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Horicon

West Lake Street Project Is Going Out To Bid

Painting Of Wastewater Treatment Buildings To Occur

With Referendums Passed, School District Ready For Planning

Spring Cleanup At Satterlee Clark House

St. Stephen Talent Show

Horicon

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Lomira

Lomira Finishes Second At Home Golf Meet

Mayville

Theresa Elementary Recognized By Wisconsin DPI

Lomira Spring Band Concert Is Next Week

Village Remains Uncertain On Sidewalk Maintenance On Church Street

Photos From Career Day At Lomira And Theresa Elementary

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Mayville

Mayville High School Hosts Groundbreaking Ceremony

Mayville

Local Icon Honored As Mayville Citizen Of Year

Open Door Coffeehouse Honored As Mayville Business Of Year

State Hears Testimony Regarding Village Proposal

Mayville Student Earns Spot At National Business Competition

Mayville Student Artists Recognized At UWWC Festival Of Arts

Mayville FFA Chapter Celebrated National Ag Day Thanking Area Farmers

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