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Strange days


“I think we might have puberty today…”

When I heard those words, I closed my laptop, set down my morning cup of tea, had what I believe is referred to as a mild cardiac event, and turned my full attention to the little kid standing in front of me.

“What’s this?” I asked.

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When Duty Calls

Eric N. Ringelstetter, Lt. Col., F-35 Instructor Pilot and Squadron Commander of the 56th Training Squadron at Luke Air Force Base in Phoenix, AZ.  He is a 2001 Sauk Prairie High School graduate, 2005 University of Colorado-Boulder graduate, Masters in Advanced Military Studies from SAMS, Ft.

The Sauk County Gardener

Minimizing Japanese Beetle Damage

“Frogs have it easy, they can eat what bugs them.”



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Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga Review


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Popular cozy mystery


Marvin Peter Breunig

Marvin Peter Breunig

Roxbury--Marvin Peter Breunig, age 82, passed away peacefully at his home in Roxbury, Wisconsin on Monday, June 10, 2024. He was born November 6, 1941 to the late Gerald and Agnes (Theisen) Breunig in Baraboo, Wisconsin. He grew up in Roxbury, graduating from Sauk City High School in 1960.

Sauk County Gardener

Spongy Moth Management

“Bugs are not going to inherit the earth. They own it now. So we might as well make peace with the landlord.”

--Thomas Eisner


From the Mazomanie Historical Society

Mazomani: Whom Mazomanie is Named After


By Frank Wolf


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Human life can pretty much be divided into two periods: There is the yet phase, followed by the anymore epoch. During the first part of your life, you can’t do most of the things you want to do yet. During the second and final chapter, you can’t do them anymore


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