County Board selects interim administrative coordinator, corporation counsel

Sauk County will see a couple of personnel changes following this month’s meeting but one role will remain the same.

Fields narrowed in Sauk County Board races

Incumbents on the Sauk County Board will advance to the Spring Election in April following last Tuesday’s primary.

More than two candidates had entered races in several supervisory districts, necessitating primaries.

Sauk City adjusts maximum building height ordinance for new hotel

Plans for the Holiday Inn Express now meet Sauk City’s regulations for maximum building size, after board members approved the village’s request to amend its schedule of regulations for business highway maximum building size.

Wisconsin Heights Honor Roll

2019-20 High School Quarter 2



Grade 12

Raegan Doherty

Dylan Gee

Natalie Hering

Riley Holcomb

Miranda Keith

Brooke Presny

Natalie Sander

Nicole Sander

Katherine Vosburg

Brennan Zander


Grade 11

Kylan Bartel

Arena plans open house for new shop building

Village president Kate Reimann reported that the new shop building should be completed within the next few weeks and public works will be given a “green light” for occupancy at the February village board meeting.

Village of Mazomanie invites community to Visioning Meeting for comprehensive plan

Village residents and property owners are invited to learn more about the Comprehensive Plan Update now underway and share their ideas for future growth at a Community Visioning Meeting set for 6 p.m. Wednesday, February 26, at the Wisconsin Heights Middle/High School.

Prairie du Sac looking to borrow to fund capital projects

The Village of Prairie du Sac board met on January 28. The board was presented with a pre-sale report of $3,690,000 in general obligation corporate purpose bonds by Ehlers. The sale of these bonds will be used to cover capital projects in the village.

County Board approves plans to improve recreation, address opioid abuse

The Sauk County Board has signed off on two resolutions to hopefully help curtail opioid abuse.

Correction to Arena story

In the Arena village board story which was published in the Home News issue of January 15, the story mistakenly said that the village will repay Dane-Iowa Wastewater Treatment plant for a large amount of water going through the plant.

Tryol Basin’s haunted hill event in October was spooky fun

From the town’s of Vermont’s point of view, Tyrol Basin’s first haunted hill event was a success.

“To the best of our knowledge, nobody contacted us about any complaints or concerns,” said Tyrol’s Nathan McGree, speaking at the Dec. 9 board of supervisors meeting. “I think it went well.”


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