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From the Mazomanie Historical Society


Charles Howe

Charles Howe General Store

 

By Frank Wolf

 

Cody's Movie Minute

Jurassic Park Review

 

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Death 

and dying

 

It’s almost the holiday season again, and that means it’s time for me to think fondly about one of my favorite Christmas memories; the time I saw a dog almost poop on Santa Claus. 

From the Sauk Prairie Area Historical Society


August 17, 1922. Wisconsin Ex-Governor Emanuel Philipps (standing in center, black suit) returns to his hometown to dedicate the new Sauk City “free” bridge. The old steel toll bridge is seen to the left. --Jack Berndt, Sauk Prairie Area Historical Society.

August 17, 1922. Wisconsin Ex-Governor Emanuel Philipps (standing in center, black suit) returns to his hometown to dedicate the new Sauk City “free” bridge. The old steel toll bridge is seen to the left.

--Jack Berndt, Sauk Prairie Area Historical Society.

From the Mazomanie Historical Society

Mazomanie With Two Thomas Wilsons

By Frank Wolf

 

Letter to the editor

Editor,

 

Have you ever thought of running for office, but don’t know how to start?  Do you wish you knew more about the issues you are voting on or that there were more candidates to choose from?

Sauk County Gardener

Bringing Houseplants Indoors for the Winter

“Bugs lurk in corners and congregate at boundaries.”

--Bpris Beizer

 

The Sauk County Gardener

Overwintering and Storing Tropicals, Tender Bulbs & Tubers

“There is a time in late September when the leaves are still green, and the days are still warm, but somehow you know that it is all about to end, as if summer was holding its breath, and when it let it out again, it would be autumn.”

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Once upon a time, there was a horse so wild people were scared to ride him. He was a barrel-chested bay quarter horse, and in his early years people brought him elk hunting out west. When they threw the dead animal on his back to haul it back to camp, he took off and disappeared into that vast wilderness for a time.

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