Sauk County Gardener

May Day, May Day – It’s Time to Get in the Garden

“Despite the forecast, live like it’s spring.”

--Lilly Pulitzer


Geiger Counter

The clothes you want to die in...


I almost stepped on a Speckled Rattlesnake last week. Scientists describe the species I encountered (I’m not making this up) as “nervous,” “alert” and “venomous,” three words that really hang upon one another with ponderous weight. 

The Book Nook

Absorbing Non-Fiction


Today I have two suggestions for non-fiction fans - the first is about human-animals interactions by an author whose writing talents can invoke smiles, and the other is a medical memoir written by someone who unexpectedly lost her smile.


Cody's Movie Minute

Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi Review


From the Mazomanie Historical Society

Richard Evans: Early Mazomanie Artist and Photographer


By Frank Wolf


Letters to the Editor

Pictured, rock ledges provide an excellent place to sit on the Mazo Bluff.

Letter to the Editor:

To the Wisconsin Heights Community,

From the Mazomanie Historical Society

Henry Howarth – Early Mazomanie Lawyer

By Frank Wolf


Cody's Movie Minute

John Wick: Chapter 4 Review


The Book Nook

Frankenstein Reboot


From the Black Earth Historical Society

By Jennifer Rude Klett for the Black Earth Historical Society


Black Earth’s historic train depot, now museum, in downtown Black Earth dates back to the 1860s, according to Black Earth Historical Society president Wayne Barsness.


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