Keith and Verta Kerr, of Postville, incorporated the young students attending Cannons at the Fort Friday, Sept. 12, into their rope-making demonstration. The Kerrs have participated in the annual Cannons event for many years and enjoy sharing their craft with the youth on Friday as well as the adults who attend on Saturday. (Photos by Correne Martin)
Monday, September 15, 2014
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By Correne Martin The southern two of the three planned roundabouts on Prairie du Chien’s Marquette Road are nearly complete and expected to open to local traffic on Monday, Sept. 22, in addition to the stretch of highway from Wisconsin Street south to Mooney Street. “We have... + continue reading

Earthmoving activity has taken place in Prairie du Chien’s North Gateway Business Park this summer. The work is being done so the property can be developed to attract new industry to the city. (Photo by Correne Martin)
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
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By Correne Martin It’s not Menards. It’s not Home Depot. It’s not a new waterpark. The earthmoving activity you’ve noticed in Prairie du Chien’s North Gateway Business Park this summer has not been to make way for any of these entities. Instead, it’s... + continue reading

Author Marilyn Leys first found the story of Jane Fisher Rolette Dousman to be an unexpected one when she toured the Villa Louis for the first time several decades ago. Then, a Milwaukee resident, Leys didn’t know she would eventually reside in the hometown of her main character in the novel, “Madame Jane.”
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
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By Correne Martin Local author Marilyn Leys felt it was a peculiar story that must be told. The life of Jane Fisher Rolette Dousman, the first woman in Wisconsin Territory to file for a divorce, intrigued Leys initially almost three decades ago—many years before she herself would move to... + continue reading

Macy Mommer, 14, practiced surfing as well as serving during her week-long stay in Honolulu, Hawaii, this summer for the NoKaOi Volleyball Showcase. (Photo submitted)
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
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By Molly Moser At age fourteen, Macy Mommer has already been playing team volleyball for years. This summer, her passion for the sport took her across an ocean.  Mommer, who just started eighth grade at Starmont middle school, is the daughter of Kevin and Shelly Mommer of Guttenberg and... + continue reading

Keith and Verta Kerr, of Postville, incorporated the young students attending Cannons at the Fort Friday, Sept. 12, into their rope-making demonstration. The Kerrs have participated in the annual Cannons event for many years and enjoy sharing their craft with the youth on Friday as well as the adults who attend on Saturday. (Photos by Correne Martin)

Earthmoving activity has taken place in Prairie du Chien’s North Gateway Business Park this summer. The work is being done so the property can be developed to attract new industry to the city. (Photo by Correne Martin)

Author Marilyn Leys first found the story of Jane Fisher Rolette Dousman to be an unexpected one when she toured the Villa Louis for the first time several decades ago. Then, a Milwaukee resident, Leys didn’t know she would eventually reside in the hometown of her main character in the novel, “Madame Jane.”

Macy Mommer, 14, practiced surfing as well as serving during her week-long stay in Honolulu, Hawaii, this summer for the NoKaOi Volleyball Showcase. (Photo submitted)

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