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Women’s Club to Judge  Kewaskum Yards

Women’s Club to Judge Kewaskum Yards


Women’s Club to Judge Kewaskum Yards The 27th annual Village Beautification program, sponsored by the Village of Kewaskum and the Kewaskum Women’s Club, is being held this summer. Judging of front yards of area homes and businesses for beautification awards will be held on July 2. The purpose of the Beautification Awards is to recognize and promote attractive residential and commercial

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Unveiling the Echoes of Time in Shelley’s   “Ozymandias”

Unveiling the Echoes of Time in Shelley’s “Ozymandias”


| PUBLISHER LETTERS | Unveiling the Echoes of Time in Shelley’s “Ozymandias” Dear Reader, In Percy Bysshe Shelley’s poignant sonnet, “Ozymandias”, the reader is transported through the annals of time, encountering the echoes of voices long silenced by the sands of desert winds. Through the juxtaposition of various voices, the poem unveils the ephemeral nature of power, fame,

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RURAL WRITES

RURAL WRITES


| RURAL WRITES | G.A. SCHEINOHA CONTRIBUTOR You’d think a fella born and raised in the country, in fact lived his entire life there, ought to know better. Leastwise the son and grandson of farmers. Whose maternal grandpa was also a hired hand. And you would, of course, be wrong. Other than distinguishing a Holstein from a Hereford besides black Angus, haven’t a clue about different

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Historic Tax Roll Project Complete  and Live on County Website

Historic Tax Roll Project Complete and Live on County Website


Historic Tax Roll Project Complete and Live on County Website The Washington County Treasurer’s Office has completed a historic tax roll project, scanning records from 1849-1984 to create a permanent online backup and increase their accessibility to property owners and the general public. Scott Henke, county treasurer, said, “This is very exciting that these historic records are available

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Combining Two Passions Leads To New Venture

Combining Two Passions Leads To New Venture


Combining Two Passions Leads To New Venture GAYLE RYDSTROM JOURNALIST Growing up on a farm in the Iron Ridge/Rubicon area, Leah Weninger loved the dairy side of farming. She decided to attend Fox Valley Technical College and graduated in 2021 with an associate degree in Ag Business-Animal Science and Technology. “I knew this is the lifestyle I want to continue,” said Leah. “Farming

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