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Prohibition Or  Lack Thereof –  Part II

Prohibition Or Lack Thereof – Part II


THE LAND BETWEEN THE MARSHES Prohibition Or Lack Thereof – Part II ROB BOWE CONTRIBUTOR When Prohibition went into effect in 1920, Wisconsin struggled a bit but life went on. While technically “dry” most taverns and saloons continued on, some changing business models becoming restaurants, soda and ice cream parlors. For many establishments, it was just a disguise. Before Prohibition

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Cramming It All In

Cramming It All In


Cramming It All In ROY SMALLEY CONTRIBUTOR Roy Smalley I read something recently that shocked me. For a long time, the American College of Sports Medicine and the Centers for Disease Control have established physical activity guidelines, recommending that healthy adults get at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity aerobic exercise, or 75 minutes of vigorous aerobic exercise, per

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Home Away From Home

Home Away From Home


Home Away From Home Mayville exchange student visits host family 37 years after program Luis Requena and the Pfalzgrafs of Mayville have gotten together six times over the decades since CLARICE CASE JOURNALIST “Nothing has changed,” said Judy Pfalzgraf. “He is still the fun loving kid. He reminds me so much of when he was here the first time.” The man, no longer a kid, she is

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In Third Season as Head Coach, Hilber and Crew Eye Gold Ball in Madison

In Third Season as Head Coach, Hilber and Crew Eye Gold Ball in Madison


In Third Season as Head Coach, Hilber and Crew Eye Gold Ball in Madison Coming off a spectacular state runners-up season and conference co-title last year, the Mayville Cardinals football team is poised for a deep playoff run in 2022 Senior Hewsten Steger, #72, leads the way in the ladder drill. MITCHELL BRADLEY KELLER EDITOR “You got to balance expectations and reality,” said Mayville

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Shear Determination, Theresa’s Jan Reuter  Reflects on being County’s ‘First Lady Barber’

Shear Determination, Theresa’s Jan Reuter Reflects on being County’s ‘First Lady Barber’


Shear Determination, Theresa’s Jan Reuter Reflects on being County’s ‘First Lady Barber’ Theresa Barber Shop closed in July following sale of building MITCHELL BRADLEY KELLER EDITOR There is just something about a blackand- white photograph. Of course, the absence of color, to some, might be seen as a technological limitation, but the beauty of two-tone images, which are reasonably