10 August 2022

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FOUNDRY 45

FOUNDRY 45


FOUNDRY 45 from page PB listed for sale for an extended period, as a tumultuous realty market fluctuated due to global stressors. Watching it sit slowly made Tucker wonder: What if ? “Driving by and looking at it, [and I’d think]: That’s a really nice property. There’s a lot of potential,” she recalled. “We were kind of joking like, ‘Hey! Let’s buy that!’ and then it

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Library Happenings

Library Happenings


Library Happenings Activities at the Campbellsport Public Library 220 North Helena St. P.O. Box 405 www.campbellsportlibrary.org 920-533-8534 Greetings from the Campbellsport Library! Our Book Sale is o_ too a wonderful start! If you have not had a chance to stop in yet, don’t worry it’s not too late. The book sale will be open from 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday August 15-Thursday August

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Check It Out!

Check It Out!


Check It Out! LORI KREIS KEWASKUM LIBARIAN LORI KREIS, DIRECTOR KEWASKUM PUBLIC LIBRARY Occasionally, I come across a fellow book lover in the most unforeseen places. These encounters are a rare surprise and usually invoke a great conversation about one of my favorite pastimes. Throughout the course of my day, I talk about books with other readers, it is a main part of my job. Most of

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Community

Community


Community CALENDAR TO BE INCLUDED IN THE COMMUNITY CALENDAR, PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR EVENT PRIOR TO OUR 2 P.M. MONDAY DEADLINE. 920.533.8338 • THECAMPBELLSPORTNEWS.COM • KSTATESMAN.COM (We welcome submissions to the Community Calendar by emailing Mitchell Keller, editor, at [email protected] . Deadline for each Thursday edition, with the exception for holidays, is on Monday at 2 p.m.)

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Seeing the Future, Residents Partake in Visioning Meeting for Kewaskum

Seeing the Future, Residents Partake in Visioning Meeting for Kewaskum


Seeing the Future, Residents Partake in Visioning Meeting for Kewaskum Roughly two-dozen residents and village officials joined together on Wednesday, Aug. 3, at Kewaskum’s Annex building for an hour-and-ahalf long visioning session led by UW-Madison Division of Extension, Washington County Educator Paul Roback, as the assemblage largely agreed on the municipality’s pros and cons while brainstorming