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Recent articles by Shaina:

Area youth showcase talents at Briarpatch Youth Services Art Festival

One hundred percent of the proceeds from the festival will go to the youth who created the works of art. → Read More

Sauk City community hosts poker run to support friend battling rare cancer

The guest of honor says now that the event is underway she feels one emotion in particular… relief. → Read More

Community members gather to honor veterans at Take a Vet Fishing event

One of the founders of the event Rob Blanchar said the event is about more than just fishing, though. → Read More

Two Sun Prairie High School graduates celebrate trades apprenticeships at Career Signing Day

Andrew Dohm and Braedon Strong have been working as youth apprentices since 2020 and 2021 respective. → Read More

More than 2,500 runners participate in 11th Annual Girls on the Run 5K

The non-competitive, family-friendly run celebrates health, confidence, and strength, according to the organization. → Read More

Expanded Fair Food Festival to take place in Beaver Dam Saturday

Families can enjoy face painting, an interactive petting zoo, and the popular bounce house. → Read More

MFD sets trailer ablaze during Brat Fest side-by-side burn demonstration

The demonstration made clear just how quickly flames can be extinguished when sprinklers are present. → Read More

Basecamp Fitness hosts Pedal for a Cause workouts, raises money for Madison first responders

For every mile ridden during the Pedal for a Cause workouts, $1 will be donated to Madison first responders via the Community Paramedicine program, Basecamp Fitness said. → Read More

Cyclist and blood donor visiting all 50 states to give platelets in Madison

He has traveled 12,000 miles so far, and calls his journey The Great American Triple Switchback, a winding course designed to reach all 50 State Capitols. → Read More

Fond du Lac crews respond to Tuesday night marsh fire

Upon arrival, crews found the dry marsh grass on fire and quickly spreading to the east. → Read More

Hilldale’s annual farmers market returns Saturday

Thirty-three stores and restaurants at the center are pet-friendly. → Read More

Silver Alert issued for missing Monroe man

He was last seen wearing a dress shirt, black corduroys, a Vietnam Veteran hat and black nylon jacket. → Read More

UW Health Kids offers lawn mower safety reminders

Thousands of kids are treated for lawn more-related injuries each year in the United States. → Read More

Special Olympics Wisconsin names new President & CEO

Hershner has worked with benefactors and team members to raise more than $300 million to support nonprofit organizations. → Read More

Bald eagle fatally shot, Wis. DNR seeking information

Eagles and their nests are federally protected under the Bald and Golden Eagle Protection Act and the Migratory Bird Treaty Act. → Read More

Wisconsin DMV first in nation to enable electric sharing of driver records with other states

More states will continue to follow Wisconsin in adding non-commercial pointers for real-time electronic data sharing. → Read More

MATC hosts annual spring Pow Wow following two year hiatus

In addition to the 1 o’clock Pow Wow, the event featured products made by Native American artisans and vendors, educational booths, and raffles. → Read More

Too cute: Meriter newborns dressed in colorful hats in honor of spring

The hospital shared the photos Wednesday stating that the spring hats were made by volunteers. → Read More

Wisconsin Dells PD arrest one in connection with end of March shooting

The suspect was on the run after shooting and injuring two individuals on the 600 block of Vine Street in the Wisconsin Dells. → Read More

Multiple guns, drugs found during Verona vehicle search

At around 2:43 a.m., officers were in search of a man who was wanted by the Madison Police Department for a weapons offense. → Read More