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A new candidate challenges incumbents in this spring’s election.
Spring 2013 election becomes more competitive as six candidates file papers to run for school board.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
Looking for something to do this winter and spring? Registration for park and recreation programs starts next week for residents.
From Scott Walker emerging as the only governor to survive a recall and Paul Ryan being selected as Mitt Romney's running mate for president, a national spotlight shined bright on Wisconsin this year.
One candidate has filed candidacy papers with others considering running.
Village Hall is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday and Friday and from 7:30 a.m. to noon Monday for year-end tax payments.
In final Patch survey of influencers, Republicans predict a close race in Wisconsin, while Democrats seem sure of Obama’s victory here.
As the village begins the budget process for 2013, questions are asked and answered about the proposed budget.
Compared to last year, lines are shorter and so is the time to vote in-person absentee.
$14 million proposed budget includes savings from changes in employee benefits, new staff for the clerk-treasurer's office, and reductions in Recycling Center hours.
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