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  • Backtag column: Location is everything
    Deer kill projections are just guesses and often best left until after registration numbers are actually counted, according to Kevin Wallenfang, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources state…
  • Backtag column: Wardens work to ensure a safe hunt
    Todd Schaller, Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources chief warden, is taking the same approach to Saturday’s statewide gun deer season opener as most wardens have done for a decade.
  • Agencies to beef up drunken driving enforcement
    Sauk County law enforcement agencies will beef up drunken driving enforcement thanks to a grant from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
  • Backtag column: All the small things
    The smallest of items may prove to be the most significant when a deer hunter heads into the fields and forests for the first day of gun deer hunting season Saturday.
  • Cold snap is all good for ski resorts
    The blast of frigid temperatures has allowed ski areas to make piles of snow and open earlier than usual.
  • Merrimac ferry closed because of ice on river
    The Merrimac ferry is closed temporarily due to ice on the Wisconsin River. The ferry, which serves as Highway 113 between Columbia and Sauk counties, is expected to resume operations followin…
  • Recovering eagles set for release
    Eagle Watching Days returns to Sauk Prairie in January, the highlight of which is Marge Gibson’s release of adult eagles that have been in her care at the Raptor Education Group Inc. clinic in Antigo.
  • Corey Hart returns for Nov. 21 concert
    As a warm breeze blew off the Wisconsin River in July, the opening chords of Corey Hart’s “Blue Mountain Thistle” echoed over the grounds of Fire on River in Sauk City.
  • Badger History Group request unanswered
    No decisions were made by the executive and finance committee of the Badger Oversight Management Commission regarding a $5,000 request for funds by the Badger History Group for building renova…
  • Witt column: Long, dark nights return
    With the return to standard time in early November, the sky is dark by 5 p.m. The sun sets a bit earlier each night as we head toward the solstice. On Dec. 1, the sun sets at 4:25 p.m. and on …

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