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The taxpayer’s are paying at present 1.44 mills for a millage that continues until 2025 which we pay now on our taxes. The White Lake Fire Aut…

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SCOTTVILLE — Students at Gateway to Success Academy are working on a project to benefit the community and get into the Halloween spirit, while…

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Jebavy Drive was reopened Friday morning to all traffic, according to Andy Larr, the superintendent of utilities and public works for Pere Mar…

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Editor’s note: This is the first article in a series featuring three finalists who have been selected for the 2019 Wisconsin Leopold Conservation Award. The award is presented to farmers who uphold standards of conservation and sustainable farming, honoring the work of Aldo Leopold, renowned conservationist. The award will be presented to the winner at the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation’s annual meeting Dec. 8 in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin. The three finalists are Bill Ciolkosz of Thorp, Jeff Lake of Boyceville, and John and Dorothy Priske of Fall River. The first article features Ciolkosz.