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Monroe County is Experiencing High COVID-19 Community Levels

Monroe County is now experiencing a high COVID-19 Community Level. During a high COVID-19 Community Level, there is potential for our local health care systems to be overwhelmed due to increased levels of circulating illness and severe disease. We...

Two vehicle accident on Highway 14 injures one

On May 11, 2022, at 1:25 p.m. the Vernon County 911 Dispatch Center was notified of a two-vehicle accident in the construction zone at U.S. Highway 14 and Cut-Across Road, west of Westby. Eli R....

The Town Of Clinton Recall Election Has Been Canceled

According to information released by Town of Clinton Chairman, Corey Leis, a recall effort over a road construction dispute has been canceled. On May 22, 2022, the Town Clerk, Sandy Schweiger, filed a Letter of Sufficiency and Order after the...

Bev & Jerome Bjornstad Spirit Award scholarship

Each year the Cashton Senior High School selects a student whose interest and participation in school and extracurricular activities enhances the positive aspects of learning. This year's Bev &...

Cashton Elementary Spring Concert

Sadie Gronemus, daughter of Gary and Sarah Gronemus, plays a song on the xylophone at the Cashton Elementary Spring Concert last...

Outstanding achievement in music

Congratulations to Ella Peterson and Laurel Adams for receiving the Exemplary Performance Recognition Award at State Solo/Ensemble for their duet at the Wisconsin State Solo and Ensemble Festival....

Watershed Council elects board and officers

On May 4, the Coon Creek Community Water-shed Council (CCCWC) met at the Curt Brye farm for an excellent cover crop demonstration. The cover crop presentation was provided by Bryce Peters, who farms...

Area residents make the President's List at Western Technical College

The following local residents were named to the Western Technical College President’s List of High Distinction for the Spring 2022 term. To be included on the President’s List, students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or higher and...

ADRC

Monroe County ADRC is celebrating 50 years. In honor of that over 40 senior citizens from Kendall, Norwalk, Wilton and Cashton enjoyed dinner and music at the Cashton Community Hall, Tuesday, May 10....

Coloring Contest Winner

Westin Howell was the winner of the Cashton Record coloring contest held for Easter. Congratulations...

School records fall for both boys and girls high school Track

The Cashton boy's and girl's track teams competed at the Viroqua Blackhawk Invitational on Monday, May 9th. The boys' team placed third scoring 79 points. Dodgeville-Mineral Point won the meet with...

Eagle Softball topples conference competition

The Cashton Softball team has had a flurry of action with back-to-back, double-headers. The ladies came away with four wins, defusing the New Lisbon Rockets 8-1 and 14-8 on May 9, and taming the Royall Panthers 3-2 and 16-6 on May 12. Cashton 14...

Baseball battles through double headers

The Eagles pulled off a pair of squeakers during Scenic Bluffs Conference action, taking three out of four against both New Lisbon and Royall in a pair of double headers. Cashton 9 – New Lisbon 4 Cashton rallied for seven runs in the final three...

Looking Back

70 Years Ago Week of Friday, May 16, 1952 M-sgt. Alfred Kirking, stationed in Florida, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kirking, was one of 2,100 ground, air and airborne personnel who watched an atomic bomb explosion. In a letter to Cashton he wrote,...

Fanning Files

By Me She was the sort of person you never dreaded seeing. Always with a smile on her face, even at work, and happy to see everyone. A long time ago, this cancer “survivor” walked in for a visit at work when I was still at Sparta. She was...

Hanley's Helpful Hints

This week’s recipe was found in the April/May 2022 “allrecipes” magazine. Chicken, Pepper, and Snap Pea Stir-Fry 3 tablespoons cornstarch 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt 1-pound boneless, skinless chicken breasts, cut into 3/4-inch pieces 2...

An Outdoorsman's Journal

Hello friends, This week's column is about a very cool experience where I went with a friends advise but lost my information and completely winged it as to where to fish, camp, and enjoy life....

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