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	This is a view of the current skywalk to the St. Clare Center on the Monroe Clinic campus, taken from the new medical office building Sunday.
  • The Twin Grove co-op factory originally was located in Albany.
  • The Sugar River State Trail covers 24 miles between Brodhead and New Glarus.
  • Bethlehem Lutheran Church remained silent on Sunday as the Rev. Peder Johanson and the congre-gation continued to follow Safer-at-Home protocol during the pandemic.
  • Bernard Jacob Figi
  • Chamber announces Fourth of July changes
  • Reactions mixed after Brodhead, county stick to Safer-at-Home order
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	This is a view of the current skywalk to the St. Clare Center on the Monroe Clinic campus, taken from the new medical office building Sunday.

    Monroe Clinic projects moving right along

    As Monroe Clinic marked one year in its new medical office building on June 10, additional construction projects are underway to complete its campus renovation. Work began June 15 on the take down of the skywalk, currently connecting the new medical office building to the St. Clare Center, and will […]

  • The Twin Grove co-op factory originally was located in Albany.

    Factory, store back up to speed Maple Leaf Cheese continues a century of service in Green County

    By Katelyn Black, Contributor June is recognized as National Dairy Month, but it’s still business as usual for the Southern Wisconsin-based company Maple Leaf Cheese. With a factory located in Twin Grove and specialty grocery stores in New Glarus and Juda, Maple Leaf Cheese has become a longtime staple throughout […]

  • The Sugar River State Trail covers 24 miles between Brodhead and New Glarus.

    Resolution sparks petition drive More than 9,000 against change that would allow ATV use on state trail

    By Todd Mishler, Editor Kassandra Huffman didn’t blink upon hearing the news despite potential familial discord and the possibility of taking on city hall in Brodhead. Huffman started a petition drive to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources — focusing her attention at its Southwest Savannah Ecological Landscape planning team […]

  • Bethlehem Lutheran Church remained silent on Sunday as the Rev. Peder Johanson and the congre-gation continued to follow Safer-at-Home protocol during the pandemic.

    Trying times for a shepherd. Local pastor, congregation united while traveling faith journey during pandemic

    By Todd Mishler, Editor “The church is not the building, the church is the people.” That philosophy has helped the Rev. Peder Johanson and members of his congregation at Bethlehem Lutheran Church in Brodhead for a decade, but more importantly while traveling their faith journey during the coronavirus pandemic. “Life […]

  • Bernard Jacob Figi

    Bernard Jacob Figi

    H3>Davis, IL – Bernard Jacob Figi passed on May 12, 2020. He was born July 14, 1922 in Monroe, Wisconsin the son of Carl and Mabel Figi. He graduated from Juda, Wisconsin High School and was a fast pitch and softball pitcher for many local teams. He was a Renk […]

  • Chamber announces Fourth of July changes

    Chamber announces Fourth of July changes

    Brodhead Chamber of Commerce President Michael Lowery announced Sunday that the Independence Day Fourth of July parade will go on as planned and kick off at noon on July 4. The parade route has been designed to allow for social distancing. Businesses and organizations are encouraged to participate by contacting […]

  • Reactions mixed after Brodhead, county stick to Safer-at-Home order

    Reactions mixed after Brodhead, county stick to Safer-at-Home order

    City of Brodhead Police Department Chief Chris Hughes issued a statement on May 13 after the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled against Gov. Tony Evers’ Safer-at-Home declaration, which was scheduled to end on May 26. Hughes posted to the department’s Facebook page: “First off I want to thank residents and businesses […]

 

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