Sunday, November 23, 2014
The race to stay current with new technology can be financially daunting for schools and non-profits with tight budgets. But for the past decade, a local race of a different sort has made it easier to keep up. The Berbee Derby, a Thanksgiving Day footrace founded by local businessman Jim Berbee... + continue reading
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Not many plant biologists get to work with NASA. Even fewer get to do so a second time. Fitchburg resident Simon Gilroy, who runs a lab at UW-Madison, was able to do just that. “Access to space is very rare. I mean, we were fantastically lucky,” Gilroy said about the lab’s work... + continue reading
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Molly Barker sat in a circle at Leopold Elementary School, surrounded by girls hanging on her every word. She told a story about finding her young daughter running “butt naked in red cowboy boots” down the street. “Was (my daughter) Helen comfortable in her own skin?”... + continue reading
Sunday, November 16, 2014
If you’ve taken an evening bike ride on the Badger State Trail in recent weeks, you might have noticed new solar-powered LED lights. Those lights are one of the ways Saris Cycling Group is helping to improve the Fitchburg community while keeping an eye on innovation. The 25-year-old company... + continue reading
Monday, November 3, 2014
Kids around Fitchburg braved the cold temperatures Friday, Oct. 31, to get their share of sugary treats. + continue reading

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11/20/2014
A regional planning body voted against a City of Fitchburg neighborhood proposal, leaving the final decision up to the state’s Department of Natural Resources.   Commissioners on the... + continue reading

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11/20/2014
A regional planning body voted against a City of Fitchburg neighborhood proposal, leaving the final decision up to the state’s Department of Natural Resources.   Commissioners on the... + continue reading

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11/20/2014
After the last Oregon School District referendum vote went down in flames in April 2012, it was a bit of a surprise that the latest attempt – two separate votes at nearly twice the cost... + continue reading
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The race to stay current with new technology can be financially daunting for schools and non-profits with tight budgets. But for the past decade, a local race of a different sort has made it easier... + continue reading

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If you’ve taken an evening bike ride on the Badger State Trail in recent weeks, you might have noticed new solar-powered LED lights. Those lights are one of the ways Saris Cycling Group is... + continue reading

Healthy Living

The dropping temperatures and shorter days are undeniable signs that fall has arrived! With the holiday season right around the corner, Halloween marks the start of this annual time of sweets. For... + continue reading

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