It’s been just a little more than a year since Lori Stowers opened Lori’s Diner, 205 West Fulton Street, and her touch and devotion to her establishment and craft — she loves to cook, she said — have soaked into every aspect of the warm and cozy eclectically-themed diner. If you’re looking for a quaint downtown …Continue reading "Mark the calendar: Lori’s Diner holds anniversary celebration March 4"
Editor’s Note: following is a two-part series about economic development in Edgerton. The first part will focus on the various development sites throughout the city, both those in the planning stages and those that have already begun or are expected to begin the groundbreaking process this spring. Part 2 will focus on economic development strategies, …Continue reading "Rooftop ready: development moves forward in Edgerton (Part 1)"
Editor’s Note: Yes, sorry for the confusion, this story is posted twice: The Facebook share button with the first posting is malfunctioning. This one is not. Edgerton Online apologizes for any inconvenience this may have caused. Thank you for your patience. By Kim McDarison It was big news, the kind that no one wanted to contain; …Continue reading "From Edgerton to the Big Apple, the trip that Rumor made"
Editor’s Note: The Facebook share button (above) is not operating correctly. The problem has been fixed, and the story reposted here: http://edgertononline.com/2017/02/23/from-edgerton-to-the-big-apple-the-trip-that-rumor-made/ Please follow the new link and use the associated Facebook share button. Thank you for your patience. By Kim McDarison It was big news, the kind that no one wanted to contain; not even Edgerton’s Mayor Chris Lund …Continue reading "From Edgerton to Manhattan, the trip that Rumor made"
Editor’s Note: A German Shepherd Dog called “Rumor,” so named after the Adele song “Rumor has it,” won Best in Show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show after competing in two days of Best of Breed and Show competitions held February 13-14 in New York City. It was later reported in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel …Continue reading "Edgerton’s own ‘Rumor has it’"
Editor’s Note: While interviews for the following story were collected in advance and during the first day of Dennis Schulze’s journey (February 8 and 9), Edgerton Online has been in touch with his friend and support van driver, Joan Sohn, by phone. She offers this update: As of 10:45 this morning, Dennis is in Watertown. “He …Continue reading "Lambeau bound: Rock County man travels 170 miles by wheelchair"
For any longtime resident of Edgerton, finding your way to the public library, 101 Albion Street, might seem easy, but when Kirsten Almo became the library director almost a year ago, she said, she learned something different: as she began organizing new programming opportunities for area residents, people would say they didn’t know where the …Continue reading "Writing on the wall: library gets new signage"
By Kim McDarison A class of 10, nine men and one woman, many of whom had traveled from various points across the country, filled a room recently within the Dan Rinehart Taxidermy Studio and School, 83 Artisan Drive. Each worked intently on a deer head, in taxidermy terms, a mount. While students examined the details …Continue reading "Ahead of the field; one man’s pathway to success"
By Kim McDarison Locally, she’s known as Erica Keehn, but to folks across the state of Wisconsin she is making her debut as the newly crowned Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs’ (AWSC) Miss Snowflake Queen, and while she wears a traditional tiara, she was presented, for one year’s use, with a most fitting chariot: a …Continue reading "Local snowmobiler Erica Keehn is new reigning Miss Snowflake Queen"
Editor’s note: The following story is linked, with permission, to its original place of publication: The Milton Courier. (Click on image to read full story.)Continue reading "Milton teacher, family to host Ukrainian teens this Christmas"