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Updated: November 18, 2019 @ 3:51 pm
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(Published on 10/4/2019) U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Oshkosh, told reporters before meeting with the Middleton Chamber of Commerce at Serendipity Labs in Madison on Thursday that he sees nothing wrong with President Trump asking a foreign government to investigate a political opponent.
(Published on 10/4/2019) Kevin Hampton, curator of history at the Wisconsin Veterans Museum, leads students through the cemetery. Organized through the museum, the 90-minute walking tours are presented during the week for teachers and students, followed by weekend events offered to the public.
(Published on 10/4/2019) Dr. Vivek Balasubramaniam, a pediatric pulmonologist at UW Health, said severe lung injuries from vaping, like that seen in 16-year-old Logan Krahn, of Fort Atkinson, can cause lifelong damage. "We know these devices are not safe for kids," he said.
(Published on 10/5/2019) As of Friday, Lake Edge United Church of Christ, above, will also be the home of Christ the Solid Rock Baptist Church, which is moving from its former location on the Far East Side about 4 miles away.
(Published on 10/5/2019) Lou Bernhardt, retired heart surgeon and currently an instructor at UW-Madison, teaches medical students, including Lydia Rafferty, right, how to suture by practicing on pig feet at the Health Sciences Learning Center on the UW campus.
(Published on 10/5/2019) La Follette’s Jaylend Brown breaks free in the first quarter. Brown had a 34-yard TD run in the quarter.
(Published on 10/6/2019) Tessa Ginsberg, left, and Lenna Rathgeber will alternate playing the role of Matilda in Children’s Theater of Madison’s production of “Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical.” The show opens Friday.
(Published on 10/6/2019) Paul Braun, chief revenue officer of Continental Mapping Consultants, shows off a map of North America that was created by the company using multiple layers of data and printed large-scale to display in the lobby of the business in Sun Prairie.
(Published on 10/6/2019) Mike Stahl, of Madison, second from right, looks over a Tesla Model 3 with Garlan Garner, a Tesla software engineer from Chicago, at an alternative transportation event in Downtown Madison last month.
(Published on 10/6/2019) Dr. Emily Jewell, who volunteers with the Community Connections Free Clinic in Dodgeville, examines the abdomen of Orvilio Lopez, a worker at Cottonwood Dairy near Wiota, about 50 miles southwest of Madison. The free clinic started bringing staff and supplies on a bus to farms last fall to provide care for workers without insurance.
(Published on 10/6/2019) Jewell unloads medical supplies from an old Head Start bus now used a “free clinic on wheels.” Jewell grew up on a hog farm between Dodgeville and Mineral Point, and is married to a man from Honduras who had been undocumented while living in the U.S. for many years.
(Published on 10/6/2019) Elliott Gihring, 8, of Madison, sits in the cockpit of a small airplane at a Wisconsin Aviation hangar Saturday during Madison’s first Girls in Aviation event at the Dane County Regional Airport.
(Published on 10/6/2019) Baked chicken with collard greens and mac and cheese is the ideal meal at Marie’s Soul Food.
(Published on 10/6/2019) Marie’s Soul Food opened in July on Monroe Street where Maurie’s Fine Chocolates used to be.
(Published on 10/6/2019) The College STEM Academy provides Madison high school with two years of college experience for free, with classes such as this course on 20th-century America taught by Christine Cina, right.
(Published on 10/6/2019) Adela Miranda, left, collaborates with other Madison high school juniors during an Introduction to College Writing course taught by Keri Hornung, back right, at Madison Area College’s Goodman South Campus. The students are enrolled full-time at MATC as part of an expanded partnership aimed at diversifying the STEM fields.
(Published on 10/6/2019) Bill and Lisa Muth have owned and operated the Starlite 14 Drive-In theater in Richland Center since 1988, along with the indoor theater in the city’s downtown. They have closed both businesses and retired, but are hoping to find a buyer. The Starlite is one of just nine outdoor theaters remaining in Wisconsin. The land for the Starlite is rented from an area farmer.
(Published on 10/6/2019) Movie tickets in the lobby at Center Cinema in downtown Richland Center.
(Published on 10/6/2019) The Starlite 14 Drive-In theater opened in 1953 on the southeast side of Richland Center, but unless a new owner is found, the 2019 season may have been its last.
(Published on 10/6/2019) Center Cinema has been a staple in downtown Richland Center for more than 80 years.
(Published on 10/6/2019) UW running back Jonathan Taylor breaks into the clear on a 48-yard touchdown run during the third quarter Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium. The junior averaged 9.8 yards per rushing attempt.
(Published on 10/6/2019) UW wide receiver Quintez Cephus tries to elude Kent State cornerback Jamal Parker and safety Akeam Peters after making a third-quarter reception.
(Published on 10/6/2019) With Jonathan Taylor done for the day, former Madison Edgewood standout Jack Dunn is all smiles as he scores his first collegiate touchdown on a 3-yard run in the fourth quarter.
(Published on 10/6/2019) After two seasons at Harvard and a transfer year, Madison native Ty Pelton-Byce is joining a team that’s deep at forward.
(Published on 10/6/2019) Freshman forward Dylan Holloway, left, with sophomore forward Roman Ahcan at a practice, is projected to be a first-round pick in the 2020 NHL draft.
(Published on 10/6/2019) Coach Tony Granato talks to his team during practice at the Kohl Center. He has a 48-52-10 coaching record at UW.
(Published on 10/7/2019) Eric Pizer, 38, of Edgerton, who served in the Marine Corps, will be among a group of four people receiving the first pardons in Wisconsin in nine years. Gov. Tony Evers plans to sign the pardon paperwork Monday at the Capitol.
(Published on 10/8/2019) Ross takes a photo of the flag being raised on the Bergstrom pole.
(Published on 10/8/2019) Rev. Mwangi Vasser walks out of the Capitol Monday afternoon, holding the pardon he just received from Gov. Tony Evers.
(Published on 10/8/2019) John Fox, of Madison, fishes for muskie where Starkweather Creek enters Lake Monona on Madison’s East Side on Monday. Water tests released Monday show high levels of hazardous chemicals known as PFAS in the creek, but the state Department of Natural Resources has not completed tests on fish or issued guidance on whether they are safe to eat.
(Published on 10/9/2019) Members of the Dane Arts Mural Arts organization — from left, Simone Lawrence, Emida Roller and Alicia Rheal — install a 35-foot-long mural on the facade of a storage shed at the Municipal Operations Center in Middleton. Depicting layers of the Earth to illustrate a theme of “Making the Invisible Visible,” the project is an initiative of the Middleton Public Arts Committee. Working from a design by local artists Jenie Gao and Rhea Ewing, approximately 200 students from Clark Street Community School and the Middleton Youth Center spent five weeks painting the panels last year.
(Published on 10/9/2019) Rheal works on the mural in the first of two planned phases at the site. Organizers hope to continue the murals along an adjacent wall of the building.
(Published on 10/9/2019) ON THE COVER -- Photo of Courtney Jarman at Crossroads Community Farm in Cross Plains by Michelle Stocker
(Published on 10/9/2019) Farmer Cassie Noltnerwyss works at her Crossroads Community Farm in Cross Plains.
(Published on 10/9/2019) Cassie Noltnerwyss sorts through potatoes at Crossroads Community Farm, located about 30 minutes west of Madison in Cross Plains.
(Published on 10/9/2019) Frequent and heavy rain encourages fungal diseases, which is something that Rami Aburomia keeps an eye on at his organic apple orchard in Mt. Horeb. Here, his dog Charlie makes his way through the orchard.
(Published on 10/9/2019) Hainanese chicken rice at Red Lion Singapore Grill is served lukewarm or at room temperature, something owner Jeff Cui said customers aren’t accustomed to.
(Published on 10/9/2019) Union Corners Brewery opened last summer at 2438 Winnebago St.
(Published on 10/9/2019) A buffalo chicken sandwich on a pretzel bun is served with a side of sweet potato fries at Union Corners Brewery.
(Published on 10/9/2019) Sydney Grimm carded an 85 on Tuesday to lead Waunakee to a runner-up sectional finish and a return trip to state.
(Published on 10/10/2019) The Madison Club underwent $2.5 million in interior design upgrades over the last two years.
(Published on 10/10/2019) The Madison Club said it got a “handful” of complaints about its wallpaper, which contains a theme in painting popular 300 years ago in France.
(Published on 10/10/2019) Terry McNamara, who works in the produce department at the new Festival Foods in Verona, helps out Wednesday cleaning some of the 192 doors in the dairy and frozen foods departments. The 67,119-square-foot supermarket is scheduled to open at 6 a.m. Friday on Verona’s east side and becomes the second full-service grocery store in the city of nearly 11,000 people.
(Published on 10/10/2019) Suspended 11 stories above the ground, Brooks Wilcox of Madison Window Cleaning cleans the windows of a building along West Mifflin Street on Wednesday.
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