“This opportunity really was not only saving lives, but it was changing lives,” community health education specialist Sarah Johnson said.
City Council leadership "will actively monitor the situation and re-evaluate our policy after the COVID cases get under control," council President Syed Abbas said.
Public Health Madison and Dane County officials say 20 area beaches tested this week for bacteria and algae blooms are safe for swimming, and water temperatures ranged from 77 to 82 degrees.
A diverse coalition will direct action and inform decisions on a broad, public health approach to gun and other forms of violence, self harm and suicide.
“The more people who are vaccinated, the less the virus or its variants can take hold in a community,” a Public Health Madison & Dane County spokesperson said.
Until Public Health Madison & Dane County makes any changes, local residents must follow rules outlined in the current order that require masks.
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The Madison School District hasn't had in-person athletics since March of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The city wants to formalize a program around community safety-direct outreach, create jobs and leadership opportunities for youth and help those affected by violence.
Badgers' commit Sophie Fiske, who took home four gold medals at the 2019 WIAA Division 1 state girls swimming and diving meet, elected not to compete as a high school senior so she can focus on training for the Olympics and her college career, according to Sun Prairie first-year coach Konrad Plomedahl.
DeForest coach Craig Weisbrod's team savors state trip after rallying to victory in its WIAA Division 1 sectional final behind Max Weisbrod's 27 second-half points.
The four Madison public schools plan to remain virtual for all WIAA alternate fall sports in the spring through March 26 and have canceled competitions through April 4. It does remain possible some alternate fall sports will have in-person activities.
Verona/Edgewood gymnastics coach Rachael Hauser is hoping for a program-best finish in the team competition.
The young Wildcats are relishing their underdog status.
Second-seeded and second-ranked Hudson stymied fourth-seeded Verona’s bid for a repeat title, 4-0 Saturday at the South Wood County Recreation Center.
Verona advances to Saturday’s regional final against DeForest.
Katie Hildebrandt and Teagan Mallegni team up to lead the charge.
The senior guard scores a career-high 26 points for the top-seeded Warriors.
Senior Brooks Empey and sophomore Griffin Empey continue their family's love affair with wrestling and Stoughton's tradition in the sport.
Second-seeded Verona, the defending WIAA Division 1 state champion, beat third-seeded and host Sauk Prairie co-op 4-1 in a Division 1 sectional semifinal at the Sauk Prairie Area Recreation Center.
Third-ranked Edgewood was scheduled to play Waunakee in a WIAA Division 1 sectional semifinal Tuesday night, but Crusaders athletic director Chris Zwettler announced Edgewood had to forfeit due to a COVID-19 situation in the program.
Fourth-ranked Sun Prairie scores 232.5 points to outdistance runner-up and second-ranked Greenfield co-op (211 points).
Stitgen becomes the third diver to win four titles. Senke is first in the 100-yard butterfly and 100 backstroke and Baraboo senior Jacob Laux wins the 100 breaststroke.
Ben Stitgen has won the past three WIAA Division 2 state championships in diving, while Senke enters Friday's meet at Waukesha South as the top seed in the 100-yard backstroke.
The referee who died after collapsing during the game was identified Tuesday as Tracy Krueger, 69, according to the Associated Press.