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Being a photographer seems like an easy job, right? You take pictures, you do some edits, turn in your photos and get paid. Is it really that simple? Read more

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As school was getting ready to start last week, A’viands Food Service Director Briony Storz was preparing to return to “normal” meals at the Ripon Area School District. Read more

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In a home in West Bend, Wis., a grandmother, her sister and her 94-year-old mother sat around a table sewing for seven days from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. to create masks for her grandson’s school. Read more

Even though the streets of Green Lake will not be flooded with festival-goers wandering between downtown venues, organizers of this year’s Freeland Film Festival hope moving the event online w… Read more

Mondays sometimes can be a little dull as folks sleep walk through work after spending the weekend away, while many small businesses and restaurants are closed. Read more

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After school, folks in Green Lake are likely to see a parade of children in a “walking school bus” marching from Green Lake School to the Town Square Community Center. Read more

When Sue Ellen Bloch and her husband, John, began running Bloch’s Farm in the 1980s, they never imagined a roadside vegetable stand would blossom into one of Green Lake’s iconic retail attractions. Read more

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A former Ripon man pleaded guilty to one count of second degree sexual assault of a child and three counts of possession of child pornography Tuesday morning. Read more

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Though they’d never met and were separated in age by a quarter century, Ed Bumby and Tanya Wotnoske shared two connections: Read more

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Though they’d never met and were separated in age by a quarter century, Ed Bumby and Tanya Wotnoske shared two connections: Read more

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The COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t enough to stop the East Central Benefit Tractor Cruise from raising money for area schools and food pantries last week Saturday. Read more

When restaurants closed in March for dine-in service to slow the spread of COVID-19, Avrom Farm lost all of its restaurant accounts almost overnight. Read more

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When voters show up to the polls Nov. 3, they’ll see a question about authorizing the Ripon Area School District’s budget to exceed the revenue limit by $500,000. Read more

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For the first time since mid-March, when students were abruptly sent home as the coronavirus pandemic began to ramp up, Ripon College students returned to the campus last weekend. Read more

The coronavirus pandemic has caused a migration of sorts in Green Lake as summer tourism has been better than originally anticipated, given the cancellation of many events. Read more

If you walked through downtown Green Lake on a bright summer day in 2012, there’s a chance you saw Phil Burkart mowing the Town Square Community Center’s lawn. Read more