The next 30 songs from Eric Church‘s 61 Days in Church include live covers of The Band, Dolly Parton, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bob Seger, Bobby Bare, Marc Cohn, Little Feat and more. The latest release also features live selections from Church’s discography — Mr. Misunderstood, The Outsiders, Chief, Carolina and Sinners Like Me. Talladega by Eric... Read more »...more
On Thursday (Sept. 21), Darius Rucker and his record label Capitol Nashville hosted several members of the Music Row community at the city’s new Topgolf to celebrate the five-time Grammy winner’s seventh country No. 1 “If I Told You.” Written by Ross Copperman, Shane McAnally and Jon Nite, “If I Told You” is the first... Read more »...more
Everyone’s heart is in the right place when they donate to a good cause. But when tragedy strikes, good hearts and good causes aren’t always enough. Kenny Chesney has seen first hand what that’s like when charity work doesn’t work, and he’s committed to doing something about it. “Getting supplies in is hard,” Chesney said... Read more »...more
9/24/17 - The show ‘American Pickers’ will be filming throughout the region this October. The documentary series focuses the world of antiques and the mission of Pickers, Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, to recycle and rescue forgotten relics. Producers with the program are asking area residents if they or someone they know has a large, private collection or an accumulation of antiques that the Pickers can look through to contact them. They ask interested individuals to send in their name, phone number, location and a description of the collection with photos. contact information for the show is email@example.com call 855-OLD-RUST (885-653-7878) also by Facebook @GotAPick.
9/24/17 - A day-long event is showcasing a variety of Dodge County communities. October 7th is the third annual ‘fall farm and foliage tour,’ which encourages people to drive to several stops at their own pace. This year’s tour focuses on the county’s local attractions and agricultural stops beginning with a florist shop in Kekoskee where Drive-It-Yourself tour maps will be located. Following that are stops at Hoff’s Meat Market in Brownsville for a brat fry, a taxidermy shop, pumpkin carving activities, a candy store in Theresa, the Solomon Juneau House, several cheese based establishments, and lastly a stop by the Audubon Days Festival in Mayville. The farm and foliage tour runs from 9 am to 4 pm.
9/24/17 - The Dementia Concerns Coalition is holding an upcoming fundraiser. The Steppin’ Out For Dementia Awareness Walk will be held on October 14 beginning at the Waupun Wesley Center located on 114 South Forest Street. Registration starts at 8:30am with team photos at 9:15. The walk begins at 10am with either one or two mile routes available. Attendees will receive a free t-shirt and after the walk their will be activities, door prizes, entertainment, a catered lunch provided by Agnesian Healthcare, and a guest speaker. Contact Fawn Senn at 920-296-3309 or at firstname.lastname@example.org more details.
9/24/17 - Power was out across Ripon early yesterday morning due to a fire at a substation. The outage and fire were reported around 3 a.m. The fire happened at an Alliant Energy substation on Fenton Street. Power was restored to most customers in Ripon by 6 a.m.
9/24/17 - The Moraine Park Technical College in Beaver Dam will be holding an upcoming career fair. Discover Moraine Park invites high school students, displaced workers, or people looking to change careers to their seminar. There will be hands on demonstrations with a virtual welder, culinary samples, and opportunities to tour an ambulance. Attendees will also receive a $30 dollar application voucher, valid toward an associate of applied science degree or a technical diploma. A photo ID is required. The event will be held on Wednesday October 18 between 4pm to 6pm at the Beaver Dam campus. The West Bend Campus will also hold the showcase on October 4 as well as the Fond du Lac campus on October 11. More information is available at morainepark.edu/discover.
9/23/17 - Bulk garbage pick-up in Beaver Dam is next month. DPW officials have announced that this year’s bulk pick-up will take place beginning Monday, October 2nd and continue through Friday, October 6th. Bulk waste is defined as, but no limited to, furniture, wooden doors and windows and rolled carpet, not exceeding 4’ to 6’ in length. Per the state’s E-Cycle law, items that will not be collected include desktop and laptop computers, printers, fax machines, cell phones, DVD players and computer monitors. In addition, no metal items like bed springs, doors, windows and pipes will be collected. No bundled or loose piles of building materials will be collected either. Building materials like lumber must be broken down and placed in the weekly collection cart. Items should be placed at the street edge no later than 7am on the day of collection and cannot be placed out sooner than 24 hours prior to the scheduled pick-up. The next bulk garbage pick-up after October will be the first waste collection day of May.