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Chicago Cub fans from Wisconsin were among the mix, as thousands gathered around Wrigley Field for Game Three of the World Series. Life-long Cubs fan from Fond-Du-Lac Ryan Rosmonowski wanted to make sure he didn't miss the historic ballgame. Comment?
Modern technology and historical records are being used to try to locate as many as one hundred grave sites at a Dane County church cemetery, some likely dating back to the 1800's. "We've had a lot of people say their great grandfather was buried here," says the Hauge Log Church Preservation Association's Richard Frederickson. Comment?
A news release says city officers went to the 100 block of Nesheim Trail around 10:45 a.m. this morning for a report of an armed person. The Dane County Sheriff's office and an officer from Blue Mounds also responded to the call. Comment?
Madison woman cited for 40th offense OWS after traffic stop in B - WKOW 27: Madison, WI Breaking News, Weather and Sports BLUE MOUNDS A Madison woman was cited for driving without a valid license for the 40th time after a traffic stop in Dane County earlier this week. According to the Blue Mounds Police Department, an officer stopped Jessica Hommen, 23, for not having a front plate on her car at around noon on Thursday. Comment?
TOWN OF SPRINGDALE, Wis. Authorities in Dane County are investigating after a woman was thrown from a pick-up truck bed during a party over the weekend. Comment?
After heavy rain and storms into the early hours of Wednesday morning, emergency officials across southern Wisconsin were monitoring the roads for high water and flooding. Dane County dispatchers told 27 News, Hwy 19 in the Town of Berry was closed overnight due to flooding, but has since re-opened and will be available for travel during the Wednesday morning commute. Comment?
Madison Memorial High School varsity football coach Adam Smith's personal training business shut its doors this week, leaving customers in the lurch. Robbin Zenz of Blue Mounds says she paid $400 for eighteen training sessions for her fourteen year old son. Comment?
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