By Lori Ehde
By Sara Quam
Township road signs are an increasingly important issue in rural Rock County with all surrounding counties having similar signage in place.
Those interested in the area's railway happenings will notice Nobles-Rock Railroad is changing - first of all by name and operator.
4-H member Katie Kannenberg (back) supervises as Jessica Dorhout (left), Nicole Solis and Katie Dahl form "snowballs" out of cookie dough to make snowman cookies during a holiday session of Kids in
The Hills-Beaver Creek Co-op Farm Service in Beaver Creek celebrated Ham Days Thursday, Dec. 7. Hills celebrated on Wednesday. Ham sandwiches and other goodiies were served to their customers.
"We were very, very pleased. I think the thing we noticed was the quality of the floats continues to get better," Smith said.
First place went to Frosty's Families on Victory and Memorial circles. Second place went to Penguins on Parade on Oakland and Lindale avenues.
It's harder to measure crowds at the parade, but Chamber Director Dave Smith estimated 4,000 to 5,000 people showed up to view the 40 parade entries.
Christopher Conklin celebrates "el feliz navidad" on Miguel's float.