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Top Stories May 21, 2017

Fox Lake Residents Might Have A New Garbage Provider

5/21/17 - Residents in the city of Fox Lake could soon have a new waste collection provider. The Fox Lake City Council will decide the city’s garbage disposal provider next month. The city is contracting with Advanced Disposal through the end of May. Fox Lake has a bid by Waste Management for two different options. The first is a weekly pickup of both garbage and recycling costing $14.71 per household. The second option is a weekly collection of garbage and bi-monthly pick-up for recycling which would cost $12.46. The bid also includes an annual bulk waste pick up at no cost. Right now, Fox Lake households pay $13.63 for weekly garbage pickup and bi-monthly recycling. If Fox Lake decides to continue with Advanced Disposal their new contract proposal would go down to $11.54 for the same service. The council will vote on the waste contract at their June 7th meeting.
Several Outdoor Projects Up For Discussion In Fox Lake
5/21//17 - The Committee of the Whole in Fox Lake discussed several outdoor related projects at their meeting this week. Among them, the construction of a sledding hill located behind the municipality building. City officials are considering tearing down the current fencing around the baseball diamond and they would decide after next winter if more work should be put into the sledding such as making it higher. The other project involves transforming the little league diamond, located near the north end of Booth Street, into a dog park. The committee discussed putting the park below the dam on Mill Road. Using the little league diamond would save around $8,000 dollars on fencing. The council will vote on the projects at their June 7 meeting.
A Reminder For Potato Growers To Vote
5/21/17 - All Dodge County potato growers have until June 10 to vote for a new member to the Wisconsin Potato Industry Board. Heidi Randall is the n
ominee from District 3 which Dodge County falls under. Eligible growers may vote for the candidate in their respective districts or write in alternative potato producers. The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection has mailed ballots to growers this past week. If you have not received a ballot by May 22 or for more information contact DATCP’s Market Orders Program Director, Debbie Gregare, at 608-224-5116 or at 
Milk Marketing Board Elections Are Underway
5/21/17 - Dodge County dairy farmers have until this Thursday (May 25) to vote for the candidate running for an open seat on the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board. Becky Levzow of Rio is the nominee for District 19 which includes Dodge and Columbia counties. The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection mailed ballots to eligible dairy producers during the first week of May. Elected producers will serve three-year terms beginning July 1, 2017. Eligible producers who have not received a ballot can contact Debbie Gegare, DATCP Market Orders program coordinator, at 608-224-5116 or to request a ballot. Completed ballots must be signed and sent to WI DATCP, Marketing Order Program, P.O. Box 8911, Madison, WI 53708-8911. Unsigned ballots will not be counted.
Kids From Wisconsin Performing This Summer
5/21/17 - A yearly outreach program that invites youth from around the state to participate in art workshops with local communities will have its 49th anniversary this summer. 2017 Kids from Wisconsin is set to kick off in June. The originations mission is to select youth ages 15 through 20 to provide positive, family-oriented performances to over 100,000 people annually. This year, Holly Meyer (my-er) of Mayville is the only representative from Dodge County. For more information on the group and performances visit
Free Circus For Dodge County Kids
5/21/17 - Children under the age of twelve will have free admission to the circus. Cirque Mundial Circus will be at the Dodge County Fairgrounds today a
nd tomorrow. Two shows are scheduled today at 2:00pm and 6:00pm with one on Monday at 7:00pm. Bleacher seating will be available at the indoor venue at the Fairgrounds but the performance will go on rain or shine. Tickets will cost $12 each for adults or $20 for two adults, two children will receive free admission per each paying adult. Free parking is available at the Fairgrounds.
Auditions For ‘Into The Woods’ Is Set For Today
5/21/17 - The Beaver Dam Area Community Theatre is looking for local residents to try out for their summer production of ‘Into the Woods.’ Auditions will take place today starting at 6:30pm and goes until 9:30 at 219 North Spring Street in Beaver Dam. Interested individuals can also submit a video before 9:30pm this Tuesday. The community theatre says that only one night of preliminary auditions is required but everyone should plan on keeping Tuesday open for callbacks. The group anticipates the auditions lasting about an hour and will consist of singing, a quick monologue, and possible readings from the script. For information on video submissions, questions regarding auditions, or performances should be directed to Ryan Madala-Klug, at or 920-698-6414.
Suspect In 2016 Madison Homicide Arrested In Illinois
5/21/17 - Members of the U-S Marshals Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force have taken a Wisconsin murder suspect into custody south of Chicago.  Twenty-seven-year-old Brandon Crockett is wanted in a killing last year on Madison's south side.  Police say Crockett is the main suspect in the shooting death of Marsellas Coleman in September.  Crockett left Wisconsin after the incident and was tracked down to a place where he was working in Matteson, Illinois.  He is being held at the Cook County Jail, awaiting extradition back to Wisconsin.