Village of Sussex — The newly created Pauline Haass Village Library Board agreed Wednesday, March 18, to pay a law firm between $200 and $350 an hour to file a lawsuit against the town of Lisbon seeking "charge, control and custody" of about 65 acres of farmland donated to the town for library purposes in 1985 by the late Pauline Haass.
Village of Butler — The candidates for village president in the April 7 municipal elections, Trustee Patricia Tiarks and former Trustee Susan Hesselgrave, have differing views on the "pay as you go" borrowing and taxing policy that the village board implemented in its 2015 budget.
Sussex — Six candidates for village trustee in the April 7 municipal elections have differing, and sometimes conflicting, views on the village's economic development policies and what should be the fate of the Main Street School building after village government offices are moved out of it into the new village hall.
It is probably unfair that I'm reviewing this movie since I read the books a while back. I went into the movie with an unfair advantage of knowing just how the story was going to go and, quite honestly, I found myself bored. It was the most mediocre two hours of my life.
Two prominent area residents, Jane Anhalt of the Sussex-Lisbon area, and Donald Bessette, formerly of the Lannon area, passed away last week.
The Hamilton High School Synergy Show Choir will celebrate its successful season with a final home concert April 1 for family, friends and community members. The concert, which will cost $5 in advance and $6 at the door, begins at 7 p.m. in the Hamilton Fine Arts Center. Advance tickets can be purchased at the HFAC box office, HFAC online or from choir members.
Village of Sussex — The village board awarded on Tuesday night, March 10, a $735,000 construction contract on one of the Main Street improvement projects that is scheduled for this year.
Village of Sussex — "Spring is here" announced Village Administrator Jeremy Smith.
David HB Drake: Wiscon-Sing: 7 p.m. March 20, Peace Lutheran Church & Academy, W240-N6145 Maple Ave., Sussex. Using folk music and instruments, musician and songwriter David HB Drake presents Wiscon-Sing, taking the audience on a multimedia musical tour through Wisconsin’s history. Entertaining education for all ages. Free. www.peacelutheranacademy.org
Fish Fry: 4:30 p.m. March 20, St. Paul School, S38 W31602 County Road D, Genesee Depot. All-you-can-eat fish fry, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., includes baked potato or curly fries, coleslaw, dessert, applesauce, grilled cheese, coffee or milk. Soda and beer available for purchase. $10.50 adult, $5 children, free for ages 4 and younger.
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