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Hartford Police Officer sends note home from Afghanistan | By Steve Volkert

June 24, 2019 – Hartford, WI – Hello from Kabul, Afghanistan: Hartford Police Officer Eric Strunsee sent a message back to the Police Department letting everyone know he is safe and looking forward to his return to Hartford later this fall after serving in Afghanistan. Strunsee reports that Kabul

Construction to start week of June 24 for new Casey’s General Store in Hartford | By Samantha Sali

June 22, 2019 – Hartford, WI – The preparation for construction for the future Casey’s General Store on Highway 60, near Walmart, has begun. Demolition equipment was spotted at 1300 W. Sumner Street earlier this week. “Crews will be on site next week to start prep work,” said Hartford

RV and tall door storage units available at Powder Hill Storage in Hartford | By Olivia Wills

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Hartford, WI – Coming soon to the Hartford area are brand new RV and Tall Door Storage units. Powder Hill Storage located at 5530 County Road E will offer new units with sizes ranging from: 12’ x 12’, 10’ x 20’, 12’ x 30’, 12’ x 42’, and 20’ x

Construction update on County Highway K in Washington County | By Ron Naab

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June 19, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – Construction crews will finish pulverizing CTH K from Williams Road by St. Lawrence Catholic Church to Hwy 175 and by Friday the stretch from Hwy 175 to Addison Road will be blacktopped.   Reconstruction of County Trunk Highway (CTH) K, from

VIDEO | RV and tall door storage units available at Powder Hill Storage in Hartford | By Olivia Wills

Hartford, WI –  Brand new RV and Tall Door Storage units are available at Powder Hill Storage , 5530 County Road E, in Hartford. New units range from: 12’ x 12’, 10’ x 20’, 12’ x 30’, 12’ x 42’, and 20’ x 20’. My Choice Self-Storage offers a range of storage

VIDEO | Second annual Dad’s Cannonball contest at Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Hartford

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June 16, 2019 – Hartford, WI – UPDATE: This event has been cancelled today. The 2nd annual Father’s Day Cannonball Contest is Sunday, June 16 at Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Hartford.  There will be two contests with the first competition at 2 p.m. and the next at 4

VIDEO | Hartford Youth Fisheree | By TnF Videos / Rachel Womack

June 16, 2019 – Hartford, WI – The Hartford – Kettle Moraine Lions Club hosted the Youth Fisheree on Saturday morning.  This is the 24th year of the Hartford Fisheree and just over 100 kids registered for the event. Hartford Youth Fisheree from TnF Videos / Rachel Womack on

VIDEO | RV and tall door storage units available at Powder Hill Storage in Hartford | By Olivia Wills

Hartford, WI –  Brand new RV and Tall Door Storage units are available at Powder Hill Storage , 5530 County Road E, in Hartford. New units range from: 12’ x 12’, 10’ x 20’, 12’ x 30’, 12’ x 42’, and 20’ x 20’. My Choice Self-Storage offers a range of storage

VIDEO | Second annual Dad’s Cannonball contest at Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Hartford

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June 15, 2019 – Hartford, WI – The 2nd annual Father’s Day Cannonball Contest is Sunday, June 16 at Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Hartford.  There will be two contests with the first competition at 2 p.m. and the next at 4 p.m.

VIDEO | Washington Co. Board votes on creating office of elected County Executive

June 15, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – Earlier this week after several long hours of discussion the Washington County Board voted 13-13 on a resolution to change the form of government to an elected county executive, rather than an appointed county administrator. A tie vote resulted in failure of

Submit your rainfall totals from across Washington County

June 13, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – Wet weather Passed through Slinger, Kewaskum, West Bend and all of Washington County last night.  How much measurable rain did you get? Submit your rainfall total below.  

VIDEO | Washington Co. Board votes on creating office of elected County Executive

June 12, 2019 – After nearly two hours of discussion the Washington County Board voted 13-13 and defeated a resolution to change the form of government to an elected county executive, rather than an appointed county administrator. A tie vote results in failure of the motion. Aye Roger Kist

Local Author Holly Quinn Book Launch Party | By Samantha Sali

June 12, 2019 – Hartford, WI – The Jack Russell Memorial Library in Hartford hosted a Book Launch Party this week to meet local author Holly Quinn and release her newest novel, A Crafter Hooks a Killer. Fans lined up outside the library’s Community Room waiting to meet Quinn, get their book

Washington County Board expected to vote Wednesday, June 12 on county executive form of government

Washington Co., WI – There will be a meeting Wednesday, June 12 when the Washington County Board Executive Committee is expected to vote to convert Washington County to a county executive form of government. Washington County currently operates with an appointed county administrator. The proposal is to make that

Hartford Union High School 2019 Graduates | By Teri Kermendy

June 12, 2019 – Hartford, WI – Hartford Union High School is pleased to announce the 2019 HUHS Graduates. Jayden Rose Aguilera Alex Timothy Albrecht Isaiah Allen Amateau Anastasia Marie Anania Lillian Janae Anderson Madelyn Augusta Baker Nicholas James Balmer Joshua James Bartelt Graylin Marie Bauereis Matthew Gene Bear

Rain passing through Washington County

June 11, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – The skies are growing pretty dark to the west as rain moves into Washington County. The National Weather Service shows some stronger precipitation in the Germantown area. This is expected to be a quick shower as precipitation should end around 5:30

Inside Hartford City Hall | By Steve Volkert, City Administrator

June 11, 2019 – Hartford, WI – It should surprise most people that there is a significant amount of tax dollars spent on employee time just making sure residents follow local health and safety ordinances.  Shoveling sidewalks in winter, and keeping grass cut in summer are two of the

Book Launch Party at the Jack Russell Memorial Library in Hartford

Hartford, WI – The Jack Russell Memorial Library in Hartford is hosting a Book Launch Party to meet local author Holly Quinn and roll out her new book A Crafter Hooks a Killer. Mark your calendar for Tuesday, June 11 at 7 p.m. There will be door prizes, cake

Washington County Board expected to vote Wednesday, June 12 on county executive form of government

Washington Co., WI – There will be a meeting Wednesday, June 12 when the Washington County Board Executive Committee is expected to vote to convert Washington County to a county executive form of government. Washington County currently operates with an appointed county administrator. The proposal is to make that

New restaurant opening in former Wa Wa building in Downtown Hartford | By Samantha Sali

June 10, 2019 – Hartford, WI – A new restaurant is coming to Downtown Hartford at 48 N. Main Street. The two-story building, originally constructed in 1884, is located between Creative License and Faith and Giggles. The last business that occupied the building was the ‘Wa Wa’ Chinese restaurant.

Hartford BID transfers rooftop lights to City of Hartford | By Diane Mayer

June 10, 2019 —Hartford, WI – The Hartford Downtown Business Improvement District (BID) announced today that after two years of fundraising and installation, the BID is turning over the Downtown Lights infrastructure project to the City of Hartford. The City has owned the lights since the project’s inception, but

Book Launch Party at the Jack Russell Memorial Library in Hartford

Hartford, WI – The Jack Russell Memorial Library in Hartford is hosting a Book Launch Party to meet local author Holly Quinn and roll out her new book A Crafter Hooks a Killer. Mark your calendar for Tuesday, June 11 at 7 p.m. There will be door prizes, cake

Washington County Board expected to vote Wednesday, June 12 on county executive form of government

Washington Co., WI – There will be a meeting Wednesday, June 12 when the Washington County Board Executive Committee is expected to vote to convert Washington County to a county executive form of government. Washington County currently operates with an appointed county administrator. The proposal is to make that

Book Launch Party at the Jack Russell Memorial Library in Hartford

Hartford, WI – The Jack Russell Memorial Library in Hartford is hosting a Book Launch Party to meet local author Holly Quinn and roll out her new book A Crafter Hooks a Killer. Mark your calendar for Tuesday, June 11 at 7 p.m. There will be door prizes, cake

Letter to the Editor | No need for elected Washington County executive | By Jed Dolnick

June 9, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – Since Washington County was established in 1853, its county boards made it through the Second Industrial Revolution, the Civil War, two world wars, the Great Depression, and the Information Age. Two courthouses, a modern jail, highway system, and a fair park

Washington County Board expected to vote Wednesday, June 12 on county executive form of government

Washington Co., WI – There will be a meeting Wednesday, June 12 when the Washington County Board Executive Committee is expected to vote to convert Washington County to a county executive form of government. Washington County currently operates with an appointed county administrator. The proposal is to make that

RV and tall door storage units available at Powder Hill Storage in Hartford | By Olivia Wills

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Hartford, WI – Coming soon to the Hartford area are brand new RV and Tall Door Storage units. Powder Hill Storage located at 5530 County Road E will offer new units with sizes ranging from: 12’ x 12’, 10’ x 20’, 12’ x 30’, 12’ x 42’, and 20’ x
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