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  • Senate bill seeks to strike publication of public meeting info in newspapers
    By: Matt GeigerThe Wisconsin State Senate has fast-tracked a bill that would irreparably harm government transparency. Senate Bill 55, which is now before the State Assembly, is intended to diminish the public’s access to information about government meetings and shackle independent journalism and citizen participation that are at the very core of American democracy.  The Wisconsin […]
  • COVID-19 cases decline, but so does testing
    By: Joe BlockAs new COVID-19 cases continue to drop, so is statewide testing. Since a peak in November, testing volume has dropped from about 45,000 per day to 20,000 per day. Sauk County experts have warned the falling positive COVID-19 cases may be a result of the reduced testing, and not lower incidence of the virus […]
  • Sauk Prairie Healthcare prepared for more vaccinations despite limited supplies
    When the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) allows individuals in Phase 1B to be eligible, which is anticipated to be announced around March 1, Sauk Prairie Healthcare will continue to vaccinate those age 65 or older while beginning to vaccinate Phase 1b eligible recipients.      Full text available to subscribers only. If you […]
  • Smokers more likely to be hospitalized for COVID-19
    Individuals who smoke are more likely to be hospitalized after a COVID-19 diagnosis, and are almost two times more likely to die after a COVID diagnosis, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.     Full text available to subscribers only. If you are a current subscriber, please use […]
  • New COVID-19 cases drop to 10 month low
    New COVID-19 cases in the area have dropped to a low not seen in 10 months. Only 20 new cases were reported out of a population of nearly 28,000. Most villages and townships recorded new case increases of a few.    Full text available to subscribers only. If you are a current subscriber, please use […]