Seventeen eighth-grade students and two teachers from
Marburg, Germany, participated in an exchange in the
Rosendale-Brandon School District from Feb. 2 to last Saturday.
The Green Lake School Board took another small step toward reworking the district’s teacher compensation plan.
Singing valentines from Green Lake high schoolers warmed the hearts of loved ones and appreciated recipients Tuesday.
Area residents soon may be able to sit down, sip a beer and ... shop for groceries?
Boaters may be able to launch for free this year from Canal Street in Green Lake, if Green Lake's City Council agrees.
Green Lake School District likely will see a small bump in state sparsity aid for 2017-18.
“Be prepared to step back into the 1950s.” That what’s Julie Born says an orientation guide told her before she left for Cuba last month.
Whether or not the grass truly is greener on the proverbial other
side, those around Green Lake’s shores can be happy the lake isn’t any
greener, thanks to these "ag rock stars."
A rare piece of history returned to Green Lake’s American Legion Post 306 this month.
The Green Lake school receptionist
position will remain the same, and the district will not establish caps
on either regular or special education class sizes.
Ripon and Green Lake. Public schools
and a private college. If anyone knows just about every facet of area education, it’s retiring Green Lake School Board member Marty Valasek.
Brandon resident and back-country snowmobiler Tony Ryan believes you have to get out to the mountains to get the full effect of snowmobiling.
Green Lake may gain a new road — at no cost to city residents — which may save taxpayers several hundred thousand dollars.
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