David Redemann, left, speaks with a group of family and a handful of other Riponites last week Thursday at Mugs Coffee House about the initiatives he hopes to bring to Ripon in the near future. His wife, Kori, listens at right.
Scout turns a summer tradition into a new symbol of patriotism
For two weeks, customers of Roadhouse Pizza at 102 Watson St. probably missed the big change at the Ripon stalwart: new, local owners. Yet, by most important measures, nothing was different.
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Charter school kids ‘lead the way’ with these unique inventions
Ripon Education Foundation announces innovative teaching grants
Ripon couple named top young farmers in Wisconsin, now compete nationally
When Cherie “Shortie” Mayan purchased the bar at W12010 Rose-Eld Road, she wasn’t looking to purchase “just” a bar. She was envisioning a center of activity: a place where people would play outdoors all day, hang out and listen to good music in the evening.
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