Ice cream shops flourish in hot temperatures

Ice cream shops are seeing the benefit of extremely hot temperatures. Shops like Belts Soft Serve still have the communities support despite the pandemic.

Curfew begins at 9 P.M. and ends at 6 A.M. each day.

It has been more than a week since the death of George Floyd at the hands of police officers in Minneapolis. It has been a topic of serious conversation, and of course protest, throughout the country ever since and that includes central Wisconsin.

Parents may be struggling to find a safe way to have fun outside as the weather heats up.

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WisDOT warns of buckling pavement with extreme heat

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Taylor County fair canceled for 2020

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