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Local family relieved son in law is safe BY EVA MARIE WOYWOD

CONSTRUCTION Road construction season has started in Mauston - crews have been busy since last week ripping up areas along Mansion Street. This was the scene Monday afternoon in front of Mauston's City Hall.

Trial for Coughlin to begin in July BY EVA MARIE WOYWOD The child sexual assault case against Daniel J. Coughlin, 50, of Lyndon Station will move forward to trial, but not as originally scheduled for in May. According to online court records last week Juneau County Circuit Court Judge John Roemer ruled in favor of the defense's motion for a continuance and rescheduled the 5 day jury trial to begin on July 8, 2012. Representing Coughlin at the motion hearing was defense attorney Michael Ganzer. Special Prosecutor assigned to the case is Assistant state Attorney, General Winn S. Collins. Coughlin is facing three 1st degree child sexual assault charges, and three 2nd degree child sexual assault charges all of which are alleged to have occurred between 1989 and up to 1992. Both sides are expected to have expert witness testimony at the trial. Daniel is not the only Coughlin facing significant charges, his older brother and once Lyndon Station Village President, Donald, is also facing multiple charges of child sexual assault. Donald is facing 22 felony counts of child sexual assault and one felony count of child enticement. The male victims in the cases against both brothers were known to them. As of now, a jury trial is scheduled to begin on July 29, 2013. Mauston defense attorney Daniel Berkos is representing Donald Coughlin. Donald was originally charged in 2010 and Daniel in 2011. Daniel is also facing a 2012 felony charge of bail jumping stemming from the 2011 case.

It was April 14th and the day before the Boston Marathon when Kevin O'Brien stood at the finish line beaming with anticipation for the next day's race. A race he would take part in alongside 25,000 other runners who had also qualified to run. Back in Elroy, Wisconsin was his wife's family who were waiting to hear how Nora's husband would finish. None of them were prepared for the tragedy that was about to play out and would take the lives of three innocent victims and injure countless others. That tragedy we now know happened when two bombs exploded near the Boston Marathon finish line as runners crossed it finishing the race. Kevin, an avid runner, crossed the line long before the explosions occurred and was already back at his hotel about to have lunch when he learned of the news. The news came to him after he made a trek to a restroom and passed by a hotel bar where reports of the explosion played on the television. "As I watched and listened I was just so stunned. I felt blank - I could see where I had just been... the finish line I had just crossed and it now had ambulances all over it and people screaming. It was the oddest feeling I have ever had," he said. In shock with the news he had just learned, Kevin had to return to his table in the restaurant and attempt to convey it all to Nora and his niece who were lunching with him. Within moments from doing so, others in the restaurant would also learn as the restaurant manager went table to table informing all the diners. "All the laughter stopped, and then there was silence," said Kevin. Back in Elroy, Nora's mother, Frances Madden, was going about her day and was unaware of the news being played out in Boston until later that afternoon her daughter Peg phoned her to let her know that Kevin and Nora were safe. "That is when I turned on the television and saw the news. It was on every channel. I was so very thankful that they weren't hurt," said Frances.

Frances Madden was relieved to hear her son in law was alright after the explosions at the Boston Marathon. While Kevin escaped without having to witness the explosions, the tragedy did have a lingering effect and it was one that became apparent after returning back home to Colorado where he is a teacher for the visually impaired and blind. Still shaky, he said he went back to work the day after the race, but by Friday his nerves were feeling the trauma. "I almost think I had a mini post traumatic stress disorder moment. I had to break away from work a couple of times just to take a walk. I was pretty shaky." he said. While it was an experience that will more than likely stay with Kevin, it is one that he said he will not let break him. He has already made preparations for next year's Boston Marathon.

"The people I know who run in the Boston Marathon are all planning on running again - everyone is doubly inspired to go back and run. The interest in Boston 2014 is off the charts," he said. He went on to state that he was very appreciative on how the police, FBI, and the Boston Athletic Association handled all that took place. "We should all be proud of them. There's no way the race will be diminished by the bombings. It will come back stronger than ever." As for Frances, she said she is very glad that Kevin is her son-in-law. "We're very proud of him. He is a nice young man and we're blessed to have him in our family. He is a good Irish boy and is married to a strong Irish woman!"


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Obituaries FRANCES A. VAN METER

Frances A. Van Meter, age 70, of 125 Hillcrest Lane, Nekoosa, died Wednesday, April 17, 2013 at the Wisconsin Rapids Care Center, surrounded by her family. Frances was born July 10, 1942 in Necedah to John and Blanche (Kasparek) Bagnowski. She married LeRoy Van Meter on February 20, 1960 at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Necedah. She was a member of the Sacred Heart PCCW, and a 20 year member of TOPS. Frances enjoyed flower gardening, cooking and baking, with pies being her specialty. Frances was a loving wife, mother, and grandmother who had a special place in her heart for her grandchildren. She was a devout woman who loved her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She is survived by her husband, LeRoy of Nekoosa; her three children, John (Dawn) Van Meter of Necedah, Connie (Mike) Henke of Nekoosa and Bonnie (fiancé, Ken Jaecks) Van Meter of Nekoosa; five grandchildren, Jeremy Van Meter, Kristin Van Meter, Ashley (Brad) Gotz, Alyssa (Jon) Mason and Alyson (Andrew) Allen; one great grandson, Michael Mason; one brother, Leonard (Rosalie) Bagnowski of Necedah; 2 sisters, Rose Pech of Necedah and Evelyn Pech of Nekoosa; and one sister in law, Rosie Bagnowski of Nekoosa. She was preceded in death by her parents, and one brother, Elmer Bagnowski. The Van Meter family would like to thank the nursing staff at the Wisconsin Rapids Care Center for their wonderful care of Frances. Funeral services were held at 11 AM. Monday, April 22, 2013 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Nekoosa. Rev. John Swing officiated. Burial was in Riverside Cemetery in Nekoosa. Visitation took place on Sunday from 3 PM. until 6 PM. at Feldner/Ritchay Funeral Home in Nekoosa and Monday at the church from 10 AM until the time of service. A parish prayer service was held at 6 PM. Sunday at the funeral home. Online condolences may be expressed at www.ritchayfuneralhome.com.

GARY L. SCHULTZ

Gary L. Schultz, 66, of Elroy and formerly of Kendall, died Thursday, April 18, 2013. at his home. He was born November 9, 1946 to Glenn and Mildred (Grawin) Schultz in the Town of Wellington. He was baptized and confirmed at St. Matthew Ev. Lutheran Church. He was a member of Royall High School Graduating Class of 1964. He was united in marriage to Alona Jacobson in 1974 at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Wilton. He was later united in marriage to Vicki Schulz. He was a U.S. Navy Veteran and served during the Vietnam War. After his service time he moved to the Janesville area and worked for General Motors for 13 years. He moved back to the Kendall area, and owned and operated the Schultz Stalag 13 Bar in Kendall. He worked for the Toro Co. in Tomah until his retirement in 2009. He enjoyed fishing, especially the fall salmon fishing trips to northern Wisconsin. He enjoyed watching stock car racing in the Wisconsin Dells, and cheering for his favorite driver, his nephew Larry Schotten. He loved watching and cheering for the Milwaukee Brewers and the Green Bay Packers. He enjoyed visiting and socializing with his family, and his extended family at the Dog House Bar. He was a proud grandpa, and had a special relationship with his granddaughter Olivia. He is survived by his 2 sons Brian Schultz of Fon du lac, and Robert “Bobby” (Natalie) Schultz of Elroy, 8 grandchildren, Danny, Brittany, Randy, Brooke, Devon, Gabby, Olivia, and Rhys, 6 brothers, Glenn Jr. (Leailla), Ronald (Linda), Keith, Kenny, Harold, and LaDon, 4 sisters, Lorna Popp, Marlys (Larry) Schotten, Gloria Landowski, and Shirley Hanko, 6 aunts, Alita Grawin, Lila Grawin, Ramona Bader, Dela Mae Schultz, Pauline Schultz, and Lorraine Schultz, his godmother Caroline (Don) Braund, many nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother Robert, an infant sister Marsha Jean, and many aunts and uncles. A Funeral Service was held on Sunday, April 21, 2013, 2:00 P.M. at St. John Ev. Lutheran Church, Kendall. Pastor Conrad Prell officiated. Burial will be at a later date. Relatives and friends were invited to call on Saturday, at the church from 4:00 P.M. Until 8:00 P.M., and at the church on Sunday from 1:00 P.M., until the time of the service. The Smith-Nelson Funeral, Kendall is assisting the family with the arrangements. Online condolences can be sent to www.sonnenburg.com

JACK D. SALTER

Jack D. Salter, age 78, of Necedah, Wisconsin, passed away Thursday, April 11, 2013, at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Marshfield, WI. He was born June 2, 1934, to Guy and Izadene (Bourgord) Salter in Necedah, WI. Jack worked at the Nekoosa Edwards paper mill in 1952. He liked his new cars and boats. He was drafted by the United States Army in May 1957. He served 1.5 years in Germany and was given honorable discharge in Mary 1959. Jack returned to work at the paper mill and retired with 38 years of papermaking service. Jack enjoyed spending time with his sweetheart Arvilla. They shared many years camping, boating, and fishing with friends. Jack also enjoyed many hunting trips with his buddies. After retirement, Jack’s hobbies included woodworking, golfing, riding his moped, mowing his lawn, watching the Brewers and Packers, and having beer with friends. One of the many accomplishments that Jack completed was having three holes in one over his golfing years. He will be remembered for having an immaculate lawn, smoking his pipe, his sense of humor, and numerous vehicles. Jack is survived by his sweetheart, Arvilla Yoss of Necedah, WI, a brother, James (Gloria) Salter of Glassboro, New Jersey, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents, Guy and Izadene. A memorial service was held Saturday, April 20, 2013, 11:00 a.m. at the Torkelson Necedah Family Funeral Home in Necedah. Pastor Bill Dow officiated. Burial followed in the Bayview Cemetery, Necedah, Wisconsin. Family and friends were invited for visitation Saturday from 10:00 a.m. until the time of service at the funeral home. A luncheon and celebration of Jack’s life was held at the Necedah Vets Hall following the burial. The Torkelson Necedah Family Funeral Home in Necedah is assisting the family with arrangements. Online condolences are available at www.torkelsonfuneralhome.com.

JOSHUA W. CHILDERS

Joshua W. Childers, age 27 of Reedsburg, WI, died on April 17, 2013 at his home. Joshua was the son of Robert Childers and Nadine (Benson) Polashek, and was born on June 5, 1985, in Forest Lake, MN. Josh was raised in Forest Lake until the age of 10 when his family moved to the New Lisbon area. Josh was a member of the New Lisbon High School Class of 2004. After school he lived a couple of years in Chippewa Falls, WI, and has lived the past 4 years in Reedsburg while working for Grede Foundries. Josh enjoyed playing the game Battlefield, and spending time with his children, family, and friends. Josh is survived by his mother Nadine (Nick) Polashek of Camp Douglas, WI, by a special friend Jessica Rogers, and their two children; Christopher “Buddy”, and Samantha “Sam” both of Reedsburg, WI, a brother Jeremy Childers (Ashley) of Augusta, WI, a sister Katherine (Hans) Simonson, of Wilton, WI, Maternal grandparents Stanley (Ardith) Benson, of Camp Douglas, WI, and by his aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews, and nieces, and David Bohnen. He was preceded in death by his father Robert, and his paternal grandmother Virginia Childers. A funeral service was held on Monday April 22, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Hustler, WI, (301 E. Main St.). Rev. Wes Dunbar presided. Relatives and friends were invited to a visitation at the Hare Funeral Home, 217 W. Pearl St. in New Lisbon, WI on Sunday April 21, from 4:00 p.m. till 7:00 p.m., and at the church on Monday from 10:00 a.m. till the time of service. Online Condolences and guestbook available at www.harefuneralhome.com

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The Messenger of Juneau County

ISSN Number 1526-7873 018-051 Published each Thursday at 229 Main St., Elroy, WI by Messenger of Juneau County LLC. The Messenger is an entirely independent publication serving all of Juneau County. It is not affiliated with any other newspaper or group of newspapers. Periodical postage paid at the Post Office at Elroy, WI 53929. Postmaster: Send address changes to: The Messenger of Juneau County, 229 Main St., Elroy, WI 53929 Bill Smith, Publisher Betty Waits, Co-Publisher Dianna Anderson, Co-Publisher Tasha Mueller, Reporter Eva Marie Woywod, Reporter Mandy Bloor, Graphic Design Phone 462-4902 Fax Number 462-4903 E-Mail: themessenger@centurytel.net Web site: www.jcmessenger.com Subscription rates: $30 per year in Juneau, Monroe, Sauk and Vernon Counties; $33 elsewhere in Wisconsin; $35 elsewhere in the U.S.A.

GLEN H. PFAFF

Glen H. Pfaff, age 83 years, of Hillsboro, passed away on Friday, April 19, 2013 at the Weber Haus in Wonewoc, Wisconsin. He was born on November 10, 1929 to Herbert and Matilda (Lucht) Pfaff in the Town of Summit of Juneau County, WI. Glen was united in marriage to Verena Woelfl on October 18, 1952 at Big Creek Lutheran Church in LaValle, Wisconsin. They lived in the Township of Summit for many years prior to moving to the Hillsboro area in 1973. Glen worked on the farm, at Badger Ordinance and Hagenah Lumber in Hillsboro. He enjoyed going to auctions and garage sales. He was a member of the St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church in Hillsboro. Survivors include his children, Richard Pfaff (Barb) of Mauston, Darlene (Rick) Kisner of Onalaska, Robert (Ruth) Pfaff of Mauston, Ralph Pfaff (Pam) of Mauston, Barbara (Terry) Revels of Hillsboro, Sandra (Dale) Rabine of Baraboo, Charles (Kathy) Pfaff of Osseo, and Debra (Bob) Grutt of Menomonie; many loving Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren and significant others and a sister, Loretta Christian of Reedsburg. In addition to his wife, Verena; he was preceded in death by his Parents, 3 Brothers and 2 Sisters. Funeral Services were held on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 at 12:00 p.m. at St. Paul's Ev. Lutheran Church in Hillsboro, with Rev. Conrad Prell officiating. Burial was in the Lindina Evergreen Cemetery, rural Mauston. Friends called at the Church on Tuesday from 10:30 a.m. to noon. The Picha Funeral Home in Hillsboro is assisting the family with arrangements. For online information go to www.pichafuneralhomes.com

SOLVEIG ROSNES

Solveig Rosnes, age 96 years, of Elroy, passed away on Tuesday, April 16, 2013 at Heritage Manor in Elroy, Wisconsin. She was born on January 14, 1917 to Bernhard and Florentine (Larsen) Gabrielson at Feda, Norway. The family moved to Chicago, Illinois when Solveig was young and she graduated from high school in Chicago. She was married to Edward Butler and later she married Albert Rosnes. She lived in Chicago and after retirement spent winters in Florida and summers at Wild Rose, Wisconsin. Later Solveig moved to Elroy to be near her mother. She was a member of the Grace Lutheran Church in Elroy. Survivors include her son, Edward (Marilyn) Butler of Readstown, Wisconsin; four granddaughters, Vicki Laack, Diane Butler, Barbara Butler, and Betty Wagner; and numerous great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband and a grandson, Douglas Butler. Funeral Services were held on Thursday, April 18, 2013 at 4:00 p.m. at Picha Funeral Home in Elroy, with Rev. Wesley Dunbar officiating. Burial was in the Irving Park Cemetery in Chicago. Friends called at the Picha Funeral Home in Elroy on Thursday from 3 to 4 p.m., for online information go to www.pichafuneralhomes.com


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Necedah wins at Powerlifting Nationals again The Necedah Powerlifting has a long standing tradition of championships and that continued in Aurora, CO recently as the Necedah Powerlifting Team made a clean sweep of the Girl's Freshmen/Sophomore Team Championship and the Boy's and Girl's Combined Team Championship. "We had 11 seniors on this years squad, but we do have a wealth of young talent," added Coach Mach. Freshman/Sophomore Necedah squad crowned 6 Nationals champions on the first day of competition. "We have won the Girl's Freshman/Sophomore Title five years in a row, which I believe shows the strength of our program," said Coach Mach. The Combined Team is a split of boys and girls and this is the fourth year in a row for Necedah as well. National Champions for Necedah at the Freshman/Sophomore Level 97 Steph Rattunde 105 Tristyn Hutchins 123 Bre Housworth-Set the National Record in the Squat 132 Morgan DeGuire 165 Lacey Winters 275 Zack Hager Place winners at Freshman/Sophomore Level 114 David Hager 2nd

181 Charlie Vandaver 5th 97 Alena Trinidad 2nd 114 Tristen Koeller 5th 123 Amanda Zelinski 3rd 148 Oni Knapinski 4th On Saturday and Sunday of the competition, the Necedah Boys and Girls battled champions from Louisiana to Pennsylvania to Florida as the team rode the wave of success generated by a season of championships to grab the National Title with both the Varsity Girl's and the Varsity Combined Team. "We knew we had a shot to repeat history when we went to Colorado, yet we also knew the competition would very tough," said Head Coach Erich Mach. The Cardinals held true to their championship form and jumped out to a great start garnering a variety of silver and bronze medals. Senior 97 lb State Champ Celina Johnston battled against the Louisiana State Champ but came up short. In the same weight class Ashley Cross posted a bronze medal performance, Marissa Peterson grabbed the silver at the 105 weight class. 132 lb Senior State Champ Christina Schumer went for a World Team spot on her last deadlift and just came up short and brought home the bronze. In the same 132 lb. weight class Junior Autumn Herried finish with 5th place. At 148

Senior Sadie Vandaver wowed the crowd with a 203 lb bench press and captured a 4th place finish. At 165 Junior Nicole Lynch who battle the altitude all day finished with a 4th place medal. At 181 Senior State Champ Taylor Podboy, grabbed another silver medal for Necedah and deadlifted a personal best of 391 lbs. At 198 Junior Jennifer Kosinski also took home the silver medal sealing the victory for the Cardinal girls. This would be the girl's third USAPL Championship in four years, an amazing feat. For the boys Necedah had two competitors Senior Jordan Mach placed 7th in the tough 148 lb weight class. "Jordan is the last of the Mach boys. I will surely miss coaching my son's," added Coach Mach. In the 275 lb weight class Junior Austin Winters brought home the silver. "I see great things on the horizon for Austin next year," said Coach Mach. "At the USAPL Nationals there are no divisions and all schools battle each other. This is what makes Necedah unique, we have a school of about 200 kids but we consistently turn out champions and team awards," added Coach Mach. "I would like to thank the people who support us in all our endeavors."

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Minor injuries in accident Sheriff John B. Spears reports a single ATV accident on County Road F near the intersection of Tabor Road in the Township of Hillsboro. Kevin Muller 55, of Rural Hillsboro, was operating an ATV when he was thrown from the ATV while attempting to cross County Road F from a field. Kevin Muller was transported to St. Joseph Healthcare with non-life threatening injuries. Hillsboro Fire Department, Hillsboro Ambulance Service, Vernon County Sheriff’s Office assisted the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources at the scene. The accident remains under investigation by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the Vernon County Sheriff’s Office.

CWNAS news The public is invited to a “Sneak Preview” of our “construction in progress” at our new building this Thursday, April 25, from 4-6 PM or this Saturday, April 27, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. We look forward to giving you a tour our building. Our floor plan and naming opportunities will be on display. Coffee and cookies will be served. A few other announcements to note: If anyone has some drywall to donate for our building, please call 608-847-4060 and leave a message on mailbox 3. Jan Brendle will be hosting a plant sale again this year on May 26, 27, and 28 from 9 AM - 4 PM at N8420 19th Ave in Necedah, (next to Buckhorn Cafe). Any plant donations will appreciated. We have drop off locations in several different towns. Please call 608-565-7290 for more information. Our 2014 calendar contest is now open. Entries are due by June 1, 2013. See our web site for details: www.carlnelson.org.

Annual Shred it Day and Medication Take Back Each year, over 8 million Americans are victims of identity theft - that’s more people than the population of the state of Virginia! Many of these individuals became easy targets because of improper disposal of sensitive paper documents. To help the members of our community minimize their risk of identity theft, The Bank of Mauston will host its third annual Shred It Day on Saturday, May 4 from 9 am to noon. The

Shred It truck will be located on the west side of the parking lot (Lincoln Street side) at the main bank location on Highway 82 in Mauston. The event is FREE and open to the public to bring paper shred material for proper disposal.* In addition to the Shred It event, The Greater Mauston Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Mauston Police Department will also be offering their annual Medication Take Back Day.

There will be no questions asked - just bring all your unused prescription and over-the-counter drugs for proper and safe disposal. For the past three years, the chamber, city and bank have partnered to offer this event to help make our community a safer place - won’t you join in!? For more information regarding the Shred It event, call The Bank of Mauston at 608-847-6200. For inquiries regarding the Medication

Take Back event, contact The Greater Mauston Area Chamber of Commerce at 608-847-4142. *Please note that no products for shredding should be left at the bank unattended you need to stay with your documents until they are loaded onto the truck. You can bring any paper material you would like shredded, with a maximum of three boxes per person.

Juneau County Fairest of the Fair seeks entries Do you want to be the 20132014 Fairest of the Fair or Jr. Fairest of the Fair? The Fairest of the Fair program is an Internship Program offering a scholarship for youth from Juneau County. The purpose of the Fairest of the Fair is to promote the variety of opportunities- educational, agricultural, social, cultural ,and commercial- available in Juneau County. It is a learning experience from interviews, to attending community functions and festivals, and promoting the fair and Juneau County. Applicants need to have a strong appreciation for the fair

but do not need to have been involved showing at the fair. Applicants need to be available all days of the Juneau County Fair held Wednesday through Sunday, August 1418. Applicants for Fairest must be 18-24 years of age as of Jan. 1, 2014. Applicants for Jr. Fairest must be ages 13-15. Applications can be obtained by: *Calling or emailing Heidi Finucan, Fairest of the Fair Chairperson at 608-547-7000 or heidifinucan@yahoo.com *Your school guidance offices

Juneau County Economic Development Corporation

Notice of Annual Membership Meeting NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the annual meeting of the members of the Juneau County Economic Development Corporation will be held on

Wednesday, May 15, 2013 at 5:00PM at New Lisbon Travelers Inn

1700 East Bridge St, New Lisbon, Wisconsin YOU WILL FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that such other business as may properly come before the annual meeting will be transacted at said meeting

*Juneau County 4-H extension office or website www.juneau.uwex.edu

*www.juneaucountyfair.com All applications must be returned by July 1st, 2013.

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First Casino night is great success BY EVA MARIE WOYWOD past Saturday This evening a special fundraiser took place at the Mauston American Legion. That opportunity took the form of a Casino Night benefiting the iLead Charter School in

Mauston. Tables were sponsored by area businesses and for the price of a ticket attendees were able to try their hand at one of the many different gaming tables including blackjack and poker. Rather than winning money, win-

ners were able to turn their chips in at the end of the evening for tickets which then could be used for a chance to win one of many baskets packed with goodies for all. Funds raised will go towards future student projects.

The early tally of funds raised for this new event was over $1,200, which organizers were so impressed with

SPRING FLING CRAFT SALE This past Saturday the Mauston Chamber of Commerce held their 1st Annual Spring Fling Craft Sale at Olson Middle School. The sale took place alongside the 2nd Annual Hands for Autism 5K Run/Walk which started and ended at the Mauston High School track.

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MHS conferences Parent/Teacher conferences will be held at Mauston High School on Wednesday, May 1 from 4:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m. in the high school teacher classroom areas. Progress reports for Term 4 will be available to parents and may be picked up in the counseling office. Other events occurring at Mauston High School – Wednesday, May 1: The Spanish 3 will have their Spanish-speaking country 3-D relief maps on display in the upper B wing throughout the evening. 4:30–7:30 p.m. - The Career and Technical Education (CTE) departments are holding an open house with area employers and parents invited to see our facility and student projects will be on

display. 6:00–6:30 p.m. - LMC - John Poole, Assistant Campus Dean from UW-Richland Alliance is coming to discuss dual credit options with students taking Environmental Science & Anatomy/Psy next year. 6:15 p.m. - D101 - Mr. Dahlke and Ms. Mead are hosting a parent/student - paperwork night for students registering for Nursing Assistant course at Western Technical College next year. 6:30–7:00 p.m. - LMC - Annette Valeo, Outreach Specialist from the UW-LaCrosse Office of Continuing Education and Extension is coming to discuss dual credit options with students taking College Prep Writing next year.

and proud of. Many thank you’s were going out to the businesses, parents, and all those who attended.

The organizers hope to repeat this event next year and make it an annual event.


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Mauston well represented at recent art show conference BY EVA MARIE WOYWOD This past weekend Mauston high school students attended the South Central Conference Art Show and Top Ten Banquet held in Baraboo at the Ho Chunk Convention Center. According to an announcement from the high school students, Mauston was well represented as Sara Hoffman received a Best in Show, and 2nd place in Mixed Media. Other Mauston students honored for their creative talents were Morgan Ellsworth with a Best in School for a painting, Jennifer Babcock with 1st place in sculpture, and Ellen Erickson walked away with 1st place in Computer Graphics. The following Mauston students were honored for being in the top ten of their class: Janae Due, Jade Fox, Jessica Kramer, Taylor Hanson, Abby Peterson, Jenna Reed, Ian McIntire, Jason Tomaloff, Kim Siekert, and Kadi Walsh. Superintendent Dr. Christine Weymouth and board member Betty Kryka attended the banquet in support of the students as did high school administrators Jim Dillin, and Dr. Doug Kryder.

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County moves to join WISCOM BY EVA MARIE WOYWOD Last week Juneau County supervisors voted in favor in making a necessary upgrade to the county's first responder radio system. The amount approved for the revamp was $1.7 million, however a $561,000 grant from the federal Department of Homeland Security administered by the Wisconsin Office of Justice Assistance will help to lower the cost to the county. Juneau County Sheriff Brent Oleson explained to the supervisors that the improvements were not a want, but rather a need that will help to protect and save lives in Juneau County. Once the work is completed Juneau County will then be part of the Wisconsin Interoperability System for Communication (WISCOM). WISCOM is a shared system and allows for participating agencies and counties to communicate with one another, a scenario that is often needed, according to Sheriff Oleson, during emergency calls and especially when assistance is needed from neighboring counties. The upgrade will compliment the new radios emergency responders agencies received through earlier

grants and have since revealed issues with the current radio system including dead zones in the northern part of Juneau County. The remaining cost

after applying grant money could be in excess of $1 million, an amount the supervisors stated will be borrowed.

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Garbage/Trash Must be in clear bags in a container of 50 pounds or less. Generally, if one person can carry the item to the curb, Lenorud Services will pick it up. Appliances “White Goods” City crews will collect stoves, washers, dryers, microwaves, water heaters, etc. Furniture Lenorud Services will collect larger furniture items, such as sofas, large chairs, mattresses, tables, etc. Glass Window glass should be removed from the frames and placed in a trashcan or box. FOLLOWING ITEMS MUST HAVE A STICKER-AVAILABLE AT CITY HALL $20 EACH Appliances containing Freon Refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, and dehumidifiers. Electronics Computers/TVs/printers/scanners/home copiers ITEMS THAT CANNOT BE PICKED-UP The following items CANNOT be placed for pick-up at any time: tires, batteries, brick, rock, concrete, large quantities of remodeling/construction debris, used oil, paint-stains-varnish-etc., in a liquid state. **It is illegal to bring garbage into the City of Mauston that is not produced from the City of Mauston, fines will be issued** For additional information on trash, recycling, electronics disposal, or special pickups, contact Lenorud Services, 608-847-2147, or www.lenorudservices.com


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SPRING FLING PARADE AND JAMBOREE

April 25, 2013

The annual Spring Fling Parade and Jamboree was held Saturday in downtown Elroy sponsored by CHEEP (Citizens Helping Elroy Effect Pride). The event began with a parade and then gathered at the bike trail commons for more fun. Above, The Sportsman Annual Poker Run Fundraiser will be selling raffle tickets starting in mid-May with the top prize being this Sportsman 400 4X4 H.O.

These two from Muskies Matter Inc. provided quite the entertainment throughout the parade. It was unsure whether or not their Muskie could get into the net after squirming all over the place.

The 20th Anniversary of the 400 State Trail will be here before you know it. Watch for details on the celebration in Elroy and upcoming contests.

Ladies from the Royal Bank handed out plenty of candy to parade goers, along with the Elroy Area Girl Scouts group.

Come One, Come All to support the

Elroy Area Ambulance Pancake Breakfast

Where: Elroy Ambulance Garage - Below Royal Bank When: Saturday, May 11th, 2013 from 7AM–12PM Cost: Whatever amount you’d like to donate Menu: Scrambled Eggs, Sausage Links, Pancakes, Milk, Juice, and Coffee along with the fixing.

So bring the family, friends, and neighbors for a good breakfast and support your Ambulance service! Also at the Jamboree was an art show sponsored by CHEEP, Citizens Helping Elroy Effect Pride, with local and school artists. Shown, is high school artist Sabrina Clemmerson with a drawn portrait. Above to the right, Local artist Dean McKerrow was at the Jamboree selling a variety of paintings that he enjoys doing during his free time. He paints everything from portraits, landscapes to even abstract. TASHA MUELLER PHOTOS

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Dear Customer: The Postal Service has concluded the POST Plan review process for the ELROY PO. Customer survey responses, input from the community meeting, and the operational needs of the Postal Service were considered in reaching the implementation decision. It has been determined that effective 05/18/2013, the ELROY PO will provide 6 hours of window service each weekday. The facility retail hours will be from 09:00 AM to 04:15 PM with lunch from 01:00 PM to 02:15 PM on Monday through Friday, and from 09:00 AM to 10:00 AM on Saturday. Current Saturday window service hours will not be reduced and access to delivery receptacles will not change as a result of the POST Plan realignment of weekday window service hours. Customers will have access to their mail receptacles 24 hours a day and Post Office Box mail will be available daily for pick-up by 10:00 AM Monday–Friday, and at 10:00 AM on Saturday.

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The family of Darlene Ormson wishes to thank you for your kind expressions of sympathy. A special thank you to Dr. Radant and nurse Michelle, and the staff at Fairview Nursing Home for their incredible care for Darlene. We Thank You! We so appreciate your support and care.

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TO BE INDUCTED The 1998 Royall Panthers Baseball Team will be

inducted into the Royall Booster Club Wall of Fame on Friday evening of May 3rd. This marks the 15th anniversary of the Panthers winning the Division III State Championship in Appleton, Wisconsin. Also being inducted are Heather Witt (basketball) and Travis Grawin (wrestling). The public is invited to the celebration at a cost of $10.00 per person. The event will take place at the Elroy American Legion Hall starting at 6:00 PM. Tickets can be purchased at the Royall High School Office.

Elroy Library news BY MARY WAARVIK LIBRARIAN Poets and poetry-lovers, unite! This Saturday, April 27 at 1:30, you are invited to participate in our 1st Annual Poetry Potluck. Bring a poem or two to read, and some fin-

ger food if you wish. The poem can be one of your own creations, or something that you have enjoyed and want to share. No criticism allowed; this is just for fun! The food and companionship won’t hurt, either. Sponsored by Elroy Friends of the Library.

Local woman awarded prestigious diploma Rebecca Jensen was awarded a diploma at commencement exercises during the 68th annual session of the prestigious Graduate School of Banking at the University of WisconsinMadison. The School, sponsored by the 18 state bankers associations comprising the Central States Conference of Bankers Associations, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, was established in 1945 to provide bankers with an opportunity for advanced study and research in banking, economics, and leadership. Instruction at the Graduate School of Banking takes place during two-week resident sessions for three consecutive summers, along with comprehensive study between summer resident sessions. The curriculum focuses on the management of strategic issues faced by banking executives and financial services industry professionals. The Graduate School of Banking enrolls approximately 550 US and international professionals each year. Over 85 esteemed academicians, economists, government officials, and industry professionals comprise the School’s faculty. S. Joe DeHaven, president and CEO, Indiana Bankers Association, Indianapolis, was the featured speaker at commencement; Mr. DeHaven is a 1987 graduate of the Graduate School of Banking and serves as secretary on the GSB Board of Trustees.

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CITY OF ELROY SPRING CLEAN-UP 7:00 A.M. SATURDAY, MAY 4, 2013 Conducted by Town and Country Sanitation 1-800-626-1915

***Please have your clean-up items curbside at 7:00 a.m. on May 4, 2013.*** Commercial businesses must contract with an independent hauler. Household items, including large appliances will be accepted. Please keep all clean-up items dry with a tarp or plastic bag. Do not place items curbside before April 28th.

All clean-up items are to be placed in bags or garbage cans. Loose debris will not be accepted. Place eligible clean-up items curbside. No large auto parts will be accepted. Construction material must be bundled and tied, placed in garbage bags and must not exceed 30 pounds in weight. Carpet must be rolled up and not exceed 5 feet in length. NO Metal or Wood exceeding 4 feet in length. NO Cement or Brick blocks will be accepted. Paint cans must be cleaned with lids removed. Cans containing paint will not be accepted unless dried with cat liter or other material. NO Hazardous waste will be accepted. Tires require a tag available for purchase at City Hall. Car Tires (without rims) $3.00 each Truck and Tractor tires (without rims) $9.00 each Household furniture will be accepted. No Yard Waste such as Leaves and Branches accepted. NO recyclables will be picked up on Clean-Up Day. Appliances, Electronics or White Goods REQUIRE A TAG for purchase at City Hall Effective January 1st 2010 the state implemented new recycling regulations regarding the disposal of all electronic items. Starting with 2010 Spring and Fall Clean-ups there will be an additional charge for these items. Items such as televisions, computers, and dvd/vcr players that now have to be recycled. A complete list of the items and prices for the Spring Clean-up are as follows: Computers & Electronic $17.00 per item Computers Printers Fax Machines Disk Drives Video Equipment VCR’s Audio Equipment Communication Equipment Modems Keyboards Circuit Boards Microchips Monitors Anything Electronic

Appliances $25.00 per item Stoves Washers Dryers Dishwashers Microwaves Water Heaters Furnaces Air Conditioners Freezers Refrigerators Dehumidifiers Humidifiers Hot Water Heaters

Copy Machines/Televisions $25 small copy machine $50 large copy machine $35 per television


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Read to Rover still a bit hit in New Lisbon BY DIANNA ANDERSON The New Lisbon School district is the only school left in the area that still has "Reading to Rover" and it is a hit with the students. The dogs are also always willing to hear a good

story and they enjoy the children. The dogs are licensed therapy dogs and they need to get as many events in as they can in order to stay in compliance with Therapy Dog Inc. Mrs. Cilley enjoys putting the event together for the students. Students have an assigned time and

must have a book to read to the dog. Some of the books students read to the dogs were a part of the RIFF program that took place on the 12th of April.

Lilly listens to Tieney Fisher, first grade, read her book.

Cashton Dellemuth reads “Pets My Puppy” and “Shakes” to Dundee.

Gavin Clough reads “Pets” to Bella.

Briske listens to Mikayla Schroeder, 4th grade, read “The Christmas Blizzard”.

Look Good, Feel Better meeting When asked how they feel, women who are undergoing cancer treatments may offer a variety of answers. Beautiful, however, is not typically on the list of responses. The healthcare professionals at Mile Bluff Medical Center in Mauston have teamed up with area cosmetologists to help change that. On Monday, May 6, Mile Bluff will hold its next ‘Look Good…Feel Better’® group training session. The event is a two-hour, hands-on workshop with a ‘Look Good…Feel Better’® volunteer beauty professional. During the meeting, participants will learn nail care techniques and a 12-step skin care/make-up application process. Ladies will also learn about available options for dealing with hair loss - including wigs, scarves, and accessories. ‘Look Good…Feel Better’® is a free, nonmedical, brand-neutral public service program. It was created to help women with cancer look good, improve their self-esteem,

and ultimately manage their treatment and recovery with confidence. Through its group meetings, self-help materials, websites, and brochures, ‘Look Good…Feel Better’® offers women advice for coping with the appearance-related side effects of cancer treatments. If you are a lady who is receiving cancer treatments, and would like to ‘Look Good…Feel Better,’® come to Mile Bluff Medical Center in Mauston on Monday, May 6 from 1 to 3 pm. As a participant, you will take home free make-up kits, program information and a rebuilt self-esteem to face your treatments with added confidence. The session is free and open to any woman currently going through cancer treatments at any healthcare facility, but registration is required. Call Rhonda Larson at 608-8479877 for more information and to register.

JCEDC to hold 22nd annual meeting and celebration Juneau County Economic Development Corporation will hold it’s 22nd Annual Meeting and Celebration on Wednesday, May 15. This event will be held at New Lisbon Travelers Inn, which is located just off I-90/94, Exit 61 at New Lisbon. The business meeting is 5:00 – 5:30 pm, followed by a cash bar and A “Country Casual Pig Roast” with all the delicious trimmings catered by Wisconsin River Meats. The Mauston High School Jazz Band and the New Lisbon High School Barbershop Quartet will provide entertainment. Colonel Dave Romuald, the new Commander at Volk Field will address the

group, and Local Representatives in attendance will also share a few words. Everyone is invited to attend the JCEDC Annual Meeting & Celebration. Membership in JCEDC is not required to attend this enjoyable event, however to cast a vote at the business meeting, a paid membership in the organization is required. There will be a door prize drawing to end the evening. Please purchase your tickets by May 8, 2013. Tickets are $25 per person and can be acquired by sending a check to: JCEDC, PO Box 322, Camp Douglas, WI 54618. Call JCEDC at 608-427-2070 or email jcedc@mwt.net, for more information.


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New Lisbon Fine Art Night highlights the many talents of the student body BY EVA MARIE WOYWOD On Tuesday, April 16, the New Lisbon High School presented an evening highlighting the varying talents of students in a Fine Arts Night. The evening began with attendees sampling baked goods in a student competition called Who is the Next Great Baker? Those attending were able to vote for the baked good they liked best. On display throughout the school was student created art that art ranged from drawings to sculptures and woodworking projects. Once the audience took their seats in the gym the live entertainment began and music filled the air as band and choir students performed. Intermixed throughout the performances were short skits by student actors. If you missed Fine Arts Night be sure to mark your calendars for May 10 when the high school choir takes the stage again in a Broadway Show. The performance begins at 7:30 pm.

“Live Out Loud”, a vocal solo performed by Samantha Olson.

“Cinderella and the Seven Dwarves”, a solo acting performance by Lyda LaBudda.

“The Longest Time” performed by Keagan Berry, Ben Helbing, Joe Cook, and Zach Martin.

A percussion trip by Nick Fleming, Alenna McCullough, and Craig Walker.

Community Supper The first New Lisbon/Necedah Community Supper was a hit. 125 meals were served. We hope even more will come out for the next supper on Tues., April 30 from 4:30 to 6 p.m. This month we will play a couple rounds of bingo at around 5:30. Again, regardless of income, age, or address all are welcome. See you there!

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Cardinal ladies and men take to the field BY STEVE NORLING On Tuesday, April 16th, both the Necedah boys’ baseball team and the girls’ softball team played. While the boys’ game went quickly, the girls took a lot longer to come to a conclusion. The Cardinal boys’ game against the Royall team was a low scoring quick game with both pitchers on their good games. Ashton Knutson, the Cardinal pitcher only allowed two runs in seven innings. However, the Cardinals could not do anything with the Royall pitcher. They had a hard time getting a hit and could not come up with even one run. The Cardinal pitching and defense are very good, but their offense leaves a lot to be desired. Through the first two games, only one player

has had a hit. Pitcher Ashton Knutson has two hits in the two games played and no one else on the team has yet produced a hit. If they correct this problem the Cardinals should be a team to be reckoned with. The Lady Cardinal softball game, against Royall, was a much different thing to watch. In this game it was hitting and scoring that took place. This game, due to all of the scoring, took nearly three hours to complete. This is a very long time for a seven-inning game. The game began in a normal way, but soon turned into a hitting, running, and scoring game. In the top of the third inning Royall scored nine runs. This made the fans on hand wonder if this was going to be another

blowout like last week’s game. However, by the time the bottom of the third was over the Cardinals had also scored nine runs. This was the way the game continued until going into the top half of the seventh inning, Royal led Necedah by a score of 22 – 20. However, Necedah allowed Royall to score five runs in the top of the seventh and could not answer them in the bottom of the inning. Thus the Lady Cardinals lost the game 27 – 20. While the boys have the pitching and the defense, the girls have the hitting. Now if they could just find out how the other ones do it, they would have two very good teams on the field.

19th Annual Senior Citizen Appreciation Dinner brought many out BY STEVE NORLING On Sunday, April 21st, the Necedah Area High School Student Council, hosted the 19th annual “Senior Citizens Appreciation Dinner.” Student Council Advisor, Mrs. Tori Maxfield and the Student Council did an excellent job of setting up excellent entertainment to go with an excellent chicken dinner. The weather on Sunday apparently kept some people home but there was a good crowd on hand. With the cold and snow that was coming down, some senior citizens probably did not want to chance it. The Student Council members also helped people that needed help from their cars to the door and acted as door hold-

ers. When the snow turned to rain they were right there with large umbrellas to keep the people dry. The event opened with high school principal Mr. Mark Becker welcoming everyone followed by a welcome by Mrs. Tori Maxfield. The National Anthem was the sung by all attending. Following this the High School Jazz Band Combo entertained the crowd with some excellent music. The group was assisted by band instructor Mr. Don Johnson on the horn and Vocal Director Mrs. Cheryl Johnson on the piano. There were also two solos from high school junior and student council member Macy Emery. There were also two solos from students that will be

competing at the state level for soloists. They were Joe Heiss and Macy Emery. They both did an excellent job, showing why they are going to state. Finally Logan Myhre, who is going to state in forensics, read his piece that he will be using. The piece was titled “Robber Bridegroom” a short story from The Brothers Grimm. He did an excellent job and should do well at state. With good food, the student council serving and seeing that all of our meal needs were met and many old friends to talk to, this was a great event for all attending. Once again the Necedah Student Council proved what an excellent group of students they are.

The Necedah Jazz Band entertained for those who attended the dinner.

Joe Heiss also performed his number for the audience and he is also headed on to state competition.

Alumni Reunion news

Macy Emery performed the number that she will be doing at state.

The Necedah High School Alumni will be 114 years old this year and will mark those years with their annual reunion on May 11, 2013. Social hour begins at 4:30 with dinner served at 6:00 PM. This is a great opportunity for the alumni to come together and the different generations to interact. There will be one or more $500 scholarships given to seniors, and there will also be a tribute to members who are veterans. Former students, staff and their guests are welcome to register and attend. The class of 2013 will be guests of the association. Registration can be done online. Go to necedahschools.org and click on the link “2013 NHS Alumni Banquet”. Registration forms can also be picked up at the Necedah Library. The cost is $17.50 per person and the completed forms and payment must be received by May 3rd at Necedah Alumni Association, PO Box 514, Necedah WI 54646.


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Elroy postal employee honored for 35 years of service BY DIANNA ANDERSON Becky Solchenbergen has been working in the Elroy Post Office for 35 years and she has no plans of stopping in the near future. Solchenbergen said, "We have always had a good crew to work with, a good working environment and it does not seem like 35 years. I enjoy my job." She has worked in every facet of the postal service in the area which is rare to find anymore. On April 22, 1978 Solchenbergen started her career and the price of a stamp was fifteen cents. After 35 years, she has many good stories to tell about working with the public like; she once found a little girl about three or four years of age walking up highway 80 toward New Lisbon. "The little girl was all alone just hoofing it like she knew where she was going. I stopped to ask her where her mom and dad were and she just kept going." Eventually she stopped the little one and tried to find out where she was from. The girl

would not talk so she had to call the police. In the mean time a local man stopped and had a juice and banana in his car so they gave them to the little girl and she ate it right up, never saying a word. The officer arrived and had to put the little one in a car seat. The officer was young and had no idea how to do that, so Solchenbergen strapped her in the car seat and watched as the officer drove away. She never found out who the girl was or were she was from. She was also around when the Anthrax scare was going on and all the mail had to be inspected away from the post office, just in case the deadly powder was in an envelope. Solchenbergen enjoys the fact that you are always learning new things and stays very busy all day. Sue Janczak, regional manager for the Postal Service, visited Elroy to present Solchenbergen with a 35 year emerald pin to honor her for her time.

Becky Solchenbergen accepts her 35 year emerald pin from regional manager Sue Janczak.

ADRC holds annual volunteer recognition breakfast BY TASHA MUELLER The Aging and Disability Resource Center of Eagle Country (ADRC) that serves the counties of Crawford, Juneau, Richland and Sauk, held their annual volunteer breakfast celebration at the Elroy Legion Hall this past Saturday. The annual breakfast gives thanks and honor to the dedicated volunteers that provide hours of service to aging and disability programs in 2012. During last year, there were over 280 different persons making a difference in the programs operated by the Aging Unit and Aging and Disability Resource Center. The contribution of time and talent from volunteers to the seniors and persons with disabilities makes the program run smoothly. The significant contribution measured financially in 2012 with combined total hours of 16,644 and a total up to $368,498.16 with hours valued at $22.14, which is a 35 cent increase per hour from 2011. The ADRC would like to thank everyone who valued their volunteer hours to keep the program going. Even though a monetary value is put to the donated hours, the larger human value cannot be calculated. Each hour devoted to the programs for older persons and person

with disabilities makes a difference in the communities and strengthens the lives of those the ADRC serves. This year’s program theme is “VOLUNTEERS-Making a Difference in the Lives of Others.” Special thanks went to many different groups that made the “difference in the lives of others” and included: The members of the Committee on Aging and Disability for all of the leadership presented throughout the programs. The group meets every month to discuss aging programs and provide direction on how the center can best use the resources to reach the most people. Members of the Nutrition Project Council discusses the programs related issues and provides input on how the program can best meet the nutritional needs of the seniors. In helping run the senior and disabled programs that are offered in the counties, the ADRC and Aging Unit Staff assisted in getting all the preparations organized for the morning breakfast with a special thank you to Karla Faulkner for doing a fair share of the morning’s organizational work. The newsletter group, led by Gloria Fish, that types, collect and organize the AGELESS newsletter for county-

There were almost 130 ADRC volunteers present for the breakfast Saturday morning, which is about half of all that donate their time and make the many different parts work together. The center offers help to aging and disabled person throughout Crawford, Juneau, Richland and Sauk Counties.

wide distribution. Other members of the group include Bev Ristow, Blanche Dallman, Norma Smith, Marilyn Walden, Carol Arens, Linda Welch, Jackie Muller and Eleanor Bausch. Offering her longtime commitment to the holiday and Elroy Craft Fairs, Judy Clark makes it possible for seniors to sell their crafts with plenty of ongoing coordination for the annual craft fairs. Powerful tools for Caregivers was a new course offered last year and Carla Von Haden and Susan Jensen were trained and coordinated for a very successful course. Giving office assistance and volunteer cleaning, Norma Smith and Leland Schier came to the ADRC faithfully to help out. There were plenty of individuals who delivered meals and donated their time and gas to reach many seniors in the southern part of the county within the nutrition program. Individuals include – Donald Degner of Wonewoc, and James Sartori, Henry Schmid, Jackie Schumann, Dick Cleven, Gene Preuss and Ken Wilson, all of Elroy. The Mauston Meals on Wheels Group leaders have offered plenty of support and dedication throughout the year, along with Kierstin Schmid as the Youth Connection leader. The top three volunteers from the two largest groups of volunteers include: Kitchen Volunteers: #3 – Caroline Boldon with 225 hours, #2 – Blanche Dallman with 299 hours and #1 – Marion Schmid with 356 hours. Schmid has been volunteering her time for the past 16 years and enjoys it because it “gets her out of the house,” she explained. The volunteer escort drivers drove 85,612 miles in and out of the county last year. They provided persons valuable help with getting to their destinations safely for many different reasons. Gaining access to medical appointments,

shopping and other business makes a difference in people’s lives by keeping them connected to their communities and enjoying their freedom and independence. Volunteer escort drivers: #3 – Terry Murray with 9525 miles and 375.25 hours, #2 – Shirley Demaske with 10,449 miles and 484 hours and the

top volunteer for 2012 was Kathy Whitehouse with 828.5 hours. Major thanks going to Jan Cleven and Pat Kennedy who graciously organized table decorations and helped with the set up of the dining area. All around, the morning was full of thank you’s to the difference everyone is able to

make in the lives of others. ADRC Director Heidi Randall also gave a personal thank you to the board and employees for the support and hard work in providing services to the older adults and persons with disabilities.


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Hillsboro runner participated in deadly Boston Marathon BY TASHA MUELLER Nothing comes closer to home than hearing about a runner in the area that was a part of the Boston Marathon that turned out to be a tragic event instead of a happy annual race. After developing events in the tragic Boston Marathon bombings that occurred last Monday, avid Hillsboro runner, Joe Zant was taking part in his first Boston Marathon experience. Zant, a senior at Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin, was excited to experience his first marathon that will be forever in the history books. Joe’s mother, Carmen Zant, a Head Start teacher at the Wonewoc-Center School District was watching the race on the Smart Board at school as Joe was running. Once he was finished, they turned off the coverage and went on with the rest of the day. Joe finished the race at 3:26, and the bombings at the finish line happened about an hour and a half afterwards. Joe was already out of the city and was getting ready to head

back downtown for the celebrations but the subways were all shut down. At the end of the school day, Carmen was helping with students and got a text from Joe saying “Something bad happened but I’m okay.” Carmen wasn’t aware of what happened until she received a phone call from her sister after she heard about it on a news channel. Carmen commented in saying the phone call from Joe took a while to get through because many of the phone towers were down. Joe made the trek to Boston with a former Cross Country Coach at college and had been training with him for a few months beforehand. After getting a seat on the subway and then noticing that they were shut down, they headed back to their hotel on foot. Within the week’s happenings of tracking the gunmen down, finding out who they were was a relief. The first suspect, 26-year-old Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was killed in a firefight with police after a wild chase in the Boston suburb of Watertown on Thursday night. Brother, 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, hid in a boat that

had a covering over it. The home owner wanted to get outside for some fresh air and noticed a cut in the boat covering. He then looked into the boat and saw a large amount of blood and immediately called authorities. Authorities fired plenty of shots at Dzhokhar, still inside the boat, as people around the area could hear the shots echoing in the town on Friday night. Once into custody, Dzhokhar was not armed and explosives were not found on him. Joe hopes to run in the Boston Marathon again, eventually and would like to sight see while there since he didn’t get the chance the first time. Joe explained that it was definitely the event of a lifetime, but would have liked to not see such tragedy. Last Monday, three people were confirmed dead from the bombings with 170 people injured. Currently, about 50 people are still in the same hospital as Dzhokhar with stable to critical conditions.

Leaving behind a quarter century FFA legacy at HHS BY TASHA MUELLER Not only was Thursday night’s FFA Banquet at Hillsboro able to showcase the yearly awards for members, but it was also a time to say good-bye to a man that has dedicated a lot to the Hillsboro FFA Chapter for the past 25 years. Mr. Paul Marshall will not only be leaving a group of kids behind, but many friendships that have formed over the years as many alumni FFA members also attended the banquet. After all of the awards were given out, which included the Discovery Degrees, Greenhand Degrees, Chapter Degrees, Honorary Chapter Degrees, Proficiency Awards and the Career Development Events Recognition, alumni, Kristopher Clark, Kathy Janecek, and Brienne Shaker presented Mr. Marshall with a book of memories and kind words. Many former students described Mr. Marshall as not only a “Teacher, an advisor, a mentor, a friend and father figure” but also one of the most “inspiring and encouraging individuals.” Mr. Marshall has led a countless number of individuals to state, and even national competitions. His focus on making all of his students excel in anything they do leads students to believe they can do anything in their future. A past student stated she “could count on him for advice, ideas and much needed and appreciated support.” Students have been taught a love for agriculture, even if they didn’t grow up on a farm. Many have competed all year

The 2013-2014 Hillsboro FFA Officer Team (left to right): Vice President – Tyler Seeley, Secretary – Mitchael Beckwith, Historian – Elsie Griffin, Sentinel – Matthew Stekel, current Hillsboro FFA Advisor – Mr. Paul Marshall, President – Matthew Anderson, Parliamentarian – Warren Paulson, Reporter – Jessica Tauber and Treasurer – Tanner Sobczak.

round, not because they wanted to excel, but because many enjoyed learning with Mr. Marshall. He lent a continual hand of support whenever needed, along with guidance and perseverance. And who could forget the traveling memories? Mr. Marshall made any trip full of memories, including traveling to Jag Lake for officer training, traveling by train to Chicago for the junior and senior student trip or traveling to nationals, on a very long bus ride. Even on the rides to competitions, Mr. Marshall offered his expertise to any question. There’s too many memories to list, so it’ll be short, but after receiving his farwell present and reminiscing on olden days, Mr. Marshall was “speechless” as he said it. After the school year is over, Mr. Marshall will be headed to the Riverdale School District, with the hopes and aspira-

tions to do what he did in Hillsboro – teach the lives of others and encourage them to do their best. If any Hillsboro FFA Alumni would like to become a part of the official Hillsboro FFA Alumni Organization, that will hopefully be started before Mr. Marshall leaves, you can contact Jason Oetzman at gump8sman@hotmail.com or Jacqui Davison (Mlsna) at daisychick80@hotmail.com. The Alumni group will be able to contact alumni with their given contact information through mail, email, etc. to assist the current and future Hillsboro FFA members to ensure they have the same opportunities and experiences past members had. Good luck in your future endeavors Mr. Marshall – your shoes will be hard to fill!

A photo of the many alumni that were present for the farewell of Mr. Marshall. Many alumni shared their past stories and memories as they were put in a book and given to him as a gift. He will leave some tough shoes to fill after being Hillsboro’s FFA advisor for the past 25 years.


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Area Musicians Perform with Richland Community Band CONTRIBUTED Two area musicians are performing with the Richland Community Band this spring. They include Darla Bennett of rural Hillsboro, and former Wonewoc-Center High School Band Director Trisha Louis of Union Center. The band will take part in the annual Spring Concert of the UW-Richland Music Department on Wednesday, May 2, beginning at 8:00 p.m. in the Wallace Student Center Auditorium. The Band will celebrate the 100th anniversary

of composer Clare Grundman who published more than 90 works for band alone during his long career. The Richland Campus-Community Band is a 40-member ensemble made up of UW-Richland Campus students, high school band directors, retired professional musicians; select high school honors members, and adult musicians from throughout southwest Wisconsin. This spring there are 12 music instructors in the ensemble. UW-Richland Music Director Jim Aagaard says this makes the ensemble some-

St. Joseph’s getting a new name on May 1st The hospital and clinics in Hillsboro, Wonewoc and Elroy will soon be going by a new name. It’s not a new affiliation; it’s a stronger connection with Gundersen. Starting May 1, the hospital and clinics will be known as Gundersen St. Joseph’s Hospital and Clinics. The change is being made as Gundersen Lutheran changes its overall system name to Gundersen Health System. “Identities evolve as organizations evolve. We are proud to say we’ve grown. Our Gundersen family now includes a number of affiliates and subsidiaries that were not part of our system just a few years ago, including Gundersen St. Joseph’s Hospital and Clinics. As an organization, we needed one common name that will help us position our growing health system as one and make it easier for people to identify Gundersen services in their communities. That name is Gundersen,” explains Pamela Maas, chief officer of Business Development & Marketing, Gundersen Health System. “This is a natural progression of our name,” adds Deb Smith, CEO, Gundersen St. Joseph’s Hospital and Clinics. “Since we affiliated with Gundersen two years ago, we have made many positive changes that have advanced the care provided to our patients in our region. We are proud to be

part of the Gundersen system and our new name reflects that.” Gundersen St. Joseph’s Hospital and Clinics will take a phased in approach with the new name. Patients and community members will begin seeing the new name and updated logo in places like the website and advertising right away. Other changes, like signs, might take a little longer. It is important to note that Gundersen St. Joseph’s Hospital and Clinics will continue to accept all insurances they currently accept like Dean or Unity, regardless of which primary or specialty care provider they see. “Gundersen is where caring meets excellence. So, while our name may soon be a little different, our priority remains the same—providing the exceptional healthcare experience and outstanding care our patients and their families have come to expect from Gundersen St. Joseph’s Hospital and Clinics,” Smith concludes.

Norwalk Public Library BY JEANNE RICE from 10 to 11:30 a.m., Wednesday, April While going through your attic, clearing 24th, & May 22nd, 2013. Bring your 3 or 4 clutter on your bookshelf, or moving to a year old for a chance to play, hear stories, smaller place, please donate Norwalk year- and have a snack while parents and carebooks or Brookwood yearbooks to the givers will have a chance to talk to the library. If we already have a copy of a par- Playgroup presenters. Please feel free to ticular year the copy in best shape will be bring younger or older children. kept and the other donated to the Friends of The Mystery Book Group’s next meeting is the Library, or the Monroe County Local Friday, May 3rd, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. History Room. we’ll discuss Mr. Monk on the Road, by Lee In celebration of National Library Week, Goldberg, the 11th book in the Monk series. April 14-20, the Norwalk Public Library From NoveList, provided by BadgerLink: joins the Wisconsin Library Association “Determined to show his agoraphobic brothFoundation and Culver's restaurants in er, Ambrose, the outside world, Adrian Sparta and Tomah in the "Create your own Monk drugs him with sleeping pills and hits story" drawing campaign for children 11 and the road in a motor home only to become under. This is the 17th year local Culver's enmeshed in a murder investigation along restaurants in Wisconsin have sponsored this the highway.” event, which encourages children to read and celebrate their favorite book characters. Norwalk Public Library has participated in the contest since 2004 and ...Professionally Installed three children submitted in your house drawings in 2012. Children can enter the drawing event Visit us on Hwy. 80, south of Hillsboro or call 608-489-2612 by picking up drawing sheets from the Norwalk Public Library beginning April 1. Children are encouraged to draw book MORE THAN JUST PRESCRIPTIONS! characters that they would like to meet at the library. Every child who completes a drawing will receive a "Be Our Guest" coupon for a free single scoop of frozen custard from Culver's and be entered into a random drawing to win an additional 727 Water Ave., Hillsboro prize of a free Team Scoopie Kids meal coupon. Phone: 489-3141 • Fax: 489-2821 Drawings will be displayed petersonpharmacy.com at Norwalk Public Library Mon.-Thurs., 8:30-5:30; Fri., 8:30-6:00; through the month of April. Sat., 8:30-1:00; Sun., Closed .Ph. Andrew The N-O-W Traveling ,R N. Peterson, R.Ph. • Kent L. Hendrickson Preschool Playgroup will be at Norwalk Public Library

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Health, Safety and Wellness fair promotes afternoon full of fun for W-C students BY TASHA MUELLER Promoting health, wellness, and awareness, WonewocCenter Elementary students got the chance Friday afternoon to participate in the first Health, Safety, and Wellness Fair that was put together by the Wonewoc PTCO and from school nurse Jessica Thompson. All events and informational booths were stationed in the upper gymnasium which held over 30 different areas of health, safety and wellness. The Wonewoc Fire Department had their smoke house outside that gave children the awareness of what to do when a fire would take place in their own homes. Once the smoke alarm sounded, smoke engulfed the enclosed trailer and kids were able to get out of the building through a window with an attached ladder. The Wonewoc EMS Service also was a big hit with the students as many got the chance to try ambulance cots, being strapped in and even being flipped sideways. Students were then able to go in the ambulance, turning on the whistles and viewing all the instruments so if and when an accident were

to occur, kids won’t be afraid of what would happen. One booth that led a few students astray was being able to touch how a human’s heart, lungs, and eyeballs felt for a feeling booth and to make children aware of parts inside of the body. Some children went on to say that feeling the different parts was gross while others enjoyed the texture. Other places of interests to educate the students included Germs – showing the most common places where they would be located that you would never think of, the Juneau County Sheriffs with Stranger Danger – students were able to get a finger print done and put into a pamphlet that had sections to fill out including the major information and a hair sample just in case a child were to be abducted, and the Reedsburg Area Medical Center showing how to perform CPR on a given dummy. Students also had fun partaking in Karate, Yoga, and Zumba with lessons given periodically in the afternoon. Overall, the day was a lot of fun for students – very informational, along with being able to exercise and having

hands-on experiences. Giving high-fives during the day included “BuckleBear” to make children aware of the safety to buckle-up while being in a car and two Crash-Test dummies, focusing on the awareness of what can happen during a motor vehicle crash. The event was organized by PTCO mother Tammie Skrabel who wanted to promote health, safety, and wellness that every child should learn about. Figuring out a fun way to do it, was putting together the fair with plenty of booths and exercise demonstrations to keep the children’s interest going. Also helping out with Tammie included school nurse Jennifer Thompson, who put together four booths in the fair. Many thanks goes out to the volunteers that were able to make the health fair such a success for students and letting the students learn about the necessities through health, wellness, and safety. The hope is to let children and also parents know the awareness of health and wellness programs that are available while providing safe decisions for a large amount of different situations.

The Wonewoc Fire Department was on hand for W-C elementary students to learn the safe procedures that are needed for when a fire would occur at their own home. The Smoke House let kids go through the building, as they were told to “Stay low and go” as smoke engulfed the trailer. Kids were able to exit through a window and get down by the attached ladder.

The two ladies that put together the health fair, Jessica Thompson (left) and W-C PTCO mother Tammie Skrabel. There were over 30 different items for children to choose from that ranged from feeling an eyeball, heart, and lungs to being able to go in the Smoke House and get out safely.

A pair of Crash-Dummies went around giving highfives to students while informing them of what could happen during a crash and how you should properly wear a seatbelt while in a car.

Keller building for the future of Wonewoc School BY DIANNA ANDERSON The press box at Wonewoc-Center school has been standing for many years. It is now to the point that it is dangerous, with wobbly stairs and it is standing on stilts. The same press box was there when Allen Keller came to Wonewoc school as a third grader, Keller, now a Junior has taken on the task of raising funds to build a new press box. Keller is a Life Scout, one step lower than an Eagle Scout. He has been in the Scouts since he was 6 years old. Keller has taken this project on for his community and school, for generations of students and coaches to be able to use. Keller has the blue prints, he has the estimate on lumber from Hartje Lumber, he has the contractors lined up and now

he has to raise $19,000 to complete the project. The press box will be double the size of the one standing now and it will have a new P.A. system along with storage under the box with a twelve foot garage door for football gear, track and field, baseball, or whatever sport needs to use it. This press box will serve a dual purpose, which the old one does not. Keller Works three jobs, he is on the track and field team, he is an actor, and an honors student. This is his last project to serve the community before going before the Board of Review to become an Eagle Scout. The Scouts has given him a sense of leadership, organization, and the ability to give back to his community. Keller stated “I know my communi-

ty will support me in this project, we have great business owners to support this project and I know we can do it.” Keller is putting on a Steak or Chicken dinner at Club Chapparal on Saturday, April 27th, starting at 5:00 p.m. to raise funds. Tickets are 20 dollars a piece and it includes potato and salad bar. You can get tickets at the door on Saturday and there will be plenty of fun and food for a good cause. Keller has only raised $500 to this point, he has a long way to go and hopes everyone will show support for the fundraising efforts to build a new press box for his community and his school.


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Lady Wolves cruise past Tigers BY TASHA MUELLER

The Wonewoc-Center Wolves Softball Team improved their early season record to 1-1 after defeating the Hillsboro Tigers team 4-2 during their first conference game of the spring season on Tuesday, April 16. Leading hitters for Wonewoc-Center included junior Katie Skaro that led the attack going 2-3 and added on a double, triple and RBI runs. Sophomore Maddie Benson was 1-2 and scored with an RBI. Leading hitter for Hillsboro was senior Jamiy Pettit after going 1-4 and added on a triple run. Winning pitcher for Wonewoc-Center was Benson with 11 strikes, 9 walks, and 2 hits. Pitching for Hillsboro, CJ Hofmeister had 2 strikes, 3 walks and 6 hits. The W-C softball team unfortunately lost their season opener first non-conference game of the season on April 15

against Weston with a final of 4-6. This spring has been full of rain and snow showers that have made the season get off to a late start that has included plenty of schedule changes. The next scheduled softball game for Wonewoc-Center is home against Cashton as a double header this Thursday and will travel to New Lisbon on Friday. For all current game conditions, check the WonewocCenter School District’s homepage. The baseball team unfortunately came up short against Hillsboro last Monday night, as the Tigers defeated the Wolves 12-2. Wonewoc-Center’s Palmer Schroeder led the Wolves as reaching base all four times on 2 hits, an error and a walk.

Wonewoc-Center’s freshman, Emily Tracy, slides into 3rd base against their first game of the season against Weston. The girls were unable to slide into the win as Weston won 6-4. On Tuesday, the team went on to win against Hillsboro 4-2.

Jacobson wins DAR Citizen of the Year essay BY TASHA MUELLER

Senior Emma Jacobson, daughter of Joel and Andrea Jacobson, is the 2013 DAR Good Citizen Essay winner for Wonewoc-Center High School. Emma is shown here with her mother receiving the award. She wrote an excellent essay on good citizenship. Emma will be attending college out of state in the fall and is the Class of 2013 Valedictorian.

STELLNER-ENNIS WEDDING Emily M. Stellner and James J.

Ennis, LaCrosse, WI along with their parents Debra Stellner - Chaseberg, WI, Mark Stellner - Stoddard, WI, and James B and Sharon Ennis - Wonewoc, WI announce their upcoming nuptials. Emily is a 2011 graduate of WTC-LaCrosse, WI with a Paralegal Degree, and is presently employed at Tri-State Adjustments, LaCrosse, WI. James is a May 2011 graduate of Viterbo College, LaCrosse, with a Business Administration Degree and is presently employed at Applebee's in LaCrosse, WI as an Assistant Manager. A June 8, 2013 wedding is being planned in LaCrosse, WI.

In the Loop..with the LaValle Library The 2013 Spring Book and Bake sale is over for another year and it was wonderful. I am always impressed by how well everyone comes together for the common good cause. The baked goods were abundant, the customers were plentiful, donations were generous, and this year the setup and take down was almost seamless. Thanks go out to anyone who participated! It was also an exciting week for our librarian, Pam, who received a package in the mail from Amazon.com. A secret admirer of the LaValle Library donated several children's books from our wish list. Big Thank You, Whoever you are!!! This is what is coming soon to the LaValle Library: Wednesday, April 24th at 1pm - Grownup Game Day. Thursday, April 25th at 7pm Knit/Crochet/Spinners Club. Saturday, April 27th at 7pm-Movie Night The Impossible. Rated PG13. Thursday, May 2nd at 5pm - Yoga returns by popular demand led by Carey Craker. Also Thursday, May 2nd at 7pm - The Friends of LaValle Library Meeting. We

have lots of fun and do some planning too. The new officers will take their places at this meeting. Saturday, May 4th at 8am - LaValle Library Board Meeting. At the present time, there is a position open on the board. Interested in serving? Please contact Becky Blinston. Tuesday, May 14 at 6:00pm - Third program in the Local Destinations Series will feature the Kickapoo Valley Reserve. Attendees will learn about the Kickapoo Valley Reserve’s history along with current educational and recreational offerings. To get in contact with the La Valle Library is easy. Email us at lavallelibrary@mwt.net; Our Website is www.lavallelibrary,com and you can call us at 985-READ! You can find us on Facebook as “Friends of the LaValle Library” or “LaValle Public Library”. You can also follow us on Twitter! The La Valle Library is open Monday thru Thursday from 3-7pm and on Saturdays from 9 til noon. I guess that's all I know for now! Pegg Conderman Proud Friend of the LaValle Library

Cover to Cover BY KIM DEARTH

In honor of this year’s long-awaited Spring, we are thrilled to announce the start of our Seed Lending Library! Our seed packets have arrived and are ready to be planted as part of our Beautify Wonewoc Project. To help you get started, the Wonewoc Public Library will be holding an Introduction to Gardening Workshop on Monday, May 6 at 1:30 p.m. Join us as Sarah Huggins, Master Gardener, shares information on soil testing and what to do with the results, lasagna gardening/composting/mulching, container gardening, watering, seed starting indoors and when to plant/transplant. Please call the library at (608) 464-7625 by Friday, May 3 to register. May 6 will also be the official kick-off day of the Seed Lending Library. Choose seeds to bring home, then save seeds at the end of the season and return some to the library to be loaned out next year. We look forward to sharing with you this wonderful new opportunity at the library! Also coming up, in conjunction with Wonewoc’s

Old Fashioned Day, the Friends of the Wonewoc Library will hold their annual Basket Silent Auction. Donations of filled baskets or items for a basket can be dropped off at the library up until Friday, May 10. Baskets may be themed and decorated. Bidding on the baskets will begin on Monday, May 13 and run throughout the week. Baskets will be on display in the library until Old Fashioned Day on Saturday, May 18, when they will be moved to the Mayer’s Office Bar and Restaurant in downtown Wonewoc and be on display for final auction from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. See you at the library!

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Mauston Community Sharing Pantry recognizes those that help BY EVA MARIE WOYWOD

On Monday afternoon, April 22nd, the Mauston Community Sharing Pantry held their annual volunteer appreciation luncheon. The event was hosted by Faith Christian Church and held a dual purpose as the pantry was also celebrating their 30th anniversary of ensuring no family nor individual in the community goes hungry. Kathy Green from the Community Sharing Pantry welcomed the attendees and shared with them data from past years. In 2012 the pantry served 779 households, a number that is more than double served in 1999 when it was 349 households. In 2012 only 87 families were in need of the pantry on a monthly basis, and 175 families used the pantry only once throughout the year. In total the number of people served in 2012 by the Mauston Community Sharing Pantry was 13,170. "We would not be able to do this without you all being there and supporting us," said Green. The pantry is located at 1 Kennedy Street and is open Tuesday through Thursday from 9:30 am until 11:00 am.

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12 YEARS OF SPONSORSHIP Mauston HS Key Club Food Drive, St. Paul's Lutheran

Church, United Methodist Church.

13 YEARS OF SPONSORSHIP Bank of Mauston, Bethany Lutheran Church, Mauston Festival Foods, Mauston Post Office, St. Patrick's Church, and Second Harvest Foodbank. 11 YEARS OF SPONSORSHIP USDA Wildlife Services; 10

years of sponsorship - Michael Sullivan; 8 years of sponsorship - Canadian Pacific Railway and Cecil & Bernadine Smith; 7 years of sponsorship - Walmart of Lake Delton; 6 years of sponsorship - Donald J. Burnstad Family Foundation and Volk Field in Camp Douglas; 5 years of sponsorship - Bank of Mauston (Lyndon Station Branch), Lynn and Gina's Fitness Center, and the Mauston HS FFA.

1 YEAR OF SPONSORSHIP Coloma Farms, Inc., Grayside and Westside Elementary Schools, Mauston's Culvers, In Memory of Rich Mazzoni, In Memory of Thomas E. Schmidt, and Mathilda Schumacher.

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Grede Foundries Inc., In Memory of Lyle Wernimont, Wisconsin River Co-op, and Land O' Lakes Foundation.

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Students were able to partake in Zumba, a workout that mixes body sculpting movements with dance steps deriving from many different dance genres.

Karate was a big hit for a lot of the students. They were taught a few of the major kicks, along with how to defend yourself if someone were to come up and attack you. TASHA MUELLER PHOTOS

The Reedsburg Area Medical Center offered free CPR lessons to students while being able to practice on dummies. Many knew beforehand of what to do in any situation.

The Wonewoc EMS team gave kids the chance to be strapped into an ambulance cot which was able to flip sideways. Students then got the chance to view what the inside of an ambulance looks like and the instruments used.

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The Juneau County Health Department had a great informational booth focusing on Booster Seat and Seat Belt Safety. Many didn’t know they still had to be in a booster seat.

A representative from the Army was on hand and gave children and adults the chance to show off with how many push-ups they could do in a short time frame. A lot of them were able to a lot within the given time.

A few Juneau County Sheriffs were on hand to give information regarding “Stranger Danger.” Kids were able to get their finger prints done and put in a small brochure for parents to put all needed information in one place just in case something were to happen.

Students were able to get a hands-on experience of what eyeballs feel like. Some liked the feeling, while others didn’t care for it that much.


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THE MESSENGER OF JUNEAU COUNTY - NOTICES

NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT OF PROCEEDING IN REM TO FORECLOSE TAX LIENS BY JUNEAU COUNTY TAKE NOTICE that all persons having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in or lien upon the real property described in the list of tax liens, In Rem 2013, No. 1, on file in the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court of Juneau County dated April 15, 2013, and hereinabove set forth, are hereby notified that the filing of such list of tax liens in the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court of Juneau County, constitutes the commencement by said Juneau County of a special proceeding in the Circuit Court for Juneau County to foreclose the tax liens therein described by foreclosure proceeding in rem and that a notice of the pendency of such proceeding against each piece or parcel of land therein described was filed in the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court on April 18, 2013. Such proceeding is brought against the real property herein described only and is to foreclose the tax liens described in such list. No personal judgment will be entered herein for such taxes, assessments or other legal charges or any part thereof. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE That all persons having or claiming to have any right, title or interest in, or lien upon the real property described in such list of tax liens are hereby notified that a certified copy of such list of tax liens has been posted in the office to the County Treasurer of Juneau County and will remain posted for public inspection up to and including July 5, 2013which date is hereby fixed as the last day for redemption. TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that any person having or claiming to have the right, title or interest in, or lien upon any such parcel may on or before said July 5, 2013 redeem such delinquent tax liens by paying to the County Treasurer of Juneau County, the amount of all such unpaid tax liens and in addition thereto, all interest and penalties which have accrued on said unpaid tax liens computed to and including the date of redemption, and a two hundred dollar ($200) charge for each parcel of land for filing, title search, publication and foreclosure of all tax liens. JUNEAU COUNTY s/Denise J. Giebel Juneau County Treasurer NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT OF PROCEEDING IN REM TO FORECLOSE TAX LIENS BY JUNEAU COUNTY STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT JUNEAU COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE FORECLOSURE) PETITION AND NOTICE OF TAX LIENS, PURSUANT TO SECTION) AND LIST OF TAX LIENS 75.521 WISCONSIN STATUTES BY) OF JUNEAU COUNTY JUNEAU COUNTY LIST OF TAX LIENS) BEING FORECLOSED BY FOR THE YEARS 20032009 ) PROCEEDING IN REM Case No. 13-1 TO THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR JUNEAU COUNTY, WISCONSIN: NOW COME Juneau County, a Wisconsin body corporate,and Juneau County Treasurer Denise J. Giebel, by their attorney, Juneau County Corporation Counsel David E. Lasker, and file this list of tax liens of Juneau County for the taxes of 2003 through 2009 and sales of 2004 through 2010 and allege and show to the Court: 1. That each of the following described parcels of land has been sold to Juneau County for delinquent taxes, and the certificates therefor have been outstanding for two or more years, namely the sales of the years indicated below. 2. That Juneau County is now the owner and holder of tax liens for the taxes of the years indicated in this list as evidenced by the Tax Certificates numbered below. 3. That Juneau County has, by ordinance adopted by the County Board of Supervisors of said County on April 21, 1992, elected to proceed under Section 75.521 of the Wisconsin Statutes for the purpose of enforcing tax liens in said County. 4. That said list, made and filed pursuant to the provisions of 75.521 Wisconsin Statutes is as follows, to wit: LIST OF TAX LIENS OF JUNEAU COUNTY FORECLOSED BY PROCEEDING IN REM 2013-01 PETITION NO. 1 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290060500.1 DESCRIPTION: E ½ W 2/3 W ½ W ½ NE ¼ of Section 24, Township 18 North, Range 2 East, Town of Cutler, Juneau County, Wisconsin.. DEED RECORDED January 12, 2000, as DOCUMENT NO. 362473. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: JOHN AYRES, 720 N 13TH ST, READING PA 19604 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 140 2009 2010 $ 492.51* 183 2010 2011 554.93 134 2011 2012 559.61 2012 2013 551.33 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 2 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290060514.1 DESCRIPTION: S ½ N 2/3 NE ¼ SE ¼ of Section 24, Township 18 North, Range 2 East, Town of Cutler, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED January 12, 2000, AS DOCUMENT NO. 362473. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: JOHN AYRES, 720 N 13TH ST, READING PA 19604 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 141 2009 2010 $ 492.51* 184 2010 2011 554.93 135 2011 2012 559.61 2012 2013 551.33 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE.

PETITION NO. 3 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290121402 DESCRIPTION: Parcel 1 of CSM No. 1762 recorded in Volume 6 of CSM at Page 198, being the S ½ S ½ SE ¼ of Section 10, Township 16 North, Range 4 East, Town of Germantown, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED June 7, 2006, AS DOCUMENT NO. 650187. DEED RECORDED April 20, 2007, AS DOCUMENT NO. 657349. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: LEROY & NANCY BARKER, DANIEL & WENDY BARKER, S72 W13659 WOODS RD, MUSKEGO WI 53150 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 255 2009 2010 $1436.70* 318 2010 2011 1630.04 245 2011 2012 1499.28 2012 2013 1534.19 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 4 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290040202.01 DESCRIPTION: LOT 3, VOL. 10 C.S.M. PG. 55 #2537; PT. SE 1/4 SW ¼ 05-17N-03E DEED RECORDED March 1, 2006, AS DOCUMENT NO 647914. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: MICHELE S BAUMEL, W7838 30TH ST, NEW LISBON WI 53950 MORTGAGEE(S): Farmers and Merchants Bank, PO Box 130, Kendall, WI 54368; David R. Carlson, Carlson, Rogers & Owens, PO Box 277, Portage, WI 53901 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 102 2008 2009 $1310.16* 2012 2013 1550.62 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 5 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 292510294.040 DESCRIPTION: Lot 20 of Assessor’s Plat No. 4 of the City of Mauston, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED February 27, 2006, as DOCUMENT NO 647844. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: MICHELE S BAUMEL, W7838 30TH ST, NEW LISBON WI 53950 MORTGAGEE: Bank of Kendall , PO Box 130, Kendall, WI 54368 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1287 2008 2009 $2028.86* 2012 2013 1395.63 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 6 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290281330 DESCRIPTION: A part of the SE ¼ NW ¼ of Section 20, Township 18 North, Range 4 East, in the Town of Necedah, Juneau County, Wisconsin. LAND CONTRACT RECORDED January 3, 2005, AS DOCUMENT NO. 637553 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: DAVID L & DIANE M BECKER, PO BOX 83, NECEDAH WI 54646 LAND CONTRACT VENDORS: Charles A. & Charlene M. Sitas, W6491 30TH ST, NEW LISBON WI 53950 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: (DATE OF FILING) (WARRANT NUMBER) March 18, 2005 2005UC001805 August 26, 2008 2008UC000058 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 775 2009 2010 $484.65* 902 2010 2011 547.96 730 2011 2012 503.22 2012 2013 499.96 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 7 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 292510745 DESCRIPTION: Lot 2, Block 5, Heath's Southside Addition, in the City of Mauston, Juneau County, Wisconsin. Deed recorded APRIL 26, 1989, as Document NO. 298319. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: LOUISE V VORPAHL, C/O TERES NAGLE , 601 E LAKE AVE, WISCONSIN DELLS WI 53965 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1325 2009 2010 $1665.90* 1428 2010 2011 1918.65 1220 2011 2012 2145.45 2012 2013 2324.11 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 8 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290280931.1 DESCRIPTION: PARCEL G, VOL. 8 CSM PG. 151 #2184; PT. SW 1/4 SE ¼ 06-18N-04E DEED RECORDED February 4, 1998, as DOCUMENT 346907. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: FARO & CELESTE M BRIGUGLIO 590 LAFAYETTE LN, HOFFMAN ESTATES IL 60169 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM

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TAX LIEN 2008 2009 $ 31.93* 2009 2010 499.53* 2010 2011 509.46 2011 2012 484.35 2012 2013 471.38 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 9 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290122524 DESCRIPTION: Lot 95, Whistling Wings Addition, No. 2, Town of Germantown, Juneau County, Wisconsin, per recorded plat thereof. DEED RECORDED September 28, 1999, as DOCUMENT NO. 360398. LAND CONTRACT RECORDED August 9, 2005, as DOCUMENT NO. 642848. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: STEVE L & SHIRLEY M CHRISTENSEN, W5851 QUAIL DR, NEW LISBON WI 53950 LAND CONTRACT VENDORS: Charles & Charlene Sitas, Jody J. Pamperin, W6491 30th St., New Lisbon, WI 53950 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE OF FILING WARRANT NUMBER January 6, 2003 29-00154612 August 22, 2005 29-00154820 August 22, 2005 29-00154821 29-00154837 October 3, 2005 March 28, 2007 29-00155040 June 1, 2009 29-11906224 January 4, 2010 29-11972249 October, 18, 2010 29-11962339 November 24, 2010 29-11907486 November 24, 2010 29-11907487 November 24, 2010 29-11907488 November 24, 2010 29-11908479 November 24, 2010 29-11908480 November 24, 2010 29-11909485 November 24, 2010 29-11913489 November 24, 2010 29-11929390 November 24, 2010 29-12133451 July 25, 2011 29-11712276 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 350 2009 2010 $211.75* 441 2010 2011 228.66 338 2011 2012 323.95 2013 325.55 2012 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 10 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290240418 DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 4, VOL. 2 CSM PG. 92, #329; PT. NW 1/4 SE ¼ 21-14N-05E DEED RECORDED November 27, 1979, as DOCUMENT NO 260100. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: FRANK C & VICTORIA CLARK, W2679 DEES RD, LYNDON STATION WI 53944 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE OF FILING WARRANT NUMBER June 18, 2007 0702899 June 18, 2007 0702900 July 22, 2009 200906638 FEDERAL TAX LIENS: Document No. 668015 recorded on August 18, 2008. Document No. 668016 recorded on August 18, 2008. CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 623 2008 2009 $ 667.37* 573 2009 2010 1790.96* 689 2010 2011 1672.64 530 2011 2012 1720.15 2012 2013 1600.75 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 11 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290282162.1 DESCRIPTION: PARCEL A, VOL. 6 CSM PG. 172 #1736; PT. SE 1/4 SE ¼ 10-19N-03E DEED RECORDED February 4, 2002, as DOCUMENT: 609384. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: LARRY J & JOYCE M CLARK, N13413 12TH AVE, NECEDAH WI 54646 MORTGAGEE(S): Citifinancial, Inc, 600 W. Wisconsin St., Sparta, WI 54656 CHILD SUPPORT LIENS: Docket No. 334842, filed October 3, 2010. CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 853 2009 2010 $ 933.86* 970 2010 2011 1239.36 814 2011 2012 1160.55 2012 2013 1139.69 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 12 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290320213.44 DESCRIPTION: LOT 44, VOL. 6 CSM PG. 239 PT. NE 1/4 NW 1/4; 1/69TH INT. IN LOTS 2, 12 & 24, VOL 6 CSM PGS. 219, 222 & 226. S05T15NR02E. DEED RECORDED July 27, 2007, as DOCUMENT: 660173. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: TODD M CLARK, 975 E RIGGS RD STE 12, CHANDLER AZ 85249-4260 MORTGAGEE: M&I Marshall & Ilsley , 770 N. Water St., Milwaukee, WI 53202 772 738 864 697


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CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 933 2009 2010 $399.79* 1036 2010 2011 428.22 874 2011 2012 379.97 2012 2013 408.51 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 13 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290122306 DESCRIPTION: Lot 2, Block 3 of the Plat of First Addition to John’s Castle Acres Club Subdivision, Town of Germantown, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 8, 1971, AS DOCUMENT NO. 227931. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: LEON T CRISP, C/O MICHELLE ARNOLD, 865 COPPERLEAF LN, BARTOW FL 33830 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 352 2008 2009 $81.38* 321 2009 2010 89.13* 403 2010 2011 91.97 310 2011 2012 86.47 2012 2013 90.76 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 14 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290122324 DESCRIPTION: Lot 25 and 26, Block 3 of the Plat of First Addition to John’s Castle Acres Club Subdivision, Town of Germantown, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 8, 1971, AS DOCUMENT NO. 227931. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: LEON T CRISP, C/O MICHELLE ARNOLD, 865 COPPERLEAF LN, BARTOW FL 33830 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 354 2008 2009 $126.13* 324 2009 2010 138.83* 404 2010 2011 143.25 311 2011 2012 134.70 2012 2013 141.35 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 15 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290220203 DESCRIPTION: That part of the SW ¼ SE ¼ which lies Southwest of Interstate Highway 90-94 and North of the town road running across said forty, in Section 9, Township 16 North, Range 3 East, Town of Lisbon, Juneau County, Wisconsin, EXCEPT the West 500 feet thereof. DEED RECORDED 03/17/1994 in VOLOUME 415 PAGE 109 DEED RECORDED 7/23/2002 AS DOCUMENT 613216. DEED RECORDED 07/01/2003 AS DOCUMENT 622784 DEED RECORDED 06/06/2008 AS DOCUMENT 666682. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: Estate of Jay Joseph Cusick, Staci DiVincenzo, Michael S. McDermott, Patricia Kaczmarek, John S. Simon, Jerry A. Johnson, Mike Lee, David Cusick and Taquira Cusick, PATRICK CUSICK , 614 CENTER ST APT 212 WONEWOC WI 53968 Lillian I. Cusick, 208 West Monroe ST Mauston WI 53948 Multiple child support liens against the names of Jerry Johnson & Mike Lee. Need social security numbers or birth dates to narrow it down. CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 443 2007 2008 $ 60.07* 564 2008 2009 56.21* 502 2009 2010 205.45* 603 2010 2011 208.14 476 2011 2012 212.94 2012 2013 215.24 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 16 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290220208 DESCRIPTION: PT. SE 1/4 SE ¼ 09-16N-03E DEED RECORDED 03/17/1994 in VOLOUME 415 PAGE 109 DEED RECORDED 7/23/2002 AS DOCUMENT 613216. DEED RECORDED 07/01/2003 AS DOCUMENT 622784 DEED RECORDED 06/06/2008 AS DOCUMENT 666682. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: Estate of Jay Joseph Cusick, Staci DiVincenzo, Michael S. McDermott, Patricia Kaczmarek, John S. Simon, Jerry A. Johnson, Mike Lee, David Cusick and Taquira Cusick, PATRICK CUSICK 614 CENTER ST APT 212 WONEWOC WI 53968 Lillian I. Cusick, 208 West Monroe ST Mauston WI 53948 Multiple child support liens against the names of Jerry Johnson & Mike Lee. Need social security numbers or birth dates to narrow it down. CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 444 2007 2008 $ 9.10* 565 2008 2009 8.53* 503 2009 2010 32.74* 604 2010 2011 33.15 477 2011 2012 33.92 2012 2013 34.28 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE.

PETITION NO. 17 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 292610769.01 DESCRIPTION: PT. NE 1/4 SW 1/4, PT SE 1/4 SW 1/4 & W. 500' OF SW 1/4 SE 1/4 N. OF TOWN ROAD (ANNEXED 4/10/00, FILED 6/22/01) 666682, 09-16N-03E DEED RECORDED 03/17/1994 in VOLOUME 415 PAGE 109 DEED RECORDED 7/23/2002 AS DOCUMENT 613216. DEED RECORDED 07/01/2003 AS DOCUMENT 622784 DEED RECORDED 06/06/2008 AS DOCUMENT 666682. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: Estate of Jay Joseph Cusick, Staci DiVincenzo, Michael S. McDermott, Patricia Kaczmarek, John S. Simon, Jerry A. Johnson, Mike Lee, David Cusick and Taquira Cusick, PATRICK CUSICK 614 CENTER ST APT 212 WONEWOC WI 53968 Lillian I. Cusick, 208 West Monroe ST Mauston WI 53948 Multiple child support liens against the names of Jerry Johnson & Mike Lee. Need social security numbers or birth dates to narrow it down. CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1242 2007 2008 $1155.12* 1410 2008 2009 1152.55* 1415 2009 2010 3995.04* 1524 2010 2011 3902.31 1317 2011 2012 3898.64 2012 2013 4075.54 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 18 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290021413 DESCRIPTION: : PT. SW 1/4 NW 1/4 , T33S20NT04E DEED RECORDED September 12, 2002, AS DOCUMENT NO. 614521. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: THOMAS & AMY DUFRESNE, W7613 BOHLING RD, POYNETTE WI 539558941 MORTGAGEE(S): Krekeler Strother, S.C., PO Box 828 Madison, WI 53701-0828; Eustice, Laffey, Sebranek & Auby, S.C PO Box 590, Sun Prairie, WI 53590-0590 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 50 2008 2009 $43.30 41 2009 2010 49.34* 57 2010 2011 155.99 38 2011 2012 112.41 2012 2013 123.85 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 19 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290260277.01 DESCRIPTION: LOT 1, VOL. 16 CSM PG. 84, #3699; PT. SE 1/4 SE ¼ 35-16N-04E DEED RECORDED July 27, 2007, AS DOCUMENT NO. 660196. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: JENNIFER M DVORAK, W4130 49TH ST, MAUSTON WI 53948 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 662 2009 2010 $1478.94* 783 2010 2011 1398.29 619 2011 2012 1532.00 2012 2013 1439.54 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 20 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290320126.01 DESCRIPTION: : LOT 1, VOL. 16 CSM PG. 103, #3718; PT. NE 1/4 SE 1/4 & PT. SE 1/4 SE ¼, 01-15N-02E DEED RECORDED September 22, 2006, as DOCUMENT: 652800. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: MARY T DVORAK, W8517 SULDAL RD, MAUSTON WI 53948 MORTGAGEE(S): Flagstar Bank, 5151 Corporate Dr., Troy, MI 48098 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 930 2009 2010 $2284.13* 1032 2010 2011 2480.85 867 2011 2012 2163.52 2012 2013 2332.29 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 21 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290281961 DESCRIPTION: The E ½ E ½ S ½ SE ¼ SW ¼ of Section 34, Township 18 North, Range 4 East, Town of Necedah, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED September 10, 1984, as DOCUMENT: 278620. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: BEVERLY J EHRKE, 3900 N BERNARD ST UNIT#2, CHICAGO IL 60618 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 841 2009 2010 $198.33* 958 2010 2011 395.63 797 2011 2012 370.39 2012 2013 366.90 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 22 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 291110270 DESCRIPTION: ROBERT L. HANSON'S ADDITION LOT 1, VOL. 11 CSM PG. 96, #2807; LOT 4 EX. N 2'; N 1/2 OF LOT 5, BLK 1

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LAND CONTRACT RECORDED August 11, 2000, DOCUMENT: 366441. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: JEAN ELDRED, 327 MAIN ST, CAMP DOUGLAS WI 54618 LAND CONTRACT VENDOR: MAXIE & LOIS HARVEY W10290 9TH ST, CAMP DOUGLAS WI 54618 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1098 2008 2009 $616.97* 1097 2009 2010 892.84* 1186 2010 2011 899.04 1004 2011 2012 859.20 2012 2013 933.30 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 23 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290280323 DESCRIPTION: PT. SW 1/4 NW 1/4 N. OF ROAD 14-18N03E DEED RECORDED September 3, 1996, as DOCUMENT: 337572. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: FREDRICK M FITTE JR, SHERI L FITTE, 6143 W LAWRENCE AVE, CHICAGO IL 60630 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 703 2009 2010 $ 361.55* 825 2010 2011 1209.61 661 2011 2012 1144.24 2012 2013 560.02 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 24 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290120246.01 DESCRIPTION: LOT 1, VOL. 16 CSM PG. 137, #3752; PT. FRNW 1/4 NE 1/4 04-17N-04E DEED RECORDED December 26, 2006, as DOCUMENT NO. 654866 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: ROBERT G THOMTE, 1760 ESTES AVE, DES PLAINES IL 60018 LAND CONTRACT VENDOR: JOSEPH N. MORRO N9177 19TH AVENUE NECEDAH, WI 54646 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 2009 2010 $336.45* 219 276 2010 2011 354.56 200 2011 2012 333.85 2012 2013 324.95 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 25 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290281478 DESCRIPTION: LOT 43, VOL. 3 CSM PG. 43, #577; PT. N 1/2 SE ¼ 21-18N-04E DEED RECORDED September 23, 2011, as DOCUMENT: 687670. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: JOZEF GAL, W5011 BUCKEYE DR, NECEDAH WI 54646 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 798 2009 2010 $2565.68* 924 2010 2011 4157.16 743 2011 2012 1973.27 2012 2013 3847.32 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 26 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290282159.2 DESCRIPTION: Lot 2 of Juneau County CSM No. 3674 recorded in Volume 16 of CSM, Page 59; located in the NE ¼ SE ¼ of Section 10, Township 19 North, Range 3 East, Town of Necedah, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED November 29, 2006 as DOCUMENT 654340 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: ARTHUR & TRUDITH C GARDNER, James T. Gardner, Daniel L. and Patricia C. Schofield,2028 JAY EYE SEE AVE RACINE WI 53403 CERTIFICATE NO.YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 851 2009 2010 $49.64* 968 2010 2011 365.81 813 2011 2012 505.12 2012 2013 498.03 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 27 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290281604 DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 1, VOL. 4 CSM PG. 40, #924; PT. NE 1/4 SE ¼, S28T18NR04E. DEED RECORDED APRIL 4, 1996,as DOCUMENT NO. 334686. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: LJUBISA VULOVIC, MARIA VULOVIC, 27836 NEVADA RD, CASHTON WI 54619 MORTGAGEES: FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK, P.O. BOX 130, KENDALL, WI 54638 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS (DATE OF FILING) (WARRANT NUMBER) NOVEMBER 20, 2003 2003UC009356 NOVEMBER 20, 2003 2003UC009357 JANUARY 28, 2005 2005UC001631


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LIS PENDENS: FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK KENDALL CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 811 2009 2010 $1438.79* 930 2010 2011 1464.33 755 2011 2012 1386.41 2012 2013 1355.72 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 28 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290041149 DESCRIPTION: Lot 13 of Clearfield Assessor’s Plat #1, Town of Clearfield, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED April 11, 1983, as DOCUMENT NO. 272625. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: GERALD G & MELBA GLEASON, 4115 CASTLEMOOR, JANESVILLE WI 53546 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 133 2009 2010 $311.20* 2010 2011 308.44 163 114 2011 2012 307.47 2012 2013 294.04 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 29 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 292511392 DESCRIPTION: : Lot 9 and the South 35 feet of Lot 8, all in Block 1 of Winsor’s Addition to the City of Mauston, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED August 5, 1994 as DOCUMENT 325282 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: MICHAEL E & SUSAN A GUNDERSON,444 ELM ST MAUSTON WI 53948 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1365 2009 2010 $304.13* 1475 2010 2011 324.65 1254 2011 2012 323.26 2012 2013 311.75 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 30 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290200762 DESCRIPTION: PT. W 1/2 NW 1/4 (LOT 1, PLAT SURVEY 4JAN97) 27-15N-03E DEED RECORDED January 18, 2007 as DOCUMENT 655375 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: LINDSI E HAGEN, W7273 CHEESE FACTORY RD MAUSTON WI 53948 MORTGAGEE: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Farm Service Agency 820 Industrial Dr., Ste. 1 Sparta, WI 54656 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 476 2009 2010 $1809.17* 591 2010 2011 1804.74 469 2011 2012 1869.83 2012 2013 1851.11 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 31 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290020125 DESCRIPTION: Government Lot 4 (f/k/a NW ¼ of the NW ¼) of Section 2, Township 19 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1 2008 2009 $24.15 2 2009 2010 24.15 3 2010 2011 24.15 3 2011 2012 24.15 2012 2013 24.15 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 32 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290020126 DESCRIPTION: The SW ¼ NW ¼ of Section 2, Township 19 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO.YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL

TAX LIEN 2008 2009 $41.20* 2009 2010 41.20* 2010 2011 41.20 2011 2012 41.20 2012 2013 41.20 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 33 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290020129 DESCRIPTION: : The NW ¼ SW ¼ of Section 2, Township 19 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 3 2008 2009 $62.80* 4 2009 2010 62.80* 5 2010 2011 62.80 5 2011 2012 62.80 2012 2013 62.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 34 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290020130 DESCRIPTION: The SW ¼ SW ¼ of Section 2, Township 19 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 4 2008 2009 $48.40* 5 2009 2010 48.40* 6 2010 2011 48.40 2011 2012 48.40 6 2012 2013 48.40 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 35 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080395 DESCRIPTION: The SW ¼ SE ¼ of Section 23, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 191 2008 2009 $26.80* 173 2009 2010 26.80* 222 2010 2011 26.80 147 2011 2012 26.80 2012 2013 26.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 36 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080434 DESCRIPTION: The NW ¼ NE ¼ of Section 26, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 174 2009 2010 $26.80* 223 2010 2011 26.80 148 2011 2012 26.80 2 3 4 4

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2012 2013 26.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 37 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080435 DESCRIPTION: : The SW ¼ NE ¼ of Section 26, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 175 2009 2010 $26.80* 224 2010 2011 26.80 149 2011 2012 26.80 2012 2013 26.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 38 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080440 DESCRIPTION: : The SE ¼ NW ¼ of Section 26, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 192 2008 2009 $26.80* 176 2009 2010 26.80* 225 2010 2011 26.80 150 2011 2012 26.80 2012 2013 26.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 39 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080441 DESCRIPTION: : The NE ¼ SW ¼ of Section 26, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin.. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 193 2008 2009 $26.80* 177 2009 2010 26.80* 226 2010 2011 26.80 151 2011 2012 26.80 2012 2013 26.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 40 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080444 DESCRIPTION: The SE ¼ SW ¼ of Section 26, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 194 2008 2009 $26.80* 178 2009 2010 26.80* 227 2010 2011 26.80 152 2011 2012 26.80 2012 2013 26.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE.


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PETITION NO. 41 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080445 DESCRIPTION: : The NE ¼ SE ¼ of Section 26, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 195 2008 2009 $62.80* 179 2009 2010 62.80* 228 2010 2011 62.80 2011 2012 62.80 153 2012 2013 62.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 42 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080446 DESCRIPTION: : The NW ¼ SE ¼ of Section 26, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 180 2009 2010 $26.80* 229 2010 2011 26.80 154 2011 2012 26.80 2012 2013 26.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 43 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080447 DESCRIPTION: : The SW ¼ SE ¼ of Section 26, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 196 2008 2009 $44.80* 181 2009 2010 44.80* 230 2010 2011 44.80 155 2011 2012 44.80 2012 2013 44.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 44 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080479 DESCRIPTION: : The NW ¼ NE ¼ of Section 35, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 197 2008 2009 $44.80* 182 2009 2010 44.80* 231 2010 2011 44.80 156 2011 2012 44.80 2012 2013 44.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 45 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080480 DESCRIPTION: : The SW ¼ NE ¼ of Section 35, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504

LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 198 2008 2009 $26.80* 183 2009 2010 26.80* 232 2010 2011 26.80 157 2011 2012 26.80 2012 2013 26.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 46 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080482 DESCRIPTION: : The NE ¼ NW ¼ of Section 35, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 199 2008 2009 $26.80* 184 2009 2010 26.80* 233 2010 2011 26.80 159 2011 2012 26.80 2012 2013 26.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 47 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080483 DESCRIPTION: The NW ¼ NW ¼ of Section 35, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 200 2008 2009 $26.80* 185 2009 2010 26.80* 234 2010 2011 26.80 160 2011 2012 26.80 2012 2013 26.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 48 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080484 DESCRIPTION: : The SW ¼ NW ¼ of Section 35, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 201 2008 2009 $26.80* 186 2009 2010 26.80* 235 2010 2011 26.80 161 2011 2012 26.80 2012 2013 26.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 49 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080485 DESCRIPTION: : The SE ¼ NW ¼ of Section 35, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North

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Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 202 2008 2009 $26.80* 187 2009 2010 26.80* 236 2010 2011 26.80 162 2011 2012 26.80 2012 2013 26.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 50 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080486 DESCRIPTION: : The NE ¼ SW ¼ of Section 35, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 203 2008 2009 $26.80* 188 2009 2010 26.80* 237 2010 2011 26.80 163 2011 2012 26.80 2012 2013 26.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 51 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080487 DESCRIPTION: : The NW ¼ SW ¼ of Section 35, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 204 2008 2009 $26.80* 189 2009 2010 26.80* 238 2010 2011 26.80 164 2011 2012 26.80 2012 2013 26.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 52 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290080488 DESCRIPTION: : The SW ¼ SW ¼ of Section 35, Township 20 North, Range 3 East, Town of Armenia, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 11, 2005 as DOCUMENT 644504 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: RALPH FOREST HAMEL PRODUCTS INC, 5401 COUNTY RD D, VESPER WI 54489 MORTGAGEE(S): First National Bank of Bangor, PO Box 129 Bangor, WI 54614-0129, James D. Hamel and Kristen K. Hamel , Address Unknown, Farm Credit Services of North Central Wisconsin, PCA, 611 South 32nd Ave., Wausau, WI 54402-1089 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE: July 15, 2011 Warrant No. 201110518 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 205 2008 2009 $26.80* 190 2009 2010 26.80* 239 2010 2011 26.80 165 2011 2012 26.80 2012 2013 26.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 53 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290241308.135 DESCRIPTION: Lot 13 Assessor's Plat No. 2, in the Town of Lyndon, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED DECEMBER 19, 1996, as DOCUMENT NO. 339701. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: ROMAN WERESKI, ZOFIA WERESKI, 1217 S OLD WILKE RD, ARLINGTON HTS IL 60005 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 690 2008 2009 $ 4.22* 649 2009 2010 269.37* 764 2010 2011 278.56 605 2011 2012 288.45 2012 2013 274.60


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*MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 54 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290281152.8 DESCRIPTION: PT. NW 1/4 NE 1/4 (PARCEL 4, PLAT OF SURVEY DATED 7/6/92), 17-18N-04E LAND CONTRACT RECORDED June 12, 2006, as DOCUMENT 650270. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: JAMIE L & AMANDA L MILHEISER, PO BOX 83, NECEDAH WI 54646 LAND CONTRACT VENDORS: Charles & Charlene Sitas, Jody J. Pamperin, W6491 30th St., , New Lisbon, WI 53950 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 789 2008 2009 $302.77* 758 2009 2010 661.31* 887 2010 2011 671.42 718 2011 2012 632.58 2012 2013 622.08 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 55 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290121574 DESCRIPTION: N 1/2 NE 1/4 SW ¼, 16-16N-04E DEED RECORDED June 20, 2002, as DOCUMENT: 612521. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: LISA K NEVETT, RICHARD B OCHOA, 3445 HENSLEY ST, RENO NV 89503-2038 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 269 2009 2010 $132.36* 333 2010 2011 144.43 253 2011 2012 132.85 2012 2013 135.94 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 56 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290121577 DESCRIPTION: N 1/2 NW 1/4 SW ¼, 16-16N-04E DEED RECORDED June 20, 2002, as DOCUMENT: 612521. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: LISA K NEVETT, RICHARD B OCHOA, 3445 HENSLEY ST, TENO NV 895032038 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 270 2009 2010 $132.36* 334 2010 2011 144.43 254 2011 2012 132.85 2012 2013 135.94 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 57 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290280727.2 DESCRIPTION: PT. SE 1/4 SE ¼ 31-18N-03E DEED RECORDED: March 5, 1998 as DOCUMENT 347491 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: STEVEN J PAPENFUSS, W8188 28TH ST W NEW LISBON WI 53950 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: DATE OF FILING WARRANT NUMBER October 15, 2001 29-00154590 October 15, 2001 29-00154591 October 15, 2001 29-00154592 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 726 2009 2010 $276.05* 849 2010 2011 595.84 686 2011 2012 548.74 2012 2013 544.27 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 58 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290360953 DESCRIPTION: PT. NE 1/4 SW ¼ 36-14N-03E DEED RECORDED November 6, 2007 as DOCUMENT 662531 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: ISAAC ROWE, W6209 CLARK RD LAVALLE WI 53941 MORTGAGEE(S): Farmers and Merchants Bank of Kendall Kendall, WI Lis Pendens recorded January 18, 2012 as Document No. 689607. CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1041 2009 2010 $445.68* 1138 2010 2011 485.51 961 2011 2012 469.77 2012 2013 562.17 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 59 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290360958 DESCRIPTION: PT. SE 1/4 SW ¼ 36-14N-03E DEED RECORDED November 6, 2007 as DOCUMENT 662531 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: ISAAC ROWE, W6209 CLARK RD LAVALLE WI 53941 MORTGAGEE(S): Farmers and Merchants Bank of Kendall Kendall, WI Lis Pendens recorded January 18, 2012 as Document No. 689607. CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM

TAX LIEN 2009 2010 $26.80* 2010 2011 29.19 2011 2012 945.66 2012 2013 1432.49 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 60 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290360961 DESCRIPTION: PT. SW 1/4 SE ¼ 36-14N-03E DEED RECORDED November 6, 2007 as DOCUMENT 662531 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: ISAAC ROWE, W6209 CLARK RD, LAVALLE WI 53941 MORTGAGEE(S): Farmers and Merchants Bank of Kendall Kendall, WI Lis Pendens recorded January 18, 2012 as Document No. 689607. CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1044 2009 2010 $2132.30* 1141 2010 2011 2417.36 963 2011 2012 2334.40 2012 2013 2372.43 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 61 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290360962 DESCRIPTION: : The SE ¼ SE ¼ of Section 36, Township 14 North, Range 3 East, Town of Summit, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED November 6, 2007 as DOCUMENT 662531 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: ISAAC ROWE, W6209 CLARK RD LAVALLE WI 53941 MORTGAGEE(S): Farmers and Merchants Bank of Kendall Kendall, WI Lis Pendens recorded January 18, 2012 as Document No. 689607. CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1045 2009 2010 $421.32* 1142 2010 2011 458.98 964 2011 2012 444.08 2012 2013 476.71 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 62 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 291610152.089 DESCRIPTION: ASSESSOR'S PLAT #4 LOT 44B, VOL. 5 CSM PG. 271 #1494; PT. OF LOT 44, Village of Necedah, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED AUGUST 5, 2003, as DOCUMENT NO. 623985. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: JEROME W BRUSS JR, MARY SUE BRUSS, 301 PLUM ST, NECEDAH WI 54646 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1149 2009 2010 $3376.66* 1236 2010 2011 2956.18 1051 2011 2012 3456.30 2012 2013 3392.14 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 63 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 291110209 DESCRIPTION: ASSESSOR'S PLAT PARCEL 4, VOL. 3 CSM PG. 256 #789; PT. OF LOT 91. DEED RECORDED September 11, 2007, as DOCUMENT NO. 661192. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: KENNETH ROY HENRICKS JR, PO BOX 252, CAMP DOUGLAS WI 54618 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1091 2008 2009 $233.34* 1090 2009 2010 242.49* 1179 2010 2011 245.48 999 2011 2012 261.74 2012 2013 257.01 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 64 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290240524 DESCRIPTION: PT. SW 1/4 NW ¼, 24-14N-05E Land Contract assigned 12/8/11 as Document #688979. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: TERRY L HINZ, ANN R HINZ, W1638 DEES RD, LYNDON STATION WI 53944 NAME OF OTHER IN TITLE: SHEILA J. & JUSTIN RAUDEBUSH, W1247 County RD J, Wisconsin Dells WI 53965 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 631 2008 2009 $1.13* 583 2009 2010 1148.87* 2012 2013 488.10 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 65 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290181150 DESCRIPTION: That part of the SE 1/4 SW 1/4 of Section 35, Township 15 North, Range 4 East, lying South of Seven Mile Creek, Township of Lemonweir, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED August 26 1980, as DOCUMENT NO. 1043 1140 962

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262723 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: NANCY JENSEN, N9313 2ND AVE, CAMP DOUGLAS WI 54618 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 442 2009 2010 $133.34* 557 2010 2011 124.97 435 2011 2012 120.60 2012 2013 117.17 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 66 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290340142 DESCRIPTION: The North 5 acres of the E 1/2 NW 1/4 of Section 2, Township 14 North, Range 4 East, Town of Seven Mile Creek, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED August 26, 1980, as DOCUMENT NO. 262723 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: NANCY JENSEN, N9313 2ND AVE, CAMP DOUGLAS WI 54618 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 951 2009 2010 $70.40* 1051 2010 2011 59.36 884 2011 2012 58.49 2012 2013 58.37 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 67 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290021581 DESCRIPTION: THE W 1/2 OF LOT 7, OF SECTION 5, TOWNSHIP 20 NORTH, RANGE 5 EAST, TOWN OF ARMENIA, JUNEAU COUNTY, WISCONSIN. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: ENRIQUE P JIMENEZ, 4607 RIVERSIDE AVE, LYONS IL 60534 MORTGAGEES: NEKOOSA PORT EDWARDS STATE BANK, 405 MARKET STREET, NEKOOSA, WI 54457 LIS PENDENS: NEKOOSA PORT EDWARDS STATE BANK CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 47 2009 2010 $ 234.05* 67 2010 2011 1019.42 46 2011 2012 724.35 2012 2013 863.26 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 68 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290282009 DESCRIPTION: PT. SW 1/4 NE ¼, 35-18N-04E DEED RECORDED DECEMBER 26, 1985, as DOCUMENT NO. 283809. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: ANNA M KJELDSEN ESTATEC/O LOIS GUZY, 2 LOMBARD CIR, LOMBARD IL 60148 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 547 2005 2006 $ 16.25* 691 2006 2007 16.77* 751 2007 2008 16.72* 869 2008 2009 8.15* 843 2009 2010 9.40* 962 2010 2011 9.56 803 2011 2012 9.11 2012 2013 8.86 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 69 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290282026 DESCRIPTION: PT. SE 1/4 NW ¼, 35-18N-04E DEED RECORDED DECEMBER 26, 1985, as DOCUMENT NO. 283809. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: ANNA M KJELDSEN ESTATE C/O LOIS GUZY, 2 LOMBARD CIR, LOMBARD IL 60148 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 551 2005 2006 $123.54* 696 2006 2007 127.40* 756 2007 2008 127.07* 872 2008 2009 8.15* 846 2009 2010 9.40* 965 2010 2011 9.56 808 2011 2012 9.11 2012 2013 8.86 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 70 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290260256 DESCRIPTION: The S 1/2 NE 1/4 SE 1/4 of Section 34, Township 16 North, Range 4 East, Town of Marion, Juneau County, Wisconsin, EXCEPT the West 2 rods of said twenty acres. DEED RECORDED July 19, 1960, as DOCUMENT NO. 200401. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: MATTHEW F KOSKI, ALICE M KOSKI, 7211 S FAIRFIELD, CHICAGO IL 60629 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 657 2009 2010 $948.18* 778 2010 2011 1047.66 614 2011 2012 1137.84 2012 2013 1077.10


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*MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 71 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290260260 DESCRIPTION: The SE 1/4 SE 1/4 of Section 34, Township 16 North, Range 4 East, Town of Marion, Juneau County, Wisconsin, EXCEPT the West 1 rod thereof. DEED RECORDED July 19, 1960, as DOCUMENT NO. 200401 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: MATTHEW F KOSKI, ALICE M KOSKI, 7211 S FAIRFIELD, CHICAGO IL 60629 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 659 2009 2010 $1589.90* 780 2010 2011 1733.55 616 2011 2012 1891.08 2012 2013 1788.07 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 72 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290260262 DESCRIPTION: NE 1/4 NE ¼, 35-16N-04E . DEED RECORDED July 19, 1960 as DOCUMENT NO. 200401. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: MATTHEW F KOSKI, ALICE M KOSKI, 7211 S FAIRFIELD, CHICAGO IL 60629 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 660 2009 2010 $ 921.53* 781 2010 2011 1006.20 617 2011 2012 1092.83 2012 2013 1034.50 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 73 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290260263 DESCRIPTION: PT. NW 1/4 NE ¼, 35-16N-04E DEED RECORDED July 19, 1960 as DOCUMENT NO. 200401. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: MATTHEW F KOSKI, ALICE M KOSKI, 7211 S FAIRFIELD, CHICAGO IL 60629 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 661 2009 2010 $1386.08* 782 2010 2011 1523.14 618 2011 2012 1654.25 2012 2013 1565.95 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 74 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290281130 DESCRIPTION: PT. W 1/2 SW ¼ 16-18N-04E DEED RECORDED FEBRUARY 20, 2004 as DOCUMENT NO. 629155 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: JOSHUA KOSTERA, 5568 S 14TH ST, MILWAUKEE WI 53221 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 754 2009 2010 $440.82* 884 2010 2011 447.34 714 2011 2012 419.55 2012 2013 414.75 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 75 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290180533 DESCRIPTION: S. 28 RODS OF E. 28 RODS OF SE 1/4 SE 1/4 EXCEPT 606981 PT. SE 1/4 SE 1/4., 14-15N-04E DEED RECORDED NOVEMBER 2, 2009, as DOCUMENT NO. 676389 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: MATHIAS G WACHAL N32W22020 HILL N DALE CIR, PEWAUKEE WI 53072 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 419 2009 2010 $1304.91* 529 2010 2011 1215.61 2012 2013 1137.70 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 76 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290260259 DESCRIPTION: W. 300' OF S. 1,452' OF W 1/2 SE ¼, 3416N-04E. DEED RECORDED FEBRUARY 2, 1972, as DOCUMENT NO. 228940 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: MILAN LASKARIN, KATICA LASKARIN, 293 EVERGREEN CIR, GILBERTS IL 60136-4049 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 658 2009 2010 $734.93* 779 2010 2011 812.86 615 2011 2012 882.85

2012 2013 835.73 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 77 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 292210646 DESCRIPTION: ORIGINAL PLAT PT. OF LOT 1, BLK 3 PT. OF LOT 10, BLK 3 PT. OF ALLEY, City of Elroy, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED OCTOBER 23, 2005, as DOCUMENT NO. 332000. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: LYNN P RITTENHOUSE, W9088 PREUSS RD, ELROY WI 53929 MORTGAGEES: ROYAL BANK, PO BOX 10, ELROY WI 53929; CITY OF ELROY FEDERAL TAX LIENS: DATE: 1/10/11 DOCUMENT #: 684036 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1257 2009 2010 $1766.38* 1362 2010 2011 1131.38 1147 2011 2012 1254.39 2012 2013 1110.57 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 78 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 292210653 DESCRIPTION: ORIGINAL PLAT PT. LOT 9, BLK 3 PT. LOT 10, BLK 3 PT. LOT 11, BLK 3, City of Elroy, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED OCTOBER 23, 2005, as DOCUMENT NO. 332000. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: LYNN P RITTENHOUSE, W9088 PREUSS RD, ELROY WI 53929 MORTGAGEES: Royal Bank, P.O. Box 10 , Elroy, WI 53929: City of Elroy FEDERAL TAX LIENS: DATE: JANUARY 10, 2011 Document No: 684036 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1258 2009 2010 $170.95* 1363 2010 2011 190.06 1148 2011 2012 185.69 2012 2013 193.11 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 79 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290280319 DESCRIPTION: VOL. 5, C.S.M., PG. 75 W. 325' OF N. 1,000 ' OF SW 1/4 NE ¼, 14-18N-03E DEED RECORDED JULY 18, 1979, as DOCUMENT NO. 258422. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: WILLIE J LEWIS, 9417 N 91ST ST, MILWAUKEE WI 53224 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 702 2009 2010 $608.51* 824 2010 2011 628.19 660 2011 2012 597.24 2012 2013 581.25 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 80 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290281253 DESCRIPTION: PT. N 1/2 NE 1/4 SE ¼, 17-18N-04E DEED RECORDED September 22, 1989, as DOCUMENT NO. 300067. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: BRENDA LOCKEN, N344 BYINGTON RD, WONEWOC WI 53968 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS (DATE OF FILING) (WARRANT NUMBER) November 11,201129-11900502 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 767 2009 2010 $805.91* 895 2010 2011 818.89 724 2011 2012 772.77 2012 2013 758.53 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 81 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290282019 DESCRIPTION: PT. SW 1/4 NW ¼, 35-18N-04E DEED RECORDED: FEBRUARY 19, 2002 as DOCUMENT NO. 609732 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: JOHN W MAYER & WILLIAM A MAYER, 2768 BRECHIN TRAIL, ELGIN IL 60124 MORTGAGEE: SYLVIA J. MAYER , DDRESS UNKNOWN WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: (DATE OF FILING) (WARRANT NUMBER) 09/23/2010 29-11836763 09/23/2010 29-11963355 10/30/2007 29-11130153 10/30/2007 29-11257046 10/30/2007 29-10882183 10/30/2007 29-11130154

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08/02/2004 29-00154734 FEDERAL TAX LIENS: LIEN #1478 DATE OF LIEN: 09/16/2004 LIEN #1469 DATE OF LIEN: 05/21/2004 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 845 2009 2010 $1841.90* 964 2010 2011 1877.13 806 2011 2012 1766.91 2012 2013 1823.57 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 82 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290241083.19 DESCRIPTION: Lot 19 of CSM No. 1456, recorded in Volume 5 of CSM Page 233, being a part of the SW 1/4 NW 1/4 and the NW 1/4 SW 1/4 of Section 30, Township 14 North, Range 6 East, in the Town of Lyndon, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED JUNE 24, 2002, as DOCUMENT NO. 612561. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: JAMES Q MCDUFFIE, PO BOX 5162, MADISON WI 53705 MORTGAGEE: M & I MARSHALL & ILSLEY BANK P.O. BOX 478, Milwaukee WI 53201 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 626 2009 2010 $975.51* *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 83 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290241083.20 DESCRIPTION: Lot 20 of CSM No. 1456, recorded in Volume 5 of CSM Page 233, being a part of the SW 1/4 NW 1/4 and the NW 1/4 SW 1/4 of Section 30, Township 14 North, Range 6 East, in the Town of Lyndon, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED JUNE 24, 2002, as DOCUMENT NO. 612561. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: JAMES Q MCDUFFIE, PO BOX 5162, MADISON WI 53705 MORTGAGEE: M & I MARSHALL & ILSLEY BANK P.O. BOX 478, Milwaukee WI 53201 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 627 2009 2010 $258.15* *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 84 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290122011 DESCRIPTION: LOT 181 OF CASTLE ROCK ESTATES, TOWN OF GERMANTOWN, JUNEAU COUNTY, WISCONSIN. DEED RECORDED JULY 6, 2004 as DOCUMENT NO. 632973. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: THOMAS L MUSSELL, KAREN MUSSELL, 579 KENNEDY ST, MARENGO IL 60152 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 325 285 351 269

2008 2009 $ 32.90* 2009 2010 271.27* 2010 2011 285.89 2011 2012 269.18 2012 2013 262.01 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 85 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290020389.90 DESCRIPTION LOT 90, VOL. 13 CSM PG. 27, #3087; PT. SE 1/4 SE 1/4 1/92ND INTEREST IN O.L. 1, 2 3, 4 & 5, 09-19N04E DEED RECORDED SEPTEMBER 23, 2003, as DOCUMENT NO. 625463. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: WILLIAM G NICOLOPULOS, 2000 PARKSIDE 2B, PARK RIDGE IL 60068 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 11 2008 2009 $ 22.28* 12 2009 2010 589.66* 14 2010 2011 688.59 11 2011 2012 496.20 2012 2013 546.72 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 86 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290280573 DESCRIPTION: PT. SE 1/4 SW 1/4 (PARCEL 36), 25-18N03E DEED RECORDED APRIL 20, 2005, as DOCUMENT NO. 640030. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: ANTONI NIEWIAROWSKI 4341 N OAK PARK AVE, HARDWOOD HEIGHTS IL 607067188 MORTGAGEES: THE NECEDAH BANK P.O. BOX 490, NECEDAH, WI 54646


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CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 717 2009 2010 $312.39* *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 87 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 292210438 DESCRIPTION: A part of Lot Number 4 Block Number 2 of George M. Fowler's Addition to the City of Elroy, Juneau County, Wisconsin, described as follows: Commencing at the Northeast corner of said Lot 4; running thence West 100 feet; thence South 55 feet; thence East 100 feet; thence North 55 feet to the place of beginning. DEED RECORDED JUNE 23, 1997, as DOCUMENT NO. 342769. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: DENNIS L OLSON, 1407 2ND MAIN ST, ELROY WI 53929 MORTGAGEE: Royal Bank, PO Box 10, Elroy WI 53929 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1241 2009 2010 $387.26* 1346 2010 2011 733.06 1135 2011 2012 732.87 2012 2013 742.38 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 88 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 291610215.214 DESCRIPTION: Outlot 1, Oak Grove Resort Pud, recorded in Volume 10 of Plats, Page 26, Document No. 601301, filed on March 15, 2001 at 9:20 a.m., in the Village of Necedah, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED December 10, 2009, as DOCUMENT NO. 677115 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: PREMIER CAPITAL INVESTMENTS LLC, PO BOX 1524 BROOKFIELD WI 53008 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1169 2009 2010 $3802.55* 1251 2010 2011 4026.29 1059 2011 2012 4258.14 2012 2013 3980.29 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 89 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 291610215.215 DESCRIPTION: Outlot 2, Oak Grove Resort Pud, recorded in Volume 10 of Plats, Page 26, Document No. 601301, filed on March 15, 2001 at 9:20 a.m., in the Village of Necedah, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED December 10, 2009, as DOCUMENT NO. 677115 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: PREMIER CAPITAL INVESTMENTS LLC, PO BOX 1524 BROOKFIELD WI 53008 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1170 2009 2010 $2378.29* 1252 2010 2011 2518.23 1060 2011 2012 2663.23 2012 2013 2489.45 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 90 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 291610215.217 DESCRIPTION: Outlot 4, Oak Grove Resort Pud, recorded in Volume 10 of Plats, Page 26, Document No. 601301, filed on March 15, 2001 at 9:20 a.m., in the Village of Necedah, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED December 10, 2009, as DOCUMENT NO. 677115 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: PREMIER CAPITAL INVESTMENTS LLC, PO BOX 1524, BROOKFIELD WI 53008 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1171 2009 2010 $22553.41* 1254 2010 2011 22984.70 1062 2011 2012 16521.55 2012 2013 15447.07 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 91 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 291610215.218 DESCRIPTION: Outlot 5, Oak Grove Resort Pud, recorded in Volume 10 of Plats, Page 26, Document No. 601301, filed on March 15, 2001 at 9:20 a.m., in the Village of Necedah, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED December 10, 2009, as DOCUMENT NO. 677115 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: PREMIER CAPITAL INVESTMENTS LLC, PO BOX 1524, BROOKFIELD WI 53008 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1172 2009 2010 $383.24* 1255 2010 2011 405.79 1063 2011 2012 429.16 2012 2013 401.15 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL

CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 92 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290121072.01 DESCRIPTION: LOT 1, VOL. 9 C.S.M. PG. 49, #2297; PT. NW 1/4 SE ¼, 32-17N-04E. DEED RECORDED August 11, 1999, as DOCUMENT NO. 359388. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: CONSTANCE L ROLNIK, 5110 HILL RD, ACWORTH GA 30101 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 240 2009 2010 $1790.07* 300 2010 2011 1959.34 226 2011 2012 1795.91 2012 2013 1842.32 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 93 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290121072.02 DESCRIPTION LOT 2, VOL. 9 C.S.M. PG. 49, #2297; PT. NW 1/4 SE ¼, 32-17N-04E DEED RECORDED August 11, 1999, as DOCUMENT NO. 359388. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: CONSTANCE L ROLNIK, 5110 HILL RD, ACWORTH GA 30101 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 241 2009 2010 $671.24* 301 2010 2011 732.49 227 2011 2012 673.74 2012 2013 689.41 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 94 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290282432 DESCRIPTION: Lot 12, Robert N. Smith Subdivision, in the Town of Necedah, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED July 6, 1999, as DOCUMENT NO. 358596. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: DANIEL A RUDY, JOANNE M NEDVED, 730 CHIPPEWA DR, ELGIN IL 60120-4015 MORTGAGEE: CITIFINANCIAL, INC., 600 West Wisconsin Street, Sparta, WI 54656 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 869 2009 2010 $1232.12* 983 2010 2011 1241.28 828 2011 2012 1162.38 2012 2013 1141.47 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 95 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290241242 DESCRIPTION: LOT 27 ARBOR LAKE ESTATES, IN THE TOWN OF LYNDON, JUNEAU COUNTY, WISCONSIN DEED RECORDED JULY 29, 1991, as DOCUMENT NO. 307992. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: ANDREW SANTIAGO, KAREN SANTIAGO, 8933 SOUTHFIELD DR, BRIDGEVIEW IL 60455 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 637 2009 2010 $420.27* 750 2010 2011 375.46 592 2011 2012 396.65 2012 2013 382.98 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 96 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 292510566 DESCRIPTION: All of Lot 8 East 23 feet Lot 9, Block 3, Gray's Addition, in the City of Mauston, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED NOVEMBER 22, 1984, as DOCUMENT NO. 326971. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: SHANE T SCHILLER, KERRI M SCHILLER, 524 MAINE ST, MAUSTON WI 53948 MORTGAGEE: Citifinancial, Inc. 2830 New Pinery Road, Ste G, Portage, WI 53901 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1303 2008 2009 $1676.49* 1314 2009 2010 1804.80 1417 2010 2011 1355.94 1207 2011 2012 1345.50 2012 2013 1290.52 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 97 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 292510567 DESCRIPTION: Lot 10, and West 17 feet of Lot 9 in Block 3, Gray's Addition, in the City of Mauston, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED October 3, 2000, as DOCUMENT NO. 367573. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: SHANE T SCHILLER, KERRI M SCHILLER, 524 MAINE ST, MAUSTON WI 53948 MORTGAGEE: Citifinancial, Inc. 2830 New Pinery Road, Ste G, Portage, WI 53901 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1304 2008 2009 $687.42* 1315 2009 2010 670.57*

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2010 2011 574.50 2011 2012 573.50 2012 2013 565.38 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 98 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290280828 DESCRIPTION: S. 132' SE 1/4 NE 1/4 EX. E. 660', 35-18N03E DEED RECORDED OCTOBER 1, 2010, as DOCUMENT NO. 606087. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: LEE R SCHULZ, 3325 E DENTON AVE, ST FRANCIS WI 53235 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 734 2009 2010 $554.42* 857 2010 2011 583.32 2011 2012 548.83 694 2012 2013 540.57 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 99 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290040454.07 DESCRIPTION: Lot 7 of CSM No. 3374 recorded in the Juneau County Register of Deeds Office in Volume 14 of Certified Survey Maps, page 154, as Document No. 633777, in the Town of Clearfield, Juneau County, Wisconsin,. DEED RECORDED October 18, 2004 as DOCUMENT NO. 635702 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: MICHAEL D & DEBRA G SCHUMAKER, 4723 W BROWNVIEW DR, JANESVILLE WI 53545 MORTGAGEE: M&I Marshall & Ilsley Bank, P.O. Box 478 Milwaukee, WI 53201-0478 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 103 2009 2010 $367.01* 130 2010 2011 680.15 87 2011 2012 677.35 2012 2013 697.80 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 100 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290180746 DESCRIPTION: PT. NW 1/4 NE ¼, 21-15N-04E DEED RECORDED June 25, 2001, as DOCUMENT NO. 603705. DEED RECORDED November 23, 2009,as DOCUMENT NO. 676839. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: BRIAN L WILCOX SR, BRIAN L WILCOX JR, 822 W STATE ST, MAUSTON WI 53948 FEDERAL TAX LIENS DATE: July 6, 2011 Document No. 686523 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 311 2003 2004 $ 990.16* 236 2004 2005 1505.22* 257 2005 2006 1408.67* 358 2006 2007 1238.36* 389 2007 2008 1432.32* 496 2008 2009 1357.13* 425 2009 2010 1457.28* 539 2010 2011 1358.41 425 2011 2012 1308.89 2012 2013 1271.60 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 101 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290340414 DESCRIPTION: The North 10 rods of the East 16 rods of the SE 1/4 of Section 15, Township 14 North, Range 4 East, Town of Seven Mile Creek, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED December 19, 1985, AS DOCUMENT NO. 283740. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: DONALD SCULLY N2429 RILEY RD, MAUSTON WI 53948 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 969 2009 2010 $128.01* 1058 2010 2011 98.91 894 2011 2012 97.50 2012 2013 97.28 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 102 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 291910234 DESCRIPTION: The South 49 1/2 feet of Lot 6, Block 6 of the Original Plat of the Village of Wonewoc, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED September 3, 1996, as DOCUMENT NO. 337556 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: BRIAN SEBRANEK 1053 MITSCHER AVE, HILLSBORO WI 54634 WISCONSIN TAX LIENS: (DATE OF FILING) (WARRANT NUMBER) June 16, 2008 62-10890182 Case Number 2008TW000044 June 16, 2008 62-00153982 Case Number 2008TW000048 June 23, 2008 62-11974010 Case Number 2008TW000052 June 23, 2008 62-1175034 Case Number 2007TW000171


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June 23, 2008 62-11846084 Case Number 2007TW000172 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1193 2008 2009 $182.32* 1201 2009 2010 1070.21* 1296 2010 2011 1109.06 1099 2011 2012 1058.32 2012 2013 1057.98 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 103 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290141009.003 DESCRIPTION: ASSESSOR'S PLAT LYNDON- KILDARE LOT 39 & PT. OF O.L. 1, 15-14N-05E DEED RECORDED November 22, 1995, as DOCUMENT NO. 332520. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: PEGGY S KING SETTLES, 436 N VILLA AVE, VILLA PARK IL 60181-1758 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 399 2009 2010 $162.28* 512 2010 2011 347.67 391 2011 2012 362.44 2012 2013 334.68 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 104 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290282512 DESCRIPTION: Lots 19 and 20, Sunrise Estates, in the Town of Necedah, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED August 30, 2004, as DOCUMENT NO. 634464. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: MICHAEL A SHIELDS, 11143 W LAYTON AVE, GREENFIELD WI 53228 DOUGLAS F. MANN , RIVER BANK PLAZA, SUITE 210 740 NORTH PLANKINTON AVENUE, MILWAUKEE, WI 53203 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 878 2009 2010 $270.43* 991 2010 2011 275.79 834 2011 2012 262.19 2012 2013 255.19 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 105 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 292511246 DESCRIPTION: STEINER'S SUBDIVISION LOT 10 01-15N03E DEED RECORDED May 19, 2004, as DOCUMENT NO. 631519 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: DAVID J., MICHAELJ. & PATRICK J. STEINER, , KATHLEEN I. BLOMQUIST, C/O PATRICIA STEINER, 8926 OAKVIEW LN N, MAPLE GROVE MN 55369 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1354 2009 2010 $133.06* 1465 2010 2011 142.04 1249 2011 2012 141.43 2012 2013 136.38 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 106 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 292511247 DESCRIPTION: Lot 11, Steiner's Addition, in the City of Mauston, Juneau County, Wisconsin. DEED RECORDED May 19, 2004, as DOCUMENT NO. 631519 LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: DAVID J., MICHAEL J. & PATRICK J. STEINER, , KATHLEEN I. BLOMQUIST, C/O PATRICIA STEINER, 8926 OAKVIEW LN N, MAPLE GROVE MN 55369 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 1355 2009 2010 $ 13.41* 1466 2010 2011 144.95 1250 2011 2012 144.32 2012 2013 139.18 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. PETITION NO. 107 TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 290240158 DESCRIPTION: PARCEL 1, VOL. 3 CSM PG. 56 PT. N 1/2 NE ¼, 13-14N-05E DEED RECORDED 10-23-86, as DOCUMENT NO. 287289. LAST OWNER(S) OF RECORD: KEITH VENTURINI, 724 PATTON DR, BUFFALO GROVE IL 60089-3433 CERTIFICATE NO. YR OF TAX YR OF SALE PRINCIPAL SUM TAX LIEN 557 2009 2010 $280.60* 665 2010 2011 305.64 508 2011 2012 316.46 2012 2013 301.29 *MUST BE PAID TO AVOID TAX DEED TAKING PLUS INTEREST AND PENALTY, AND A $200.00 PER PARCEL CHARGE FOR FILING, TITLE SEARCH, PUBLICATION AND FORECLOSURE. Interest is charged on the principal sum of each tax lien listed above at the rate of one percent (1%) per month and interest accrues from February 1st for taxes of the year said tax

liens were purchased by Juneau County through the last month for redemption. A penalty shall be added to the principal sum of each tax lien at the rate of .5% per month from February 1st for taxes of 1991, Sale Year of 1992 and thereafter. All Descriptions by lot and block numbers refer to plats and maps filed in the office of the Register of Deeds of Juneau County, Wisconsin. 5. That no municipalities other than Juneau County have any right, title or interest in the above-described lands or in the tax liens or in the proceeds thereof, except as stated herein. 6. That a two hundred dollar ($200) charge will be assessed to each parcel of land for filing, title search, publication and foreclosure on all tax liens, together with additional reasonable costs as allowed by law. WHEREFORE, Juneau County petitions for judgment vesting title to each of said parcels of land in Juneau County, as on the date of entry of judgment in this action and barring and foreclosing any and all right, title, claim, lien or equity of redemption and any person claiming through and under them to said lands since the date of filing this list of tax liens in the office of the Clerk of Circuit Court of Juneau County; reserving, however, unto the United States of America, the right to redeem within one hundred twenty (120) days from the date of entry of judgment, those lands against which a federal tax lien has been filed. Dated April 15, 2013 JUNEAU COUNTY, WISCONSIN By Denise J. Giebel JUNEAU COUNTY TREASURER, 220 E. State Street Mauston, WI 53948 STATE OF WISCONSIN) ) ss. COUNTY OF JUNEAU ) Denise J. Giebel, being first duly sworn, on oath says that she is the County Treasurer for Juneau County, Wisconsin and that the foregoing list of tax liens and statements and data therein contained are true and correct according to the records of the office of the affiant. /s/ Denise J. Giebel, County Treasurer By: Denise J. Giebel, JUNEAU COUNTY TREASURER, 220 E. State Street, Mauston, WI 53948 Subscribed and sworn to before me this April 15, 2013. Notary Public, State of Wisconsin /s/David Lasker My Commission is permanent. Approved for filing: /s/ David E. Lasker, Corporation Counsel Attorney for Petitioner Juneau County 220 LaCrosse Street Mauston, WI 53948 (608) 847-9321 Publish; April 25, 2013 May 2, 9, 2013 WNAXLP

STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT JUNEAU COUNTY Community First Bank Plaintiff vs. Defendants M&M Sportshop & Shooting Range L.L.C.,et al. Case No 11CV379 NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE By virtue of and pursuant to a judgment of Foreclosure entered in the above-entitled action effective February 1, 2012, I will sell at public auction in the lobby of the Juneau County Justice Center in the City of Mauston, 200 Oak Street, in Juneau County, on Tuesday, April 23, 2013, at 10:25 o’clock a.m., all of the following-described premises, towit; Parcel One; Lot One (1) of the Juneau County Certified Survey Map No. 4167, recorded in Volume 18 of CSM, on Page 144, being located in the West Half of the Northeast Quarter (W1/2 NW1/4) of Section 10, Township 16 North, Range 3 East, Town of Lisbon, Juneau County, Wisconsin. Parcel Two; The West Half of the Northwest Quater (W1/2 NW1/4) of Section Ten (10), Township Sixteen (16) North, Range Three (3) East, Town of Lisbon, Juneau County, Wisconsin; EXCEPTING THEREFROM Lot One (1) of Juneau County Certified Survey Map No. 3296, recorded in Volume 14 of CSM, on Page 76, as Document No. 630761; AND FURTHER EXCEPTING Lot One (1) of

Juneau County Certified Survey Map No. 4167, recorded in Volume 18 of CSM, on Page 144, as Document No. 686007; AND FURTHER EXCEPTING that portion of the NW1/4 NW1/4 of Section 10, T16N, R3E, lying North of Germantown Road. (N6774 Germantown Road, New Lisbon, Wisconsin) Parcel Three; Lot One (1) of Juneau county Certified Survey Map No. 3296, recorded in Volume 14 of CSM on Page 76, as Document No. 630761, being located in the N1/2 of the NW 1/4 of Section 10, Township 16 North, Range 3 East, Town of Lisbon, Juneau County, Wisconsin. (N6772 Germantown Road, New Lisbon, Wisconsin) TERMS OF SALE: Cash DOWN PAYMENT: Ten percent of amount bid by certified check at the time of the sale unless waived by plaintiff’s counsel. Subject to unpaid taxes of record on the day of closing, transfer fees and all other exceptions described by plaintiff or a representative of the Juneau County Sheriff’s office at the time of sale. Dated at Mauston, Wisconsin, this 25th day of March, 2013. /s/Brent Oleson Sheriff of Juneau County Attorney for Plaintiff Chiquoine & Molberg, S.C. Stephen D. Chiquoine P.O. Box 399 Reedsburg, WI 53959 608-524-6717 Publish: April 11, 18, 25, 2013 WNAXLP

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STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT JUNEAU COUNTY JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION Plaintiff Vs. Defendants KATHLEEN E. PHILLIPS, et al. Case No. 12 CV 284 NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure entered on November 5, 2012 in the amount of $72,775.64, the Juneau County Sheriff will sell the premises described below at public auction as follows: DATE/TIME: May 7, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. TERMS: 1. 10% down in cash or money order at the time of sale; balance due within 10 days of confirmation of sale; failure to pay balance due will result in forfeit of deposit to plaintiff. 2. Sold “as is” and subject to all legal liens, encum-

brances, and payment of applicable transfer taxes. PLACE: In the Lobby of the Juneau County Justice Center, 200 Oak Street, Mauston, Wisconsin, 53948. PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: The North Half (N 1/2) of the West Half (W 1/2) of Lot Three (3), Block Three (3) of George M. Fowler's Addition to the City of Elroy, Juneau County, Wisconsin. ADDRESS: 1424 Academy Street, Elroy, WI 53929 TAX KEY NO: 292210453 Dated this 4th day of March 2013 /s/Brent Oleson, Juneau County Sheriff Cummisford, Acevedo & Associates, LLC Attorney for Plaintiff Mark R. Cummisford, State Bar # 1034906 6508 South 27th Street, Suite #6 Oak Creek, WI 53154 414-761-1700 Publish: April 11, 18, 25, 2013 WNAXLP

STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT JUNEAU COUNTY Notice Setting Time to Hear Application and Deadline for Filing Claims (Informal Administration) AMENEDED IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF: Lawrence H. Brockmann Case No 13PR24 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: An application for informal adminstration was filed. The decedent, with date of birth January 7, 1926 and date of death January 11, 2013 was domiciled in Juneau County, State of Wisconsin, with a mailing address of N2349 Overgaard Rd., Wonewoc, WI 53968. The application will be heard at the Juneau County Courthouse, 200 Oak Street, Mauston, Wisconsin, Room 2300, before Diane

Mortensen, Probate Registrar, on May 20, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. You do not need to appear unless you object. The application may be granted if there is no objections. The deadline for filing a claim against the decedent’s estate is July 5, 2013. A claim may be filed at the Registrar in Probate, Juneau County Courthouse, 200 Oak Street, Mauston, Wisconsin, Room 2300. This publication is notice to any persons whose names or address is unknown. Susan E. Hanson State Bar No. 1001143 850 Elm Grove Rd. Suite 25 Elm Grove, WI 53122 414-302-0300 Publish: April 11, 18, 25, 2013 WNAXLP

STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT JUNEAU COUNTY ROYAL BANK, a Wisconsin Banking Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Defendants. JENNY R. WELLS-ERIE and MICHAEL D. ERIE, Case No. 12-CV-367 Tax ID No. 29251CMA1027 Foreclosure of Mortgage 30404 Replevin 31003

days after the Court’s confirmation of the sale or else the 10% down payment is forfeited to the plaintiff. The property is sold “as is”, is not available for viewing, and subject to all liens, encumbrances and unpaid real estate taxes. PLACE: Juneau County Justice Center, 200 Oak Street, Mauston, Wisconsin DESCRIPTION: The West 38 feet of Lot 3 in Block 15 of the Miscellaneous Addition to the City of Mauston, Juneau County, Wisconsin, and the westerly 1.2 feet of the South Half of Lot 2 in Block 15 of the Miscellaneous Addition to the City of Mauston, Juneau County, Wisconsin. PROPERTY ADDRESS: 333 East State Street, Mauston, Wisconsin Dated this 11th day of April, 2013.

NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that, by virtue of a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered on February 5, 2013, in the amount of $106,311.85, the Sheriff, or his assignee, will sell the described premises at public auction as follows: DATE AND TIME: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 10:00 o’clock A.M. TERMS: Pursuant to said judgment, 10% of the successful bid must be paid to the Clerk of Courts Office at the time of the sale in cash, cashier’s check, money order, or certified funds, payable to the Clerk of Courts Office. Personal checks cannot and will not be accepted. The balance of the successful bid must be paid to the Clerk of Courts Office in cash, cashier’s check, money order, or certified funds, no later than ten

ATTORNEY INFORMATION: Attorney Thomas J. Casey Curran, Hollenbeck & Orton, S.C. 111 Oak Street, Post Office Box 140 Mauston, Wisconsin 53948-0140 (608) 847-7363 /s/ Brent Oleson Sheriff of Juneau County Sales are subject to cancellation at any time without notice. Publish: April 25, 2013 May 2, 9, 2013 WNAXLP


April 25, 2013 STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT JUNEAU COUNTY TIMBERWOOD BANK, a Wisconsin Banking Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Defendants. ARC ELECTRIC, LLC, Money Judgment 30301 a Wisconsin Limited Liability Company, SHELDON D. LABUDDA, SUSAN K. LABUDDA, KIM M. BOUDREAU, Tax ID No. 29032TPL133; WISCONSIN GAS COMPANY, 29032TPL139; 29010TFO795; D.S. ELECTRIC SUPPLY, INC., 29010TFO800 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA acting through the Internal Revenue Service, STATE OF WISCONSIN, acting through the Department of Revenue, and LVNV FUNDING, LLC, Case No. 13-CV-35 Foreclosure of Mortgage 30404 Replevin 31003 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that, by virtue of a Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale entered on April 5, 2013, in the amount of $247,040.35, the Sheriff, or his assignee, will sell the described premises at public auction as follows: DATE AND TIME: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 10:05 o’clock A.M. TERMS: Pursuant to said judgment, 10% of the successful bid must be paid to the Clerk of Courts Office at the time of the sale in cash, cashier’s check, money order, or certified funds, payable to the Clerk of Courts Office. Personal checks cannot and will not be accepted. The balance of the successful bid must be paid to the Clerk of Courts Office in cash, cashier’s check, money order, or certified funds, no later than ten

THE MESSENGER OF JUNEAU COUNTY - NOTICES days after the Court’s confirmation of the sale or else the 10% down payment is forfeited to the plaintiff. The property is sold “as is”, is not available for viewing, and subject to all liens, encumbrances and unpaid real estate taxes. PLACE: Juneau County Justice Center, 200 Oak Street, Mauston, Wisconsin DESCRIPTION: The North 450 feet of the Fractional Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (Fr. NW 1/4 NE 1/4) of Section Two (2), Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Two (2) East; the East 562 feet of the Fractional Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter (Fr. NE 1/4 NW 1/4) of Section Two (2), Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Two (2) East, which lies north of State Trunk Highway 80, Town of Plymouth, Juneau County, Wisconsin. And the East 562 feet of the South 620 feet of the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (SE 1/4 SW 1/4) of Section Thirty-five (35), Township Sixteen (16) North, Range Two (2) East; the Southwest Quarter of the Quarter (SW 1/4 SE 1/4) of Section Thirty-five (35), Township Sixteen (16) North, Range Two (2) East, Town of Fountain, Juneau County, Wisconsin. PROPERTY ADDRESS: N4841 State Road 80, (Towns of Fountain and Plymouth), Elroy, Wisconsin 53929. Dated this 11th day of April, 2013 ATTORNEY INFORMATION: Attorney Thomas J. Casey Curran, Hollenbeck & Orton, S.C. 111 Oak Street, Post Office Box 140 Mauston, Wisconsin 539480140 (608) 847-7363 /s/ Brent Oleson Sheriff of Juneau County Sales are subject to cancellation at any time without notice. Publish: April 25, 2013 May 2, 9, 2013 WNAXLP

TOWN OF NECEDAH ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS SEAL COATING Notice is hereby given by the Town of Necedah, Juneau County, Wisconsin, that it will receive bids for Seal Coating until 3:00 p.m. on Monday, May 13, 2013 at Necedah Town Hall, 101 Center Street, P O Box 349, Necedah, WI 54646. Bids to be opened at the Town Board Meeting on Monday, May 13, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. For bid requirements and specifications contact: Steve Bezemek, Road Supervisor, 608-548-2675 or Susan Kosinski, Clerk, 608-565-3140, Fax 608-565-2246

INVITATION TO BID ON ITEMS: The City of Elroy is currently accepting bids for items in and around 509 Franklin Street. The City recently purchased the house at 509 Franklin Street with DNR Municipal Flood Control Grant money and we are required to take down the house and surrounding structures. The Elroy Fire Department will do a control burn later this spring to take down this house. Please bid on the following items: Philco Refrigerator – 11.55 cu. ft. refrigerator and 3.81 cu. ft freezer Amana Electric Range (white) Whirlpool – Over the Range Microwave (white) Haier built-in wall air conditioning unit Richmond Water Heater – 40 gallon Doors: 3 – 32 inch, 6-panel wood doors 1 – 31 ½ inch, 15 glass panel wood door Double Patio Door Windows (Argon Filled) 3 – Side sliders (various sizes) 12 – Vertical sliders (various sizes) 1 – Double crank out Kitchen Cabinets and Sink Bathroom Vanity Tub Surround Toilet Hardwood floor in the kitchen/dining area Vinyl Siding Plants in the yard If you would like to visit the property and the inside of the house and inspect the items for sale, please contact City Hall at 225 Main Street or 608-462-2400. Please bid on each item you would like, not as a group. Closing date for accepting bids will be May 9, 2013 and the City Council will decide on the winning bidders on May 14, 2013 at their 7:00 pm Common Council meeting. All sales will be final. The City of Elroy has the right to refuse any and all bids. April 15, 2013 Mark Steward, AICP City Administrator City of Elroy 225 Main St Elroy, WI 53929 Publish: April 18, 25, 2013 WNAXLP TOWN OF NECEDAH ADVERTISEMENT FOR QUOTES FOR GRAVEL Notice is hereby given by the Town of Necedah, Juneau County, Wisconsin, that it will receive quotes for Gravel until 3:00 p.m. on Monday, May 13, 2013 at Necedah Town Hall, 101 Center Street, P O Box 349, Necedah, WI 54646. Quotes will be reviewed at the Town Board Meeting on Monday, May 13, 2013 at 6:30 p.m. For quote requirements and specifications: The Gradation #2 base course is to meet WDOT Standard Specifications 304.2.6 of the State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation, Standard Specifications for Highway and Structure Construction, 1996 Edition. Price per ton of gravel delivered to the Town of Necedah shop at W6130 25th Street, Necedah, Wisconsin. Contacts: Steve Bezemek, Road Supervisor, 608-548-2675 or Susan Kosinski, Clerk Town of Necedah, 608-565-3140,Fax 608-565-2246 The Town of Necedah reserves the right to accept or reject any and all quotes, or accept the quotes most advantageous to the Town. Susan Kosinski, Clerk Publish: April 18, 25, 2013 May 2, 2013 WNAXLP

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TOWN OF GERMANTOWN—JUNEAU COUNTY ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Sealcoating, Crackfilling and Reconstruction on Various Roads within the Township Notice is hereby given by the Town of Germantown, Juneau County, Wisconsin, that it will receive bids for Sealcoating, Crackfilling on various roads within the Township and Reconstruction of 40th St until 12:00 p.m. (Noon) on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at Town of Germantown Community Center/Town Hall, N7560 17th Avenue, New Lisbon, WI 53950. Bids to be opened at the regular monthly town board meeting on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. For bid requirements and specifications contact: Dick Martin, Road Committee, (608) 562-5651 Town Clerk (608) 562-5751 Fax: (608) 562-3871 The Town of Germantown reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids, or accept the bid most advantageous to the Town. The envelope must be marked “Sealed Bid”. Marion L. Uphoff Clerk/Treasurer Publish: April 25, 2013 May 2, 2013 WNAXLP

TOWN OF LEMONWEIR TOWN OF LEMONWEIR NOTICE TO NEIGHBORING PROPERTY OWNERS Public Hearing, Monday, May 6, 2013 at the Town Hall N3935 19th Ave. at 7:00 p.m. The Plan Commission for the Town of Lemonweir has received application for a Conditional Use Permit by Adam Solarski, in regards to building a 28’ x 28’ accessory structure prior to primary residence. Property involved is a 3.11 acre parcel located in Section 28, Township 16 North, Range 4 East, NE 1/4 NW 1/4 and is currently zoned Rural Residence. The Plan Commission will hold a Public Hearing on the application at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, May 6, 2013, at the Town Hall. All interested persons are invited to attend and be heard on this matter. Following the public hearing the Plan Commission will take action on the petition as part of its regular agenda. Carin E. Leach, Town Administrator 608-847-4786 Publish: April 25, 2013 WNAXLP TOWN OF PLYMOUTH-JUNEAU COUNTY REQUEST FOR BIDS 2013 #1Gravel/Breaker Run The TOWN OF PLYMOUTH, Juneau County will receive bids for #1 gravel/breaker run to be placed on various roads within the township and also delivery to stockpile at town shop. Delivery will be expected May—October 2013. For bid specifications contact Rodney Knuth, Chairperson at (608) 5475425 (Cell) or Betty Manson, Clerk at the Town of Plymouth Office (608) 462-5034. Publish: April 25, 2013 WNAXLP TOWN OF PLYMOUTH-JUNEAU COUNTY REQUEST FOR BIDS 2013 Seal Coat Surfacing The TOWN OF PLYMOUTH, Juneau County will receive bids for 2013 seal coat surfacing. For bid specifications contact Rodney Knuth, Chairperson at (608) 547-5425 (Cell) or Betty Manson, Clerk at the Town of Plymouth Office (608) 4625034. Publish: April 25, 2013 WNAXLP

ADVERTISEMENT FOR ROADS BID Notice is hereby given by the Town of Marion, Juneau County, Wisconsin, that it will receive seal coat bids for local road maintenance until 5:00 p.m. on May 10, 2013 at W3502 49th Street, Mauston, WI 53948. The Town of Necedah reserves the right to accept or reject For bid requirements and specifications contact: any and all bids, or accept the bid most advantageous to the Richard Mazur, Chairman Town. The envelope must be marked “Sealed Bid”. W3502 49th Street, Mauston, WI 53948 Susan Kosinski, Clerk 608-847-5647 Publish: April 18, 25, 2013 May 2, 2013  The Town of Marion reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids or accept the bid most advantageous to the WNAXLP Town. Corinne Kaiser, Clerk Publish: April 25, 2013 O’DELLS BAY SANITARY DISTRICT WNAXLP Election Notice O’Dells Sanitary District #1

TOWN OF WONEWOC Town of Wonewoc will receive bids for TRIP program on Smith Road. A shale lift of 1200 yards covered with 300 yards of breaker. A gravel lift of 500 yards to be covered with a double seal coat when finished. For information contact Chairman, Tim Hartford at 608-393-4942. Bids will be opened on May 13, 2013. Publish: April 25, 2013 May 2, 2013 WNAXLP

Notice is hereby given that an election will be held for O’Dells Bay Sanitary District #1 on Thursday, May 2, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. at the Half Moon Bay Clubhouse, at which time one (1) commissioner will be elected for a term of six (6) years. Only persons who are quailfied voters and residents of the District shall be entitled to vote. By the order of the Board Commissioners O’Dells Bay Sanitary District #1 New Lisbon, WI Publish: April 18, 25, 2013 WNAXLP

Application has been made to the CAMP DOUGLAS VILLAGE BOARD for a Class B liquor and beer license, for the period ending June 30, 2013, by Steve Papenfuss at the premises to be known as Pappy Pub, 121 Main Street, Camp Douglas, WI 54618. The license application will be considered by the Village Board at a special meeting to be held April 25, 2013, at 7:30 PM at the Village Hall meeting room. Publish: April 25, 2013 WNAXLP

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O’DELLS BAY SANITARY DISTRICT #1 N7832 LAKE VIEW COURT NEW LISBON, WI 53950 BOARD OF DIRECTORS ANNUAL MEETING at 9:00 a.m., Thursday, May 2, 2013 Half Moon Bay Clubhouse N7832 Lake View Court New Lisbon, WI 53950 Tracy Tomaloff, Administrator Publish: April 18, 25, 2013 WNAXLP

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NOTICE AND ORDER TO RAZE BUILDING To: Nikki J. Coppernoll N2162 Cty Road I Mauston, WI 53948 Samuel L. Coppernoll N2194 Ackerman Road Elroy, WI 53929 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to Section 66.0413 of the Wisconsin Statutes, the Common Council for the City of Elroy has passed a Resolution (a copy of which is attached hereto) requiring that the building situated on the following described real estate and having the following described mailing address, shall be repaired or razed within sixty (60) days of receipt of this Notice, to-wit: Mailing Address: 514 Franklin Street, Elroy, WI 53929 Legal Description: Assessors Lot 197 of the City of Elroy, Juneau County, Wisconsin. WHEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, that the owner shall raze said building or cause it to be razed within sixty (60) days after service of this Order; and IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the owner's failure or refusal to raze or repair said building within the time prescribed will cause the City of Elroy to contract with a private person to raze said building, with the cost of such razing to be charged against the real estate upon which the building is located, and said cost shall be a lien upon such real estate and shall be assessed and collected as a special tax; and IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the owner has sixty (60) days after the service of this Notice within which to remove any and all personal property and/or fixtures from said building and in the event that the owner fails to remove said personal property and/or fixtures, the City of Elroy may store the same, may sell the same, or if the personal property and/or fixtures have no appreciable value, may destroy the same, all pursuant to Sec. 66.0413 (l) (l) of the Wisconsin Statutes. s/ Mark Stanek, Mayor Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of April, 2013. s/ Lynn Thorson Notary Public, Juneau Co., Wis. My commission expires: 5-5-2013 CERTIFICATION I, Mark Steward, hereby certify that I am the duly appointed City Administrator/Clerk/Treasurer of the City of Elroy and that the above and foregoing is a true and exact copy of a Notice and Order to Raze Building signed by Mark Stanek, Mayor of the City of Elroy, on the 9th day of April, 2013, the original of which is on file at City Hall, 225 Main Street, Elroy, Wisconsin. Dated this 12th day of April, 2013. Mark Steward RESOLUTION NO. 938 RAZING OF BUILDING AT 514 FRANKLIN STREET, ELROY, WISCONSIN WHEREAS, Christopher J. Krinke, Engineering Technician/Estimator, General Engineering Company, on behalf of the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Elroy, has inspected the house at 514 Franklin Street, Elroy, WI and determined that said house is dilapidated, out of repair, unsafe and beyond economical repair. The Common Council has determined that beyond economical repair meets the definition of reasonableness of repair according to Section 66.0413 of the Wisconsin Statutes. You have failed to make the house safe and sanitary after it suffered severe flood damage and you have been made aware of the City's concerns and the only option appears to be to have said house razed. WHEREFORE, upon Motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the Common Council for the City of Elroy passed the following Resolution during its regular meeting on the 9th day of April, 2013. BE IT RESOLVED that the house located on the real estate described below shall be razed pursuant to Sec. 66.0413 Wis. Stats.; that the Mayor is hereby authorized and directed to execute a Notice and Order to Raze said house, to serve the same upon the owner thereof and upon the holder(s) of an encumbrance thereon; that the owner be given sixty (60) days within which to raze said house; and that if the owner fails or refuses to raze said house within the time prescribed, the City of Elroy shall cause the house to be razed and shall cause the cost thereof to be charged against the real estate upon which such house is located and the same shall be a lien upon such real estate and shall be assessed and collected as a special tax. Mailing Address: 514 Franklin Street, Elroy, WI 53929 Legal Description: Assessor's Lot 197 of the City of Elroy, Juneau County, Wisconsin. Dated this 9th day of April, 2013. CITY OF ELROY By: s/ Mark Stanek, Mayor Introduced: March 12, 2013 Passed: April 9, 2013 Vote: Ayes: 5 No: 0 Attest: s/ Mark Steward Publish: April 25, 2013 WNAXLP

NOTICE AND ORDER TO RAZE BUILDING To: Betty Steffen P.O. Box 4 Kendall, WI 54638 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to Section 66.0413 of the Wisconsin Statutes, the Common Council for the City of Elroy has passed a Resolution (a copy of which is attached hereto) requiring that the house situated on the following described real estate and having the following described mailing address, shall be razed within sixty (60) days of receipt of this Notice, to-wit: Mailing Address: 1007 Academy Street, Elroy, WI 53929 Legal Description: Part of Lot 42 of the Assessor's Plat of the City of Elroy except Volume 293, Page 81, Juneau County, Wisconsin. WHEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, that the owner shall raze said house or cause it to be razed within sixty (60) days after service of this Order; and IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the owner's failure or refusal to raze or repair said house within the time prescribed will cause the City of Elroy to enter into a contract to raze said house, with the cost of such razing to be charged against the real estate upon which the house is located, and said cost shall be a lien upon such real estate and shall be assessed and collected as a special tax; and IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the owner has sixty (60) days after the service of this Notice within which to remove any and all personal property and/or fixtures from said house and in the event that the owner fails to remove said personal property and/or fixtures, the City of Elroy may store the same, may sell the same, or if the personal property and/or fixtures have no appreciable value, may destroy the same, all pursuant to Sec. 66.0413 (l) (l) of the Wisconsin Statutes. s/ Mark Stanek, Mayor Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of April, 2013. s/ Lynn Thorson Notary Public, Juneau Co., Wis. My commission expires: 5-5-2013 CERTIFICATION I, Mark Steward, hereby certify that I am the duly appointed City Administrator/Clerk/Treasurer of the City of Elroy and that the above and foregoing is a true and exact copy of a Notice and Order to Raze Building signed by Mark Stanek, Mayor of the City of Elroy, on the 9th day of April, 2013, the original of which is on file at City Hall, 225 Main Street, Elroy, Wisconsin. Dated this 12th day of April, 2013. Mark Steward RESOLUTION NO. 939 RAZING OF BUILDING AT 1007 ACADEMY STREET, ELROY, WISCONSIN WHEREAS, Christopher J. Krinke, Engineering Technician/Estimator of General Engineering Company on behalf of the Common Council of the City of Elroy, has inspected the house at 1007 Academy Street, Elroy, Wisconsin and has determined that the house is dilapidated, out of repair, unsafe, and beyond economical repair. Based on the report from General Engineering, the Common Council has determined that it is unreasonable to repair the same, and that you have failed to make the house safe and sanitary after being made aware of the City concerns and the only option appears to be to have said house razed. WHEREFORE, upon Motion duly made, seconded and unanimously carried, the Common Council for the City of Elroy passed the following Resolution during its regular meeting on the 9th day of April, 2013. BE IT RESOLVED that the house located at the real estate described below shall be razed pursuant to Sec. 66.0413 Wis. Stats.; that the Mayor is hereby authorized and directed to execute a Notice and Order to Raze said house, and to serve the same upon the owner thereof and upon the holder(s) of any encumbrance thereon; that the owner by given sixty (60) days within which to raze said house; and that if the owner fails or refuses to raze the house within the time prescribed, the City of Elroy shall cause the house to be razed and shall cause the cost thereof to be charged against the real estate upon which such house is located and the same shall be a lien upon such real estate and shall be assessed and collected as a special tax. Mailing Address: 1007 Academy Street, Elroy, WI 53929 Legal Description: Part of Lot 42 of the Assessor's Plat of the City of Elroy except Volume 293, Page 81, Juneau County, Wisconsin. Dated this 9th day of April, 2013. CITY OF ELROY By: s/ Mark Stanek, Mayor Introduced: March 12, 2013 Passed: April 9, 2013 Vote: Ayes: 5 No: 0 Attest: s/ Mark Steward Publish: April 25, 2013 WNAXLP

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April 25, 2013

WONEWOC SCHOOL DISTRICT Board of Education Meeting, March 18, 2013 Wonewoc-Center Jr/Sr High School Rm 218, 6:00 P.M. The meeting was called to order by the Board President Sandy Rogers at 6:00 p.m. Members present: Degner, Preston, Laack, Benson, Rogers, Wohlrab and Dieck. Motion by Wohlrab, second by Degner to approve the agenda. Motion carried. Proper notice verification was given by District Administrator Art Keenan. Motion by Preston, seconded by Laack, to go into closed session at 6:01 p.m. The Board polled unanimously. Motion by Degner, seconded by Preston, to go out of closed session at 6:55 p.m. The Board polled unanimously. Motion by Preston, second by Benson, to adjourn at 6:55 p.m. Motion carried. 7/0 Board of Education Meeting, March 18, 2013 Wonewoc-Center Jr/Sr High School Rm 218, 7:00 P.M. The meeting was called to order by the Board President Sandy Rogers at 7:06 p.m. Members present: Degner, Preston, Laack, Benson, Rogers, Wohlrab and Dieck. Motion by Preston, second by Degner to approve the agenda. Motion carried. Proper notice verification was given by District Administrator Art Keenan. Motion by Preston, second by Wohlrab, to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of February 18, 2013 regular meeting and February 18, 2013 closed session, and special board meetings of February 20, 2013, March 4, 2013, and March 7, 2013. Motion carried. Motion by Preston, second by Laack, to approve voucher in the amount of $267,652.92. Motion carried. 7/0 Motion by Preston, second by Laack, to approve the treasurer’s report as read. Motion carried. 7/0 Public ForumDiscussionCarol Jefferies, Karen Stanek and Jill Schwichtenberg representing Farmer’s State Bank gave a presentation on their services. Principal Michelle Noll gave and update on snow days and summer school. Business Manager Linda Dallman reported on the Federal Funding Conference and the upcoming membership audit. District Administrator Art Keenan discussed the building projects and possible conference realignment. Action: Motion by Laack, second by Preston, to approve the proposed administrative office structure reorganization. Motion carried. 7/0 Motion by Wohlrab, second by Benson to approve inclement weather make-up days as presented. Motion carried. 7/0 Motion by Benson, second by Degner, to approve a cookie dough fundraiser for football by Tom Hoile, HS Football coach. Motion carried. 7/0 Motion by Preston, second by Wohlrab, to accept with regret and many thanks, the resignation of Renee Urban, Title I. Motion carried. 7/0 Motion by Wohlrab, seconded by Degner, to approve the lawn tractor contract as presented. Motion carried. 7/0 Motion by Preston, seconded by Wohlrab, to go into closed session at 7:55 p.m. The Board polled unanimously. Motion by Benson, seconded by Degner, to go out of closed session at 9:04 p.m. The Board polled unanimously. Motion by Preston, second by Benson, to approve postemployment benefits for District Administrator Art Keenan. Motion carried. 7/0 Motion by Rogers, second by Preston, to adjourn at 9:05 p.m. Motion carried. 7/0 Nancy Dieck, Clerk Publish: April 25, 2013 WNAXLP

TOWN OF LEMONWEIR ZONING ORDINANCE CHAPTER 17 2013-04-17.02-7 AN AMENDMENT TO THE MUNICIPAL CODE CHAPTER 17 ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE TOWN OF LEMONWEIR The Town Board of the Town of Lemonweir, Juneau County, Wisconsin, do ordain as follows: The Municipal Code of the Town of Lemonweir shall be amended by deleting the existing text under Chapter 17, Section 17.02-7 entitled Double Fees, and replaceing it with amended text, entitled FINES, and shall read as follows: 17.02-7 FINES-- A fine of up to $500 shall be recommended by the Zoning Administrator and determined by the town board, if work is started before a permit is applied for and issued. Such fine shall not release the applicant from full compliance with this Ordinance nor from prosecution for violation for this Ordinance. This amendment shall take effect upon publication as required by law. Adopted this 16th day of April, 2013 and published in The Messenger on April 25, 2013. Attest: /s/ Gregory S. Bires, Town Chairman /s/ Carin E. Leach, Town Administrator The complete text of the MUNICIPAL CODE OF THE TOWN OF LEMONWEIR is on file in the office of the Town Clerk and is open to public inspection by appointment. Carin E. Leach, Town Administrator 608-847-4786 Publish: April 25, 2013 WNAXLP


April 25, 2013

THE MESSENGER OF JUNEAU COUNTY - NOTICES

RESTROOM REMODEL 2013 WONEWOC-UNION CENTER SCHOOLS 1393-201255 NOTICE TO BIDDERS 000200/1 SECTION 000200 - NOTICE TO BIDDERS RESTROOM REMODEL 2013 At Wonewoc-Union Center School 101 School Road Wonewoc, Wisconsin 53968 For Wonewoc-Union Center School District 101 School Road Wonewoc, Wisconsin 53968 Sealed bids for the above named construction project will be received by the Owner at the business office of WonewocUnion Center School District at 101 School Road, Wonewoc, Wisconsin until 2:00 pm, local time, 21 May2013, at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud. The sealedbid must be submitted in duplicate on the form provided, Project Name, Date and Time of Bid clearly marked on the outside of the envelope to prevent premature opening. Bid forms can be downloaded from www.greenassociates.com. Bids will be received for a single prime contract. In general the Project Work consists of demolition and complete replacement of student restrooms at the referenced buildings as identified herein. Work includes general, plumbing, mechanical and electrical construction. Drawings and Project Manual may be examined at the office of the Architect and area plan rooms: Dodge Reports www.construction.com/Dodge AGC of Wisconsin www.agcwi.org La Crosse Builders Exchange www.laxbx.com Reed Construction Data www.reedconstructiondata.com Bid Documents are available, in digital PDF format only, at the Architect’s website www.greenassociates.com. Addenda will be made available, in digital format, to plan holders of record. 1. Bid Security is required in the form of a Bid Bond, AIA Document A310 in an amount equal to not less than ten percent (10%) of the Base Bid and all Additive Alternates. 2. The successful bidder will be required to furnish a Performance Bond and a Payment Bond, in the amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the contract sum, on AIA Document A312, as issued by the American Institute of Architects. The Owner will not issue the Notice to Proceed until these bonds are provided and all other insurance requirements have been met. 3. All Contracts for the Construction of Public Works are subject to the Wisconsin Prevailing Wage Act. Comply with Wisconsin Prevailing Wage Statute 66.0903. 4. A Pre-Bid meeting will be held commencing at the main entrance lobby at 3:30 PM local time, on Thursday, 09 May 2013. All bidders are encouraged to attend. Failure to attend may result in rejection of bid. Following the meeting the area of Work will be available for tours. This will be the ONLY opportunity to visit the building. 5. It is the Owner's intent to issue a Notice of Award to the successful Bidder within thirty (30) calendar days of the Bid Date. No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) calendar days after the opening of bids. 6. Any bid submitted unsealed, or unsigned, without bidbond or received subsequent to the aforementioned date and hour will be disqualified and returned to the bidder. Direct inquiries to: Gerald T. Olson, AIA GreenAssociates, Inc. 1166 Quail Court, Suite 107 Pewaukee, Wisconsin 53072 jolson@greenassociates.com 262-746-1254 - office 414-336-8808 - cell Publish: April 25, 2013 May 2, 2013 WNAXLP

CITY OF NEW LISBON

VILLAGE OF NECEDAH NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR LAND USE VARIANCE VILLAGE OF NECEDAH MONDAY, MAY 13, 2013 606 BLUFF STREET – RATTUNDE VARIANCE HEARING 6:50 PM Notice is hereby given that the Zoning Board of Appeals shall conduct a hearing to consider a variance application for the property of Richard & Tina Rattunde, located at 606 Bluff Street. The variance requested by Richard & Tina Rattunde is to allow an accessory structure on a lot that would be larger than allowed by ordinance. Ordinance 10-1-140 in the Village of Necedah Zoning Code Ordinances regulates Accessory Structures. The Village Board shall act on the application during the Regular Meeting, which begins at 7:00 PM following the hearing. A copy of the variance application is available at the Necedah Village Hall, 101 Center Street, from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM, Monday through Friday. Roger L. Herried Clerk/ Administrator Publish: April 25, 2013 WNAXLP

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of New Lisbon Plan Commission will hold a public hearing on May 1, 2013 at 6:00 PM in the Community Center at City Hall. At that time, the Commission will take up the following conditional use request: 1. Parcel # 292610385 & 292610386 – Roger McGuire, property owner, Robert & Jeanne Dimeck, conditional use applicants. Requested use is a car lot and possible minor car maintenance. This property is located at the corner of Adams and Broadway Street and is zoned General Business District. 2. Parcel # 292610395 – Marge Jasinski, property owner, Darrick & Jessica Nelson, conditional use applicants. Requested use is office space and tanning salon. This property is located at 202 East Bridge and is zoned Downtown Business District. Anyone wishing to be heard with respect to these changes should attend. Dated: April 22, 2013 City of New Lisbon Lisa Vinz, City Clerk Publish: April 25, 2013 WNAXLP

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More Obituaries DANIEL D. BRUNNER

Daniel D. Brunner, age 74, of Clintonville, WI, formerly of New Minor, died on Sunday April 14, 2013 at the Pine Manor in Clintonville, WI. He was the son of Melford and Selma (Nelson) Brunner and was born on August 14, 1938 in New Lisbon. At the age of 3 his family moved to the Milwaukee area. Daniel went to the Brown Street Elementary School and graduated in 1956 from the West Division High School in Milwaukee. He was married to Margaret “Peggy” Cheadle and they later divorced. Daniel worked for American Motors Corporation for a while, and later was a self-employed roofing contractor in Milwaukee and also in New Minor, WI. Daniel is survived by his children, Shirley (Tim) Hockbein of Watertown, WI, David Brunner of New Minor, WI, Diane (Bret Hoopingarner) Brunner of Green Bay, WI, grandchildren and great grandchildren, and mother of his children Peggy Brunner. Further survived by his brothers, William Brunner of Warrens, WI, and Melford Brunner of Milwaukee, WI, and sisters, Sharon (Carl) Cornehls of South Milwaukee, WI, Karen (Gordon) Buntrock of Waukesha, WI, Marian (Paul) Laub of Cudahy, WI, Sami (Tom) Mitchell of West Allis, WI, and other relatives and friends. Daniel was preceded in death by his son John Brunner, and his longtime companion Alma Welter. A memorial service will be held on Saturday April 27, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. at the Hare Funeral Home (217 W. Pearl St.) in New Lisbon, WI. Rev. William Dow will officiate. Burial will be in the Trinity Lutheran Cemetery. Relatives and friends may call at the Hare Funeral Home on Saturday from 10:00 a.m. till the time of service. Online condolences are available at www.harefuneralhome.com

FLORENCE J. (LAMBIE) DREISCHMEIER

Following a long and productive life, spanning more than 93 years, Florence Dreischmeier passed away quietly on Sunday, April 14, 2013. Although born in Reedsburg, to Robert H. and Minnie (Olson) Banks on October 29, 1919, she spent most of her life as a Wonewoc resident and an active member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. Florence was a Registered Nurse, graduating from St. Mary’s School of Nursing, in Madison in 1942. Returning to her hometown, she worked several years at Reedsburg Memorial Hospital. She married Arnold (Bill) Dreischmeier in 1943 and following his tour in the Merchant Marine, they moved to Wonewoc’s Plum Valley to begin farming. Besides being an active farm wife and mother, Florence worked closely with Bill as they built the family electrical business, Dreischmeier Electric, which became a full-time endeavor after they sold the dairy farm in 1964 and moved into Wonewoc’s Southtown. Along with her active participation in the growth and success of the family business, she also worked several years for Dr. H. P. Baker in his Wonewoc medical practice and, always the professional nurse, often referred to as “the Florence Nightingale of Wonewoc” Lambie stood ready at a moment’s notice to provide medical care and assistance to friends and family alike, whenever and wherever she perceived a need. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Bill, step mother Annie Banks, brother Bob (Eme) Banks, nephews David Banks and Mike O’ Keefe Florence is survived by son Bill (Marjorie) of Blaine, MN; and daughter Ann (Mike) Sands, of Germantown, TN; along with five grandchildren, Matt (Stacie) Sands, Parker, CO; Melinda (Marc) Quinn, Murfreesboro, TN; Rob (Rose) Dreischmeier, Minneapolis, MN; James (Jess) Dreischmeier, Minneapolis, MN; and Laura Dreischmeier, Andover MN; two great granddaughters, Ashton and Payton Sands, Parker CO; sister, Donna Fae O’Keefe, Baraboo, WI; and many caring nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Thompson Funeral Home, Wonewoc, WI. Visitation will be held at 1:00 p.m. followed by a memorial service at 2:00 p.m. commemorating Florence’s life at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Wonewoc on Saturday, April 27th. Memorials may be made to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church.

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April 25, 2013

Contribute to a good cause with Spring Cleaning ~What is Needed~ * Garbage bags / Wire Hangers * Gently used Adult and children’s clothing & shoes * Household items * Lawn and Garden * Tools * Toys * Volunteers

The Circle of Hope’s Annual Community Awareness Rummage Sale will be held at the Mauston Moose Lodge located at 601 Colfax Street. All proceeds go to Circle of Hope It will be open Sunday through Thursday: 11:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 11:00 a.m. to Midnight. Please come and show support for the cause.

JCEDC Meeting p.m., at the Necedah Siegler Memorial Library, located at 217 Oak Grove Dr. in Necedah. JCEDC invites you to attend.

Juneau County Economic Development will hold a community meeting this Wednesday evening, April 24th, from 6-7

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LACEY WINTERS TOOK 1ST PLACE in Aurora, Colorado Nationals for Necedah Powerlifting. Lacey lifted on the 9th and 10th. She was in the 165 weight class and broke the deadlift record at 407 lbs. The previous record was 402 lbs for 15 year old girls. Her overall stats were: Squat - 320 lbs, Bench - 143 lbs, Deadlift - 407 lbs for a total of 870 lbs. Lacey is the daughter of Tom and DeAnna Winters of Necedah.

BY NANCY J SCHNEIDER Ever so often in the past I’d write a column with jokes in it. I feel we all need a bit of humor to help us make it through the day. So today I’m gonna give it a try. Some you may like and some you may think are dumb, but they are jokes that hit a funny bone with me. Two workmen at the clothing factory were laid off and went to the unemployment office. When the clerk asked his occupation, the first man said, “Panty Stitcher. I sew the elastic on to cotton panties.” Looking it up on her job list, she found that classed him as unskilled labor, so she gave him $300 a week in unemployment pay. “What did you do?” the clerk asked the second man. “Diesel Fitter” he replied. Diesel Fitter was classified as a skilled job, so the clerk awarded him $600 a week. When the first man found that out, he was furious and stormed back in to question the clerk. “He was paid twice as much,” she said, “because panty stitchers are unskilled and diesel fitters are skilled labor.” “What skill?” yells the panty stitcher. “I sew the elastic on and he pulls on it and says, ‘Yep, diesel fitter.’ ” The next one I think is cute. Little Red Riding Hood is skipping down the road when she sees the Big Bad Wolf crouched down behind a log. “My what big eyes you have Mr. Wolf,” she says. The surprised wolf jumps up and runs away. Further down the road Little Red Riding Hood sees the wolf again and this time he is crouched behind a tree stump. “My what big ears you have Mr. Wolf” she says. Again the foiled wolf jumps up and runs away. About two miles down the road, Little Red Riding Hood sees the wolf again, this time crouched down behind a road sign. “My what big teeth you have Mr. Wolf ”, taunts Little Red Riding Hood. With that the Big Bad Wolf jumps up and screams … “Will you get lost! I’m trying to poop.” Now I’ll pick on married couples. A couple had been married for many years and were celebrating their birthdays together. During the celebration a fairy appeared and said that because they had been such a loving couple all those years, she would give them each one wish.

The wife wanted to travel around the world. The fairy waved her wand and “poof” she held the tickets in her hand. Next it was the husband’s turn. He paused for a moment then said slyly, “Well, I’d like to have a woman 30 years younger than me.” The fairy picked up her want and “poof” he was 90. As long as we’re on the subject of married couples here’s one that is cute. Three men were traveling. They happened to meet in a bar in Wisconsin. One man was from Illinois, one from Minnesota, and one from Wisconsin. After some conversation and getting acquainted with each other, the began to each complain about something they didn’t like about their wives. They also gave the solution as to how things improved on the complaint. The guy from Illinois began by saying, “I told my wife in no uncertain terms that from now on she would have to do her own cooking. Well, I saw no improvement on the first or second days, but on the third day when I came home there was a wonderful dinner made, the table set beautifully and she served us wine and dessert.” The guy from Minnesota began by saying, “I told my wife that she would have to start doing her own shopping and cleaning. Well I saw nothing on the first or second day, but on the third day I came home from work and the shelves were all stocked and the house was cleaned.” The man from Wisconsin said, “I told my wife that she had to start doing the cooking, cleaning and the shopping. Well I saw nothing on the first day, nothing on the second day, but by the third day … I could see a little bit out of my left eye.” Yup - that’s a Wisconsin woman for you! And so it goes for this week. A little humor to help you get through the day. Until next week I’ll leave you with this NO-nonsense thought: Happiness comes when we stop complaining about the troubles we have and say thanks to God for the troubles we don’t have. n Nancy J Schneider is a member of The Wisconsin Regional Writers Association and writes freelance. Nancy can be reached at njswritingnook@yahoo.com.

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170,000 lbs of venison donated An increasing number of hunters and meat processors from all around the state donated their deer and volunteered their time to provide venison to people in need in 2012. More than 3,000 deer were donated through the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources deer donation program, which were then processed and distributed to food pantries statewide. Participation in the donation program was up 8 percent over 2011, likely a result of increased hunter turnout. “This year was a success thanks to the generosity of participating hunters, meat processors and volunteers alike,” said Noah Balgooyen, DNR Wildlife Damage Program biologist. “Over 170,000 pounds of ground venison was distributed to Wisconsin families in need of food assistance.”

Since the program started in 2000, hunters have donated over 80,000 deer, totaling more than 3.5 million pounds of venison. The program relies on cooperation with counties across the state, USDA-Wildlife Services, and community programs such as Hunt for the Hungry and Target Hunger Venison Donation program who help organize the donations, the processing, and ultimately the delivery to food pantries. For more information about the DNR’s deer donation program and how you can help, search the DNR website for keywords “deer donation.” FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Noah Balgooyen, DNR wildlife damage program biologist, 608-266-5230

Taking Refuge BY STEVE NORLING

The Necedah National Wildlife Refuge has finally found out how bad sequestration is going to affect it. For instance; new visitor center hours have been cut to 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Saturday. The refuge lands themselves remain open from sunrise to sunset 365 days a year. You can still come and hike the trails and take photographs any day, any time during those hours. The toilets at the end of the visitor center, which are entered from the outside, will also be open and available for use. There will be a reduction in staffing due to the fact that summer seasonal employees will not be hired. These are the people that would normally help with programs, do biological research, maintenance of facilities. Vacant refuge positions will remain unfilled and overtime has been eliminated. Things will have to be prioritized and some things will have to be put off until a later date. Endangered species will still be looked after along with bird populations, firebreaks, invasive species and water control structures. Habitat management, environmental education and outreach will be done as much as the shrunken budget allows. Wetland restorations, dike repairs, culverts and water control structure replacement are also on hold until a later date. Working with budget available (a 35% cut) the reduced staff and volunteers at the refuge will do their best to continue its service to the community. One of the bright spots in this week’s news is that the Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) funding is still intact. This means that there will be a crew of youth there again this year. It is not known at this time if there will be any changes made or not. There is another group to welcome at the refuge and that is another Americorps crew. They will not be here long as they were held over in Iowa for an extra week and will be leaving at the end of this week. I will cover them more next week. There will be another arrival at the refuge sometime in May. Doug Staller is returning to Necedah and back to his job as refuge manager. I do not know all of the reasons behind the move at this time; I just know that he is coming back. This will also help a little with the shortage of staff. There is another building for sale at the refuge. The old educational classroom, know as the Ellen Allan Classroom is being offered on a sealed bid auction. This building is 1,275 square feet, sits on a cement slab for easy removal, has one restroom with stool and sink, handicap ramp, decking and all doors and windows go with building. The interior is all knotty pine and the exterior is vinyl siding. There are two available times for viewing for those that are interested. The times are Friday, April 23 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM and Tuesday, May 7 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM. Those interested in viewing the building should contact Lorie Brown at 608565-2551 to set up an appointment. The bid packages are available at the visitor center. The bids must be received at the refuge no later than Friday, May 10, 2013. This is not a date to have it postmarked if you are mailing it in, this is the date that it must reach the refuge, so mail early. The bids will be open in the multi-purpose room of the visitor center at 9:30 AM on Tuesday, May 14, 2013. This is a great building and would make a great cabin for someone. With the visitor center once again being open on Saturdays, more of the public programs will be able to go forward. You may want to watch this column, as there could be changes in the hours of some of the programs. I have not been able to find out if any of the whooping cranes are nesting at this time. Much of the water on the refuge still has ice on it but that can change rapidly. I should know more about that next week and will have it in my column. All we can do is hope that this goofy weather does not mess up their habits. I have seen a number of deer, a number of turkeys, and a grouse so far this spring. Remember, turkey season is now open and if you have your permit in the zone with the refuge in it, the refuge is an excellent place to try for your turkey. Until next week, “See you at the refuge.”

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Weather delays sturgeon spawning This year’s unseasonably cold weather has the sturgeon population holding tight on its annual spawning run, putting sturgeon guards on ice for the time being. Typically, peak spawning of the prehistoric fish takes place between April 15 and May 1. “What the fish really need to begin spawning is water temperatures between 54 and 60 degrees,” explained Sturgeon Biologist Ryan Koenigs. “The later it gets in the season, the more likely they are to spawn in water a few degrees colder.” The delay means those who volunteered to guard the sturgeon during their spawning activities will likely need to find new times for their watch. The sturgeon guard program began in 1977 as a way to prevent poachers from illegally taking the fish. “The sturgeon guards are so important to

preserving the population of lake sturgeon we have,” explained Conservation Warden Carl Mesman, who helps coordinate the guard program. “We’ve already canceled guard shifts through April 26. This late spawning season means we could very well need guards into the first few weeks of May.” Sturgeon guards protect a portion of shoreline in 12 hour shifts. Anyone interested in taking part can do so by calling our customer service line seven days a week from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. at 1-888-936-7463 or by going online at http://dnr.wi.gov and searching for “sturgeon guard”. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Ryan Koenigs – 920-303-5450

An Outdoorsman’s Journal

Anything for a Walleye BY MARK WALTERS

Hello friends, The fieldwork for this week’s column goes back to March 28th and was completed on April 18th. As usual this week I am writing about the outdoors and a go for it attitude. My goal was to catch a large walleye or numbers of walleye out of my canoe and I fished the Wisconsin and Fox Rivers. Thursday, March 28th High 36, low 17 The Rivers Edge Resort and Tackle Shop are located on the Wisconsin River about two miles south of the dam at Wisconsin Dells. I am actually embarrassed to say that I do not believe that I have fished walleye from Rivers Edge, north to the dam and anyone that has ever tossed a jig knows that this is big time walleye country. First bit of info, every report I am hearing as I prepare to launch my canoe and talk to lots of fishermen, is that nothing is biting. Minimal current “water flow” and cold weather has kept the bite down to walleye under 15-inches for most fishermen. Next, I begin paddling; I have three methods of fishing, paddle trolling with crankbaits, and anchored or drifting and using jigs and also a dead stick with just a hook and a fathead minnow. Memories created, I am in the only canoe on the water, no one seems to be catching a legal walleye and lots of people are catching sturgeon or in most cases having sturgeon break their line. I fished until just before midnight, hid my canoe and crashed in The Chevy Hotel, sometime in the night a friendly Lake Delton police officer knocked on my window, said Mr. Walters I am just checking on you. In parting he told me that he enjoyed reading my column and I went back to la la land. The following morning the walleye bite was even less, it was Good Friday, but I did get a picture of a fishermen with a 50-pound flathead catfish. I remember he was from Pardeeville, and I lost the notes with his name “sorry”! I had my chance at a sturgeon; it got away! Wednesday, April 17th High 38, low 29 It was exactly 90-days ago that the weather in Wisconsin changed to cold and wet. I asked Mother Nature for that favor. Now I am asking her to let it be warm and bless us with an inch of rain a week. I was out of time for this deadline and had to leave. That is how I consoled myself as I loaded up my canoe in a thunderstorm/downpour and headed for Green Bay for a couple of days of catching huge walleye, out of my canoe on the Fox River. The thunder was so loud on the drive that I could hardly hear the radio. When I arrived at Fox Point Landing in DePere (I think that’s the name) there should have been 30 trucks with empty trailers in the parking lot there was only one. The wind was out of the north, which sucks because the Fox flows north and that meant drifting would be difficult. When I began paddling I truly was a happy man, I had not chickened out because of a measly thunderstorm and high winds, that’s what they make life jackets and rescue squads (hopefully not a dive team) for.

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First thing that happened was as soon as I hit the bottom with my jig a good fish hit it and the fight was on. Next I lost the fish. Next I fished for a very long time and it became dark. I tried drifting and jigging. That plan did not work very well as I kept getting pushed into shore. I noticed there were not any other canoes on the water; actually there was only one boat, plus me. I wondered if my five hundred dollar accidental death insurance policy would pay up should something go wrong? I also wondered if I should upgrade it to a thousand bucks? I noticed that the only thing that I could catch was a cold. It became dark; the fish still did not like my crankbaits, dead sticks, or jigs. I paddled up by the dam, scary current, when I turned around my crankbaits that I was paddle trolling with swam a head of my canoe. Even though it is dark vultures are flying overhead sensing an upcoming meal, the wind is picking up. Just like that, my “Husky Jerk” (that’s a lure not your next door neighbor) gets hit by something big and I know that I am like a genuine hero. The fight is on; the big fish swims into the Shad Rapp that I am dragging. I net my trophy! It’s huge! I am the man! I have overcome adversity! I shine my headlight on the big Kahuna in the net. It’s a carp. Eventually I paddled back to the Chevy Hotel where I have slept for probably a year of my life in the eleven years that I have been driving it. The next morning, it was very windy! It was raining and I may not have caught anything! Don’t sweat the small stuff! Sunset

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Fine Arts proudly displayed for Mauston School District On Monday evening, April 22nd, Mauston School District held a Fine Arts Show in the high school's gymnasium. On display were the creative works of the district's students. Every corner of the gymnasium was filled with pieces of art and while visitors took in the creative magic, the district's music department provided the background musical entertainment. Some art was sold in a silent auction for local artists and it was obvious that many other young local artists would be heading on to bigger and brighter futures in the art world. EVA MARIE WOYWOD PHOTOS

April 25, 2013

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