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American Dairy Queen Corp. has lost a federal lawsuit accusing a Massachusetts company of trademark infringement for attaching the name "Blizzard" to its bottled water. [Read More]
School's out and that means one thing, summer is officially here. As the days grow longer and brighter, many of us will be taking full... [Read More]
The Watertown Elks Lodge will hold a mortgage burning ceremony from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at the city parking lot at 100 E. Madison... [Read More]
Babysitter's training course with optional pediatric CPR and first aid — This class is for kids ages 11 to 15. Class will be held July... [Read More]
The write your own story group will meet at the Jefferson Senior Center, 859 Collins Road, at 10 a.m. Thursday, July 7. The topic will... [Read More]
Following is the Watertown TV weekly schedule for channel 985. [Read More]
Twelve Wisconsin companies, including one in Watertown, will receive a DATCP Buy Local, Buy Wisconsin Grant in 2022, according to the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture,... [Read More]
More than 100 million adults in the U.S. are now living with diabetes or pre-diabetes, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. [Read More]
The Johnson Creek American Legion Post has announced its Memorial Day raffle winners. [Read More]
The Class of 1952 of Watertown High School held their 70th reunion at Lindberg's by the River on Thursday, June 9. In attendance were 19... [Read More]
Dodge and Jefferson County... [Read More]
The Detroit Pistons suddenly have a dynamic backcourt, giving the three-time championship franchise a chance to restore a bit of glory. [Read More]
Aaron Judge lined a game-winning single on the eve of his salary arbitration showdown, capping a four-run ninth inning that included Aaron Hicks' tying three-run... [Read More]
An abortion-rights activist stands outside the U.S. Supreme Court, Thursday, June 23, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Gemunu Amarasinghe) [Read More]
Minnesota's population of gray wolves is resilient and robust, wildlife managers said Thursday as they released a draft updated plan to keep it that way. [Read More]
A Capitol Police Officer works by the anti-scaling fencing outside the Supreme Court, Thursday, June 23, 2022, in Washington. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin) [Read More]
Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman, an investigator hired by Republicans to look into former President Donald Trump's 2020 loss in the battleground state,... [Read More]
The Jefferson Common Council on Tuesday approved a special event application for the 2022 WISCO Chase Rowing Regatta and city officials are excited. [Read More]
Funeral services have been set this Friday for a young man from Johnson Creek who loved learning, but whose life was tragically cut short by... [Read More]
The Whitewater city manager will be Dodge County's new administrator, starting Aug. 21. [Read More]
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