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She has no strong preference among locations, be it the UW Field House, the Kohl Center, the Alliant Energy Center, or the Resch Center in Green Bay, at least not that she’s willing to put out there. She’s been at all these locations and says they are all different in their special ways. In fact, Rita talks about being impartial during the games, not talking about anything aside from the game. “I wasn’t on the books until all our kids were out of high school,” she said. “It’s altogether different watching a game and scoring a game. I want to know where the basketball is all the time because that’s where the next potential point is coming from and I need to get that point marked down in the book.” She can’t allow herself to be a cheerleader for the home team, at least not during the games. “You have to keep an even keel; you have to remain neutral. I can’t get highs and lows during the game,” she said. Rita lives in rural Brigham with her son and daughter-in-law, but is most often seen at the scorers’ table in the Barneveld School District gymnasium. She usually travels to away games, too, and of course to playoff games. She enjoys driving, but has from time to time ridden the team bus. This all started when Rita was Rita Zander commonly keeps the clock at volleyball games, but scores most girls and boys basketball games teaching at Barneveld High School. She stepped into the position when the previous person was killed in the 1984 tornado. “I do it because I really, really enjoy doing it,” she said. “And I really, really, really enjoy working with Brian Walker. He scores in volleyball and I run the clock. It’s the other way around during basketball.” There are official scorers at each game and usually it is the person representing the home team who has that role. If there is a question as to who has the ball or who has fouled out, that sort of thing, the floor referees may come to the scorers’ table to get help. Rita has been put in that role a number of times partly because of the way she marks the books, beginning with the initial jump ball. “It happens a lot,” she said. How long will Rita Zander continue to be a landmark at Barneveld basketball and volleyball games? She’s worked out an agreement with school officials that if they see she is not doing a great job, she expects them to tell her that, and she’ll step aside. Even though the score keeper does not make any of the calls during the game, at some games that person does have a black and white striped shirt. And what she has in her books influences some evening outcomes and has an impact on record books for decades to come. The Village of Barneveld has set Halloween TRICK OR TREATING hours from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Friday, October 31st, 2014 24/7 . . . 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It resembles the aftermath of a wind storm that knocked down dozens of twigs. The end of each twig is not broken, but has gnaw marks left by a squirrel’s teeth. Once the twig is on the ground, the squirrel can move about freely, grab the acorn and either eat it or cache it for a later meal. Erika Forseth Erika Forseth BARNEVELD LEGION HALL HALL FOR RENT private partie s-reunions wedding recep tion and dances anniver sary-bir thday-graduation SMOKE FREE...AIR CONDITIONED...FULL KITCHEN...BAR For Bookings or Questions CALL TO BOOK YOUR LEE POLLOCK 576-4022 924-5404 FAMILY OR GROUP MARY ANN MYERS 924-4943 EVENT TODAY! WEDNESDAY HAPPY HOUR SPECIALS STO P IN CHURCH NEWS SPONSORS NEEDED LOOKING FOR 2-3 MORE SPONSORS PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL WITH ??? 924-2002 [email protected] Dr. Kimberly Ann Horsfall, DC, CCSP® “Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician” RENT BASED ON 30% OF YOUR INCOME www.barneveldfamilychiropractic.com The BFC invites you to join us on the 2nd Monday of the month to have a little fun and learn more about Young Living products. Meetings will take place from 5:30-6:30 at our Wellness Center Saturday by Appointment Visit our website to learn more about our Wellness Team members and the services they offer. October 12th Lector: Lynn Evans Servers: Dayne Evans Morgan Fuerstenberg Louden Fuerstenberg Greeters: Sue Nechkash October 19th Lector: Mike Ashmore Servers: Natalie Elfering Noelle Elfering Nicole Elfering Greeters: Don Nelson CONGREGATIONAL UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Rev. Donna Kaveloski (608) 778-4782 (cell) (608) 924-0086 (parsonage) e-mail: [email protected] Sun. Oct. 12th 9:00 am Worship Service Child Care Provided 9:15 am Sunday School 10:05 am Coffee Hour Greeters: Dale & Arlene Theobald Acolytes: Hunter Larson Scripture:Al Wright Offertory: Deb Hurlbert & Elsie Jane Murphy Coffee Hr: Hazel Roberts & Betty Owens 7:30 pm Alcoholics Anonymous Wed. Oct 15th 6:30 - 7:30 - Confirmation Class BARNEVELD LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. P. Jack Way Jr. 924-8621 [email protected] or www.barneveldlutheran.org Thursday October 9 8:30 – 11:30 Lefse making – come when you can leave when you need to 6:00 pm Stewardship meeting Saturday October 11 10 – noon Pastors office hours Sunday October12 8:30 am Choir practice for anyone who likes to sing – ALL welcome 9:00 am Worship 9:15-10:15 Sunday School Monday October 13 8:30 Potato making for lefse Tuesday October 14 8:30 – 11:30 Lefse making – come when you can leave when you need to 7:30 – 8:15 Pilates in facility Wednesday October 15 8:30 am Make potatoes for lefse 9:30 – 3:30 Food Pantry Open 6:00 – 8:00 pm Confirmation small group night Thursday October 16 8:30 – 11:30 Lefse making – come when you can leave when you need to Upcoming Trick or treat for the Hunger Wednesday October 22, 5:30 – 8:30 The Food Pantry is Open on Wednesday 9:30 – 3:30 or by appointment by contacting 924-8621. Donations are always welcome Barneveld Food pantry is a cooperative outreach of the Barneveld & Ridgeway churches, local organizations and private donations. The Food pantry, housed at the Barneveld Lutheran facility is available for those in need in the area. THE RECIPE BOX Country Apple Dumplings Pamper Yourself Or Loved One “The best chain saw made” Our customers say it. And they say it a lot. Ritchie Implement 100 W Industrial Dr Barneveld, WI 53507 608-924-9711 Prep Time: 20 Minutes Cook Time: 45 Minutes Ready In: 1 Hour 5 Minutes Servings: 16 “Oh my Goodness!! Who knew that fresh apples, crescent roll dough, and citrus soda could make such a wonderful treat!” INGREDIENTS: 2 large Granny Smith apples, peeled and cored 2 (10 ounce) cans refrigerated crescent roll dough 1 cup butter 1 1/2 cups white sugar 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 1 (12 fluid ounce) can or bottle Mountain Dew ™ DIRECTIONS: 1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease a 9x13 inch baking dish. 2. Cut each apple into 8 wedges and set aside. Separate the crescent roll dough into triangles. Roll each apple wedge in crescent roll dough starting at the smallest end. Pinch to seal and place in the baking dish. 3. Melt butter in a small saucepan and stir in the sugar and cinnamon. Pour over the apple dumplings. Pour Mountain Dew™ over the dumplings. 4. Bake for 35 to 45 minutes in the preheated oven, or until golden brown. Autume Gollon Direct: (608) 574-7500 [email protected] autumegollon.bunburyrealtors.com 130 N. Iowa St. Dodgeville, WI 53533 SCHOOL LUNCH MENU High Speed Internet Only $24.95 per month Free installation & No Equipment Fee with a 12-month contract. 200 East Main Street Mount Horeb, WI 53572 Sign up today! Call 437-5551 or visit us online at www.mhtc.net ww GAFFNEY FAMILY CATTLE “Our bus iness . 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John Murphy Construction Home qualifies for 0% down to qualified buyers Specializing in Roofing & Siding Apply with Fairway Mortgage at www.abapproves.com No project to big or too small Fully Insured Free Estimates DUE TO AN INCREASE IN BUYER ACTIVITY... WE NEED LISTINGS!! CALL TODAY! 207 N. 8th St., Mount Horeb, WI 608-437-6820 www.benderrealestate.com Deer Valley Golf Course and Lodge Barneveld 608-924-3033 John Murphy, Barneveld 608-212-7227 M e-mail [email protected] URTIS TABLES Instruction Horse Boarding Training Sales FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY PERSONALLY REWARDING MAGIC MOMENTS IN A PRISTINE COUNTRY SETTING 3073 County Road F, Barneveld, WI 608-437-3912 October 9th, 2014 Boys Cross Country Travels to Reedsburg By: Carolyn Karls Edited by: Samantha Schult On Saturday the 27th, the Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld boys cross country team traveled to Reedsburg. Freshmen Jack Hazen competed on the varsity team for this meet. Jack ran a time of about 21 minutes, and ended up placing 75th on Saturday. Sophomore Matthew Meyers also ran a close race in time with Jack Hazen. Matthew finished the race with a time of 21 minutes and 15 seconds. Jack Hazen and Matthew Meyers both ran very good races at Reedsburg on Saturday. Jack Hazen said, “we just need to keep up running fast through the rest of the season. Eagle Beat the Comets Eagle Flyer Editor: Samantha Schult Senior Profile: Nate Francque Edited By: Samantha Schult By: Sierra Eno Nate Francque is an outgoing senior at Barneveld High School. His attitude and work ethics brings a unique personality into the school environment. He works hard in both academics and sports. Nate’s favorite subject is math and his favorite teacher is Mr. Wood. Nate plays football and baseball. Outside of school and sports, he likes to hang out with friends and family. After high school, he wants to go to college and start a family. Nate is a good student that will be missed from BHS after graduation. Good luck to Nate with the rest of his senior year and wherever his future takes him. By Carly Kolze On September 30th the Barneveld girls volleyball team won an intense game against the Albany Comets. The girls won in four matches; 25-17, 25-17, 21-25, 25-20. Junior Taylor Owens led the team in kills with 11 as she also led the team in digs with 12. Junior Kelsee Fargo led the team with 21 assists and five aces. Senior Kassy Bauman was right along with Kelsee with five aces and Taylor led the team with eight aces. Our Barneveld girls fought hard and didn’t give up and that showed throughout the four matches. Deafening Defeat By: Cole Breuer Last Friday’s home game against the Deforest Norskies was disappointing for the Mount Horeb/Barneveld Vikings, but a key point in the season. As the kickoff came, there was little to no energy among the players and the fans. The Mount Horeb/Barneveld defense began the game sluggishly allowing two straight scores in the first half. The MHB offense continually made costly penalties and mistakes throughout the game that ended key drives. The offense seemed to gain some energy near the end of the first quarter and scored, but after that the energy seemed to drop off again. The score at half was Deforest-14, Mount Horeb/ Barneveld-7. The second half was a defensive battle as neither of the offenses could get anything going. The Norskies never crossed mid field into Viking territory and the Viking offense ended drives in the red zone four times. As the game clock struck 0, the score stood with Deforest being 14 and Mount Horeb/Barneveld 7. Battle with Sugar River By: Wes Williams Edited By: Samantha Schult Junior Taylor Owens serves the ball. The Barneveld Girls’ Basketball Team “More Than A Game” Cancer Awareness PINK Night Scheduled for February 5th, 2015 vs, Monticello T-Shirts are available and are great gift-giving ideas. Hoodies, Sweat Pants, LS T-Shirts and crews can be ordered (see Renee or the office for order forms). Shirts are Navy with white and pink lettering (very attractive)! Mark your calendar and plan to join us! Barneveld’s Fight Against Juda By: Corissa Lease Edited By: Samantha Schult Barneveld played the Juda Pathers in a fun, three match game. Taylor Owens led the team with 12 kills and 9 digs. Rachel Slaney had the most blocks, ending the night with a total of 4. Barneveld volleyball’s setter, Kelsee Fargo, had 17 assists throughout the 3 matches, and in aces for the night, Jenna Wright finished the three matches with an overall total of 5. The volleyball team gave it their all and it paid off well, ending the night by winning 3-0 with the scores of: 25-11, 25-18, and 25-11. Keep working hard and good luck on your matches to come! The Wisconsin Heights soccer team played home against Sugar River on Thursday the 25th. Both teams showed up to play, bringing a high pace and high pressure presents to the game. Heights kept the pressure higher Cole Breuer taking a break while the defense is and forced the majority of play on Sugar Rivon the field. er’s side, resulting in a tough 4-3 final. Heights goalie held tough as break a ways came his way, only allowing 3 goals and getting the win for the home team. Coaches words after the game, “We did a good job keeping up our inten- POSITIVE BEHAVIOR IS A WINNER sity and we never gave up. That’s a good team win.” The JV team lost a tough fought game 3-0. This year, Barneveld Elementary School adopted a slogan “I’m Fair, I Care, and I’m The week of October 5th-11th is Wisconsin There” as our Character pillars in Barneveld School Board Appreciation Week. Please take which is a part of our PBIS initiative. the time to thank our school board members at Barneveld: Tami Bowser, Peter Shatraw- As kids demonstrate these behaviors, they ka, Amy Perry, Tory Laube, Ted Thompson, are given a gold card by staff members. Kids Randy Oimoen, and Wanda Owens. Their will then be selected to receive rewards. job is tough with long hours and few thanks. Many times, these rewards cost nothing such as extra minutes at recess. However, some Heights Fall Again rewards may cost a modest amount and the celebrations that are used to pick may have By: Alyssa Doescher a cost such as a DJ for a celebration dance. Edited by: Samantha Schult For that reason, we held a fundraising The Heights JV game was a loss and event in partnership with Ubersox of Iowa the score was 3-0 against Lakeside Lutheran. County last Friday between 3:30 and 6:30. Heights couldn’t score and the defense was working hard. “This was a tough game but Thursday Because of the effort of 70 generwill be a better day.” said Bennett Applegate. ous folks who gave up a few minutes in their day, we raised $1,400. Varsity lost the game 2-0 to Lakeside Lutheran on Tuesday September 30th. Lakeside Lu- Thank you so much for your effort and giving theran was a very aggressive team. They could of your time! We are thinking about holdpass and dribble the ball very well. Heights ing this event again in the future. Please played hard but we had a hard time getting to the think about joining us again next time. ball. Lakeside Lutheran defense was pretty solid. “We played very hard, but they just Ben Jones, Principal played a better game than us. We just need to move on to the next game.” replied Riley Moore. Save The Date!!! Community Auction Saturday October 18th 9:00 Barneveld School Bus Barn All money raised will go the Barneveld Library Expansion Examples of items that could be donated to the Community Auction: Furniture, lawn care/furniture, gift certificates, cheese basket, beef basket, crafts, pet care, artwork, canned items (ex. jams, salsa), appliances ect. Items that have already been donated to the Auction: Load of Firewood Gutter Cleaning Roll Top Desk Youth Golf Clubs 2 Couches Treadmill Home Made Table If you would like to make a donation or have a question on a donation contact Mike Peterson at 608-341-7314 Remember all items donated to the library are tax deductable!!! Thanks you for your support of the Barneveld Library! The Barneveld Library Fundraising Committee Thank You!!! The Barneveld Fair Day Committee would like to thank the following for their help and donations to make Fair Day special. With numerous volunteers and donations it makes everyone's job easier and makes the day go smoothly! Without the volunteers Fair Day would not be possible. Barneveld Advancement Association Barneveld Police Dept Barneveld PTO Barneveld School Our Teachers Spanish Club Culvers Brian Walker Tadd Owens Kevin Knudson Jean Ann Swenson Barneveld Public Library The Dugout Club Hopeful Headlines / The Reeson’s Dr. Dustin Reeson/Reeson Chiropractic Barneveld Fire Dept Barneveld American Legion Barneveld Boosters Derek Schmitz / Titan Flooring Peoples Community Bank Pizza Hut Rue Excavating Nate Wood Bill & Patty Harris Deann Peterson Chris Thousand Dave and Shelly Lee Nick Meyer / County Line Concrete Dave Carden / DC Services Quantum Devices Shear Thing Salon 1000 Island Gavin & Guy Klingele Potterton Rule Inc. MHTC Capitol Painting Barneveld Subway Lucky’s Bar & Grill Jason Gordon / JG Flooring PCB Investments Dr. Dustin Reeson Black Earth Chiropractic Barneveld Family Chiropractic & Wellness Center Grand Marshall: Jim & Rosann Myers Judges: Deb Piquette Shelly Lee Donna Kaveloski Joann Manteufel Mary Ann Myer JoEllen Uptegraw Jasmine Tesdahl Thanks again for everything! The 2014 Fair Day Committee: Shannon Wood Melissa Carden Mike Peterson Melanie Norton Missy Gordon Shayla Danz Alyssa Bowe Michelle Kleimenhagen Heather Schmitz Megan Mieden Erin Meyer Lacey Reeson FALL SPECIALS Fall Aerating Special Starting At 39.99. Add A Fall Fertilizer App For An Additional 34.99 Fall Cleanup Service. (Leaf Removal) Call For Pricing Fall Landscape Projects- Receive 15% Off All Estimates. **prices are for a lawn size of 10,000 sq/ft or less - larger size lawns are an additional charge Retaining Wall Installation - Finish Grading/seeding - Flower Bed Installation THE BARNEVELD SHOPPER WANTS YOU! ADVERTISERS NEEDED NOW! 924-2002 [email protected] WWW.BARNEVELDSHOPPER.COM THE BARNEVELD/RIDGEWAY OVER 55 GROUP’S October 13th Harlan Rue will be our guest speaker. He is working on the Gold Star Boys of World War II. This is an account of men from the Barneveld area who were killed in action during World War II. October 27th, Darla Burton, Elder Benefit Specialist from ARDC, will have information on Part D Medicare. C LASSIFIEDS TO THE RESIDENTS OF THE VILLAGE OF BARNEVELD - Any qualified elector who is unSUCCESSFUL BUSINESSES ARE able or unwilling to appear at the polling place on USUALLY CONSISTENT Election Day may request to vote an absentee balAND AGGRESSIVE ADVERTISERS lot. The elector must also be registered and proof of identification must be provided in order to receive A common excuse from small business owners is “The BIG an absentee ballot. Please contact the Village Office businesses can afford to advertise, but we’re just a small at 924-6861 or 403 E. County ID, Barneveld, WI company. Sure, some of these big businesses started out 53507 to request an application to vote absentee. with large investment capital, but consider this perspecThe first day to vote an absentee ballot in the clerk’s tive—Perhaps they were small, gained momentum, and office is Monday, October 20th, 2014 (Hours for continued to grow because they understood the importance casting absentee ballots: Monday - Thursday 8:00 of and utilized their advertising. They out-advertised their a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (Noon) and 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 competition in order to gain their position, and then have p.m. and on Friday, October 31st, 2014 form 8:00 continued to advertise to maintain that position. a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.). The deadline for making an application by mail is 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 30th, 2014 and deadline for voting absentee in the clerk’s office is 5:00 p.m. on Friday, October 31st, 2014. Chainsaw Safety and Operations Class TOWN OF BRIGHAM – ABSENTEE VOTING Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to appear at the polling place on Election Day may request to vote an absentee ballot. Proof of identification must be provided before an absentee ballot may be issued. You must make a request for an absentee ballot in writing. There is an absentee ballot application on our web site: www.town.brigham.iowa.wi.us OR stop by the town office during the hours below. *** The deadline for making application to receive an absentee ballot by mail is: 5 pm on Thursday, October 30, 2014 *Voting an absentee ballot in person *You may also request and vote an absentee ballot in the clerk’s office during the days and hours specified for casting an absentee ballot in person. Audrey Rue, Town Clerk (608) 924-1013 407 E Business ID, Barneveld WI 53507 *Absentee Voting Hours: Monday through Thursday: 8:15 AM to 4:00 PM Fridays: 8:15 AM to 11:30 AM Office Closed every day from 11:30 AM to 12:30pn Office will be CLOSED on Monday, October 27th and Tuesday, October 28th The first day to vote an absentee ballot in the clerk’s office is: Monday, October 20, 2015 The last day to vote an absentee ballot in the clerk’s office: Friday, October 31, 2014 at 5:00 PM No in-person absentee voting may occur on a weekend or legal holiday. PUBLIC NOTICE – TOWN BOARD MEETING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Town of Brigham Town Board will meet on Monday, October 13, 2014 at 8:15 AM in the meeting room located in the Barneveld-Brigham Municipal Building in Barneveld Wisconsin. The agenda includes Review, Discussion, Consideration, Recommendation, Adoption of and/or Decision on the following: 1. Call Meeting to order – Public Notice 2. George & Theresa Korycan application for building site and driveway on Long Valley Road in the Town 3.Adjournment Audrey Rue, Clerk/Treasurer Monday, October 13th, 2014 Barneveld-Brigham Fire Station Class will start at 6:30 p.m. and is open to all Village of Barneveld and Town of Brigham residents There is No cost for attending the class HEALTHCARE EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Upland Hills Health *MSW – seeking a full-time MSW for a Hospice Social Worker position. *Director of Acute Care Services – full-time Med/ Surg/ICU nursing management position *RN Quality Improvement Coordinator - .8 FTE *PTA – full-time position – primary area, home care *COTA – full-time position – primary area, home care *OB RN - .75 FTE evening/night position; 12 hour shifts To find out more detailed information about all open positions and to apply, go to our website at www.uplandhillshealth.org. W i c k B ui l di n gs spe c i al iz es i n t he f o ll o win g are as o f co ns t ru ct io n : Suburban ♦ Commercial ♦ Agricultural ♦ Cont act Ryan Genrich 608-577-0108 for all your Post Fr am e nee ds ♦ Residential Ple as e ca ll 1 -800 -35 6 -968 2 or go t o Wi ck Buil di ng s. com t o g et FRE E i nfor mat ion on Wi ck Buil di ng s. Hel pi ng you get the buil di ng and serv i ce you de se rve! BARNEVELD SHOPPER SATURDAY NOON DEADLINE: 12:00 PM Items received on or before Saturday's mail will be included in the upcoming Thursdays publication. $10.00/30 words or less, 10 cents for each additional word after 30. Call 924-2002 for other ad cost. E-MAIL DEADLINE: 12:00 p.m. on Saturday. E-MAIL: [email protected] In the subject line enter (Shopper & your phone #) CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS ACCEPTED: call 924-2002 Please send/enclose payment to: Barneveld Shopper 2827 McSherry-Nihles Rd, Barneveld, WI 53507 AMERICAN LEGION SAL meets the 2nd Tues. of each month @ the Legion Hall. AMERICAN LEGION will meet the first Monday of each month at 7:00 PM at the American Legion hall. TH COMMUNITY CLOTHES CLOSET'S hours are the 2nd & 4th Saturdays, 10 a.m. -noon and the 3rd Thursday, 5-7 p.m. The Clothes Closet located at 102 E. Lincoln St., Mt. Horeb. FOOD PANTRY: The Barneveld Food pantry is a cooperative outreach of the Barneveld & Ridgeway churches, local organizations and private donations. The Food pantry, housed at the Barneveld Lutheran facility is available for those in need in the area. The Pantry is Open on Wednesday 9:30 – 3:30 or by appointment by contacting 924-8621. Donations are always welcome. THE BARNEVELD ADVANCEMENT ASSOCIATION is looking for new members. We meet the 3rd Tuesday of every month, so if you’re interested in giving back to the community please come to the American Legion Hall at 7pm. THE BLUE MOUNDS FOOD PANTRY & CLOTHING CONNECTION is located at 11010 Blackhawk Drive, located in the Blue Mounds Industrial Park south of Hwy 18/151. Hours are every Thursday from 9 to 11 and 4 to 6. We have no residence restrictions. You can come every week. We offer free food and clothing. Questions about food contact Sharon at 437-8680 or clothing contact Fran at 437-2213. Always willing to accept donations. Monetary ones can be sent to PO Box 92, Blue Mounds, WI 53517 while others can be brought to the Pantry during open hours or call the contacts. BARNEVELD SCHOOL BOARD meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. Everyone welcome. BARNEVELD HEAT I NG (FORMERLY SOUTHWEST MECHANICAL) FOR ALL YOUR HVAC NEEDS ROGER UPTEGRAW 608-220-1667 OR 608-924-2053 FORD APPLIANCE “SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS” MINERAL POINT 662 Dodge St. 608-987-2748 Visit Either Location 608-776-3333 *Refrigerators *Microwaves *Water Softeners *Washers/Dryers *Freezers *Water Heaters *Dishwashers [email protected] DARLINGTON 420 Main St. After the sale it's the service that counts. Purchase locally and get fast, reliable, and friendly service! BARNEVELD BOOSTER CLUB We have your back. FOOTBALL...VOLLEYBALL X-COUNTRY...CHEERLEADING SUPPORT OUR YOUTH Stamp A Stack Join us in making 10 cards with envelopes. This months theme is Halloween and Birthday Cards. Monday October 20, 2014 Barneveld Lutheran Church 6:30-9:00 FREE GIFT if you RSVP by Friday Oct. 10th. FREE GIFT if you bring a friend. Childcare is available, please contact prior to the event. Hope to see you there!!! Inspire...Create...Share Stampin Up! You need a farm insurance company that knows the area and your individual needs. We have protected area farmers for decades with quality insurance coverages and friendly local service. Michelle Ihm - Independent Demonstrator 608-924-2616 Cell 574-4866 [email protected] New WI Voter Photo ID Rules – Major Changes Iowa County Clerk Greg Klusendorf urges voters in Iowa County to plan now to make sure they have the acceptable photo ID to vote beginning with the November 4, 2014 Election. Most voters already have one of the types of photo ID required to vote. Election Day Call Us 608-437-7226 www.trollwayinsurance.com Scott Marty Trollway Insurance LLC 312 East Main Street Mount Horeb, WI 53572 On Election Day, voters must provide one of the following photo IDs before they can cast a ballot: - Wisconsin Driver’s License - Wisconsin State ID Card - Military ID Card - U.S. Passport * The above IDs are still valid if expired after the date of the most recent general election which was November 6, 2012. The following forms of photo ID are also acceptable, but must be unexpired: - A Certificate of Naturalization Driver’s License Receipt issued by the WI DOT ID issued by a federally recognized Wisconsin Indian Tribe A photo ID issued by a Wisconsin accredited university or college (please contact your Local Clerk, the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board or your college or university for specifications) * An acceptable photo ID is not required to include a current address. If you do not have a valid WI Driver’s License or WI State ID you can receive a free WI State ID from your local Department of Motor Vehicles if you specifically request a free ID for voting purposes. Please contact your local DMV or your local clerk for more information. Absentee Voting During in-person absentee voting, voters must present photo ID just like on Election Day. In-person absentee voting can begin the third Monday before the election, and must end at 5 p.m. or the close of business, whichever is later, the Friday before the election. Contact your local municipal clerk for absentee voting hours. When voters request an absentee ballot by mail, they must include a photocopy of their photo ID with the request, or the ballot cannot be mailed. Voters who are “indefinitely confined” because of age, illness, infirmity or disability and voters in care facilities may have their absentee witness verify their identity instead of providing a copy of their photo ID. Active members of the U.S. Armed Services who are away from home are also exempt from the photo ID requirement. For specific questions on how the new Voter ID law affects you please contact your local clerk or the County Clerk’s office at the Iowa County Courthouse, 222 N. Iowa Street, Dodgeville, 608-935-0399. Voters are also encouraged to visit the Wisconsin Government Accountability’s Voter ID website www.bringit.wisconsin.gov for information about the new law. Questions About The Real Estate Market? Buying Or Selling A Home Or Land? Call, Text, Or E-mail Me!
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