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Catherine W. Idzerda

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    608-755-8259

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  • Department

    News

  • Position

    Reporter

  • Job Description

    Rock County government, Walworth County government, Clinton, Darien, Delavan, Sharon, agriculture

Catherine W. Idzerda

Ag tourism taking off
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Hall of Farm ceremony March 20
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Tower engineering contract is $18,200
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Now's your chance to nab local artifact
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Is food preservation a waste of time? This expert doesn't think so
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Board rules on worker's firing
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Board to decide employee's fate
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Darien administrator wins award
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No takers for airport restaurant
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County won't delay fired worker's grievance hearing
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County among top for soybeans, corn
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County board to hear grievance
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4-H Fair announces lineup
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Elkorn free clinic to offer dentistry
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Officials say road aid falls short
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Delavan-Darien referendum passes
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No new patients at Rock Haven
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Delavan police seek witnesses to chase
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Women's Resource Fair March 6-7
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Making your relationship better
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Consultant hired for nursing home
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Man claims $1 million Powerball prize
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Changes coming to County G
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Delavan-Darien asks for $1.25 million
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Six candidates in Clinton primary
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County seeking restaurant ideas
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Public input sought on interchange
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Arndts win first in yield contest
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Child returns to school after threat
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Rock Haven might see additional citation
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Brown bequest benefits Edgerton
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Bill designed for domestic violence victims
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Grant will transform Edgerton warehouse
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Volunteer faces sex assault charge
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Missing Milton man's family asks for help
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No rifle range, for now
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Weather by the numbers
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Future of highway department eyed
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Bridge health in Rock County
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January brings local artists and writers to JPAC
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