(Beaver Dam) Your weekend will be one hour shorter than normal. That’s because Daylight Savings time begins at 2am Sunday morning, and we’re all supposed to move our clocks ahead one hour before going to bed tonight. Officials with the Beaver Dam Fire Department say while you are changing your clocks for the beginning of Daylight Savings Time, take a few extra minutes to check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. They recommend changing the batteries and making sure the detectors work.
(Mayville) A Mayville man accused of having illegal images of children entered a not guilty plea during his arraignment hearing this week. Kevin Cannon allegedly admitted to looking at illicit content. He reportedly told investigators he was researching to see where he could find child porn and do a paper on the dark web. If convicted, the 49-year-old faces up to 125 years in prison.
(Juneau) The Dodge County Senior Nutrition Program is in need of volunteer drivers for their Home Delivered Meals program. Home Delivered Meals is a service designed to provide nutritious, well-balanced meals at a minimal cost for the homebound elderly. Officials with the program say they need drivers in the Lomira as well as the Hustisford/Watertown areas. A driver is also needed Thursdays in Beaver Dam and Friday’s in Juneau. A valid driver’s license/vehicle insurance is required. Mileage reimbursement is offered. More information is available at DailyDodge.com.
(Juneau) The deadline to register for the Dodge County Forage Council 2023 Annual Winter meeting is approaching. Producers, consultants, agronomists, and nutritionists are encouraged to register by March 22nd. However, organizers say walk-ins are welcomed. The meeting will take place at the Pizza Ranch in Watertown on March 24th. Day-of registration begins at 10:45am with the program starting promptly at 11am. A link to the registration can be found at DailyDodge.com.
(Lebanon) A church in Lebanon will host a food pantry distribution event this coming week. The monthly Ruby’s Pantry Food Distribution will be at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church on W4661 County Road MM on Tuesday (March 14th). The cost is $25 per share and those going can purchase more than one. Organizers say each share may not be identical but will contain at least $100 to $150 worth of groceries. Residents are asked to have exact change ready. The event gets underway at 3:30pm and continues to 6pm or until all 312 shares are gone. Guests are asked to stay in their vehicle until they are directed to pick up their share.