STATELINE NEWS -- “We have not come close yet to finding the perfect soybean because perfection is not achievable, but every year we try to get as close as possible.”
That has been Bill Campbell’s philosophy since joining Dairyland Seed Co. as a cross-breeder/germinator on Nov. 1, 1972.
He has worked with corn and alfalfa, but Campbell has concentrated his energy and efforts on soybeans since 1984.
ELKHORN -- He put students first for more than four decades. Individualized education programs, meetings with teachers, listening to parental concerns and wrangling over budgets were only a few items on his weekly agenda.
Greg Kostechka no longer worries about these things. That’s because he retired in March after 42 years at Lakeland School, the centerpiece of Walworth County’s special education system.
JANESVILLE MESSENGER -- Oak savannas are so rare in Wisconsin that less than 500 acres remain of the 5.5 million acres that covered Wisconsin before clearing, overgrazing and invasive species took over since the mid-19th century.
Are you looking to get the kids out of the house this summer where they can have adventures and learn something, too.
Summer day camps are a great way build valuable activities into your schedule.
Here are a few popular programs in the Stateline area:
Whether it’s signing up youth for their first lessons, participating in the weekly men’s or women’s scramble, teeing it up for bragging rights at a municipal tournament or joining the gallery at a PGA touring event, 2017 will offer Stateline area golf enthusiasts a wide variety of options to enjoy the links.
One such effort features the Walworth County Visitors Bureau, which is teaming up with nine golf courses in hopes that families and individuals will get out their clubs more often this year through a passport program.
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