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In Focus: Platteville Dairy Days preps for 75th anniversary

PLATTEVILLE, Wis.— This year marks the 75th anniversary of Dairy Days in the community of Platteville. The festival runs September 9 to 11 this year. Organizer Roberta Buss said Dairy Days is about celebrating Platteville's agricultural roots, and acknowledging the hard work of dairy farmers and the contributions they make to Wisconsin's economy.
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Lancaster man dies in Grant Co. crash

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - A Lancaster man died Thursday morning when the van he was riding in collided with a semi in rural Grant County, the Sheriff’s Office reports. According to its statement, Emmanuel Garcia Ortiz, 34, was the passenger in a 2008 Ford Econoline van that was heading west on Hwy. 18, near the eastern border of the county. Investigators determined the van was turning onto Bethel Road around 11:45 a.m. when it was struck by an oncoming semi, sending both vehicles into a cornfield.
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4 American Players Theatre artists on how APT is redefining 'classic'

American Players Theatre is a literary place. Where some theater companies emphasize dance, experimental design or new voices, this classical repertory company in Spring Green has been driven by poetry and prose for 45 years. Much of the eight-play 2022 mainstage season goes back to the kinds of stories for...
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2 Vehicle Crash Leads to Grant County Man’s Death; Infant Involved

According to a report from the Grant County Sheriffs office, a rural Glen Haven man was killed in a two vehicle crash, during which his toddler was in the car on Wednesday morning (6/29). The Grant County Sheriff’s Office says, 33-year-old Nathan Williams crossed the center line on Highway 61 south of Boscobel, driving a 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix, and collided with a Freightliner semi heading in the opposite direction. Williams did not appear to be wearing a seat belt. He and his son were taken to an area hospital. The toddler was examined. Williams was later pronounced dead. The Dubuque truck driver was uninjured in the crash, which remains under investigation. More details as it unfolds.
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