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  • GL Council splits on USDA grant; mayor breaks tie
    Green Lake City Council becomes divided as council members discussed the proposed USDA grant for economic development, but despite the conflicting opinions, the council approved applying for the grant as a result of the mayor breaking the tie vote.
  • A little music among ... friends
    Ripon High School hosted its annual spring concert last week Monday night, honoring graduating seniors and band teacher Sandra Polcyn.

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Thai Traditional Dancing at Green Lake
Grins were no stranger to Green Lake School last week Monday morning when the visiting Thai middle school students hosted a presentation on their country and its culture. During the presentation, the Thai students performed several dances in brightly colored traditional garb. They then ushered everyone from the bleachers onto the gym floor into a large circle to learn and practice a Thai dance. As Green Lake students and staff walked around the gym, the Thai girls would weave through the throng, instructing people on the proper hand and arm movements.
Flooding around the Ripon area - March 14-15, 2019
Rapid runoff Thursday has had lingering affects on the Riopn area as creeks continue to process the extra water. Watch as water begins to flow out of far-flung fields toward Ripon, and how Ripon is affected by them.
Brandon Veterans Day 2018
Brandon Elementary/Middle School hosted its annual Veterans Day program Friday, Nov. 9 in honor of those who have served.
Merrill talks about service
Private First Class and 2018 Ripon High School graduate Cody Merrill spoke via a Facebook video during the Ripon Veterans Day program Friday, Nov. 9.
Ripon High School students participate in walkout
Forty students from Ripon High School participated in the walkout today held as part of a national movement to protest gun violence in schools, call for legislative changes and honor the memory of 17 people killed Feb. 14 in Parkland, Fla.
RC women win coin flip to host tourney
The Ripon College women's basketball team react as it wins a coin flip over Cornell to host the Midwest Conference Tournament. The video was taken by Ripon College Sports Information Director Michael Westemeier.
Lopez Buzzer Beater
Austin Lopez makes a basket at the buzzer to lift Ripon to a 44-42 win over Little Chute Tuesday night. It was the Tigers' first win of the season.
Fire at Alliant Energy substation in Ripon
A fire occurred in the early morning hours of Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, at the Ripon substation for Alliant Energy.
Community policing in Ripon
What happens when a Ripon Police officer encounters a few kids playing near the road?
Lee's buzzer beater sends Ripon to sectional finals
Ripon High School senior Melvin Lee hit a 3-pointer as time expired to give the Tigers a 53-50 win over Waupun tonight (Thursday) in a sectional semifinal game in West Bend.
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