Local News Archives for 2023-05

Veterans Memorial Pool - Updates

Randy Wojtasiak, Director of Parks and Recreation and Zack Stupnik, Aquatics and Fitness Supervisor stopped by the studio this morning to discuss some of the happenings at Veterans Memorial Pool, as well as the Signicast Aquatic Center. 

The opening weekend for the outdoor Veterans Memorial Pool is set for June 3rd & 4th, open from 12pm to 6pm. 

Main Street is currently under construction, but there will be parking available on Monroe Ave. Construction is anticipated to be complete by mid-June. 


Special Olympics fundraiser set for Friday, May 19th


Dunkin’ and the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Wisconsin are thrilled to continue the incredible tradition of raising funds to benefit Special Olympics Wisconsin athletes across the state.

Tomorrow, May 19 from 5:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. at 66 participating Dunkin’ locations, including Hartford, will raise funds for the 11th year in a row. Local law enforcement will take to the roof of participating Dunkin’ locations for Cop on a Rooftop benefiting Special Olympics Wisconsin. Stop in and say hello to local law enforcement, athletes and volunteers to show support and celebrate inclusion.

Everyone making a donation receives a free donut– make a donation of $10 or greater and receive a coupon for a free medium hot coffee!

Happy 105th Birthday to Evelyn Horst!

Evelyn Horst – she is a wonderful strong Lutheran woman.  She is so kind and thinks of others before herself.  She is a wonderful baker – makes the BEST homemade caramel corn, pecan fingers, lemon meringue pie, cookies.  She is also an active gardener – our garden would not be as plentiful without her.  She trims up all our green beans for all to enjoy.  She is an active member at The Gardens where she has lived for several years as well as Peace Lutheran and Senior Friends.

(yes that is a snake she has LOL – it was a visitor)


She is a blessing to have!!!

HUHS Day of Service

It's the Day of Service for Hartford Union High School.

Superintendent Jeff Walters stopped by the WTKM studios this morning, before joining a group of 12 students that will be working on landscaping.

Hartford Union High School staff members and over 1,200 students are working at over 30 different locations in Washington County, involved with volunteer work.

HUHS shows their appreciation for their community every year during the Day of Service.