Arctic blast brings early ski season to southern Wis.

Tyrol Basin hopes to open 2 ski runs this weekend

An arctic blast has gripped much of the nation causing temperatures to plunge. While that is unwelcome news to many it is cause for celebration at Wisconsin ski resorts.

2 students suspected in Mount Horeb Adderall case

Several students admitted to taking Adderall, police said

Two students are facing potential charges after an investigation into the use of Adderall at Mount Horeb High School, according to a release from Mount Horeb police.

Little Norway closes doors after 86 years

Owner grateful for years he had running facility

Citing financial constraints, the owners of the Little Norway Norwegian homestead-turned-tourist attraction have closed the facility, put in on the market, and are donating or selling its artifacts.

Travel co. offers Mt. Horeb man free trip

Couple claims they paid another company $6K for tour that never happened

A World War II history travel company in Kentucky is offering to take a Mt. Horeb veteran and his wife on a "Band of Brothers" tour to visit European battlefields for free after the couple's original tour company out of Massachusetts took their money and did not follow through on the travel.

Armed pharmacy robber tries to get away on bike

Police: Man demands medication, threatens staff with knife

An Evansville man robbed a pharmacy and tried to get away on a bicycle Monday morning, according to a release from Mount Horeb police.

WEDC grant aims to add jobs in Mt. Horeb

Duluth Trading Company will open marketing department in new renovated building

The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation hopes a new grant will help with job growth in Mount Horeb.