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September 2014


It's a snowy, slippery election day

Primary election day is getting off to a slippery start this morning, as light snow has caused slick driving conditions. A handful of accidents have been reported, two of them serious enough to shut down roads for a time: Highway 83 was closed in both directions at Nagawicka in Delafield because of an accident, and a rollover accident on Valley Road near Silver Lake shut down that road for a time this morning.

The polls are now open and will remain so until 8 p.m. There are three primaries in the area:

Lake Country Municipal judge, where Tim Kay, Dan Fay and Peter Wolff will face off to narrow the field for the general election in April;

Hartland-Lakeside School District referendum, which seeks an additional $930,000 in operating expenses;

and in Vernon, where voters will narrow the field of three to two. Jesse Smith, Jane Craig and Dave Nowicki are squaring off.

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