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A suburb of Madison, Sun Prairie is the sixth-fastest growing city in Wisconsin, and itâ€™s the fastest-growing city with at least 10,000 people. It grew nearly 25 percent between 2000 and 2006. Due to the presence of hydric soils, flooding often occurs in the city because of spring melting and its close proximity to Koshkonong Creek. The world headquarters of General Casualty Insurance is Sun Prairie's largest employer. This city has been referred to as the "Groundhog Capital of the World," and Jimmy the Groundhog is a local favorite when Groundhog Day rolls around in February. Artist Georgia O'Keefe has called Sun Prairie home at times.
Local Newspapers: Sun Prairie Star Hometown Advertiser
Local Sports Teams: Wisconsin Badgers Madison Mallards
Local Colleges: University of Wisconsin Madison Area Technical College
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Towns/Cities near sun prairie, wisconsin : Burke Marshall Waterloo Madison Windsor Maple Bluff Cottage Grove
3 teens in custody for stealing a car
Officers observed a vehicle cutting in and out of traffic and attempted to stop it. Dispatch informed the officers that the vehicle had recently been stolen from Sun Prairie, police said.Revamp of Garver Feed Mill begins in Madison
The reconstruction of the old Garver Feed Mill in Madison is underway. Work has begun on the building that's just behind Olbrich Botanical Gardens.Madison Water Utility determining how salt ends up in Well 14
Madison Water Utility officials think they may know what's hurting water quality in a local neighborhood. For quite some time, road salt has been getting into the Spring Harbor area.Residents evacuate after Sun Prairie apartment fire, no injuries reported
According to a release from the Sun Prairie Fire Department, crews were dispatched around 1:43 a.m. to the 600 block of Schiller Street for a report of a structure fire in a 12-unit apartment complex. When crews arrived they encountered heavy smoke on the second floor of the building.Lawmaker Removed from Committee Assignments
State Representative Josh Zepnick has been facing calls to resign from his seat, after The Capital Times reported on Friday that two women claimed he tried to kiss them during political events in 2011 and 2015. One of the women was a staff member with the Democratic Party of Wisconsin at the time, while the other was a legislative employee.O'Keeffe's Desert Abstraction (Bear Lake) finds 'forever home' at the New Mexico Museum of Art
In honor of the New Mexico Museum of Art Centennial year celebration, the Museum of New Mexico Foundation made permanent its long-term loan of Georgia O'Keeffe's Desert Abstraction to the Museum. With this move, the 1931 O'Keeffe piece, becomes part of the Museum of Art's permanent collection.Local group helps people sign up for 2018 Healthcare Open Enrollment
Covering Wisconsin is a Madison-based organization that is ready to assist people who need to sign up before the December 15, 2017 healthcare open enrollment deadline. Many people are confused as to how to navigate the open enrollment process but Covering Wisconsin is here to help.Bank robbery suspect has half-dozen, open felony cases
Court records show a man charged in connection with a September bank robbery in Sun Prairie, has a half-dozen, open felony cases in Sauk County, with at least four of them filed with the court before the Sun Prairie crime. Bail was set Friday at $20,000 for 31-year old Alex Melton of Wisconsin Dells, who appeared in Dane County court.Wisconsin Candle Co. smells like home
What started out as a kitchen table project in 2012 has grown into a company supplying 60 small shops and boutiques in Wisconsin, the Boston Store, Sendik's and its own brick and mortar store. Deb Riphahn started the Wisconsin Candle Co.Controlled burn escalates into out-of-control fire in Sun Prairie
A controlled burn quickly escalated into an out-of-control fire Wednesday, according to the Sun Prairie Volunteer Fire Department. Firefighters were dispatched around 1:30 p.m. Wednesday to a small grassland fire.TDS to Buy Merrimac Communications
Adding another acquisition to its list, TDS Metrocom, a subsidiary of TDS Telecom, announced an agreement to buy Merrimac Communications. The Merrimac, Wis.-based operator's network passes more than 6,000 homes in three counties.Woman seriously injured, charged with OWI after crash
A Sun Prairie woman and Brooklyn man are recovering at UW Hospital following a serious crash Friday night, according to Dane County deputies. Authorities said that the incident happened around 11 p.m. on Happy Valley Road near Briar Lake in the town of Bristol.Sun Prairie community gathers for Christmas tree lighting ceremony
Dozens gathered in Sun Prairie for the city's tree lighting ceremony. The event, which always features a fire truck parade, is in its 102nd year.More
As the pharmacy industry struggles in smaller towns, leaving communities without a place to go for prescriptions, one local health care provider is using technology to serve more patients. SSM Health is expanding a new telepharmacy program.Kimberly claims 5th consecutive title, wins 70th consecutive game
Kimberly beat Sun Prairie in come-from-behind fashion to claim its 5th consecutive WIAA state championship winning its 70th consecutive football game. WFCA Offensive Player of the Year D.J. Stewart put the icing on the cake with another 3rd quarter touchdown run.What's Going Around: Rhinovirus
If you or a family member has been sick lately, it could be one of two things: rhinovirus or influenza. Dr. Danielle Gindlesberger with SSM Health in Sun Prairie says she's seeing rhinovirus in her clinic and influenza has now started to hit Wisconsin.Fort's 18- 21-year-old program highlighted
A spotlight on the 18- to 21-year-old program - designed to provide transition services for students with disabilities in the School District of Fort Atkinson - was presented to the board of education on Thursday. During their regular monthly meeting, board members heard Lisa Hollenberger, director of Special Education and Pupil Services, inform that passage of the Individuals with Disabilities Act in 1990 and subsequent reauthorization in 2007 mandates school districts to provide transition services for students with disabilities in order to improve post-school outcomes for these youth."Grandparent scam" leaves couple with huge credit card bill
We've seen it countless times, senior citizens falling victim to scams. Some are now out thousands of dollars including two grandparents in Cottage Grove who lost $7,000 to a con-artist.Pick - n Save, BP kick off donation program to benefit Meals on Wheels
Pick 'n Save and BP will partner with SSM Health at Home's Meals On Wheels program to donate food to home-bound residents throughout metro Madison from Nov. 14-28, 2017. BP will provide fuel gift cards to the Meals on Wheels volunteer drivers, to alleviate their pain at the pump as they make holiday meal deliveries.Burglar steals more than $2,000 in merchandise from store
A pharmacy store's surveillance video helped officers locate a burglar who stole more than $2,100 worth of merchandise, along with a large number of cigarettes, yesterday morning from the Walgreens, 2909 E. Washington Ave. Police arrested Danion M. O'Dell, 28, Sun Prairie and he is expected to face burglary charges, according to a Madison Police Department incident report. He flushed a toilet a number of times as officers moved in to make contact.
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