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After several intense rain storms this month, water levels in Lake Monona and Mendota remain high. As a result, the city is providing Madison residents free sand and bags to protect their property in flood prone areas. According to Dane County, as of Friday morning the water level in Lake Monona was ...
The Tenney Lock on the Yahara River at the outlet of Lake Mendota will remain closed until May 20 because of an electrical malfunction. AMBER ARNOLD -- State Journal Boaters head toward the waters of Lake Mendota while passing through the Tenney Locks at Tenney Park in this September 2014 photo.
MADISON, Wis. (WMTV)---Concerns about flooding in the Madison area will remain high at least through Wednesday. City of Madison leaders want everyone to prepare for the worst and hope for the best ...
Lake Mendota. Lake Mendota is the largest and deepest lake in the Yahara chain of lakes. The lake is surrounded by mostly agricultural land with areas of rapid urban growth. The north end of the Yahara Watershed, to the north of Lake Mendota, is known for fertile soils and multi-generational dairy farms.
Serial Killer Will Remain at Mendota Mental Health Institute 22-Mar-2018 For the second time in 18 months, a Washington County judge has turned down a 71-year-old serial killer's request to be released from the Mendota Mental Health Institute.
SALT LAKE CITY — The Salt Lake Temple will close on Dec. 29, 2019. It will remain closed for about four years, church officials announced Friday. The majority of the grounds will remain open for ...
Lake Waubesa and Lake Kegonsa are the other two lakes that make up the Yahara chain of lakes near the city. At six miles long and four miles wide, Lake Mendota is the largest of the four lakes. In fact its name is Chippewa for "large" or "great." Lake Mendota is a natural lake, but it was dammed.
Perhaps one of the greatest attributes of Mendota County Park is the public access it affords to Lake Mendota. Located at the park are a swimming beach, small watercraft boat landing, and 5 boat camping sites. Mendota County Park is used extensively by ice anglers for lake access in the winter and by a variety of water recreation enthusiasts
Forgotten castle on shore of Lake Mendota stands out in Madison’s weird history Little is known about mysterious 1860s estate that stood as focus of local lore