Calls to the newspaper may be interrupted by telephone problems

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Calls to the newspaper may be interrupted by telephone problems

Although most calls are going through to our Watertown office, some have had troubles handled by staff members working elsewhere in Rock and Jefferson counties.

“Please be patient and continue to reach out to us as the issue gets resolved. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause,” said Orestes Baez, APG Southern Wisconsin regional president. North Korea’s Kim seeks better ties with South, but slams US

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Story Highlights

  • Some people calling into the Watertown Daily Times might experience technical difficulties getting through.

  • APG Media’s carrier is dealing with an invasive threat that is interfering with the phone systems in these counties. The issues include calls not connecting, one-way calls where the caller cannot hear staff, and calls where the connection drops off mid-call.

Town of Lake MIlls addresses longstanding channel issues
By Amber Gerber Adams Publishing GroupSep 27, 2021
A lake issue that has been pushed to the side by previous Lake Mills Town Boards will likely be addressed in the near future. Board Chairman Thomas Buechel at the Sept. 14 board meeting said he would like to see the body focus on making improvements to the Miljala Channel, an inlet on the western side of Rock Lake.