This summer, Mother Nature has been treating this area pretty much the same way a baby treats a diaper--heavy saturation with dangerous floating debris. This weekend, however, it looks like we're getting a break.
It had to be one of the stranger calls ever fielded by the Baraboo, Wisconsin Police Department, but as law enforcement officers quickly determined, the person who phoned in to tell them that a large elephant was in her backyard eating marigolds wasn't kidding.
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