On July 4, 2020 the fireworks in Mazomanie were set off the Bluff due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This would allow people to stay at their homes and watch the fireworks.
On July 4, 2020 the fireworks in Mazomanie were set off the Bluff due to the Covid-19 pandemic. This would allow people to stay at their homes and watch the fireworks.
Fireworks being shot off the Bluff reflect in the water of Lake Marion. July 4, 2020.
Fireworks being shot off the Bluff reflect in the water of Lake Marion. July 4, 2020.
Fireworks being shot off the Bluff reflect in the water of Lake Marion. July 4, 2020.
Fireworks being shot off the Bluff reflect in the water of Lake Marion. July 4, 2020.
Fireworks were set off the Mazomanie Bluff for the first time in Mazomanie history. July 4, 2020.
Fireworks were set off the Mazomanie Bluff for the first time in Mazomanie history. July 4, 2020.
Jack Goetsch, left, and Mike Luepke of Spielbauer Fireworks prepare fireworks to be launched off the Mazomanie Bluff. July 4, 2020.
Jack Goetsch, left, and Mike Luepke of Spielbauer Fireworks prepare fireworks to be launched off the Mazomanie Bluff. July 4, 2020.
A view of the firework tubes facing towards Lake Marion in Mazomanie. July 4, 2020.
A view of the firework tubes facing towards Lake Marion in Mazomanie. July 4, 2020.
Jack Goetsch, left, and Mike Luepke wire up boxes full of fireworks in preparation for the Mazomanie show. July 4, 2020.
Jack Goetsch, left, and Mike Luepke wire up boxes full of fireworks in preparation for the Mazomanie show. July 4, 2020.
Jack Goetsch fills 6, 32 gallon buckets full of 5" fireworks to refill the firework tubes after they are launched.
Jack Goetsch fills 6, 32 gallon buckets full of 5" fireworks to refill the firework tubes after they are launched.
The Mazomanie Fire Department prepares their personnel and equipment to make sure the firework show runs smoothly. July 4, 2020.
The Mazomanie Fire Department prepares their personnel and equipment to make sure the firework show runs smoothly. July 4, 2020.
A Tomah ambulance caught on fire on Highway 12 near Bluffview on January 13, 2019.
A Tomah ambulance caught on fire on Highway 12 near Bluffview on January 13, 2019.
Michael Lawler holding a photo taken by Chris Collins of his flood damaged home.
Michael Lawler holding a photo taken by Chris Collins of his flood damaged home.
Chris Collins took this photo on his way through Mazomanie one night and surprised the owner with with the photo on October 12, 2019.
Chris Collins took this photo on his way through Mazomanie one night and surprised the owner with with the photo on October 12, 2019.
Chris Collins (left) showing Michael Lawler some photos he's taken over the years. Chris and Michael both share a great passion for photography.
Chris Collins (left) showing Michael Lawler some photos he's taken over the years. Chris and Michael both share a great passion for photography.
Two workers disconnect straps after a crane lifts a new prefab home into place.
Two workers disconnect straps after a crane lifts a new prefab home into place.
A worker directs the crane operator for lifting the home.
A worker directs the crane operator for lifting the home.
The Foresth family stands in front of their home for one last photo before it is destroyed.
The Foresth family stands in front of their home for one last photo before it is destroyed.
118 East Hudson Street sits abanonded one night before it's destruction.
118 East Hudson Street sits abanonded one night before it's destruction.
Vince Foreseth and his father, Terry, stand silent as their flood damaged home is destroyed.
Vince Foreseth and his father, Terry, stand silent as their flood damaged home is destroyed.
Cody Lochner, Boehnen Inc, worked all day on tearing down the Foreseth home at 118 E Hudson Street in Mazomanie.
Cody Lochner, Boehnen Inc, worked all day on tearing down the Foreseth home at 118 E Hudson Street in Mazomanie.
In just a couple hours the Foreseth home is completely knocked down.
In just a couple hours the Foreseth home is completely knocked down.
Teresa Travis cleans the upstairs of her parents home as it will soon be torn down.
Teresa Travis cleans the upstairs of her parents home as it will soon be torn down.
Reflecting on old memories.
Reflecting on old memories.
Teresa Travis glances at old memories as she sorts through papers.
Teresa Travis glances at old memories as she sorts through papers.
The Travis family poses for one last photo in front of their home.
The Travis family poses for one last photo in front of their home.
The Travis home was pulled down by a truck and cable on April 21, 2019. The flood of August 21, 2018 left the home uninhabitable.
The Travis home was pulled down by a truck and cable on April 21, 2019. The flood of August 21, 2018 left the home uninhabitable.
Matt and Joe Travis inspect their parents home after it is destroyed.
Matt and Joe Travis inspect their parents home after it is destroyed.
Larry P and Larry J Travis take a quick break after tearing down 109 Cramer Street.
Larry P and Larry J Travis take a quick break after tearing down 109 Cramer Street.
Joe Travis gets ready to pull down his parents home on April 21, 2019.
Joe Travis gets ready to pull down his parents home on April 21, 2019.
Mitchell Travis takes a self portrait in the remains of his home.
Mitchell Travis takes a self portrait in the remains of his home.
Mitchell Travis looks back on a days work of cleaning up his demo'd home.
Mitchell Travis looks back on a days work of cleaning up his demo'd home.
Several Mazomanie residents volunteer their time to fill sandbags as quickly melting snow floods backyards and overflows the Black Earth Creek.
Several Mazomanie residents volunteer their time to fill sandbags as quickly melting snow floods backyards and overflows the Black Earth Creek.
Hundreds of sandbags are stacked onto pallets ready to be dispersed to Mazomanie residents in need.
Hundreds of sandbags are stacked onto pallets ready to be dispersed to Mazomanie residents in need.
Just feet from the Black Earth Creek, Cramer street flood.
Just feet from the Black Earth Creek, Cramer street flood.
Mark Geisler delivers sandbags for residents in need.
Mark Geisler delivers sandbags for residents in need.
State street flooding in Mazomanie seems to be the new normal as it flood due to rapidly melting snow.
State street flooding in Mazomanie seems to be the new normal as it flood due to rapidly melting snow.
Curtiss Street in Mazomanie floods as it is a very low lying area next to the Black Earth Creek.
Curtiss Street in Mazomanie floods as it is a very low lying area next to the Black Earth Creek.
Barricades close streets in Mazomanie as roads become impassable from rapidly melting snow on March 14, 2019.
Barricades close streets in Mazomanie as roads become impassable from rapidly melting snow on March 14, 2019.
Multiple fire departments work to extinguish a house fire in Mazomanie. The home was later deemed a total loss.
Multiple fire departments work to extinguish a house fire in Mazomanie. The home was later deemed a total loss.
Mazomanie Engine 2 on the scene of Mazomanie house fire.
Mazomanie Engine 2 on the scene of Mazomanie house fire.
Dozens of firefighters work hard to put out a home that caught fire in Mazomanie.
Dozens of firefighters work hard to put out a home that caught fire in Mazomanie.
Pete Peterson's breathe shows on a chilling 3 AM call to a home on fire.
Pete Peterson's breathe shows on a chilling 3 AM call to a home on fire.
Bob Dublin holds his dog, Mandie, as he ponders on what to do with his destroyed house.
Bob Dublin holds his dog, Mandie, as he ponders on what to do with his destroyed house.
Bob Dublin and his family stand in his destroyed house trying to figure out which way to flip the switch.
Bob Dublin and his family stand in his destroyed house trying to figure out which way to flip the switch.
Bob Dublin and his dog, Mandie, stand in his house exactly 6 months after historic Mazomanie flooding destroyed it
Bob Dublin and his dog, Mandie, stand in his house exactly 6 months after historic Mazomanie flooding destroyed it
Bob Kelter holds a "vote" sign encouraging people to go vote on Tuesday.
Bob Kelter holds a "vote" sign encouraging people to go vote on Tuesday.
Larry J. and Larry P. work hard on gutting out a 150 year old house in Mazomanie after the historic August flooding.
Larry J. and Larry P. work hard on gutting out a 150 year old house in Mazomanie after the historic August flooding.
Teresa Travis stares at hand hewd ceiling joists.
Teresa Travis stares at hand hewd ceiling joists.
Mitchell Travis takes a self portrait in a pile of metal that has been gutted from his home.
Mitchell Travis takes a self portrait in a pile of metal that has been gutted from his home.
Mitchell Travis poses for his self portrait series in his flood damaged home.
Mitchell Travis poses for his self portrait series in his flood damaged home.
Michael Lawler points out old artifacts in his 100+ year old home.
Michael Lawler points out old artifacts in his 100+ year old home.
Michael Lawler takes one wheelbarrow full after another continuing to gut out one of his rental homes.
Michael Lawler takes one wheelbarrow full after another continuing to gut out one of his rental homes.
Bob Dublin inspects old wiring in his flood damaged home as it is getting gutted out.
Bob Dublin inspects old wiring in his flood damaged home as it is getting gutted out.
Bob Dublin talks to his daughter, Teresa Travis, about what the future holds for his home.
Bob Dublin talks to his daughter, Teresa Travis, about what the future holds for his home.
Governor Walker discussing the Mazomanie Flood with workers from village.
Governor Walker discussing the Mazomanie Flood with workers from village.
Two firefighters observe the flood waters on East Hudson Street in Mazomanie
Two firefighters observe the flood waters on East Hudson Street in Mazomanie
Mike Travis and Bob Dublin stand inches from the flood water from August 21st.
Mike Travis and Bob Dublin stand inches from the flood water from August 21st.
Cramer and Crescent street in Mazomanie are covered by fast moving flood waters in the early morning hours of August 21, 2018.
Cramer and Crescent street in Mazomanie are covered by fast moving flood waters in the early morning hours of August 21, 2018.
Mitchell Travis sits to take a breath after removing damaged personal belongings from his home.
Mitchell Travis sits to take a breath after removing damaged personal belongings from his home.
Teresa Travis inspects damage in her backyard with her father, Bob Dublin.
Teresa Travis inspects damage in her backyard with her father, Bob Dublin.
Grand opening ribbon cutting for the Black Earth bridges destroyed by the August flood waters.
Grand opening ribbon cutting for the Black Earth bridges destroyed by the August flood waters.
Aerial view of Black Earth's new west bridge.
Aerial view of Black Earth's new west bridge.

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