In a step toward a potential fall high school sports season in the Coulee Conference, member district superintendents passed a planning concept Monday for conducting fall sports with a delayed start date. Under the proposal, “low risk sports” as determined by the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic...
Arcadia officials are considering trying to sell the city’s historic library building and, depending on an agreement with the school district, the city recreation center could also soon have a for-sale sign. The city council last Wednesday agree to explore whether its designation as a historic...
The oldest animal in Arcadia’s deer park may be euthanized and the city budget for deer food doubled as the city council ponders the park’s fate. At a meeting last Wednesday, the council seemed inclined to continue operating Rudy Klink Deer Park, which had been criticized on social media for...
Arcadia officials will try a second time in November to see if city residents want curb-side pick-up of recyclable material, this time with a referendum question they hope is easier to understand. The new wording approved by the council last Wednesday for the Nov. 3 vote reads: “Shall the City...
The city of Blair won’t be celebrating Cheese Festival this year, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be celebrations on the weekend the event is typically held.  Cheese Fest was cancelled last month due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but last week Monday, the Blair council approved of plans for other...
The Trempealeau County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the death of a 33-year-old Altoona woman after her body was found last Wednesday in a field south of Eleva. While the department reported foul play is not suspected, the release sent last Thursday said they were investigating the death of...

2010 Arcadia flood

The city of Arcadia is “next in line” for another review by a federal agency controlling a large share of the money for one of two flood-control projects slated for the city. The additional work by the federal Economic Development Agency came after the city had to drop elements of its “internal...
(25 YEARS AGO) Aug. 17, 1995 - Americans expect a major collision between President Clinton and congress over the federal budget, the Whitehall Area Chamber of Commerce was told Monday night. Bringing that warning was U.S. Rep. Steve Gunderson, the veteran congressman who will be at the scene of...
The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau School District will move forward with reopening to in-person instruction with remote learning options despite losing the Coulee Covid-19 Compass their plans were based upon. While they wait for an anticipated replacement to the compass from local health officials,...
Wednesday, July 29 10:57 — Arcadia: Caller reported a white SUV pulling a trailer ran two stop signs and almost struck them.  14:06 — Whitehall: A load of liquid manure was spilled. Caller said it’s a traffic hazard. .  15:19 — Galesville: A big blue bus passed a tractor with oncoming traffic....

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In a step toward a potential fall high school sports season in the Coulee Conference, member district superintendents passed a planning concept Monday for conducting fall sports with a delayed start...

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