As the cases of COVID-19 rise, the Trempealeau County Health Department is seeking more authority to enforce health orders, including the department’s recent requirement that county residents wear masks. Under the terms of an ordinance that is expected to be considered by the county board in...
Saying it is not clear a man found guilty of molesting his stepdaughters was remorseful, a Trempealeau County judge sentenced the former Eleva resident to two consecutive 10-year terms in prison that could keep him incarcerated for the rest of his life. “From my perspective, we got a very dangerous...
A record for the number of new COVID-19 cases was set for the fifth consecutive week as two more county residents died from the virus last week. The new record of 434 new cases reported by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services was set on Sunday afternoon. The Times typically uses data updated...
25 YEARS AGO Nov. 30, 1995 The Whitehall district board of education Monday night authorized the spending of up to $125,000 to purchase new computers and related equipment. The board voted unanimously to follow district administrator Jerry Freimark to spend the money, once the district has final...

 

 

Wednesday, Nov. 11 11:45 — Arcadia: Caller said somebody must have hit a deer by her driveway. A deer is dead there and a cable box was damaged. There are car parts that she has picked up. Caller may be interested in taking the deer. 12:27 — Whitehall: Caller’s wife is ill, but would not let him...
Area residents heading out to the woods this fall shouldn’t be surprised if they see a significantly larger antlered animal than they’re used to. “I have had several elk sightings reported to me over the last few years in Trempealeau County,” Mark Rasmussen, Department of Natural Resources wildlife...
The Blair-Taylor school board approved hiring RJ Jurowski Construction Inc. out of Whitehall as the general contractor for work to be done on adding to and improving the school building. The project is set to start after district residents approved a $4.145 million referendum in November. Additions...
City of Arcadia officials are shortening the time between when a written notice of a need to clean a property is sent and when a citation is issued, but the city administrator said he’s still mostly seeking communication with offenders. The change comes after repeated objections by city residents...
After transitioning to mandatory remote learning on Nov. 11, the Arcadia School District pushed out their return to in-person instruction to Monday, Dec. 7. At last Monday’s regular meeting of the Arcadia school board, district superintendent Lance Bagstad spoke of a “constant churn” of COVID-19-...
Arcadia officials may reconsider having curbside recycling pick up, but not so soon after city residents rejected the idea. “I was for curbside recycling,” said Mayor Rob Reichwein at last Wednesday’s city council meeting. “But I’m not comfortable moving forward with it with the vote we just had....

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Blair-Taylor’s Cain Fremstad broke into the open field for a touchdown run during the first quarter of his team’s win over Assumption.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Assumption had no answer for Blair-Taylor’s offense. The Wildcats struck early and often with two touchdowns of 35 yards as they opened up a 43-0 lead by halftime and went on to win the...

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