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Three years after the flood that washed out Galesville’s swinging bridge and significant portions of High Cliff park’s trails, the Galesville city council made one of its first moves to spend money on replacing the paths. The renovation project on the trails of High Cliff has been a goal area for...
  The dredging of the upper, silt-collecting pond protecting Bugle Lake in Independence may be completed by next spring, city officials have been told. Russ Kiviniemi of Cedar Corporation told the council Monday that finding a site for the dredged material and government permits are the next steps...
  The Trempealeau County Sheriff’s Department found there was no criminal behavior in the care of the animals in Arcadia’s Rudy Klink Deer Park. Sheriff Brett Semingson said investigators worked with the operators of a deer park in Blair and concluded that some adjustment in the Arcadia deer’s feed...
Wednesday, July 1 06:53 — Strum: Caller reported an injured fawn in the lane of travel.  10:14 — Osseo: Caller is requesting a police escort.  11:51 — Ettrick: Caller requesting an officer for damage done to his property.  13:55 — Osseo: Caller reported their mailbox was smashed on Monday night. ...

The Whitehall Fire Department received a $50,000 donation from Whitehall Specialties last week. Accepting the check on the department's behalf was chief Jeremiah Pientok (left) from Whitehall Specialties president and chief executive officer Steve Snyder. (Times photo by Andrew Dannehy) 

Steve Snyder had been looking for a chance to get Whitehall Specialties more involved in the local community. When he found out the Whitehall Fire Department was in need, the president and chief executive officer of the cheese-processing plant saw an opportunity as the company donated $50,000 to go...

Work began last week to replace the star/cross that lights up during the holiday season in Whitehall. (Times photo by Andrew Dannehy)

The city of Whitehall should be a little more festive for the 2020 holiday season than it has been the last couple of years. Last week work officially began on replacing the star/cross that overlooks the city from a hill on the north end. The sign had been shining bright since 1960 until the last...
  The cancellation of the spring high school athletic season has left many area student-athletes feeling lethargic, frustrated and anxious. According to a recent survey of 3,243 high schoolers in Wisconsin by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, 65 percent reported at...
  The dredging of the upper, silt-collecting pond protecting Bugle Lake in Independence may be completed by the spring, city officials have been told. Russ Kiviniemi of Cedar Corporation told the council Monday that finding a site for the dredged material and government permits are the next steps...
  Canadian Silica, which operates a sand mine in Arcadia, owes over $150,000 in unpaid taxes to the city and the county, and could face a city lawsuit this week. Canadian Silica, one of the LaPrairie Group of Companies, could be the second county sand mine operation to experience financial...
  Arcadia city council members approved $1.5 million in borrowing and decided to use Ashley Furniture Industries design services as they took the next steps to convert a former health clinic into a new city hall. The State Bank of Arcadia last Wednesday was awarded the short-term borrowing package...

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