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Numerous county attractions and businesses have been nominated for 2020 Best of River awards by a magazine that promotes attractions along the Mississippi River. The winners of multiple nominations include the Oak Park Inn in Whitehall that was nominated in four categories: Best B&B, Best Inn,...
  The staff of Arcadia Public Library are just a few weeks away from completing the move of books and furniture into new space at the Wanek Center, but the fate of the city’s soon-to-be-empty Carnegie library is still unknown. Head librarian Jennifer Losinski told the city council last Wednesday...
After several bars in Ettrick announced a coordinated event this weekend, board president John Beirne and trustee Marc Baures called a meeting last Thursday to express their concern to the event’s organizers: bar owner Seth Dale and fellow village board trustee and bar owner Josh Hanson. According...
The mill dam renovations in Galesville by Andersen Feeds have come to a halt after construction company Wapasha Construction discovered a large mass of concrete underneath the parking lot adjacent to the dam.  Initially, the plan was to build a modular block retaining wall on the side of the dam....
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 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...

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 end may finally be in sight for a five-month back-and-forth for the village of Trempealeau in their efforts to pass a floodplain zoning ordinance amendment. Despite a state bill being signed into law on March 3 that removed a controversial 50 percent rule regarding limits to home improvements...
A man and a woman have been charged with theft for allegedly taking from homes in Independence items that included a plastic owl, cement mushrooms and a welcome mat.  Sky Verae Stuebs, 22, of 941 S Cleveland St, Shawano, and Kevin Christianson, 35, of 35209 Lee St., Whitehall, were charged with...

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