G-E-T sophomore Cody Schmitz ran through the midcourt in the first half of a nonconference win over Sparta on Tuesday. Schmitz broke the school record for points with 61.

From the time he was just an elementary-school-aged boy tucked into the bleachers at Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School watching the Red Hawk boys basketball team play, Cody Schmitz has idolized the Wagner family. He grew up watching Tim, a 2013 graduate, and Nick, a 2016 graduate, lead G-E-T to...
All five of the school districts in the Times coverage area were noted as “exceeding expectations” according to report cards issued by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction last week. The Independence School District scored the highest on the DPI’s grading system, with an overall mark of...
A divided Arcadia city council eventually changed city employees’ health coverage to the lowest cost plan, but will attempt to move to a state plan in 2023. By a four-to-two vote last Wednesday, the council approved moving city employees to Quartz, a health plan from Gunderson Health System. City...
A county committee will await the outcome of an appeals process before it considers complaints from some employees who say a new wage structure is unjust. The personnel bargaining committee decided last Thursday that an appeal process scheduled to be completed by the end of the year should occur...
At its regular meeting last week Monday, the Blair-Taylor school board heard about face covering policies for both the Dairyland Conference and in the district’s elementary school. Face coverings have been required at the elementary school since Sept. 21, but that will come to an end after...
Leaders in the Arcadia School District shared how they plan to improve academic performance and personal connections at each school building during a presentation at the district school board meeting last Monday. The goals are part of each school’s improvement plan, which is tied to the district...
Arcadia will need a bigger pool of taxable property or city taxpayers will experience a higher tax rate as the city extends the life of financing for $3.4 million in debt for flood control projects. It is possible that city taxpayers could see a tax rate increase for the borrowing that would...

 

 

One of the largest fires in the history of the Ettrick area took down a commercial building that was used by three businesses last Thursday. Six fire departments responded to the blaze that was reported at 5:31 p.m. on Thursday in the building that houses Supply Technologies, Equity Livestock and...

            Independence’s Aubrie Pronschinske drove the baseline with Whitehall’s Avery Sonsalla defending during their game last week Tuesday.                        (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

After a rough start offensively in the first game, the Independence girls basketball team rebounded with a win. The Indees managed just 34 points in a loss to Whitehall last week Tuesday (see story elsewhere in Sports), but responded by scoring 25 in the first half of a 63-20 win over Coulee Region...
The Whitehall boys basketball team is returning most of its roster, looking to make a run at the Dairyland Conference Large Division title. After a slow start to the season, the Norse finished third in the DC-Large last year at 5-5 and had an overall mark of 13-9, eventually losing to Blair-Taylor...

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G-E-T sophomore Cody Schmitz ran through the midcourt in the first half of a nonconference win over Sparta on Tuesday. Schmitz broke the school record for points with 61.

From the time he was just an elementary-school-aged boy tucked into the bleachers at Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School watching the Red Hawk boys basketball team play, Cody Schmitz has idolized...

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