A 1961 Blair High School graduate published a book inspired by his father’s service in World War II. Author Bil Paul heard his father Harry – a rural mailman in Blair for many years – tell stories about his World War II naval service in the Aleutian Islands, but the author didn’t get serious...
Trempealeau County’s finance committee tentatively decided to recommend to the full board a borrowing plan that could cut the money the county has recently been spending on roads and bridges. The possible borrowing plan would, by 2026, still push the tax rate for county debt to $2.02 per $1,000 of...
The Trempealeau village board spent about 30 minutes in closed session with an attorney last week discussing a fair employment complaint filed against the village. An ERD complaint pertains to an employee complaining about issues such as hiring or firing processes/actions and can also include...
Arcadia officials are planning to renew their argument to state government that the city deserves more funding because of its contributions to Wisconsin’s economy. The city’s appeal will be made by Mayor Kevin Mayzek and Jason Lockington, who represents industry and the chamber of commerce. The...
A tax increment district (TID) road constructed in the village of Trempealeau with multiple issues that prevent it from becoming a public road will likely not see fixes after all. A possible fix could have seen a T-road constructed near Fit For You, LLC in the back of the property near 3rd Street...
Independence families may want to top off their lunch accounts following discussion at the February school board meeting. After sending out notifications to delinquent accounts in December, the board took a deeper look at their situation.  For the past two years, school lunches were as part of a...
Arcadia will be home to over $200,000 worth of new trees this year thanks to a donation that will finance new trees on the city’s east side and replacement trees throughout several city parks. The plantings include what was begun in the fall near the new multi-family El Dorado Hills development....
At a time when childcare in rural communities is hard to come by, the village of Trempealeau could soon receive grant funding that would help a local couple bring families a local option. A community development investment (CDI) grant of up to $250,000 from the Wisconsin Economic Development...

 

 

At the request of the Arcadia Youth Association, the city will revive and review a drafted but never signed document to make more formal the agreement with the sports group. “We made this agreement with the previous mayor but never got anything in writing,” association member Rhonda Walters told...
Aaron Rodgers doesn’t know what he wants to do, but he sure does seem to like talking about it. There he was last weekend, joking about his future as he made his way down the golf course at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am. But it certainly isn’t a laughing matter to the Green Bay Packers.  Earlier...

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Aaron Rodgers doesn’t know what he wants to do, but he sure does seem to like talking about it. There he was last weekend, joking about his future as he made his way down the golf course at...

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