County officials will explore costs before eliminating the position of coroner in favor of a medical examiner. At Monday’s county executive finance committee, member Dave Orsch urged members to delay shifting the position to medical examiner given how costly that role might be. The committee voted...
After decades of representing the Village of Trempealeau and its residents, Kurt Wood will not be running village board meetings past April. The current village board president will not seek reelection in April’s election, ending a 30-year tenure on the board, he recently told the Times. Wood...
Sewer utility rates for Trempealeau residents will increase by five percent next year following village board action last week. The Trempealeau village board unanimously approved the increase at its meeting last Thursday, which takes effect Jan. 1. Individual charges for sewer rates are different...
One month after the Trempealeau village board talked about spending nearly $500,000 in Tax Increment District (TID) dollars to fix a road in the commercial development because of alleged planning errors by a former employee, the future of such fixes is temporarily in question. Village Administrator...
Arcadia taxpayers are likely to see a slight bump in the city’s tax rate in 2023, while cuts by the council gives the city a $3.46 million balanced budget. The 2023 budget approved by the council last Wednesday also gives the Arcadia Public Library a one-time boost in funding of $19,000 to cover...

The Whitehall School District is offering space to lease for a child care center in the former Beaver Builders Supply building that was purchased by the district last month. (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Whitehall school board voted at its regular meeting last week Monday to make space for a child care center available in the recently purchased former Beaver Builders Supply property and to accept proposals until its January meeting.  Based on conversations at the November meeting, the space...

            Blair-Taylor’s Gabe Armitage drove to the basket during their game against Loyal last week Tuesday.      (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

After a game in which the Blair-Taylor basketball team couldn’t get a basket down the stretch, they topped 70 points in two wins. B-T had a lead with 10 minutes left in their season-opener against Loyal last week Tuesday, but they went scoreless for the rest of the game, losing 46-35. Scoring...
After four games, no team has been able to do much to slow the Blair-Taylor girls basketball team down as the Wildcats picked up two more lopsided wins last week.  B-T took big leads early in both games as they beat Melrose-Mindoro, 81-45, last week Tuesday and Eleva-Strum, 66-22, on Friday with...
A tough opening schedule continued for the Arcadia girls basketball program last week, with the Raiders dropping their only game to unbeaten Westby on Friday. Arcadia was scheduled to play Onalaska last Tuesday, but the game was canceled due to weather. The Raiders (0-3) will look for their first...
The Gale-Eettrick-Trempealeau/Melrose-Mindoro wrestling co-op is back in action and off to a strong start after opening their season with a quad in Tomah last Thursday. The Titans swept Thursday’s event by taking down Tomah and La Crosse. A short break greets the team this week ahead of an...

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            Blair-Taylor’s Gabe Armitage drove to the basket during their game against Loyal last week Tuesday.      (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

After a game in which the Blair-Taylor basketball team couldn’t get a basket down the stretch, they topped 70 points in two wins. B-T had a lead with 10 minutes left in their season-opener...

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