With heat indexes near 100 degrees Fahrenheit every day last week, the Blair-Preston Fire Department offered attendees of the Wheel-R-On-In car show a chance to cool off in a sprinkler last Thursday. The car show was held on Broadway St., shutting down the city’s downtown area for the...
Through an attorney and the Wisconsin Newspaper Association (WNA), the Times is attempting to gain access to records related to the departure of Trempealeau County Director of Land Management Kevin Lien. Though county corporation counsel Rick Niemeier has refused previous requests for those records...
While the public gets a periodic dose of smell from Whitehall’s struggling wastewater plant, the two cities and the company involved have closed their meetings on how they may be trying to resolve the problem. The cities of Whitehall and Blair both met in executive session last week to discuss next...
A sand mine company that has not responded to the city of Arcadia’s request for a new reclamation proposal received a federal payroll protection loan in 2020 though its operations likely ended in 2019 or earlier. According to several federal-loan tracking sites, CSI Sands Wisconsin, which operated...
The Galesville city council appointed deputy clerk Jennifer Hess to assume the role vacated by the resignation of city clerk/treasurer Suzanne Johnson at their regular meeting last week. According to Galesville mayor Vince Howe, Johnson submitted a resignation letter that took effect on June 4....
After some debate the Blair city council agreed last week Monday to add another session of swimming lessons. The council heard from pool director Gwen Kidd who said they have had an unprecedented number of kids sign up for swimming lessons, leading to some scheduling issues. She said there is a...
If the city of Blair receives a grant to help pay for the reconstruction of Broadway St., they may look for another path through town. Until then, however, the city council agreed not to commit funding to the project that might not happen in the near future. The city has applied for a Community...
For the second consecutive season, Blair-Taylor softball has finished the regular season with a perfect record. Despite returning only four players from the team that accomplished the same feat in 2019, and enduring a 2020 season cancelled by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wildcats ran the table once...

            Cain Fremstad of Blair-Taylor avoided a tag during their game against Eleva-Strum last Thursday. While he didn’t get tag, Fremstad also didn’t get the base as the ball was ruled to be foul.            (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Blair-Taylor baseball split a doubleheader regular season finale, before taking a narrow win to keep their season alive in the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division Four regional opener. The Wildcats wrapped up the regular season by splitting two games against Pepin/Alma on Monday...
The Whitehall softball team struggled to keep either of its final two opponents off the board as they lost their last regular season and first postseason games. Augusta started and closed with six-run innings, beating Whitehall 14-0 in the final regular season game last week Monday. On Wednesday,...

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For the second consecutive season, Blair-Taylor softball has finished the regular season with a perfect record. Despite returning only four players from the team that accomplished the same feat in...

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