A new proposed school club at Independence High School could give students struggling with their identity a chance for support and conversation. The club — currently referred to as the gender/sexuality club — was first brought up at last Wednesday’s school board meeting and will be discussed...
 Arcadia officials approved selling the former city hall to a buyer who plans to convert it to a grocery store. The city council Monday accepted a $75,000 offer from Tienda Guerrero Whitehall Inc. for the two-story building at 203 W. Main. Mayor Rob Reichwein said the amount was the full price...
A Dollar General store may be coming to Ettrick. That was the word received by the Ettrick village board during last week Tuesday’s regular monthly meeting. Village President John Beirne told the village trustees that he had heard from an Ettrick landowner who had been in contact with Dollar...
For the second straight week the number of new COVID-19 cases reported in Trempealeau County declined significantly. The recent surge in cases began in mid-July and topped out at 176 cases from Sept. 20 to Sept. 27, but the decline began with 126 cases reported two weeks ago and 91 last week,...
The Blair city council voted to hire a fourth full-time public works employee, but was hesitant on requests from the Blair-Preston Fire Department board.  The request to add to the city public works staff came at the recommendation of the public works committee. One employee, street superintendent...
After passing a delayed ordinance defining what surfaces Arcadia residents must use to park vehicles, the council is now considering requiring landlord disclosure placards on rental property in the city. Donnie Kreibich of the Arcadia-Glencoe Fire Department urged the council last Wednesday to help...
County residents may begin applying Thursday to be considered for an affordable custom-build home in Arcadia and sign up to attend informational meetings about the process Oct. 28 and 30. Residents may begin the application process and register to attend one of the Habitat for Humanity...

 

 

Respondents to a survey on county outdoor recreation say they would most like to see trails for hiking and walking, while the county parks and tourism committee added ATV and UTV trails to their priority planning list. Two hundred and ninety individuals responded to the recent survey by the county’...

 

 

Area residents who are looking for a one-stop shop for trick-or-treating on Halloween night can hit up Riverside Memorial Park in Blair again this year. A trick-or-treating event was set up in the park last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the popularity of the event means it will be...

            Colton Lejcher of Blair-Taylor hauled in a one-handed interception during the second quarter against Alma/Pepin on Friday.             (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Pepin/Alma runners combined for nearly 230 yards on the ground and four touchdowns at Blair-Taylor High School last Friday in a 37-8 Dairyland Conference win. The host Wildcats (3-5 overall, 2-4 Dairyland Conference) found the end zone late, but Pepin/Alma controlled play for much of the game. “...

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            Colton Lejcher of Blair-Taylor hauled in a one-handed interception during the second quarter against Alma/Pepin on Friday.             (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

Pepin/Alma runners combined for nearly 230 yards on the ground and four touchdowns at Blair-Taylor High School last Friday in a 37-8 Dairyland Conference win. The host Wildcats (3-5 overall, 2-4...

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