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A year a $700,000 referendum failed, the Independence School District will try again, asking for more money in a recurring referendum this spring. A referendum asking for a revenue limit extension annually for three years failed last spring, but the district will be going back to the taxpayers...
Three Independence men who, locally, allegedly used household goods to ship drugs from Puerto Rico to Trempealeau County have been indicted on federal charges for using the mail service to smuggle drugs. Cristian Andre Vasquez Velez, 22, and Mark Ian Castro, 29, both of 23765 Adams St., and Michael...
The Ettrick village board will have a new member after the April election. At the village caucus held last week Tuesday, Kaylee Waldvogel was nominated by trustee Dan Molstad with a second by fellow trustee Pete Filla to be one of three people running for three spots in the spring election. Joining...
Members of the Blair-Preston Fire Department saw a problem and decided to solve it. BPFD Chief Travis Armitage and member Luke Haarsma addressed the city council asking for permission and a letter of endorsement to establish a first responder service in the city of Blair.  Armitage told the council...
At the advice of its attorney, the Blair city council chose to let the road use agreement with Source Energy Services expire with the hopes of developing a new agreement that provides better protection for the city. The agreement came up at the council’s regular December meeting, at which time...
While two county board districts have the three candidates needed to trigger a February primary, some county municipalities have no prospects at all for open council seats. In mayoral races, Arcadia will get a new mayor while the incumbents in Whitehall and Independence are running without...
The pandemic and the persistence of vandalism at some Arcadia parks prompted council members to stick with last year’s decision to rent park facilities just one day a week. “With COVID,” said council member Joe Feltes at last Wednesday’s meeting, “we should stick to one day and review in six months...
Another Trempealeau County resident died from COVID-19 as the number of new cases skyrocketed to near record levels. The death was reported last week Monday by the Trempealeau County Health Department. No further information about the subject was provided. It is the 53rd person to die from the...

 

 

  Wednesday, Dec. 29 09:33 — Galesville: A white vehicle just needs to cool down. Caller has pulled off to the side of the road and is waiting; they will call back when they get going.  12:24 — Galesville: A subject was run off the road into the ditch. No injuries or road blockage.  12:41 — Arcadia...
The Trempealeau County Board of Supervisors appears headed for a significant reshaping with several incumbents retiring, others facing challengers and as many as three individuals vying for a seat. As of late Monday – the deadline was Tuesday – three incumbents announced they were not seeking re-...

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