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Anyone concerned about untended children in Independence parks should call 911 if they think the youngsters are in trouble, city officials said in response to an appeal for city action. “A lady was very concerned,” Mayor Robert Baecker said at Monday’s council meeting. He said the woman recounted...
The Independence School District now projects a 2020-21 budget surplus of around $200,000 according to an update at their regular school board meeting last Thursday. District administrator Bärry Schmitt explained during a rundown of line items that affected his amended projection that a sale of old...
The Ettrick village board approved a bid for work to replace the curb and gutter on South Main Street in the village limits. A bid of $30,480 from Pavement Consulting Services out of Eau Claire was approved for replacing the curb and gutter along that stretch of road. The only other bid the village...
Arcadia council members gave a tentative go-ahead to a proposal by the chamber of commerce place new “Welcome to Arcadia” signs at four entrances to the city. The idea as proposed by the chamber would put that organization in charge of moving forward with the new signage with some financial backing...
A county committee delayed deciding whether to move forward on a deal that could add 57 acres to Pietrek Park until it is clearer the addition would be worthwhile. The land is owned by the Elk Rod and Gun Club and is adjacent to and north of Pietrek Park. The club would require that hunting remain...

 

 

Wednesday, May 26 07:22 — Galesville: Caller’s vehicle was sideswiped by a pickup truck that did not stop. 08:28 — Osseo: Caller advised a female is being unruly over a property dispute. 08:42 — Trempealeau: White truck has crossed the center and fog lines. It almost hit a semi. 08:59 — Osseo: An...

  (Times photographs by Andrew Dannehy)

Arcadia’s downtown area was full again on Saturday for the Broiler-Dairy Days parade, hosted by the Arcadia Lions Club. That parade — along with all the other festivals in the area — was cancelled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While the crowd was slightly smaller and there were fewer...
Originally slated as a drive-through event, the the Maliszewski Family will host the 40th Annual Trempealeau County Dairy Breakfast on June 12 in the traditional way as a part of the month-long celebration for June Dairy Month. Maliszewski Dairy began in 1960 with the purchase of the original 176-...
The city and the Whitehall Golfers Association agreed to continue the group’s lease of the Whitehall Public Golf Course. The agreement finalized in May keeps most previous provisions, including the city’s commitment to provide $42,000 for maintenance and utilities, according to Mayor Jeff Hauser....

 

 

A county committee this week is expected to consider how to revive the department of land management that was left in “shambles” by a four-month-long dispute that resulted in the departure of its long-time director. “I’m glad it’s over,” said county board chair John Aasen of the departure of Kevin...

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