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Wednesday, Feb. 17 07:13 — Whitehall: Caller hit a deer with the company truck and the truck is disabled. 09:32 — Independence: Shavings are on fire. 10:23 — Whitehall: Caller is upset with a sign that says “&#@$ Biden” and wants it removed. It is on private property, caller wants officer...
County supervisors approved borrowing up to $43.5 million for a new justice center and renovations to the courthouse in a move that may add just “a few cents” to tax bills. The vote Monday, which was 16 to one with Supervisor Michelle Haines again voting against the project, came after earlier...
The amount of new COVID-19 cases in Trempealeau County continues to drop as there were just 16 new cases last week, the fewest since mid-August. That total, reported by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, came with a positivity rate of 12.3 percent as a downward trend of new cases...
Government officials are trying to make sure they can operate in secrecy. That is the entire point of Senate Bill 55, which passed the state senate 20-12 last week Tuesday. The bill is designed to put newspapers out of business. If it passes assembly, it will eliminate the publication of meeting...
The ballot for April’s election became more clear last week Tuesday as the primary cut both the candidates to be the mayor of Blair and the Wisconsin Superintendent of Public Instruction down to two. The primary eliminated one current Blair city council member from consideration to replace Ardell...
Arcadia city council members approved spending up to about $430,000 on renovations and a new police garage at the city’s new city hall on Dettloff Drive. The decision last Wednesday came after the city accepted several bids for remodeling the former health clinic and construction of the garage....
Habitat for Humanity will begin the application process in March to identify an owner for a home in Arcadia following the city’s decision to sell the organization a lot. Kahya Fox, executive director for Habitat for Humanity in La Crosse, said she expects groundbreaking on the home to begin in the...
The Blair-Taylor School District will revert back to it’s original 2020-21 adjusted schedule as the number of students who are quarantined or learning remotely has dropped below 10 percent. Superintendent Jeff Eide addressed the board at last week Monday’s regular meeting, noting that the original...
Arcadia residents will have the chance to comment on how the city controls where cars are parked in residential areas as the council considers an ordinance that would broaden restrictions. The city’s current ban on vehicles being parked on unimproved surfaces will continue to be enforced with...
The Arcadia school board approved wage increases for teachers, staff and administrators totaling roughly $186,000 at their regular meeting last Monday. The increases were made in four separate motions, starting with a 1.81 percent cost of living-based wage increase for teachers, which is the...

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