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Plans for a previously discussed $2 million childcare center in Trempealeau are not moving forward. Village officials had been in talks with a couple about bringing a large-scale daycare to the area, but that couple has decided to walk away from the project, Village Administrator/Finance Director...
The Arcadia city council approved extending the life of a taxing district, an action that could result in the city receiving over $650,000 over the next two years for affordable housing. City officials have not determined how the money would support lower-cost housing, but the city’s financial...

 

 

Wednesday, April 24 02:11 — Galesville: Officer advised a business door is open. 04:09 — Galesville: A subject is feeling suicidal.  04:14 — Whitehall: An injured deer is in the lane of traffic.  05:26 — Osseo: A car hit a deer. The deer is alive but is on the shoulder of the road.  05:32 — Strum:...

            Cole Kremer inspected the engine of a school bus outside Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School last Wednesday. The G-E-T senior will join classmate Brandon Bork at the SkillsUSA national championships in Georgia this June.      (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

Seated in the classroom above a vocational workspace at Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School last week, Brandon Bork and Cole Kremer pulled no punches while explaining how much SkillsUSA means to them and their peers. Bork and Kremer will represent Wisconsin this summer after the G-E-T seniors won...
The former chief of police for the village of Eleva has been convicted of first-offense driving under the influence. Patrick McKillip, 54, of Chippewa Falls, has had his driver’s license revoked for six months and is required to attend alcohol assessment and classes on driver safety following his...
Arcadia officials formally accepted an over $338,000 donation from the estate of the late Ramona English. Trustees for the bequeath ask that the money be distributed to the city’s payment for the new library, $50,000; the city’s share of the Arcadia Ambulance building, $50,000;  the library board...
After hearing presentations about artificial intelligence (AI) and how it can benefit students, Blair-Taylor Superintendent Lynn Halverson told the board he is considering a pilot program to help study its effectiveness. Halverson and B-T board member Sarah Staff heard a presentation conducted by...
A 38-year-old man has been charged after he allegedly threatened that he would “blow the heads off” two employees of a Strum nursing home. Jacob Casella of 105 Walnut St. E. in Strum is accused of entering the nursing home before 5 a.m. last Tuesday to try to locate an individual with whom he had...
While it can’t be officially approved until May, it appears the Whitehall school board will give the go-ahead to offer letters to student-athletes who compete in the Wisconsin High School Racing Association.  The discussion came up during last week Monday’s regular monthly meeting in which district...

 

 

Wednesday, April 17 06:08 — Arcadia: A parent is concerned over their adult child drinking and not taking care of herself.  07:53 — Galesville: A truck is passing multiple vehicles in a double-yellow.   08:42 — Arcadia: A male employee is suspected to be impaired.  08:58 — Trempealeau: Caller...

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