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The village of Trempealeau Police Department’s new leader is no stranger to the community. Jeremy Randall was officially sworn in as police chief at last Thursday’s village board meeting. The Galesville resident and former West Salem police chief told the Times he looks forward to building on past...

             Ethan Stoner threw to first base for the out after fielding a ground ball in the top of the fourth inning of a 2-0 win over Arcadia at G-E-T Middle School last Tuesday.            (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

No single player has been the difference as the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School baseball team has climbed the Coulee Conference standings the last few weeks.  On any given night, different players are stepping up. That was the case again in a conference win over Arcadia last Tuesday, one that...

            Jordan Stanislowski launched herself toward the bar during high jump preliminaries at a track and field meet at West Salem High School last Friday. Stanislowski finished fifth in the event and won the triple jump.            (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

One week out from the Coulee Conference Championship track and field meet, the trend continues for the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School girls’ team–win today’s meet, move on to the next one, repeat. They hoped to keep that trend going when they joined Arcadia in a meet at Melrose-Mindoro on...
  Wednesday, April 27 08:02 — Galesville: A white car has been disabled in the roadway for at least 24 hours.  09:33 — Ettrick: Caller reporting an injured raccoon.  09:56 — Trempealeau: Caller reported a mailbox was smashed and a snow fence was pushed over.  11:38 — Galesville: A subject in court...

 

 

  25 YEARS AGO May 15, 1997 Whitehall High School Class of 1997 was recognized for their achievements at the annual awards night program held on Sunday. The class valedictorian is Travis Schroeder, son of Jim and Janet Schroeder. Salutatorian of the class is Melissa Granlund, daughter of Mark and...
Those hoping the Whitehall School District would solve the need for more child care providers in the area might have to wait longer. Over the last several months, the district has discussed building an Early Learning Center (ELC) that would house a child care center in addition to four-year-old...

 

 

There is something special about a 1970 Dodge Charger sports car that has captivated Mark Korpal from the time he was a kindergartner. The 53-year-old Arcadia man now has three of them, and one recently earned him quite the recognition at a car show for owners across the Midwest. Korpal’s bright...

 

 

The Blair-Preston Fire Department has been around, in some form, for more than 100 years, but they’re using the oldest documentation they could find as an excuse to “party harder” and honor its past this Saturday. While there have been some reports of fire brigades in the late-1800s, it seemed...

 

 

  Wednesday, April 20 00:25 — Ettrick: A white van with its plate obstructed.  03:21 — Strum: Caller has information in reference to drugs in a vehicle.  08:17 — Arcadia: A deer needs to be dispatched.  09:11 — Eleva: Caller is complaining of a loud drum sound coming from a trailer.  10:45 — Blair...
The Arcadia school board will ramp up its planning and information gathering process as it assesses facilities needs as well as the public’s interest in a referendum. The district is operating on a timeline for a referendum ask next April in accordance with its contract with Miron Construction and...

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