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The Trempealeau County Board of Supervisors will decide whether to pay a disputed bill from the county healthcare center for the care of an elderly man in 2020. The county’s executive-finance committee Monday reiterated its previous decision that the county is responsible for the $18,696 bill....
Administrators for the Whitehall School District told the district’s board that staff members have been “awesome” as they try to work through the challenges the COVID-19 pandemic has presented early in the 2021-22 school year. “It’s not easy, it’s just not,” Mike Beighley, district superintendent,...
While there was one more death from COVID-19, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported a significant drop in the total number of new cases last week. The death was reported by both the DHS and the Trempealeau County Health Department. No further information about the person was made...

Shane Lancour

A 34-year-old La Crosse man was arrested in Galesville on Sept. 23 after investigators from the Trempealeau County Sheriff’s Department discovered more than 100 grams of methamphetamine. Shane Lancour was being investigated before an arrest was made shortly after 11 p.m. He was taken to Trempealeau...
Independence council members will meet with the city’s historical society to determine whether it is practical for the society to accept the donation of the Methodist Church as a museum. The building, at the corner of Adams and Fourth streets, has been offered to the city but with the stipulation...
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources said Trempealeau County landowners should keep an eye on deer herds after epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD) was found in La Crosse County. A La Crosse County landowner reported eight dead deer on a 200-acre property south of La Crosse. The deer were...

James Springer

For the fourth time this year, a convicted sex offender will be released in Whitehall. A press release sent by the Whitehall Police Department said that James Springer, 56, will be released on Oct. 18 and plans to live in the Whitehall area. The release stated that the police department has no...

            Arcadia School District employees boxed up thousands of books to be donated to Books For Africa, a non-profit organization that provides school supplies to African communities with limited or no language arts school supplies.             (Submitted photo)

Young students on the other side of the world will reap the benefits of the English and reading curriculum cycle in the Arcadia School District.  About 180 boxes filled with more than 3,000 of the district’s old books, textbooks and reading resources have been gifted to Books For Africa, a...

 

 

Wednesday, Sept. 22 00:33 — Independence: Officer reported some sort of fire in a chopped cornfield.  05:42 — Independence: A deer in the eastbound lane needs to be dispatched.  07:31 — Independence: A red vehicle is all over the road. It has crossed the centerline several times.  07:51 — Osseo:...
An over year-old unpaid bill from the healthcare center to the county has gone from a lawsuit to a dispute between two committees amid allegations of untruths and unethical behavior. At issue is a $18,696 bill from the Trempealeau County Healthcare Center for a county resident who was treated in...

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