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The Hi-Crush sand mine in Whitehall has been put up for sale. Online bidding opened Monday on the frac sand mining operation that was described as a 1,447-acre siter with northern white sand that can produce 2.86 million tons annually and has an 80.7-million ton reserve. The auction listing is the...
The Trempealeau County Health Department issued a notice last week stating that fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear a face covering outdoors or in most indoor settings. The advisory sent by the health department follows the guidance issued by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and...
An Arcadia man was released on a $50,000 signature bond after being charged with first-degree child sex assault of a person under the age of 13 for allegedly touching a four-year-old. Roberto Carlos Gonzalez Garay, 48, of 7141/2 David Ave., is accused of touching the child while riding in the...
The Arcadia school board approved a variety of budgeted raises and credits for teachers and staff at their regular meeting last Monday. Among the raises approved were: a Consumer Price Index (CPI) offer for the 2021-22 contract year for staff under contract per Wisconsin State Statute 118.21,...
The Arcadia city council decided to begin “a more friendly” approach toward a sand mine company whose reclamation plan and guaranteed money for the work are a mismatch. The council last Wednesday approved communicating to CSI Sands Wisconsin, which is the latest operator of a sand mine on River...
The unofficial start of summer returns in 2021 as the Arcadia Lions Club has brought Broiler-Dairy Days back. The celebration was cancelled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Its return in 2021 will be slightly different as the event has been trimmed from three days to two, but still offers many...

 

 

Senior Jenessa Perry will receive her Independence High School diploma this weekend, alongside classmates she has endured all the highs and lows of high school with over the years. However, what sets her apart from the rest of her class is that the diploma is actually the second she has received in...

 

 

Wednesday, May 12 09:02 — Osseo: Gas leak reported from a two-inch gas main. 09:42 — Blair: Welfare check requested on a subject. The person is actively psychotic, posing danger to herself and others unintentionally. 11:48 — Eleva: Caller is being harassed by a woman.   14:44 — Trempealeau: A male...
County supervisors nixed the idea of giving residents the chance to weigh in on whether Trempealeau County should be a Second Amendment sanctuary county, opting instead to vote on the idea without further public comment. Board members Monday evening appeared to back the idea of including a...
Vaccines for COVID-19 are available in Trempealeau County, but county residents are no longer looking to be vaccinated, according to health officials. According to the Department of Health Services, fewer than 200 county residents received the initial dose of COVID-19 vaccine last week. Of the 719...

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