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After some debate on who should be charged more for renting out park shelters, the Ettrick village board voted to increase the price for anyone who rents the shelters out. The board voted to increase the price of the Redsten Shelter at Dusso Park from $75 per day to $125 and the shelter at Game...

 

 

Wednesday, Jan. 27 01:09 — Galesville: Caller reporting a possible domestic incident. 14:35 — Arcadia: A female in her late 50s fell and is unconscious. 15:50 — Trempealeau: A four-door pickup is parked at the end of a road. The windows are smashed out and it has no license plates. 16:11 —...
Independence parks will be open this year and, as was the case in 2020, the city will ask users to police themselves and comply with pandemic safeguards. “There were no incidents last years,” said Mayor Robert Baecker at Monday’s city council meeting. “Everybody used good judgment.” Council member...
Whitehall School District officials are planning for events that couldn’t be held in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Administrators told the board at last week Monday’s regular meeting that preparations have begun to hold both prom and graduation this year after both events were cancelled last...

 

 

The 62nd annual Elk Rod and Gun Club ice-fishing contest will look a little different this year, but attendees will still have the chance to win numerous prizes, including $20,000 for catching Old Bugler. Bugle Lake has been stocked for the contest that runs noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday. The biggest...

 

 

The number of vaccines administered in Trempealeau County is nearing the number of total COVID-19 cases throughout the pandemic. After another week in which the number of new COVID-19 cases dropped, the county’s rate of cases per 100,000 fell to the seventh-highest in the state as there were 34 new...

 

 

Wednesday, Jan. 20 01:40 — Eleva: Restraining order violation. 07:59 — Eleva: Two-car accident with no injury or road blockage. 09:44 — Independence: A male is at a residence and he is not allowed to be there. Caller suspects there is drug use going on and caller is threatening to remove him if...

 

 

25 YEARS AGO Feb. 8, 1996 A couple special Whitehall city council committees are starting work on projects that could mean major commitments of tax dollars. The fire station space needs advisory committee met for the first time last week Wednesday and the municipal swimming pool panel, which...
After a years-long annexation fight between the city of Whitehall and the town of Lincoln that ended in the town’s favor, the two municipalities are back in court over a dispute about taxes and road aid money. In its Trempealeau County Circuit Court suit against the city, the township alleges...
A woman is accused of prying open a lock and pushing her way past a dresser to attack a man in their Arcadia home. Alicia Carlos, 22, is charged with two felonies, second degree recklessly endangering safety and substantial battery intended to cause bodily harm. She was released from Trempealeau...

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