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Two Trempealeau County residents died from COVID-19 last week as the Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported 120 new cases in the county. The two deaths were reported by both the DHS and the Trempealeau County Health Department. The number of new cases were eight more than the previous...
A county committee is recommending an alignment of board of supervisors’ districts that could affect eight of the 17 board members and create three districts in which no current supervisor resides. The redistricting endorsed by the committee Monday now goes to a public hearing next Monday at 6 p.m...
The man who stole two $50 bills at gunpoint from an Arcadia convenience store will spend the better part of the next decade in prison.  Michael Andre, 35, formerly of Independence, was sentenced by La Crosse County judge Scott Horne last Friday to nine years in prison and 11 years extended...
A man who once operated a daycare facility in Arcadia has been charged with felony repeated sexual assault of a child and causing a child to view a sex act. Fifty-three-year-old Scott Paul Lambert of Fairburn, Ga., is accused of improperly touching and exposing himself to a child between 2008 and...
Parsons Energy, the third company in six years to eye re-opening the Guza Mine in Independence,  now predicts it could begin operations in late summer of 2022. In a letter to the city council last Tuesday, CEO Rick Parsons said the company has switched financial partners to Morgan Stanley Energy...

 

 

Wednesday, Sept. 1 06:32 — Osseo: Caller hit a deer, said his vehicle is drivable.  07:24 — Trempealeau: Some type of animal carcass is in the road.  09:42 — Whitehall: Subject was taken into custody on a recovery court violation.  10:03 — Galesville: Possible animal neglect call.  12:17 —...
A handful of parents in the Independence School District raised concerns over the district’s mask requirement to start the 2021-22 school year at last Wednesday’s regular monthly meeting of the school board.  Independence will require masks for students and staff, at least to start the year,...
For the first time in 2021, there were more than 100 new COVID-19 cases in Trempealeau County last week. That is according to data from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, which reported 112 new cases this week, 15 more than the previous week. The Trempealeau County Health Department...
An Ettrick man was charged with theft after he was allegedly found in possession of a skidsteer machine from Minnesota that had a tracking device. Corie Lee Maynard, 47, of N20861 Bakker Road was charged with two felonies, receiving stolen property worth over $10,000 and driving a vehicle without...
The town of Trempealeau resumed citing a township farmer for using scare guns to ward off birds and evidently reopened 69 other citations dating back to 2017. A hearing on the seven recent and 69 other citations against Carlton Klein, 69, of N15711 Klein Lane, is scheduled for a hearing October 12...

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