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A man who, according to an account based on a surveillance tape, cut a woman on her leg and hand and then sat back down at a bar with a beer and to browse his phone, has been charged with three felonies. Michael Jon Underland, 38, of Dodge remained in Trempealeau County jail Monday in lieu of $10,...
Brian Jaderston of Galesville has been arrested and charged with three separate burglaries in the town of Gale and Ettrick after a security system at one of the burglary sites allegedly videoed the man. Jaderston, 43, was charged with the Nov. 8 and Nov. 9 thefts from homes in Gale, and a Jan. 6...
As the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines continue in Trempealeau County, the number of new cases continues to decline. The Wisconsin Department of Health Services reported 57 new cases in the county last week, the lowest total since mid-September. With the recent decrease in cases, the county went...
An Osseo contractor is alleged to have taken over $57,000 from a Burnside woman rather than use the money to pay subcontractors building her home, according to court documents. Travis Thronson, 48, has been charged with theft by contractor of between $10,000 and $100,000 after he allegedly took $...
The Blair-Taylor school board agreed to purchase equipment for the district’s kitchen, but who will supply the equipment and when the purchase is completed are still in question. The board approved a purchase for equipment that includes a five-pan crown, a six-pan steamer, a cold unit, half and...
The Arcadia school board approved an enrollment cap for special education students of zero additional students for the 2021-22 school year, citing the strain on existing resources. The cap was one of three enrollment decisions approved at last Monday’s regular meeting of the board. Also approved...

 

 

After missing out on milkshakes and cheese curds last year, the Trempealeau County Fair is scheduled to return this summer. The fair was among many summer events cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. While the fair’s fry shack made its way through the county at various stops throughout...
Those planning the new county building will meet with department heads to discuss renovations in the current courthouse while the board, perhaps in February, will decide whether to add to the $40 million to be borrowed for the work. Kurt Berner of Samuels Group, the company advising the county on...

David Lynghamer

A former Ettrick man who has spent the last decade in prison for possession of child pornography is being released in Whitehall next week. The Whitehall Police Department issued a notification that David Lynghamer, 67, is being released on Feb. 2 and will be under the supervision of the Department...

 

 

Wednesday, Jan. 13 04:46 — Whitehall: An owl was struck and is now in the ditch. 05:33 — Whitehall: A small beagle is roaming around. 07:39 — Independence: A semi is all over the road; going from ditch to ditch. 07:41 — Blair: A suspicious vehicle is by the railroad tracks. 08:01 — Trempealeau:...

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