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            Owner of Prestige Firearms Bryan Dewey (right) and employee James DeLambert recently opened Prestige Firearms in downtown Ettrick to give Trempealeau County residents a closer option for guns, ammunition and accessories such as optics and cases.            (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

New Ettrick business to bring locals  access to firearms, ammunition By Benjamin Pierce Times Staff An empty storefront, a group of friends and a passion for all things firearms. It was the perfect combination for Bryan Dewey, who opened his new business, Prestige Firearms, in downtown Ettrick two...

Kari Tidquist

Barring a shocking turn of events, Kari Tidquist will be the next Trempealeau County Clerk of Courts. Tidquist won the partisan primary election held last week Tuesday with 1,199 votes, beating Mary Lee, 969; Rob Grover, 734 and Derreck Winkler, 245. All four candidates ran as Republicans with no...

Paul Anderson

A familiar face is bringing a familiar formation to the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School football program’s offense with the hope of a revived attack. Paul Anderson knew from the second he accepted the head job for the Red Hawks earlier this year that he was going to go back to a power running...

 

 

  Wednesday, Aug. 3 02:20 — Strum: Caller stated his alarm was going off then he heard a car door slam. He believes someone may be messing with his vehicle.  11:17 — Galesville: Calling on behalf of their neighborhood group, reporting party is requesting extra patrol on Sawmill Road. The speed is...

            Rob DeMeuse with School Perceptions presented to the Arcadia school board the next steps for community surveys this fall.             (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

For the first time, cost estimates and specific improvements for a possible facilities referendum in the Arcadia School District were presented at a special school board meeting last week. The school board asked vendors to continue investigating a possible project worth about $39.3 million that...
The village of Trempealeau is trying to decide next steps for navigating road maintenance such as snow removal and proper placement of utility equipment in a tax incremental district (TID) along Highway 35 after miscommunication led to the property having a private access road. The district sits on...

 

 

The Trempealeau County Highway Department confirmed last week that Highway 53 just south of Blair will close this coming Monday. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is closing the highway to replace two box culverts between the Blair city limits and County Highway I. The highway will remain...
The Ettrick village board voted unanimously to allow an ordinance variance that will allow Dollar General to have a septic system instead of hooking up to the village sewer main. While the village ordinance prohibits septic tanks, a public hearing was held prior to the village’s regular meeting...
After missing out last year, the city of Blair has been awarded a Community Development Block Grant that will help fund the reconstruction of a portion of Broadway St. in the city. David Schofield of engineering company Short Elliott Hendrickson told city council members at their regular meeting...
Arcadia officials are pondering whether the city should take over management of the pavilion and chickens pits at Memorial Park as one way of assuring there would be revenue when major work is needed on the facilities. The pavilion and pits are now run by the Lions Club under a 23-year agreement...

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