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Those living near a proposed development at the east end of Jefferson Street in Arcadia again called on the council to protect their property from possible new runoff, while council members said the rules so far are in the state’s hands. Council member Duane Matelski told two of the neighbors last...
Three Blair-Taylor High School students are looking to add a little color to the school’s hallways in a way that will also provide a positive message for all to see. B-T senior Juan Lopez pitched the idea along with fellow art students junior Signe Brunvatne and freshman Evelyn Swenson to paint a...
Arcadia officials are counting on an early start to perhaps lessen the troubles of finding lifeguards, and may even have identified a solution for the early morning lap swimmers. Former parks and recreation director Eva Anderson stepped out of retirement and called on the council last Wednesday to...
The Arcadia school board could vote next month whether to move forward with a non-recurring operational referendum ask from voters. In order to meet a timeline for a referendum question this April, the board needs to vote on the referendum in January. The referendum would pay for operating costs...

 

 

  Wednesday, Dec. 14 01:44 — Whitehall: Crash reported. Caller doesn’t know how many vehicles were involved or if there were any injuries.  01:49 — Osseo: Reporting party said their brother ran off the roadway.  05:55 — Osseo: Male from an accident is now having a seizure. His eyes are rolled back...

(Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

 Mike Rhude of Tickfer-Erickson American Legion Post 17 set a wreath along Soldier’s Walk in Memorial Park as part of the annual Wreaths Across America ceremony on Saturday. With other area businesses joining Ashley Furniture Industries to help sponsor the program this year, wreaths were placed at...
The Blair city council appears to be in favor of switching from garbage bags to garbage cans once it is able to figure out how to handle the billing process. The only vote taken on the issue was to send it back to the commit-tee level to figure out how, exactly, to bill for the garbage cans....
Despite mixed messages, rumors and confusion over the last decade, the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau School District does not have access to permanent operating dollars as part of the 2010 referendum and has not had the option to increase taxes for operating help since 2015-16. A spokesperson with the...
County board members sparred over two issues, the initial approval for road borrowing and restructuring some aspects of the county’s personnel structure, before approving one but setting a special meeting for the second. The board is scheduled to reconvene Jan. 4 to act on recommendations that...
The Whitehall city council made quick work of their agenda at their most recent meeting as most of it was spent behind closed doors. Two closed sessions were on the schedule, one regarding purchases with public funds and one regarding employment. The first closed session lasted eight minutes, and...

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