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The Village of Trempealeau Police Department has long yearned for a space where they can safely perform firearms training. They now have it thanks to unanimous approval from the Trempealeau village board at last Thursday’s meeting — the board approved the department to use the old landfill facility...
The Arcadia Glencoe Fire Department will “move forward as best it can” following the death of Fire Chief Jeff Halvorsen, Mayor Rob Reichwein told the council last week. Besides his work as fire chief, Halvorsen was also involved in the city’s emergency management efforts, Reichwein said. Halvorsen...
If your favorite form of outdoor fun doesn’t have as much support as you would like, now may be the chance to make your voice heard as the county seeks public comment as it prepares its new outdoor recreation plan. County residents have until Sept. 20 to express their opinions on how the county can...
New 2020 census data showing population growth in the town and village of Trempealeau is expected to shift some of the boundaries of the county’s 17 board of supervisors’ districts. The township and village of Trempealeau added 657 residents between 2010 and 2020, according to the census, and that...

            Michael Schmidknecht, Joel Wener and Scott Haines all credit their upbringing in the Arcadia area, specifically the Arcadia Police Department and former chief Patrick Grzadzielewski, for getting their law enforcement careers underway. All three are now sheriffs in the area.             (Submitted photo)

Arcadia High School graduates Michael Schmidknecht, Scott Haines and Joel Wener have reached the pinnacle of their local law enforcement careers and all three credit their relationships with the Arcadia Police Department for getting them started. The three took slightly different paths, but all...
With a long touchdown midway through the second quarter, the Whitehall football team was very much in the game, but a three-point halftime deficit turned into a 17-point loss as the Norse were blanked by Melrose-Mindoro in the second half. Whitehall still trailed by three until the Mustangs scored...
The Blair-Taylor High School volleyball team fell to 0-2 this season after a loss to Osseo-Fairchild on Thursday.  The Wildcats struggled offensively, scoring a total of 33 points in the three sets as the Thunder outscored them 50-11 in the first two. B-T was scheduled to play in a tournament...
Jose Monroy topped the field as the Arcadia boys cross country team took third in the Wabasha-Kellog Gallop last week Monday.  The race was limited to two miles to help athletes be conditioned for the heat as Monroy topped the field by 16 seconds. Cole Lockington was second on the team and 12th...

 

 

Wednesday, Aug. 25 00:51 — Arcadia: Suicidal 16-year-old male reporting. He is having delusions.  10:58 — Osseo: Caller was injured by a flying object. The caller is in their car, the windshield is smashed and the driver has cuts.  11:05 — Eleva: A vehicle has been all over the road, heading north...
The Trempealeau County Health Care Center is suing county human services for almost $19,000, a suit the county says should be dismissed because the center is a subdivision of the county. The health care centers suit alleges the county department of human services has refused to pay an $18,696 bill...

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