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Because the April 2019 defeat of a curbside recycling referendum could be traced to a confusing question and a rushed effort, the city of Arcadia will ask residents again in November whether they want the expanded recycling services. The city council last Wednesday directed city staff to prepare...
Galen Mueller, 75, of Arcadia was found dead after a tree fell on him on Friday, according to a press release issued by the Trempealeau County Sheriff’s Department.  The sheriff’s department received a report saying that Mueller was missing at 7:43 p.m. on Friday. The reporting party indicated that...
The number of positive COVID-19 tests in Trempealeau County increased by one early this week as the county health department announced plans to introduce community testing. The sixth positive test was announced by the health department on Monday afternoon. The health department’s social media page...

Jackson County K9 Chance - with handler by Stan Eddington & Trempealeau County K9 Luke - with handler Eduardo Hernandez

Three people were arrested thanks to the help of K9 units from Trempealeau and Jackson counties and the use of a drone, according to a release sent by Trempealeau County Sheriff Brett Semingson.  A high-speed pursuit began in Trempealeau County at about 1 p.m. last week Tuesday as a vehicle was...

Brandyn Domnie, a 2013 G-E-T graduate, quit his hob in La Crosse to help COVID-19 pateints in New York. (Submitted photo) 

It wasn’t what Brandyn Domnie likely imagined for his career — living out of hotels and Airbnbs in New York City, working long hours at a municipal hospital overrun with coronavirus patients. But Domnie says it was absolutely the right decision for him. Domnie grew up in Galesville and graduated...
The search for a new administrator of the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau School District has narrowed to three according to a press release from the district last week. Cochrane-Fountain City School District superintendent Michele Butler, Menominee Indian School District assistant superintendent/director...
  Less than a week after the second positive COVID-19 test in Trempealeau County, the third person has tested positive, according to the Trempealeau County Health Department. Health officer Barb Barczak sent a release confirming the third case of COVID-19 in Trempealeau County on Wednesday, six...
Ashley Furniture Industries plans on having all its employees furloughed because of the COVID-19 lockdown back to work by the first of June, said Ashley President and CEO Todd Wanek. Wanek said 70 percent of the 2,000 employees who were furloughed from the Arcadia and Whitehall plants have resumed...
The number of families seeking help through just the Trempealeau County Food Pantry has more than doubled in two months, and pantry operators are getting concerned they may not be able to get all the food they need. “Last month we had to reorder twice,” said Michael Demulling, vice president of the...
For the second time in less than a month an area man has died as the result of a fire that got out of control. Louis Salzwedel, 80, died last week Tuesday from injuries sustained from a fire on Monday. According to a press release by the Trempealeau County Sheriff’s Department, Salzwedel received...

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