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Rebecca Glewen

Whatever newness Rebecca Glewen faces as she acquaints herself with Trempealeau County is matched by residents as they get a glimpse of what it means to have a county administrator. Glewen is spending her early days as the county’s first administrator talking to and listening to department heads,...
Trempealeau County’s finance committee has approved sending to the full county board a resolution that would earmark $3.5 million, including all the remaining federal COVID funds, for renovations to the courthouse. The county’s executive finance committee approved the resolution Monday. A final...
A man who reportedly told police he used a social media video to mimic squad car lights and stopped a vehicle in Arcadia has been charged with a felony. Angel Noe Mendoza, 17, of Independence, is charged with felony false imprisonment after he allegedly placed his phone playing the video against...
The Whitehall district school board heard updates on one project that is nearing completion and another that will begin this summer. District Superintendent Mike Beighley told the board that the HVAC system has been installed in the school’s new technology center. That means the only significant...

Christ Lutheran Church in Arcadia’s Buddy Bags program, which aims to fight food insecurity in partnership with the Arcadia School District, is approaching 10,000 meals donated to first and second grade families in the community over the last three years. The program is now entirely funded by donations and gives students take-home meals each Friday.

Following the COVID pandemic, Christ Lutheran Church in Arcadia sought ways to help its community at a time people needed it most. The church’s eight-member stewardship committee decided to allocate $18,000 to three areas in which they wanted to help the community, one being food insecurity. Now...

 

 

The Trempealeau County Times received three awards in the Wisconsin Newspaper Association Foundation’s Better Newspaper Contest on March 15. Managing Editor Andrew Dannehy received a first-place award in Division D for his local column, “Just Another Week.” The judge, a member of the Kentucky Press...

 

 

Wednesday, March 20 06:47 — Strum: A deer is in the roadway.  09:16 — Whitehall: Caller reported an ongoing problem with dogs running at large.  10:22 — Blair: A car hit a deer.  10:50 — Trempealeau: A male received a scam call from someone claiming to be from Medicare.  10:59 — Independence:...

 

 

25 YEARS AGO April 8, 1999 Should the city of Whitehall sell its city center building so that Trempealeau County can add to its sheriff’s department and jail complex? From the time it became apparent that the county would need more jail space, city official shave said that they were willing, at the...
Though the candidates for Arcadia mayor are the same as two years ago – when the race was settled by a mere five votes – this year’s contest is a little edgier. Next Tuesday city voters will decide between John Kimmel, Arcadia mayor from 2006 to 2015, and incumbent Mayor Kevin Mayzek, who is...
All four residents competing for a pair of seats in Galesville city government in next Tuesday’s spring election carry experience representing the municipality. In one race, current council members David Carlson and Tom Thatcher seek election to become Galesville’s next mayor. The winner will...

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