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  The village of Ettrick will soon be on the World Wide Web.  After hearing a presentation from Vision Design Group (VDG) at its regular meeting last week Tuesday, village trusteed voted unanimously to proceed with launching a website. The cost will be $1,500 to design and set the website up and...
The Arcadia wrestling team won the first three matches and then took five of the last seven to beat Whitehall on the road, 54-28, last week Tuesday. The Raiders began the match with three straight pins as Edgar Ortiz (170) pinned Broc Coburn in 2:54 before Gery Lopez (182) stuck Luke Matejka in 3:...
The Arcadia High School girls basketball team claimed its first win under coach Evan Pagel last week. Pagel and the Raiders beat Viroqua 54-28 on Thursday to improve to 1-4 on the season and 1-1 in Coulee Conference play. The win followed a tight loss to La Crosse Logan last Monday. “It was really...

            Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau senior Will Mack lobbed a shot toward the rim during last Tuesday’s 67-58 loss to Bangor at G-E-T High School.            (Times photograph by Benjamin Pierce)

The energy from the Bangor boys basketball team’s bench and fans could be felt in the gymnasium at Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School when the clock hit zeros for halftime last Tuesday. It was that same momentum to open the second half that helped Bangor edge G-E-T in a 67-58 win. Defending...

 

 

  Wednesday, Nov. 30 04:47 — Whitehall: A vehicle is in the ditch; it looks like it has been there a while.  04:49 — Ettrick: A pickup hauling a four-wheeler on a trailer is stuck in the roadway.  08:16 — Whitehall: A 67-year-old male collapsed and is possibly not breathing.  09:51 — Independence:...
County officials will explore costs before eliminating the position of coroner in favor of a medical examiner. At Monday’s county executive finance committee, member Dave Orsch urged members to delay shifting the position to medical examiner given how costly that role might be. The committee voted...
After decades of representing the Village of Trempealeau and its residents, Kurt Wood will not be running village board meetings past April. The current village board president will not seek reelection in April’s election, ending a 30-year tenure on the board, he recently told the Times. Wood...
Sewer utility rates for Trempealeau residents will increase by five percent next year following village board action last week. The Trempealeau village board unanimously approved the increase at its meeting last Thursday, which takes effect Jan. 1. Individual charges for sewer rates are different...
One month after the Trempealeau village board talked about spending nearly $500,000 in Tax Increment District (TID) dollars to fix a road in the commercial development because of alleged planning errors by a former employee, the future of such fixes is temporarily in question. Village Administrator...
Arcadia taxpayers are likely to see a slight bump in the city’s tax rate in 2023, while cuts by the council gives the city a $3.46 million balanced budget. The 2023 budget approved by the council last Wednesday also gives the Arcadia Public Library a one-time boost in funding of $19,000 to cover...

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