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James Killian

An Independence man who is alleged to have sexually assaulted girls as far back as 1990 cannot be prosecuted due to “misconduct” by a former county district attorney, the state’s appeals court has ruled. In its ruling last Tuesday, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals for District 3 agreed with...
As some county municipalities continue to struggle to fill all their police department positions, contracting with the sheriff’s department may become an option. As is the case throughout the nation, several county cities, including Arcadia, are finding it is taking longer than before to find...
While Arcadia officials said they had to eliminate early-morning lap swims at the city pool because of a lifeguard shortage, the city’s pool manager said lap swimmers and other patrons seem to be comfortably sharing the pool at noon and 6 p.m. One day “at noon there were seven lap swimmers and...
For about the last year and a half, the Arcadia School District has repeatedly shared their wish to have two full-time guidance counselors at the high school, but a lack of funds and applicants has prevented the addition. The school board hopes that a brand new position this fall will be a creative...

 

 

Voters in the state’s Aug. 9 partisan primary — one in which they will select the likely new clerk of court for the county — will be the first to be required to abide by new absentee ballot standards following a ruling by the state supreme court. Those who chose to vote with an absentee ballot now...

Sandy Rebhahn

Sandy Rebhahn doesn’t think she should still be alive, but she trusted her heart and it saved her life. The 2022 American Cancer Society Relay for Life of Trempealeau County honorary survivor noticed an issue on her scalp many years ago. She had it examined by her primary care physician who told...

 

 

  Wednesday, July 13 05:19 — Blair: A car hit a deer.  09:50 — Trempealeau: A 17-year-old is wrecking stuff. The teenager punched his or her father as well. The subject was arrested.  10:09 — Galesville: Male came into the store and inappropriately touched an employee.  11:10 — Galesville: Caller...

Isaac Pooler
The Village of Trempealeau will once again have an administrator after a unanimous decision at Thursday’s special village board meeting. Isaac Pooler, who has worked as the village’s treasurer and deputy clerk for the last year, has been promoted to be the new face of the municipality as its...
For most people attending the demolition derby at the Trempealeau County Fair last weekend, Saturday night was about family fun, spraying mud and drivers crashing and crunching their way to trophies and cash prizes. But for one family it was also about love and raising awareness for mental health...
County supervisors agreed to set aside $2.37 million in federal relief money for the new justice center after arguments that the money should go to those hit hardest by the pandemic and that the only other option was more borrowing. “The intent of the (American Rescue Plan Act) ARPA money is to...

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