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The Whitehall School District is offering space to lease for a child care center in the former Beaver Builders Supply building that was purchased by the district last month. (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Whitehall school board voted at its regular meeting last week Monday to make space for a child care center available in the recently purchased former Beaver Builders Supply property and to accept proposals until its January meeting.  Based on conversations at the November meeting, the space...
  Wednesday, Nov. 23 01:02 — Independence: Female is requesting an interpreter.  07:22 — Whitehall: Caller said there is a wounded buck behind his shed.  09:40 — Arcadia: Caller wants her adult daughter removed. She has asked her daughter to leave, but she refuses. There is nothing physical going...
A new intermediate school will not be the focus of any referendum questions by the Arcadia School District in the immediate future following a community survey that showed residents are more comfortable with supporting an operational referendum. Results from the survey, conducted by School...
Hunters had considerably more success in Trempealeau County this year than last year as the total number of deer harvested was also higher than the five-year average from 2017-2021. According to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, there were 2,299 deer harvested in Trempealeau County on...
A restructure within the Trempealeau Police Department will help to create a clear chain of command and allow for more personalized responsibilities, Chief Jeremy Randall thinks. Matthew Wright was recently promoted to sergeant, while officer Christopher Carley added investigator to his job title....

 

 

An area group will again entertain at the annual Christmas Concert at Osseo-Fairchild High School on Sunday. The Stouthearted Men & Friends have performed in Osseo for more than 20 years. The Stouthearted Men organized 28 years ago before evolving to include “friends” — which include women and...

 

 

“We’ve had a good ride, but it’s a conversation we need to start having,” Blair-Taylor Superintendent Lynn Halverson told the district school board regarding the possibility of a referendum that would ask taxpayers for permission to exceed revenue limits for operational expenses. Halverson told the...

 

 

  Wednesday, Nov. 16 00:23 — Independence: An 83-year-old male fell in the garage.  01:15 — Whitehall: An unoccupied vehicle is partially in the lane of travel.  04:52 — Arcadia: One-vehicle rollover. Caller doesn’t know if there are any injuries.  05:12 — Osseo: Caller reported a van crashed....
All five schools in the Times’ coverage area were graded out as at least having met expectations and two exceeded expectations, according to report cards for the 2021-22 school year released by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction last week. The Independence School District had the top...
In order to help offset skyrocketing insurance costs, the Arcadia Public Library board requested additional funding from the city council at last Wednesday’s meeting. Elva Helwig, president of the library board, said that insurance premiums for the library’s two employees increased by about $39,000...

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