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The Blair city council approved a series of resolutions as the first step toward applying for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) to help fund the reconstruction of Broadway St. set for 2022 or 2023. The project consists of replacing water mains and sewer lines along Broadway and Pearl...
The Ettrick village board signed off on allowing village president John Beirne and clerk Jane Jensen to send a letter to the Ettrick Fire Department asking that they activate the village siren when the department is paged for a fire or accident call. The village president said he was concerned...

            Arcadia High School seniors participated in tree-planting, trash pickup and other various beautification efforts at Arcadia Middle/High School, as well as various parks around their community last Thursday. The 50 white pine trees were donated by Ron Wanek, and planted with assistance from Ashley Furniture personnel.             (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

As the Arcadia High School Class of 2021 prepares to embark on postgraduate life, a collaborative effort with Ashley Furniture Industries, Inc. helped them give back to their community last week. Ron Wanek, founder and chairman of Ashley, donated 50 white pine trees for planting along the north end...

 

 

The Independence school board discussed the path forward in bleak terms after a referendum seeking $700,000 annually for three years to meet operating expenses failed earlier this month. At their regular meeting last Wednesday, board president Joe Bragger said that while the district remains...

 

 

Wednesday, April 7 05:53 — Taylor: Suspicious activity by the trailer park. 09:18 — Strum: Caller reported a large farm implement, possibly hauling manure, is tearing up the road and the shoulders. 10:02 — Ettrick: There was a white male who showed up to the caller’s house in a rusty white van. He...

            Justice Vaaler of Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau ran behind the lead block of Thomas Haney during the Red Hawks' 52-13 win over Black River Falls on Friday.             (Times photograph by Zac Bellman)

Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau got the best of Coulee Conference foe Black River Falls to improve to 4-0 on Senior Night last Friday. The culmination of Homecoming week was a close game early that devolved into a rout shortly after halftime. The Red Hawks tallied over 500 yards of offense, all on the...
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) is instructing Wisconsin vaccine providers to stop administering the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine due to a federal review of adverse side effects reported. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)...
The members of the Trempealeau Valley Cooperative 2.0 governing board voted unanimously to continue the four-school co-op, which had come under fire in recent months, at an in-person meeting held at Western Technical College in Independence last Wednesday. The governing board — which consists of...
Backers of a resolution that would put county government on record as opposing gun control laws say what they’re seeking is not quite the same as the version considered by a county committee a week and a half ago. “We began working on this over a year ago, and had to stop when COVID hit,” said...
The Independence School District will be searching for alternative funding solutions after a referendum proposal to support operating expenses failed by a slim margin in last week’s election. Fourteen votes separated the yays and nays on the proposal, which would have provided a $700,000 revenue...

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