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The Blair-Taylor volleyball team ended their season last Monday with a victory, sweeping Gilmanton in three sets last week. The Wildcats finish their season 4-8, including a first-round postseason loss to Cochrane-Fountain City. Last Monday’s season finale was also the final game for seniors Ceziah...
            In a letter sent to local media outlets, the heads of Gundersen Health System and Mayo Clinic Health System joined forces to ask local residents to help fight coronavirus.             Both La Crosse and Trempealeau counties have seen drastic increases in COVID-19 cases over the last two...
            Democrats who were hoping Trempealeau County would turn blue again were disappointed on election night as President Donald Trump won the county, but the incumbent president lost both the state and the country — both popular vote and electoral college — to challenger Joe Biden...
An 18-year-old Ettrick woman has been charged with two felonies after deputies allegedly tracked down a 16-year-old through a school-issued computer tablet and found him at the woman’s home. Shauna Bue, 18, of 22836 N. Main St., Ettrick is charged with interfering with child custody, contributing...
County board members are now scheduled to vote at their regular Nov. 16 meeting on whether the county should build a $40 million addition to the courthouse. The latest change in the vote date was driven by requests from both supervisors and consultants working on the project to take advantage of...
A drop in the city’s assessed value will make a mill rate increase likely for Independence taxpayers. Though the city’s tentative budget at $1.415 million for 2021 is lower than the 2020 budget of $1.448 million, an overall $2 million drop in the value of property means a likely hike in the mill...
In the fifth case brought against him since December of 2019, a Galesville man faces four more felonies for violations of bond conditions after being charged with drug possession, other bail jumping, intimidating a witness and violating a restraining order. Christopher John Stewart, 43, of...
A jump in the value of property in the county, low interest rates and a budget anticipating somewhat lower spending are reducing the county’s mill rate. The 2021 rate is $657 for each $100,000 in property value compared to this year’s $670 per $100,000, according to county clerk Paul Syverson. With...
The number of deaths caused by COVID-19 tripled last week as yet another record for new cases was set. Trempealeau County Health Department Director Barb Barczak said all six of the county residents who have died from the virus — including four last week — were over the age of 60, however, she...
Wednesday, Oct. 21 11:34 — Galesville: Caller’s juvenile daughter ran away. 11:50 — Dodge: A male just slapped a female in the face.   11:58 — Osseo: State Patrol request the sheriff’s department attempt to locate a vehicle that got off the interstate at the Osseo exit. 15:40 — Blair: A female is...

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