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  Those commuting between Blair and Whitehall will have to find an alternate route for most of the summer. Construction on US Highway 53 is slated to begin this coming Tuesday with the road scheduled to be closed until Aug. 12, according to the Trempealeau County Highway Department. Construction is...
  Citing the recent increase in cases, the Trempealeau County Health Department released a list of guidelines for county residents following the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the Safer at Home order on Wednesday. “Trempealeau County is not ready to return to normal, pre-COVID...
  Three more summer events bit the dust last week as officials in Independence, Whitehall and Trempealeau decided to cancel their annual summer celebrations. The Beef and Dairy Days Committee announced the cancellation of Whitehall’s celebration, scheduled for Aug. 20-23 last week Monday. A post on...
  With a Sunday morning ceremony, the Mount Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church last winter congregation has celebrated completion of a long-hoped-for land conservation agreement or easement for its 19-acre Little Bluff property high above the church at Trempealeau. The congregation has concluded a...
(Editor's note: The following story appeared in the June 26, 2019 edition of the Trempealeau County Times. The story was honored a second-place award for non-profile features in the Wisconsin Newspaper Association's Better Newspaper Contest) It doesn’t look like much. A small silo off to the side...
  Citing the recent increase in cases, the Trempealeau County Health Department released a list of guidelines for county residents following the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s decision to overturn the Safer at Home order on Wednesday. “Trempealeau County is not ready to return to normal, pre-COVID...
  A free community COVID-19 testing site organized by the Wisconsin National Guard and Trempealeau County Health Department will be open in Arcadia next Wednesday. The testing will be run from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. as a specimen collection team from the National Guard will be on hand in the Arcadia...
Hitting the accelerator pedal instead of the brake left one woman injured after a crash with two parked cars on Sunday. According to a release from the Trempealeau County Sheriff’s Department, Lisa Humfeld, 58, Trempealeau, was driving in the parking lot of Boondocks Bar and Grill, County Road M in...
Gundersen Tri-County Hospital and Clinics is resuming limited in-person clinic appointments and elective procedures. The safe, careful approach to resuming in-person visits and expanding virtual care options are part of a long-term strategy to restore Gundersen operations and respond to our...
If you look just at the numbers, the pandemic-driven lockdown may have given county lawbreakers pause. “We usually have three or four bond hearings a week for new arrests,” said Trempealeau County District Attorney John Sacia. “We’re down to one or two, and some weeks, none.” Sheriff Brett...

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