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The Blair-Taylor School District is looking to hire a new administrator after longtime middle/high school principal Dana Eide resigned from the district to take a position as the principal as Spence Elementary School in the La Crosse School District. Eide declined to comment on her decision to...

 

 

Wednesday, July 12 02:57 — Trempealeau: Someone just pounded on the caller’s door.  06:13 — Osseo: A male is walking on the shoulder of the road.  07:21 — Ettrick: A truck with a flat tire is partially on the curb. It has been there for a couple of days.  07:37 — Osseo: An officer is dispatching a...

 

 

25 YEARS AGO July 30, 1998 Tri-County Memorial Hospital and Nursing Home has expanded its radiology department services with a new in-house computer tomography imaging system. Tri-County and American Diagnostic Medicine last week completed installation of the CT — better known as a CAT scanner –...
After years of rejecting the idea, Trempealeau County board members unanimously voted to hire someone to oversee the operations of county government. The vote Monday came after members of a special committee and representatives of the Wisconsin Counties Association presented the case for hiring a...
A Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau school board member wants the board to consider having more say in compensation negotiations when teachers receive competing offers from outside districts. Harold Olson told his fellow board members last Monday that he feels the district could have done more to keep high...
The Independence school board approved changes to its graduation policy that lowers the number of credits needed to graduate and specifically notes which student will be celebrated as part of graduation ceremonies. The vote was originally unanimous, but board member Bob Guza later said that he didn...
The Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau school board could soon be back to full capacity. The board last Monday unanimously approved a plan to fill the current vacancy on the board left by Paul Kinzer’s resignation from the Galesville seat last month. Four candidates have submitted letters of interest to fill...
While they found a solution to open the city swimming pool this year, the Whitehall city council will need to go back to the drawing board for next summer. Last week Tuesday, the city council was informed by pool manager Kelly Geidd, that she and her partner, Chasity Huismann, would not return to...
While acknowledging public schools are unlikely to receive a $325 per pupil  increase in state spending for the next 400 years, members of the Trempealeau Valley Cooperative 2.0 said the move made by Gov. Tony Evers put a spotlight on the need for consistency in school funding.  “We can’t be...
A staff survey in the Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau School District shows employees are happier overall in the district today than they were a year ago, but some areas — such as mental health of students and staff pay — remain concerns. The survey was conducted through Wisconsin company School...

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