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  The Runnestrand-Pederson American Legion Post 354 of Ettrick has announced there will be an abbreviated Memorial Day Service on Memorial Day in Ettrick. Legionnaires will meet at Gametime Park at 10:20 a.m. and march to the Bank Parking Lot and Legion Veteran Cemetery at 10:45 a.m. where there...
  The Arcadia public library now has curbside pick-up of books. Readers may call 608-323-7505, email rkdpubli@wrlsweb.org or visit the library online at www.wrlsweb.org/arcadia to order, said librarian Jen Losinski. When the requested material arrives, the library will contact the reader and have...

Dr. Paul Dettloff of Arcadia received the 2019 Eco-Ag Lifetime Achievement Award from Acres, USA last December. Dettloff is pictured with his daughter, Megan, at the convention, which was held in Minneapolis, Minn. this year. (Submitted photo) 

Paul Dettloff — know by some as Dr. Paul and others as Doc Dettloff — didn’t know it was coming. “My daughter and wife conspired against me,” Dettloff said. “I’m going to get Trump to pass a law saying you can’t do that.”  Thinking he was attending the Acres USA Eco-Ag Conference and Trade Show in...

Charlotte Thomley, owner of Sylver's Bar in Independence, awaits customers on a rainy Sunday after finally opening Friday. She said business was "OK" following a state supreme court decision that a stay-at-home order because of the pandemic was invalid. Thomley was disinfecting her business and had removed half the seats at the bar to keep customers apart. "We've been closed for 58 days," she sighed. 

Based on comments and observations that are a long way from scientific, it appears Trempealeau County residents are not crowding into businesses reopening after the lifting of the COVID-19 lockdown. Business was “pretty good” for the Newcomb Valley Inn in Arcadia last Friday as it opened after the...
Two businesses in Whitehall are helping others through the pandemic by offering $25 gift cards throughout the month of May. Johnson Hardware and Rental and Jack Funeral Homes are helping to support other businesses in the city and surrounding area that have been impacted by COVID-19 and the Safer...
Wednesday, April 29 08:23 — Osseo: Emergency room is requesting an officer.  09:38 — Galesville: Caller’s yard has been dug up and items were taken. Caller has no idea who did it or why.  14:42 — Blair: A juvenile is breaking tables and broke his mother’s phone earlier. He was also biting.  15:35...
While Arcadia has decided to cancel its summer recreation programs and close its pool for the summer because of concerns about COVID-19, other municipalities are still wrestling with the question of whether to offer organized summer programs for children. Besides Arcadia, Whitehall has also decided...
Wednesday, April 22 11:03 — Blair: Report of a door standing wide open. Nobody is inside of it.  11:12 — Ettrick: Report of a possible missing person.  11:35 — Osseo: Caller requesting deputies attempt to locate a semi that nearly hit a tow truck driver.  16:49 — Trempealeau: Caller requesting a...
The number of positive COVID-19 tests in Trempealeau County increased by one early this week as the county health department announced plans to introduce community testing. The sixth positive test was announced by the health department on Monday afternoon. The health department’s social media page...
Ashley for the Arts announced the cancelation of its 2020 music and art festival, due to the current circumstances arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. With the widespread effects of the pandemic, including government recommendations and the implementation of social distancing guidelines, crowd...

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