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    Warrens Woman Facing 7th Offense OWI

    A 73 year old Warrens woman is facing her 7th offense OWI.  Peggy Mattingly was pulled over Monday December 10th after a caller reported witnessing Mattingly drinking a beer in the parking lot of a local restaurant.  Mattingly did not fare well counting backwards from 62-44 and seemed lethargic in her movements.  Police found an More >

    Necedah Christmas Parade is This Saturday

    Necedah will hold their Annual Christmas Parade this Saturday December 15th at 6pm.    The parade is sponsored by Necedah Fire & Rescue.  Donations for the Food Pantry & Toys for Tykes (New Packaged Toys) will be much appreciated.  Drop boxes located in the lobby of Bank of Mauston (Necedah Branch) and The Necedah Bank.  Join More >

    Tomah Memorial Hospital To Hold Blood Drive December 26th

    BloodCenter of Wisconsin officials are asking area residents to consider giving the gift of life by donating blood at Tomah Memorial Hospital Dec. 26. All blood types are welcome at the drive from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. in the hospital classrooms 321 Butts, Avenue. To donate, a person must be in good health, at More >

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    Governor Says He’s Considering At Least 1 Line-Item Veto For Lame-Duck Bills

    Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker avoided specifics while telling reporters he might look for places to use his line-item veto power on the set of bills passed by lawmakers last week.  The Republican says he is considering at least one seriously.  His Tuesday comments make it apparent he is likely to sign most of the legislation More >

    65K Wisconsin Residents Receive Mistaken Notification

    The Wisconsin Department of Health Services says a notice thousands of residents got was a mistake.  About 65-thousand people enrolled in Wisconsin Medicare Savings programs were told their benefits would end January 1st, but that’s not true.  The D-H-S says if the Social Security Administration or Medicare hasn’t contacted them about changes, there won’t be More >

    Voter Fraud Suspect Will Have Competency Evaluated

    A 70-year-old Wausau man will have his competency evaluated before he goes to trial on voter fraud charges.  A preliminary hearing for David Kitowski Tuesday was delayed until after the evaluation is completed.  Kitowski is accused of submitting two absentee ballots in last month’s election bearing the name of his dead mother.  She had died More >

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