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    Juneau County Sheriff’s Office Asks for Updated Addresses

    The Juneau County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your assistance in updating your addresses in our 911 Dispatching system. With the evolution of technology, many residents have chosen to go wireless and no longer have a dedicated land line for a home phone. We are seeking to keep our address database as current as possible More >

    An Evasive Maneuver Puts Car on Lemonweir River

    The Outdoors Forever Car Dunk car had competition Thursday afternoon. First reports say the Pontiac vehicle was in the blind spot of a truck on Highway 82 in the city of Mauston when the truck started to change lanes. The driver made an evasive maneuver and went off the side and landed on the Lemonweir River. More >

    Mauston Possible Candidate for SWAG Agricultural Education Center Facility

    Mauston is a possible candidate in getting an agricultural education facility that would house 300 employees. The Southern Wisconsin Agricultural Group (SWAG) presented a development proposal on the Agricultural Education and Innovation Center Thursday morning at Mauston City Hall. SWAG is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. According to their website, SWAG was founded in 2010 by More >

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    Father, girlfriend to face trial in toddler’s death

    LA CROSSE, Wis. (AP) – The father of a 3-year-old girl and his girlfriend will stand trial on charges in the toddler’s death in La Crosse County. Medical examiner Vincent Tranchida testified Wednesday in court that Audryna Bartsh had suffered bleeding on the brain, a black eye and more than 4 dozen scrapes and bruises before More >

    Assembly prepares for all-night right-to-work debate

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Wisconsin Democrats are meeting in private before debate of the right-to-work bill. Democrats said Thursday they plan to meet until about 11 a.m. and then return to the Assembly. Debate could begin then, but lawmakers also have to break for the annual State of the Tribes speech at 12:30 p.m. Speaker Robin Vos More >

    9 of 10 claims dismissed in Milwaukee archdiocese bankruptcy

    MILWAUKEE (AP) – A judge in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee bankruptcy has eliminated the largest number of sexual abuse claims to date in the 4-year-old case. Federal bankruptcy Judge Susan Kelley has dismissed nine of 10 claims challenged by the archdiocese. In seven of the claims, Kelley ruled they failed to show evidence of fraud. More >

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