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    Two Former Juneau County Board Supervisors Recognized

    Two former Juneau County Board supervisors have been recognized for their contributions to Juneau County: Herbert Carlson and Joan Koscal. Carlson was elected in 1994 and was defeated in the April election by Gary Frei. During his term, he served on eight committees: Bond and Insurance: Industrial and Recreation; Landfill, Solid Waste and Recycling; Safety More >

    Necedah High School to Host a Community Blood Drive Thursday, April 24

    The Necedah High School will be hosting a community blood drive. The BloodCenter of Wisconsin says the blood drive will be held on Thursday, April 24 in the Multipurpose Room from 9am-2:30pm. There is an especially great need for O negative, A negative and B negative donors, but all donors are welcome. Anyone 16 or older More >

    Adams County Law Enforcement Taking Back Unwanted Prescription Drugs April 26

    On April 26 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Adams County Law Enforcement Agencies, the Drug Free Adams County Task Force, and the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will give the public its eighth opportunity in three years to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription More >

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    Appeals court revives Capitol protest lawsuit

    ASHLAND, Wis. (AP) – A state appeals court has revived a lawsuit brought by a group protesting Gov. Scott Walker’s collective bargaining bill at the Capitol in 2011. Six people who were issued citations for carrying signs sued state officials, saying their free speech rights were violated. The tickets were later dismissed by the Dane More >

    Attendance up 2 percent at Midwest Horse Fair

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Attendance was up this year at the Midwest Horse Fair in Madison. Officials say despite rain and thunderstorms last weekend attendance hit nearly 55,000 people at the three-day fair, an increase of 2 percent over 2013. According to the fair, the event’s estimated economic impact on the Madison area was $8.4 million, which More >

    Oconto High fire causes $5M damage

    OCONTO, Wis. (AP) – A fire at Oconto High School has caused an estimated $5 million in smoke damage to the school. Students have been out of school since Wednesday morning when a fire broke out in a boys’ bathroom. Classes are also canceled Thursday and Friday is a scheduled day off. WLUK-TV (http://bit.ly/1gEtmJY ) reports when More >

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