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    Petenwell and Castle Rock Flowages Begin Annual Drawdowns in Advance of Spring Runoff

    The Wisconsin River Power Company will begin drawing down the Petenwell and Castle Rock flowages on the Wisconsin River starting in February  to prepare for the spring runoff of melting snow from northern Wisconsin.  The drawdowns will be gradual and minimized as much as possible.  Drawdown levels of up to five and one half feet More >

    Nekoosa Man Arrested In Juneau County For OWI

    A Nekoosa man was arrested last week for OWI in the town of Armenia after a high speed chase with law enforcement officers. On the evening of January 21st, a deputy received a call stating that a vehicle was swerving from one lane to the other in the area of 2nd Street and 23rd Avenue. The More >

    Mauston Police Report Warrant Arrests

    Three people were arrested on warrants. One incident occurred early Thursday morning when Mauston Police responded to a truck stop on Highway 82 East for an unwanted party complaint. They took into custody 51-year-old David Kelm of Grand Marsh on a probation hold warrant and transported him to the Juneau County Jail. The other incident More >

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    Sheriff: Friends were flying plane to Alaska when it crashed

    OWEN, Wis. (AP) – Wisconsin authorities say two friends were flying a recently purchased airplane to Alaska when it crashed, killing the pilot’s father. Clark County Sheriff Greg Herrick released the names of the three people involved in Monday’s crash in central Wisconsin. The pilot, 27-year-old Mark Siegwart of Hammond, Indiana, and his friend, 41-year-old Nathan Smoot More >

    Republican says he doesn’t support school sanctions

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – A Republican state senator says he does not believe the state can force failing public schools to be converted into independent charter schools. Sen. Paul Farrow made his comments Tuesday while testifying in support of a measure he introduced that does not include sanctions. Assembly Republicans are backing a different approach with More >

    Road conditions blamed in fatal crash

    RACINE, Wis. (AP) – Authorities say slick roads were a factor in a fatal crash in Racine County. A pickup truck and car collided in the Town of Dover about 5:30 a.m. Tuesday. Sheriff’s officials say the female driver of the Prius was partially ejected and the pickup caught fire. The driver of the car More >

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