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Necedah Man Facing Drug Charges after Making Improper Stop at Stop Sign

A Necedah man is facing multiple drug related charges after stopping too far into an intersection on Monday morning.  A Mauston police officer witnessed a vehicle being driven by 34 year old Michael Stutesman make an improper stop at the intersection of Elm and Tremont in Mauston.  The officer was able to observe several signs More >

Wisconsin Dells Man Facing 5th Offense OWI

A Wisconsin Dells man is facing his 5th Offense OWI.  On August 18th a Wisconsin State Trooper witnessed a vehicle driving thru Camp Douglas with a large amount of smoke coming up from under the hood.  The trooper initiated a traffic stop on the vehicle.  He made contact with the driver and they opened the More >

Deer Poaching Investigation Ends With Five Arrests

Conservation Police say they’ve busted a deer poaching ring in southwestern Wisconsin that may be the biggest in the state. Officers arrested five people after looking into deer killed in Vernon County. Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources says a many as 40 deer were illegally killed by poachers in the ring.

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Vernon County Woman Loses Control of Vehicle Trying to Avoid Deer

A single-vehicle crash occurred Tuesday morning, November 19, 2019, at approximately 6:45 AM, in the town of Kickapoo. 29 year old Krystal K. Howell, of Readstown was operating a passenger car northbound on State Highway 131, just north of the village of Readstown. The operator slowed to avoid striking a deer and lost control. The More >

Nebraska Authorities Find Remains Of 1 Of 2 Missing Wisconsin Brothers

The remains of one of the two missing Wisconsin brothers assumed murdered has been discovered in southwestern Nebraska.  A rancher called authorities to say he found human remains in a stock trailer he bought in Missouri.  Investigators think those remains belong to either Nicolas or Justin Diemel.  Officials from Caldwell County, Missouri and troopers with More >

Series Of Bills Would Address Wisconsin Teacher Shortage

A series of bills will be introduced next legislative session to address Wisconsin’s teacher shortage.  Republican State Representative Mary Felzkowski is behind the legislation which would allow employees who are part of the Wisconsin Retirement System to re-enter the workforce after they leave it.  Its aim is to keep high-quality educators available after they retire.  More >

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