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    Loganville Man Arrested for Carrying a Gun while Intoxicated

    A Loganville man was arrested for carrying a gun while intoxicated. According to Reedsburg Police, they were called to a business in the 100 block of 2nd Street, early Wednesday morning for a man who was unconscious. On arrival, officers identified 39-year-old William Laffey, who was passed out. Laffey was intoxicated and in possession of More >

    Juneau County’s February Umeployment Rate Remains the Same as January

    Wisconsin preliminary non-seasonally adjusted unemployment rates are in for February and Juneau County’s unemployment rate remain stagnant from January. According to the Department of Workforce Development, Juneau County’s unemployment rate was 7 percent in February, which was the same as in January. It’s the third month with no change in the unemployment rate for the More >

    Tomah VA to Temporarily Reduce Urgent Care Hours

    The Tomah VA Medical Center will temporarily reduce its urgent care clinic operating hours beginning April 27. The new clinic hours will be 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday, and 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on weekends and holidays. “This temporary change is being implemented in an effort to best serve our Veterans More >

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    Sturgeon spawning under way in Wisconsin

    NEW LONDON, Wis. (AP) — A spring ritual is underway in Wisconsin. And, it’s an early start to the sturgeon spawning run on the Wolf River. Dozens of the large, ancient fish spawn in shallow river water west of New London.State Department of Natural Resources sturgeon biologist Ryan Koenigs says the spawning season has started More >

    Officials: 2 dead in Milwaukee house fire

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — Officials say two people have died in a house fire in Milwaukee. And a third person was injured while jumping out of the home. Authorities say firefighters found flames on the first and second floor of the north side house early Friday. Firefighters say explosions heard coming from the home were due More >

    Lawmakers to decide whether to erase higher education board

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Legislature’s budget committee is set to decide whether to eliminate a 71-year-old state board that regulates for-profit colleges. Gov. Scott Walker’s budget calls for eliminating the Educational Approval Board, which approves and oversees for-profit colleges in the state, out-of-state nonprofit colleges operating in Wisconsin and college recruiters as well as More >

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