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    Juneau County Sheriff’s Department Hopes to Purchase 5 New Vehicles

    The Juneau County Sheriff’s Committee approved a motion to purchase a new administrative vehicle as well as 4 new squad cars during their August 14th meeting.  The motion will go before the County Board at their August 21st meeting.  The Sheriff’s committee was quick to act because the 2020 models would cost $8,000 more than More >

    Vehicle Overturns in Vernon County but No Injuries Reported

    A motor vehicle accident occurred on August 16th at approximately 12:30am.  The accident occurred on State Highway 56 near Ostrem Road in the Town of Jefferson.  Samuel Hudnall age 38, of rural Viroqua was traveling westbound on State Highway 56 a short distance east of Bud when he lost control of his vehicle and it More >

    Tomah’s Toro Company Expanding Facilities Adding 35 More Jobs

    Governor Scott Walker is touting the Toro Company is expanding their Tomah facility, as well as adding 35 more jobs.   The building expansion will add 180,000 square feet to the facility.   The state announced that Toro will receive state tax income-tax credits as part of the project.  The governor’s office also stated the company plans More >

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    Madison-Based Company Called “eBay Of Freight”

    A Madison company which uses artificial intelligence and software to help businesses make easier and more efficient shipping decisions is ranked the fastest-growing company in the U-S.  With nearly 99-million dollars in revenue, SwanLeap has quadrupled in value over the last year.  Inc 5000 calls SwanLeap the “eBay of freight.”  C-E-O Brad Hollister says his More >

    Former Milwaukee Police Officer Accused Of Witness Intimidation

    Investigators say a former Milwaukee police officer had his family members contact at least one victim connected to his sex crime case.  Dominique Heaggan-Brown is accused of witness intimidation.  He pleaded guilty to soliciting prostitution and obtaining someone’s image with consent.  Heaggan-Brown’s brother allegedly called the victim to say he would “contact him in the More >

    Racine Caregiver Accused Of Leaving Autistic Woman In Super-Heated Van

    Racine County authorities are charging a caregiver with leaving an autistic woman in a super-heated, locked van while she went to a salon.  Burlington police say the temperature in that van reached 109 degrees while 35-year-old Bridget Flynn was having a waxing procedure done.  Witnesses told officers the 26-year-old disabled woman in the van had More >

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