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    Landowners Affected by Badger-Coulee Transmission Line to Hold Meeting August 9

    There will be a meeting for landowners affected by the coming Badger-Coulee High Voltage Transmission Line. The meeting will be this Sunday, August 9th at 1:00 pm at the Hustler Exhibition Hall. Tom Kreager and Mark Liebaert from the Wausau area will be coming to help residents discuss their options.

    More Details in Death Investigation in Adams County

    The Adams County Sheriff’s Office has released more details regarding the structure fire that occurred on Friday, July 31st. Emergency personnel arrived at 931A East Trout Valley Road in the Township of Big Flats where a mobile home was fully engulfed in flames. Further investigation revealed that 62-year-old Frank Krueger resided at this location with More >

    Three Receive Minor Injuries in Monroe County Crash

    Three people received minor injuries in a vehicle versus tree accident on Highway 21 in the Township of Lafayette on Sunday evening. Monroe County Sheriff Scott Perkins a vehicle driven by 45-year-old Hareld Schmidt of rural Sparta was westbound on Highway 21 near County Highway BB when he experienced a medical emergency and left the More >

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    Walker calls on Wisconsin attorney general to take action

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Gov. Scott Walker has asked Wisconsin’s attorney general to take “immediate action” to protect ratepayers and workers from what the Republican presidential candidate calls “devastating impacts” of a new rule designed to cut greenhouse gases. Walker said in a statement Monday that the final rule released by President Barack Obama oversteps More >

    Homeowners cashing in on PGA Championship

    SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (AP) — Hospitality industry leaders say Sheboygan County’s 1,800 hotel rooms were booked a year or more in advance for next week’s PGA Championship in Kohler. That’s has many homeowners in the area taking advantage of the demand for a place to stay during PGA week at Whistling Straits. Homeowners are using web More >

    NE Wisconsin hit hard by severe storms

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — Severe weather uprooted trees, blew down power lines and dropped golf ball-sized hail in parts of Wisconsin. In northeastern Wisconsin, the storm knocked out power to about 20,000 Wisconsin Public Service customers, many on the Door County peninsula, a popular vacation spot. The utility expects to have electricity restored to all customers More >

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