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    Highly Visible Enforcement Saturation Patrols Announced

    The Juneau County Sheriff Office, Mauston Police Department and the New Lisbon Police Department are working collaboratively with news media in efforts to combat impaired driving through a high-visibility enforcement combined with a comprehensive public- education/awareness campaign. The above agencies will be conducting Highly Visible Enforcement saturation patrols on May 29, 2015 at 7 PM More >

    Sen. Marklein Talks About K-12 Public Education Funding

    17th District State Senator Howard Marklein announced the Joint Finance Committee (JFC) added $200 million to K-12 public education funding during deliberations this week. Marklein said that the funding for K-12 education has been his top priority. “I am proud of our investment in public schools and appreciate all of the input and communication I More >

    Authorities Asks for Public’s Help in Finding a West Baraboo Man

    The Sauk County Sheriff’s office is asking the public’s help in locating a missing West Baraboo man. The Sauk County Sheriff’s Office said deputies responded to a welfare check request on May 11 for 30-year-old Nicholas Moen after a disciplinary action at his workplace in the village of Lake Delton. Law enforcement officers were not More >

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    Governor appoints son of foundation president to regents

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Gov. Scott Walker has appointed the son of a president of a foundation that supports conservative causes to the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents. Walker announced Friday that he has appointed Mike M. Grebe, son of Michael W. Grebe, president and chief executive of the Bradley Foundation, to the board. More >

    Emails show disputes continue on Wisconsin Supreme Court

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Even with a new chief justice, the disputes continue behind the scenes inside the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Backers of a constitutional amendment allowing the justices to decide who will be their leader argued it would lead to more harmony on the Supreme Court. But emails released Friday show that the tenure More >

    Former deputy committed in slaying of wife, sister-in-law

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A judge has committed a former Dane County sheriff’s deputy with Lou Gehrig’s disease to a mental health institution after a jury earlier found he was not legally responsible for killing his wife and sister-in-law. Dane County Circuit Court Judge Nicholas McNamara ruled Friday Andrew Steele is a danger to himself More >

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