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    Lyndon Station Woman Tentatively Charged With Possession of Schedule II and IV Drugs

    A Lyndon Station woman was arrested on Sunday evening. According to Mauston Police, an officer stopped a vehicle for speeding on Grayside Avenue. A search of the vehicle was conducted and during the search, several bottles of pills containing Schedule II and Schedule IV drugs were found. When the search was completed, the driver, 26-year-old More >

    Vernon County Sheriff John Spears Reports

    SHERIFF JOHN SPEARS REPORTS THE FOLLOWING ONGOING ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR AND NARRATIVE EXCERPTS FROM THE WEEK ENDING March 2, 2015. 2/23 Debra Easterday of Westby was traveling west on Hwy 14, Town of Coon, when she saw a deer coming from the south and steered right to avoid striking the deer.  Easterday said she More >

    Monroe County Authorities Name Sparta Man Arrested During Drug Investigation

    Charges are being referred for a Sparta man that was that was arrested during the investigation of a drug search warrant that was issued last Thursday in the Township of Sparta. Monroe County Sheriff Scott Perkins released that 43-year-old Richard D. Miller is being referred for three charges; maintaining a drug trafficking place, possessing methamphetamine, More >

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    Committee starts budget revision process with briefings

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – The Legislature’s finance committee has started its months-long push to revise Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s 2015-17 state budget proposal. The committee began with briefings Monday from a number of state agencies on how the budget would affect them. First up was the Department of Administration, led by Walker’s top aide, Mike Huebsch. Committee More >

    Wisconsin site could become federal marine sanctuary

    MILWAUKEE (AP) – An 875-square-mile area of Lake Michigan off the Wisconsin coast could become the Great Lakes’ second National Marine Sanctuary. The Journal Sentinel ( ) reports a proposal is under consideration by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The area includes many sunken ships and is near Port Washington, Sheboygan, Manitowoc and Two Rivers. Among More >

    98 schools apply to be part of statewide voucher program

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Nearly 100 private and religious schools have applied to be a part of Wisconsin’s voucher program next fall. The state Department of Public Instruction reported Monday that 98 schools applied by the deadline to be in the program where taxpayer-funded subsidies pay for students to attend private schools. That is up from More >

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