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    2 People found Dead in Tomah Thursday

    At approximately 11:30am Thursday morning entry was made into the residence on Foothill Avenue in Tomah where earlier that morning a deceased female was found lying outside the residence. Inside the residence officers discovered the body of a deceased male. This continues to be an active death investigation. The public is not in any danger More >

    Baraboo Police Investigating Anti-Semitic Flyers, Online Video

    Baraboo police are trying to determine who is responsible for anti-semitic flyers posted outside Jack Young Middle School Monday.  They are also investigating an online video depicting hateful conduct at Baraboo High School.  The community has scheduled two days of meetings featuring speakers calling for tolerance starting Monday.  The concerns can be traced back to More >

    Local agencies work together to inspire next generation of care providers

    In December, several community healthcare agencies came together to educate the next generation of care providers.  Mile Bluff’s Licensed Athletic Trainers and Emergency Department staff partnered with area EMTs and paramedics to provide Mauston High School students with an inside look into sideline emergency response. Mile Bluff provides athletic training services to five area school More >

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    Governor Walker Offering Kimberly-Clark $25M To Keep A Plant Open

    Governor Scott Walker is offering paper-products giant Kimberly-Clark Corporation a deal worth 25-million dollars to keep the Cold Spring facility open in Fox Crossing and save nearly 400 jobs. The deal will be done using powers Walker currently has but that would be taken away under a bill Republicans passed in a lame-duck session last More >

    Farm Bill Offers Wisconsin Farmers “A Little Bit More Certainty”

    Agriculture experts say passage of the 2018 Farm Bill can help struggling Wisconsin dairy farmers stay in business.  Changes to the risk management program will make it cheaper for farmers enrolled in the federally-funded insurance product.  The bill passed both the House and Senate and is headed to President Donald Trump for his expected signature.  More >

    Governor Says He’s Considering At Least 1 Line-Item Veto For Lame-Duck Bills

    Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker avoided specifics while telling reporters he might look for places to use his line-item veto power on the set of bills passed by lawmakers last week.  The Republican says he is considering at least one seriously.  His Tuesday comments make it apparent he is likely to sign most of the legislation More >

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