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    Late Saturday afternoon Law Enforcement observed a vehicle traveling completely on and off the roadway of Highway 82 in Lemonweir Township.  They followed the vehicle or short while when it pulled into a driveway.  When the driver exited the vehicle he appeared intoxicated.  When he exited his vehicle, Law Enforcement noticed an open can of More >

    Suspended Driver Crashes into Tree

    Luis Salas Aguila, age 20, of Baraboo crashed his vehicle into a tree on Smith Road in Lyndon Township last Tuesday.  He left the scene and failed to notify authorities of the crash.  After law enforcement caught up with him, he stated he left the scene because his phone was dead.  He also stated that More >

    TMH Reports Flu Activity Increasing

    Even though flu activity at Tomah Memorial Hospital is picking up, officials report the severity is not has high compared to other parts of the state and country. Hospital infection Preventionist and registered nurse Jan Path said compared to some parts of the country Wisconsin has been lucky so far with the flu. This past More >

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    Wisconsin Afternoon State News for Friday 1/19/18

    >>Governor Walker Wants Special Session To Pass Welfare Reform (Madison, WI)  —  Governor Scott Walker has the backing of legislative leaders for his call for a special legislative session on welfare reform.  Walker says Wisconsin needs more people in its workforce.  A reform package called “Wisconsin Works for Everyone” would make people receiving food stamps More >

    Wisconsin Morning State News for Friday 1/19/18

    >>Man Accused Of Beating Elderly Woman Will Have Competency Exam (Madison, WI)  —  A Dane County judge has ordered a competency hearing for a man accused of beating an elderly woman in her home.  The incident happened last week in the town of Dunn.  A Wednesday preliminary hearing for 33-year-old Joshua Radewan was delayed when More >

    Wisconsin Afternoon State News for Thursday 1/18/18

    >Wisconsin Budget-Makers Get $138M (Good) Surprise (Madison, WI)  —  The Legislative Fiscal Bureau is telling state leaders the current budget will end in 2019 with 138-million dollars more than they expected.  The Fiscal Bureau says Wisconsin will have a balance of 385-million dollars when the two-year budget ends June 30th, 2019.  The adjusted forecast is More >

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