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    Two Injured in Two Vehicle Crash in Town of Lisbon

    Two people were injured after a two vehicle accident in the Town of Lisbon September 30. Officials say 73-year-old Jacquelyn Puent of New Lisbon stopped at the stop sign at the intersection of County Road B and Highway 80, when she pulled out in front of a vehicle driven by 30-year-old Daniel Nachtigal of Hillsboro. More >

    Necedah Man Charged with Second Degree Sexual Assault

    A Necedah man has been charged with second degree sexual assault of a child under 16. A criminal complaint filed in Juneau County charges 39-year-old Roberto Hernandez with two felonies, with one being child enticement. The complaint alleges that in April of this year in the Township of Necedah, Hernandez had sexual contact with the More >

    One Person Injured in Vehicle Accident in Monroe County

    One person was injured in a vehicle crash on Highway 131 at the intersection of 71 Monday night in the Township of Wilton. Monroe County Sheriff Scott Perkins said a truck driven by 77-year-old Sharon Neitzel of Kendall was south bound on Highway 131, when she fell asleep and failed to stop at the stop More >

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    UW students blast plan to lift out-of-state student limit

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — University of Wisconsin-Madison students are blasting a plan to eliminate the school’s limit on out-of-state undergraduates. UW System rules currently cap the number of out-of-state students to 27.5 percent of the undergraduate population at each campus. UW-Madison officials plan to ask the Board of Regents this week to lift that school’s cap, More >

    Civil service bill supporters say it will strengthen system

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Supporters of a Republican-backed bill that would make it easier to hire or fire Wisconsin state employees are defending it against claims it will lead to political patronage and cronyism. Opponents including Democrats and state employee union leaders said at a Senate hearing Tuesday that it will erode protections workers have under More >

    AG, Republicans introduce child abuse legislation

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel and a group of Republican legislators have proposed a package of bills designed to crack down on child abusers. Schimel and the Republicans introduced four bills during a news conference Tuesday. One bill would give victims of sexual assault, human trafficking or child abuse the right to More >

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