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    Health Advisory Related to the Current Circulating Influenza Strain

    Influenza season has begun and this year’s flu season may be more severe. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has issued a Health Advisory related to the current circulating influenza strain. Influenza A or H3N2 has been reported as the most frequent strain. Historically, it is known to cause increased hospitalization and death in very More >

    Juneau County Employee Commended for Her Years of Service

    A long-time Juneau County employee was commended for her years of service.  On Tuesday morning, the Juneau County Board of Supervisors recognized Charlyn Walter for her 27 years of service to the county. She was hired in December 1987 as a Clerk Typist I in the Human Services Department. Then in November 1988, she transferred More >

    Elroy Family Medical Center to Host Health Fair – January 8

    In order to lead a healthy lifestyle, it’s important to take control of your health. That’s why Mile Bluff Medical Center is holding a health fair at the Elroy Family Medical Center on Thursday, January 8 from 7am till 10am. Free blood pressure and blood sugar screenings will be available, along with the opportunity to More >

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    Couple sues county officials for putting down donkey

    BUTTERNUT, Wis. (AP) – A Wisconsin couple is suing Ashland County officials for putting down their mammoth donkey named Jethro. The Daily Press of Ashland (http://bit.ly/1w6ElCB) reports Patricia and Dwight Westmore have filed a lawsuit in federal court alleging the county unfairly seized Jethro and four horses from their property last year after a report More >

    Van Hollen says foreign land ownership OK

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen says Wisconsin state law permits foreign ownership of land in some cases. The Republican Van Hollen issued his opinion on Friday in response to a request from state lawmakers nearly a year ago. Van Hollen leaves office in a little over two weeks. The opinion says state law More >

    Wisconsin budget faces $824 million hole

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Wisconsin’s state budget would be $824 million short just to continue the current level of services. That is according to a new analysis released Friday by the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau. It looked only at what it would cost the state to continue funding levels over the next two years at their current More >

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