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    Students Evacuate OMS After a Chemical Pool Systems Failure

    Mauston Olson Middle School was evacuated Friday morning due to a chemical pool systems failure. In a joint press release from the school, the Mauston Police Department and the Fire Department, students were immediately evacuated to the Mauston High School next door. Authorities say as a precautionary measure, approximately 40 students were sent to Hess More >

    Sold-Out Crowd Attends the 7th annual Juneau County Women’s Night Out

    Six hundred ladies seized the opportunity to refresh and renew at the 7th annual Juneau County Women’s Night Out. Women of all ages gathered on September 30 at Mauston High School for an evening of fun and entertainment. The night was dedicated to living a long, sweet life! One attendee summed up the event by More >

    Hillsboro School Board Approves Four Tax Levy Options; Final One to be Determined on Referendum

    The Hillsboro School Board approved four different tax levy options on Thursday night during a special school board meeting. Its situation is different from other school districts because Hillsboro needed to approve four levy certifications contingent on the results of the November 4th referendum two questions. Levy Option #1: This scenario is based on the More >

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    Federal report: Homelessness down slightly in WI

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – A federal report says the number of homeless people has declined slightly in Wisconsin. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development report to Congress comes from a one-night count by local homeless advocacy agencies. Wisconsin’s report says the number of homeless people declined nearly 1 percent this year compared to More >

    7th Circuit hears appeal in poisoning death

    KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) – The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has heard arguments in the case of a Wisconsin man whose conviction for poisoning his wife was overturned. The state appealed the case to the 7th Circuit after a federal district judge in Milwaukee overturned Mark Jensen’s 2008 conviction in the 1998 death of his More >

    Coca-Cola exec to speak at UW ceremony

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – A Coca-Cola executive who graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison almost 30 years ago will return to his alma mater to deliver the speech at this winter’s graduation ceremony. Ben Deutsch graduated from UW-Madison in 1985 with a journalism degree and spent two years as a sports reporter at the Wisconsin State More >

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