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    Tomah Memorial Foundation Makes Donation to Second Harvest Foodbank

    A donation from the Tomah Memorial Foundation will help area residents obtain benefits from a food program aimed at ending hunger. Officials from the foundation donated $5,000 to the Second Harvest Foodbank of Southeastern Wisconsin’s FoodShare program Monday. FoodBank CEO and President Dan Stein said the support from the foundation is very important because the More >

    New Lisbon Man Charged with OWI-6th Offense

    A New Lisbon man has been charged with OWI-6th Offense. According to the criminal complaint, a Juneau County deputy was dispatched to the Germantown Township for a vehicle in the ditch. As the deputy identified himself to the driver, 60-year-old John Trunk, he noticed Trunk place a can of beer in the back seat. Trunk More >

    DOT: Mauston “Welcome” Signs Not Allowed Next To Roads

    (Mauston, WI)  —  Officials in Mauston say they’re taken aback by a state order to remove welcome signs next to highways along the city limits. The DOT’s John Steiner tells WISC TV in Madison that four “Welcome to Mauston” signs are not allowed on the state’s rights-of-way, because the word “welcome” is considered an advertisement. More >

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    Wisconsin DOJ responding to open records requests faster

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Officials with the state Department of Justice say the agency is responding faster to open record requests. A DOJ news release Tuesday says the agency took an average of 20 days to close a request this year, down from 59 days last year. Since the agency’s new Office of Open Government opened More >

    Man shot in chest after arriving for work in Oshkosh

    OSHKOSH, Wis. (AP) – Police are looking for an assailant who shot a man in the chest when the victim arrived for work at an Oshkosh business. Authorities say the 42-year-old man was shot outside the business about 5:30 a.m. Tuesday. The male suspect was wearing a hooded sweat shirt and a face covering and fled More >

    Wisconsin man hurt by deer into windshield in Pennsylvania

    ENON VALLEY, Pa. (AP) – A Wisconsin man is in intensive care with head injuries after a deer jumped through his windshield while he was driving on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. State police say 24-year-old Paul Lucas, of Madison, was injured around 1:45 p.m. Monday about four miles from the Ohio-Pennsylvania border in Little Beaver Township. Lucas was More >

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