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    Driver Of Big Rig Which Hit School Bus Charged With OWI

    The driver of the 18-wheeler which slammed into the back of a school bus this week faces O-W-I charges.  Forty-two-year-old Wayne Murphy of Indianapolis is being held in the Columbia County Jail.  A 15-year-old Milwaukee girl who was sitting in the back of the bus, Alexis Jenkins, is at Children’s Hospital in Madison listed in More >

    Pre-Trial Date Set for New Lisbon Man Charged with Intoxicated Homicide  

    July 12th will be the pre-trial date for 30 year old John Kolinski of New Lisbon.  Kolinski is facing a charge of Intoxicated Homicide after a female passenger died when he crashed his car into a building back in December.  Kolinski was intoxicated at the time and also had drug paraphernalia on him.  The July More >

    New Lisbon Principal Charged for Altercation with Student Suspended 1 Week

    New Lisbon High School Principal Gary Sytfestad will face a Misdemeanor Battery Charge and a Disorderly Conduct Charge for an altercation with a student taken place on May 7th.  The charges were filed by the Juneau County Circuit Court on May 18th.  In the criminal complaint evidence in the case includes New Lisbon Schools video More >

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    Wisconsin Parents Claiming Child Sales Tax Rebates

    Wisconsin parents are wasting no time filing claims for the governor’s 100-dollar child sales tax rebates.  The Department of Revenue reports 324-thousand claims were filed in the first week.  The deadline for filing claims is July 2nd, but the state is encouraging eligible taxpayers not to wait until the last day.  It has been estimated More >

    Horse Has Been Shot In Rural Eau Claire County

    The Eau Claire Sheriff’s Department hopes someone will step forward and help deputies find out who shot a horse in a rural area earlier this week.  When deputies arrived at the property along County Road-M in the Bridge Creek area, they found the horse was bleeding from its legs and stomach.  Investigators say the animal More >

    Foxconn Technology Rejects Report It Is Reducing Wisconsin Plans

    Officials with Taiwan-based Foxconn Technology say they remain committed to the 10-billion dollar manufacturing plant in southeastern Wisconsin.  They rejected a published report the company is thinking about reducing its initial investment by making smaller display screens for electronics like cell phones, instead of televisions.  Foxconn says the report is “not based on any facts.”  More >

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