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    Victim’s Name Released in Fatal Hit and Run Accident in New Lisbon

    Authorities have released the name of the woman who died in the fatal accident that occurred in the City of New Lisbon Tuesday night. 36-year-old Jamee Fairbairn of New Lisbon died from injuries she received as a passenger in a vehicle involved in a hit and run accident. Previously, it was released that Fairbairn was More >

    Kendall Man Honored by Rep. Brooks on 100th Birthday

    A Kendall man and World War II veteran celebrated his 100th birthday last Saturday. Robert “Bob” Michel was born on December 9, 1917 in Stanley, WI. He grew up in Cazenovia, WI and during the Great Depression he worked for the Civilian Conservation Corps. In 1941, he enlisted in the Army and served overseas. In 1945, More >

    Update: Driver Turns Himself In After Hit and Run

    UPDATE: On 12-15-17 The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office was able to identify the driver in that crash.  The driver was Jaden K. Baumbach, age 22, of Tomah WI.  Mr. Baumbach had turned himself into the Sheriff’s Office on the morning of 12-15-17.  Mr. Baumbach told a Sheriff’s Deputy that he was driving, lost control of More >

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    Legislative leaders call for Ethics, Elections resignations

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Republican leaders of the Wisconsin Legislature are calling for leaders of the Ethics and Elections commissions to resign. The call from Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald and Assembly Speaker Robin Vos came in a letter late Thursday. They cited “concerns over partisan influence remaining” from their predecessor, the now-defunct Government Accountability More >

    Plane that led Normandy invasion discovered, restored

    OSHKOSH, Wis. (AP) — A plane that led the invasion of Normandy during World War II has been saved from a junkyard and carefully restored in Oshkosh. The C-47, called “That’s All, Brother,” carried the first paratroopers who stormed the beaches of Normandy. The aircraft led the more than 800 other C-47s also carrying paratroopers. WLUK-TV says More >

    Jury finds Wisconsin man guilty in beating death of wife

    LA CROSSE, Wis. (AP) — A jury in La Crosse County found a man guilty of fatally beating his wife and trying to conceal her death by staging a car accident. The jury deliberated more than nine hours before finding Todd Kenhammer guilty of first degree intentional homicide, according to the Lacrosse Tribune . La Crosse County More >

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