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    Tomah Man Allegedly Steals Bike & Power Tools

    A 28 year old Tomah man is facing multiple charges after allegedly stealing a bike and power tools.  Tomah authorities reported to a Tomah residence and talked to the victim.  He said he had his bicycle and a bag of power tools stolen from him estimated at a value of over $700.  The victim believed More >

    Baraboo School Officials Investigating Controversial Photo

    A photo showing male students at Baraboo High School giving a Nazi salute is being investigated by the school district.  School officials say they will pursue all appropriate actions in response, including legal remedies.  A few of the boys appear to be giving a white power salute.  Some parents say the interpretation of what the More >

    PETA Urges End To Animal Exhibitions At Circus World

    The Wisconsin Historical Society is being urged to put an end to animal exhibitions at Circus World in Baraboo.  Members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals claim a big-cat exhibitor was caught violently whipping tigers during a session last year, hitting one of the animals more than 30 times.  A circus which recently More >

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    Vos Chosen For 4th Term as Speaker Of Wisconsin Assembly

    Republican Robin Vos has become one of the longest-serving Assembly speakers in Wisconsin history.  He was re-elected to a fourth term Monday.  Vos says he wants to work with incoming Democratic Governor Tony Evers, but he pledges to “stand like bedrock” on issues important to the G-O-P, saying his party won’t “roll over and play More >

    Black Youth Summit Teaches Students To “Know Your Worth”

    Middle and high school students attending last weekend’s Black Youth Summit in La Crosse heard eight featured presentations.  The black, bi-racial and multi-racial students heard talks on knowing their worth and understanding money.  Discussions focused on leadership and social issues.  While some elementary students attended the Saturday session, they have their own summit in the More >

    Beer Battle Starts In Milwaukee County Circuit Court Monday

    Attorneys for beer-makers Pabst and MillerCoors will be in court Monday to battle over a long-standing partnership which has MillerCoors brewing product for the smaller company.  Pabst says it will go out of business if the larger company stops making, packaging and shipping almost all of its product.  Illinois-based MillerCoors says it isn’t obligated to More >

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