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    Human Bones Identified in Adams County

    The human remains found on October 20th, 2018, have been identified as that of William J. Sheeran who was reported missing in June of 2017. The Adams County Sheriff’s Office, Wisconsin State Patrol, Wisconsin State Crime Lab and the Adams County Medical Examiner’s Office processed the area. No criminal activity is suspected in Mr. Sheeran’s More >

    Two Charged with Animal Mistreatment Causing Death in Adams County

    On November 1st, 2018 deputies were dispatched to an address in the Town of Strongs Prairie for a welfare check on horses at the property. Deputies discovered 34 horses on the property in varying degrees of declining health and malnourishment. Two horses on the property were deceased and a third downed horse was humanely euthanized More >

    Hillsboro Man Strikes Amish Buggy on Roadway

    Vernon County Sheriff John B. Spears reports that on November 14, 2018 at approximately 5:22 PM, Edward J. Chalupecky, age 49, of rural Hillsboro was traveling eastbound on State Highway 82 near Maple Lane in the Town of Union when he struck an Amish horse and buggy that was also traveling eastbound. The occupants of More >

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    Convicted Killer Sentenced To Live With No Chance Of Parole

    A 29-year-old Princeton man will spend the rest of his life in prison for murdering his girlfriend last year, then burning her body.  A Green Lake County judge sentenced Antonio R. Contreras to life in prison without the possibility of parole Thursday.  He was found guilty of first-degree intentional homicide after admitting her shot 55-year-old More >

    Scott Walker:  Re-Election Loss Wasn’t A Rejection

    Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker says his failed re-election campaign wasn’t a rejection by the voters.  Walker points out that he actually got the most votes he’s ever received.  The governor had been quiet since Election Day, saying he hadn’t spoken to the media to give Governor-Elect Tony Evers time to talk about the transition.  What More >

    UW-La Crosse Chancellor Apologizes For Inviting Porn Star To Speak

    The chancellor at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse says he will personally reimburse the school for the speaking fee paid to a porn star.  Chancellor Joe Gow has apologized for inviting adult film actress Nina Hartley to speak about female empowerment, sexual consent and how porn is a safe fantasy.  Her five-thousand-dollar speaking fee was More >

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