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    New Lisbon Man facing 4 charges of Drug Delivery

    A 57 year old New Lisbon man is facing 3 counts of Delivery Of Schedule I or II Narcotics and 1 count of Possession with Intent to Deliver Narcotics.  An informant provided authorities with information on James Howery selling morphine pills for $20 at a New Lisbon residence.  The informant then made an undercover purchase More >

    Caissie Arrested Again Two Days after Domestic Abuse/Disorderly Conduct Charge

    Two short days after being arrest for Domestic Abuse/Disorderly Conduct, April Caissie is being charged with Felony Bail Jumping.  On April 19th officers reported to Mile Bluff Medical Center to speak to a Deputy who had brought the 38 year old Elroy woman there from New Lisbon.  Law Enforcement did not have any local charges More >

    Wollin Announces Re-Election Bid For Adams County Sheriff

    Adams County Sheriff Sam Wollin announced his re-election for Sheriff this morning via Facebook.  Wollin has served as Sheriff since being elected in 2010.  In his announcement he says he is proud of the progress made and would be honored to serve another term.  He is in the process of collecting signatures for his re-election More >

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    Body Of Missing Kayaker Found In Outagamie County

    Deputies with the Outagamie County Sheriff’s Office have found the body of a missing Appleton man who had gone kayaking on the Embarass River.  The man’s name hasn’t been released.  His disappearance was reported Saturday morning.  The caller said the missing man had gone kayaking Friday and hadn’t returned.  Deputies found the man’s car, some More >

    Car Involved In Racine County Crash Connected To Illinois Homicide

    The Racine County Sheriff’s Office is working with investigators from Winnebago County, Illinois, on a case which has developed from a fatal car crash to a suspected homicide.  A car which slammed into a piece of construction equipment and caught on fire, killing the driver, belonged to a woman found dead inside her Rockford home.  More >

    UW-Madison To Spend $1M On Diversity, Inclusivity

    Leaders at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have decided they won’t remove the names of well-known student leaders who were connected to the Ku Klux Klan more than 90 years ago.  Instead, they will spend one-million dollars to create a museum-quality display project honoring groups subjected to prejudice on the campus.  Chancellor Rebecca Blank had commissioned More >

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