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    Vernon County Sheriff John Spears Reports

    SHERIFF JOHN SPEARS REPORTS THE FOLLOWING ONGOING ACTIVITIES FOR THE YEAR AND NARRATIVE EXCERPTS FROM THE WEEK ENDING November 30, 2015. 11/23           Marsha Kobliska of Lansing, IA, was traveling northbound on State Highway 35 in the Town of Bergen.  Kobliska sideswiped an oncoming vehicle, driven by Daniel Hall, La Crosse.  Kobliska reported the crash 2 More >

    Names Released in Fatal Columbia County Accident

    The Wisconsin State Patrol has released the names of those involved in a fatal accident in Columbia County. They say 25-year-old Santiago Camacho of Friendship was traveling west on Interstate 90/94 when the vehicle he was driving left the roadway. It traveled into the median and overturned multiple times. The front passenger, 34-year-old Evaristo Calzada More >

    Mauston Common Council Approves 2016 Budget and Tax Levy

    Following a public hearing last Tuesday, the Mauston Common Council approved the 2016 City Budget of $4,144,258. According to a memo from the City Administrator Nathan Thiel, the city expenditures saw a growth of 2.12 percent from 2015. The largest increase to the budget this year was the additional public works employee dedicated to parks More >

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    GOP lawmakers propose bill shrinking natural resource areas

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Republican lawmakers are circulating a bill that would scale back the water bodies that could be designated special natural areas. Currently, the Department of Natural Resources’ board can designate a number of water bodies as areas of special natural resource interest where construction projects require permits. The types of water bodies include More >

    Walker signs bill returning excess Lambeau taxes

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill into law that will return $17 million in excess Lambeau Field taxes to Brown County taxpayers and local government. Walker signed the bill Monday at Lambeau Field. The measure approved by the Legislature earlier this year with broad bipartisan support calls for 25 percent of More >

    Wisconsin DNR reports third deer hunting fatality

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – A third person has died in a firearm-related incident during Wisconsin’s 9-day gun deer season. State Department of Natural Resources Warden Jon King says the family of a 50-year-old hunter found him at the base of a Marathon County tree stand on Sunday evening. The hunter had been shot in the chest. More >

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