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    Pregnant Woman Cited For OWI in New Lisbon

    A Juneau County woman is facing an OWI charge after New Lisbon and Juneau County authorities were alerted to a New Lisbon residence, on August 5th.  Marcella Mitcheaux reportedly knocked on the door of the New Lisbon residence before walking to her car which started rolling backwards towards the road.  Mitcheaux told the person she More >

    5th Annual Autumn Scamper 5k coming to Necedah on October 6

    As the fall activity calendar fills up, be sure to plan on joining the staff of the Necedah Family Medical Center for the 5th Annual Autumn Scamper 5k on Saturday, October 6. No matter your age or fitness level, you are invited to join in on the fun to help support the Necedah community. The More >

    Necedah Bank Merges With American Bank: Will Hold Event September 8th

     The Necedah Bank will be joining the American Bank family on Monday 27th.  All banking operations will remain the same at the 212 South Main St. Office with the same friendly and knowledgably staff members you have come to know and trust. However, with this change, customers, of the Necedah Bank will now have access More >

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    President Trump:  “Scott Walker Is A Tremendous Governor!”

    Scott Walker was already expected to win his party’s nomination to run for re-election as Wisconsin governor, but he got a big endorsement Monday.  President Donald Trump tweeted that Walker has done incredible things for Wisconsin.  Trump gave Walker his “complete and total Endorsement” just hours before the polls opened for today’s (Tuesday’s) primary election.  More >

    Governor’s Tweet:  “Of Course I Don’t Want A Boycott Of Harley-Davidson”

    Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker says he opposes the boycott of Harley-Davidson the president is suggesting.  Walker and the two Republicans running for U-S Senate waited almost a full day before going public with their positions.  President Trump took on the motorcycle maker for moving some of its manufacturing out of the country after the European More >

    Madison Police Meet With Members Of LGBT Community

    Madison police officials say they felt they really needed to listen to the concerns of the city’s L-G-B-T community.  A Monday meeting was held after the group OutReach pulled permits for members of Madison law enforcement to march in Sunday’s pride parade.  People of color and transgender participants had expressed concerns about safety last year.  More >

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