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    Two People Arrested After Search Warrant in City of Mauston

    Two people were arrested after police executed a search warrant on a residence in the City of Mauston. On Tuesday afternoon, the Mauston Police Department and New Lisbon Police Department executed a search warrant in the area of Maine Street in the City of Mauston. The two residents, 29-year-old Stacey Zieler and 28-year-old Jacob Dekeyser, More >

    Juneau County Moms: Celebrate your health this Mother’s Day by quitting tobacco use

    Mauston, WI – This Mother’s Day, advocates from the South Central Wisconsin Tobacco Free Coalition are encouraging moms who smoke or use tobacco to quit and reminding them that free help is available. According to the coalition, the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids reports that 17% women in Wisconsin currently smoke. In addition, 13.7% of More >

    Royall High School Pops Concert – May 13

    The Royall High School Music Department will present their annual Pops Concert on Friday, May 13, at 7:00 pm in the Royall High School gymnasium.  This years’ theme is “A Night at the Movies,” featuring music from a variety of movies including:  Footloose, Dirty Dancing, The Peanuts Movie, Rocky, Harry Potter, Star Wars, Shrek, The More >

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    Amtrak lets passengers bring bicycles on Milwaukee-Chicago trains

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — Passengers are now allowed by Amtrak to take bicycles aboard Hiawatha trains running between Milwaukee and Chicago. The Journal Sentinel ( ) reported Tuesday that the service permitting bikes on Hiawatha trains has a cost of $5. The service requires reservations, and there can be as many as 15 bicycles on each train. Dave More >

    UW student to enter alternative court for political graffiti, avoiding criminal charges

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Dane County district attorney says a University of Wisconsin-Madison student won’t be charged for a series of political graffiti messages spray-painted on campus buildings. Instead, the 21-year-old senior will enter a restorative court in Madison. The court allows young, low-level offenders to avoid criminal charges if they take steps such as More >

    Madison man accused of child-abuse death of 2-year-old girl pleads not guilty

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A not-guilty plea has been entered for a Madison man accused of causing the death of his girlfriend’s 2-year-old daughter under his care last month. Twenty-five-year-old Joshua Gehde was silent Tuesday as the plea to first-degree reckless homicide was entered on his behalf by a Dane County judge. A Madison police detective testified More >

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