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Jessica Bilski Honored at Governor’s Conference of Tourism

The Annual Wisconsin Governor’s Conference on Tourism (WIGCOT) that took place in the Dells this year (March 17 – 19) included some notable mentions for Juneau County. Jessica Bilski, President of the recently revived Necedah Area Chamber of Commerce, was awarded the WIGCOT Patrick J. Reinsma Scholarship. In addition, Damon Zumwalt’s Los Dells Latin Music More >

WRM Porkfest Only 2 Weeks Away Takes Place May 4th

On Saturday May 4th Wisconsin River Meats will be hosting their annual Porkefest.  It’s the 6th annual Porkfest it will run from 10am to 4pm on the 4th of May.  For the past several years Wisconsin River Porkfest has been the kickoff event for the Castle Rock/Petenwell Lakes and Central Wisconsin’s summer season.  This year’s More >

Wisconsin Singers Are Coming To New Lisbon April 26th

The Wisconsin Singers are coming to New Lisbon High School April 26th.  Wisconsin Singers’ newest show, Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now! is a 90-minute revue of top hits of American pop music from the past five decades performed by the top talents of the UW Madison.  Audiences will enjoy award winners from the Oscars and More >

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Wisconsin SeniorCare Program Extended For 10 Years

The federal government has notified the state of Wisconsin its SeniorCare program has been extended for 10 years.  SeniorCare makes prescription drugs available to people 65 and older for between five-and-10 dollars, with no gaps in coverage.  Users pay 30-dollars-a-year.  Members of both parties say the program is a success 17 years after it was More >

DNR Head Questions Why Baiting And Feeding Of Deer Is Allowed

The head of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says someone thinks it is more important to allow baiting and feeding of deer than it is to try to slow the spread of chronic wasting disease.  D-N-R Secretary Preston Cole questions why the practice is still allowed in Wisconsin while the disease is still spreading.  More >

Prosecutor Wanted A Year, Truck Driver Got 60 Days For Fatal Crash

The Columbia County prosecutor wanted a year, but a truck driver who caused a fatal crash was sentenced to 60 days in jail Monday.  Forty-two-year-old Patrick Craft had been accused of texting while driving when he blew through a stop sign and his semi slammed into a van.  Driver Christine Novak suffered fatal injuries in More >

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