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    Sitter convicted in baby’s death will appeal

    BARABOO, Wis. (AP) – The baby sitter found guilty in Sauk County of killing an infant in her care plans to appeal her conviction. Jeanette Janusiak, of Reedsburg, was found guilty last month in the death of 4-month Payten Rain Shearer. The Baraboo News Republic (http://bit.ly/1p6JaJa ) says the woman’s attorney has filed paperwork in More >

    Illinois Man Charged with Disorderly Conduct

    Mauston Police responded to a disturbance on the 500 block of Jefferson Street. Police say the incident happened on the night of July 14. 36-year-old James Beneventi of Leaf River, Illinois was allegedly involved in a physical altercation with the victim at the residence. Beneventi admitted that there was a verbal dispute, but he denied More >

    Citations for Worthless Checks

    A City of New Lisbon woman was issued two citations for “issue of worthless checks” on July 11th. 47-year-old Donna McCrary was cited $202.20 for each violation. Mauston Police are also asking for restitution totaling $114.00 for both checks written to the business on East State Street in the city. Both checks were written to More >

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    Convicted Minnesota murderer seeks new trial

    LA CROSSE, Wis. (AP) – A Minnesota man who was sentenced to life in prison for murdering a father and son has asked for a new trial. The La Crosse Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/1yVJdi1 ) Jeffrey Lepsch of Dakota, Minnesota filed a motion in La Crosse County Circuit Court. It claims nine of the 12 jurors believed More >

    Wisconsin GOP files complaint over Trek ad

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – The Wisconsin Republican Party has filed a complaint with the state elections board over a full-page newspaper ad by Trek Bicycle Corp., saying it amounts to an illegal contribution to Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke. She is the sister of Trek president John Burke. Their father started the company in the 1970s More >

    Railroad tracks open following Slinger derailment

    SLINGER, Wis. (AP) – The railroad tracks have been cleared of derailed train cars in Slinger. Canadian National Railway spokesman Patrick Waldron said Tuesday the tracks are once again open to train traffic. More than a dozen cars and locomotives from Canadian National and Wisconsin & Southern Railroad derailed Sunday night at a rail intersection More >

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