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    Mauston Common Council Approves Improvement Bid

    The Mauston Common Council approved an Improvement Bid from Lasar Construction in Baraboo and authorized construction work on Highview Avenue at its meeting on Tuesday night. The project will include replacing a water main and a sewer line. Because of a city ordinance, sidewalks will also be a part of the revision of gutters, storm and More >

    Milk Truck Rollover in Vernon County

    A driver lost control of a milk truck while negotiating a curve, causing it to rollover in the Town of Clinton Tuesday morning, according to the Vernon County Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff John Spears said that 41-year-old Nathan Bousman, of Sparta, was operating the milk truck on County Road D near Hall Road and lost control More >

    Insurance company compensates wrongly convicted

    FRIENDSHIP, Wis. (AP) – A central Wisconsin man who spent three years in prison for a crime he did not commit has been compensated by his insurance company. The amount of the compensation for Joseph Awe, of Friendship, has not been disclosed. Awe says there’s no way to compensate him for the three years he More >

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    Hayward hosts Lumberjack World Championships

    HAYWARD, Wis. (AP) – International competition begins in Hayward where the very best lumberjacks are gathering. The U.S. Lumberjack World Championships get underway Thursday with log rolling, pole climbing and chopping events. The championships started in 1960. Organizers say it’s a way to acknowledge the rich history of the logging industry across the United States. More >

    2 children injured in Milwaukee shooting

    MILWAUKEE (AP) – Two Wisconsin children are recovering after being shot inside a vehicle. A 10-year-old boy and an 11-year-old girl suffered non-life-threatening injuries in the Milwaukee shooting Wednesday night. Deputy Inspector Stephen Basting says the children were in a vehicle being driven by their mother. He says the mother drove them to a local hospital and More >

    Wisconsin court to decide cellphone tracking cases

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – The Wisconsin Supreme Court is expected to clarify whether police can use cellphone data to track suspects. The justices are expected to release rulings Thursday in a pair of homicide cases in Milwaukee and Kenosha counties. Police in both cases used data from the suspects’ cellphone providers to track them down. They More >

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