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    Jury Trial To Start Monday for Donald Coughlin

    A two week jury trial will start Monday for a Lyndon Station man accused of over 20 counts of sexual assault of a child. Online court records show a jury selection was held Friday at the Green Lake County Justice Center for the jury trial of 60-year-old Donald Coughlin. A jury found Coughlin guilty on More >

    No Injuries in Semi-Truck Accident

    No one was injured in a semi-truck accident in the Town of Orange in Juneau County Wednesday. 44-year-old Daniel Sands Jr. of Jackson, Michigan was south bound on County Highway H, lost control of the semi-truck and drove into a ditch. The semi-truck struck a directional sign and a phone cable box, and caused damaged More >

    Mile Bluff Medical Center to Host Blood Drive May 16

    Throughout the year, Mile Bluff Medical Center hosts a number of community blood drives.  The events are a partnership between the medical center and the Blood Center of Wisconsin – the sole supplier of blood products to Mile Bluff. Join your friends, family, co-workers and neighbors, and do your part to help save lives by More >

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    Bond reduced in university student death case

    MENOMONIE, Wis. (AP) — A judge in Wisconsin has reduced bond for a Minnesota man charged in the death of a university student from Saudi Arabia. Dunn County Circuit Court Judge Rod Smeltzer granted a defense request Thursday and lowered a $75,000 bond to $25,000. Cullen Osburn has pleaded not guilty to charges of felony More >

    Dispatchers receive call about possible homicide

    LIMA, Wis. (AP) — SWAT officers were sent to a home in southeastern Sheboygan County after a woman called 911 and said she had killed someone and was suicidal. Authorities say they responded to a house in the Town of Lima about 2 p.m. Thursday after the 38-year-old woman also told dispatchers she was armed, More >

    Facing deadline, most Wisconsin dairy farms find new buyer

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A dairy group says most of Wisconsin’s 58 dairy farms desperately looking for new milk buyers before a Monday deadline have found them. The Dairy Business Milk Marketing Cooperative said in a news release Thursday the group believes most farmers dropped by Grassland Dairy earlier this month found new buyers. Grassland More >

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