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    Fatal Accident in Adams County

    One person is dead after a single vehicle accident in Adams County Tuesday afternoon. Sheriff Sam Wollin said the accident occurred on 2nd Avenue about .3 miles south of County Highway I in the Town of Jackson. Investigation revealed 29-year-old Jason Brenning of Oxford was southbound on 2nd Avenue when the vehicle he was driving More >

    Mauston Common Council Approves Roosevelt Street Repairs

    The Mauston Common Council approved going ahead with Roosevelt Street repairs. The council approved a contract with D.L. Gasser Construction in the amount of $33,865 at its meeting on Tuesday night. The project would mill off existing asphalt as needed for a two inch overlay and clean up so when Shopko opens it will all More >

    Sauk County Authorities Locate Missing Juvenile

    Tips and social media helped Sauk County authorities find a runaway girl in another state. The Sauk County Sheriff’s Office said in a release, 16-year-old Sauk County girl was reported as a runaway July 21. The girl had run away with her 19-year-old boyfriend Cody L. Fry. A child abuse injunction prohibited Fry from having More >

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    State won’t investigate failure of theme park ride

    WISCONSIN DELLS, Wis. (AP) — The state won’t investigate the failure of a ride at a Wisconsin Dells theme park. Earlier this month, a large cable snapped on the Catapult ride just seconds before it was supposed to launch two people into the air at Mount Olympus Water and Theme Park. The state Department of More >

    Media advocates: Law doesn’t need changes for body cameras

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Media advocates are arguing that Wisconsin’s open records law doesn’t need a substantial rewrite to address police body camera videos. A panel addressed the issue during a state Department of Justice summit examining whether the law needs to be updated to reflect changes in technology. Attorney General Brad Schimel began the More >

    Ex-secretary criticizes Wisconsin agency’s reorganization

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A former leader of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says the agency’s new reorganization plan won’t fix its problems. On Tuesday, the agency launched a reorganization to divide protection for water quality between two divisions and leave other environmental protection programs in a “business support” division. George Meyer is the More >

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