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    Man From Madison Area Reported Missing

    A man from the Madison area was reported missing. Juneau County Sheriff Brent Oleson said in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 26, the Juneau County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center received a call of possible missing person, 23-year-old Shaquille Curtis, who was in Juneau County with a group of people who were on the More >

    UPDATE: Missing Necedah Woman Found

    UPDATE: The search for a missing Juneau County woman has a happy ending. Authorities located 80-year-old Mary Myrdacz of rural Necedah Tuesday afternoon at 3:07pm. Myrdacz had been missing since Sunday evening. Juneau County Undersheriff Craig Stuchlik said Myrdacz was found within a mile of her home. She was found conscious and talking by the K-9 More >

    Donald Coughlin to Get a New Trial

    A Lyndon Station man will be receiving a new trial. Juneau County Circuit Court Judge John Roemer gave an oral ruling in the State of Wisconsin’s child sexual assault case against 59-year-old Donald Coughlin that found one of the jurors to be biased and vacated the guilty verdict. Coughlin’s defense raised the issue that the More >

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    Milwaukee to receive $8M tech job grant

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — The city of Milwaukee will receive an $8 million federal grant to help train its residents in technology jobs. WISN-TV ( ) reports that Mayor Tom Barrett announced the award from the Department of Labor on Monday. The money will go toward nonprofit organizations Employ Milwaukee and UMOS to support information technology training at More >

    Berit Beck case goes to jury, continues Tuesday

    FOND DU LAC, Wis. (AP) — Jury deliberations have begun in the trial of a man accused of killing an 18-year-old Wisconsin woman in 1990. Sixty-two-year-old Dennis Brantner is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Berit Beck. The Fond du Lac Reporter ( ) says the jury got the case Monday afternoon and will More >

    Twenty-eight private schools register to offer vouchers for students with special needs

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Twenty-eight private schools in Wisconsin have registered to offer vouchers for students with special needs in the first year of the program. The state Department of Public Instruction released the list of schools on Monday. Most are in the Milwaukee area, with 15 in the city. The program is open to special-needs students More >

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