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Mauston School District holds first Facility Buildings Meeting

Craig Uhlenbrauck from Miron Construction and Steve Kieckhafer from PRA presented information about the buildings in the district during the Mauston School District Buildings Facility Information Meeting. Topics included academic needs and the condition of current infrastructures. District administrators were on hand to answer questions and participate in discussions. The presentation can be found on More >

Car vs Tree Accident in Vernon County

On December 11th a single vehicle accident occurred on US Highway 14 near Dahlen Road in Town of Coon.  The driver of the vehicle Aaron Fargen, age 26 of rural Coon Valley was eastbound on US Highway 14 when he left the roadway and struck a tree.   Assisting at the scene was the Coon More >

Juneau County Jail Roster

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Some inmates are awaiting trial and these defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

Householder, Robert “Rob/Robbie” K. Age 58 of Mauston

Robert “Rob, Robbie” K. Householder, 58, passed away at home on December 10, 2019 from complications of lung cancer that had spread to his brain.  His wife Linda and sister Karen were by his side.   Rob was born on May 28, 1961 in Milwaukee to Carl and Ada (Funk) Householder, Sr.  He graduated from More >

Sustar, John F Age 77 of Mauston

John F Sustar, 77, of Mauston passed away at his home on Tuesday, December 10, 2019. Preceded into Eternal life by sons John Jr. and Peter. Beloved husband of Veronica (nee Teshner). Loving father of Jane Danner Sustar, Mary (Patrick Ninneman) Sustar, Anne Sustar, Joseph (Megan) Sustar, Elizabeth (Brad Nye) Sustar, and John L (Emily) Sustar. More >

Paulson, Jerry R. Age 72 of New Lisbon

Jerry R. Paulson, age 72, of New Lisbon died on Monday December 9, 2019, at Heritage Manor in Elroy, WI.  Jerry was born to Olaus and Gertrude (Haschke) Paulson on the 13th day of August 1947.  Jerry was raised in the town of Fountain and was a 1965 graduate of the New Lisbon High School. More >

More People in Wisconsin Sickened By E. Coli From Salads

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is reporting three more people have been sickened by E. Coli in the state.  The Wisconsin victims got sick after eating a Fresh Express Sunflower Crisp Chopped Salad Kit.  So far, there have been eight reports across the state of people getting sick in this latest outbreak of E. More >

Special Legislative Committee To Vote On Pay Raises For State Employees

Members of a special legislative committee are scheduled to vote on pay raises for Wisconsin state employees next week.  The Evers administration forwarded its pay plans to that committee for approval last month.  Democrats have been pushing for the meeting to be held so the raises can go into effect in January.  State workers will More >

Cold Temps:  If You Can Hang On Until The Weekend, Things Will Moderate

As Wisconsin wakes up this (Wednesday) morning, the weather is just as cold as promised.  The National Weather Service says wind chill readings will reach 10-below zero in some areas and they won’t warm up much through the rest of the day.  Local areas will be cold, but not cold enough to bring on advisories More >

Don’t “Kill The Ref” Bill Introduced in Wisconsin

A bipartisan bill will be introduced next legislative session making it a crime in Wisconsin to hit, shove, kick or intimidate a sports official.  The Democratic sponsor is State Representative Don Vruwink, who often serves as an umpire.  The bill is aimed at stopping upset coaches, players and fans from following the umpire or referee More >