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Mile Bluff Medical Center Recognizes Terry Dalla Valle and Annie for Their Volunteer Service

The staff of Mile Bluff Medical Center would like to recognize and thank Terry Dalla Valle and Annie for their volunteer service at Fair View Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Mauston and Crest View Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in New Lisbon. Annie is a 3-year-old collie that has been volunteering at Mile Bluff since late More >

Mauston HS Community Musical Presents DISNEY’s Beauty and the Beast

The Mauston High School Community Musical will be performing Disney’s Beauty and the Beast this fall. Auditions will be held September 12th and 13th from 4-8pm in the Mauston High School Auditorium. The sign-up sheet and audition packet will be posted electronically the last week of August. It will also be available on the group’s More >

Highway 13 Improvements in Adams County Scheduled to Begin August 15

Work to improve WIS 13 between Adams County E and the railroad crossing in Adams is currently scheduled to begin August 15. DL Gasser is the prime contractor for the $524,000 project. Crews will resurface the roadway, install centerline rumble strips, and reconstruct the railroad crossing. On August 15, crews will close WIS 13 at More >

State Fairgoers To Enter Through Metal Detectors

(West Allis, WI)  —  The 161st Wisconsin State Fair opens next Thursday in West Allis with something it never had before, metal detectors at the gates. Interim CEO Kathleen O’Leary says recent worldwide terrorist incidents have made safety a top priority at the State Fair. She says visitors will not need to remove their belts More >

Police: New Richmond girl, 14, sought her ‘first kill’

HUDSON, Wis. (AP) — A 14-year-old New Richmond girl is charged with attempted first-degree intentional homicide after authorities say she biked to the house of her brother’s girlfriend in the middle of the night, went inside, then beat the girl and slit her throat. A criminal complaint filed Thursday says the girl told authorities she was More >

Sawyer County court clerk apparent victim of murder-suicide

HAYWARD, Wis. (AP) — Two people died in rural Hayward this week after an apparent murder-suicide. Authorities say the woman who was killed was the clerk of courts in Sawyer County. Sheriff’s officials say 56-year-old Claudia Bergan died Wednesday after she was found in her home with a gunshot to the chest. Fifty-eight-year-old Dennis Meyer died of More >

La Crosse authorities locate missing plane, find pilot dead

LA CROSSE, Wis. (AP) — A Minnesota pilot was found dead after a small plane was reported missing in the La Crosse area. Officials with the La Crosse Sheriff’s Department say they got a call shortly after noon Thursday about a missing single engine propeller plane. By pinging the pilot’s cellphone they were able to narrow More >

Head of Wisconsin’s State Patrol ready to retire

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The head of Wisconsin’s State Patrol is ready to retire. Wisconsin State Patrol Superintendent Stephen Fitzgerald will step down Aug. 5 after five years leading the agency. Gov. Scott Walker’s office announced his retirement Thursday. His retirement caps a 50-year career in law enforcement that also included a 14-year stint as Dodge County More >

Health officials: State’s long-term care programs will be available statewide in early 2018

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin’s top health officials says the state’s long-term care programs for the elderly and disabled will be available statewide by early 2018. The programs Family Care and IRIS, which stands for Include, Respect I Self-Direct, are designed to keep 55,000 elderly and disabled people out of nursing homes by offering care in More >

Report: Former U.S. Attorney James Santelle misused government credit card

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A newly released investigatory report shows former U.S. Attorney James Santelle misused a government credit card to pay for his dry cleaning, a rental car and an airline ticket. The new details were revealed Thursday in a report by the U.S. Justice Department’s Office of the Inspector General. It was released to More >