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Elroy Man Facing 12 Counts of Child Pornography

An Elroy man is facing 12 counts of Child Pornography.  43 year old TJ Steinmetz had his apartment searched after authorities received a cyber tip about child pornography coming from an IP address in Elroy.  The search turned up multiple flash drives, cell phones, and other smart devices containing child pornographic images.  Most of the More >

Diabetes & Your Feet – A diabetes education event

On Thursday, November 1, Mile Bluff Medical Center is hosting a free diabetes education event. “Diabetes & Your Feet” will focus on the importance of proper foot care while managing life with diabetes.  Free to the public, this educational event will also provide foot exams, demonstrations, door prizes, and refreshments.  If you or a loved More >

Female cancer patients have the opportunity to ‘Look Good…Feel Better’ at Mile Bluff

The healthcare professionals at Mile Bluff have teamed up with area cosmetologists to offer a program to ladies who are undergoing cancer treatments.  On Tuesday, November 6, Mile Bluff will hold its next ‘Look Good…Feel Better’® group training session. The event is a two-hour, hands-on workshop with a ‘Look Good…Feel Better’® volunteer beauty professional.  During More >

President Trump Visits Central Wisconsin Next Week

President Donald Trump is scheduled to appear at a Republican campaign rally next week at Central Wisconsin Airport in Mosinee.  Joining Trump at the Wednesday rally will be Governor Scott Walker and U-S Senate candidate Leak Vukmir.  The last time the president was in the state he attended a groundbreaking ceremony for the Foxconn Technologies More >

2018 Flood Has City Leaders Considered A Big Move

Rock Springs trustees have discussed moving the village’s downtown district out of the floodplain after the damage done by flood waters earlier this year.  Plans are on hold while the community in Sauk County waits to hear about a federal disaster declaration.  Another approach could be to fortify low-lying areas of the village against high More >

Shorewood High School Play Canceled — Again

The on-again, off-again performance of a play by drama students at Shorewood High School has been canceled a second time.  Students had planned to offer a closed performance for their parents yesterday, but that was called off after a heated Tuesday night meeting.  A 17-year-old boy was arrested Wednesday for posting a threatening message online.  More >

City of Tomah Meetings

October 20 – Budget Meeting Agenda October 22 – Possible Quaram at Culvers

Fatal Accident Takes Place in Town Of Kildare

On Tuesday, October 16th, at 6:17 pm, the Juneau County Sheriff’s Office received a report of a two vehicle accident on County Road HH south of 54th Street in the Town of Kildare.  Initial investigation revealed the operator of a southbound vehicle went off the roadway while negotiating a curve on County Road HH.  The More >

Sen. Marklein Receives WMC’s “Working for Wisconsin” Award

In Wisconsin, 83 lawmakers repeatedly stood up for tax cuts, pro-growth reforms and investments in our state’s workforce this past legislative session. Each of these legislators supported initiatives that will spur economic growth and job creation by putting an emphasis on improving Wisconsin’s business climate.   WMC, the combined state chamber of commerce and manufacturers’ More >

Jim Hentzel to perform at Terrace Heights

The public is invited to join the tenants of Terrace Heights Retirement Community in Mauston on Monday, November 5 at 2 pm for an afternoon of entertainment!  Singer Jim Hentzel will be returning to perform classics from Elvis, Sinatra, and more. This event is free and open to the public, however space is limited.  Call More >