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Learn about the latest advances in hearing technology

 Americans love their electronics:  smart phones, tablets, computers, digital cameras, HDTVs, MP3 players, and even hearing aids…that’s right – sleek, state-of-the-art, life-altering hearing aids. At its best, technology offers solutions, enriches life, and helps its users to be more efficient.  Today’s modern hearing aids do all that and more.  Like other highly-styled electronic devices, hearing More >

Nurses Helping Nurses host Hosta Walk and Quilt Show

Despite the recent snow, spring really is on its way and Nurses Helping Nurses has just the event to help you get in the gardening mood! On Saturday, May 19, from 9 am to 3 pm, area gardeners, landscapers, and plant lovers are invited to join Nurses Helping Nurses at Uniquely Hostas in Elroy for More >

National Drug Take Back – April 28th, 2018

On April 28th, the Juneau County Sheriff’s Office, Elroy Police Department, Mauston Police Department, and SAFE in Juneau County will be joining other agencies across the great state of Wisconsin to participate in the Prescription Drug Take Back event sponsored by the Dose of Reality Campaign.  This initiative is a great opportunity for individuals to More >

Watch Out for Phone Scams Claiming to be from AT&T

The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) has received a number of recent contacts from Wisconsin consumers about a robocall imposter scam that claims to come from AT&T. The calls have been spoofed to show AT&T’s actual customer service phone number on recipients’ caller ID displays. The automated message in the calls More >

Necedah Woman Charged with Felony Bail Jumping

A Necedah woman is being charged with Felony Bail Jumping and Operating a Motor Vehicle While Revoked-Revocation Due to Alcohol/Controlled Substance/Refusal.  32 year old Rebecca Kraft was pulled over in Mauston around 4:30 in the afternoon on April 18th because she was not wearing a seatbelt and her back window was blocked with snow.  When More >

Property Stolen From Shed in Village of Lyndon Station

A home in the village of Lyndon Station allegedly had property stolen from a shed.  The shed located on Lemonweir Street had a weed trimmer and lawn mower stolen from it according to the owners.  The owners claim to have noticed the shed door opened on April 13th but closed the door not thinking anything More >

Western Technical College Meetings

April 24 – Budget Review Meeting

New Lisbon Man Suspected to be Involved with Area Bar Break-ins

A New Lisbon man is being referred to the Monroe County District Attorney after a slew of bar and tavern break-ins.  Fifty-one year old Christopher Edwards allegedly broke into Callahans Bar in Tomah during the overnight hours of June 14th 2017.  Police were called to Callahans at 9AM the next morning after an employee reported More >

City of New Lisbon Works Out Agreement to Improve Water System

The City of New Lisbon has worked out an agreement between the city, the Wisconsin Utility commission, and Street Magic Enterprise LLC to have the city flush out the water mains.  These water mains are located under the New Lisbon Travel Mart.  The water mains will remain private property as the city does not want More >

City of Mauston Meetings

April 24 – Finance and Purchasing Committee April 24 – Public Works Committee April 24 – Common Council