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Juneau County 4-H Program Recognizes Award Recipients

The Juneau County 4-H Program is proud to announce recipients of very special recognition! The following Juneau County 4-H participants were recognized at the recent Juneau County 4-H Recognition Program. – Daniel Senzig of Blackhawk 4-H Club was recognized as the 2019 Youth Volunteer of the Year. This is an annual award presented to a More >

Tomah Health CT Earns Accreditation

A nearly yearlong effort has resulted in Tomah Health awarded a three-year accreditation in computed tomography by the American College of Radiology. Tomah Health Imaging Coordinator Kim Cramblit says the accreditation marks a major goal in quality and safety. C-T scanning – sometimes called CAT scanning – is a noninvasive medical test that helps physicians More >

WRJC to Hold 2nd Annual Bridal Expo Sunday inside 2 Elks Event Center inside the Lodge in Mauston

WRJC will be holding its 2nd Annual Bridal Expo this Sunday February 23rd.  It will be held at the Two Elks Event Center inside the Lodge in Mauston.  It will take place between the hours of 11am and 3pm.  New this year will be a fashion show by Jackie’s Bridal out of Coloma.  The Fashion More >

New Lisbon Chamber of Commer Presents Jossabean Sweets Bakery with First Dollar Profit

The New Lisbon Area Chamber of Commerce was pleased to present Tania Clark of Jossabean Sweets Bakery? with her First Dollar of Profit. Jossabean Sweets is a wonderful hometown Boutique Bakery offering everything homemade, ranging from baked donuts, scones, croissants, bars, cookies, custom cakes, coffee,  daily homemade bread, as well as a selection of breakfast More >

Mauston Man Faces Charges of Burglary

A Mauston man is facing Burglary charges from a September incident.  On November 26th a victim reported a burglary to Juneau County authorities.  The victim said he returned home on September 3rd to find his door open and a bunch of stuff missing.  The victim believed 35 year old Michael Dufay may have been behind More >

Royall FFA to Hold Appreciation Pancake Breakfast Sunday February 23rd

The Royall FFA will be hosting a pancake appreciation breakfast this Sunday February 23rd from 8am until noon.  It will be held in the Royall High School cafeteria.  This is an APPRECIATION breakfast and the FFA will only be charging a $1.00 for the meal which includes all you can eat pancakes, sausage, coffee, juice More >

Citizen’s Academy beginning March 19, 2020.

The Adams County Sheriff’s Office will be holding its Citizen’s Academy beginning March 19, 2020. The class is scheduled to be held each Thursday for 10 weeks from 6 PM to 9 PM. The academy is open to anyone 18 years or older, who lives, works, or owns property in Adams County. The Citizen’s Academy More >

Local Primary Election Results from Tuesday

Tomah Mayoral Primary Mike Murray and Nellie Pater will advance to the general election on April 7th. Mike Murray (I) 600 Nellie Pater 220 Brett Larkin 198 Remy Gomez 72   The Tomah School Board race advanced 6 candidates to the general election.  Advancing will be Mike Gnewikow, Susan Bloom, Rick Murray, and Mitch Koel.  More >

Wonewoc Man Faces Child Sexual Assault Charges

A Wonewoc man is facing charges after he is accused of exploiting a step relative.  On December 27th an underage victim was interviewed by Juneau County Detectives in reference to an investigation of possible sexual abuse by 30 year old Joel Reavis.  The victim claimed Reavis would take advantage of her by requesting nude photographs More >

Nicaraguan Immigrant in Camp Douglas Charged with Using Another’s Social Security Number

A Nicaraguan immigrant living in Camp Douglas is facing a charge of Misappropriate ID Info.  On January 24th the Napa, California Police department met with a victim who claimed her identity was stolen.  Their social security number was being used by someone working on a dairy farm in Camp Douglas, Wisconsin.  The dairy farm was More >