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Senator Marklein Gives Statement on Join Finance Committee Actions to Support Agriculture

Senator Howard Marklein (R-Spring Green) made the following statement on the Joint Finance Committee’s (JFC’s) actions to support agriculture, natural resources and capital investments.   “I am proud of the JFC’s investments in agriculture, natural resources and capital investments in the legislature’s version of the state budget.   The JFC funded the Dairy Innovation Hub More >

St. Joseph’s Memorial Foundation to host The Great British Tea Party

St. Joseph’s Memorial Foundation is inviting you to join them at Field Veterans Memorial Park for its first ever “Great British Tea Party.”   The Great British Tea Party promises to be one of the tastiest events ever presented by the St. Joseph’s Memorial Foundation, featuring homemade cakes, sandwiches, a range of hot and cold More >

Mauston Lions Club to Hold Pancake Breakfast during Youth Baseball Tournament this Saturday

Saturday morning you can come for the pancakes and stay for the baseball.  The Mauston Lions club is hosting a pancake breakfast Saturday June 15th beginning at 7:30am in the building between the two ball fields at the Juneau County Fairgrounds.  The cost is $5 for adults and $2.50 for the youngsters.  The pancake breakfast More >


Juneau County has always been on the fringe edge of every economic regional basin, whether it be the 7 Rivers Region (14 counties), the North Central WI Region (10 counties) or the Coulee Region (7 counties). But that doesn’t mean they are on the fringe of the economic action. Thursday, June 6th, the University of More >

Nearly 117 Grams of Marijuana Located on Beach Street Residence

On June 7th the Mauston Police Department conducted a search warrant on 123 Beach Street in the City of Mauston with the assistance of the Juneau County Drug Task Force. 116.93grams of marijuana, multiple scales, baggies, pipes, and other item drug paraphernalia were located inside of the residence.  The Mauston Police Department also located “tooter More >

Reedsburg Man Facing 4th Offense OWI after being Pulled Over in Lyndon Station

A Reedsburg man is facing his 4th Offense OWI.  A State Trooper witnessed a vehicle driven by a man later identified as 26 year old Ryan Cloud, not come to a complete stop at a stop sign in Lyndon Station on Highway 12/16.  The Trooper conducted a traffic stop and approached Cloud.  Cloud seemed nervous More >

$3,000 to be given away through the Golf Ball Crash for Cash

On Sunday, August 18, golf balls will be falling from the sky as Mile Bluff Medical Center Foundation hold the “Golf Ball Crash for Cash” raffle during the Juneau County Fair’s Combine Demo. Only 300 tickets will be sold for this cash raffle.  For just $20 you could purchase the winning raffle ticket! Each ticket More >

Kendall Man Facing Drunk Driving Related Charges

A Kendall Man is facing charges of Operating after Revocation/Drunk Driving-Related, Tampering with Interlock Ignition, and Bail Jumping after being pulled over June 1st.  Harold Kramer was pulled over on East McCoy Boulevard in Tomah in the early morning hours.  Kramer admitted to having a revoked license and that he was on bond for a More >

Tomah Man Facing Charges after Claiming He Would Blow Up Restaurant

A Tomah man is facing charges after making terrorist threats at a Tomah Restaurant.  50 year old Russell Miller is facing charges of Making Terroristic Threats, Battery, and Disorderly Conduct.  Miller allegedly told the bar tender he was going to blow the building up next year, at this point Miller was told to leave.  Miller More >

Complimentary Foot Care Clinic to be Held at TMH June 25th

Monroe County senior residents can receive complimentary foot care at a special foot care clinic June 25 from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. at Tomah Memorial Hospital. The clinic – titled, ‘Sole Providers’ will be conducted by Viterbo graduate nurses who will trim, cut, and clip nails, corns, and calluses using state-of-the-art equipment. Peripheral Artery More >