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New Lisbon Music Department Presents TARZAN

Welcome to the jungle! Whether you were introduced to the Ape-Man through the classic Edgar Rice Burroughs novels, comic books, Johnny Weissmuller films, the American television series or Disney’s hit animated movie or the stage musical, New Lisbon’s music department’s production of TARZAN is certain to bring back at least one childhood memory of this More >

Dale Schultz in Richland Center, Loganville, Reedsburg and Mauston on Thursday

Wisconsin State Senator Dale Schultz will make stops in Richland, Sauk and Juneau Counties during a day of stops in the district he represents. Schultz plans to listen and learn from the students, community members, business people and health providers he meets with, and he will be available to talk about issues and concerns with More >

Semi Vs. Bicycle Accident in Monroe County

Monroe County authorities have reported a semi-truck versus bicycle crash this morning (on Monday morning) on State Highway 27, north of County Road S in the Township of Little Falls. Sheriff Pete Quirin said that John Marion of Black River Falls was southbound on Highway 27 on his bicycle when a semi tractor-trailer operated by More >

Body of Missing Man Found in Vernon County

The search is over for a 74-year-old man who went missing from the Shrine of Our Lady Of Guadalupe in La Crosse on October 12th . Vernon County Sheriff John Spears said a K-9 Unit found Goudensio Gayton’s body at about 2 p.m. on Saturday, October 25th, in a densely wooded area between County Road More >

The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train to Stop in Mauston

The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will return to Mauston in early December. The holiday train is decorated in hundreds of thousands of lights and stops at various towns across Canada and the United States to give a festive show. It’s also a food donation drive for local food banks. According to the website, this year’s More >

Wonewoc Village Board Approves New Disconnection Policy

The Wonewoc Village Board has approved a new disconnection policy for water/sewer services.  Effective as October 22, the Village Board approved the disconnection of these services for non-payment and this policy will take place year round. In the event that a water/sewer disconnection occurs during the winter moratorium months, both the water/sewer and electric bills More >

Fall Adventures at the Necedah Wildlife Refuge

The Necedah National Wildlife Refuge has several programs set for November 15th. The first session is called “Can You Capture It? FOCUS on Photography” for an introductory session on photo editing. It will be held from 9:00am – 9:45am at the Visitor Center. This lecture series will teach tips and tricks for nature photographs in More >

Ocean Spray Shoots Cranberry Commercial in Warrens

WARRENS, Wis. (AP) – Ocean Spray is shooting its signature cranberry commercial in central Wisconsin for the first time. Production crews, actors and Ocean Spray employees have been working to shoot a year’s worth of commercials in Warrens. The Massachusetts-based company only has a small timeframe to create all of the footage it will need since More >

Wonewoc-Center School Board Certifies Tax Levy

The Wonewoc-Center School Board certified their tax levy and budget at its monthly meeting on Monday. District Administrator Steve Lozeau said that the tax levy was set at $2.9 million and the mil rate for the district was set at $12.84. That’s down from last year’s mil rate of $13.15. The board also approved the More >

Juneau County Health Department Working With Schools For Influenza Vaccines

Influenza season will soon be upon us and the Juneau County Health Department is working with local school districts to give flu vaccines to students. Influenza is a contagious virus that may cause fever/chills, sore throat, muscle aches, fatigue, cough, headache, and a runny/stuffy nose. The Necedah, New Lisbon, Wonewoc-Center, Royall, Mauston, St. Paul’s and More >