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Tomah Man Facing 8th Offense OWI

It will be his 8th offense.  50 year old Daniel Bird of Tomah is facing his 8th Offense OWI.  At around 5am on April 3rd authorities were alerted by a witness that someone had driven through their Town of Grant yard and struck an unoccupied vehicle.  Authorities located a Chevy Impala that had caused the More >

Tomah PD Finds Meth in Mauston Mans Vehicle

A 39 year old Mauston man has been referred to the Monroe County District Attorney for drug charges.  Authorities were alerted by a caller, that a man sitting in a parking lot in Tomah’s industrial park had meth on him. The caller said the meth was hidden in a can of potato chips under the More >

Roger Ellis Kim Corbin to perform at Terrace Heights

The public is invited to join the tenants of Terrace Heights Retirement Community in Mauston on Tuesday, May 1 at 2 pm for an afternoon of entertainment!  Singer Roger Ellis has been invited to perform classic songs that everyone will enjoy. This event is free and open to the public, however space is limited.  Call More >

Free, discounted health screenings at Mile Bluff – Necedah Family Medical Center

In order to lead a healthy lifestyle, it’s important to take control of your health.  Knowing your specific risks for developing heart disease and diabetes can help you be proactive in making healthier life choices.  Knowing your levels of cholesterol and blood pressure, and keeping those under control, may even help to add a few More >

Tomah Historical Museum to Celebrate 20 Years

On Tuesday May 1st the Tomah Historical Museum will celebrate its 20th anniversary.  The anniversary will include refreshments, a medallion hunt, Tomah trivia, and most importantly cake.  The current Tomah Historical Museum building was donated by Joyce and Frosty Mades 20 years ago.  The building had previously been a clothes post operated by Joyce Mades. More >

Jane Doe Body Exhumed From Waupun Cemetery To Gather Information

The Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Office will use modern testing techniques to learn more about the woman called “Jane Doe” when she was buried at a cemetery in the Town of Waupun six years ago.  Her remains were exhumed Thursday.  Tests on her bones could reveal where she lived, her ancestors and he eye, More >

2 Officials At UW-Oshkosh Charged With Misconduct In Office

Questions about financial dealings at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh have resulted in charges of misconduct in office being filed against two former campus leaders.  Former Chancellor Richard Wells and Vice Chancellor Thomas Sonnleitner will make their initial appearances in Winnebago County Circuit Court in June.  Each faces five charges for allegedly improperly managing university funds More >

Worst Intersection In State Of Wisconsin Is On Milwaukee’s North Side

A national study finds the most dangerous intersection in Wisconsin is on Milwaukee’s north side.  There have been 136 accidents at 35th and Capitol, resulting in injuries in 104 of them over the last five years.  Milwaukee city leaders will roll out a new initiative with the aim of reducing crashes — especially hit-and-run accidents More >

Local Businesses Donate Funds to Law Enforcement for New Cell Dumping Tech

Juneau County Law Enforcement will have new technology thanks to the help of area businesses.  Juneau County authorities will now have CelleBrite cell dumping technology.  The technology will allow law enforcement to gather information from electronic devices such as cell phones, tablets, and laptops.  Authorities must get a warrant to use this technology unless it More >

Meister Seeks Re-Election as Sauk County Sheriff

Sauk County Sheriff Chip Meister announced he will seek re-election in the fall election.  Meister was elected in 2010 and was re-elected in 2014.  Meister says it is a priviledge to serve as Sheriff of Sauk County.  He has proud of the 34 served years in the Sheriff’s Department.