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Wonewoc Man Facing Charges After Stealing and Forging Checks

A 42 year old Wonewoc man is facing a charge of Uttering a Forgery and 2 counts of Misdemeanor Theft after stealing checks back in March.  On March 25th authorities reported to a rural Wonewcoc residence due to a victim believing one of his employees had stolen two checks and cashed them.  The checks totaled More >

Democrats Complain They Weren’t Consulted About Security Study

Democratic lawmakers say they weren’t given advance notice before the Joint Finance Committee gave its approval to a security study at the state Capitol.  They say Madison police weren’t notified either.  Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, a Republican, wondered how they can oppose looking at ways to improve safety in a building which sees so More >

Two Camp Douglas Men Faces Charges in Separate Incidents

A 43 year old Camp Douglas man is facing a charge of Possession of Drug Paraphernalia after being pulled over in Monroe County in April.  Christopher Nordstrum was pulled over for a defective registration lamp.  A search of the vehicle was conducted and a smoking pipe allegedly used for smoking methamphetamine was found.  In a More >

TMH to Hold Parkinson Support Group July 2nd from 2-3:30pm

Parkinson’s patients and family members are invited to share a special photo, item or hobby during the next Parkinson’s Support Group meeting, July 2 from 2 – 3:30 p.m. at Tomah Memorial Hospital. Officials say the ‘sharing day’ has become a very special event for patients, caregivers and family members. Tomah Memorial’s Parkinson’s support group More >

Vernon County Vehicle Hydroplanes into Water No One Hurt in Accident

On June 15, 2019, at approximately 6:20PM a single vehicle slide-off occurred on State Highway 35, just south of Stoddard. Jillian K. Smith, age 40, was operating her motor vehicle northbound on Highway 35 and lost control due to hydroplaning. The vehicle traveled into the southbound lane, and slid into the water. Jillian Smith was More >

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 >

Joint Finance Committee Budget Includes $322-Million Tax Cut

The Wisconsin Legislature’s Joint Finance Committee voted along party lines today (Thursday) to approve a two-year budget that includes a 322-million-dollar tax cut.  The G-O-P plan would cut taxes on the average taxpayer by about 75 dollars per year.  The proposal is less than the half size of Governor Evers’ 833-million-dollar tax cut and the More >

Wood County Deputy Shot By Colleague While Trying To Help Suicidal Man

The Department of Justice has determined a Wood County deputy who was shot this week while trying to help a suicidal man was hit by a colleague.  The 32-year-old man grabbed a knife while he was talking to a crisis interventionist and a struggle commenced.  One of the responding deputies fired shots which hit the More >