Wisconsin Afternoon State News for Thursday 3/22/18

>>Racine Workers Will Be Among Those Fired By S.C. Johnson & Son Inc. (Racine, WI)  —  Workers at its Racine location have been informed some of them will be impacted by the elimination of hundreds of jobs by S-C Johnson and Son.  An estimated 300-to-400 jobs will be cut from the company’s global workforce of More >

Pre-Trial Date Announced for Juneau County Man

A pre-trial date has been announced for a Juneau County man, who was arrested in January on Felony Sex charges.  Andrew Steiskal, 22, is being charged with Sexual Exploitation of a Child and four counts of Possession of Child Photography, Causing a Child Under 13 to View and or Listen to Sexual Activity, and Exposing More >

New Lisbon Man Arrested for Shoe Theft

A New Lisbon man was arrested at his home for a November theft at If the Shoe Fits in Tomah.  37 year old Bradley Hayden is accused of stealing a pair of women’s shoes.  He was identified by surveillance video that led to his March 9th arrest.  Hayden has been referred to the District Attorney More >

Wisconsin Morning State News for Thursday 3/22/18

>>Wisconsin Man Sentenced To 30 Years In Iowa Prison For Sex Crime (Cedar Rapids, IA)  —  A 26-year-old La Crosse man was on probation for a child porn conviction when Iowa authorities say he enticed a minor to engage in sexual activity.  Carson Sibley was given a 30-year prison term Monday after entering a guilty More >

Wisconsin State Sports for Thursday 3/22/18

>>Antetokounmpo Hurt In 127-120 Loss To Clippers (Milwaukee, WI)  —  Milwaukee’s second loss in a row drops the Bucks a game-and-a-half behind Miami in the Eastern Conference standings, good for eighth place in the race for a playoff position.  There was too much DeAndre Jordan Wednesday night in the 127-120 defeat at the hands of More >

John Deere Showroom Could be Headed to Mauston Soon

Mauston may have a new business coming to town.  The City of Mauston is working on a developer’s agreement with Don Slama from Hillsboro Equipment Incorporated.  The agreement would build an approximated 10,000 square foot building which would work as a sales repair showroom type building for John Deere Equipment.  Although not yet a done More >

Mauston Educator awarded $3,000 Grant

Mauston teacher Rachel Ann Tamborino has been awarded a $3,000 grant from the Wisconsin Educators Association.  The grant will go towards Tamborinos Clothing/Food Pantry project she is starting to benefit students.  Tamborino knows not all children are able to purchase fashionable clothing and are teased because of it.  She wants to give kids of all More >

Wisconsin Afternoon State News for Wednesday 3/21/18

>>Part-Time Firefighter Charged With Threatening Governor Walker (Lannon, WI)  —  A 45-year-old part-time firefighter in Menomonee Falls is charged with making an online threat against Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker.  The Facebook post read, “I suggest we take all our firearms to the governor’s mansion and execute the parasite.”  It was reported to Wisconsin State Capitol More >

Mauston Girl Named Miss Harbor Cities Most Outstanding Teen

Mauston High School student Olivia Lulich was crowned Miss Harbor Cities most outstanding teen at the annual Miss Harbor Cities and Outstanding Teen Program this past Saturday, at Silver Lake College.  Lulich was one of many teens across the state competing for prizes, scholarships, along with the chance to move on to the Miss Wisconsin More >

School District of Mauston Meetings

April 2 – iLEAD Governance Council Meeting