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Poynette Woman Arrested for 7th OWI in Sauk County

A Poynette woman has been arrested for OWI-7th Offense. According to the Wisconsin State Patrol, 51-year-old Kristina Fahlgren was the driver of a blue Chevy Malibu was traveling westbound on Interstate 90/94 in Sauk County.  Dispatch received multiple calls reporting the vehicle swerving in and out of lanes and driving down the middle of both More >

One Injured in Two Vehicle Accident in Vernon County

One person was injured in a two vehicle accident Friday morning in Vernon County. Sheriff John Spears said a vehicle driven by 23-year-old Jennifer Larrabe of Chaseburg was traveling south on U.S. Highway 14 at the top of the East Coon Valley hill in the Town of Coon, when her vehicle was struck on the More >

Flu Season Underway at Tomah Memorial Hospital

Officials at Tomah Memorial Hospital have recorded its first hospitalized case of influenza marking the start of the flu season.  Hospital infection preventionist  and registered nurse Jan Path says even though the flu season is underway, there is still time to get a flu shot, the best preventive measure against the illness. To avoid spreading More >

$1 million Powerball winning ticket will expire soon

(Madison, WI)  —  A one million dollar Powerball ticket from last summer has yet to be cashed in. And Wisconsin Lottery officials say it will expire if the winner doesn’t come forward by February second. The ticket was sold at Aberg Avenue Mobil in Madison for the August sixth Powerball drawing, and it matched all More >

Wisconsin Supreme Court will not hear Neenah teachers’ lawsuit

(Neenah, WI)  —  A lawsuit filed by Neenah Joint School District teachers over retirement benefits will not go before the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Television station WBAY reports that the state’s high court released an order on January 12th that the petition for review has been denied. The lawsuit was filed in 2013, following the passage More >

Neighbors concerned about upside down flag display

(Lannon, WI)  —  People living in a neighborhood in the Village of Lannon say they understand First Amendment rights, but they’re still concerned about an American flag which has been displayed upside down outside a condominium.  People who live nearby say they think it’s a political statement protesting the incoming Trump administration.  The condo residents More >

US Rep. Pocan says he won’t attend Trump inauguration

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan is joining those who say they will not attend Friday’s inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump. Pocan made his announcement Sunday. The Wisconsin Democrat says he had initially planned to attend the inauguration, but changed his mind after reading the classified document on Russian hacking, seeing how Trump More >

Superior boat builder secures $6M contract for Texas project

SUPERIOR, Wis. (AP) — A custom boat building company in Superior has received a $6.2 million contract to build dozens of riverboats for a tourist attraction in Texas. The contract means more jobs for Superior as Fraser Shipyards’ Lake Assault Boats will build more than 40 riverboats this year for San Antonio’s River Walk, Wisconsin More >

Plan to pipe in drinking water from Lake Michigan draws

WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) — Waukesha officials are facing opposition for their plan to pipe in drinking water from Lake Michigan. The Great Lakes and Saint Lawrence Cities Initiative, a group of U.S. and Canadian mayors, has asked the Great Lakes Compact Council representing surrounding states for a rehearing on the council’s decision to approve the More >

Juneau County Jail Roster

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