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Westby and Viroqua meet to discuss possible police department merger

Westby and Viroqua meet to discuss possible police department merger

| April 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

  Westby Wis. – On Wednesday night Westby Mayor Dan Jefson defended his decision to start a discussion with the City of Viroqua about the potential for the two communities to combine police departments.  Jefson said he and Viroqua Mayor Larry Fanta had spoken as long as a year and half ago about the possibility […]

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Young farmers recognized by Organic Valley

Young farmers recognized by Organic Valley

| April 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Organic Valley recently recognized three young farmers working in the organic industry that have demonstrated their commitment to organic farming, and preserving the family farm and rural communities through leadership, stewardship and innovation. Organic Valley says they developed the the Gen-O Award to recognize young producers that embody these qualities. In a written statement the cooperatives […]

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Wood pellet study says region could save millions, create jobs

Wood pellet study says region could save millions, create jobs

| April 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

LA CROSSE, Wis. — (AP) Using wood pellets for fuel in southwestern Wisconsin could save millions of dollars a year in energy costs, slash carbon dioxide emissions and create at least 80 jobs, according to a study. The report, commissioned by the Mississippi River Regional Planning Commission, says regional forests could provide plenty of biomass […]

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Tree falls on car on Hwy 35

Tree falls on car on Hwy 35

| April 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Department says a Fennimore man and a toddler escaped injury when a tree fell on their vehicle on State Hwy 35 Saturday. According to the Sheriff’s Department Todd Slaght, 45, of Fennimore along with passenger Auden Slaght, 4, were traveling south bound on State Hwy 35 south of Mohawk Valley Road in […]

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Alcohol a factor when Tomah man strikes two cars in a driveway

Alcohol a factor when Tomah man strikes two cars in a driveway

| April 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Monroe County authorities say they do believe alcohol was a factor in a crash that happened Friday night in the township of La Grange when a 50-year-old man from Tomah went off the road and struck two parked cars. According to the sheriffs Department at around 8:15 PM Craig Fiedler, 50, of Tomah was traveling north […]

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Organic Valley annual meeting: sales approaching $1 billion

Organic Valley annual meeting: sales approaching $1 billion

| April 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

LA CROSSE, Wis. (AP) – Organic Valley, the world’s largest organic farmer cooperative, says sales increased 8.5 percent last year to nearly $930 million. The company that produces organic milk, butter, produce and other products released the figures at its annual meeting Thursday in La Crosse. The La Crosse Tribune reports more than 500 of […]

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Election results: Not so fast, mistake in vote count results in 3 vote margin in county board race

Election results: Not so fast, mistake in vote count results in 3 vote margin in county board race

| April 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

As the previous story from Monday night below reports , when everyone went to bed it appeared as though Adrian Amelse had defeated incumbent board member and former sheriff Geoff Banta by 9 votes. It still appears as though Amelse is the winner of the race but the numbers changed about 11 am Wednesday morning when one […]

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Community Solar Farm, scholarships announced at Vernon Electric Co-op Annual Meeting

Community Solar Farm, scholarships announced at Vernon Electric Co-op Annual Meeting

| March 31, 2014 | 0 Comments

Westby, Wis. - Vernon Electric’s 78th Annual Meeting drew a large crowd where CEO Joe McDonald announced construction of Wisconsin’s first community solar farm which will be located next to Vernon Electric’s headquarters building in Westby. The community solar project will allow members of the Cooperative to buy solar panels to provide their own clean, local […]

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Vernon County 4-H youth attend 4-H Day at Capitol

Vernon County 4-H youth attend 4-H Day at Capitol

| March 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

A large delegation of Vernon County 4-H youth and adult volunteers joined nearly a thousand other 4-H members, volunteers and parents at 4-H Day at the Capitol marking 100 years of 4-H in Wisconsin.  A highlight of the day was the opportunity to meet local legislators Senator Jennifer Shilling and Representative Lee Nerison. 4-H Youth Development […]

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One vehicle rollover accident in town of Franklin

One vehicle rollover accident in town of Franklin

| March 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

   Vernon County Sheriff, John Spears, reports that a car crashed around 11am on Thursday, March 27th. The crash happened near the intersection of US Highway 14/61 and County Road JJ in the town of Franklin. 20-year-old Kyle J. Turner, of Readstown fell asleep at  the wheel. His vehicle crossed the centerline, and went into […]

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