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The Whitehall School District is willing to explore the possibility of adding a childcare facility, if that’s what district taxpayers want. District superintendent Mike Beighley said he has fielded numerous questions about the possibility, citing the lack of childcare options available in the area...
Arcadia is a small city with big city needs — at least from a where’s-the-money perspective — and its mayor of the last six years thinks it’s time for new ideas. Rob Reichwein’s tenure as mayor of the county’s largest city began following a recall over sand mines in the city in 2015, and he’s...
The number of deer harvested in Trempealeau County during the opening weekend of Wisconsin’s nine-day gun season saw a significant decrease this year. Data released last week by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources showed that 1,885 deer were harvested on opening weekend, Nov. 20 and 21,...
The county’s new health director “couldn’t be more pleased” that Trempealeau County residents are getting vaccinated at a rate that’s the seventh highest in the state, but the incidence of positive COVID tests still gets the county a “critical” ranking. “We know the vaccine reduces the risk of...

            Rollie Thompson retired last April after serving as the town of Gale chair for 26 years.            (Submitted photo)

Town of Gale supervisor Dan Byom worked with former township chair Rollie Thompson for nearly two decades on the town board, and Byom said the impact Thompson left on the town can be seen in nearly every street and corner of Gale. Thompson retired in April after 26 years as chair, and Byom said the...

            Little Raiders Childcare Center director Jolynn Bourland is in her first year running the new childcare center run through Arcadia Elementary School, one designed to give kids a head start on their education. Bourland said the center provides a good balance of learning through play time and one-on-one skill building with teachers.            (Times photograph by Bnejamin Pierce)

When Little Raiders Childcare Center director Jolynn Bourland was putting together the curriculum for the new childcare center at Arcadia Elementary School this summer, she wanted to ensure students were receiving more than just play time and cartoons. A few of months into operations, Bourland said...

            Michael Spare of Whitehall squeezed a pass between Arcadia’s Richard Gomez (23) and Egan Pauly (1).             (Times photograph by Andrew Dannehy)

The Arcadia boys basketball team wasn’t able to get many good looks at the basket as Whitehall’s defense harassed them up and down the court.  The Raiders struggled to beat Whitehall’s press and, even when they did, the Norse defense recovered to force tough shots. Whitehall was able to take a 10-...

 

 

Wednesday, Nov. 17 06:56 — Osseo: A small red car almost struck a guardrail. It is driving at varying speeds and has crossed the centerline.  08:03 — Arcadia: Semi struck a deer. No damage to the semi. Caller believes the deer is dead.  08:51 — Galesville: Caller said her husband is weak and has...
All five of the school districts in the Times coverage area were noted as “exceeding expectations” according to report cards issued by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction last week. The Independence School District scored the highest on the DPI’s grading system, with an overall mark of...
A divided Arcadia city council eventually changed city employees’ health coverage to the lowest cost plan, but will attempt to move to a state plan in 2023. By a four-to-two vote last Wednesday, the council approved moving city employees to Quartz, a health plan from Gunderson Health System. City...

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