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The total snowfall Trempealeau County got in January
Stacker compiled data on the snowfall that Trempealeau County, Wisconsin received in January 2024 using data from the National Centers for Environmental Information
How personal income has changed in Trempealeau County—plus, see how it compares to the rest of the state and country
Stacker analyzed Bureau of Economic Analysis data to see how personal income has changed in Trempealeau County, Wisconsin and how it compares to state and national levels.
Annual BRF Alumni Banquet will require pre-payment this year
The Black River Falls High School (BRFHS) Alumni Board has announced that the. 132nd banquet will be held Saturday, May 25, 2024, in the Commons Area of the BRF High. School. A social hour will begin at 4 p.m. with dinner to follow at 6 p.m. The banquet, which had...
Man accused of trying to kill fellow inmate sentenced to 10 years
JACKSON COUNTY, Wis. (WKBT) -- The man accused of trying to kill a fellow inmate at Jackson County correctional is found guilty.
CFC BOARD MEETING FLOODED WITH SUPPORT FOR OUSTED PRINCIPAL
COCHRAN FOUNTAIN CITY, Wis. (WKBT) -- It was a packed school board meeting at Cochrane Fountain City High School Wednesday night.
Keeping small-town life fresh
Living in a small town is not for everyone. It should come with some disclaimers. Once, while visiting the Twin Cities, I randomly biked past a friend of mine on the sidewalk. Passing by someone I knew seemed like a pretty normal occurrence to me. I waved at my friend. But he did a double-take and hollered in amazement, “Huh?!” On the flip side, I knew that living in small towns so long had turned me into a country bumpkin (as quaint as a Winona Ryder Super Bowl commercial) when I went to the airport and couldn’t stop thinking, “How are there so many people here and I don’t know a single one of them?”
Fire destroys home; owner, dog unhurt
At least six fire departments aided the Eleva Fire Department Saturday to extinguish a fire that destroyed a home and garage at 49044 Highway 93 south of Eleva. The home’s owner, Josh Potter, and his dog escaped without injury in a fire Eleva Fire Chief Ben Aione said was likely caused by a pellet stove.
Church celebrates after changing racially insensitive name
BLACK RIVER FALLS, Wis. (WEAU) - Spirit Creek is the new name of a lutheran church in Black River Falls. Representative of Evangelical Lutheran Churches in America, Sara Bishop, said the name was changed because it was offensive towards the Ho-Chunk Nation and those living in the community. “The name...
Wildcat girls surge into postseason play with two wins
It wasn’t quite enough to win another Dairyland Conference title, but the Blair-Taylor girls basketball team entered postseason play on a roll. The Wildcats won two games last week, beating Plum City/Elmwood, 77-43, on Monday before thumping Eleva-Strum, 47-32, on Thursday. That makes three straight wins for B-T, which has also won five of its last six.
Times office to close, newspaper will continue
For the first time in 150 years, there will not be a newspaper office in Whitehall, however readers of the Times shouldn’t expect major changes to the publication itself. Due to a changing business model, the Trempealeau County Times office – located on Main St. in Whitehall – will close at the end of March. The newspaper itself, however, will remain and continue to be printed in Black Earth, just as it has since its creation when the Whitehall Times, Arcadia News-Leader and Galesville Republican merged at the start of 2011.
Norse start hot in win over Augusta
The Whitehall boys basketball team was able to get to the basket early as it took a big lead at home against Augusta and went on for a 68-42 win. The Norse scored 38 points in the first half, most of which came in the paint. Grant Olson made two three pointers and had 10 points in the first half, while the team got eight from Preston Schroeder in a balanced effort that put the squad ahead 38-22 at halftime.
Three vehicle crash sends two Winona people to hospital
(KWNO)-A three vehicle crash on Friday sent two people from Winona to the hospital. According to a report by the Minnesota State Patrol, 46-year-old Pearly Paapcrabb and 50-year-old Sarah Hong were traveling westbound on Highway 14 in Saint Charles. Another vehicle was going east on side of 14 and a third vehicle was stopped in eastbound lane waiting to turn left onto County Road 19. The three vehicles collided at the intersection. Paapcrabb and Hong, along with one of the other drivers, were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according to the report. Alcohol was not a factor and all the people involved were wearing seat belts.
B-T splits two in DC play
After a tough loss early in the week, the Blair-Taylor boys basketball team came out ready to play with a lopsided win. The Wildcats couldn’t get going on Tuesday, losing to Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran, 82-53, on the road. On Friday, however, the team hit shots early and beat Eleva-Strum at home, 71-54.
Byron gymnastics team heading to State!
ROCHESTER — On Saturday, February 17, and in dramatic fashion, the scrappy Byron girls gymnastics team earned its spot in the Section 1, Class 1A state tournament. For the team, it came down to the last event, with Byron edging out Winona by just over three-tenths of a point. The Lady Bears finished with a team total of 138.975, just ahead of the Winhawks’ score of 138.6, at Rochester John Marshall High School.
WATCH: Regular season finales for Central, Onalaska and Holmen
The Onalaska, Central, and Holmen boys basketball teams are all playing their best basketball of the season as the playoffs await just around the corner. All 3 can be seen in action on WKTY Thursday night. The Onalaska Hilltoppers have alright clinched the MVC crown and can make it an...
Crime Stoppers donate to Dive Rescue Team
On February 15, Dean Beckman (center) presented the Dive Rescue Team with a donation of $500 from the Winona Area Crime Stoppers. The funds will be put towards the purchase of a new Dive Rescue vehicle.
Local Parent Praises Winona Area Public Schools for Inclusive Education
Winona Area Public Schools (WAPS) received positive feedback from a parent, Hez Obermark, for its inclusive approach. Obermark, a parent of two students at WAPS, shared her family's positive experience with the school's inclusivity. She and her husband chose WAPS for their children because of its commitment to inclusivity.
Today the gas price is close to $2.97 in Merrillan as of 2024-02-22. Find the available station near you.
Photo from Unsplash and unrelated to the city. For most people, it is a constant necessity of life to manage gas prices. The national average price for a gallon of regular-grade gas on Thursday is $3.270, a week ago the price is $3.278 , according to AAA.
City of Augusta seeking buyer for its Family Clinic after Prevea closure
AUGUSTA, Wis. (WLAX/WEUX) – The city of Augusta is asking for help in seeking a buyer for their Family Clinic that is shutting down because of the HSHS and Prevea closures. This isn’t only affecting employees. It’s also affecting the whole community. The Augusta Area School District...
Winona woman allegedly puts knife to boyfriend’s neck, threatens to kill him
(KWNO)-A Winona woman early Saturday morning allegedly assaulted her boyfriend with a belt and threatened him with a knife. Police arrested 32-year-old Passion Rakeema De Andrade-Perez. According to a spokesperson, during an argument at a residence in the 500 block of East 5th Street Perez put a kitchen knife to the victim’s throat and put a belt around his neck and said she was going to kill him. The spokesperson said alcohol was involved and Perez is charged with second degree assault among other charges.