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Those wildly popular garage sales are apparently too much of a good thing in one central Wisconsin city. The Marshfield Common Council voted 6-to-3 last night to limit residents to four garage sales per year -- and none can last longer than four straight days. Officials said the purpose is to end perpetual garage sales in the city of 19-thousand. Alderman Ed Wagner said it takes a lot of work to put a sale together -- and that spurs some people to do it over an entire summer if they don't sell their goods right away.
The death toll now stands at four in crashes on snow-covered and icy roads in Minnesota. Two people from Missouri were killed yesterday when their car slid into the path of another car on Highway 21 northwest of Faribault. Earlier this week, Tyler Evan of Belle Plaine was killed when he lost control on a Carver County road. Mridusha Allen of Springfield was killed Monday afternoon in Blue Earth County when she lost control on icy Highway 68 and slid into the path of a semi. _________________ Two Roger
The Milwaukee Bucks have won back-to-back games for the first time in two seasons, after beating Oklahoma City at home last night 85-to-78.
NEWARK, NJ -- The Minnesota Wild's losing streak reached four games with a 3-1 setback Tuesday night in New Jersey. Devils goaltender Corey Schneider made 23 saves to help end...
Keegan Drew Seymour, Hager City, a 2005 graduate of Ellsworth High School, graduated leadership class and was recently promoted to staff sergeant.
On Thursday, Oct. 30, Ellsworth Middle School eighth-grade students hosted a volleyball tournament to collect goods for the local food shelf.
Pierce County Sheriff Nancy Hove recognized the following six fourth-grade students at Prairie View Elementary for not having any late work the entire first quarter. Pictured, from left to right, are: Sheriff Hove, Vanessa Stephens, Avery Lightburn, Rebekah Conrad, Rylee Tieman-Hoyer, Cody Hove and Paige Scharpen. (Submitted photo)
Wisconsin native and former La Crosse Catholic Bishop Raymond Burke was removed over the weekend as the head of the Vatican's highest court. Church leaders did not say why they transferred Burke to a ceremonial post as chaplain of the Knights-of-Malta charity group. Saturday's move was not a surprise, as the conservative Burke has been highly critical of Pope Francis and his Catholic reform agenda. The 66-year-old Burke recently said he'd be given a new post, but was not sure when.