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Associated Bank of Ellsworth hosted a tailgate party Sept. 28 to raise money for the Ellsworth Food Service program. It was a beautiful Saturday to do some grilling! Kaytlyn Ness and Mikayla Joseph volunteered their help, along with the bank’s staff. Together, they raised $110 to give to the school and some community members also dropped off supplies to donate. (Submitted photos)
Ellsworth Middle School Student of the Month winners for September have been named. Each month, teachers and staff at EMS recognize students who display that month’s character education theme. Respect was the theme for September.
“If you require drug testing for unemployment insurance claims are you going to drug test farmers for crop insurance next?” the Colfax farmer asked the candidate.
The state government ended the first year of its two-year state budget with a 517-million dollar surplus.
A La Crosse County man is about to go prison for sexually-assaulting a 12-year-old girl and videotaping the incident.
Both starting corners for the Green Bay Packers still have a chance to play on Sunday.
MINNEAPOLIS -- The Golden Gophers play Purdue on Saturday at TCF Bank Stadium in the annual Homecoming game. The Gophers have won three in-a-row after beating Northwestern this past weekend...
Many dignitaries were on hand at Wieser Concrete in Maiden Rock Monday as the business held a ground breaking to announce it will expand at that location. According to Wieser officials, the addition will be a 20,000-square foot building, which will increase production efficiencies by allowing the incorporation of existing processes, such as rebar fabrication, utilization of concrete pumping systems and the extension of overhead cranes. Cost of the project will be $1.6 million, which includes building, equipment and utilities.
On September 26, Marge Binkowski was selected as the 2014 Social Worker of the Year by the Wisconsin Nursing Home Social Workers Association. Marge received this honor for exhibiting superior and outstanding dedication to the residents, families, and co-workers with whom she works. The Plum City Care Center staff submitted the following nomination in her honor: “We consider it a great honor to nominate Marge Binkowski for the WNHSWA Social Worker of the Year. Marge has dedicated over 27 years to long-term care; 18 of those years at the Plum City Care Center.