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A pact about cellular equipment on the local water tower received attention from the Spring Valley Village Board earlier this month.
Wisconsin doctors say the nasal flu spray is actually much more effective than the flu shot for children age two-to-eight.
A Clark County man says he was insane when he tried to “skin (his) dog alive.” Sixty-five-year-old Charles Weissmiller is charged with one felony count of mistreatment of animals. He entered his insanity plea Tuesday as he made a Trempealeau County Court appearance. No trial date has been set. Weissmiller’s dog named Sammy was taken to a veterinary clinic in Owen May 15th. Some of Sammy’s fur and flesh was missing. Weissmiller says he wanted to kill his dog b
MINNEAPOLIS -- Minnesota's Chris Parmelee plated two runs and scored as the Twins doubled up the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-3 in the middle of a three-game set at Target Field last...
The Milwaukee bats remained silent in a 3-1 loss in Cincinnati.
DURAND - An illness outbreak which sickened half the football team at Durand High School has infected other students as well. According to various news reports, at least 54 students at DHS had reported sick Monday. The outbreak forced the cancellation of the resumption of the football game between Durand and Baldwin-Woodville Monday evening (the orginial contest Friday was suspended at halftime due to lightning). It also cancelled a volleyball match scheduled between Amery and Durand Tuesday evening. The Durand football team's contest vs.
DURAND - The remainder of the Durand/Baldwin-Woodville high school football game which was scheduled to finish this evening has been canceled. The decision to cancel the second half of the ballgame (Durand led 10-0 at halftime) was based on the recommendation of the Pepin County Health Department made earlier today. According to WRDN AM 1460, half the members of the Durand football team reportedly came down with flu-like symptoms over the weekend.
A township supervisor in southern Minnesota faces a felony charge for allegedly burning ballots after an election in March, according to a complaint filed Tuesday in Goodhue County District Court.
Playboy magazine reports the University of Wisconsin-Madison ranks second among the nation’s “party schools.”