Funding has been approved for the final design for
fixing the runway at the Lancaster Municipal Airport.
Just under $150,000 has been allocated for the
design work. The majority of the money comes from
the Federal Government ($138,000). The runway… Continue reading →
The $900,000 repair project to the Julien Dubuque bridge
has been completed. According to the Iowa Department of
Transportation, the project was completed this weekend about
four-days ahead of schedule. The bridge has reopened to traffic.
Hundreds of dollars in merchandise has been recovered by police after they arrested two women and a man from Beloit, who are linked to a retail theft investigation. According to Darlington Police Chief Jason King, police were called around 1:30… Continue reading →
Worker training is the reason Southwest Tech in Fennimore has
received a $900,000 grant from the State of Wisconsin.
Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch was in Fennimore
Thursday to make the grant presentation. The focus is to
get more workers in… Continue reading →
Platteville says thanks to its’ volunteers Thursday (7/24) evening with the annual “Party in the Park” at City Park downtown. But this year it was also a special recognition for all the volunteers who helped after the two tornadoes hit… Continue reading →
A declining enrollment has the Potosi School District looking at changes in bus routes and bus stops for students in the district. District Administrator Ron Saari says the Potosi School Board asked him to the study the issue after seeing… Continue reading →
While the financing of the library project in Lancaster has
drawn a lot of attention, the city’s common council has
also approved a financing package for several street projects.
The common council has approved issuing water system revenue
bonds for… Continue reading →
It looks like residents of the Platteville School District would support building renovations to school facilities in the district. At least that’s what the results of the recent Facilities Study Survey shows. It was conducted by the Platteville School… Continue reading →
The Lancaster Common Council has passed a resolution, that commits the city to a financing package for the Schreiner Memorial Library building and renovation project. On a 4-to-2 vote, the council has authorized just under $1.6-million in general obligation bonds… Continue reading →