Lancaster’s Hometown, Heartfelt
Holiday celebration is this weekend.
Amy Bell-Kwallek with the Lancaster
Chamber of Commerce says it all
begins tomorrow (Friday (12/6)).
Also this weekend, kids can visit with
Santa Claus at the Grant County
A man from Waukesha who’s accused
of killing three retired farmers from
Wiota back in April, has pleaded guilty
to the crimes.
Thirty-one-year-old (31) Jaren Kuester
made the pleas yesterday (Wednesday)
in Lafayette County Court, after a judge
Cold weather at the start of the nine-day
gun deer hunting season is the big
reason why deer registration numbers are
down from this years’ gun-deer hunting
season in Wisconsin.
The City of Fennimore has received
three proposals from companies
interested in setting-up, installing
and providing the equipment for
automated meter reading for the
city’s electric and water utilities.
Public Safety officials for Dubuque County
and the City of Dubuque have announced
that Smart-9-1-1 (Smart911) is now available
for all residents of Dubuque County.
That makes it the first county in Iowa to
offer Smart911 service. It’s being funded… Continue reading →
One person is injured after a vehicle
crashed into an Amish buggy, last
Thursday evening, north of Fennimore.
Grant County authorities say 16-year-old
Barbie Stoltzfoos has been treated for
injuries at the Gunderson Boscobel
Area Hospital and Clinics. Barb was… Continue reading →
A man from Barneveld is facing his
fifth (5th) charge of drunk driving
after being arrested by Iowa County
authorities over the weekend.
According to the Iowa County Sheriff’s
Department, a deputy tried to make a
Unemployment levels in southwest
Wisconsin dropped in October,
although the decline wasn’t major.
In Grant County, the jobless rate
fell from 4.7% in September to 4.5%
In October of last year, the unemployment
The Lafayette County District Attorney’s
Office and the Lafayette County Sheriff’s
Department say no charges will be
filed in the death of Aaron Saalsaa of
Argyle back on March 31st.
According to Lafayette County Sheriff
Photographer Mark Hirsch has
given to us so many stories about
the Tri-States with his camera over
the years. First as a photo-journalist
with the Dubuque Telegraph Herald
he was able to present images of