A rural Cuba City man has died after a farming accident Friday afternoon. The Lafayette County Sheriff’s Office says Amos King, age 22, was pronounced dead at an Amish farm in Elk Grove Township along Mine Road. A preliminary investigation… Continue reading →
The Southwest Tech Shooting Team and the Blue Line Club recently made a donation to the new Law Enforcement Honor Guard of Grant County. Similar to the Military Honor Guard, this Honor Guard was created to honor those law enforcement… Continue reading →
Channel 3000 is reporting:
The cause of an explosion and fire at a La Crosse fuel plant is under investigation.
Fire officials say one person who was injured in the blast at Midwest Fuels Wednesday is out of the… Continue reading →
The U-S-D-A said yesterday that the Badger State’s milk production rose by two-point-four percent last month, compared to the same time a year ago. Each cow’s average output rose by 45 pounds to 18-hundred-40. It was the first… Continue reading →
Fire-fighters in La Crosse have contained a blaze at a fuel-and-asphalt plant. Officials said it started with an explosion at Midwest Fuels, which could be heard for miles around. An above-ground tank, which contained about 70-percent asphalt and 30-percent diesel… Continue reading →
18 year old Gavin Gremmel of Dubuque was a passenger in a car traveling east-bound on the Julien Dubuque bridge around 2:45 am Monday morning 11/18. The car crossed the center line and collided head on with a west-bound semi-tractor… Continue reading →
Platteville Common Council members voted unanimously on Tuesday night to approve financial assistance for a $5 million, multi-family housing project that would be located on the city’s north side.
Pioneer Property Management wants to build a 30- to 34-unit facility… Continue reading →
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey today highlighted the Farm to Food Donation Tax Credit and encouraged eligible farmers to consider applying. Iowa farmers who donate self-produced food commodities to food banks and food pantries can now qualify for… Continue reading →
A mental health expert testified today 11/12 that 12-year-old Morgan Geyser is able to stand trial for the Slender Man stabbings. Judge Michael Bohren had ordered Geyser to undergo mental health treatment in August, after a psychologist testified the… Continue reading →
The Platteville School District continues to review a $17-million dollar building renovation referendum plan – and, next month, staff and parents will get a look at the project. Platteville Superintendent Connie Valenza has scheduled staff information sessions in early December… Continue reading →