The Grant County Sheriff’s Department
participated for the first-time ever in
the National, Prescription Drug Take Back
program on Saturday.
The Sheriff’s Department sponsored
drug “take back” sites in four, rural
locations in the county.
The Lancaster Municipal Airport
needs to be improved.
That’s according to Lancaster City
Administrator Steve Winger.
Winger says the city will be meeting
with two landowners near the airport
about acquring property, so the runway
The man from East Dubuque accused
of killing his step-daughter has pled
guilty in Jo Davies County Court to all
charges against him in connection with
Thursday was scheduled to be a status
hearing, but instead 41-year-old Terry… Continue reading →
A former Chancellor at the UW-Platteville
has passed away. A university spokesman
says William Chmurny died October 16th
at his home in San Marcos, California.
He was 72. A private burial service for
Businesses in the historic Wright Block
in downtown Lancaster have been open
for several weeks, but the Lancaster
Chamber of Commerce held the official
ribbon-cutting ceremony for the building
on Thursday (10/24).
The community has changed its’
opinion about the Lancaster Municipal
Golf Course and Country Club, and is
talking about it again with great pride.
That’s what Golf Course Manager
John Blanke told the Lancaster Common… Continue reading →
A man from rural Gays Mills has died
from injuries he sustained in a traffic
crash on Sunday afternoon in Crawford
County. Authorities say 86-year-old
Gene (Jake) Lomas died at a hospital in
Madison. He had been taken by med-flight… Continue reading →
The City of Platteville has received
a Community Development Block Grant
to begin the development of what’s
called the “Library Block” in Platteville.
The $500,000 grant will help acquire
property and start demolition of those
properties next year. Platteville City… Continue reading →
If it isn’t broke, don’t fix it.
The message from business owners
on the courthouse square in downtown
Lancaster to the city’s common council
on Monday night, at a public hearing
concerning traffic flow on the square.
Traffic flow on the Courthouse Square
in downtown Lancaster is the topic of a
public hearing last night before the
monthly meeting of the Lancaster
Common Council. The city held the
public hearing in anticipation of