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Platteville Police alert public about fake money

Police in Platteville, Wisconsin are on the lookout for counterfeit dollar bills. They say multiple small businesses in town were victims of fake money, during the past three weeks. Some were fast food restaurants. The fake money was also used at the Platteville Dairy Days festival. "$10, $20, and

WKOW.COM - 2017-09-20 00:52:00

MPD: Police search for suspect following possible shots fired

MADISON, Wis. - Madison police are at attempting to locate a suspect after a shots fired incident on the 3500 block of East Washington Avenue Tuesday morning. Officers say around 1:20 a.m., shots were heard near Visions Night Club, while a black man who appeared to hold a gun was seen running from t

CHANNEL 3000 - 2017-09-19 11:54:43

YWCA Clinton hires new youth program coordinator

CLINTON - YWCA Clinton has announced the recent addition of a new head of programming. Colin Larson has joined the YWCA Youth Department as the new youth program coordinator. Larson earned a degree in sport and recreation management from the University of Iowa. His experience working with youths inc

CLINTON HERALD - 2017-09-20 17:34:06

Lena-Winslow Class of 1967 holds 50th anniversary

LENA - The Lena-Winslow Class of 1967 held its 50th anniversary reunion Sept. 9 at The Rafters Restaurant Catering & Events. Forty-two classmates attended, journeying from states including Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado and Texas. Attendees were greeted by the front entrance with a classic 1967 turquoi

FREEPORT JOURNAL STANDARD - 2017-09-18 23:00:00

American Red Cross to hold blood donation opportunity

LENA - The American Red Cross will hold a blood donation opportunity from 1 to 5:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at the Lena American Legion Hall, 316 Main St. Hurricane Irma has forced the cancellation of dozens of Red Cross blood drives in the southeast, resulting in more than 2,100 uncollected blood and platele

FREEPORT JOURNAL STANDARD - 2017-09-19 19:00:00

Health & Wellness: Free classes, events, support groups

FITNESS AREA FIT CLUB, 9 a.m. weekdays, River City Apartments Community Room, 860 Clark St., Marseilles, Heidi, 815-343-6976. FOREVER FIT, 11:15 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Walsh Park, Bellevue Ave., Ottawa, 815-431-8034. GROUP EXERCISE, 9:45 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Fox Valley Older A

OTTAWA TIMES - 2017-09-18 23:47:12

Photos: Cap Times Idea Fest, Day 1

Hundreds of people gathered at three venues on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus on Saturday for the first day of the inaugural Cap Times Idea Fest. Topics of discussion included the economy, equity, education, politics, culture, journalism and sports. Photographers Michelle Stocker and Ben

MADISON - 2017-09-18 02:40:00

U of I Extension to offer radon workshop

FREEPORT - The University of Illinois Extension-Stephenson County will offer a radon workshop at 6 p.m. Oct. 10 in the Community Services Building of Highland Community College, 2998 W Pearl City Road. Program participants will learn what radon is and how it enters a home, the danger radon poses, an

FREEPORT JOURNAL STANDARD - 2017-09-19 23:00:00

Animal rescue shelter in Dubuque County to close

"The county has no place to go with their animals, if we don't take them, there's no place for 'em," said Vicky Ruefer, director or Whispurring Hope Animal Rescue. The animal shelter in Dyersville is soon closing its doors because the bills are stacking up. Besides occasional donations, Ruefer and

KWWL - 2017-09-19 02:01:00

Pearl City Elementary students handle hypothetical alligators

PEARL CITY - Fifth-graders at Pearl City Elementary School recently worked in groups to come up with solutions to a hypothetical alligator on home property. The students were tasked with contemplating what harm the alligator may cause the homeowner and how to solve the issue. Students also worked to

FREEPORT JOURNAL STANDARD - 2017-09-18 18:30:00

Mt. Ashland sees first snow flakes

Medford, Or.- While much of the Rogue Valley is seeing rain in their forecast, 7,500 feet up above there's snow. "First flakes of the 2017 and 2018 season have arrive," Hiram Towle, general manager at Mt. Ashland said. The snow is a welcome sign for many working up at Mt. Ashland. "I was taking sna

KOBI5.COM - 2017-09-20 13:17:50

Snow doesn't stop Mt. Ashland renovations

Mt. Ashland saw a little snow this morning, but that didn't stop crews from working on the latest ski lodge renovations. The general manager of Mt. Ashland, Hiram Towle says, construction is starting to look complete. Today, crews are putting on a metal roof to the new sections of the lodge and a lo

KTVL - 2017-09-19 18:32:58

Salmon bake a first for the Rotary Club of Ashland

Ashland, Ore.- There might be smoke in the air still, but some of it didn't come from the wildfires. The Rotary Club of Ashland held their first tribal-style salmon bake this afternoon at Grizzly Peak Winery. Organizers say it's a way to support projects the club is involved in. Those include a wate

KOBI5.COM - 2017-09-18 01:29:21

Snow falls, fires subside across Southern Oregon

Snow dusted Mount Ashland while a bit more fell on parts of Crater Lake overnight as light rain continued to wet the lower valleys and further calm area wildfires. "And so it begins. The first flakes of the season!" a Mt. Ashland Ski Area Facebook post says, complete with an early morning photo of d

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2017-09-19 22:19:24

Check out the 'amphibious fire engine'

The Southern Oregon Historical Society on Saturday will show off restoration work being done on the so-called amphibious fire engine, which was pulled from Ashland Creek after plunging in the water when a bridge collapsed in a 1948 flood. Ashland's storied 1946 fire engine, which is being brought ba

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2017-09-19 23:53:19

This 'Baskerville' is much more than elementary

In "Baskerville," Ken Ludwig's hilarious pastiche of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Hound of the Baskervilles," the game is afoot in a fast-paced, supremely satisfying and entertaining production at Oregon Cabaret Theatre that defies the limits of time and stage space. "The Hound of the Baskervilles"

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2017-09-19 22:54:26

Jeffrey Bernard sculpted a life filled with art and fun

Sculptor Jeffrey Bernard is remembered as a major contributor to Ashland's art and history over the past four decades, with much fanfare for his restoration of Lithia Park's Perozzi Fountain and the Abraham Lincoln statue. After a short decline, Bernard, 69, died on Aug. 20 of amyotrophic lateral sc

MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE - 2017-09-19 01:34:01

Police looking for missing teen

Jonathan Johnson, a.k.a Steve Swift Talent, Ore. - Police need your help finding a missing teen who is believed to be in danger. Medford Police said 16-year-old Jonathan Johnson, also known as Steve Swift, went missing from Kamerin Springs Road in Talent on September 16. The Talent Police Department

KOBI5.COM - 2017-09-19 17:48:29

Talent PD looking for possibly endangered missing boy

Jonathan Johnson, who also goes by Steve Swift was reported missing on Saturday, Sept. 16th. (Courtesy: Medford Police Department) Talent, Ore. - Jonathan Johnson, who also goes by Steve Swift, went missing from Kamerin Springs Road on Saturday. Talent Police believe Johnson may be in danger based o

KTVL - 2017-09-19 10:47:37

New Phoenix City Manager hoping to bring stability to position

Phoenix, Ore. - Phoenix City Manager Eric Swanson says he's hoping to bring stability to the city manager position. He's the former city manager of Medford and recently came back to the Rogue Valley. Swanson says his first day was fun and very busy. He says he wants to get out into the community to

KOBI5.COM - 2017-09-19 06:48:49