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Officials ID semi passenger killed after truck plunged over Mirror Lake bridge

WISCONSIN DELLS, Wis. - The woman who was one of two people killed after a semi plunged off a bridge into a Sauk County lake has been identified. The Wisconsin State Patrol said the body of 24-year-old Devenna Patterson, of Elizabethtown, Kentucky, was pulled from Mirror Lake in Wisconsin Dells near

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Five deer killed in Reedsburg deer management plan

Five deer have been killed as a part of Reedsburg's urban deer management plan. Along with city documents showing four adult deer were killed in the last month as a part of the Reedsburg’s urban deer management plan Parks and Recreation Director Matt Scott said one additional deer was killed from a

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Reedsburg committee approves arts display for festival

After the success of last years Polychrome Walleye art structure during the Reedikulus Arts Crawl ArtsLink is planning another hands on design at City Park for the public to participate in at this years festival.

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Dodge County homicide suspect sentenced in separate Sauk County cases

A man charged with first-degree homicide in the fatal shooting of a Beaver Dam man was sentenced to prison Friday in two separate Sauk County cases. During a hearing in Baraboo, Sauk County Circuit Court Judge Wendy Klicko revoked the probation of Nigel R. Schultz, 20, of Milwaukee, who was convicte

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Reedsburg active shooter training cancelled due to anticipated ice storm

SAUK COUNTY, Wis. (WMTV) -- The ALICE & Stop the Bleed training Sauk County Emergency Management and local agencies had scheduled at South School in Reedsburg Saturday has been cancelled due to an anticipated ice storm.

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WIAA girls basketball: McKenna Warnock's big second half leads MG past Portage

When Monona Grove senior McKenna Warnock ran into minor first-half foul trouble Friday night, it created an opening for the Portage girls basketball team. But Warnock slammed that door shut in the second half, scoring 27 points in a 40-point outing that turned a three-point halftime deficit into an

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NOTICE: Blizzard Warning posted for part of west central Wisconsin; heavy snow Saturday night, strong winds Sunday

1 to 2 inches of snow fell on west central Wisconsin late Friday night through early Saturday morning. A second, much larger round of snow is expected Saturday evening through a large part of Sunday. In addition to several inches of snow, travel conditions will be dangerous in a large part of the ar

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Reedsburg’s Prairie Ridge school on track for completion

Construction of Prairie Ridge Intermediate School is on track for its scheduled Aug. 30 completion date, according to Kraemer Brothers Project Manager Sheley Scallon. The structure of the building — the roof and exterior walls — is about 90 percent complete. Concrete floors and block walls have been

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Wicked winter storm to hit Wisconsin this weekend. See what's in store

If the kitchen sink was a weather thing, it most likely would be thrown at Wisconsin this weekend. Ice, snow, freezing rain, sleet and just plain rain are forecast for southern Wisconsin starting early Saturday morning, with consequential flooding possible from all the precipitation.

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Lost Reedsburg presentation at the Library

If names like the Kleeber Ford Garage, Reedsburg Woolen Mill or The Big Store bring to mind recollections of certain buildings, you’ve probably lived in Reedsburg for thirty years or more. If you don’t know where these places were, or what they looked like, you can find out at 6 p.m. Feb. 28, when P

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No reprimand for Sauk County Board member caught shoplifting

The Sauk County Board decided Tuesday not to reprimand one of its members who was caught shoplifting last month, saying his public and private apologies were sufficient. The board voted 17-7 against a resolution that would have acknowledged Supervisor Wally Czuprynko's apologies, but also declared t

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Winter weather advisory for all of SE Wisconsin from 6 a.m. to noon Saturday

SOUTHEAST WISCONSIN — The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for all of southeast Wisconsin from 6 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Feb. 23. A winter weather advisory means that periods of snow, sleet or freezing rain will cause travel difficulties. Expect slippery roads and limi

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Wisconsin woman accused of attacking husband with SUV

OCONTO FALLS, Wis. (AP) — An Oconto Falls woman is accused of running down her husband with a sport utility vehicle on Christmas Eve. Authorities allege 36-year-old Sarah Colson and her husband argued while driving home from a family gathering and he got out of the vehicle to walk home. She allegedl

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Wisconsin farmer creates ‘Moo Muffs’ — fashion and function for calves 🐮

LONE ROCK, Wis. — A cold-weather product created in Wisconsin is getting national attention. Holly Poad and her aunt are the creators of “Moo Muffs.” They came up with the idea for them after losing their barn in a fire. They include water-repellent material and fully adjustable straps.

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Here is the latest Wisconsin news from The Associated Press at 3:40 a.m. CST

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers is siding with groups seeking repeal of laws weakening his powers that were passed by the Republican-controlled Legislature during a December lame-duck session. Evers notified a Dane County judge Friday that he would not defend the laws and instead woul

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PREP WRESTLING: All four Baraboo wrestlers move on to day two of state

The Baraboo High School wrestling team hasn't had a night like Thursday in a long time. The Thunderbirds sent three wrestlers — Tyson Fry, Brandon Jesse and Joe Schick — to the WIAA Division 1 state quarterfinals during day one of the three-day meet at the Kohl Center in Madison. Carlos Chavez will

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Michigan or Wisconsin: Which is the TRUE “Mitten” State?

What's all this stuff about Wisconsin calling itself the "Real" Mitten State? This has been going on for quite a number of years. In 2011, the Wisconsin Dept. of Tourism used an image of (what looks like) a mangled mitten to resemble their state. Well, I hate to burst any Wisconsin cheese bubbles, b

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Cold case detectives charge Florida man with murder in wife’s 1979 disappearance in Wisconsin

A mother of two who disappeared 40 years ago was murdered by her husband, Wisconsin cold case detectives said this week. Muskego Police charged John Bayerl, 78, of Fort Meyers, Fla., with first-degree murder in the death of 38-year-old Dona Mae Bayerl on May 6, 1979. Her body has not been found. Bay

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2019 Wisconsin State Hunting Expo

ASHWAUBENON, Wis. (WFRV) - This weekend is the 2019 Wisconsin State Hunting Expo at Shopko Hall in Green Bay. Outfitters from Canada, Montana, Colorado, Idaho, Wyoming, South Dakota, Kansas and New Mexico will be showing off their gear and if you're looking to book a trip, international outfitters f

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Northeast Wisconsin natives up for Oscars this Sunday

(WBAY) - Northeast Wisconsin natives are up for the most prestigious award in entertainment--the Oscar. Appleton native Willem Dafoe is nominated for Best Actor for his role as Vincent van Gogh in "At Eternity's Gate."

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