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Freight Train Derails Near Hatfield

(3/17/13) A Canadian National Freight Train derailed early Saturday evening near Hatfield.  The freight train, carry cars loaded with sand, derailed on the Jackson/Clark County line at the County Highway "K" Crossing. Ther were no injuries and no hazardous materials were involved. The Clark County Sheriff's Department, Clark County Emergency Government and Officials from Canadian National Railroad were on the scene.  The Investigatin continues. 

 

Sunday State News and Sports

(3/17/13)

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Adams County Marine Shoots Girlfriend

(3/16/13) An Adams County man tells investigators he served with the Marines in Afghanistan and, when he woke up and saw a person in the shadows, he said he thought somebody was attacking his girlfriend.

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Unemployment Benefits to Shrink

(3/16/13) Automatic federal budget cuts means Wisconsin residents who get unemployment benefits will see those checks shrink by 11 percent.

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Jackson County Board of Supervisors Regular Session Agenda on March 18th

(3/14/13)

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Clark County Trails Open--For Now

3-14-13

Officials say all Clark County Snowmobile trails are open at this time and snowmobile trails will remain open and be evaluated each day as conditions change.

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Ag Department and Clark County Farmer Reach Settlement

3-14-13

The state Agriculture Department has reached a settlement with a Clark County farmer accused of slaughtering livestock without a license.

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Forestry and Parks Committee Minutes

 (3/13/13)

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Deputy Home After Squad Car Hit By La Crosse Woman

3-13-13

A sheriff’s deputy is home from the hospital, after a vehicle slammed into his squad car on a snowy freeway in southern Wisconsin.

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Local Farmer Supports Monroe County Through America’s Farmers Grow Communities

(3/12/13)  Kendall Volunteer Fire Department (KVFD) and Kendall Rural Routers 4-H Club will now be able to better serve the community, thanks to the support of local farmers, Ken and Mary Cook, and America's Farmers Grow Communities.

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