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Local Resident Runs to Remember

(5/29/12)  Black River Memorial Hospice announced today that Ione Olson will be participating in the Chicago Marathon in Chicago, IL on October 7, 2012 as part of the National Hospice Foundation’s Run to Remember program.

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Floods Possible in Buffalo County

5-29-12

Heavy downpours in northern Wisconsin and Minnesota during the past week have created the risk of flooding downstream on the Mississippi River.

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Sunday's State News

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Give Red, Earn Green Collects 170+ Units

 (5/25/12) Organizers of the first annual "Give Red, Earn Green" two-day blood drive in Tomah are describing the event as a success.

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More Charges Filed Against La Crosse Man

(5/25/12) Six new charges have been filed against a La Crosse man accused of stealing a camcorder, and recording a video in which he gave his name and said the police would never catch him.

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BRMH and Community Certify 65 Area Babysitters

(5/24/12) Black River Memorial Hospital (BRMH) hosted their annual Babysitting Clinic on May 12, 2012 at the Black River Falls Middle School.

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Barrett Stumps in BRF

5-24-12

Milwaukee Mayor and gubernatorial candidate Tom Barrett made a stop in Black River Falls Wednesday while on the campaign trail.

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La Crosse Man Caught Stealing Video Camera

(5/23/12) A 20-year-old La Crosse man is due in court this afternoon, after he allegedly stole a video camera from a car, and gave his name while making a recording with it.

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Over Two Million Awarded- Tomah Incident

(5/23/12) A man and his attorneys will get over two-million-dollars, after he became permanently disabled while getting poisoned in a recreational vehicle in Wisconsin. 60-year-old Larry Brenke of Riga Michigan is getting payments from four companies which settled a lawsuit connected with his R-V trip to Tomah in 2009.

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Dairy Reproduction Training

(5/22/12) Sex, Drugs and Reproduction will be the topics of discussion for dairy farm employees who want to improve their skills related to dairy cow reproduction. 

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