After four days of hearing the trial and more than 13 hours of deliberation, a 12-person jury was unable to reach a decision Friday in the trial of Harley R. Est, which was ruled a mistrial by Judge Anna L Becker.
Every other Friday, Judy Sheppard and Deb DeGroot grab lunch. Not for themselves, but for 14-20 of the individuals that participate in the home-delivered meals program in Jackson County.
Jackson County officials and employees addressed four legislators Friday during a legislative breakfast to discuss budget and access concerns related to the mental health and substance abuse problems plaguing the county.
Club 95 in Hixton has new owners, a new purpose and a new name. Candace and Charles Taylor opened an antique store called The Peddlers Wife, LLC Saturday, May 27 in the old location of Club 95.
Looking at the heat sheet for the WIAA Division 3 boys 800-meter relay, some may have overlooked Melrose-Mindoro based purely on seed time.
The 12-person jury trial for Harley Est started this week with Est being charged with first degree reckless homicide in relation to the death of Vernell Pugh in 2015.
The Blair-Taylor Wildcats traveled to Wisconsin Rapids to take on the number one division five and undefeated Assumption Royals in a sectional semifinal.
The Jackson County produce map has been produced by Jackson County UW-Extension since 2010 in print form, but new this year it will be available in an interactive version.
Wade Stubrud can still remember his dad, Claron, sitting at their dining room table mapping out the farm when he was younger. Little did Claron know, more than 45 years later his farm would still be standing just as he pictured it with his son at the helm.
The Jackson and Clark county Highway Departments have decided to move forward with posting a joint highway commissioner position to replace retiring commissioner Randy Anderson.
Friends Sharing Food plans to move the Jackson County Food Pantry in Taylor to Black River Falls in an effort to make the program more accessible for all of those in need across Jackson County.
Local governments and private nonprofit agencies that sustained damage during the Sept. 21-22 flooding in Western Wisconsin are encouraged to attend briefings this week to learn about applying for federal disaster assistance.