New ideas being bounced around to pay for state's infrastructure
Rangers go from playing on basically dirt to new field turf
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A community Christmas tree was stolen from the village park in the Village of Readstown a few weeks ago. At the time of the theft, the decorated Christmas tree was sitting in a village gazebo at the park in the business area of Readstown.
The tree stand was also damaged. A note left at the scene of the theft stated, “The Grinch was here.”
On Friday, 19 year old Jerry Wilder Jr. of Readstown, was hauled in by the Vernon County Sheriff Office and confessed to stealing the Christmas tree. Charges on Jerry Wilder Jr. will be referred to the Vernon County District Attorney Office.
The case is still under investigation by the Vernon County Sheriff Office and the Readstown Police Department.
Police say a food elevator at a Fountain City restaurant where a college student was found dead was functioning properly. Fountain City Police Chief Jason Mork says that the elevator system at WingDam Saloon and Grill was not damaged in Monday's incident that left Brooke Baures dead.
Mork says he and state elevator inspectors tested the food elevator's speed, electrical system and motor. Mork says in his view, `the food elevator functioned as it was designed to.'
The 21 year old Baures was found in the food elevator Monday. She was a senior and a gymnast at Winona State University. Her death is still being investigated. Mork plans to meet with Baures' family before disclosing autopsy results to the public.
A head-on collision this morning in the Galesville area...
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