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  • Tornado Relief Radio-thon     IN AN EFFORT TO HELP OUT THE VICTIMS OF THIS WEEK’S TORNADO, MONDAY WE’LL BE RAISING MONEY WITH A TORNADO RELIEF RADIO-THON.  WE’LL START RAISING FUNDS FROM 6:30AM THROUGH THE EVENING ON MONDAY WITH DONATION DROP OFF LOCATIONS AT VARIOUS PLACES ACROSS BARRON AND RUSK COUNTIES. VICTIMS ARE ALREADY RECEIVING PLENTY OF FOOD AND CLOTHING DONATIONS, BUT MANY HAVE LOST EVERYTHING AND WILL NEED CASH TO START THE PROCESS OF BUYING EVERYTHING AGAIN!  AND THAT’S WHERE YOU CAN HELP!  TUNE IN ON MONDAY FOR LIVE REPORTS FROM MOSAIC TELECOM AS WE TRY TO RAISE $50,000 TO AID THE VICTIMS OF THIS WEEK’S TORNADO! DONATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED STARTING AT 8 AM ON ...
    Posted by Jenny Polzin
  • Turtle Lake Roundabout Meeting The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is holding a public meeting on the roundabout project in Turtle Lake at the Village Hall tonight from 530pm to 730 pm and anyone interested in the project is encouraged to attend. The project is intended to replace the intersections of US 8 and US 63 North and US 8 and Barron County Highway K with roundabouts. Construction is scheduled to begin in later this month and be completed by the end of October. US 8 will remain open at all times during construction with some local road closures. WisDOT representatives will be available at tonight’s meeting to discuss the project and answer questions.
    Posted May 16, 2017, 5:25 AM by Ryan Quinn
  • AAA Reminds Drivers To Prepare For Road Trips This summer, AAA expects to rescue 7 million American drivers, with the majority facing battery, lock and tire-related issues. In Wisconsin, AAA expects to rescue over a 63,000 motorists. These numbers could soar higher, with a AAA survey revealing that 4 out of 10 American drivers are unprepared for emergency breakdown situations. With three-quarters of family travelers planning to travel by car to their favorite vacation spot, AAA reminds drivers to take the necessary precautions to ensure they are well prepared for a safe road trip.  
    Posted May 15, 2017, 5:10 AM by Ryan Quinn
  • More Farm Equipment on Roads With spring planting underway motorists throughout Wisconsin will be encountering more and more agricultural equipment as farmers are out tending to the fields. As agricultural equipment is heavy and often slow-moving, there are special considerations that both the farming community and the traveling public should keep in mind to prevent crashes and damage to state infrastructure.
    Posted May 15, 2017, 5:07 AM by Ryan Quinn
  • Bloomer Man Seriously Injured in Car -Train Crash An elderly man was seriously injured over the weekend when his car hit a train near Bloomer.  The crash happened around 4pm Saturday at a rail crossing at 13th Avenue, located half-way between Main Street (Hwy. 40) and Martin Road in Bloomer. Bloomer police say the man suffered serious injuries and was transferred to an area hospital. Police are still looking into what caused the man to hit the train, but do not believe Alcohol was a factor in the crash. The driver was the only person in the vehicle.
    Posted May 15, 2017, 5:06 AM by Ryan Quinn
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