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Pet of the Week: Marcus

Wednesday, October 21st, 2020 -- 11:48 am

-Marcus is this week's Pet of the Week from the Clark County Humane Society made possible by Badger Animal Clinic and Courteous Canine in Black River Falls. [ full story ]

Coronavirus Numbers for October 21st

Wednesday, October 21st, 2020 -- 9:53 am

-Taking a look at the updated coronavirus numbers from yesterday: [ full story ]

Stanley Police Department Releases Update on Missing 13-Year-Old

Wednesday, October 21st, 2020 -- 9:52 am

-The Stanley Police Department has an update on the missing 13-year-old. [ full story ]

Appeal Filed Against Judge's Order Putting Back in Place Limits on Wisconsin Bars and Restaurants

Wednesday, October 21st, 2020 -- 9:06 am

(AP) -An appeal has been filed to a judge’s order putting back in place limits on how many people can gather in Wisconsin bars, restaurants and other indoor venues. [ full story ]

Neillsville School Board Approves November Calendar and Operational Plan

Wednesday, October 21st, 2020 -- 9:04 am

-The Neillsville School Board discussed the November calendar and the operational plan at their meeting on Monday. [ full story ]

Wisconsin Residents Can Get Necessary ID for Voting from the DMV

Wednesday, October 21st, 2020 -- 8:07 am

-Wisconsin driver licenses or IDs are the most common forms of identification used for voting purposes. [ full story ]

Black River Area Chamber of Commerce Receives TRAVEL Stimulus Grant

Wednesday, October 21st, 2020 -- 8:06 am

-The Black River Area Chamber of Commerce received a $38,000 Tourism Relief to Accelerate Vitality and Economic Lift (TRAVEL) Stimulus Grant from the Department of Tourism. [ full story ]

Coronavirus Numbers for October 20th: 1,600 Wisconsin Lives Lost

Tuesday, October 20th, 2020 -- 11:38 am

-Taking a look at the updated coronavirus numbers from yesterday: [ full story ]

Due to Surge in Coronavirus Case, Clark County Health Department Seeing Delays in Contact Tracing

Tuesday, October 20th, 2020 -- 11:37 am

-Due to a surge in coronavirus cases in our area, the Clark County Health Department is having a difficult time completing contact tracing. [ full story ]

Wisconsin Judge Reimposed Order on 25% Capacity for Bars and Restaurants

Tuesday, October 20th, 2020 -- 11:35 am

(AP) -Wisconsin judge on Monday reimposed an order from Gov. Tony Evers’ administration limiting the number of people who can gather in bars, restaurants and other indoor places to 25% of capacity. [ full story ]

WRN Headlines

DHS reports new single day record for COVID-19 deaths

Wisconsin set another single day record for COVID-19 deaths on Wednesday. The state Department of Health Services reported 48 deaths due to coronavirus. There were also 4,205 new cases of COVID-19 reported, as DHS continued to process a backlog of data from a weekend outage of its reporting system. 48 more Wisconsinites have lost their […]

Elections Commission offers guidance on Outagamie County ballot misprints

The state Elections Commission has issued some guidance on how Outagamie County should deal with thousands of ballots that can’t be read by counting machines because of a printing error. This is commission chair, Dean Knudson “Personally, I’m more comfortable with them using a Sharpie to correct the printing defect than I am with a […]

DOJ ready to enforce voter intimidation laws as in person voting opens

Early voting is now underway across Wisconsin and the Department of Justice says it’s ready to protect voters. Attorney General Josh Kaul says they are going to be watching for voter intimidation during the next two weeks heading into election day.  “Somebody uses force or the threat of force to prevent somebody from voting? That’s […]

Still no patients at State Fair Park alternate care COVID-19 facility

Nearly a week after it opened, the state’s alternate care coronavirus facility at State Fair Park in the Milwaukee suburb of West Allis has yet to see its first patient. “We have yet to see a patient in the alternate care facility, and are in close contact with hospitals about the use of the facility, […]

State sets another record for COVID-19 hospitalizations

With the state setting another new daily record for hospitalized coronavirus patients, Governor Tony Evers is again urging people to avoid gatherings and stay home. “We know that gatherings are exactly what we need to be avoiding at this time,” Evers said during a Tuesday media briefing. “Large and small, we know that they can […]