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Notes for the Week of 2/16

If you are looking for the status of snowmobile trails in Dunn County, check the Dunn County Snowmobile Association Facebook page or website.


C&J Candy Store and Scoop Shoppe announced a change in their hours. Tuesdays through Fridays they will now open at 12pm instead of 11am.


Kansas City Chiefs rookie linebacker Leo Chenal is from Grantsburg Wisconsin! He played three years with the Wisconsin Badgers and entered the draft after his junior year. In the Super Bowl he had six tackles and one sack.


If you or someone you know has a disability, be sure to check out the Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition's website. WDVC is a non-partisan effort to help ensure full participation in the entire electoral process of voters with disabilities, including registering to vote, casting a vote, and accessing polling places.


For more information on the Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates that will be on the ballot next week, take a look at this article posted on the WisCommunity website.


Here's a short video from last week's groundbreaking at Stepping Stones for the new homeless shelter.


The UW Stout women's basketball team clinched a share of the WIAC conference title. With a win over the UWEC Blugold's on Wednesday night, the Blue Devils share the title with UW Whitewater. This is the Blue Devil's first conference title since 2007. Here's a video with highlights of last night's game.


Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood will be performing their show Scared Scriptless at the Mabel Tainter on Saturday, March 4th. The first show is at 7pm and the second show is at 9:30pm. Tickets are $55 and can be purchased here. NOTE: there are only a few single tickets available for the 7pm show. Follow this link to hear their message for Menomonie!


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