A Portage man was arrested downtown early Saturday morning accused of attacking a bartender outside for a smoke break and later threatening officers as he was taken into custody.Shawn Tobie, 27, appeared in Columbia County Circuit Court on Monday charged with one count of misdemeanor battery, one count of misdemeanor disorderly conduct and two counts of felony threatening a police officer.The incident began when two Portage officers responded to a call of a situation near the Cottonwood Bar...
A call about a stolen bag of chips on Thursday night led Portage police officers to finding a hollowed-out TV, a gun and arresting four people on their way to Washington.At about 7:30 p.m. police were called to the Portage Walgreens, where a suspect who appeared to be intoxicated had stolen a bag of chips.
Students at Pardeeville High School made were awash in blue Friday afternoon, some with face paint and some with costumes that would only later become clear where they fit in, everyone taking a half-day for an early homecoming game.“We’ll start around 12:45 p.m. and there are some inside pep rally things to do like skits and cheers and then we’ll be moving outside for the mattress races and the egg toss and water games and things like that and then the parade at 2:40 p.m.,” said Principal...
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Selecting a term
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