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Colfax grants conditional use permit for gunsmith

By LeAnn R. Ralph COLFAX  —  The Colfax Zoning Board of Appeals has granted a conditional use permit to allow guns to be repaired at a Dunn Street residence. George Richards, who currently holds a federal firearms license which allows him to repair guns at 604 Main Street in Colfax, requested the conditional use to…

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Plea deal reached for Colfax woman accused in hit-and-run accident

By LeAnn R. Ralph MENOMONIE — A plea deal reportedly has been reached for a 37-year-old Colfax woman accused in the hit-and-run accident involving the owner of Mom’s Restaurant and Pub, Linda Salazar. Jami A. Golden appeared in Dunn County Circuit Court with her attorney, Christopher R. Bub, for a pre-trial hearing before Judge Rod…

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EIS not needed for $15 million gas pipeline in northern Dunn County

By LeAnn R. Ralph MADISON  —  An environmental analyst with the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin has determined an Environmental Impact Statement is not needed for a proposed $15 million natural gas pipeline in northern Dunn County. Wisconsin Gas LLC, doing business as WE Energies, has applied to the PSC for approval to construct a…

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Rep. Summerfield hopes to increase nursing home reimbursement

By LeAnn R. Ralph COLFAX  —  Rep. Rob Summerfield says he hopes the state Legislature can find a way to increase Medicaid reimbursement rates for nursing homes. Rep. Summerfield (R-Bloomer), the representative for the state’s 67th Assembly District, met with residents and staff at the Colfax Health and Rehabilitation Center February 27.

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Still no word on Marshfield Clinic

By LeAnn R. Ralph COLFAX  —  Colfax still does not know whether Marshfield Clinic plans to open a facility in the former Mayo Clinic location on High Street. Lynn Niggemann, village administrator-clerk-treasurer, reported to the Colfax Village Board at the February 27 meeting that she had e-mailed Scott Polenz to find out if the Marshfield…

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