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PdC Native, Antoine, Now An Olympian

The Olympic skeleton events will be held in a four-heat format over two days of racing. The men will compete Feb. 14-15.

Cast Iron Bell Stolen from PdC Wyalusing Academy Building

Prairie du Chien Police received a report that the bell was missing on Thursday. It may have been gone for a while and nobody noticed.

Two Men, Woman Arrested After Waukon Meth Lab Bust

Police say additional charges are pending on others that were present at the time of the search warrant.

Four People Charged After Boscobel Drug Overdose Death

This comes a year after the January 13, 2013 death of Jordan Faulkner, age 18 of Boscobel. An autopsy revealed that Jordan died of a Morphine overdose.

Whiteout Conditions Cause Travel Woes

Sheriff Nate Dreckman said the Grant County Highway Department is out in full force and has been unable to keep ahead of the wind driven snow. Travel was not advised throughout Grant County, especially on north/sound roads

Haydn Street Crossing Ordered to Close

The Haydn Street railroad crossing on the northern side of Prairie du Chien will be closed by March. The city learned of the decision by Commissioner of Railroads Jeffery T. Plale Monday morning.

Four Dead, Two Seriously Hurt in Highway 18 Crash

Four people died after a two-vehicle collision on Highway 18 near Clermont, Iowa on Friday morning.

Teens Injured After Car Goes Airborne Near Glen Haven

Two Dubuque teenagers were injured Friday morning after the vehicle they were in became airborne for over 100 feet before coming to rest in a creek.

Community-Wide Talent Show Returns to PdC

It’s been a long time since there was a community-wide talent show in Prairie du Chien…32 years, in fact.

Elkader Man Bail Jumping, After PdC Battery Charges

The Elkader man who was charged with assaulting a man at St. Gabriel’s Church and later a police officer in December has now been charged with felony bail jumping.