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From left, Curtie Harrison, president and founder of Curtie Cares, accepts a check from Brian Yohnk, administrator of the Bloomer Moose Lodge for the profits of the Fish Fry on Friday, Oct. 2, in the amount of $409.35. This generous donation will help offset the expense of providing FREE tra…

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Pictured is Matt Schley representing Security Financial Bank presenting a check for $500.00 to Kerri Michels president of the Bloomer Saddle Club for the renovation project at the Bloomer Community Fairgrounds Horse Arena.

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SARS-CoV-2 virus was virtually unknown when it hit in early 2020. COVID-19, as the disease is known, now has more than 60,000 National Library of Medicine citations, as the internet disseminates information at the speed of light. Recently President Trump was treated early for COVID-19, with …

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The Sheriff's Office responded to a report of a vehicle vs. pedestrian crash with injury and one person unresponsive. A Gibson’s Water Care box truck that was westbound on STH 64 struck a female pedestrian on a curve in the roadway. The pedestrian was transported by ambulance to Mayo Bloomer…

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The Chippewa County Health and Human Services Board will be discussing a proposed ordinance to outline the duties and authority of the Chippewa County Health Officer—including the authority to issue public health orders and to issue citations pursuant to the ordinance—at its meeting on Thurs…

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Under Wisconsin law, school bus drivers are required to turn on flashing amber warning lights at least 300 feet before stopping in a 45 mile per hour or greater speed zone or at least 100 feet before stopping in a less than 45 mile per hour speed zone. The amber lights will stay on, top phot…

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This month I would like to take this opportunity to address traffic in the City of Bloomer, particularly the increased traffic that accompanies the start of the school year. With school starting September 1st and the extra challenges brought due to Covid-19, I anticipate seeing a lot more tr…