The Wisconsin Supreme Court granted an emergency injunction against Gov. Tony Evers' order to suspend in-person voting on Tuesday, April 7, meaning the election will proceed on April 7.
The governor's order to suspend in-person voting on Tuesday, April 7, is being challenged by Wisconsin legislative leaders—Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, and Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, R-Juneau—said they called on local municipal clerks to proceed with the election on…
In-person voting has been suspended by Gov. Tony Evers, with an executive order from the governor a day before polls were set to open on Tuesday, April 7.
Two more cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Barron County, bringing the total to three as of Friday morning, April 3, according to Barron County Public Health.
It is not known where Barron County's first confirmed case of COVID-19 might have picked up the illness, said Barron County Public health on Thursday afternoon, April 2, meaning community spread is likely in the county.
With the Safer at Home order, essential businesses that remain open are encouraged to practice social distancing by maintaining 6 feet between customers and staff wherever possible. Stores have marked 6-foot spaces in checkout lines, hand sanitizer is common on top of store counters and a fe…
A person who lives and works in Barron County has tested positive for COVID-19, said the Barron County Public Health Department on Wednesday morning, April 1.
Those passing through Chetek (with essential travel, of course) or residents out for a walk this week might be lucky enough to catch Dylan Martinson, of Chetek, playing at Main Street Park. He asked City Hall and they gave him the okay to do so. It’s been something to do, he said, now that h…
- Police ask for compliance with travel bans
- Two more cases confirmed in Barron County
- First confirmed case of COVID-19 in Barron County
- Source of infection not known for county's first coronavirus case
- Fourth confirmed COVID-19 case in Barron County announced
- Local musician out of gigs still finds way to perform
- Returning owners to Barron County should Self-Quarantine
- Chetek woman charged with third OWI
- Court blocks Evers' order; election to proceed on April 7
- Businesses find new ways to maintain social distancing
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