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National Affairs is the online version of Rosemary's column for 'The Blair Press' (Gerald and Elizabeth Hjornevik - Publishers), the official newspaper of Trempealeau and Jackson Counties, published weekly, except for one week in January and one week in July and during the Blair Cheese Fest. Subscription rates per year: Trempealeau & Jackson Counties $20, Outside Counties in Wisconsin $22, Other State & Foreign Countries $26. The Blair Press - "The Only Paper In The World That Cares Two Whoops For Blair, Wisconsin." 109 North Gilbert Street, Blair, WI 54616


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"October and pumpkin time begins! We will look for the fall colors to appear, already the maples are showing lots of red and yellow in the low areas.I know you will take time to enjoy the beauty of our October scene. There's nothing else like it. Dull November will follow soon enough. I know that deer hunters don't call it dull, but it's my least favorite month of the year. Election Day will add some excitement this time around.

And now we have the bright yellow center lines on our County P black top and shoulders and built up with new gravel. All for safer travel, thank you!

Laura Nelson of Grand View Care Center is spending a few days at Whitehall Hospital with pneumonia. Love and good wishes to you, Laura.

Sunshine Homemakers enjoyed a very nice outing together on Wednesday, going to Cain's Orchard. The weather and scenery was perfect and we all came home with apples and other treats.

Jim and Arabelle Kniseley attended his 50th class reunion of Osseo High School at the Osseo Golf Club. Of the 42 graduates, 29 attended. Eleven members are deceased and 9 classmates are widows."

Past Happening
from our early files

40 Years ago....


Fred Smith, Preston Coop Creamer manager won first place in a buttermaking contest held at Chippewa Falls.

Douglas Helle, Blair, is hospitalized after receiving first and second degree burns in a car fire.

Blair man, 35, Myron Thompson suffered a severe stab wound near the heart during a fracas at Westby. He is hospitalized at Viroqua.

The new 1957 Chevy will be shown Friday at Kolve Chev in Blair.