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Reward money donated to find vandals at Northern Hills

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For many people, being able to take a paid sick day is something they take for granted. But for many others, it is not even an option. More than one...

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A dramatic chapter in the history of the La Crosse Library appears to have a happy ending, for now...

A September decision to shut down the library's South Branch to save money has been overridden by the library board, which has found the money needed to keep the branch open for 2014. The board's decision followed a public hearing on Thursday.  Library board president Tom Sleik says revenue decisions made by the legislature have a major impact on the La Crosse Library budget.

 

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Xcel Turning Off Entire Village for Upgrades

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An entire village in Western Wisconsin will be without electricity

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Just as La Crosse is working harder to deal with sub par housing, state

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Busted 28 Times For Same Offense

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Some people just don't learn. Take Sparta's Natasha Scheitler.

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Sparta Cops Get Two'fer

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Sparta Police got a two'fer on a routine traffic stop Wednesday. 31 year old

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A Winona High School student bringing a gun to a football game last week is

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3 New Cops Could Be Approved Tonight In La Crosse

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If the La Crosse City Council approves a $375 thousand cops grant

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Food Stamp Cut Could Run Deep

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A government group estimates Republican cuts to the food stamp

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