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Wright gets probation for stabbing mother

28 March 2017
Wright gets probation for stabbing mother

La Crosse man ordered not to drink, and to have no contact with mother

GOP state senator opposes plan to allow concealed carry without permit

28 March 2017
GOP state senator opposes plan to allow concealed carry without permit

Wisconsin could be 13th to pass "constitutional carry."

Drive-in season starting

28 March 2017
Drive-in season starting

The roller-skating carhops will be out today at Rudy's.

Cleaning man accused of thefts wants out of jail

27 March 2017
Cleaning man accused of thefts wants out of jail

Accused of stealing money from more than a dozen cash boxes

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Monday - June 1, 2015 12:00 am

Local High Schools Prep for State Track Meet

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The WIAA State Track and Field meet takes place this Friday and Saturday and the Holmen High School will be busy. The Vikings have athletes participating in 12 different events…

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A provision slipped into the state budget proposal by a Republican lawmaker last week would allow anyone with a bachelor's degree to be hired and licensed to teach sixth through…

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Monday - June 1, 2015 12:00 am

Man Faces Charges After Weekend Bus Accident

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It was a wild Friday night for the Cashton Girls track and field team. First, the team finished third at the WIAA Division 3 sectional meet in Bangor and qualified…

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Monday - June 1, 2015 12:00 am

Man Could See Prison for Fatal Overdose

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Prison time is possible for a La Crosse man scheduled to be sentenced today for contributing to another person's drug death. Jered Hellerud is awaiting sentencing for delivering heroin to…

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Monday - June 1, 2015 12:00 am

New Library Next After Holmen Ribbon Cutting

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A few years ago, the Holmen village board decided to put up a new police station and library in separate buildings, at opposite ends of the same block. Village leaders…

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Drug Investigator Looks at Meth Comeback

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Heroin may have gotten local headlines in the last five years, but meth never went away as a regional drug problem. In fact, some people who were locked up years…

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Monday - June 1, 2015 12:00 am

Parking Agreement is Key to New Development

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A major student housing development in La Crosse hinges on parking. The city council will have to approve an exemption for the development from rules regarding the number of mandated…

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Last modified on Wednesday - June 3, 2015 12:17 pm

More alleged violations on Wisconsin Supreme Court

28 March 2017

Technically, seats on the Wisconsin Supreme Court are non-partisan. Those running for office don't declare themselves either republican or democrat. Of course, in reality, we know that our high court...

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