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Thursday - June 4, 2015 12:00 am

Group Sees Message in Insurance Rates

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Preliminary health insurance premium rates released this weekby the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services show that seven major Wisconsin health insurers projecting large rate increases for 2016, including…

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Thursday - June 4, 2015 12:00 am

Torch Run Kicks Off Special Olympics

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Local law enforcement officers will join their colleagues from more than 100 communities across the state this morning with hundreds of them biking to UW-Stevens Point. There, they will help…

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Wednesday - June 3, 2015 12:00 am

Less Work Means Higher Fees from County Landfill Boss

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If you have an old TV around the house that you want to throw out, the month of June might be an ideal time to do it. La Crosse County's…

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No decision yet on a contentious planned development in the town of Shelby. A La Crosse city council committee has put off approval for more than a week on whether…

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Wednesday - June 3, 2015 12:00 am

Council Member Decries Bullying of Bar Owner

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A downtown La Crosse bar owner is back on the defense with neighbors once again calling for an end to outdoor music. It's Chris Stolpa's Stein Haus next to the…

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The feds appear to be making the right moves regarding the use of antibiotics. At least it seems that way to infectious disease preventionist at Gundersen in La Crosse, Marilyn…

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Wednesday - June 3, 2015 12:00 am

Four Blocks of Main Street Closed for Weeks

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Just a little maintenance, but enough to close one of the main thoroughfares into downtown La Crosse for the next six weeks. Main street between seventh and eleventh streets. The…

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Lawmakers want to cut pay for some while increasing their own

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It is called the prevailing wage law, and some Wisconsin lawmakers think it is time for the law to go. Prevailing wage laws require governments to pay those who secure...

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Putting the queen first at Oktoberfest, 50 years ago

28 April 2017

In April of 1967, La Crosse Festivals, Incorporated decided that the four-day fall celebration that year would open with the Miss Oktoberfest-La Crosse pageant on Wednesday, October 4th. Planners followed...

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MITCH REYNOLDS PODCASTS

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    Largest tax cut in history and maybe the chalkiest graffiti ticket in history
  • 2017-04-25
    Needle box placement
  • 2017-04-24
    Death penalty options and guns safety advocates missing the point
  • 2017-04-17
    Assistant police chief Rob Abraham fed up with light sentencing
  • 2017-04-13
    These rules are made for drinking