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You can say that the campaign to recall governor Walker has more or less begun. At least it has for two conservative groups in Wisconsin
That comes from a video on the ItsWorkingWisconsin website. Americans for Prosperity and the MacIver Institute have also purchased ad time in a number of markets around the state in support of the governor's actions to curtail collective bargaining for public unions in the state. A recall group say they'll begin collecting signatures to recall the governor on November 15th.
Onalaska Police Officer James Page and Lacrosse County Deputy, Daniel Baudek, have receive awards that the country has never seen before. The two were awarded the US Justice Department's Congressional Badge of Bravery today (Wednesday) at a ceremony attended by Senator Herb Kohl.
Another new tenant at Attic Correctional on the northside La Crosse. The latest sex offender to be released in La Crosse is 47 year-old Donald Lear. Lear will live at Attic on Rose street, just about a block and a half away from two different elementary schools. Lear was convicted of repeatedly sexually assaulting a fourteen year-old girl along with another 15 year old girl and a 16 year-old, too. Police say Lear will be moving in to Attic next Tuesday.
Setting up a stormwater utility in La Crosse hasn't been simple.
City public works director Dale Hexom. Despite some billing complications with the utility, Hexom expects the first stormwater charges to appear on city water bills after the first of the year. Typical homeowner's quarterly water bill will increase by about 14 bucks.
If you should see a cougar in the woods, you might want to wave your arms around and make a lot of noise to scare the cat off.
And, in Wisconsin, it's conceivable that you could have that cougar meeting. Because a big cat was caught on a trail cam near Mauston within the last week. Pretty rare sighting, says DNR biologist Adrian Wydeven