New state-of-the-art lab will give students stockbroker experience
Prosser announces retirement, replacement will serve until 2020 without election
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Twelve people in one house had to be treated for apparent carbon monoxide poisoning this weekend...
Seven adults and five children inside the house in the town of Arcadia were taken to local hospitals yesterday. Police were called when some of the people began to feel ill. A police officer also became ill from the fumes. It seems the carbon monoxide came from a charcoal grill being used in the kitchen to heat the house.
Tomah residents eager to hear more about the upcoming Tomah Area School District referendum will have to wait. The public forum schedule for last night was postponed because of the weather. Superintendent Cindy Zahrte said the forum will be rescheduled.
The referendum will ask taxpayers for an additional $300 thousand for 2014-15, $750 thousand for 2015-16 and $1.5 million for 2016-17.
You can get more information on the school district’s website.
A domestic disturbance reportedly involving threats of violence leads to an arrest...of a La Crosse police sergeant.
Alan Iverson is accused of threatening to kill his wife and children on Wednesday night. The sheriff's department made the arrest, and Iverson is now jailed in Vernon County. La Crosse District Attorney Tim Gruenke is stepping aside from the case, as is the judge who set bond at $100,000.
Iverson is due back in court on Tuesday. By coincidence, that's the same day another long-time La Crosse cop, Brian Thomson, is scheduled to be sentenced for stealing drugs from a police evidence room.