La Crosse, La Crescent, Campbell and Onalaska will partake
Wisconsin has a long history of openness in government. Essentially, government records are presumed to be a matter of public record, except under very select circumstances. The justices on Wisconsin's...
The UW-L Foundation has announced it will start the new school year with a new president. Mary Ann Gerrard will assume the duties of the Foundation’s president Monday, September 9th.
Gerrard will leave her post as Special Assistant to the Chancellor for Legislative Affairs and Development for the UW Colleges and UW Extension to take over the Foundation post.
Gerrard replaces Al Trapp, who retires September 9th.
A petition drive in Monroe County recently was a success according to one
Three months after being placed on leave by the Onalaska School District, a band director is being reinstated in time for the new school year.
Winona County filed seven charges this year against Sandy Kauphusman, after she reportedly threatened to kill her husband at their Winona home. The charges included assault with a wooden plank and a knife, and making terroristic threats, but six of the charges were dismissed in a plea agreement last month. Kauphusman pled guilty to domestic assault, and is on probation for a year. The Onalaska district is now returning Kauphusman to her job teaching band at the Onalaska middle school.