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Wisconsin looking ahead, seeing huge physician, nurse shortage

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Wisconsin looking ahead, seeing huge physician, nurse shortage

Report shows state could be short 2,000 nurses

Vernon County, where Elmer's buffalo roam

24 August 2016
Vernon County, where Elmer's buffalo roam

Farmer's bison have gotten free numerous times

Study library merger, but carefully

23 August 2016

The La Crosse public library is once again at a crossroads. It was three years ago that the city considered closing one or more of the library branches in order...

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Wednesday, 07 May 2014 09:48

Referendum Dollars Going To Work

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Your La Crosse School District referendum dollars are going back to work in

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Wednesday, 07 May 2014 09:46

Aspirin A Day May Not Be The Best Way

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An aspirin a day keeps heart attacks away or so it goes. According to the

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Tuesday, 06 May 2014 11:59

A Student's Gift To Another Student

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Logan High School Senior Konnor Reikowski was feeling a bit guilty that he

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Tuesday, 06 May 2014 09:22

Pot Bust Spans Several Counties

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A Stoddard man was arrested Friday morning following the discovery of a marijuana manufacturing and trafficking operation. The Sheriff’s Office was tipped off to drug trafficking involving local high school students. The investigation led to a house near Hayward owned by 56 year old Steven Miller of Stoddard.



On Friday morning, search Warrants were executed at both Hayward and Stoddard at properties owned by Miller. At the Hayward home, cops found a sophisticated indoor hydroponic marijuana grow site with approximately 67 plants in various stages of growth. At the Stoddard site, cops found processed marijuana that had originated from the Sawyer County site, along with guns and cash.

This is an ongoing case and investigators continue to pursue leads developed during Friday’s searches. At least two more Wisconsin counties have been linked to this case, and more arrests may be on the way.

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Tuesday, 06 May 2014 09:13

Madison Group Criticizes Court Ruling on Prayer

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Disappointment for a Madison-based group after a supreme court decision on

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Monday, 05 May 2014 16:25

Roosevelt Officially On The Sale Block

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The School District of La Crosse is now accepting Request for Proposals for

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The Public Service Commission last week announced that the application

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Sunday, 04 May 2014 17:59

Bradley Gets GOP Nod For Office

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The Republican Party of Wisconsin is proud to announce the endorsement of Julian Bradley for Secretary of State
following a vote at its 2014 State Convention.  The candidate endorsement was supported by more than 65 percent of Republican
delegates following speeches from three candidates vying for the office. "Today, Republican delegates cast a vote of confidence for Julian
Bradley as he runs for Secretary of State," said Brad Courtney, Chairman of the Republican Party of Wisconsin. "As we look toward a
victorious Election Day for Republicans, we believe our endorsed candidate will serve as the right choice for voters this November
4th."

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Sunday, 04 May 2014 17:56

La Crosse County GOP County Of The Year

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The La Crosse GOP won the County of the Year award for 2013
from the Republican Party of Wisconsin on Saturday in Milwaukee, the top
honor for the local groups that comprise the state Republican party.

Chairman Bill Feehan accepted the award in the company of nearly two dozen
delegates from La Crosse at the county chairmen’s banquet held at the Hyatt
Regency in Milwaukee.

"We've worked incredibly hard to build the local party over the past
several years," said Feehan. ”This is a shared accomplishment. Without this
dedicated and talented team, we wouldn't have the opportunity to accept
this honor."

The County of the Year Award recognizes one county each year for growth in
membership, grassroots activity, and community involvement, among other
metrics.

The award for La Crosse comes in the midst of a bustling Republican Party
of Wisconsin convention attended by about 2,000 people, highlighted by an
energetic presence by La Crosse native and Secretary of State candidate
Julian Bradley, who overwhelmingly won the RPW endorsement earlier Saturday.

"We've come a long way in a few short years, but the real goal is to make
sure voters always have a conservative choice at the polls," said Feehan.

Adding to recognitions received by La Crosse, former LCRP chairman Walter
Baltz of West Salem earned the state party’s Alvan Bovay Award, the state
party’s top honor for lifetime achievement as a party leader in each
congressional district.

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