Ingredients: 2 pounds bacon burger (1½ pounds beef with ½ pound bacon - should grind twice) 1 egg Onion to taste ½ cup cracker crumbs 1/4 cup milk - as...
Retired Col., Nelson donates check to Northern Hills
How far up did Wisconsin's open records scandal go? All the way to the top. There is now evidence Governor Scott Walker was among those pushing to shield lawmakers from...
President, Wisconsin: Barack Obama (Dem-Inc.) 52%, Mitt Romney (GOP) 47%
U.S. Senate, Wisconsin: Tammy Baldwin (Dem) 51%, Tommy Thompson (GOP) 47%
1st District U.S. House: Paul Ryan (GOP-Inc.) 56%, Rob Zerban (Dem) 43%
2nd District U.S. House: Mark Pocan (Dem) 68%, Chad Lee (GOP) 32%
3rd District U.S. House: Ron Kind (Dem-Inc.) 64%, Ray Boland (GOP) 36%
4th District U.S. House: Gwen Moore (Dem-Inc.) 72%, Dan Sebring (GOP) 25%
5th District U.S. House: Jim Sensenbrenner (GOP-Inc.) 68%, Dave Heaster (Dem) 32%
6th District U.S. House: Tom Petri (GOP-Inc.) 63%, Joe Kallas (Dem) 37%
7th District U.S. House: Sean Duffy (GOP-Inc.) 56%, Pat Kreitlow (Dem) 44%
8th District U.S. House : Reid Ribble (GOP-Inc.) 56%, Jamie Wall (Dem) 44%
Inc. (D) Jennifer Shilling 29,756*
(R) Bill Feehan 20,777
(R) Tommy Thompson 1,022,148
(D) Tammy Baldwin 1,113,557*
Inc.(R) Lee Nerison 59%
(D) Tom Johnson 40%
Inc. (R) Julie Lassa 56%*
(D) Scott Noble 43%
Inc. (D) Steve Doyle 15,771*
(R) Bruce Evers 10,436
(R) Nancy VanderMeer 13,343 49.69%
Inc. (D) Amy Sue Vruwink 13,511 50.31%
Minnesota Senate District 28:
Inc. (R) Jeremy Miller 57%*
(D) Jack Krage 42%
La Crescent Mayor:
Steve Bissen 1,064
Inc. Mike Poellinger 1,469*
Write In 162
La Crescent City Council (Elect Two)
John Graf 1,499*
Dale W. Williams 1,338*
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Minnesota voters rejected a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage yesterday, giving gay rights activists and their allies a major victory. Still, the outcome doesn't change things in Minnesota, where state law still makes gay marriage illegal.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Minnesotans rejected a constitutional amendment that would have required people to show a photo ID before they can cast ballots in future elections. The result was a surprising victory for opponents of the requirement that's already in place in several other states.
Shelby referendum to exceed its state-imposed revenue limits by up to $200,000 a year.
YES 1,366 NO 1,522*
The School District of La Crosse Board of Education is asking for approval to borrow an amount not to exceed $15,700,000 to build and equip a new elementary school on the existing Franklin Elementary School site. YES 21,745* NO 10,627
Western Technical College is seeking voters approval on a referendum to fund a facilities plan for $79.8 million. YES 62,599* NO 53,606
Does Onalaska have too much fluoride in its tap water?
The city board of public works has a review of fluoridation on its monthly agenda tonight. City engineer Jarrod Holter says the fluoride level has been reduced occasionally since the process was approved by the community in the late 80's. Holter says the level is now .85 parts per million, while the EPA recommends a lower fluoride level of .7 parts. Holter says Onalaska could drop its fluoride to that level if the Wisconsin DNR suggests it. A DNR report on fluoridation is expected soon.