Owners could pay up to three percent of revenue
Trees uprooted in flash floods at Lansing resort
The first test isn't very encouraging. Wisconsin's newly formed state agency dealing with keeping government honest would like to be able to grease the palms of those they are overseeing....
A dramatic chapter in the history of the La Crosse Library appears to have a happy ending, for now...
A September decision to shut down the library's South Branch to save money has been overridden by the library board, which has found the money needed to keep the branch open for 2014. The board's decision followed a public hearing on Thursday. Library board president Tom Sleik says revenue decisions made by the legislature have a major impact on the La Crosse Library budget.
It was one professor who got in hot water over a politically charged
Just as La Crosse is working harder to deal with sub par housing, state
Scammers are out and about again....this time on Facebook. According to the Tomah Police Department, several alerts from concerned citizens have come in about people attempting to sell prescription medications on Facebook, specifically the Tomah Buy, Sell, Trade Facebook page.
According to police, the majority of these people selling prescription drugs are either using fictitious accounts or are generated from a foreign country.
It's good practice to simply ignore these posts. If someone is in need of medication it is recommended they seek counsel from a licensed physician. Police want you to continue to report these pages as they research each one to determine if there are any actions they can take.