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How to pay for better roads remains elusive for Wisconsin legislators. The state in recent years has resorted to borrowing money to pay to build or fix roads. A lot...
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.
Funeral services are being scheduled for former Viterbo president and chancellor Bill Medland...
The university says Medland died this weekend. He had fought cancer for a long time, dating back to his early years as Viterbo president in the 1990's. Medland was hired as president of Viterbo in 1991, and held the post for a record 15 years, after which he was appointed chancellor. The Viterbo campus experienced physical changes and much construction during the years Medland was in charge, as enrollment and the school's endowment grew rapidly.