So far so good for the Highway 35 project going through Onalaska. And along the way...it hasn't all been road construction says City Engineer Jarrod Holter.
He says a team of 10 archeaologists have found a variety of native american fire pits and artifacts...all being worked on as the construction continues. No delays have been reported nad work should be wrapped up by November.
Charges made against the La Crosse county administrator will get a public hearing this summer...
No date has been set, but the county ethics board has agreed to hear arguments that Steve O'Malley illegally used his position of power to promote the city administrator referendum defeated last month in La Crosse. O'Malley believes his activities aimed at getting La Crosse voters to support the position of administrator were proper. Ethics board chairman Rick Kyte says it's possible that just one hearing will be needed to decide whether O'Malley broke any laws.
So...are you ready for some Logger baseball? General Manager, Chris Goodell, is. And it's going to be a very busy summer for the entire Loggers staff.
The Loggers, who have the 2nd highest attendance behind Madison, opens their home schedule on June 2nd.
There may be some new courses coming this fall for students at Western Technical College....Julie Lemon says they are looking into that now.
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Lemon says as soon as the certificate programs are ready to go.....she'll let the public know what they are and the details behind them.
Over 90 thousand absentee ballots have been issued for the upcoming June 5th recall election......not surprising to UW-L Professor, Joe Heim. He says you can guage the ever growing interest by going back to the May 8th primary.
Some area clerks are now saying they expect around 80% voter turnout come the 5th and they are expecting a rush to vote absentee next week as well.