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A Genoa house gets the worst of a car crash. This morning at about one - thirty Michael Keilholz apparently blew a stop sign and crashed into a house. The homeowner 86 year old Margaret Starch was treated and released from a local hospital. The 48 year old Keilholz didn't suffer any injuries.
MILITARY VETERANS WHO GET INTO TROUBLE WITH THE LAW HAVE A HELPING HAND IN LA CROSSE COUNTY...
THE VETERANS COURT INITIATIVE SUPPLIES THOSE VETS WITH INDIVIDUAL MENTORS WHO ASSIST THEM IN GETTING THROUGH THE COURT SYSTEM. THE PROGRAM IS STILL GETTING OFF THE GROUND. IT ONLY STARTED IN JANUARY. STATE REP JENNIFER SHILLING IS SPONSORING A LEGISLATIVE BILL TO GUARANTEE MORE CONFIDENTIALITY BETWEEN A VET AND A MENTOR. THE ASSEMBLY COULD VOTE ON THAT BILL TODAY.
A bold prediction from LaCrosse's Indoor Football League team. This time it isn't just head coach Gilbert Brown putting himself on the line. The whole organization has stepped forward and have guaranteed a victory against their opponents this Sunday the Sioux City Bandits. On the eve of training camp Coach Brown guaranteed he would bring home a championship LaCrosse. The team has gotten off to an oh and five start. But, The Spartans have shown improvement since the beginning of the season. Oh, and if the team doesn't win on Sunday afternoon everyone with a ticket will get a free one for the May 21st game versus Bloomington.
Roofing, flooring, blacktop patching. Nothing really scintillating in the works for money that Viroqua schools will be getting because of a successful referendum last week. But just getting by with referendum money seems like how things are going to be from now on to Viroqua superintendent, Bob Knadle. Last week, Viroqua voters approved a five year referendum that will give the district an extra quarter million a year starting next school year
There's no pleasing some people. Changes to the clean Energy Jobs Act in Madison aren't enough to satisfy groups like Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce. No real surprise for Wisconsin Environment's Dan Kohler. He says WMC has dug its heels in and doesn't seem to want any energy independence solutions. Kohler calls changes made to the Energy bill a good compromise even though the new version leaves out parts that would have gone farther to make Wisconsin more energy independent.