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Western Tech to offer free tuition

10 February 2016
Western Tech to offer free tuition

A response from Obama's request to two-year schools

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Lawmakers should spend more time debating issues

10 February 2016

Earlier this week, we talked about the importance of getting Wisconsin lawmakers to end their practice of pulling all-nighters when debating the state budget. We support the legislation introduced which...

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A local, un-named business, has told the La Crosse Salvation Army that they

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Tuesday, 11 December 2012 07:39

City Sees Growing Compliance With Garbage Rules

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For some in La Crosse, ignorance about new rules regarding garbage has come

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Tuesday, 11 December 2012 07:38

Developer Optimistic About Zoning Approval

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Some people know the ins and outs of La Crosse city hall pretty well. 

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Tuesday, 11 December 2012 07:36

Sidewalk Warning Issued by City

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Every year there's that one place on the block.  That's the one where

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Monday, 10 December 2012 17:28

Iowa Police Confirm Identities Of 2 Bodies Found

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Evansdale, Iowa police say an autopsy has confirmed that two bodies found last week in a wildlife area are those of Elizabeth Collins and Lyric Cook. Police Chief Kent Smock says he received confirmation today from the Iowa State Medical Examiner's Office that the bodies were the two cousins, who had been missing since July 13. The full autopsy hasn't been released to police.

Elizabeth was 8 and Lyric was 10 when they went for a bike ride in the northeastern Iowa community and didn't return.

 

 

Hunters found their bodies last week in the Seven Bridges Wildlife Area in Bremer County, about 25 miles from where they were last seen. Police closed the park while they searched for evidence connected to the case but now have reopened the area.

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Monday, 10 December 2012 12:21

Power Lines Spared During Weekend Snowstorm

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A major winter storm sweeps through Minnesota and Wisconsin, but very few people had power outages.

That might be the result of Xcel Energy's efforts to keep tree branches away from electric lines. Brian Elwood, a spokesman for Xcel, says many outages during snowstorms happen when tree limbs loaded with wet snow drop onto power lines. For that reason, Xcel has worked to cut away branches that have grown close to the wires.  Elwood also believes a lack of wind during the storm prevented lines from being blown down.

 

 

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Gow Turns Down UW-Madison Position

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UW-L Chancellor Joe Gow has been nominated as a candidate for the top

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Monday, 10 December 2012 11:23

Milwaukee Snowless

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(AP) While parts of west-central Wisconsin were buried under a foot of snow

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Monday, 10 December 2012 11:23

Yes It Is White Out There

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(AP) A slow-moving storm has dumped at least 16 inches of snow on parts of Minnesota, blanketing the Twin Cities, making some rural roads impassable and leading to at least one fatal crash. The heaviest snowfall the Twin Cities has experienced in two years led to the cancellation of dozens of flights at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport Sunday and caused hundreds of traffic accidents around the state.

Blizzard conditions, blowing and drifting snow made visibility so poor that the state Department of Transportation pulled snowplows off the highways Sunday afternoon in southwest and west Minnesota.

The Minnesota State Patrol reported nearly 600 crashes by Sunday night. The patrol says one person was killed in a crash involving a semi on Highway 61 near Red Wing.

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