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Country catching up to Wisconsin when it comes to tobacco

06 May 2016
Country catching up to Wisconsin when it comes to tobacco

New regulations kicking in for e-cigs, hookahs, little cigars

City gets paid first, under sale conditions of Roosevelt

06 May 2016

Gorman Co. plans to turn old school into low-income housing

Venture capital launches in La Crosse

06 May 2016
Venture capital launches in La Crosse

Badger Fund of Funds commits $25 million to area

WEDC's woes continue but does anyone care?

05 May 2016

Is anyone minding the store? And does anybody in Madison even care? Those are legitimate questions, as the boondoggle that is the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation continues to be the...

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Friday, 18 January 2013 12:22

Baldwin Tours Gunderson Expansion

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Gunderson Lutheran Health Care got a pat on the back this morning after U.S.

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Friday, 18 January 2013 12:22

Cashton Top Vote On Referendum Today

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School Board members in Cashton could decide this

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She claims she wasn't a gang leader or the head of a drug ring, and shouldn't be serving a 15-year prison term.

But a Wisconsin appeals court disagrees with Socorro Kerner of Jackson County, and is upholding her sentence on cocaine and marijuana charges. Kerner and about a dozen other people were busted on drug charges four years ago, in connection with a Jackson County operation that made at least a million dollars. She argues that prosecutors got a long prison term by portraying her as a 'hardened gang member.' The appeals court writes that the sentencing judge imposed the prison time to protect the community from a drug dealer.

 

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Most cities the size of La Crosse, or larger, charge you by the hour to park your car in a ramp.

La Crosse will start using ticket gates in its downtown ramps by April...but parking will still be free for the first four hours during the week, and the first eight hours on weekends. Bob Haines of the city public works office admits that the city is being generous by not charging drivers as soon as they enter the ramps.  Haines tells us the long grace period may keep parking revenue down. He thinks the ramps will generate about 25-thousand dollars a year for City Hall.

 

 

 

 

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013 12:13

If you feel better stay home

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So your feeling a bit better from that nasty cold or flu and want to go back

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Wednesday, 16 January 2013 11:19

Billings On State of the State

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Representative Jill Billings attended her second state of the state address

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The dispute over voter ID in Wisconsin goes back to the appeals courts...

The state Supreme Court has decided not to rule on the ID law. And for local election officials like La Crosse County clerk Ginny Dankmeyer, it means conducting elections the same way they've been doing things already.

 

With the law being blocked by lower-court judges, Wisconsin voters still do not have to show an ID at the polls when they vote.

 

 

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Tuesday, 15 January 2013 11:06

Holmen Fluoride Issue May Go Back To Referendum

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Voters in Holmen spoke out about fluoridation five years ago...and they may be asked to speak out again.

The Holmen Village Board has scheduled a special meeting this Thursday...to discuss the possibility of a new referendum on putting fluoride in the water. Just last week, the board voted to resume the fluoridation that was temporarily halted two years ago. The special meeting is being requested by two of those board members who called for a halt to fluoridation...which was approved in a 2008 referendum.

 

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Tuesday, 15 January 2013 05:40

County Government Funds Private Weight Loss Program

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Dropping some pounds might win you some dollars.  The La Crosse County

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