Taste of Home Cooking School
South Hall at the La Crosse Center
November 4th, 2014
General Admission $16.90
Doors open at 4:45
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Burroughs has an evidence hearing in Crawford County court...a standard procedure, leading up to a possible negotiated plea. The Iowa man went to police in Prairie earlier this month, and told them he strangled Shannon Fischer in his apartment in 2006, putting her body in the garbage days later. Area police had spent years searching for Fischer as a missing person.
A 23-year-old man is suspected of killing the Jackson County man who was found dead in his home on Wednesday.
Aaron Powers was arrested at a park near New Lisbon yesterday, while he and others were camping. The group was near a stolen pickup truck belonging to Terrance Stoen of North Bend, who was shot in the head several days ago. Investigators believe the shooting happened during a burglary at Stoen's house.
Buffalo County authorities say they’ve solved one break-in at the Cochrane-Fountain City School and are investigating another.
Two former students broke into the school in August 2009, stealing thousands in electronics and damaging property.
The school was again burglarized last month, when thieves stole a safe filled with cash from the District, FBLA and FFA concession stand and money from fundraisers.
At this point, no clear sign of when La Crosse's ethics board will meet again. The group has met just once to consider a complaint against mayor Matt Harter regarding possible ethical missteps. June Kjome is at the head of the group who has filed a complaint against the mayor. She's a little frustrated by the snail's pace at which the ethics process is moving. But, Kjome says, that's just how government works sometimes.
The city of La Crosse has been on the hunt for an artistic community for some time. This week, one such community has been dropped into the city's lap. THe national Veterans Creative Arts Festival is in town this week. The last stop in a national competition for vets through VA hospitals. And it's a really big deal, especially for vets, says local Vietnam Veteran, Dan Krehbiel. He says it's terrific to work with talented veterans from across the nation. Krehbeil will be among those performing at Viterbo University to the festival on Sunday. A performance that will be broadcast on Veterans day on PBS stations.