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Crews putting in hard labor, but Bliss Rd. repairs on schedule

30 August 2016
Crews putting in hard labor, but Bliss Rd. repairs on schedule

The 60-foot excavator isn't long enough to reach washout

Expanding La Crosse Center main arena not a priority

30 August 2016
Expanding La Crosse Center main arena not a priority

Expanding might overbuild the market, says Center manager

Now a good time to make emergency plan

30 August 2016

Do you have a plan? The state of Wisconsin is reminding people of the importance of having an emergency preparedness plan in the event of a disaster. Governor Walker has...

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Sunday, 17 February 2013 20:37

2 Heroin Dealers Now Behind Bars

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Sparta's Kelly Talsky and now Chris Heintz of Holmen. Two major heroin

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Friday, 15 February 2013 12:15

Walker Talks Budget Again

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(AP) Republican Gov. Scott Walker says his executive budget will include billions of dollars for transportation infrastructure. The governor's office issued a press release Friday pledging the budget will invest $6.4 billion in transportation, including $824 in new money.

The statement offered no details on how Walker would come up with the money. His spokeswoman said only that he would not raise gas taxes or vehicle registration fees.

A bipartisan task force recommended last month the state should raise gas taxes and impose a new mileage-based registration fees, but Republican leaders rejected both ideas.

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Friday, 15 February 2013 12:13

A Very Kind Sheen

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(AP) A Florida teenager who plummeted 100 feet from a Wisconsin amusement park ride in 2010 is getting some help from actor Charlie Sheen. Teagan Marti suffered brain, spine, pelvis and internal injuries when nets and air bags that were supposed to catch riders on the free-fall ride were not raised. She was paralyzed initially but through physical therapy is now able to walk with a walker.

A Marti family friend in Eau Claire asked Sheen for $6,000 to cover therapy dog training, and Sheen wired $10,000 on Thursday.

Sheen said he found it impossible not to help after getting the request and he likes to ``pay it forward.'' The 15-year-old said she didn't really know much about Sheen before but now thinks he's kind and generous.

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Friday, 15 February 2013 11:44

Van Hollen Likes Proposed State Money

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Governor Scott Walker along with Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen stopped in

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Friday, 15 February 2013 11:44

Mayo Clears First Hurdle

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Top lawmakers from both parties in Minnesota have said they want to

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Friday, 15 February 2013 11:41

Prison In The Cards For Schodeberg

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He may not remember driving a car that crashed and killed his brother, but

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Thursday, 14 February 2013 12:48

Powerball Prize Winners In Eau Claire, Sparta

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The Kwik Trip on Highway 27 in Sparta is waiting for a lottery winner to claim a big prize...

Somebody who bought a ticket in Sparta matched five numbers in Powerball last night, to win 10 thousand dollars. An even bigger winner got a Powerball ticket in Eau Claire that will pay two million dollars, but the buyer is still unknown. Last month, a La Crosse Kwik Trip customer claimed a Badger 5 jackpot of more than 270-thousand dollars.

 

 

 

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About four times a year, La Crosse County schedules special medication collections, so people can throw out their old medicines safely.

The first collection for 2013 happens this Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at the hazardous disposal site on Highway 16. Randy Nederlo with La Crosse County says most of the things dropped off during those special collections are typical drugstore products.  But about 10 per cent of them are more hazardous controlled drugs. Collections also are planned for April, August, and maybe November.

 

 

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Thursday, 14 February 2013 12:27

Council Likely to Delay To Key Votes

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Tonight, likely La Crosse city council votes to avoid making a couple of key

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