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

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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

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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

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Monday, 11 February 2013 11:04

Supreme Court Candidates

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(AP) Candidates for Wisconsin Supreme Court and state superintendent of schools are required to file their latest campaign spending reports showing activity through Feb. 4. The reports due Monday are the last showing how much candidates have raised and spent before the Feb. 19 primary election.

Three candidates are running for Supreme Court and one of them will be eliminated in the primary. Those running are incumbent Justice Pat Roggensack, Milwaukee attorney Vince Megna and Marquette University law professor Ed Fallone.
Roggensack launched the first ad of the campaign last week, touting her experience with nearly 17 years as a judge.

In the race for Department of Public Instruction secretary, incumbent Tony Evers faces challenger Republican state Rep. Don Pridemore. There is no primary in that race.

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Monday, 11 February 2013 11:02

Snow Slams Minnesota

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(AP) Western Minnesota is hit hardest by a storm that dumped a foot of snow in the region and stranded motorists. Several highways in the area are closed, including Interstate 94 from Alexandria to Moorhead, and Highways 10 210. Sheriff's deputies in Grant and Douglas counties assisted drivers who became stranded.

The National Weather Service says Glenwood in Pope County got 12 inches of snow Sunday. Walker has about 11 inches and Hillman has 10 inches. The Minnesota Department of Transportation reported early Monday that most roadways in the state present difficult driving conditions.

The State Patrol handled 326 crashes since Sunday morning, including 42 that involved injuries.

Windy conditions Monday could make the morning commute in the Twin Cities more challenging.

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Monday, 11 February 2013 10:59

Is West Salem Jumping Conferences

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After months of meetings involving several school districts and the WIAA,

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Monday, 11 February 2013 10:46

UW-L Branding Begins

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Getting to learn the new branding at UW-L has begun.

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Monday, 11 February 2013 10:45

Actor Disrupts Regents Meeting

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An Oscar nominated actor who burst into a university board meeting to protest

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Monday, 11 February 2013 10:27

Motorcycle Gang Members Arrested for Armed Robbery

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A couple members of the local Outlaw Motorcycle Gang have been busted for

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Monday, 11 February 2013 10:27

Northside Drive-By Shooting Investigated

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La Crosse police are still investigating a drive-by shooting from early

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Looks like the village of Holmen is not going to make changes in its fluoridation system, when it resumes the water treatment later this year.

The main reason? Switching from liquid fluoride to a powder would cost too much, says village public works director Dean Olson. One village board member had suggested using a powder fluoride treatment, because it might be safer than the chemical that had been used in Holmen. Fluoridation was shut off in Holmen two years ago, just days after it started, because opponents were concerned that too much fluoride was being put into the drinking water.

 

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Friday, 08 February 2013 12:28

Prayer Top Topic Tuesday

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Should be some interesting conversation at the Onalaksa City Council next

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