1-3/4 C flour 1/2 cup sugar 1 TBSP baking powder 1/2 tsp baking soda 1/4 tsp salt 1/2 cup shredded zucchini 2 large eggs 1/2 cup salted butter, melted 1/2...
10 thin slices prosciutto 2-1/2 cups heavy cream 5 cups cooked (al dente) ditalini pasta sea salt freshly ground black pepper 6 oz Brie, cut into small cubes 1/3 cup...
Idea concentrates on economic measures to help communities
Though the savings may just be a few hundred dollars
This is quite a cash grab by La Crosse's Mayor. Tim Kabat shocked those working in the local tourism industry when he decided the city should get more of the...
A former pastor could face a life sentence in Wisconsin if he is found guilty of sexual assault of a child as a persistent repeater in Monroe County. 64 yer old Michael Delaney of Tomah, was arrested January 2th7 for repeatedly sexually assaulting a child. Prosecutors says Delaney targeted the same victim over an extended period while he was employed as a pastor and over the road trucker. The allegations were brought to the Tomah Police Department back in December. Delaney is allged to have sexually assaulteda 13 year old boy in 2008. The teen said on various occasions Delaney would ask to see and touch his genitals. Delaney also forced the teen to perform oral sex and watch pornography and threatened to tell people the teen was gay if he reported the abuse. Delaney most recently served as a pastor at the Church of God of Prophecy in Necedah. He pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual abuse in Arizona in 1983 and was sentenced to prison.
A La Crosse murder victim died of strangling, but her death is still considered drug-related...
Today, a 44-year-old man was arrested for the killing of Kristen Rodgers. Izelia Golatt is scheduled in court this afternoon, to be charged with first-degree murder. La Crosse Police Chief Ed Kondracki says if people want to reduce the amount of drug abuse and related crimes in this area, they should be willing to report drug activity.
Kondracki says the police need more resources to investigate drug use, and prevent crimes such as the Rodgers murder. Golatt was captured at his home near the Green Island arena.
Want to see the Onalaska boys play in a game that could take them to the state basketball tournament?
Starting at 3 this afternoon, tickets for tomorrow's playoff game at Marshfield will be sold at the commons of Onalaska High School. The line will form outside the circle drive, and members of the public will not be let into the building until 2:35. Marshfield has opened up 400 extra tickets for the sectional finals, between the Hilltoppers and Antigo. The game begins at 5 p-m Saturday.
La Crosse police are expected to announce an arrest in this week's murder of a 35-year-old woman...
Chief Ed Kondracki has a news conference planned for 10 o'clock. It's reported that a 44-year-old man was booked early today on a murder charge. Kristen Rodgers was found dead in a north La Crosse parking lot on Tuesday, and Kondracki says the death may be drug-related. Another man arrested this week on drug charges reportedly has sold drugs to Rodgers, according to the La Crosse County D-A's office.
The mining company that says it doesn't want to do business in Wisconsin any more may not be gone for good.
Assemblyman Steve Doyle of Onalaska predicts that the Gogebic Mining company can be wooed back to Wisconsin, if an appealing mining bill can be passed.
Gogebic blamed the state Senate's failure to pass mining regulations for its decision to stop a 700-job project in northern Wisconsin. Democrat Doyle thinks the lesson to be learned from the mining fight is that the two parties must be more willing to work together.
Dane County Judge David Flanagan, on Tuesday, temporarily blocked enforcement of Wisconsin's controversial new voter identification law, just weeks before the state's April 3rd presidential primary, prompting supporters of the law to vow they were likely to appeal. But it was learned he also signed a petition to recall Governor Scott Walker back in November. Walker's reaction?
Flanagan issued the temporary injunction as part of a lawsuit brought by the NAACP, which argued the law disenfranchises voters, many of them minorities, who do not possess acceptable identification.
Wisconsin’s local election clerks received guidance yesterday on how to proceed, after a judge temporarily halted the state’s voter ID law on Tuesday. La Crosse County Clerk, Ginny Denkmeyer, says most parts of the law will stand though.
Denkmeyer said voters still have to follow new time limits for voting absentee and they still must live at their present addresses for 28 days instead of the previous 10.
Hosting an NCAA sports championship on any level gives a college or university a time to shine as it does for the city hosting the event. So when UW-L was asked to host the D-3 wrestling championships again this year, the vote was a unanimous yes. And for UW-L Eagle Wrestling Coach, Dave Malecek, it gives his team a moment in the spotlight as well.
The event which starts this morning at 10:30 at the La Crosse Center, is expected to bring in over a half a million dollars to the local economy.
Governor Scott Walker announced in La Crosse today that Authenticom in La Crosse will create up to 50 jobs as a result of the company's expansion. The company is eligible for up $230 thousand in tax credits through the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.
Authenticom is planning a significant investment to lease, furnish and equip additional space at its location in La Crosse. Authenticom is a leading provider of data management services in the automotive industry.
The Economic Development Tax Credits will be distributed annually in direct relation to the number of new, full time positions created and filled over a three year period.