Register Your Bike and Get a Free Light
La Crosse police were uncomfortable with the idea of giving away free bike lights the whole time. Not because they don't want bicycle riders to go without. It's just that the big box of bike light sets they got from the county through a grant program came with the understanding that the lights would be handed out to those riding illegally without bike lights. Kind of like a reward for breaking the law. La Crosse cops instead will hand out the lights to the first fifty who show up at the PD downtown to register their bikes. Bike registration is two bucks and is required under city ordinance.
Campaign Violation Allegations Include New UW Regent from Onalaska
A newly appointed member of the UW board of regents is among those on a complaint filed by a watchdog group alleging campaign finance rules violations. Gary Roberts from Onalaska, big contributor to Scott Walker, was recently appointed by the governor to a term on the board of regents. According to a complaint filed by the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign, Roberts is one of 29 big donors in the state who violated the annual 10 thousand dollar limit for individual campaign donations. Also on the list of those breaking the contribution limit, according to the group, Vicky Kunz from La Crosse, listed as a Kwik Trip employee.
Police Pleased by Extra Enforcement of Bike and Ped
An extra enforcement exercise by La Crosse police is already being considered
Local Runner Returning to Boston, Determined to Finish
Attention drawn to Boston ahead of the upcoming marathon because of an
Gate Installation Begins in City Ramps
The city of La Crosse is clearly serious this time about getting the parking