Town Of Campbell Employee Accused Of Stealing Town Supplies
He could be charged with 'misconduct in public office'...
David Johnson is not an elected official, but he's a government maintenance worker for the town of Campbell. Johnson has been arrested on a theft charge, and he's expected in La Crosse County court today. The D-A's office says Johnson is suspected of stealing less than 100-dollars of gas from town supplies to use in his own vehicle.
Bissen Has A Plan For La Crescent
Senior housing.....new businesses and education...all on hte top of Steve Bissen's list if he's elected to La Crescent Mayor in the fall. He maps out some of his concerns.
Bissen will take on incumbant Maor, Mike Poellinger, on November 6th. Poellinger recieved 95% of the vote total when he was re-elected in 2010. He's been Mayor since the early 90's.
Missing Drunk Student Found Monday
More details now about a close call in La Crosse this weekend.
School Days....School Days.....Catchy Tune To Some
It's a new school year in the City of La Crosse and the school district is gearing up for new faces roaming their halls today. Superintendent, Randy Nelson, says they are down 9 staff this year from last, and they have struggled to staff one area of the district.
Over 50 new teachers throughout the district are ready this morning to welcome in students for the 2012-13 school year.
Holmen Clashes With Town Of Ona On Fire Costs
Not all fire service is created equal...
That's one stumbling block holding up a new agreement on fire protection for Holmen and the towns of Holland and Onalaska. Last week, the Onalaska town board voted to withdraw from the fire district unless Holmen pays more of the cost, since it gets the vast majority of calls. Holmen administrator Scott Heinig says charging by the call is not fair to his community. Heinig claims if the town of Onalaska withdraws at the end of 2013, as it threatens to do, then Holmen and Holland will continue their partnership.