School Investigates Internal Drug Ring
Homicide Charges Filed In La Crosse Drug Death
An apparent drug-related death in La Crosse is now considered a murder case...
The district attorney's office has brought reckless homicide charges against Cain Moss and Christina Lorenz, nearly six months after they were arrested for allegedly hiding the body of Anthony Du Charme near a city park. Earlier testimony in the case indicated that 'Tony, Tina, and Cain' had used drugs together just before Tony suddenly died. Judge Ramona Gonzalez commended the D-A for waiting until an autopsy was concluded before charging anyone with killing Du Charme.
Feehan May Run In 32nd Senate Race
Local business owner and County Board Supervisor Bill Feehan announced today that he will form an exploratory committee, the early stage of a possible run for Wisconsin’s 32nd State Senate District. Feehan, who represents La Crosse’s 3rd District on the County Board, owns three local businesses with his wife Sue Kolve. He has also worked at Unilever Food Solutions for 16 years, most recently responsible for managing business with regional food service chains. Feehan is the current GOP chair for La Crosse County and serves on the county board of Health and the Criminal Justice Management Council. His website is www.feehanforsenate.com
32nd Senate District Challenger Surfaces
Seems like it's early....but State Senator, Jennifer Shilling, may have some competition in the 32nd Senate District later this year.
That's La Crosse County GOP Chair, and County Board Supervisor, Bill Feehan. He said a change in leadership....growing the economy and getting people back to work are his driving forces. Feehan says he'll know in about a month whether he will become an official candidate for the 32nd.
Harter Mum on Pay Cut Proposal
There might be several referendum questions facing La Crosse voters when they go to the polls in April. Depends on whether the city council overrides mayor Matt Harter's vetoes of three advisory measures. One referendum for sure; a binding one on whether the city should have a city administrator. The council votes next month on cutting the mayor's salary in half if that gets approved. Harter says he'd rather not comment on the salary issue
Advisory referendum questions vetoed by the mayor involve billboards and city council size.