Viroqua's Big Plans for Referendum Cash: Nothing Big at All

Roofing, flooring, blacktop patching. Nothing really scintillating in the works for money that Viroqua schools will be getting because of a successful referendum last week. But just getting by with referendum money seems like how things are going to be from now on to Viroqua superintendent, Bob Knadle.  Last week, Viroqua voters approved a five year referendum that will give the district an extra quarter million a year starting next school year

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