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Gun rights advocate thinks universal background checks miss point

26 April 2017
Gun rights advocate thinks universal background checks miss point

"Gun violence isn't occurring from law-abiding citizens," says Wisconsin Carry's Nik Clark.

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Storm Mess Includes Destroyed Amish Store

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Some places got hit much worse than others by a line of fast moving storms that blasted through the region this morning. While La Crosse saw a little rain and…

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Tuesday - June 23, 2015 12:00 am

Gun Rights Advocate: Carry More Guns to Church

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New restrictions on gun ownership? Some were calling for that immediately in the wake of the Charleston church shooting. Nik Clark, president of gun rights group, Wisconsin Carry, says that's…

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First celebration of its kind in La Crosse. But it won't be the last. Juneteenth in Saturday in Copeland Park in La Crosse. At some point, during the day-long celebration,…

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Trying to do a wheelie on a motorcycle did not turn out well for a rider in Genoa this weekend. Forty-six-year-old Michael Townsend of Hillsboro lost control of his cycle…

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Holmen and Onalaska have had some boundary fights in recent years, but they're trying to put the fighting behind them. This week, the two neighboring communities are hosting a public…

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USO Office Celebrated at Fort McCoy

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Dozens of soldiers camping on duty at Fort McCoy got to enjoy a weekend picnic...courtesy of the U-S-O. They got hot dogs and chips to celebrate the service agency's arrival…

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Friday - June 19, 2015 12:00 am

Administrator Salary Vote Coming

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Four more years for the county administrator are at stake in La Crosse County meetings tonight. The county executive committee will meet tonight, before the regular monthly county board session.…

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Make it easier, not harder, to vote

25 April 2017

The election was rigged. We heard that throughout the course of the recent presidential campaign. It wasn't true of course. There is no evidence of millions of illegal immigrants casting...

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Mr. Zielke becomes the mayor, 42 years ago

26 April 2017

It was no April Fool's joke on the 1st of April in 1975, when La Crosse voters ousted two-term mayor Peter Gilbertson in favor of city council president Patrick Zielke....

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