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Education control remains elusive for power-hungry politicians

24 May 2016

It irks many politicians when there are things they want to control, but can't. In Wisconsin, that is education. The politicians have tried their best to take control of how...

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Tuesday, 13 May 2014 09:55

Kwik Trip Plans Building On Sparta's East Side

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A Kwik Trip store located on Sparta's east side is about to go under a huge

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Tuesday, 13 May 2014 09:53

Don Weber Day Says Walker

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La Crosse's Don Weber gets a little time in a statewide spotlight, thanks to

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Tuesday, 13 May 2014 09:51

UW-L Wants More Students To Study Abroad

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UW-L is committed to increasing the number of study abroad students on campus

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Tuesday, 13 May 2014 09:49

One Of A Kind Park Going Up In Tomah

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The City of Tomah is underway with some new construction. Joe Protz is with

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Monday, 12 May 2014 11:57

More Honored For Heroism

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It was a near-disaster on I-90 last January. After a car and pickup

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Monday, 12 May 2014 11:55

Judge Lister To Retire

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An area judge has settled on his retirement date. Judge Thomas Lister of

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Monday, 12 May 2014 11:53

Governor From La Crosse Passes Away

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He may be best remembered in Wisconsin as the governor who pushed for the

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Lincoln Middle School teacher Terri Johnson was recognized recently for her outstanding service to pre-service teachers by Viterbo University. Viterbo’s School of Education honored Johnson with the Wisconsin Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Pre-Service Educator Mentor Award. For the past 9 years, Johnson has been one of Viterbo’s premier cooperating teachers, providing outstanding support and mentorship for pre-service teachers. “Terri is not only an outstanding educator, but also highly committed to the teaching profession,” shares Principal Melissa Murray. “She goes above and beyond to provide outstanding student teaching experiences for the Viterbo students. It is a pleasure to watch the future teachers gain confidence and skill under Terri’s mentorship.”

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The first domino has fallen in La Crosse county's elaborate plans to move

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