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Two more drug makers involved in a meth making operation at the Sylvan Glen Supper Club in Stoddard will face trial.
34 year old Wade McLees of Richland Center and 24 year old Cody DeLao of Lacrosse have both been indicted on charges related to the September 2010 meth making operation. Both are accused of making and selling meth with Cody Polus, Angela Davis, Travis Johnson and Amber Johnson in the supper club. Those 4 are already serving prison sentences.
The pair face more then 20 years in prison and will go on trial in January.
A Red Wing couple has offered a burial site for the infant girl found floating down the Mississippi River in a bag over the memorial weekend.
U.S.News & World Report’s 2012 America’s Best Colleges list includes UW-Lacrosse at number 2 for the second year in a row. But U.S.News also listed UW-L among A-Plus Schools for B Students.
UW-Lacrosse Chancellor Joe Gow says the ranking continues UW-L’s trend of being ranked second or third among the Midwest’s public universities for the past 11 years. Truman State University in Missouri once again earned the top spot. .
An update now on a fatal crash that happened in Trempealeau County Friday afternoon.
40 year old John Lawson Jr. of Eleva died after his truck was hit by an SUV that had been rear ended by a semi on Highway 10 near Strum. Lawsons pickup rolled over several times and caught on fire. He had been thrown from the truck.
The driver of the SUV, 66 year old Ronald Harper and the semi driver, 31 year old Jason Kluender, were not injured. Alcohol was not a factor in the crash.
La Crosse police have cited seven men and one woman after a swim in the Mississippi on Saturday. Police say, Saturday afternoon, a couple people jumped in the water at Pettibone Park to swim across. Apparently, looked like a good idea for some others. Eventually all eight got in, although a couple of them came back after getting tired. Eventually 15 police and fire vehicles and three boats responded to the river to rescue any of the swimmers. All eight survived. All eight collected $177 disorderly conduct tickets.