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Reward money donated to find vandals at Northern Hills

29 July 2015
Reward money donated to find vandals at Northern Hills

Retired Col., Nelson donates check to Northern Hills 

Bandshell needs makeover

29 July 2015
Bandshell needs makeover

City waiting for transfer of property

Bucks arena deal passes Assembly

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Bucks arena deal passes Assembly

Half-billion dollar proposal heads to Governor Walker

Lawmakers supporting veteran legislation

28 July 2015
Lawmakers supporting veteran legislation

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Some change to Wisconsin open records laws ok

29 July 2015

Once again, they are talking in Madison about making changes to the state's open records laws. But this time it may not be a bad thing. Open government activists are...

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Monday, 01 April 2013 15:17

Weather Forces Forest Trails to Close

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A big drop for alternate side parking tickets in La Crosse this

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Folks living in Houston County will be getting phone calls this week, asking them to help fix up the Caledonia community swimming pool.

A volunteer group starts a week-long 'Phon-a-thon' tonight. Phon-a-thon leader Carolyn Medin says more than a million dollars has been raised so far...but they need 100-thousand dollars more to start construction after this summer.  Medin says the main swimming pool in Caledonia would be renovated, and a baby pool would be converted into a zero-depth pool.

 

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Monday, 01 April 2013 10:19

We Are Under A Manure Advisory......Seriously

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Here's a weather advisory you don't hear a lot about. We are under a high

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Monday, 01 April 2013 10:13

Frac Sand Competition?

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Monday, 01 April 2013 10:12

Ice Ice Fall Through Baby

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Warden Tyler Strelow of La Crosse calls weekends like the one Wisconsin just

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Friday, 29 March 2013 15:58

Blown Tire Leads To Crash

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A blown tire led to a couple from Cashton ending up in the hospital. The

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The court process wheels are spinning in Florida for a man who escaped

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Village leaders in Holmen may take the month of April off from arguing over fluoride...

We're told that an engineering firm probably won't have recommendations for changing Holmen's fluoridation system until the May village board meeting. This month, the board asked Davy Engineering to work on ways that the mothballed fluoridation system in Holmen could be altered to use a different, safer form of fluoride. Public works director Dean Olson says the change could cost as much as 70-thousand dollars. The village has suspended fluoridation for the last two years, because many critics consider fluoride unhealthy.

 

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