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Right back to jail for a guy in La Crosse after a tussle with his girlfriend this week-end. Cops say 25 year-old Timothy Thurston isn't supposed to have contact with his girlfriend, but he got out of the pokey and went right to her northside place on Saturday. Apparently everything was going fine and then they started to fight. And then he started to beat her. And strangle her. Took awhile for the girlfriend to call the cops because Thurston broke her phone. Cops say he was passed out in the bedroom when they got there. He's still in jail today.
Tomorrow, La Crosse voters could change their form of government through a referendum at the polls. A ballot measure asks whether La Crosse should add a city administrator and take away some responsibilities from the mayor. Not all responsibilities, says Glen Jenkins from the group, Administrator, Yes
But there's still plenty to not like about the idea says councilman Jim Bloedorn who opposes the idea
If approved, the change would take effect next year.
Onalaska picking a mayor tomorrow at the polls. Joe Chilsen and Samantha Carter facing off in that race. We asked the candidates about their views on a number of issues facing the city of Onalaska. Both have an understanding of crime issues in the city. Chilsen's been on the city's police and fire commission for more than a decade. He's fine with safety in Onalaska
Samantha Carter works with Justice Sanctions in La Crosse county. She's a little more worried about the spread of drugs and crime that's infecting La Crosse and wants to establish more Neighborhood Watch groups
Chilsen or Carter replaces one-term mayor Mike Giese.
The La Crosse Community Theatre has a very big show to put on its new downtown stage a year from now...the musical 'Les Miserables.'
LCT executive director David Kilpatrick says his staffers tried getting the rights to 'Les Miz' a year ago by contacting the original British producer, and were turned down. But the company that handles the American rights to the play called the community theatre just last week, to offer the show to La Crosse.
'Les Miz' is scheduled to be the third play performed by LCT in the new building now being constructed on the riverfront. 'Macbeth' will be the opening show early next year.