Other topics included increasing community access to library resources
Crews will be fixing landslides and dropping trees along road
What does Ron Johnson have against higher education? The U.S. Senator from Wisconsin is trying to backpedal now after his controversial comments about college. Johnson mused that we can replace...
You may start seeing long-term tax relief in Wisconsin by April...
Administration Secretary Mike Huebsch says the Walker staff is working on many ways to cut down on a 900-million dollar surplus and reduce taxes. Huebsch expects changes soon in the state's tax withholding tables:
Speaking on WIZM's La Crosse Talk, Huebsch believes the withholding reforms and other proposals for lowering the surplus will get strong bipartisan support.
The Kids' Fishing Day at the Genoa National Fish Hatchery has been postponed until Saturday, February 15th. It had been scheduled for this Saturday, February 1st, but the date has been changed because of the risk of bad weather.
Joseph Smith will get yet another exam before his next competency hearing in La Crosse County Court...
Judge Dale Pasell is asking for two doctors to examine Smith, to see if he's competent to ask for a release from the Mendota institute. The next hearing is set for March 19th. Smith was found not guilty due to mental illness, after stabbing and wounding a La Crosse policeman during a traffic stop eight years ago. He spent four years at Mendota before being released briefly, but was re-committed when his mental condition became worse.
A retired dairy farmer from Soldiers Grove is the first democratic candidate for the 96th Assembly district.
Pete Flesch entered politics in 1999 by serving on his town board. Since then he's served as town chairman, county board member, and chairman of the Crawford county board.
The 96th district, currently represented by republican Lee Nerison co9uld become an open seat this year. Nerison has not said what his intentions are as of yet.
Is gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke throwing hints at the President to