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Anderson was also found to be in possession of a loaded 9 mm loaded handgun. He told police he needed it for protection.
Anderson was in a Lacrosse County Courtroom today and is being charged with manufacture/delivery of THC, possession with intent to deliver THC and maintaining a drug trafficking place, all with use of a dangerous weapon, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of cocaine.
If you need a haircut or style for the holidays and want it for free......then you may want to stop by your local Cost Cutters on Sunday. Donate a can and get a cut is this years theme for area stylists who, according to Maggie Seidenstricker, wanted to give back this year.
It's being held from 4-6 and local Cost Cutters include Onalaska, La Crosse, Sparta, Tomah and Prairie du Chien. Benefiting food pantries include Onalaska & Holmen Food Basket, The Salvation Army, Couleecap in Sparta and Wafer Food Pantry in La Crosse.
A University of Wisconsin System spokesman says election officials have approved nine campuses' designs for secondary college ID cards for voting. A new state law requires voters to show photo identification at the polls starting in 2012. College IDs qualify if they expire within two years of being issued. Many institutions, however, typically issue four or five year IDs. UW-Lacrosse Chancellor, Joe Gow says it's nothing new to them.
Looks like an electronics filled Christmas for some thieves in Winona. Lots of electronics.
Last Wednesday afternoon, 3 men walked into the Fleet Farm, one leaving
shortly after going in the store. The other two took a large hockey
equipment bag from a shelf and began filling it with electronics and sporting
goods. Items stolen? A crossbow, Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360 and
Playstation 3 game systems, telephones, DVD players, a BB pistol and other
items. Worth close to three grand. The men then left the store, loaded the bag
filled with merchandise into a waiting car and took off.
All of a sudden, a couple La Crosse Aquinas graduates have been thrust into the spotlight.
Payton Sterba, now a student at Marquette, and Matt Haupert, at Drake, have produced what has turned into a bit of an internet video sensation Aaron Rodgers tribute
"I could be your Jordy" is the name of the song
Payton Sterba. He and Haupert wrote and recorded the Rodgers song while they were in La Crosse for Thanksgiving together. The video is also filmed in La Crosse and scenes include UWL, Riverside Park, and the Glory Days bar downtown.