Taste of Home Cooking School
South Hall at the La Crosse Center
November 4th, 2014
General Admission $16.90
Doors open at 4:45
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Members of Wisconsin's Assembly might be sleeping in today. That's after back to back days of late nights and early mornings in the state capitol. And it was apparent that some were getting fiesty around 1:30 this morning.
Democratic Minority Leader Peter Barca accused the GOP of ignoring the Assembly's tradition of not interrupting the other party's caucuses. After Republican Jeff Fitzgerald responded to Barca, someone in the audience then yelled an obscenity at Fitzgerald, and the speaker pro-tem had the gallery cleared.
Democratic State Senator, Kathleen Vinehout, has had a bullseye on her back ever since she and 13 others left the state back in February to protest a Republican plan to sharply curtail union rights for public employees. Since then, she has been the top Democrat on the republican's list of recall candidates. Until this week.... when the GOP said they have backed off that pledge. Vinehout says she is keeping her ears and eyes open.
Last week Senator Jennifer Shilling said she was all prepared to talk jobs in Madison. Nothing. Now, Senator kathleen Vinehout is repeating those words.
And with the special session out now until Tuesday, Vinehout says she has no clue WHEN jobs will make the senate floor.
A longtime area baseball coach has died.
Jim Mason, a former coach at Viroqua High School and 1986 inductee into the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame died Thursday at Vernon Memorial Hospital in Viroqua. Funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. on Tuesday at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Viroqua. Visitation is from 4 to 6 p.m. on Monday in Viroqua.
Changes in the Doyle administration sex ed bill passed last year are coming. On Wednesday, the state senate passed the GOP bill by a 17-15 vote. Democrats called the legislation foolish and unrealistic, but Republicans forced the measure through. It now goes to the state Assembly, though it's unclear whether the chamber will consider the bill this year. So will it change the way sex ed is taught in the Lacrosse School District?