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10 thin slices prosciutto 2-1/2 cups heavy cream 5 cups cooked (al dente) ditalini pasta sea salt freshly ground black pepper 6 oz Brie, cut into small cubes 1/3 cup...
Campus had largest incoming class since 1979
This is quite a cash grab by La Crosse's Mayor. Tim Kabat shocked those working in the local tourism industry when he decided the city should get more of the...
There's been calls for a special session for Wisconsin legislators. The hope is that special session would focus on job creation in the state. But Holmen state assembly candidate, Bruce Evers doesn't think a special legislative session would come to much. Unless it was focused on business de-regulation
Evers hopes to face democrat state rep, Steve Doyle in the fall. He has to get past an August primary against West SAlem's Kevin Hintz first.
Not long now, there will be wide swath of land in downtown Holmen where several buildings used to be. The village has bought up the properties near Halfway Creek Park for a likely library. And the process of demolition is moving along, says village president Nancy Proctor
Although the plan for a village building definitely includes a library, there might be other uses for it as well. Those decisions, says Proctor, will be made by next spring.
The number of Wisconsin frac sand mining operations has more than doubled in the past year and the state leads the nation in production. But La Crossse County has not figured into the boom. The county has recieved no applications for frac sand mining at all. Why?
Nathan Sampson is the county planning and zoning director and he says another reason this county has had no applications could be zoning regulations. He says the county is not saying no to frac sand mining it's just that they want to make sure safe guards in place.
Tomorrow night, the La Crosse County Republican Party will be hosting a debate between 94th Assembly District candidates Bruce Evers and Kevin Hintz.
Due to Coast Guard regulations restricting how volunteers can be reimbursed for their assistance, the National Guard FLW College Fishing tournament originally scheduled for Thursday on the Mississippi River in La Crosse has been moved to Sunday, August 5th on Rend Lake.
Several young men brought to La Crosse County court on Monday ended up there because of an alleged fight between rival gangs this weekend...
City police arrested six people on Saturday, after a confrontation led to a gun being fired into the air. The actual shooter apparently has not been charged yet...but Yia Vang of Holmen claims he yelled at the kid who pulled the gun. Vang is charged with disorderly conduct and trying to obstruct police. Another defendant, Teng Xiong, was picked up on a warrant issued a year ago when he failed to appear in court on a past drug case.
So far, there's been little movement on a plan to hold a special legislative session on jobs in Madison. More's the pity, says Onalaska state rep, Steve Doyle. Especially in light of depressing jobs estimates from the feds that say the state lost about 12 thousand jobs in June. Jobs action, says Doyle, can't wait for the regular legislative session to start
The fed numbers show Wisconsin leading the nation in jobs losses. But those federal estimates have been wrong in the past.
Some in La Crosse are using lots of water to try and keep lawns green. Water getting pumped from the city's water utility prove that out. But the volume levels during this drought summer don't come close to the all time high of about 37 million gallons pumped on one day in a very hot, dry summer day in 1988. Highest this summer: about 21 million gallons. Why the change? Awareness mostly, says water utility manager Mark Johnson
Average water volumes in the city for July are typically 13 to 14 million gallons per day. The utility has a max capacity of 40 million gallons.