Late For Work Permission Slip
Frustrated with all the road construction in La Crosse? Is your boss angry because the congestion is making you late for work? Then print off this handy permission slip and hand it your boss, compliments of WIZM!
You had better think twice about texting or facebooking someone in Viroqua mean and nasty things. It's all a part of a new ordinance aimed at cracking down on the growing problem says Police Chief, Darren Jefson.
And in return, if your found guility of course, you will be handed a fine of $298.
Week number two now for absentee voting for the upcoming recall elections. We checked in with La Crosse City Clerk, Teri Lehrke, on the response so far.
Lehrke says in the meantime they continue to process written requests and permanent absentee ballots for those that can't get out. Wisconsin's primary is next Tuesday.
Maybe more time for a special committee coming up with new rules for electronic billboards in La Crosse. This week, the city council begins the process of extending a moratorium on new electronic signs while a sign committee continues its work. End result? Good question, says sign committee member and city councilman, Jim Bloedorn
The current moratorium on electronic signs has been in place for almost a year.
Most in his party didn't like the stand he took on a mining bill this year, but Richland Center republican state senator Dale Schultz has been awarded for that stand. The Wisconsin Wildlife Federation has given Schultz and two others the group's Conservationist of the Year Award for sticking by their principles to block a mining bill in the state despite political pressure to do otherwise.
Schultz says he's honored by the award. And the criticism from within his own party? Part of the game of politics, he says.
(AP) The pressure is building on Minnesota legislators as they enter what could be the final week of session. Legislators so far have little to show for their work, but that could change rapidly. A new session for the Minnesota Vikings, borrowing for construction projects and tax changes are the major issues in play heading into Monday's floor sessions. The stadium bill has been the most-watched issue of the session. Gov. Mark Dayton has pushed hard for a $1 billion project on the site of the current Metrodome that would guarantee the Vikings' future in Minnesota for the next 30 years. The proposal has limped through several committees bu hasn't had floor votes yet.