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Medicaid money could help those in county jail, says La Crosse supervisor
The city of La Crosse and the Wisconsin Department of Transportation haven't exactly seen eye to eye lately. In fact, the dispute over the best design for the renovation of...
NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell and Pittsburg Steelers President Art Rooney, were in Minnesota Friday with one goal in mind.........get a new Vikings stadium bill passed...and do it now.
The pair met with Governor Mark Dayton and a handlful of lawmakers in the capitol. Goodell said he made no implied threats but in reality he didn't need to. The NFL head said that the team and league are giving the state another 10 or so days of exclusivity before opening the door to relocation alternatives.
The UW-La Crosse Football and Dance teams will once again be staging the 6th Annual Rob Wagner Cancer Benefit tonight and tomorrow. Wagner's teammate, Eric Johnson started the event.
Wagner was diagnosed with cancer in his wrist which led to him to cut his football career short at UW-L. The benefit, with proceeds going to Gunderson Lutheran Steppin Out In Pink progra, is tonight at 7pm and tomorrow night at 5, both being held at the Graff Main Hall Auditorium. In 5 years they have raised over $5o thousand.
La Crosse Fire Chief, Greg Cleveland, is applauding the news that the Department of Military Affairs is scrapping plans to alter the way local hazardous materials teams are funded. He says he saw the plan.
He says the decision to protect funding for local fire departments will help to create stability for businesses, communities and first responders.
Last week, the West Salem School Board formally approved an employee handbook for the 2012-2013 school year. The 62-page document replaces the agreements that were in place until last year when the the state Legislature voted to curtail most public workers’ collective bargaining rights. Something totally new for Superintendent, Troy Gunderson.
Gunderson says in the coming months they will be setting things up in a more professional manner, but it’s going to take some hard work from everybody.
Seems as though the NFL is leaning on the State of Minnesota to get a new stadium bill passed....and now. Joining Governor Mark Dayton this morning was NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Pittsburgh Steelers Owner, Art Rooney, who is also on the NFL's Stadium Board.
Rooney says they did not threaten the Vikings to get a stadium bill passed.....just an indicator from the NFL that a combined solution has to be made.....and soon.