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Under the deal, the city will own a new parking ramp but generally won't be able to charge for parking for 13 years. Construction on the ramp is scheduled to start in July. Groundbreaking for a third Riverside Center building under the deal is supposed to happen on May 15th.
The state crime lab has been called to Tomah, to look into the death of a 53-year-old man. Police found Vance Evans dead in a house, after receiving a call from 9-1-1 early Tuesday morning. Evans had been shot.
THE LONG-TIME BUSINESS MANAGER FOR A LA CROSSE PLUMBING COMPANY IS ACCUSED OF STEALING ALMOST A MILLION DOLLARS FROM THE BUSINESS OVER THE LAST DECADE...
BOND FOR 62-YEAR-OLD GARY DEML IS SET AT HALF-A-MILLION DOLLARS. INVESTIGATORS SAY DEML HAS TAKEN UP TO 150-THOUSAND DOLLARS A YEAR FROM BERNIE BUCHNER PLUMBING AND HEATING SINCE 2001, PUTTING MUCH OF IT INTO AN ACCOUNT FOR A COMPANY HE USED TO OWN IN SPARTA. THE BUCHNER FAMILY HAD ASSUMED THAT DEML'S COMPANY WENT OUT OF EXISTENCE WHEN THEY HIRED HIM. A CRIMINAL COMPLAINT SAYS THE OWNERS WERE UNAWARE THAT BUCHNER PLUMBING HAD NOT PAID ANY TAXES IN THE LAST NINE YEARS, AND OWED A MILLION-AND-A-HALF DOLLARS JUST TO THE I-R-S.
A state honor for a La Crosse woman for her work with school students. Executive director of Coulee Council on Addictions, Pat Ruda has been named the Wisconsin Business Person of the Year by the state's Future Business Leaders of America organization. For the award, Ruda was cited for her work mentoring students in the local FBLA chapter and for teaching about the importance that non-profits like hers play in the business world.
La Crosse county: Burn 'em if you got 'em. The Town of Campbell lifted its burning ban yesterday. It was the last remaining open burning ban in La Crosse county. The ban went into effect after a significant shortage of rain caused dangerously dry conditions. The half inch or so of rain that fell over the week-end altered those conditions considerably.