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Wednesday, 21 November 2012 11:57

3 Arrested For Narcotics

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Jamesson                                       Doolittle                                  Kohler

 

Multiple arrests have been made in Vernon County resulting from a narcotics investigation. Three people were taken into custody after simultaneous search warrants were executed in Vernon and LaCrosse County. 37 year old Mona Kohler, age 37, of Stoddard was arrested following a search warrant at Evergreen Court in Stoddard. She will be charged with multiple counts of delivery and possession of methamphetamine.

Arrested in the Town of Shelby, where a search warrant was executed at La Crosse Mobile Home Court, were 36 year old Mark Jamesson and 39 year old Jed Doolittle both of La Crosse. They will be charged with multiple counts of delivery and conspiracy to deliver crack cocaine.

The investigation was headed by the Vernon County Sheriff s Office and members of the West Central Metropolitan Enforcement Group. More arrests are imminent.

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Wednesday, 21 November 2012 09:23

Clerk Says Keeping Same Day Better Option

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Same day voter registration could be in its waning days in Wisconsin., 

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Wednesday, 21 November 2012 09:22

City Council Changes Tune on Reserves and Taxes

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No property tax increase after all from the city of La Crosse. After

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Wednesday, 21 November 2012 09:04

Hixon Hunt Coming

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Hixon Forest will once again be the site of a special 2 day hunt coming up in

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Wednesday, 21 November 2012 09:04

Minnesota Talks Turkey All The Time

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They produce big birds. And millions of them. Minnesota Turkey Growers

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Tuesday, 20 November 2012 21:35

Second Version Of Healthy Dining Guide Is Out

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The first version was so popular, they came out with a sequel...

Gundersen Lutheran and the La Crosse County health department have issued an updated version of the Healthy Dining Guide, listing dozens of restaurants in this area that serve healthy menu items. County nutritionist Linda Lee says the guide reflects the growing demand for health-conscious choices when eating out.

 

Lee suggests that customers could ask owners of restaurants not in the dining guide to have their business included in a future edition of the book.

 

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Plenty of kids would like to see a new bike, or maybe a skateboard, by the tree on Christmas morning.

And they might like to get a new helmet to go along with those wheels, according to La Crosse attorney Brian Weber. Which is a change from when their parents were kids, and head protection wasn't cool for biking or boarding, but Weber says young riders are used to helmets now.  Weber, from the Johns Flaherty law firm, participates in a yearly toy-safety report. He says the toys with wheels are high on the holiday hazard list...along with toys that include magnets or other small parts that can be swallowed.

 

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A judge's sentence is supposed to end a trial where a criminal has been convicted...unless the convicted person decides to appeal.

Jesse Herrmann of Holmen is keeping his drunk-driving case alive, nearly a year after getting a prison term for causing a young woman's death in a crash. La Crosse D-A Tim Gruenke sees many appeals, a year or more after trial, so he's not surprised that Herrmann is asking for a change in sentence.  Gruenke is providing briefs for Judge Ramona Gonzalez to review, so she can decide whether to reconsider the 30-year term. Herrmann believes the judge is biased against drunk drivers, because a sister of hers was killed by someone driving drunk.

 

 

 

 

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Tuesday, 20 November 2012 09:18

Smoking Going Down

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Teenage smoking rates are dropping...and in Wisconsin...the numbers look

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