Wisconsin became the 49th state that allows residents to carry concealed weapons a month ago. And there, still, are no rules in place at the Lacrosse Center when it comes to carrying concealed weapons. No problems have been reported there.....but the center board needs some direction says Art Fahey.
The Lacrosse City Council does not meet until next week to consider a veto override of Mayor Matt Harter's decision to veto the concealed carry ordinance....and Fahey says the board wants some direction now. They meet today at 4pm.
The Lacrosse Skyrockers are getting ready for a bigger and better New Years Eve fireworks show......and a little change in where they prepare everything is not deterring them one bit. Just ask Chief Skyrocker, Pat Bonadurer.
The blufftop park is closed due to construction but thanks to the La Crosse
Parks and Recreation Department and Fowler
In the near future...you may be seeing a different kind of flu vaccine. An experimental DNA plasmid vaccine appears to overcome some of the limitations of current vaccines by offering protection against a wide variety of strains, report researchers. So is it just science fiction? One local doctor says nope.
Dr. C.J. Menagh with Mayo Clini Health Systems, says the current vaccines people recieve are outdated and he will be watching this latest DNA trend. But in the meantime, Menagh recommends you should still get a flu shot every year.
A garbage finding in Duluth may be anything but unusual.
A study of trash around Duluth found that people in the area are throwing millions of recyclable cans and bottles in the garbage every year. Sustainability coordinator in La Crosse county, Nich Nichols isn't surprised that trashing recyclables is routine for so many
Nichols says a study of garbage in the waste stream in La Crosse would find similar levels of trashed recyclables.
First hurdle cleared for adding a top administrator in city hall. A La Crosse council committee last night is the first to agree to a plan to add a city administrator. The right thing to do, says councilman Bob Seaquist
But ron Clark is among those who spoke at the committee meeting against the plan
the full council will have to approve the city administrator proposal on a two thirds vote.