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When you don't want to pay rent, can you just say, 'no?' Shelby Youth Baseball essentially did. In a letter to the city of La Crosse. Shelby Ball leaders addressed the new five hundred dollar per year rent they were being asked to pay for a parking lot across from Shelby fields. City Public Works director Dale Hexom says numerous exchanges with Shelby has him convinced that they're not going to pay the rent that the city council approved last year. And since people at the fields will use the parking lot anyway, he's recommending to the council that they simply return to the original dollar per year rent deal.
Investigators in Winona County don't know yet why a car carrying three young men went off a county road and slammed into a tree yesterday.
The driver, identified as 18-year-old Blake Eckert, was killed in the crash. Two passengers were sent to hospitals in Winona and La Crosse. The crash happened Monday afternoon near Rollingstone.
Every spring for more than 20 years, Terry Erickson used to publicly introduce new members of the La Crosse Boys and Girls Club Wall of Fame.
This spring, it's Erickson himself who's getting the honor. He headed the club from the early 70's until retiring just a couple of years ago. And Terry can still be amazed when people come up and thank him for the club's work. Terry Erickson will be inducted into the Boys and Girls Club Wall of Fame on May 21st. The 25th annual induction dinner will be in the Cargill Room at Logistics Health.
For the second time in two days, a bicyclist has been clipped by a car in an intersection in La Crosse. Sunday, it was a woman by UWL who ran over a guy she didn't see. Someone had to yell at her to let her know she was dragging the guy under her car. On Monday, another car, another intersection. This time, it was a 26 year-old guy plowing over a girl on her bike by the post office. Both drivers were ticketed for the collisions.