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Holmen comeback comes up short, Central falls On its brand new field for the first ...
Require neonicotinoid pesticide application be necessary for prevention of significant ...
Logan dedicates new football field at 6:45 p.m. Last week football in Wisconsin got ...
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Tollways could be way to fund road projects in Wisconsin

26 August 2016
Tollways could be way to fund road projects in Wisconsin

New ideas being bounced around to pay for state's infrastructure

Women's group supporting Trump says Republicans need to unite

26 August 2016
Women's group supporting Trump says Republicans need to unite

Party needs to be reminded, alternative to Trump is Clinton

Logan breaks in new turf against opponent for first time tonight

26 August 2016
Logan breaks in new turf against opponent for first time tonight

Rangers go from playing on basically dirt to new field turf

Conservancy fundraising to buy batcave(s)

25 August 2016
Conservancy fundraising to buy batcave(s)

Caves in Kickapoo home to three endangered species

Wisconsin U.S. Senator takes on "cartel" of higher education

25 August 2016

What does Ron Johnson have against higher education? The U.S. Senator from Wisconsin is trying to backpedal now after his controversial comments about college. Johnson mused that we can replace...

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Monday, 04 February 2013 11:49

City To Take Over OmniCenter

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Onalaska's Omni Center will be looking for a new management team come April.

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Monday, 04 February 2013 11:48

Indian Site Garners Statewide Award

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An interesting award for a local group that lives to find old bones and

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Monday, 04 February 2013 10:47

Lawmaker Wants to Cut Pay, Hours of Legislature

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Wisconsin has a full-time legislature that really doesn't put in full-time

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Friday, 01 February 2013 15:03

One Dead In Monroe County Head On Crash

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A woman from Tomah died this morning in a head on crash in Monroe County just after 9. A westbound car on Highway 16 attempted to pass another car coming down a hill. The driver saw traffic coming in the other direction and tried to get back into its lane. The driver lost control, fishtailed and went into the on-coming traffic. The westbound car struck the eastbound car head on.

 

The passenger of the westbound car, a 49-year-old female from Tomah was pronounced dead at the scene. Passengers in one car were transported to Tomah Memorial Hospital and the driver of the westbound vehicle was taken to the Mayo Health Care System, Sparta for his injuries. The driver of the eastbound car was extricated and transported to Gunderson Lutheran Hospital in LaCrosse by Med Link Air. The identities of those involved in the accident are not being released pending notification of family.


The crash remains under investigation by the Monroe County Sheriff's Department and the Wisconsin State Patrol.

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Friday, 01 February 2013 12:53

Salvation Army Surpasses Their Goal

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The  La Crosse Salvation Army raised about $678

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Friday, 01 February 2013 12:43

Van Driver In Sir Speedy Crash Pleads Guilty

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A guilty plea today from the driver who left a big hole in the wall at Sir Speedy on Rose Street last December...

Seventeen-year-old Clifton Traywick now admits to crashing a van stolen from a local construction firm into the printing shop. Traywick and a passenger who allegedly stole the vehicle were trying to avoid police the night of December 14th. The van was going about 80 miles an hour before the crash. Traywick said he ran from the scene after the accident, because he didn't have a valid license.

 

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If republican lawmakers in Madison have their way, the secretary of

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Friday, 01 February 2013 11:01

Mascot Issue Marches On

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(AP) Parents of students in a southeastern Wisconsin school district have asked the state Supreme Court to decide whether the state schools superintendent can legally order schools to drop American Indian mascots.

James R. Schoolcraft and Craig Vertz sued after the state Department of Public Instruction ordered the Mukwonago Area School District to drop its Indians nickname and logo. A circuit court judge blocked the DPI's order but the 2nd District Court of Appeals upheld it last month, ruling Schoolcraft and Vertz had no legal standing to sue.

The men's attorney, Samuel Hall, asked the Supreme Court on Friday to take the case. He argues state statutes that allow DPI to order schools to drop tribal nicknames are unconstitutional.

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Friday, 01 February 2013 10:58

Dont Talk Trash About The DOC

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(AP) Wisconsin Corrections Secretary Ed Wall is warning employees of his department they could lose their job if they spread what he calls ``false or malicious information'' about the agency. An email provided to The Associated Press by a Corrections employee and confirmed as authentic by the department shows Wall sent the message on Monday.

Wall writes he is disturbed about rumors floating around the 10,000-employee agency that it may be opening a new prison or privatizing operations. He says those rumors are baseless and says ``people who are involved in spreading that rumor should stop immediately.''

He says doing so is a workplace violation that will be ``strictly enforced.''

Wall adds, ``Improper use of email causes problems and has cost people their jobs. Please don't be one of them.''

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