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Monday, 28 January 2013 15:44

Unity House Loses Drugs in Theft

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They've printed a few hundred ballots, in case there's a big turnout...

But the La Crosse City Clerk's office isn't making a prediction about how many voters could cast ballots in a special recall race tomorrow. City council president Audrey Kader is being opposed for her 11th district council seat by Gage Maurer and Jerome Gundersen. Kader is accused of trying to limit the amount of public comment at city council meetings, and of ignoring the wishes of the public. Just one polling place will be open for the election...St. Paul's Lutheran Church, on West Avenue. If no one gets more than 50 per cent of the vote on Tuesday, there will be a second election in late February.

 

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Monday, 28 January 2013 11:54

From 11 To 83 They Want Math

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A new, free, online course being offered by UW-Lacrosse helps to fine

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Monday, 28 January 2013 11:53

New Measures Looked At For Northside School

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Monday, 28 January 2013 11:52

Hearings On College's Begins Today

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A series of hearings at the state Capitol will focus on how the recession has

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Monday, 28 January 2013 11:51

Wisconsin Democrats Gearing Up

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The 2012 elections are barely over, but Wisconsin Democrats are already

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A judge from out-of-county will be assigned to try a town of Campbell man who made threats against one La Crosse judge.

All of the judges in La Crosse County are recusing themselves from the case of Raymond Smith Jr., who allegedly threatened to harm Judge Ramona Gonzalez during a talk with a counselor. Smith's attorney, Kyle Davis, says it's unfair to bar his client from the courthouse or other public buildings, claiming that would make Smith a "court-ordered recluse."  Judge Elliott Levine says Smith can enter county buildings, if he has a specific appointment in one of those buildings. Smith's cash bond was reduced by more than half, to 10-thousand dollars.

 

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Friday, 25 January 2013 11:46

School Security Measures Beefed Up In La Crosse

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The days of just walking right into Hamilton Elementary School in La Crosse

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Friday, 25 January 2013 10:44

Minnesota Colleges Under The Microscope

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Lawmakers in Minnesota will hold hearings next week that will

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