There's No Stopping Trane After 100 Years
A family business that started on La Crosse's riverfront in 1913 now employs people in over 50 countries a century later...
The Trane Company held its 100th birthday party back on the riverfront on Tuesday, at the La Crosse Center...with hundreds of local employees attending. The international president of the Machinists Union, Tom Buffenbarger, came to La Crosse for the event. He said the success of Trane, and its union workers, do not stop on an anniversary. Other speakers also talked about a bright future for Trane, anticipating that the company can adapt to changes in science and living habits. Buffenbarger toured a Trane plant in La Crosse, and met several workers who have been with the chiller maker for 40 years or more.
Gundersen Gets Healthier
Gundersen Lutheran is now one of 17 health systems throughout the nation that
Cycle Gets 100 MPH In City...Rider Gets In Crash, Then Goes To Jail
A two-county police chase this weekend lands a Sparta man in jail...
Dillon Parks was arrested after crashing his motorcycle near Bangor on Saturday. Sparta Police saw Parks speeding through that city, and then they lost him. Monroe County sheriff's officers spotted Parks outside of Sparta, but stopped following him after he was clocked at 100 miles an hour. The third time cops saw Parks, his cycle had crashed. He has a previous speeding conviction on his record.
No Pay For New Garbage System
The Onalaska Common Counci approved a seven year waste
Tornado Sirens To Cellphones
MADISON, Wis. (AP) Tornado sirens around the state could one day be replaced by cellphone warnings, a technology that's cheaper and potentially more reliable. Cellphone alerts are already being used, but in conjunction with tornado sirens.