Clinton's proposal would add 9 million
Yet, only 5.7 percent of Wisconsinites remain without health insurance
Apparently, Wisconsin state government is as good a steward of our tax dollars as it can possibly be. At least if you believe the various agencies which make up our...
Monroe County Sheriff Scott Perkins reports the Monroe County 911 Communications Center received a 911 call of an armed robbery which took place at approximately 3:00 a.m. at the Leon Country Tavern in the Township of Leon.
A lone male suspect brandished a semi-automatic pistol to a female subject who was closing the tavern. She had went to start her vehicle when she was accosted by the suspect. The suspect forced his way into the tavern and demanded cash from the register and safe. After receiving the money the suspect fled on foot to a waiting vehicle on one of the side streets and left the area.
The subject is described as a white male, approximately 5 feet 6 inches tall with a stocky build and dark hair. He was last seen wearing a hooded sweatshirt and mask.
This matter remains under investigation by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. The Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance with any information they may have on the matter. You can either call the Sheriff’s Office at 608-269-2117, Monroe County Crime Stoppers at 608-269-7867 or 608-372-7867.
Another veteran weighing in on the services provided by the VA. Recent
The search for a 23 year old La Crosse man has ended with police finding the body today of John Dwyer in Wisconsin Dells. Dwyer was last seen on Sunday in the Dells
Dells Police said a person kayaking on the Wisconsin River reported finding a body at about 12:20 today. The body was later identified as Dwyer.
Wisconsin Dells police said Dwyer’s body was located on the river bank, and his injuries appear to be consistent with a fall.
Governor Walker apparently will benefit personally from the tuition freeze
Governor Walker says he won't change his mind on medicaid. Walker was
Gundersen Health Plan and Unity Health Plans Insurance Corporation have announced the signing of a non-binding letter of intent to explore a new partnership that will benefit both organizations.
Gundersen and Unity, an affiliate of UW Health, believe provider-sponsored health plans offer an important health insurance option to their current and future members. The goal of a partnership is to help facilitate a way for patients to access local health care and to help manage the health of larger populations, utilizing the best of each organization's products and practices.
Dr. Gary Lenth, CEO and Medical Director of Gundersen Health Plan says they believe that a partnership between these health plans will draw upon the best of both organizations to enhance the ability to meet future challenges and continue this tradition of service and excellence.
The Milwaukee Bucks and Wisconsin legislative leaders say the governor's $220