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The last part of the Hanifl Canopy at Cameron Park has been re-opened, and Mayor Tim Kabat was among the VIP's celebrating the history of the Market Square area on Friday, along with members of the Hanifl family, who urged the park department to finish the canopy along King Street. The canopy is the centerpiece of the Friday farmers' market that happens at Cameron during the summer. The project began almost 10 years ago, and cost more than 350-thousand dollars.
A motorcycle crash Saturday afternoon sent a Reo woman to the hospital.
56 year old Jeanne Langsdorf was driving her motorcycle near Dell in Vernon County when she lost control while negotiating a curve to the left. The motorcycle slid off the right side of the roadway and struck the ditch.
Langsdorf sustained non-life threatening injuries and was taken to Vernon Memorial Hospital in Viroqua. She was not wearing a helmet.
2 people are recovering today in a Tomah Hospital after being thrown fom a motorcycle Saturday night.
Around 8:30 pm, 47 year old Phillip Hartman of Tomah hit a deer on his motorcycle on Highway 16 in the town of Adrian. Hartman tipped the motorcycle over, throwing himself and his passenger, 43 year old Tamara Hartman also of Tomah, off the bike.
Both received non-life threatening injures and both were not wearing a helmet. They were transported by Sparta Area Ambulance Service to Tomah Memorial Hospital.