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Good things can happen when people, and communities, work together. That's why there is much excitement about a new mutual aid agreement being developed among fire departments in La Crosse...
(AP) Texas Rep. Ron Paul is scheduled to hold a town hall meeting on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison. Paul originally scheduled the event for Thursday night at the stock pavilion on campus, a venue that can hold thousands of people. But on Wednesday Paul changed the location to outside at the Memorial Union along the shores of Lake Mendota. Paul is fourth in delegates in the GOP primary battle. Forty two delegates are at stake in Wisconsin. A poll released Tuesday by the Marquette Law School showed Mitt Romney with 39 percent support of likely Republican voters in Wisconsin, with 31 percent for Rick Santorum. Paul had 11 percent while Newt Gingrich lagged at just 5 percent. A full 12 percent were undecided.
Last week, the Wisconsin Covenant Foundation began accepting
applications for the Wisconsin Workforce Partnership Grant opportunity. An opportunity for Western Techincal College to grow some of their programs.
Western President, Lee Raasch, says the program will support the expansion and implementation of degree, diploma and certificate programs that increase the number of program graduates who achieve job placement in occupations at Wisconsin businesses in need of employees with specific skills.
130 people will be out of work by August after a company near Brice Prairie closes. ATK Ammunition of Minnesota says most of its operations at Brice Prairie will shut down by the end of May. The nearly 50 year old plant makes gun cleaning products, targets, scope mounts, and replacement gun stocks. The closing comes less than a year after ATK added employees at Brice Prairie, when it brought back a product line from overseas.
ATK is based in Anoka, near Minnesota’s Twin Cities. It also plans to reduce operations at a plant in Fenton, Missouri.
Services are planned tomorrow at a church on St. Joseph Ridge for the young woman shot to death in La Crosse this week.
Sara Hougom died shortly after being shot Monday at an apartment building on Division Street. Police have not made any arrests in the case yet. They're still investigating whether there was a connection between Hougom's shooting and gunshots fired a few minutes earlier at a house on Island Street in north La Crosse.
The La Crosse Loggers turn 10 years old this year and may be getting a one year lease extension from the city as a birthday present. The Common Council will vote on that next month. And General Manager, Chris Goodell, says he likes the position the Loggers have been with the city.
The current 10 year lease was set to expire after this season and Goodell says they hope to get another long term lease when the city and the organziation meet again.
The U.S. House of Representatives, 2 weeks ago, on approved legislation on building a new St. Croix River bridge to connect Minnesota and Wisconsin. The House voted 339 to 80 in favor of legislation that exempts the proposed $700 million bridge at Stillwater, Minnesota from the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act. Governor Scott Walker talked about the future of Minnesota/Wisconsin partnerships.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation, the lead agency on the new bridge, will begin soil testing for the span's foundation this summer. Construction is expected to start in 2014 and take three years.
American Transmission Co. is continuing a multi-year public outreach process for the proposed Badger Coulee Transmission Line Project with the third in a series of public open houses presenting preliminary routes for the proposed 150- to 170-mile, 345-kilovolt line from north of the La Crosse area to northern Dane County. Approximately 9,000 potentially affected landowners, public officials and other stakeholders will receive invitations in the mail this week. ATC is hosting six informational open houses throughout the project study area to present a map of preliminary routes and provide more information about the project. There will be no formal presentation.
The public is invited to attend any of the following open houses:
April 17, Stoney Creek Inn and Conference Center, Onalaska
April 18, Ettrick Elementary School, Ettrick
April 19, Three Bears Lodge, Warrens
April 24, Waunakee Village Center, Waunakee
April 25, Wintergreen Resort & Conference Center, Wisconsin Dells
April 26, Norwalk Community Center, Norwalk
Open houses at all locations run from 1 to 7 p.m.