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The big talk over the summer when it came to youth football is the ever growing cuncussion rate, from Pop Warner to the pro's. At Logan High School, precautions are already taking place to lessen the impact of the head injuries. And Steve Hole, A.D., says it starts away from the football field.
Hole says they are going to look at reducing the number of contact hours in practice and reducing the risk of head contact in practice. As for parents keeping their kids away from the sport, it's not happening at Logan where their numbers increased this year.
Eric Koula has recieved a sentence for killing his parents. Brad Williams was at the La Crosse County courthouse this morning.
Wisconsinites may consume their weight in beer, brats and cheese every year, but the state is still middle of the pack in obesity rates in the US.
A tight race between a former governor and a political newcomer for the U-S Senate race in Wisconsin...with the governor winning.
Tommy Thompson moved into the lead over Eric Hovde in the Republican Senate primary about an hour after the polls closed, and was declared the winner around 10:30. Mark Neumann was several points back in third place. Thompson was carrying most of the western and southern counties in the state, with Hovde's strongest showing being in the northeast, near Green Bay. Neumann was carrying several northern counties, and Assembly Speaker Jeff Fitzgerald did not have the lead in any county. La Crosse County backed Thompson, with about 18 per cent turnout for the first regular August primary in the state.
Bruce Evers gets the nod for state Assembly from area Republicans...
Evers, who's from Holmen, was declared the winner of the 94th District primary around 10 o'clock Tuesday night. Among La Crosse County voters in the 94th, Evers outpolled opponent Kevin Hintz by 500 votes. Evers now proceeds to the November election against Democratic Assemblyman Steve Doyle, who won the seat in a special race last year.