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Onalaska High School Principal, Jared Schaffner, says it was a shock to find out that the school was recently ranked 10th best in the state, according to the U.S. News and World report magazine. They were given gold medal status. And it took the entire school to win the award.
Eau Claire Memorial was ranked third in the state followed by Lancaster, Green Bay Preble, Medford, the Milwaukee School of Languages, Appleton West and Saint Croix Falls.
The Onalaksa Rotary wanted to partner with the Onalaska Community Thanksgiving committee to assure that event becomes a tradition. Well after the commitee accepts a $4000 check tonight...looks as though it will be around for awhile. The monies came from a recent run/walk event that Rotary President, Anthony Schmitt, says could become an annual event.
This run promises to be a major source of funds for the Community
Thanksgiving and the Community Thanksgiving
Absentee voting begins today for the June fifth recall elections. Ballots were sent out last Friday to those requesting them by mail and today is when folks can start voting at municipal clerks’ offices.
Reid Magney of the state Government Accountability Board expects an increase in absentee voting this time, especially because many people will be on vacation.
The search for a man who fell out of a boat at Winona is expected to continue this week...
Ralph Andring went into the Mississippi near the Winona bridge on Thursday. He wasn't able to catch a life vest thrown to him by the other man in the boat. Search crews have spent three days looking for Andring, who owned a heating and air conditioning business.
If you agree that governor Walker's job numbers are the accurate ones, then you don't have to concern yourself with federal estimates regarding how poorly the state's two largest cities are doing compared to the rest of the biggest one hundred metro areas in the nation. The Walker administration released numbers this week showing Wisconsin actually gained jobs last year rather than losing over 33 thousand as was estimated previously by the feds. But those same estimates also show Madison and Milwaukee as the two of the three worst in the nation for job losses, ranking two and three behind only Augusta, Georgia. The twin cities, meanwhile, clocked in on the federal rankings as the 19th best metro area in the nation for job gains, adding nearly 20 thousand between March of last year and March of this year.