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The body of a missing Onalaska man has been found in the lake where he was last seen just before Easter.
Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald says a boater found the body of Todd Gordon on Sunday morning, not far from where he was believed to have fallen into the water.
Deputies say Gordon went missing April 6 when he was trying out his new boat on Red Cedar Lake, northeast of Rice Lake. His boat was found on shore with nobody in it.
Fitzgerald says the boater who discovered Gordon was a private citizen who was helping the sheriff's department with the search.
Madeline Haupert, an Aquinas High School Senior, is one of only 16 female athletes in the State of Wisconsin to earn the title WIAA Scholar Athlete. The scholar athletes were chosen from among 800 seniors nominated by 400 high schools. Some of Haupert's accomplishment's...11 varsity letters in cross country, gymnastics and track...a former state champion in track......Aquinas High School Honor Roll and National Honor Society. Madeline will be recognized at an awards ceremony on Sunday, May 6th in Wausau.
Twenty years ago, Russ Feingold emerged as a surprise winner in the race for U-S Senate in Wisconsin, defeating better-known opponents who attacked each other and ignored him.
Doug La Follette is hoping for that same kind of underdog luck in his campaign for governor this year.
Democrat La Follette thinks he has a good chance to beat Walker, if some Republicans and independents vote for him. The secretary of state spent some time in downtown La Crosse this morning, meeting voters on the street and at the public library.
The U.S. Senate this week approved a bill that calls for refunding the multi billion overpayment to the United States Postal workers pension fund, closing post offices nationwide, and cutting delivery to 5 days a week within 2 years. Those that voted for it say it's not a bail out. We talked with U.S. Representative Ron Kind of La Crosse about his feelings on the bill.
In the portion of the amendment that addresses processing centers like the one set for closure in La Crosse, the bill requires the postal service to maintain overnight service for items mailed to another address in the same service area. The House has yet to take up the measure and it may be two weeks before they do.
The American Transmission Company wrapped up their latest round of public meetings last night and spokeswoman Sara Justice says they are still hearing from both sides of the high voltage power line project.
Justice says now the new comments will be taken back to the drawing board as the slim down of projected routes will continue until 2013. Then they will go to the Public Service Commission with their final plans for constructing the lines from north of La Crosse to Madison.