Scott Walker has outdone himself this time. Wisconsin's governor has offered a not so subtle threat aimed at those who prosecute crimes in the state. He suggests that he may...
Some college landlords are broadening their base of complaints against a
Twelve more months should give them enough information on whether to support frac sand mining...
Houston County commissioners have voted today to continue a ban on sand mining until next March, because they want more time to study the effect of mining on health and public safety. A resolution continuing the moratorium says that the ban could be extended again a year from now, or it could be ended sooner if the county decides to allow mining.
Mother Nature's snow fall has led to at least one major accident today....a
The village of Holmen could move another step closer this week to restoring fluoridation...
Village board members had hoped to resume the chemical treatment in the water system by April 1st, following a two-year suspension. But the board also approved a switch in the type of chemical used for preventing tooth decay. And Dean Olson in the public works office says a committee will have to decide whether a switch is worth the anticipated cost. Olson says it's definitely too late to put another fluoride referendum on the Holmen ballot for this April. That might have to wait until a scheduled election in 2014.
The City of Houston will be forced to shut off water to everyone in town on Thursday morning at 9 AM. The primary water main serving the city on Grant Street has a major break. It is unknown how long thew water will be off. The city says they will be working diligently to fix the problem as quickly as possible.
Home owners on the city water supply may want to stock up on water by pre-bottling it or purchasing bottled water. You will be able to flush your toilet but it will not refill the tank. Another hint from the city........pre-fill your bathtub with water and you can use a bucket to refill your toilet tank when necessary.
If you have any questions, contact the Houston City Offices.