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Local News Briefs 9/4/14

04-Sep-2014

Walker On Right To Work

 

(WRN) Governor Scott Walker says he's not interested in pushing right to work legislation. Walker makes it clear that right to work legislation will not be a legislative priority in a second term, if he defeats Democrat Mary Burke in November. It's not the first time Walker has rebuffed suggestions that Wisconsin might become a right to work state - the issue was raised during the recall campaign and again during the most recent legislative session. Walker stopped short however, of definitively stating he'd veto such a bill if it were to pass the legislature.

 

Governor Scott Walker will be in the area today. Walker is scheduled to be at Manowske Welding just before noon to take a tour of the facility.

 

Thiesfeldt Honored By State Chamber

 

Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce (WMC), the State’s Chamber of Commerce, recently honored Rep. Jeremy Thiesfeldt with the prestigious “Working for Wisconsin” Award at Wells Vehicle Electronics in Fond du Lac.  The award is given to legislators who stand up for jobs and improve the state’s business climate by voting 80 percent or greater in support of the pro-jobs position on the WMC legislative scorecard. WMC reports that Rep. Jeremy Thiesfeldt voted 100 percent to support job-creating legislation

 

 

Ripon Story Walk Makes Debut

 

This month the Ripon Library’s Story Walk will make its debut on the Northwestern Trail. The Friends of the Ripon Public Library are funding the effort. City Administrator Lori Rich says the Common Council recently gave their blessing to the effort, which will allow residents to walk the trail and read a story a page at a time as they follow the path. She says pages will be laminated and staked out one page at a time along the trail so people can read it as they walk the trail. She says the first story is about a puppy. She says the goal was to have the story walk ready in time for Ripon’s Septemberfest celebration this month.

 

Man Hit By Car

 

A 71-year-old man was struck by a car while trying to cross North Main Street on Wednesday morning.  The man was trying to cross at Main and Arndt when he was hit by a southbound vehicle. The man hit was transported to St. Agnes Hospital with multiple injuries.  The accident happened just before 9am. 

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