SCHOFIELD - With just one day to go until the election, Governor Scott Walker joined former governor Tommy Thompson on the campaign trail in Schofield this afternoon.
Thompson is behind his opponent Tammy Baldwin in the polls, but said he's confident about his chances of winning a seat in the U.S. Senate.
The ads for this race have been especially heated, but Governor Walker said the state will move past the bipartisanship.
"It won't necessarily happen Wednesday or Thursday morning, but I think in America just like we saw in Wisconsin, given enough time, given enough people who want to work together, we'll be able to move on in America just like we've been able to do in Wisconsin," he said.
Walker said he's endorsing Thompson so his two sons have a better employment outlook in the future.
Thompson and Walker were headed next to Green Bay.
EAGLE RIVER - The initiative will help to rebound what's thought of as a suffering walleye population by adding hundreds of thousands of the fish to Wisconsin lakes.
The project could improve fishing for the state's most popular game fish and tourism in the state. George Langely, a local fishing guide at Eagle Sports bait shop in Eagle River, says walleye fishing isn't what it used to be.
"The walleye population has pretty much suffered in the last twenty years and it's really nice to see Madison recognizing that and taking some steps to do something about it. It will take a while but it's a great start."
MINOCQUA - “This disease is called the great imitator for a good reason,” says Jeff Waite.
Lyme disease can be good at hiding.
“Lyme disease is a bacterial type infection spread by a spiral keet, which is also considered a parasite. And it can be carried in the spit glands and intestinal track of ticks in this area. Particularly the deer tick," said Dr. Kurt Landauer.
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