Girls Basketball – Xavier VS Clintonville Regional Final Game 2-27-16

Covered By: Timothy Zilch

Xavier

47

Clintonville

44

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Marion – Lions Fish Derby 2-27-16

Written & Photo’s By: Timothy Zilch

 

Mother Nature made it an awesome year attendance and weather! Many attending the event remember not being able to get on the ice due to the ice being to thin and other years it was so cold no one was sitting on the ice fishing.

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Here is some pictures of the events taking place.

 

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Clintonville – C.A.S.T. Member Brianna Foth State Bound

Written & Photo’s By: Timothy Zilch 

Clintonville Area Swim Team C.A.S.T. is sending a member of its team Brianna Foth to the state competition in Madison WI. Saturday Morning Brianna was sent on her way with a Police and Fire escort down main street. Good Luck Brianna from all of us at TZWI & WGWI Publications!!

 

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Girls Basketball – Wittenberg-Birnamwood VS Clintonville Regional Playoffs 2-26-16

Written & Photo’s By: Timothy Zilch

 

Wittenberg-Birnamwood

48

Clintonville

52

Complete List Of Scores: Click Here

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Governor Scott Walker Signs Senate Bill 293 Into Law

From: Laurel Patrick

Governor Scott Walker Signs Senate Bill 293 Into Law

 

Green Bay – Governor Scott Walker signed Senate Bill 293 into law today at the Bellin Psychiatric Center in Green Bay.  Senate Bill 293 works to improve mental health service delivery in Wisconsin by giving health care providers tools to allow for greater coordination of care, greater access to care, and more efficient health care delivery for those suffering from mental illness.

“The legislation we’re signing today improves the delivery of mental health services to Wisconsin patients, with the potential to reduce our state’s costs in the Medicaid program,” Governor Walker said.  “Treating mental and physical health together is of great importance for Wisconsin citizens.  We want to break the stigma associated with mental health issues and assist people in getting the care they need by continuing to invest in resources which support a healthier and more prosperous Wisconsin.”

Senate Bill 293 – establishes the Behavioral Health Care Coordination Pilot program, the Medicaid Psychiatric Consultation Reimbursement Pilot program, as well as a mental health bed tracker program.  The Behavioral Health Care Coordination Pilot program tests alternative, coordinated care delivery and Medicaid payment models designed to reduce costs and improve care for Medicaid recipients who have significant or chronic mental illness.  The Medicaid Psychiatric Consultation Reimbursement Pilot program will test a new payment model to encourage psychiatrists to provide consultation to primary care providers treating a small population of Medicaid adults with mild to moderate mental health needs.  Senate Bill 293 also establishes an online bed tracking system, which shows the number of available child, adolescent, adult, and geriatric inpatient psychiatric beds throughout the state.  The system will be available to any hospital emergency department in Wisconsin.  Authored by Senator Leah Vukmir (R – Brookfield), Senator Janet Bewley (D – Mason), Representative Mary Czaja (R – Irma), and Representative Debra Kolste (D – Janesville), the bill passed the Senate with a vote of 30-0 and was concurred by the Assembly with a vote of 98-0.  It is Act 153.

Wisconsin Students Award Ron Johnson a Failing Grade 2-26-16

From: Jonah Hermann, Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters 

Wisconsin Students Award Ron Johnson a Failing Grade,
Announce Delegation Scores from LCV’s 2015 National Environmental Scorecard

Full scorecard available in English and Spanish here.

GREEN BAY, WI — Today, students from University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, St. Norbert College, Green Bay area educators, and other community leaders unveiled League of Conservation Voters’ 2015 Environmental Scorecard at a rally outside the Brown County Courthouse. This year, more votes than ever were tracked, revealing that the 114th congress has unleashed more attacks on our natural resources than any other year in our history.

UW-Green Bay student, Lorissa Banuelos, said “As a leader of UW-Green Bay’s student environmental group, I know the importance of conserving our air, land, and water for the next generation. When I talk to my peers, they agree, and together we are doing our part in our community to ensure Wisconsin remains safe and beautiful for our children. I am disappointed to see Ron Johnson’s grade so out of touch with reality.”

Scores are given to every member of the U.S. House and Senate. In Wisconsin, the most notable score was Senator Ron Johnson, who received a zero, bringing his lifetime environmental score to just four percent.

Maggie McConnaha a St. Norbert student, criticized Johnson, saying “Today, I join with my fellow students in giving Ron Johnson an F grade for his assignment to protect our natural resources. We are ashamed that Ron Johnson sided with corporate polluters and not the needs of his constituents. Students like us all across the state will not stand for this behavior from our Senator.”

Thielen continued, “Our decision makers in Washington DC need to stand up for us and support legislation that aims to reverse the undeniable science of climate change, not take steps to roll back progress we have already made on this enormous threat to our community.”

The 2015 Scorecard includes votes cast during the first session of the 114th Congress. Both chambers seemingly left no environmental issue untouched in 2015, with assaults on the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, the Endangered Species Act, and the Antiquities Act. It includes 35 House votes, which ties the record for the most votes scored in the House for the fourth time in five years, and 25 votes in the Senate, the second highest number ever included.

Shiocton – Girls Basketball Regional Playoffs Shiocton VS Pacelli 2-23-16

Written & Photo’s By: Timothy Zilch

Shiocton

62

Pacelli

26

All Scores Are Posted Here

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