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Made Around Town: Trek Bicycles

Nov 5, 2007, 9:21 PM - Jeff Angileri

There are few brands in the world that are recognized just by the company name.

In the world of bicycles- Trek is one of them
We have an incredible story of growth, says Trek's Mark Joslyn.

Since it's start in Waterloo Wisconsin over 30 years ago, Trek has produced millions of bikes under thousands of brands distributed across the globe. ...

Soldier Funeral

Nov 5, 2007, 9:27 PM - Jeff Angileri

The body of a soldier will be laid to rest tomorrow in McFarland.

Joshua Brennan's body was escorted to Madison yesterday from Chicago by a police escort.

Brennan's father Mike lives in McFarland with his wife and their two daughters.

This was Brennan's 2nd tour in Afghanistan. ...

Frat House Fire

Nov 12, 2007, 8:36 PM - Jeff Angileri

Ten Fraternity brothers at UW-Whitewater are without a home after an early morning fire damaged theirs. The fire started just after 3 a.m. after a fire alarm went off.

All of the ten members of Tau Kappa Epsilon were home at the time, but were able to get out. ...

Shoveling For Seniors

Dec 5, 2007, 9:57 PM - Jeff Angileri

Edna Thomas watched as volunteer dave Santek shoveled her driveway.

A task she says she couldn't do alone.

I do what I can myself and just have the to leave the rest and wait for someone to help me, Thomas says.

Santek volunteers with the west Madison Senior Coalition, today there were ten volunteers lending a hand to seniors like Thomas. ...

Safe Rides

Dec 10, 2007, 11:19 PM - Jeff Angileri

One early Saturday morning in November, David and Rose Bongiovani experienced every parents worse nightmare.

They were told that their daughter 17-year-old Sierra Bongiovanni, and her friend Michelle Koster-died in a car crash near Lodi. Sierra had a blood alcohol level twice the legal limit. ...

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