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Waukesha Freeman, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 2003, Waukesha, Wisconsin WEDNESDAY MIDDAY January 22 2003 Waukesha 1 Stay in touch com Wisconsin Volume WAUKESHA FREEMAN Multimillion dollar houses at home in Lake Country Plan would open more records clarify Agreement allows gas pipeline WAUKESHA COUNTY'S DAILY NEWSPAPER leads Memorial girls to Youth soccer merger looks like a Raiders receivers share the EASY VICTORY Mukwonago basketball team rips Beaver Dam Possible war causes couple to move up wedding By JAMES KOGUTKIEWICZ Freeman Staff SUSSEX Joshua Krueger wants to go to church before his Marine Corps reserve unit goes to the Mid- dle East Krueger and his fiancee Jill derny both of Sussex two weeks ago moved their wedding up six months to Saturday after he found out his unit will most likely be Missing man returns home Tamble hospitalized after breakdown wife says By BRIAN HUBER Freeman Staff MUKWONAGO Jack Tamble the Mukwonago man who was missing for 11 days following an overnight trip to a Baraboo no is back in Waukesha County and is recovering at Waukesha Memorial Hospital his wife Jackie said Tuesday Tamble 52 was admitted to the hospital Monday so that tests and observations begun in Las Vegas last week could continue Tamble was located in Las Vegas on Thursday 11 days after he was last seen by his family Jackie Tamble said that her suffered a breakdown due to the great deal of stress he was facing Tamble had been working up to 18 hours a day at his cleaning business and was facing other family pressures which all caught up to him this month she said Your body can only take so much before it will shut down and that's what ie Tamble said Little by little he is coming back to normal Tamble said she took pictures of their three children with her when she went to see her husband a Las Vegas hospital She said he was so disoriented he did not even know what the wedding ring on his finger signified I tried calling the hospital and See MAN BACK PAGE INSIDE Annie's Mailbox Police Crossword puzzle Dr WEATHER Partly cloudy windy and cold High 13 Low 6 See the complete forecast on back page called up What was planned as a July wedding for 250 guests turned into a small celebration for about 25 family members and friends at Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church in Sussex The change in plans added just a few complications for Jenderny who now must juggle short-term wedding plans with a full-time job and 13 credits worth of night es at the University of Waukesha Right now she is still trying to get financial aid work processed so she can buy her books I have been a frantic nut case ing to get a wedding together in five Jenderny joked when asked about her suddenly busier schedule Former Waukesha County Clerk Pat Madden said she noticed other See WEDDING Page I have been a frantic nut case trying to get a wedding together in five days Jill Jenderny bride to be Joshua Krueger 24 a Marine Corps reservist and Jill Jenderny 25 moved their wedding up sir months ing his call-up The Sussex ple will be ried Saturday County officials said rushed also during Operation Desert Storm in 1991 Submitted photo REMAKING THE FREEWAY Norquist proposes cheaper interchange Brian Stall The Marquette interchange is deteriorating in many areas and a plan to rebuild it is scheduled to begin in the next state biennial budget A plan to rebuild the Marquette interchange offered by waukee Mayor John Norquist would save million over a plan proposed by the state MAJOR POINTS The key elements of Mayor John freeway native Reduces cost of reconstructing the core section of the Marquette interchange by 40 percent from million to million million savings over current state Develops the zoo interchange as a bypass for truck and now routed through the Marquette inter- change and saves construction and land acquisition costs Safety improvements include replacement of the most severe left-hand turn lanes Calls for mandated Value which are benefit guidelines to ensure project goals are achieved at the lowest cost Does not require a tax increase meeting Gov Jim Doyle's guidelines Helps prevent drastic cuts to other road projects Amtrak or mass transit in Wisconsin Allows reconstruction of rapidly deteriorating bridge structures to begin on schedule in 2004 Plan would save million some say safety standards not met By DENNIS A SHOOK Senior Staff Writer WAUKESHA A new plan for reconstructing the Marquette inter- change would rebuild only the northwest portion and would nate most of the lane expansions along the corridor of Interstate 94 But most importantly it would cost only about half the amount of the plan currently being considered for the area The plan was proposed Tuesday by Milwaukee Mayor John Norquist at a cost of million about half the current state Department of Transportation proposal The so-called City Affordable Improvement Plan would allow for reconstruction of the interchange most notably the rapidly ing box girders that frame the inter- change This is a plan that was developed at the District Two office of the DOT a few years Norquist said in an interview with the man It is a low cost option that has never been offered to the public Norquist said the lower cost option is needed because of the state's inability to show it can afford the million project cost of the plan being proposed by the DOT and the Southeastern Wisconsin al Planning Commission DOT officials have claimed the project would cost million to million They have no money to pay for Norquist said of the DOT See NORQUIST Page Man dies after crash Medical emergency might have led to accident Freeman Staff WAUKESHA A Waukesha man was pronounced dead at about today after his vehicle struck a tree in the 1600 block of Delafield Street said Capt Mike Babe of the Waukesha Police Department We found out about the call at when a police officer observed the Babe said When they arrived the man was unconscious and bleeding from the head The man's vehicle was the only car involved in the accident Babe added The man was pronounced dead at Waukesha Memorial pital Police are unsure if a medical emergency caused the crash Babe said The medical office is looking into that he said We just don't know at this point The man was about 70 years Babe said Police are not releasing his name pending notification of his family A man in his 70s was pronounced dead at about today after crashing into a tree in the 1600 block of Delafield Street Kevin Stall FOR MORE OF TODAY'S NEWS SPORTS AND WEATHER GO TO
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