WKEB Local News Archives for 2020-08

Shooter Arrested in Rib Lake

Shooter Arrested in Rib Lake                   Wed Aug 26, 2020

 

  The Taylor County Sheriff's Office is reporting that on Wednesday, August 26th at approximately 10:27 P.M., they received reports of multiple gunshots on Broadway Street in the Village of Rib Lake.  The caller reported that the male suspect had fired multiple shots while inside the residence and again while outside on the street.  The suspect's whereabout's were unkinown at the time.

 

Upon arrival, Taylor County Sheriff's Deputies and Medford Police Officers formed a perimeter, began to search on foot and located the suspect in the street, not far from the residence.  Law enforcement officers issued verbal commands to the suspect, to which the suspect complied and was taken into custody without further incident.  An AK-47 rifle was located about 30 yards from where the suspect was apprehended.  There were no injuries reported as a result of this incident.

 

The suspect was identified as 20-year old Trinity Keiser.  He is curently held in the Taylor County Jail on a $1,000 cash bond for 1st Degree Recklessly Endanger Safety.  There is no further danger to the community.  Preliminary investigation into the incident finds that drugs and mental health issues are believed to be contributing factors.  It is unknown the total number of rounds fired by the suspect.   This incident is still under investigation by the Taylor County Sheriff's Office and Rib Lake Police Department. 

WIAA approves alternate sports plan

WIAA approves alternate sports plan   Friday, Aug 14, 2020

 

(WQOW, WSAW) - The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association approved its plan for an alternate fall sports season on Friday.

 

The plan will allow schools that choose to not participate in the traditional fall sports season due to COVID-19 concerns the opportunity to play next spring.

 

The WIAA has asked schools to decide which fall sports season it will participate in by September 1.

 

Practices for some sports in the current fall sports season are scheduled to begin on Monday, August 17.

 

The Board of Control considered six alternate schedule proposals. The first option was approved by a unanimous vote.

 

Under the plan, the winter and spring sports seasons will shrink to accommodate the alternate fall season. Postseason tournaments are an option for all sports in all seasons except for the alternate (spring) football season. There is also an opportunity for teams to play additional games once they are eliminated from the postseason.

 

Here's a breakdown of the new schedule the WIAA shared with WisSports.net's Travis Wilson.

 

Current fall sports

Football: starts week of September 7, ends week of November 16, postseason possible

 

Girls golf: starts week of August 17, ends week of October 12, postseason possible

 

Girls tennis: starts week of August 17, ends week of October 19, postseason possible

 

Girls swim/dive: starts week of August 17, ends week of November 9, postseason possible

 

Boys soccer: starts week of September 7, ends week of November 2, postseason possible

 

Cross country (boys and girls): starts week of August 17, ends week of October 26, postseason possible

 

Volleyball (boys and girls): starts week of September 7, ends week of November 2, postseason possible

 

Winter sports

Wrestling: starts week of November 23, ends week of February 15, postseason possible

 

Hockey (boys and girls): starts week of November 16, ends week of February 15, postseason possible

 

Girls basketball: starts week of November 16, ends week of February 22, postseason possible

 

Boys basketball: starts week of November 23, ends week of March 1, postseason possible

 

Boys swim/dive: starts week of November 23, ends week of February 1, postseason possible

 

Gymnastics: starts week of November 16, ends week of February 22, postseason possible

 

Alternate fall sports

Football: starts week of March 8, ends week of May 3, no postseason possible

 

Girls golf: starts week of March 29, ends week of May 17, postseason possible

 

Girls swim/dive: starts week of February 15, ends week of April 5, postseason possible

 

Girls tennis: starts week of March 8, ends week of April 26, postseason possible

 

Boys soccer: starts week of March 22, ends week of May 10, postseason possible

 

Cross Country (boys and girls): starts week of March 15, ends week of May 3, postseason possible

 

Volleyball (boys and girls): starts week of February 22, ends week of April 12, postseason possible

Spring sports

 

Track and field: starts week of April 19, ends week of June 28, postseason possible

 

Softball: starts week of April 19, ends week of June 28, postseason possible

 

Baseball: starts week of April 19, ends week of June 28, postseason possible

 

Boys tennis: starts week of May 3, ends week of June 21, postseason possible

 

Boys golf: starts week of April 19, ends week of June 14, postseason possible

 

Girls soccer: starts week of April 26, ends week of June 28, postseason possible

 

The board also discussed a few other accommodations including allowing basketball teams to continue scheduling and playing regular-season games even if they don’t make the tournament to offset the schedule changes. The WIAA will also no longer use risk levels to determine guidance, instead of centering around local-health imposed gathering limitations. The WIAA is also expected to give guidance to schools on how to quarantine positive cases.

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