A Waukesha man is seeking unspecified damages after, he says, he suffered injuries in a collision at the hotel's water park.
Country Springs Hotel
Friday, February 15, 2013
Friday, February 8, 2013
Waukesha man claims he was injured on Cyclone ride on Valentine's Day in 2010, and seeks unspecified damages.
A Waukesha man has filed suit against Country Springs Hotel, saying it was negligent when it allowed a rider to travel down a waterslide after him, resulting in a collision. Robert and Dale Flowers, a married couple residing in Avalon Square Senior Housing in downtown Waukesha, filed a personal injury lawsuit Wednesday in Waukesha County Circuit Court against Country Springs Hotel. The couple is seeking unspecified damages from the incident that occurred nearly three years ago, according to the complaint. The lawsuit alleges that on Valentine’s Day in 2010, Robert Flowers was at the waterpark and went down the “Cyclone” waterslide. When he stood up in the pool below the slide’s trough, the complaint states, he was hit by another rider. The…
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Randy S. Lunda, 38, is accused of fracturing a man's skull during a fight at a wedding in Waukesha.
A 38-year-old man is accused of hitting a man so hard at a wedding that he caused a subdural hematoma, fracturing the man’s skull, according to a criminal complaint. Randy S. Lunda, whose address is listed as the Waukesha County Jail, is charged with aggravated battery from an Aug. 11 fight at the Country Springs Hotel. If convicted, Lunda faces up to seven years in prison if convicted because he has a prior felony conviction. According to the complaint: Several witnesses saw Lunda hit a man, knocking him unconscious at a wedding for three to four minutes. After the man was punched, a bridesmaid said the man got what he deserved because he had been talking crap about her kids all night long. The man had a cut below his eye and was missing …
Thursday, August 9, 2012
Former congressman and U.S. Senate candidate joins the Tea Party bus on a statewide tour just days before the Republican primary election.
With just five days before the primary election, U.S. Senate candidate Mark Neumann continued his trip around Wisconsin Thursday with the Tea Party Express bus, making a stop in Waukesha County. Neumann's first stop of the day-long tour was at the Country Springs Hotel Thursday morning where, in front of a modest crowd of supporters, he outlined the three key issues he’ll address if elected to the open Senate seat. “The first thing that we need to do to restore this great nation is we need to restore the government to the principles that are in the constitution of the United States of America,” Neumann said. According to Neumann, that includes the right to bear arms. Second, he says he fully intends to repeal the Affordable Care Act and …
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Wisconsin governor says union reforms will lead to better government.
Standing before a crowd of small business men and women, Gov. Scott Walker told the crowd it felt like it had been seven years since he stood in the same room at Country Springs Hotel celebrating his election night victory over Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett to win the gubernatorial election. But it’s only been months – albeit rocky months. Walker’s few months as governor has brought severe criticism, especially because of his hard approach to public employee unions, looking to eliminate the majority of collective bargaining for those employees. Despite protestors gathering at the Waukesha hotel several times during the past few months when the governor appeared there, Monday was one of the few times that there was not one chant to recall …