Seven counties in western and northern Wisconsin have been awarded extra one-point-four million dollars to fix roads and bridges damaged by floods in the summer of last year. The Federal Highway Administration approved emergency repair funds last fall and said more money could be released if needed. Today (Monday), U-S Senate Democrat Tammy Baldwin announced that an extra 500-thousand dollar had been awarded to fix Forest Service roads in Bayfield, Ashland, Price, and Sawyer counties. Also, 836-thousand dollars was secured to fix roads and bridges in Eau Claire, Trempealeau, and Buffalo counties.