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America's Best Frisbee Dogs Perform in Wausau

Posted: 07/29/2010 - America's Best Frisbee Dogs are used to putting on an outstanding show. They travel the country, showing off their skills, and in Wausau at noon and 6 PM, they did not disappoint.

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Amherst Fair Goes Green

Posted: 07/15/2010 - Leaders from one local fair are trying to help the environment, and you can too.

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Marshfield Considers Allowing Urban Chickens

Updated: 07/15/2010 - The city's Sustainable Marshfield Committee is drafting an ordinance that would allow residents to care for up to four hens in their backyards.

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Women's Community Still Short $1M For New Shelter

Updated: 07/13/2010 - Organizers need at least 90 percent of its $4 million goal before it can break ground at its new location on the corner of Hilltop and 32nd Ave, and they're already eight months behind.

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Rhinelander Reschedules 4th of July Events

Updated: 07/05/2010 - Due to poor weather conditions, the City of Rhinelander is canceling the rescheduled fireworks that were planned for this evening.

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Keeping Safe at the Fair

Posted: 07/01/2010 - There's a lot of action going on at Marathon Park and all the commotion can lead to some unsafe conditions. That's why the Wausau Fire Department has some safety tips for this weekend.

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Local Program Trains Adults for Construction Career

Updated: 06/30/2010 - It can sometimes be hard to find the perfect career. But hands-on experience can make job decisions a bit easier. That's why a program in Wausau is training students for careers in construction.

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DEVELOPING: Future of I.C. Willy's Bar Up in the Air

Updated: 06/29/2010 - I.C. Willy's nightclub is in danger of losing its liquor license after being open for less than a year. Tuesday evening, Wausau's Public Health and Safety Committee is deciding what to recommend to the city council.

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Going Bald For A Cause

Updated: 06/25/2010 - It's a great cure for a bad hair day and could help cure cancer. More than 40 people are going bald for a good cause in Merrill.

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Stewardship Program Benefits Rib Mountain

Updated: 06/24/2010 - Wisconsin is known for its expansive forest and rivers, and some state leaders want to keep that land from being developed. Governor Jim Doyle came to Rib Mountain to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Stewardship Program today.

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Merrill Historical Society Wants Upgrade

Updated: 06/25/2014 - The Merrill Historical Society is looking to upgrade, but they're in need of some cash. The group's president tells us how they plan to meet their goal.

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Student Inspired Art Mobiles Moving to Permanent Homes

Posted: 06/21/2010 - Student-designed art mobiles have been taken down from the Grand Theater, but they're still taking flight. Mobilizing Our Community is an art and education project that helped more than 400 students design and build mobiles.

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