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4th Annual Northern Tour by Gov. Doyle

Updated: 08/21/2006 - The 4th Annual Northern Tour by Governor Doyle Kicks off Monday (8/24) visiting more than 30 places in the Northwoods area.

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Nicolet Area Technical College Borrowing Money

Updated: 08/21/2006 - Nicolet Area Technical College is borrowing $4.2 million for building renovations and repairs, after taxpayers rejected funding for the projects in a spring referendum.

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Bridge Street Ramp Closing

Updated: 08/21/2006 - Starting Monday (8/21), drivers won't be able to use Bridge Street in Wausau to get on northbound Highway 51 because the ramps will be closed for construction.

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Stewart Ave. Lane Closing

Updated: 08/21/2006 - Wausau's Stewart Avenue is scheduled to be down to one lane starting Monday (8/21) morning.

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Sky-diver Killed in Parachuting Accident

Posted: 08/20/2006 - A Wisconsin Rapids man is dead after his parachute didn't open, while he was sky-diving at the Tomahawk Regional Airport's Fun Day Fly-In Sunday.

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"Park"-ing Controversy at Local Church

Posted: 08/20/2006 - Is it a park or parking lot? It's a question sparking legal action between a local church and village officials in Rothschild.

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Man Critically Injured While Illegally Connecting Electricity

Updated: 08/20/2006 - A Wausau man is in critical condition at a Madison burn unit. The Lincoln County Sheriff's Department says he was charged with electricity and fell off a ladder while he was trying to illegally reconnect electrical service to someone else's home.

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Missing Woman Found Dead in Marquette County

Updated: 08/20/2006 - Investigators have stopped the search for a Stevens Point woman missing since Wednesday morning. They've found 61-year-old Catherine White's body in Marquette County.

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Historical Re-enactors at Mosinee Log Jam

Updated: 08/20/2006 - They are cooking and working and playing just like the pioneers who settled this land some 200 years ago, and everyone here has their own role to play.

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Summer Camp Teaches Different Languages

Posted: 08/18/2006 - Summer camp is the highlight of a lot of kids' summers, and some area campers are ready to tell the world what they've learned.

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Well Protection Plans in Kronenwetter Have Some Concerned

Updated: 08/18/2006 - A lot more focus has been put on security in the past five years, and Kronenwetter wants to make sure the village's water supply won't be contaminated. They want to put up fences near the village wells, which doesn't please some nearby residents.

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Still Smiling

Posted: 08/18/2006 - Dozens of area soldiers are at Fort McCoy getting debriefed after a yearlong tour of duty in Iraq.

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Snakes: One Person's Pleasure Another Person's Pain

Updated: 08/18/2006 - The movie "Snakes on Plane" is creating a buzz among snake lovers and haters. Some people are fascinated, while others are freaked. While snakes aren't always harmless creatures, they can be very misunderstood.

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300 National Guard Troops Home From Duty

Updated: 08/18/2006 - Hundreds of families and friends turned out at Volk Field Wednesday (8/17) to welcome home more than 300 National Guard troops from their tour of duty in Iraq. The soldiers spent more than a year patrolling the country before finally coming home.

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