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Road Construction Diverting Traffic in Weston

Posted: 04/09/2007 - If you take Business 51 into work in the Village of Weston you might want to find another route starting Monday morning. Construction crews will close the northbound lanes between Keck St. and Post Ave. to replace pavement and make some sewer repairs.

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Infant Death Blamed on Accidental Suffocation

Posted: 04/08/2007 - The Marathon County Medical Examiner says accidental suffocation may have caused a six-month-old baby's death. And now the infant's mother is being charged with neglect.

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Wausau Mine Company Distributes Annual Easter Meal

Updated: 04/09/2007 - Along with holidays like Easter Sunday, come traditions like Easter baskets, egg hunts, and for several hundred people in and around Wausau, a good Easter meal from the Wausau Mine Company.

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Christians Celebrate Easter Sunday

Posted: 04/08/2007 - Easter is a little bit more than just the Easter bunny and candy for millions of Christians around the world.

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Man's Battle Over Oil Pipeline in Clark County Continues

Updated: 04/07/2007 - 15 years ago, an area man bought a cabin in Clark County for weekend getaways and hunting. But he's now complaining his cabin with a view of the woods is quickly turning into a cabin with a view of a pipeline.

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World's Largest Trivia Contest Begins April 20 In Stevens Point

Posted: 04/06/2007 - The self-proclaimed world's largest trivia contest has attracted thousands of fun-loving players to central Wisconsin for almost four decades. It will again - thanks to some extra grit from the guru who writes the questions.

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Conservation Congress Asking About Dumping Deer Sharpshooters

Updated: 04/06/2007 - People attending this month's fish and game hearings held by the Wisconsin Conservation Congress will get a chance to weigh in on a touchy subject - the use of sharpshooters to fight chronic wasting disease.

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Battling Diabetes... At Age 14

Posted: 04/05/2007 - It's a disease that will change the lives of 13,000 people each year, and many of those diagnosed with type one diabetes will be kids and teenagers.

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NEW INFO: Campus Pub Robbery Suspect Arrested in North Dakota

Updated: 04/05/2007 - The Grand Forks County Sheriff's Department says Michael Sersland, 24, is in custody for several outstanding warrants in North Dakota. He's also wanted for a strong-arm robbery and attempted kidnapping in Wausau.

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