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Dairy Style Shindig

Updated: 06/04/2006 - Wisconsin farmers are dishing up everything from buttermilk pancakes to ice cream in honor of Dairy Month. Sunday morning (6/4) thousands flocked to Kingdom Haven Farm in Edgar, to start their day with a dairy breakfast. Julie Huck reports on the effort it takes to throw a party of this size.

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Senft Parents Walk in Memory of Son

Updated: 06/04/2006 - It's been almost three months since 14-year-old David Senft died from his injuries in a school bus and semi truck crash near Plainfield. Just days before the accident, he and his father signed up to participate in Walk Wisconsin's 26-mile hike around Stevens Point. This weekend, hundreds of friends and family walked with David's parents in his memory.

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Wausau Family Loses Home to Fire

Updated: 06/04/2006 - A Wausau family is homeless (6/2) after a fire on the city's east side. Fire crews say the flames were especially difficult to fight in the old two-story home.

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Authorities Say "666" Threats Are Only Rumors

Updated: 06/04/2006 - Authorities are calling a string of threats against a local middle school nothing but rumors. Gossip about a bombing and even a "hit list" had many P.J. Jacobs Junior High students and their parents concerned.

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Deadly School Bus Accident in Rice Lake

Posted: 06/02/2006 - A young boy in Rice Lake is dead after he was hit by a school bus while trying to cross the street Friday (6/2) morning. The fourth-grader was on his way to school when the bus reportedly turned a corner and hit him.

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Future Engineers Compete in Tower Challenge

Posted: 06/02/2006 - Some local 6th graders may be feeling the weight of some career expectations; their teachers are hoping they'll grow up to be engineers.

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Hughes Evidence Motion Denied

Posted: 06/01/2006 - A federal judge in Arizona is denying a request from Denys Ray Hughes to throw out some of the evidence in his case.

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Rep. Obey Takes on Medicare Part D

Posted: 06/01/2006 - Some senior citizens are still trying to figure out the Medicare Part D prescription drug plan, even after last month's deadline. A local legislator says he's doing what he can to help them.

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'Tis the Season for Outdoor Grilling

Updated: 06/01/2006 - The official start of the outdoor grilling season is well underway, and grills, themselves, have come a long way.

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The Good News Project Will Recycle Your Electronics to Help Humanity

Updated: 06/01/2006 - If your old electronics are collecting dust and you need a hand getting rid of them, the Good News Project in Wausau will help. For only a quarter per pound you can take your old computers, fax machines, cell phones etc. to the The Good News Project computer recycling drive.

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Busting Summer Boredom Before it Starts

Updated: 06/01/2006 - For many kids, summer vacation can't come soon enough. But after the first week of bliss, boredom can set in. There are some ways to banish those summertime blues though before they start. Julie Huck discovered how you can give your kids a memorable summer.

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