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Family First: Why It's Hard to Share

Updated: 11/14/2006 - Manners and sharing don't come automatically for kids. Parents struggle to make sure their children play “nice,” but problems with sharing are very normal.

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Voices From The Past Come Alive In Wausau

Posted: 10/01/2006 - It's a history lesson without a textbook in sight. Sunday (10/1) the Marathon County Historical Society presented "Voices from the Past."

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Kids Flock to Museum's OctoBIRDfest

Updated: 10/01/2006 - It's the only place in town with more birds indoors than outside, the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum's OctoBIRDfest.

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Church Gives Away Clothing

Updated: 10/01/2006 - More people will have more clothes to keep them warm this winter, thanks to the generosity of a local church.

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Memory Walk to Support Alzheimer's Disease Awareness

Posted: 10/01/2006 - As more people are diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease, communities are working to give them and their families support. More than 200 people participated in Saturday's Memory Walk in Marathon Park.

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Drop Off Computers for Recycling at Wausau Good News

Posted: 09/29/2006 - If dust is collecting on your old computer, a local charity will be glad to take it off your hands. Wausau's Good News Project will be recycling any old electronics you want to give them.

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Confusion About Shooting Location

Posted: 09/29/2006 - The name of the school where the shooting took place is the Weston School Complex. That created some pretty scary confusion for the D.C. Everest School District located in the Village of Weston, especially after a 24-hour news network reported it happened there.

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Amber Alert Called Off

Updated: 09/29/2006 - The Amber Alert issued in Green Bay has been cancelled.

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Area Companies Get Federal Defense Money

Updated: 09/29/2006 - Clover Industries of Wausau, Resilient Technologies of Medford, and American Plastics of Rhinelander will be getting $11.6 million in combined defense money to help improve Army equipment.

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Good News Project Computer Recycling

Updated: 09/29/2006 - The Good News Project is collecting computers and old electronics for recycling Friday (September 29, 2006) and Saturday (September 30, 2006).

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Ice Cream Social Helps "Make-A-Wish"

Updated: 09/29/2006 - Employees at a Wausau ice cream shop are helping the Make a Wish Foundation raise nearly $300 for cancer patients.

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"The Naked Truth" in Advertising

Updated: 09/29/2006 - We see them every day, hundreds of advertisements all trying to get us to buy something, but one woman visiting Wausau says many of those ads are creating unhealthy self images, especially in women.

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Section of Historic Wausau Church is Demolished

Posted: 09/28/2006 - A large piece of Wausau's history will soon be demolished. Crews are tearing down a wing of the First Universalist Unitarian Church in Wausau for re-modeling.

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Wausau Men Accused of Beating Disabled Boy

Updated: 09/28/2006 - Two Wausau men are in jail for unthinkable crime. Police say one of their victims in a series of assaults is a 15-year-old cognitively-disabled boy. Those young men are now facing serious charges.

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Coffee Shop Owner Avoids Phone Scam

Updated: 09/28/2006 - A local business owner may have avoided being scammed, but it's been a pretty disturbing experience anyway. She says someone called her personal cell phone and already knew a lot of very personal information.

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Northland Lutheran Students Help Out the DNR With a Lesson Outside the Classroom

Updated: 09/28/2006 - Dan Fenske's biology class at Northland Lutheran High School in Kronenwetter is helping Wisconsin's DNR track small mammals. The students are learning in the outdoors by setting small lethal and live traps for small rodents like shrews and voles and then sending the data to the DNR.

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