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More School Cuts

Updated: 03/07/2004 - More cuts are expected at several school districts in north central Wisconsin, and some of them may affect how students will get to class.

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Computer Recycling

Updated: 03/07/2004 - Wausau's North-Central Technical College was the site for disposing of hazardous materials Saturday, but not in the form that you may think the hazardous materials were actually old home computer parts and are something that can be harmful if not disposed of properly.

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New Policy Causes Heated Debate

Updated: 03/04/2004 - Should they keep it closed or keep it open? That's the debate heating up in the Wausau School District, and it has some area students protesting.

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Fasting Students

Updated: 03/04/2004 - Some students in Stevens Point are going hungry for a cause they believe in.

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Marshfield Referendum

Updated: 03/03/2004 - Voters in the Marshfield School District will once again decide whether the Marshfield School District can improve their kids' schools.

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A Century of Dr. Seuss

Updated: 03/02/2004 - I will not eat them in a house, I will not eat them with a mouse. It's a rhyme that's all too familiar to many kids big and small. Area schools celebrate Dr. Seuss on his 100th birthday.

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New Information on Columbine Shootings

Updated: 02/26/2004 - It's been five years since the tragedy, but the search for answers continue. Thursday officials released new information about the massacre at Columbine High School.

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Open Enrollment

Updated: 02/23/2004 - Two local districts have tallied the number of students who have applied to attend their classes this fall through open enrollment transfers.

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Cutting Advanced Programs

Updated: 02/20/2004 - Wausau has already dropped one of its gifted student programs, and now the Stevens Point school district may be trimming its options too.

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History Day for Local Students

Updated: 02/19/2004 - It's a big event for some area students that took them back in time, and hopefully, will take them to a state-wide competition.

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Magnet Program Eliminated

Updated: 02/10/2004 - As the Wausau School District prepares for more budget cuts, the Gifted and Talented Magnet Program faces its final months.

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New Voters Project

Updated: 02/09/2004 - Students at UW Stevens Point are working hard to make sure young people have a voice in the upcoming election.

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Homecoming for Assistant Principal

Updated: 02/09/2004 - It's one of the toughest things for an American soldier, leaving behind family and friends. The thought of coming home can carry soldiers through, and Monday that day arrived for one local principal.

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School Summit

Updated: 02/06/2004 - Several of the state's top business, government and education officials were in Rib Mountain Friday.

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Addressing the Issue

Updated: 02/02/2004 - Do cell phones belong in high school locker rooms? That's what the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association wants their member schools to think about.

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Local Tech School to Receive Major Grant

Updated: 02/02/2004 - Northcentral Technical College has received a major financial shot in the arm in hopes of getting more nurses out in the field.

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College Applications Multiplying

Updated: 01/28/2004 - It's called "multiple apping" and some college officials say it's the newest trend. What is it? It's a measure high school seniors are taking, making sure there are several options at hand.

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UWMC Enrollment Highest Ever

Updated: 01/25/2004 - Classes at UW Marathon County in Wausau begin Monday, and enrollment numbers have reached a record high.

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'No Child,' No Good

Updated: 01/25/2004 - School officials in Stevens Point sent out a message Saturday about President Bush's No Child Left Behind act.

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WACS Will See Changes

Updated: 01/25/2004 - The Catholic school landscape in Wausau will look a lot different next fall.

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Internet Cheating on the Rise

Updated: 01/21/2004 - It provides students with a wealth of information and can be a huge help during their studies, but the Internet is also helping students cheat.

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