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Wisconsin Valley Fair '05: Beating the Heat

Updated: 08/02/2005 - For as long as most of the people we've talked with can remember, there haven't been too many heat-related problems at the fair in the past, but there haven't been too many fairs with highs in the mid '90s and an oppressive humidity to go along with it either.

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WI Senator Russ Feingold Reacts to Bolton Appointment

Updated: 08/02/2005 - The president says John Bolton will help clean up corruption at the United Nations, but Democratic Senator Russ Feingold says Bush's appointment of Bolton as U.N. ambassador is a "sneaky trick."

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ATC Proposes Two New Power Lines

Updated: 08/02/2005 - One line would run from Wausau area to Belle Plaine; the other from New London to south of Oconto Falls. Opponents say more lines will lead to higher utility bills.

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Attendance Soars at AirVenture

Updated: 08/02/2005 - Folks behind this year's EAA AirVenture say the turnout was high, just as the planes were.

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Wisconsin Valley Fair '05: How Safe Are the Rides?

Updated: 08/02/2005 - By Tuesday evening, the rides will be rocking and rolling at the Wisconsin Valley Fair, but with the use these rides get across the country, how safe will they be when you climb aboard?

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Shopping for Back-to-School Supplies Starting Earlier

Updated: 08/01/2005 - All right kids, cover your ears, it's almost time to head back to school. Well, not really, but that isn't stopping a lot of families from getting their back-to-school shopping done early.

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Wisconsin Valley Fair '05: Fair History

Updated: 08/01/2005 - August Kickbusch and D.L. Plumer donated the 80 acres of Marathon Park to the Marathon County Agricultural Society with the understanding that there'd be a fair on those grounds for one week at least once each year.

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Benefits for POWs

Updated: 08/01/2005 - Former prisoners of war will soon meet in Plover to learn of the state and federal benefits available to them.

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Web Site Under Scrutiny

Updated: 08/01/2005 - The Web site that lets you look at state criminal and civil court records will go under the microscope Monday (August 1, 2005).

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No Splash Pad This Week

Updated: 08/01/2005 - The Wisconsin Valley Fair starts up Tuesday (August 2, 2005), but that means no splash pad until next week.

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Speeder Crackdown

Updated: 08/01/2005 - From Seven On Your Side, sheriff's deputies will be cracking down on speeders on one area highway.

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Protecting Our Kids

Updated: 07/31/2005 - Letting Kids Be Kids was this year's theme at National Kids Day. Parents could register their kids in a new program in case their kids were ever kidnapped.

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New Gun Bill

Updated: 07/31/2005 - A new gun bill could help protect the firearm industry.

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Words of Wisdom From One Soldier to Another

Updated: 08/01/2005 - Sending a son or daughter off to war can be one of the toughest events for a family to go through, and for a Custer family, they'll do it for the second time next month.

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The Bad Water Problem in Rhinelander

Updated: 07/31/2005 - On Tuesday (7/26/05), a state lab found high levels of Coliform bacteria in the city of Rhinelander’s water. That finding has had a big impact on the city's restaurants.

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Detrie Waives Hearing in Brown County Court

Updated: 07/29/2005 - Lawyer for Alice Detrie says they are discussing plea agreements with prosecutors. The Weston woman faces dozens of burglary charges across the state.

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