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More Local Snowmobile Trails to Open

Updated: 02/19/2007 - Thanks to the latest blanket of snow, more snowmobile trails in Marathon, Lincoln and Langlade Counties will open this weekend.

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Legislators Seek Input on Minimum Wage Increase

Updated: 01/20/2005 - After failing to pass last year, raising the minimum wage is, once again, a key issue in the state Legislature. On Wednesday, people in our area got a chance to offer their input on a potential wage hike.

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Health Screenings in North Central Wisconsin

Updated: 01/20/2005 - You could be at risk for a number of potentially life-threatening health problems, but you wouldn't know it since several of the tests are not included in routine physicals.

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Food Donations Needed

Updated: 01/20/2005 - They Neighbor's Place in Wausau usually has enough food on its shelves to last through mid-February, but as of mid-January the supplies are already diminishing.

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Proposed UW Merger Bad Idea for Some

Updated: 01/20/2005 - Why fix something that's not broken? That's a question the UW-Marathon County dean is asking about a recent state proposal for UW colleges.

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Filling the Void

Updated: 01/20/2005 - For the past 25 years, Judge Jim Jansen has presided over the Langlade County Circuit Court. He died a week ago, and now his former colleagues are struggling to find a replacement.

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Train Topples Over on Crane

Updated: 01/19/2005 - A crane operator is fine, although probably a little shaken after a scary moment in Merrill Wednesday.

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Wisconsin Rapids Man Charged With Child Abuse

Updated: 01/19/2005 - A Wisconsin Rapids man faces three counts of child abuse for allegedly beating his two-month-old daughter so badly she ended up in the hospital with broken bones.

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New Addition to Pedestrian Mall?

Updated: 01/19/2005 - Wausau has one of only 30 pedestrian malls left in the country, but some people think it's outdated and ready for a change. Now, a property development company is coming forward with a plan to redevelop the downtown pedestrian mall.

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More Trouble in Wittenberg

Updated: 01/18/2005 - At first, it really sounds like a lot of he said, she said going in the village of Wittenberg. When you factor in a Sheriff's Department investigation, allegations of theft from an accident scene and one woman who is now out of a job, it becomes a lot more complicated.

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Deadly Fire Investigation Over

Updated: 01/18/2005 - The investigation into a deadly fire in Mosinee is over. Officials say they're calling it off because they cannot determine a cause, but they do not think the flames were set on purpose.

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Smoking Ban Moves to Referendum

Updated: 01/18/2005 - A smoking ban in an area city will be decided by the people. The Stevens Point Common Council voted to let the issue will go to a referendum.

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Mike Sherman Speaks Out About Job Loss

Updated: 01/17/2005 - Packer Coach Mike Sherman says it's not about "what he thinks or feels, but what's best for the Green Bay Packers."

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Detours on Stewart Avenue in Wausau

Updated: 01/17/2005 - The Gas Company will be doing some work on a gas main on Stewart Ave. in Wausau, so traffic will be detoured there for a few days.

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Wausau Police Looking for Input

Updated: 01/17/2005 - Wausau police will be hosting a series of meetings, looking for input on how best to patrol neighborhoods.

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Harsh Accusations

Updated: 01/17/2005 - It all goes back to an accident that happened more than a year ago, and whether one of the responders was worrying about doing his job, or as some suggest, padding his pocket book.

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Why a Referendum in Marathon?

Updated: 01/17/2005 - After years of trimming back programs and budgets, the Marathon School District says they can't cut anymore costs, but one of their schools is in dire need of improvements. Now, they're turning to the voters for help.

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English as a Second Language

Updated: 01/14/2005 - Hmong Refugees in the area can now get free childcare and free English lessons thanks to the YWCA of Wausau.

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Arctic Blast

Updated: 01/14/2005 - The coldest day of the winter could mean some serious problems for some of your most important possessions.

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Packers Hire New General Manager

Updated: 01/14/2005 - The Green Bay Packers have hired Ted Thompson from the Seattle Seahawks as general manager. He was an assistant for former GM Ron Wolf.

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"Shaken Baby" Homicide Case Goes to Jury

Updated: 01/14/2005 - The jury is deciding the fate of Tammy Millerleile, who's charged with first degree reckless homicide in the death of 14-month-old Jake Mentink.

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