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Hmong Students Adjust

Updated: 09/08/2004 - With only two days into the school year, Wausau students are already taking in important lessons, including newly arrived Hmong refugee students.

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Pit Approved

Updated: 09/08/2004 - Town of Schley landowner Ron Beyer has been trying for some time now to have his 40 acres turned into a gravel pit. Now, all he needs is the approval of the county zoning board, and he'll get his wish.

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Abbotsford Man Enters Plea

Updated: 09/07/2004 - An Abbotsford man is guilty of killing a teenager in a drunk driving accident.

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A Myth No Longer

Updated: 09/07/2004 - Twenty-four hour dining, late night Taco Bell runs, and of course, beer. All of these college habits could contribute to a popular concept, known as "freshman 15."

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Helping Hurricane Victims

Updated: 09/07/2004 - Thousands of people are heading back to Florida Tuesday night to survey the damage caused by Hurricane Frances. Joining them will be volunteers from all over the country, including three from Central Wisconsin.

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Wausau East's Opening Day

Updated: 09/07/2004 - It's the beginning of a new year for Wausau East and they're kicking it off in a brand new building.

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Saying Goodbye to Summer

Updated: 09/06/2004 - Many people in our area are enjoying a relaxing Labor Day weekend. Not only does it provide a rest from the daily grind, it also gives them one last chance to have some summer fun before fall kicks in.

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Rapids Park Honors "Special Woman"

Updated: 09/05/2004 - A Wisconsin Rapids neighborhood is getting a facelift with a brand new park. The park also honors the memory of someone very close to the park's founder.

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Wisconsin Is "Very Important"

Updated: 09/04/2004 - Vice presidential hopeful John Edwards is on day two of his Wisconsin campaign tour.

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Sales Tax for Schools?

Updated: 09/04/2004 - One of the biggest battles in the state of Wisconsin this year may have nothing to do with the presidential election.

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Central Wisconsin State Fair

Updated: 09/04/2004 - The weather is getting the credit for what organizers say has been a very successful fair week in Marshfield.

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Marathon Fun Days

Updated: 09/04/2004 - The streets of Marathon City are back to normal Saturday after being taken over in the afternoon by a bunch of toddlers.

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Rallying Against Edwards

Posted: 09/04/2004 - There are people in the area who aren't happy with Senator Edwards' visit and some of them were out at the rallies Friday.

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VP's Visit

Updated: 09/04/2004 - One day after President Bush laid out his plan for another term as commander in chief, the Democrats sent their vice presidential candidate to North Central Wisconsin, trying to shift the attention to John Kerry.

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Chambers Warn of Fundraising Scams

Updated: 09/02/2004 - High school athletics are back in full swing, and soon, so will their fundraising drives, but a warning is out for businesses to watch who is doing that fundraising.

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Ready for Edwards?

Updated: 09/02/2004 - Most Democrats in North Central Wisconsin are thrilled to have Senator John Edwards making stops in our area, but with less than a week to prepare for his arrival, how ready is local law enforcement to safely handle the candidate?

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School Bus Safety

Updated: 09/02/2004 - A child's safety is one of the top priorities for the State Patrol this year, and they're helping to ensure it with bus checks this summer.

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Kobe Case Affects Assault Awareness

Updated: 09/02/2004 - Days before Kobe Bryant's sexual assault case was to go on trial, the alleged victim decided to drop out, refusing to testify. The high profile case brings to light the issue of privacy and consent for victims of sexual assault in Wisconsin.

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Donation Dumping at Neighbors' Place

Updated: 09/01/2004 - A local charity is receiving more donated items than ever before. But that's causing somewhat of a problem, especially when they're dropped off at night or on weekends.

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Local Delegate Praises Speakers

Updated: 09/01/2004 - A local delegate to the Republican National Convention says the first lady and Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s speeches electrified the crowd.

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School Safety on the Roads

Updated: 09/01/2004 - School is back in session for some and will be for others very soon. That means it’s time to look out for the little ones.

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