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Vintage Military Show

Updated: 08/23/2004 - Iola is known for its Old Car Show. But over the last few years another event, held on the same grounds, it making a name for itself.

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Fishin' for Trophies

Updated: 08/23/2004 - This weekend proved why Wisconsin is the number one freshwater fishing destination in the nation. More than 1,000 people gathered in Eagle River over the weekend to do some championship fishing.

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No More Meters?

Updated: 08/23/2004 - Downtown Rhinelander may soon be saying goodbye to parking meters.

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Protecting Powers Bluff

Updated: 08/20/2004 - Wood County officials are considering plans to redevelop an area park, but some people fear the plans could disrupt areas that are culturally significant.

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Old Military Show

Updated: 08/20/2004 - Iola will look like World War II the next couple of days as tanks and other old military vehicles invade the old car show grounds.

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Heart of Wausau Big Attraction

Updated: 08/19/2004 - Concert, dances, and for the first time, fresh produce. You can find all of these things in the heart of downtown Wausau.

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Krispy Kreme Coming

Updated: 08/19/2004 - Most people would say they're pretty happy to hear that a Krispy Kreme donut shop is on its way to Wausau, but what about the small, family-owned bakeries?

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ATC Agreement

Updated: 08/19/2004 - The Marathon County Board is about to get a first look at what may end up being the easement agreement with the American Transmission Company.

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Area ACT Scores Prove Success

Updated: 08/18/2004 - Wisconsin once again stands on top when it comes to education. Our high schoolers are doing very well on the ACT college entry exams.

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Early Start

Updated: 08/18/2004 - The clock is ticking for some local kids who have less than a week of summer vacation left.

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"Spendy" School Supplies

Updated: 08/19/2004 - Getting children ready to head back to school doesn't come cheap.

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UW Tuition Goes Up... Again

Updated: 08/17/2004 - Tuition is on the rise again at UW schools, but it won't be as bad as years past.

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Local Chiropractor Heads to Athens

Updated: 08/17/2004 - Going for the gold is the ultimate goal for athletes competing in the Summer Olympics. Now, one local doctor is making the trip to Athens to keep those athletes in fighting shape.

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Merrill Police Weigh in Grant Costs

Updated: 08/16/2004 - Safety is top priority for Merrill schools. That's why officials there are considering a federal grant.

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Power Line Issue Heats Up

Updated: 08/16/2004 - Businesses are taking the lead in the debate over a proposed power line. The Marathon County Chamber of Commerce says they support the proposed Arrow-head Weston project.

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End of the Line

Updated: 08/16/2004 - Throughout this month, 43 Greyhound bus stops in Wisconsin will be closing. In Stevens Point, the Greyhound terminal will close by the end of this week, and residents won't let it close quietly.

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Asking for Permission

Updated: 08/16/2004 - Whenever a town grows past its original limits, there are bound to be some growing pains.

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Company Shuts Down

Updated: 08/14/2004 - Hundreds of Wausau jobs are moving and some of them are going as far away as Mexico.

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Paddle Quest

Updated: 08/15/2004 - It's not the Amazing Race. Some very competitive people are taking part in a very unique race in Stevens Point Saturday. It's called Paddle Quest, and it could be coming to a television near you.

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