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Power Line Hearing

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Monday (May 16, 2005) is one of your last chances to speak your mind on the Arrowhead-Weston power line.

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Give Kids the World

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Give to kids with terminal illnesses, help provide free meals on a trip of a lifetime to the Gingerbread House in Florida.

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The Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder Debate

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Doctors diagnose the symptoms of distractibility, lack of focus, difficulty staying on task and hyperactivity as ADHD, but some still believe that the disorder doesn't exist.

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Wausau Smoking Ban Starts Monday

Updated: 05/16/2005 - Sunday was the last chance for smokers to light up in Wausau's restaurants. Starting Monday, every restaurant in the city will have to go smoke-free, but some restaurant owners are still trying to make changes to the smoking ban.

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Local Soldiers Called Into Active Duty

Updated: 05/15/2005 - A few days after getting an alert notification to be ready to go, 85 soldiers from the area have been called into active duty.

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Rock and Roll Revival in Mosinee

Updated: 05/13/2005 - People are rockin' and rollin’ in Mosinee this weekend, where the Ninth Annual Rock and Roll Revival is kicking off.

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Fort McCoy Spared for Now

Updated: 05/13/2005 - Fort McCoy was not one of the military bases the Pentagon recommended be closed in an announcement Friday. The Air Reserve Station in Milwaukee was not so lucky.

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Merrill Kindergarteners Get Marine Visit

Updated: 05/15/2005 - The kindergarteners from Washington Elementary finally get to meet Lance Corporal Sam Wollersheim after corresponding with him all year.

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Memorial for Sawyer County Hunters

Updated: 05/13/2005 - The six deer hunters shot to death in Sawyer County will soon have a memorial dedicated to them in Rice Lake.

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New Twist in Mosinee Graduation Attire Debate

Updated: 05/13/2005 - The Mosinee School Board will decide next week whether students in the military can wear their uniforms to graduation, but a letter sent to the graduates is causing some confusion on whether the policy change is a go or not right now.

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Ghost Base

Updated: 05/13/2005 - There is a lot of history on this piece of land that Roy Kleisch bought in 1999.

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Keeping the Riverfront Clean

Updated: 05/12/2005 - High school students and adult volunteers pick up litter that washed up onto the banks of the Wisconsin River in Marathon County from the spring storms.

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Drinking at Age 19?

Updated: 05/12/2005 - State lawmakers will talk about a bill Thursday (May 12) that'd let those on active duty in the military drink when they're 19.

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Packers Running Back Heading to Trial

Updated: 05/12/2005 - Attorneys for Ahman Green have pleaded not guilty on his behalf to a disorderly conduct-domestic abuse charge.

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Charges Coming for Man Who Started Wildfire

Updated: 05/12/2005 - Adams County District Attorney Mark Thibodeau says today (May 11) the man believed to have started last week's wildfire will likely be charged next week.

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Questions on National Drug Discount Program?

Updated: 05/12/2005 - It's a question many seniors have: who exactly is eligible for the new national drug discount program? Now that can be answered by the touch of your phone.

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Judge: Oneida County Shooting Justified

Updated: 05/12/2005 - A Vilas County judge says Oneida County sheriff’s deputies were justified in using deadly force in a fatal shooting in February.

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Stevens Point School Board Under Fire

Updated: 05/11/2005 - After some concerned citizens have their questions about an elementary school closing unanswered, they begin the steps toward a possible recall of the School Board.

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