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Teen Magazines' Effect on Teen Grammar

Updated: 08/19/2005 - The magazines may write to appeal to how teens speak, but while some believe the content and grammar is atrocious, others believe teens are able to distinguish between friends and authority.

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Douglas County Negotiators Approve Powerline Deal

Updated: 08/19/2005 - It's the last piece of land American Transmission needed to build the Arrowhead-Weston powerline from the Wausau area to Duluth. Now, Douglas County negotiators have given the thumbs up to a deal. The full county board is expected to vote on the deal next month.

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Tornadoes Rip Through Southern, Central Wisconsin

Updated: 08/18/2005 - One person is dead, five people are in the hospital, dozens of homes are damaged, and trees and wires are toppled as tornadoes rip through Southern Wisconsin. Some damage was also reported in Central Wisconsin.

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Shortage of Pharmacists

Updated: 08/19/2005 - Pharmacies across the country are in a crisis. With a surge in the number of prescriptions, drugstores are having trouble finding pharmacists to fill them.

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Update: More Details on Capture of Missing Lincoln Hills Inmate

Updated: 08/22/2005 - Officials say 23-year-old Keith Chaffey turned himself over to authorities Thursday morning with a family member by his side. He'd been in Minnesota since his alleged escape in July. A second inmate is still on the run.

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Strike's Impact on Local Flyers

Updated: 08/19/2005 - A strike at one of the nation's largest airlines could end up affecting your travel plans.

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Fake Bills Turning Up

Updated: 08/18/2005 - Counterfeit money is a growing problem, and police say it's popping up here, too.

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What Real Estate Is Selling in Wausau Area?

Updated: 08/19/2005 - Home sales are up more than five percent in Wisconsin, but the Wausau area is below the state trend though realtors say we're increasing steadily.

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Cheaper Gas 'til Year's End?

Updated: 08/18/2005 - Imagine gas being 15 cents a gallon cheaper. Three state Republican lawmakers say we deserve it for the rest of the year.

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Feingold: Out of Iraq in 2006

Updated: 08/18/2005 - Senator Russ Feingold (D-Wisconsin) will formally announce Thursday (August 18, 2005) his plan to pull all our soldiers from Iraq by the end of next year.

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Cash in Time for Class

Updated: 08/18/2005 - Three area schools are getting a little extra cash to start the year off.

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Volunteers Needed

Updated: 08/18/2005 - Fill a Backpack, Fill a Need... needs you.

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New Assisted Living Facility

Updated: 08/18/2005 - Groundbreaking is set for 10 a.m. in Weston, where a new assisted living facility will soon stand.

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End of an Era at State Park Speedway

Updated: 08/18/2005 - It's the end of an era for one local couple. After managing Rib Mountain's State Park Speedway for more than three decades, Phil and Helen Bickley are saying goodbye to their second home.

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What to Do if You Hate Your Tattoo

Updated: 08/18/2005 - Laser removal will be the closest thing to removing the tattoo completely, but cover-ups are another way to go if you've just changed your mind about your choice of art.

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Work Continues on Wausau Pedestrian Mall

Updated: 08/18/2005 - The work to allow vehicles back into Wausau's downtown pedestrian mall started in June and is expected to be done at the end of August.

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Cellular "Dead Spots" in Central Wisconsin

Updated: 08/18/2005 - Local mobile representatives say their companies are constantly working on ways to reduce the areas where cell phone reception cuts out.

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ATV Park Debate Revving Up

Updated: 08/18/2005 - Supporters say it would bring tourists, entertainment and cash into NorthCentral Wisconsin, but those against opening a new ATV park in Marathon County, say it will cause a lot of unwanted noise and pollution.

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Change in Dispatch Services

Updated: 08/17/2005 - You'll soon know whether the City of Rhinelander will be taking over the city's police dispatch services.

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Power Line Hearings

Updated: 08/17/2005 - American Transmission Company wants to put up two more power lines, but not until the Public Service Commission hears what you have to say.

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Credit Report Scam

Updated: 08/17/2005 - More than nine million people between 2000 and 2002 signed up for what they thought was a "free" copy of their credit report, but there was a catch. Find out if you are eligible for a refund.

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