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Book Battle

Updated: 01/05/2005 - Owen-Withee school officials say the book "Rainbow Boys" is supposed to help teens get through a tough time, but those who are opposed to it say they have tough time knowing their kids could be reading it.

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What Was in the Sky?

Updated: 01/05/2005 - Hundreds of viewers reported something amazing in the night sky on Tuesday night, a huge light-up followed by a loud rumble.

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Fixing Up Merrill Homes

Updated: 01/05/2005 - This coming summer, hundreds of teenagers will roll up their sleeves and repair homes for several Merrill residents. The group is now looking for houses in the area for the teens to fix up and for the community to help out in the effort.

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Bus Routes Missed, Parents Concerned

Updated: 01/04/2005 - Along with the icy conditions Monday, there was another mess for students and parents in Junction City. Buses failed to complete all routes in the town, leaving some kids stranded and parents angry.

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Services Set for Fallen Soldier

Updated: 01/04/2005 - Staff Sergeant Todd Olson was already honored by fellow soldiers in Iraq where he was killed. Now, services are set for Wednesday in his hometown of Loyal.

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Antigo Family Gets Word Loved One Is OK

Updated: 01/04/2005 - A local family waiting to hear from their brother who was in one of the countrys pounded by the tsunamis now knows he's ok.

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Septic Tank Caution

Updated: 01/04/2005 - It's not a pleasant thought, but besides treacherous driving and walking conditions, the ice can have another negative impact.

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Residents Tackle Icy Sidewalks

Updated: 01/04/2005 - Salt, sand and ice scrapers, they're all in high demand after this weekend's ice storm. Now, property owners are trying to find whatever they can to clear their sidewalks. or at least make them less slippery.

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Deputies Search for Robbers

Updated: 01/03/2005 - Langlade County sheriff's deputies are searching for two suspects accused of putting on masks, entering a home and stealing two safes at knifepoint.

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Ticket Trouble

Updated: 01/04/2005 - If you'd rather be at Lambeau than watching the Packers-Vikings game on TV this weekend, you're in luck. Ticket brokers say there are still plenty of seats available.

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Power Outages Planned in Wausau

Updated: 01/03/2005 - If you live on Wausau's northeast side, you may experience a power outage sometime this week, but it's for good reason.

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Finding Tsunami Victims

Updated: 01/03/2005 - The American Red Cross is making it easier for friends and family members of those killed in the tsunami to find their lost loved ones.

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EMS New Training Proposal

Updated: 01/03/2005 - New guidelines proposed for EMTs could mean fewer volunteers for rural fire departments.

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New Year's Baby

Updated: 01/02/2005 - It might be the most cute and cuddly tradition of the new year: meeting the first baby born after midnight.

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Polar Plunge Bringing in Brave Souls

Updated: 01/02/2005 - As we welcome in the new year and new babies, there were some brave souls out there braving the cold for a good cause. It’s the annual “Polar Plunge” in Stevens Point.

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Area Priest's Brother in Tsunami Territory

Updated: 01/02/2005 - As most of us wait with anticipation for midnight, a local family is worrying as they wait to hear from a loved one who was in South Asia when the tsunami hit. They haven't heard from him since.

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Name of Mosinee Fire Victim Released

Updated: 01/02/2005 - As the search for the cause of the fire continues, Mosinee police have releaed the name of the woman killed in a fire at her home early Thursday morning.

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Financial Resolutions

Updated: 12/30/2004 - Are you scrambling to get your finances in order for the new year? If so, there are a few things you can still do in the last two days of 2004.

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Sloppy Weather Shuts Down Winter Sites

Updated: 12/30/2004 - There's still plenty of snow on the ground, but Thursday's sloppy weather put the breaks on many people's plans to play in it. A mix of freezing rain and snow forced many outdoor winter sites to shut down for the day.

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Helping Others Through a Tragedy

Updated: 12/30/2004 - For Christine Jacobs, cooking up non-alcoholic drinks for New Year's is much more than just a labor of love.

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Fallen Soldier Honored in Iraq

Updated: 12/30/2004 - A service to honor Todd Olson was held Thursday in Iraq where he was killed. Back at home, preparations are also underway for people to pay their final respects.

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