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$1 Million Needed to Fix Stanley Prison

Updated: 01/28/2005 - The state needs to do $1 million worth of repairs at the Stanley Prison, which was bought from a private contractor in 2001.

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TB Outbreak Halts Hmong Immigration

Updated: 01/28/2005 - Wisconsin health officials are temporarily stopping the resettlement of Hmong immigrants from a temple in Thailand after tuberculosis was found in some of the refugees.

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Welcome Home, 376th!

Updated: 01/28/2005 - They have been serving their country in Iraq for more than year. Now, members of Wausau's 376th Finance Battalion are back home and reunited with their loved ones.

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Teens Donate Money, Goods to Fire Victims

Updated: 01/28/2005 - After holiday fires destroyed their homes, two Medford area families are getting back on their feet, thanks to some generous teens.

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Coke & Pepsi Trucks Crash

Updated: 01/27/2005 - Two people were injured in a Shawano County traffic accident with an ironic twist.

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376th Troop Support

Updated: 01/28/2005 - It's not only families waiting to see loved ones Thursday night, some fellow soldiers of the troops are standing by to greet them as well.

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Lighten Up Wisconsin

Updated: 01/27/2005 - Gov. Doyle kicks off a five-month-long fitness competition to help Wisconsinites lose weight.

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Young Man Recovers From Stroke

Updated: 01/28/2005 - A Wausau man suffers from a stroke at the age of 28. Now, he has to learn simple skills again that he learned when he was in second grade.

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Public Input on Pedestrian Mall Changes

Updated: 01/27/2005 - A staple of Wausau's downtown could soon have a whole new look. A local development company wants to reopen downtown's pedestrian mall to traffic and parking. Now, they're getting the public's input on their proposal.

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Weston Wins WEDA Award

Updated: 01/26/2005 - The village of Weston picks up another honor to hang on its city walls.

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Physical Education Develops

Updated: 01/28/2005 - While the rest of the country struggles with budget constraints and the threat of physical education class getting cut, the Wausau School District realizes the importance of Phy-Ed courses in a time when childhood obesity is plaguing the nation.

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Games Almost in Gear

Updated: 01/26/2005 - Get ready because the Badger State games are back for another fun filled competitive year. And as staff members get ready, your help is still needed.

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Local Johns Get National Recognition

Updated: 01/28/2005 - For many, meeting up at the local tavern is way to catch up with friends or take in a good ball game. But how about going to one for the joy of their restrooms?

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Sergeant Mom

Updated: 01/25/2005 - The most important thing for the Fendos family, was keeping mom Mirayra communicating with her daughter Kayla.

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Tax Filing Options

Posted: 01/25/2005 - You can save a lot of money this year when filing your tax returns. In fact you can do it for free.

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Fight Against Power Line Continues

Updated: 01/25/2005 - Two environmental groups ask the DNR for a hearing to protest the agency's decision to issue a permit needed for a line to be built on wetlands.

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Depressing Day Experts Say

Updated: 01/25/2005 - The burden of cold weather, the exciting holidays come and gone, failed New Year’s resolutions, the list goes on. These factors and many more are adding up just about now, literally.

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Opening of Aspirus YMCA Approaches

Updated: 01/24/2005 - There will soon be a new place you can go to get healthier. The new Aspirus YMCA in Weston should be open and ready for business next month.

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Same Message, New Approach

Updated: 01/25/2005 - Your kids hear it all the time: don't use drugs or alcohol. Monday, students in Nekoosa heard that same message, but with an added twist.

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