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Nearing a Decision in Stevens Point

Updated: 03/29/2005 - Parents in Stevens Point won't have to wait much longer to hear which elementary school could shut its doors. An outside consultant is nearly finished analyzing the situation and will make will make those findings public later this week.

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Native American Week

Updated: 03/28/2005 - A traditional celebration begins this week on the campus of UWSP, celebrating one of our oldest cultures.

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Less Cash for Cops

Updated: 03/29/2005 - Drug issues are one of the biggest problems facing law enforcement in our area, and local police say if a piece of President Bush's budget goes through, it could be a lot harder for them to crack down on drugs in North Central Wisconsin.

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Celebrating Easter

Updated: 03/27/2005 - Eggs, chocolate, bunnies, they all come to mind when you think of the Easter holiday, but those Easter staples sometimes overshadow the true meaning of the holiday, one of the most important on the Christian calendar.

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Good Friday Observed

Updated: 03/25/2005 - Spring break was once a day when people took off work to keep their religious observances. Now it's a time to take a vacation.

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Turning to Public Transportation With Rising Gas Prices

Updated: 03/25/2005 - Some area residents are turning to the transit system now that gas prices are $2.22 per gallon of regular unleaded, but several others would not give up the convenience of their automobile.

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Sharing Prescriptions Dangerous

Updated: 03/25/2005 - Prescription drugs are for a single patient, and that patient only, but pharmacists say sharing is common, and not only is it illegal, it can become deadly.

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Oneida County Gets New Sheriff

Updated: 03/24/2005 - Governor appoints replacement for former Sheriff Tim Miller who resigned because of health issues.

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Looking Back at '04 Flood

Updated: 03/25/2005 - If you take a trip to Antigo and stand where the flood waters were, it's really hard to imagine there was ever anything wrong.

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Getting a Living Will and Power of Attorney

Updated: 03/24/2005 - Terri Schiavo's parents' appeal to the Supreme Court on reinserting their daughter's feeding tube has people in Wisconsin taking action.

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Protecting Seniors From ID Theft, Scams

Updated: 03/23/2005 - It's a crime that's targeting more and more senior citizens: scams or identity thefts, but officials in Portage County have come up with a program to warn seniors about these serious crimes.

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New Farm Law

Updated: 03/23/2005 - A group of farmers packed into a Wausau lecture hall on Wednesday, trying to get a better idea of what the livestock facility sitting rule will mean to them.

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Wausau Woman Charged Under "Len Bias" Law

Updated: 03/23/2005 - Marathon County prosecutors say Carolyn Wewasson sold drugs to a man who later overdosed on them. She faces a count of first degree reckless homicide.

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State Spelling Bee Champion

Updated: 03/23/2005 - A seventh grader from our area is on her way to Washington to compete against the best spellers in the country.

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Are Gas Prices Hurting SUV Sales?

Updated: 03/23/2005 - It now costs more than ever to fill up your gas tank. Some experts say record gas prices are hurting the sales of larger-model vehicles, such as SUVs and pickup trucks, but are local car dealers seeing this trend?

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Satellite Dish Regulations Rewritten

Updated: 03/22/2005 - After a state senator requests permission to have a satellite dish in her front yard, the city looks at how outdated their old regulations are.

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