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Ice Fishing Shanty Removal Time Is Here

Updated: 03/15/2005 - The DNR says all ice fishing shanties north of Highway 64 have to be off the water by Wednesday (3/16/05). Procrastinators could face fines of up to $208.

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UWSP Students Hold Unusual Protest

Updated: 03/15/2005 - "Enough is enough!" That's the message some UW-Stevens Point students want to send to lawmakers about the rising cost of college tuition. On Monday, they sent that message in a very unique way.

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Fee Hike "Crucial" for Wildlife Programs

Updated: 03/15/2005 - It's being called a crucial step to save hunting and fishing programs in Wisconsin. On Monday, outdoor enthusiasts will get a chance to speak out on a proposal to increase hunting and fishing fees.

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Top Politicians in Area

Updated: 03/14/2005 - It's not every day the Legislature's Joint Finance Committee meets with the public in North Central Wisconsin

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Heightened Courthouse Security

Updated: 03/14/2005 - Some court cases across the country are making big headlines right now, not because of the actual cases themselves, but because of the deadly violence against the people working at the courthouse.

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WISPIRG Food Drive

Updated: 03/13/2005 - A local student organization is hoping you'll help them fight hunger in our area.

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Spring Craft Fair

Updated: 03/13/2005 - A local craft fair is helping some area residents nurse a case of spring fever.

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Supreme Court to Hear Local Senator's Lawsuit

Posted: 03/11/2005 - Sen. Julie Lassa, (D) Stevens Point says a political consultant defamed her by sending out pre-election mailers connecting her a scandal in Madison.

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Wausau Committee Approves Change to Pedestrian Mall

Updated: 03/11/2005 - A Wausau City Council Committee is giving the thumbs up to letting traffic return to the downtown pedestrian mall. The full council is expected to vote on the measure March 22.

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Railroad Crossing Warning Lights

Updated: 03/11/2005 - The state is putting in warning lights at a busy and dangerous railroad crossing as traffic increases around there.

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Computer Collection

Updated: 03/11/2005 - You can't just throw out those old computer monitors or keyboards because it’s against the law, but a local event may help.

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Basketball Hoopla

Updated: 03/11/2005 - The Pointer fans and players get set for the first men's sectional tournament ever held at Quandt Field House.

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Wausau/Weston Sign Fire Department Agreement

Updated: 03/11/2005 - Wausau's mayor says tax money will be saved because his department won't have to buy a new aerial truck. Weston's village president says they save by not having to hire more firefighters.

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Police Self Evaluating Survey

Updated: 03/10/2005 - The Stevens Point Police Department administers a survey to grade the quality of their own service.

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Cat Hunting Controversy: A Closer Look

Updated: 03/10/2005 - Should certain types of free-roaming cats be trapped or hunted in Wisconsin? A proposal that will go before the state's Conservation Congress next month could clear the way for that.

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"Giants in Science" Fair

Updated: 03/10/2005 - From Albert Einstein to static electricity, some area students got to show off their dabblings in science.

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Realtors' Meeting

Updated: 03/10/2005 - The people responsible for selling Weston join Thursday to discuss the immediate development for the village.

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Favre to Play Another Season, Maybe More

Updated: 03/10/2005 - The Associated Press is reporting that Green Bay Packers Quarterback Brett Favre will play another year, and if he stays healthy, maybe more. The AP quotes Mike Sherman for Favre's decision.

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Licenses Go on Sale

Updated: 03/10/2005 - State hunting, fishing and trapping licenses for the year go on sale beginning Thursday. You'll need those starting April 1.

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