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Living Will and Power of Attorney for Health Forms

Updated: 03/31/2005 - Having a say in how and in what way to end your life in the hospital is never an easy choice, but Living Will and Power of Attorney forms at least let it be your decision.

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Antigo Prepares for Flooding... Again

Updated: 03/31/2005 - It's a nightmare residents in Antigo don't want to relive, but as the main waterways through the city start to rise, the city is swinging into action to keep homes and businesses safe from possible flooding.

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Maple Syrup Season Off to Slow Start

Updated: 03/30/2005 - The warm weather has stopped the flow of maple sap, and maple syrup producers are hoping for colder nights to get it flowing again.

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Breathalyzer Hard to Come By

Posted: 03/30/2005 - Drunk driving convicts can no longer have the ignition interlock devices installed in the cars in North Central Wisconsin now that the only auto center that performed that service has stopped.

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Decker Arrested for OWI

Updated: 03/30/2005 - One of our elected officials says he made a mistake, after his arrest for drunk driving Tuesday night outside of Madison.

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Rating Local Schools

Updated: 03/30/2005 - There's a new rating system available for parents who want to keep up on their child's school performance, and that system is just a click or two away.

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Renewing Your DNR Licenses

Updated: 03/30/2005 - It’s time to renew your hunting, fishing and trapping licenses. The old ones expire Thursday, March 31.

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Hunting and Fishing Licenses on the Rise?

Updated: 03/30/2005 - If you had to pay more money to hunt and fish in the state, would you still do it? It's a question you may want to start asking yourself. Right now, the DNR is proposing to increase licensing fees. On Tuesday, the public got a first look at why the DNR thinks it's necessary.

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Parvo Virus Dangerous for Dogs

Updated: 03/29/2005 - As pet owners, it’s important to make sure our animals are protected from any harmful viruses. That's especially true for our dogs this time of year.

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Taser Training

Updated: 03/29/2005 - According to Amnesty International, 79 people in North America have died after being shot by a taser, but a lot of police departments are using the stun guns, and now the state wants to make sure those officers are using them correctly and safely.

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Surviving Colon Cancer

Updated: 03/29/2005 - We're talking about colon cancer, and so was Gov. Doyle at the Hope Lodge in Marshfield.

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ATV Trails Shutting Down

Updated: 03/29/2005 - Some trails in Marathon County are closing, but expected to reopen in about a month.

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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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