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Candidate for Governor Stops in Wausau

Updated: 03/07/2005 - He's in charge of one of the largest county governments in Wisconsin. Now, he wants to take those skills to the highest position in the state.

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Vacant Rooms in High Demand

Updated: 03/06/2005 - With six big events in Stevens Point the weekend of March 11, available hotel rooms are few and far between.

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Adult Spelling Bee

Updated: 03/06/2005 - Many of them haven't done it since elementary school, but some adults in the area are proving they can still handle the pressure of a spelling bee.

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Student Art on Display

Updated: 03/06/2005 - For hundreds of local students, their artwork isn't hanging on mom's fridge, it's hanging up in a public library for everyone to see.

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Teachers Convention Provides New Ideas

Updated: 03/04/2005 - With President Bush's approach to education under much scrutiny, teachers in Central Wisconsin gather and discuss effective methods in the learning process.

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Your Stories: The Burdens of Caregiving

Updated: 11/14/2006 - Mary Kort of Rothschild is trying to transition back to the working world after being a full-time caregiver for her mother. It's one of “Your Stories.”

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Another Economic Boost for Weston

Updated: 03/04/2005 - It's another big boost for the local economy; more jobs are coming to the Weston area. This manufacturer will increase its workforce by nearly 40 percent in the next year and will get some help from the state in the process.

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Partnership in the Works

Updated: 03/03/2005 - After years of studies and discussion, two communities are closer to working together on firefighting services. They say the move, which was first suggested decades ago, will make people safer and save taxpayer money.

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Gauging GDL Effectiveness

Updated: 03/03/2005 - Three years after the graduated drivers license is implemented for 16 and 17-year-olds, statistics are showing promising results.

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Race for Superintendent

Updated: 03/03/2005 - It's accountability that Underheim wants out of schools.

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Local Restaurant Destroyed by Fire

Updated: 03/03/2005 - Molitor's Old Town Saloon in Curtiss was gutted by flames Wednesday (3/2/05) night. Crews say they found the building fully engulfed in flames when they were called to the scene.

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9/11 Survivor Shares His Story

Updated: 03/03/2005 - He made it through one of the worst terrorist attacks on American soil. On Wednesday, a survivor of the World Trade Center attacks on September 11th shared his personal experience with people in Marshfield.

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Cell Phone Use Behind the Wheel Rising

Updated: 03/03/2005 - One hundred percent is how much the use of cell phones behind the wheel has risen in the last four years. That's why traffic officials say more needs to be done to change the trend.

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Read Across America

Updated: 03/02/2005 - Gov. Doyle promotes the importance of education by reading Dr. Seuss to second graders and defending his proposal to add $850 million to education funding.

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Ethanol in Wisconsin Gas

Updated: 03/03/2005 - The farmers we talked to have nothing but good things to say about the proposal.

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New Bishop in La Crosse Diocese

Updated: 03/02/2005 - It's been more than a year since area Catholic Churches have had a leader at the top, but that's not the case anymore as the newest bishop for the La Crosse Diocese officially took over on Tuesday.

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Churchill to Speak at UW Campus

Updated: 03/01/2005 - He's recently come under fire for comparing some of the 9/11 terrorist attack victims to Nazis, and Tuesday Colorado professor Ward Churchill will speak at a UW school.

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New UW System?

Updated: 03/01/2005 - It's idea could save taxpayers some money, but it could also end up putting local college students in a pinch.

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Beer for Military Service

Updated: 03/01/2005 - So far from the people we've talked with it seems like a lower drinking age for military personnel has a lot of support, which means every man and woman in every branch from the Coast Guard to the Marines could soon be able to legally drink alcohol at age 19.

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