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Signs of Intelligence

Updated: 02/27/2005 - Teaching babies sign language has proven to be an effective way of improving their verbal skills, vocabulary and test scores as children.

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Prayers for the Pope

Updated: 02/27/2005 - It's an event that those who were there to see it won't soon forget, a visit from Pope John Paul II. Now that the Pope's health is declining, members of a local church are praying more than ever for a fast recovery.

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Rabies Vaccination Clinic

Updated: 02/27/2005 - Dozens of people vaccinated their cats and dogs Saturday at a rabies clinic sponsored by the Marathon County Humane Society.

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Wausau's Polar Plunge

Updated: 02/27/2005 - Hundreds of area residents are making a splash when it comes to raising money for a local charity.

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Aspirus YMCA Opens

Updated: 02/27/2005 - After five years of planning, one year of construction and $9 million, the new Aspirus YMCA in Weston is now open.

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Hess Family Loses Claim Latest Against Psychiatrist

Posted: 02/25/2005 - The State Supreme Court says Joan Hess and her children are not entitled to $1 million in legal fees from psychiatrist Juan Fernandez III, whom they successfully sued for implanting false memories.

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Man Who Found and Returned $870,000 Earns Fame and Thanks

Updated: 02/25/2005 - If you found a million dollars on the side of the road, would you keep it or return it to its rightful owner? That wasn't a hard decision for a Kronenwetter man who found nearly that much money belonging to the village of Rothschild.

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Tax Hike for Cigarettes

Updated: 02/25/2005 - Smoking is not an easy habit to kick, especially if you've done it for a long time, but some state officials and hundreds of health care providers hope increasing the cigarette tax will make quitting easier.

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Polar Plunge Preview

Updated: 02/25/2005 - Sponsors of Wausau's Polar Plunge dive in a day early to test the waters for the brave souls taking the plunge Saturday morning.

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Lands End Layoffs Hit Stevens Point

Updated: 02/25/2005 - A company spokeswoman says only a few Point jobs were lost in the company cutback., but workers tell a local newspaper it's closer to a dozen.

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Sharing War Stories

Updated: 02/25/2005 - He's witnessed some major milestones while serving in Iraq. Now, a local soldier is sharing some of those experiences with area middle school students.

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Mythbusters

Updated: 02/24/2005 - In our final edition of Mythbusters we look into whether knuckle cracking causes arthritis, if you should wait an hour after you've eaten to go swimming, and if swallowed gum takes seven years to digest in your system.

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Money for Pre-K Program

Updated: 02/24/2005 - Many people believe that four-year-old kindergartens stimulate children to learn better in school.

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Bilingual Business

Updated: 02/24/2005 - Having an interpreter to help customers who don't speak English would obviously be a big help for the customer.

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President Signs Senator's Bill

Updated: 02/24/2005 - It took years of effort, but Wisconsin Sen. Kerb Kohl says it was worth it. His journey to limit class action lawsuits has reached its conclusion.

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