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Scammers at Work, Tricked Antigo Area Woman

Updated: 10/23/2008 - Another Antigo area resident has fallen victim to scammers who tricked her out of $5,000 with a story that her grandson was in a serious car crash in Canada and cash was needed to pay for his care.

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Bergstrom Automotive Cuts Jobs at Dealerships

Updated: 10/14/2008 - An auto sales company with a strong presence in Wisconsin is reducing its workforce because of the tough economy. Bergstrom Automotive of Neenah has 33 dealerships across the state, selling domestic and foreign vehicles.

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Wisconsin Offers Free Classes to Help Manage Money

Updated: 10/11/2008 - The classes and seminars are being offered as part of the third annual Money Smart Week to help consumers learn more about saving, investing and using credit wisely.

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Portage County Misses Deadline, Loses $143,000

Updated: 10/11/2008 - The state Department of Transportation said the county will lose about $143,000 of its annual allotment of highway funding because it missed a deadline for filing an audit.

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OSHA Proposes Fines Against Spooner Plant

Updated: 09/20/2008 - SPOONER, Wis. (AP) -- The federal government has proposed $424,000 in fines against the Spooner plant where an explosion burned two workers in March.

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Man Ordered to Pay $108,000 to Ex-Girlfriend

Posted: 09/20/2008 - DULUTH, Minn. (AP) _ A jury has decided a retired Duluth man should pay a former girlfriend more than $108,000 in damages for inflicting emotional distress.

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As Stocks Drop, Many Worry About Financial Security

Updated: 07/06/2009 - As the Dow Jones tumbled about 500 points today, many of us are wondering what we should do with our personal finances with the state of the economy. We spoke to an investment advisor Monday who tells us that the public should not be worried.

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Tomahawk Fall Ride Brings in Millions of Dollars to the Northwoods Area

Updated: 05/07/2009 - Tens of thousands rode into the 28th Annual Tomahawk Fall Ride for MDA. The event not only raised a lot of money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association, but also had a huge economic impact in the Northwoods. Harley Davidson riders out numbered the residents of Tomahawk about 10 to 1 this weekend.

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State Agency Budget Requests Due Monday

Updated: 09/15/2008 - MADISON, Wis. (AP) _ State agencies have until the end of business Monday to submit their spending requests for the next two years.

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Flood Aid tops $93 Million

Updated: 09/13/2008 - MADISON, Wis. (AP) _ So far more than $93 million in state and federal disaster assistance has been approved for summer flooding in the state.

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LdF Election Dispute Heads to Court

Updated: 08/28/2008 - Five members of the Lac du Flambeau tribe have filed an injunction against new election rules which they say keeps them from running for office.

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Marquette Interchange Contractor Gets $4M Bonus

Posted: 08/22/2008 - The state of Wisconsin will pay a contractor a $4 million bonus for finishing the Marquette Interchange before Harley-Davidson's anniversary celebration starts next week. Gov. Jim Doyle officially opened the freeway interchange in downtown Milwaukee on Tuesday, declaring all ramps and lanes open.

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Regents Seek Money for UW System Growth Plans

Posted: 08/22/2008 - The University of Wisconsin System is asking lawmakers for an additional $51 million to continue plans to add students and expand academic and research programs through 2011.

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Kimberly Workers Rally in Last-Ditch Bid to Save Jobs

Posted: 08/22/2008 - Hundreds of paper-mill workers in Outagamie County plan a rally in a last-ditch effort to save their jobs. About 475 workers will be laid off next month when the NewPage plant in Kimberly closes. The union president says he hopes the Sept. 6 rally will convince state and federal leaders to act to save the mill.

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UW-Madison Sees Record Revenue From Apparel, Goods

Updated: 08/20/2008 - Increasing sales of trademarked University of Wisconsin merchandise means the school will have more financial aid money for its neediest students this school year. The university earned a record $2.8 million in royalties from the sales of sweat shirts, hats and other items in the budget year that ended June 30.

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Parking Tickets Written in Wausau Up 71 Percent

Updated: 08/19/2008 - A new report from the Wausau Police Department probably won't make motorists happy. The report says officers issued more than 16,000 parking tickets last year - a 71 percent increase from the previous year.

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Dane County Man and Wife Each Win $350K in Lottery

Posted: 08/19/2008 - This Dane County couple won't have to argue about how to spend their lottery winnings. That's because the Mount Horeb husband and wife each won their own $350,000 jackpots in this weekend's SuperCash state lottery.

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Hearings Set on Proposed Fee Increases in Wisconsin

Updated: 08/11/2008 - MADISON, Wis. (AP) _ The public will get a chance this week to comment on a proposal to increase fees on everything from operating a tattoo parlor to running a religious camp in Wisconsin.

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