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31 Oct News

Winter Farmer’s Markets Keep Fresh, Local Foods Available in Northwoods

With a fresh layer of snow on the ground, farmer’s markets are the probably the furthest thing from the mind in Northern Wisconsin. But two area groups are teaming to try and bring healthy foods to the Northwoods during the colder months. The LEAN Coalition is partnering with the YMCA of the Northwoods in Rhinelander ...

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31 Oct News

Lincoln County Health Agencies Planning Ebola Preparedness Despite Low Risk

While there remain less than a handful of ebola cases contracted in the United States, Lincoln County Health agencies are working on joint planning in case a diagnosis should occur. The Lincoln County Health and Emergency Management Departments are teaming with Ministry Good Sam, Ministry Sacred Heart and Ministry Medical Group to develop the plans. ...

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31 Oct News

Trial Date Set for Teen Involved in Lincoln, Price County Chase

A trial date has been set for a Tomahawk teen accused of leading police on a high speed chase this summer. The 17 year old has pleaded not guilty to charges including fleeing an officer and two counts of reckless endangering safety. In addition to criminal charges, a series of traffic citations were also issued ...

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31 Oct News

Northwoods Community Reality Breaks Ground on New Facility

The folks at Northwoods Community Reality traded in their snow shovels for digging shovels this morning. That’s because they held a ground breaking ceremony earlier this morning for their new 1,800 square foot building at the corner of North 4th and West Mohawk. Jackie Leonard says they purchased the property last month and they are ...

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31 Oct News

THS October Students of the Month

The Tomahawk School district has announced their October Students of the Month. Recipients include: Cayton Scholz, foreign language; Maeghan Strebig, family and consumer education; Tyler Wittman, math; Kyle Olson, band; Danny Hanke, business; Kyle Borem, Tech Ed.; Taylor Johnson, Social Studies; Bobbi Steines, phy, ed; Karli Cecil, Science; Rachel Wiseman, English and Heidi Massa, Student ...

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31 Oct News

City of Tomahawk Police Report

A two vehicle accident was reported on West Leather Ave Monday morning. No injuries were reported, but one driver was cited for inattentive driving. A person reported a dog bite on West Wisconsin Avenue earlier this month and wanted a rabies follow up. A Tomahawk student was cited for disorderly conduct following an incident at ...

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30 Oct News

North Central Boy Scouts Council Receives Substantial Donation

Some time spent as a member of the Boy Scouts in Northern Wisconsin in his younger days inspired a Chicago man to make a huge donation to the local Boy Scout organization. Real estate executive Albert Hanna will donate $3 million dollars to the Samoset Council, which comprises 6 sections across 10 counties of Northern ...

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30 Oct News

Update: Rambo Sentenced to Life in Prison

A Price County man convicted of killing his wife has been sentenced to life in prison. William Rambo was convicted in August of first degree intentional homicide following an Alford plea meaning he maintained his innocence but admitted the evidence was likely to convict him. In August of 2013, Rambo’s wife died from multiple stab ...

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30 Oct News

Suspect Takes ‘Selfie’ with Stolen Phone

A man suspected of stealing a cell phone in Portage County may have helped police solve the case by providing his own mug shot. Portage County Crime Stoppers is seeking the man, who took a ‘selfie’ with the phone before tossing it. The ‘selfie’ along with security footage of the man is available on the ...

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30 Oct News

DNR reminds hunters to review county boundaries

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin wildlife officials are reminding deer hunters to learn the boundaries of new management units by reviewing county lines. The Department of Natural Resources has reduced the number of traditional management units this year from 134 to 76 units based on county and tribal boundaries in an effort to simplify the ...

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