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25 Aug News

Honor Flight Receives $1,500 Donations from Tomahawk Groups

    The Never Forgotten Honor Flight received a pair of donations from the area last week totaling $1,500. Coordinators Jim Campbell and Mike Thompson were on hand Thursday at the Wurl-Feind-Ingman Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2687 to accept a $1,000 donation. Senior Vice Commander Jerry Dvorak says the money represented the support of ...

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25 Aug News

DNR Says Recycling School Supplies Saves Money, Reduces Waste

With the start of school right around the corner, the DNR is promoting planning and recycling that can save money while reducing waste. DNR Recycling Outreach Coordinator Elisabeth Olson says, “From kindergarten to college, we know it’s a busy time for students and their families.” To help out, DNR recycling specialists have gathered some practical ...

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25 Aug News

Judge Accepts ‘Alford Plea’ in Park Falls Homicide Case

A judge has accepted a plea deal from a Price County man accused of killing his estranged wife. William Rambo appeared in court last Friday after previously submitting an Alford Plea for approval. This means he maintains innocence but admits the evidence is likely to convict. At the court hearing Judge Ann Knox-Bauer accepted the ...

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25 Aug News

Area Construction Project Updates

Bridge maintenance and lane closures have been scheduled in several areas of the state including Lincoln County. According to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, motorists can expect to encounter single, daytime lane closures on Southbound US 51 at WIS 64 in the town of Pine River starting today. The lane closures are necessary for crews ...

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22 Aug News

Former Little Rice Fire Dept. Treasurer Charged with Theft

A Tomahawk woman has been charged with taking money from the Little Rice Fire Department. Thirty four year old Ragina Reimert appeared via video in Oneida County Court this week. Court records show that she is facing charges including theft and misconduct in a public office. Reimert isthe former treasurer of the Little Rice Fire ...

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22 Aug News

Lac du Flambeau/Vilas County Receive Grant for Unique Zaagiibagaa Court Initiative

The Lac du Flambeau and Vilas County have received a grant that will support the Zaagiibagaa Healing to Wellness Court. The program serves as an alternative to incarceration for non-violent adult criminals offenders suffering from addiction. The goal is to help participants maintain sobriety through local treatment and counseling, education incentives, employment and family reunification. ...

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22 Aug News

Hiawatha/Bearskin Trail Connection Dedication Event

Two months after announcing the project, a link between the Hiawatha and Bearskin Bike trails has become a reality. The two prominent trails left Tomahawk and Minocqua respectively, but left riders with a six mile gap between the two. With tomorrow’s dedication ceremony the trails will officially connect. Construction crews have been working on the ...

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22 Aug News

Judge Expected to Rule on Rambo Homicide Plea Deal

A Price County man accused of killing his wife will appear in court later today where a judge is expected rule on a plea deal. William Rambo submitted an Alford Plea for consideration last week. An Alford Plea means he maintains innocence but admits that evidence presents a likely conviction. Rambo was arrested last August ...

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22 Aug News

Sacred Heart Foundation Announces Scholarship Recipients

Five area women pursuing careers in the medical field have been awarded scholarships from the Sacred Heart Hospital Foundation. The board has selected Allison Gustafson, Annie Jarvensivu, Stacey Nelson, and Jordyn VanStrydonk, plus Rachel Elliott was chosen to receive the Don Lintereur Memorial Scholarship. Gustafson is in school to become a physician. Jarevensivu and VanStrydonk ...

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22 Aug News

Tomahawk Police Report-August 22

An officer responded to a disorderly conduct complaint from a Tomahawk business regarding a 33 year old male. The man had left prior to the officer’s arrival. Contact was made and the man was informed he was no longer welcome and warned of potential police action should the issue persist. The Tomahawk Police Department provided ...

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