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25 May News

Teens Facing Battery Charges Following Fight

Several teens will face battery charges following a fight earlier this month in the Town of Bradley. Deputies were notified of the incident on Sunset Point Road after the victim received multiple injuries. That victim told deputies he was lured to a party where he was jumped by three teens ages 18 and 19 from ...

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25 May News

Deputy Frees Dog Trapped by Leash

A Lincoln County Sheriff’s Deputy is being credited with saving a dog. The animal was traveling to the northwoods with his Madison owners Friday evening. AT some point on Highway 51, the dog’s leash became stuck on a seat lever and began to choke the pup. The owner’s said the more it struggled the tighter ...

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25 May News

Lincoln County Sheriff’s Report

A 55 year old Irma woman was taken into custody Tuesday at just past midnight following an erratic driving complaint. A deputy located that vehicle on 1st Street in Irma. The woman refused to perform a field sobriety test. As a result she was taken into custody for a 1st offense of operating while intoxicated. ...

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25 May News

Mother Nature Pushes Lincoln County Memorial Day Ceremonies Indoors

While Memorial Day often serves as a kick-off for the summer, it is important to remember the real reason for the Holiday. Of course Memorial Day was created to honor those who have lost their lives while serving in the armed forces. Unfortunately Mother Nature is not cooperating with the various Memorial Day Ceremonies planned ...

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22 May News

Main Street Memories Car Show Weekend

Downtown Tomahawk will be busy this weekend culminating with the Main Street Memories Car Show. There will be plenty of activities coming up tomorrow leading up to the actual Car Show on Sunday. This is the 21st year for the event that lines Wisconsin Avenue in Downtown Tomahawk with more than 300 classic or antique ...

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22 May News

Tomahawk Students Experience Mock Car Crash

Tomahawk students will get a first-hand look at the outcome of distracted driving. Its time once again for the Tomahawk High School Mock crash. Emergency workers team together every other year to send the very important message to students of the community. As in past years, the mock accident is put on for the Tomahawk ...

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22 May News

Tomahawk Area Residents Donate 3 Tons of Food to ‘Stamp Out Hunger’

Earlier this month the US Postal Service and their mail carriers teamed up to collect non-perishable food items. It was part of the 23rd annual Stamp Out Hunger food collection. While the national results won’t be in until early next month, local numbers are certainly encouraging. Postmaster Alan Bishop says that their carriers collected more ...

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22 May News

Tiffany Comments on SeniorCare

  As he has done throughout the budget process, State Senator Tom Tiffany has once again commented on committee action–this time on yesterday’s SeniorCare vote. As part of the biennial budget process, the Joint Finance Committee voted to keep SeniorCare intact and without a cost increase. Tiffany, who represents most of the Northwoods said “since ...

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22 May News

Former Deputy Granted Court Appointed Attorney

A former sheriff’s deputy accused of a relationship with a teen was back in court for the second consecutive day. Zachary Dorr is facing 3 felonies, the most serious being 2nd degree sexual assault of a child. The 34 year old was arrested earlier this month after alleged actions with a 15 year old girl. ...

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22 May News

Tomahawk Police Report

Officers investigated after a parent reported someone purchased cigarettes for a teen. Officer’s spoke with the 53 year old who denied doing so. Officers warned the man not to do so. A 54 year old man was arrested following a traffic stop. A caller reported the vehicle all over the roadway. Following a field sobriety ...

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