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19 Jan News

St. Mary’s Request

St. Mary’s is sending a request for any community members who are alumni.  They are looking for pictures and memorabilia from the past for a display they are putting together for their 100 year anniversary.  If you have any items to loan to St. Mary’s, know that they will be treated with kindness and respect, […]

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19 Jan News

County Deer Advisory Councils

While the deer hunt is several months out, area hunters will be able to weigh in on the local populations. January marks the start of the annual County Deer Advisory Councils. Over the next few weeks, each of the state’s 72 counties will hold their own meetings. Several local counties will host their meetings this […]

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19 Jan News

Wausau Student Headed to Inauguration

Nathan Trueblood, a high school senior at Wausau West High School, is headed to Donald Trump’s inauguration January 20th.  Trueblood received a personal invitation to the event in the mail earlier this month.  Trueblood said, “To have this opportunity handed to you is pretty cool.” He doesn’t know how he was chosen, but he did […]

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19 Jan News

Eagle River Ice Castle

Many volunteers and the Eagle River Fire Department made sure that Eagle River could get its ice castle back in time for the middle of winter.  This icy tradition took more than 1,000 hours to put together.  The 90 pound blocks were stacked over the last five days.  Since each block is nearly uniform, they […]

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19 Jan News

Tomahawk Main Street Recommended for National Accreditation

The Tomahawk Main Street organization has once again been recommended for National Accreditation. Director Christine Vorpagel announced that accomplishment in her written Main Street report at last week’s city council meeting. The recommendation came from Wisconsin Main Street Development Coordinator Darrin Wasniewski at the WEDC Board of Director’s meeting last month. Vorpagel noted that the […]

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18 Jan News

Stolen Vehicle Recovered

The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office has released information regarding a complaint from a citizen that their vehicle had been stolen from the Town of Pelican last Thursday.  The vehicle was located last Saturday in the city of Rhinelander.  Alexander Durand was arrested for Driving a Vehicle without Owner’s Consent, Theft of Moveable Property, and Bail […]

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18 Jan News

Fatal Car Crash near Eagle River

Wisconsin State Patrol is investigating a crash near Eagle River involving a semi that was travelling northbound on US 51 and struck by a minivan travelling westbound on County Road H, yesterday afternoon, at 3:33 pm.  The minivan failed to stop for the stop sign on County Road H and struck the passenger side of […]

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18 Jan News

Fatal Snowmobile Crash in Minocqua

Last night, at approximately 7:13 pm, the Minocqua Police Department responded to a snowmobile crash on Lower Kaubashine Road at the intersection of Camp Nine Road and Cedar Falls Drive, in Minocqua.  A snowmobile traveling on Lower Kaubashine Road lost control and crashed in a wooded area adjacent to the roadway.  The operator, Jeffrey Lee […]

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18 Jan News

Lincoln County Board of Supervisors Meeting

The Lincoln County Board of Supervisors met last night, acknowledging members for 10, 15, 20 and 25 years of service.  There were no new appointments.  There were resolutions recommending adoption of the Lincoln County Land & Water Resource Management Plan, authorizing the issuance and sale of a $2,600,000 note, and authorizing the issuance and sale […]

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18 Jan News

Recycling Rewards Program

Congratulations to the residents of 442 Leather Avenue!  This week your property was selected for inspection.  Both of your recycling containers looked good and contained the proper materials.  Eagle Waste contributes $20 in Chamber Bucks per week, and this week’s pot is worth $40.  Congratulations, 442 Leather Avenue!  You can pick up your prize at […]

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