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16 Jan News

Tomahawk Fishing Unlimited Family Fishing Contest

Tomahawk Fishing unlimited will once again host their Family Fishing Contest coming up tomorrow. This is the fourth year for the event. Participants can fish on any lake they choose as long as the fish are registered at the Road Lake Pub. Fishing time is 6am to 6pm Saturday, with a variety of age groups ...

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16 Jan News

Wisconsin DNR shelves New Wolf Plan after Recent Court Ruling

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin wildlife officials have indefinitely shelved their new wolf management plan in the wake of a federal ruling placing Great Lakes wolves back on the endangered species list. The Department of Natural Resources had planned to release a revised plan this month. That proposal included four population options, ranging from a ...

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16 Jan News

Oneida County Sheriff’s Office Gives Additional Details in Drug Investigation

The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office has released additional information into a drug bust on Wednesday. Following a state search warrant executed in the city of Rhinelander, five individuals were arrested. Their identities were not immediately released due to the ongoing investigation. The sheriff’s office now says those individuals will appear in court today. The Sheriff’s ...

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16 Jan News

Update: Fatal Crash Sunday in St. Germain

Officials have now identified the woman who died in a weekend crash in Vilas County. That accident happened on Sunday afternoon. The Sheriff’s office said the woman was traveling through St. Germain on Saint Germain Boulevard when she left the roadway and struck a tree. She was the lone occupant of the vehicle and died ...

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15 Jan News

Donor and Recipient Recovering After Tomahawk Resident’s Liver Donation

Two Tomahawk residents are recovering following a liver transplant surgery. Father John Anderson of St. Mary’s Church in Tomahawk gave one of the biggest gifts he could to one of his parishioners. Father John underwent surgery on Tuesday where he will give nearly 60% of his liver to Ginny Bablick. She was previously diagnosed with ...

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15 Jan News

Lac du Flambeau Unveils Ojibwe ‘Winter Lodge’ Historical Project

Several groups on the Lac du Flambeau reservation unveiled a project that shows how their ancestors lived during winter time. Yesterday was the dedication of the Ojibwe Winter Lodge project. The Winter Lodge, no bigger than a van, was constructed by master Ojibwe artist and LDF teacher Wayne Valliere. He was assisted by many others, ...

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15 Jan News

Five Arrests Made in Rhinelander after Drug Investigation

A multi-agency drug investigation lead to multiple arrests in Rhinelander yesterday. The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office says a search warrant was executed. As a result five individuals were arrested yesterday afternoon. Their names were not immediately provided. The investigation focused on the use, manufacturing and delivery of controlled substances, specifically methamphetamine. The arrests are part ...

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15 Jan News

DNR Free Fishing Weekend

Anglers this weekend across the state will be able to enjoy some warm weather while they are fishing for free. Its time once again for the semi annual DNR free fishing weekend. All Wisconsin waterways will be open to anglers who can fish without a license on Saturday and Sunday. The DNR reminds anyone taking ...

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15 Jan News

TCB Donates to Community Pride Accounts

Ten non-profit organizations were able to start off the new year with some extra cash in the bank, literally. Each January, Tomahawk Community Bank awards ten $100 donations to organizations holding ‘community pride’ checking accounts. Bank officials recently held a drawing to select this year’s winners. They include: Bronsted Searl American Legion Auxiliary Unit 93, ...

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14 Jan News

Local Legislators Weigh In on Governor’s State of State Speech

The talk of the day in Wisconsin is Governor Scott Walker’s 5th State of the State address last night. Both of our legislators quickly weighed in with statements released after the speech. Representative Mary Czaja said she was pleased with the Governor’s optimism and agreed with his plans to reform and right size government. She ...

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