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23 Feb News

Slide-Off Results in Arrest for Sex Offender Violation

A registered sex offender was arrested for a violation following a vehicle slide-off in Lincoln County. A passerby reported a truck in the ditch Saturday afternoon on Dudley Road near Gleason. A sheriff’s deputy arrived and found a 16 year old driver that did not have a valid driver’s license. The passenger in the vehicle, ...

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23 Feb News

Lincoln County Sheriff Report

A 44 year old Merrill man was arrested Wednesday afternoon following a disturbance in the Town of Scott. Deputies were called to a business at just after 2pm for an apparently intoxicated man. Witnesses told Deputies the man was yelling and swearing and continued to do so after Deputies arrived. The man was brought to ...

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20 Feb News

Fatal Oneida County Snowmobile Accident

One person has died in a snowmobile accident in Oneida County. The single sled crash happened at around 5pm off of Birch Road in Lake Tomahawk. The Oneida County Sheriff’s Department says the driver left the route and struck a tree. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene. The identity of the victim is ...

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20 Feb News

Update: Fire Near Tomahawk has Crews on Scene for 17 Hours

Firefighters spent more than 17 hours on the scene of a fire north of Tomahawk. Crews were first called to the home on Clear Lake Road at just before 8 Wednesday evening. The home was fully involved upon arrival, and is now considered a total loss. More than 30 firefighters were on the scene from ...

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20 Feb News

Crandon Man Pleads Not Guilty to Child Pornography Charges

A Crandon man will head to trial on child pornography charges. Thirty year old Justin Bula appeared in Forest County Court yesterday. The judge ruled there is enough evidence to proceed, and Bula then pleaded not guilty to 10 counts of possession of child pornography. His December arrest was the result of a search warrant ...

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20 Feb News

Frozen Tozen Winter Festival in Boulder Jct.

People in Boulder Junction will enjoy many of the fun winter has to offer with one of the best named winter festivals in the northwoods. Tomorrow the community will host the seventh annual Frozen Tozen. Organizers say they have a wide variety of activities including an ice fishing tournament, a mile long snow shoe run, ...

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20 Feb News

Nicolet Offering FAFSA Application Assistance Event Saturday

Financial Aid forms can be a daunting task for those seeking secondary education. Tomorrow Nicolet College will host an event making the process a bit easier. The College Goal Wisconsin session will offer the opportunity along with tips on filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA. Applications are entered into a ...

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20 Feb News

Tomahawk High School January Students of the Month

The Tomahawk School district recently announced their January Students of the Month. Winners include: Tanner Bartz, Foreign Language; Han McMahon, Science; Lane Beaumier, Math; Emma Kummerfelt Social Studies; Mike Lodholz, English; Emma Gane, Family and Consumer Ed.;Kirstin Marcks, business; Danielle Kurth, physical education; Elizabeth Ierulli, Music; William Jelinek, Tech Ed; Mariah Wittmann, Health.

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19 Feb News

Fire Crews Battle Overnight Blaze on Clear Lake near Tomahawk

Tomahawk area firefighters have dealt with difficult conditions as they battle a fire overnight. The fire was reported near Clear Lake early this morning and Tomahawk crews have been on the scene throughout the the night with assistance from surrounding crews. With temperatures in the twenties below zero, it has provided additional difficulties to the ...

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19 Feb News

Tomahawk School Districts Looks for Referendum Committee Community Participants

The Tomahawk School Board is seeking residents interested in participating on a committee that will explore a referendum. As we told you yesterday, the board held a special meeting earlier this week to discuss a potential shortfall of $850,000 for the upcoming school year. The board voted unanimously to use money from their fund balance ...

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