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25 Aug News

Scammers Target Small Business with Utility Threats

A common scam targeting small businesses with the threat of utility cut-off is occurring more frequently in Wisconsin. According to the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, the scammers pretend to represent local utility companies. They demand payment or say utilities will be cut. Officials say if you receive a similar call about ...

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25 Aug News

Harley Unveils New Bikes

The public finally got a chance to see the motorcycles that many Tomahawk employees have been working on in recent months. Yesterday, Harley-Davidson Inc. unveiled its 2016 model year lineup with new bikes that will soon begin arriving at dealerships nationwide. The Milwaukee-based company’s touring lineup includes some of its most powerful cruiser bikes and ...

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25 Aug News

City of Wausau corrects 2 misspelled park signs

WAUSAU, Wis. (AP) — The city of Wausau has corrected spelling mistakes carved into two wooden signs bearing the names of different local parks. This month, the signs had to be edited after someone pointed out that they were erroneous. A sign behind City Hall had the word “fountain” misspelled and another at Alexander Park ...

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25 Aug News

New Oneida County Armored Vehicle

The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office has received a new armored vehicle which will be utilized by their Special Response Team. The new vehicle, a Bearcat G3 replaces their previous model. Among other improvements, the new vehicle will provide additional interior room. The previous model was purchased back in 2005. The Sheriff’s Office was able to ...

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25 Aug News

Tomahawk Police Report

A business reported a theft involving two of their employees, each 16 years old. One of the teens was located immediately and cited for retail theft, the second will also receive a citation. A resident reported ordering a package which was delivered to her porch and then went missing. She is working with the company ...

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24 Aug News

Motorcyclist Recovering After Falling from Bridge in Crash

A motorcyclist was hospitalized after being thrown from his bike into the water below a bridge in Vilas County. That accident happened Saturday afternoon at just after 4:00pm on Highway 70 near Eagle River. The operator of the bike lost control near the bridge over the channel between Catfish and Voyageur Lakes. The Vilas County ...

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24 Aug News

When Prepping Seasonal Cabins Be Aware of Possible Break-Ins

With another seasonal change approaching, many outdoor enthusiasts are prepping their cabins for fall and winter activities. The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department is reminding cabin owners to be vigilant for the possibility of break-ins. Thieves often target cabins stocked with items such as weapons, generators, hunting gear, televisions, gasoline, and power equipment. The Sheriff’s Department ...

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24 Aug News

Tomahawk School Open Houses

With the countdown to the first day of school is a little more than a week, each of the schools in the Tomahawk District will hold their back to school open houses this week. First up is the Tomahawk Public School’s open houses for elementary, middle and high school. That’s tomorrow. The Open House events ...

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24 Aug News

Record Setting Musky Open Wraps Up

A record number of anglers registered for this year’s National Championship Musky Open in Eagle River which wrapped up yesterday afternoon. Organizers say 1,266 anglers participated, breaking the record set last year. Those teams caught 195 muskies over the 3 day fishing period, which was just shy of the record. Andrew Martin of Williams Bay ...

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24 Aug News

Lincoln County Sheriff’s Report

An Antigo man became trapped, but was uninjured after rolling his pulp truck last week. That accident happened last Monday on County R. The 54 year old driver was eventually able to free himself and denied medical transport. It took approximately 4 hours to clear the scene due to assessment of the fuel spill. A ...

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