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11 Mar News

Tomahawk School Board March Meeting Recap

The Tomahawk School District began their meeting with a presentation from Choral instructor Corey Coburn and student Audrey Dichsen on a recent trip to the Dorian Vocal Festival. Its one of the largest events of its kind featuring over 1,100 students including 4 this past year from Tomahawk. In addition to Dichsen, were Selah Mcmahon, ...

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10 Mar News

Charges Filed Against Oneida County Teen in Double Homicide

Prosecutors have now filed charges against a teen in connection with a double homicide in Oneida County. Ashlee Martinsen is currently in custody in Indiana, awaiting an extradition hearing. The 17 year old was arrested after a search Sunday. The Oneida County Sheriff’s office was called to a home in the Town of Piehl Sunday ...

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10 Mar News

Pulp Truck Rollover Causes Road Blockage in Lincoln County Monday

Traffic was blocked for more than 3 hours yesterday when a pulp truck rolled in Lincoln County. That accident happened yesterday morning at just after 9:00am on State Road 86 east of Tomahawk. The driver told deputies he moved over to avoid striking a deer. He entered the gravel shoulder of the road and lost ...

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10 Mar News

Former Representatives Obey, Petri Hosting Civics Talks

Two former Wisconsin Congressman are touring all areas of the state in the coming weeks in hopes of getting young people civically active. David Obey and Tom Petri have more than 70 years of combined experience representing their constituents in Congress. Now the two are teaming up for a lecture series across the state. That ...

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10 Mar News

Live Sustainable, Lincoln County to Talk Rain Gardens

April Showers bring May Flowers? Live Sustainable, Lincoln County will be having a special meeting this evening to discuss how to use rain to water your plants. Previous session’s have focused on using rain barrels. Tonight will will focus on planting rain gardens to use that rain before it runs off to surface water. Dan ...

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10 Mar News

Tomahawk Police Report

Officers were called by a woman concerned about her boyfriend drinking and leaving in a vehicle. Officers were called a second time regarding an altercation, the 28 year old man was taken into custody for domestic disorderly conduct. A resident on North 4th Street reported items stolen from his home, officers are following up. Two ...

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09 Mar News

Teen Wanted in Oneida County Homicide Arrested in Indiana

Two individuals wanted for questioning in connection with an Oneida County homicide investigation have been taken into custody. The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office was called to a home in the town of Piehl late yesterday morning where they found an adult male and adult female dead from an apparent homicide. As a result, the sheriff’s ...

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09 Mar News

Horse Struck by SUV on Highway 51

Traffic on Highway 51 near Tomahawk was closed for less than an hour over the weekend after a horse collided with a vehicle. The accident happened early Saturday morning at around midnight, just south of the Highway A on-ramp. Four horses, along with a miniature horse were loose in the southbound lanes of Highway 51. ...

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09 Mar News

Ice Shanty Removal Dates

A sure sign the end of winter is drawing near is the deadlines for ice shanty removal on Wisconsin waters. The first deadline is for those shacks located on Wisconsin waterways south of Highway 64. That date came and went yesterday. Those using ice shacks on waters north of Highway 64 and the Great Lakes ...

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09 Mar News

Frozen Road Restrictions

With temperatures expected to warm up significantly this week, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) has announced the frozen road declaration ended statewide this morning. That designation allows trucks with wood or salt exceed normal weight limits while the highways are classified as frozen as determined by the frost in the ground. In addition, the ...

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