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The WJJQ Pro Prediction Contest continues during the 2018 season.

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Nascar Challenge Contest Continues during the 2018 Season.

Each week during the season you will have a chance to win weekly prizes.  There will also be a monthly prize and a grand prize at the conclusion of the season.  Contest Schedules and Entry Available Here
City of Tomahawk Asks Residents to Weigh in on Outdoor Recreation
Published on 11/13/2018 under News Outdoor enthusiasts that utilize Tomahawk parks, trails and other areas will have a chance to weigh in on those opportunities. The city is currently updating their Outdoor Recreation Plan, which sets the city's recreational direction for the next five years. Officials are partnering with the North Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission to complete the work. That includes a short online survey for those who participate in outdoor recreation. The survey includes approximately 20 questions on topics such as park usage, types of recreational activities, and rating the various parks and trails in town. There is even a short exercise to spend imaginary dollars on various improvements. The survey takes approximately 15 minutes to complete and includes areas for comments, as well. Once the data is gathered, the City will move forward with completing the plan which will serve as a rough guide to the city's recreation planning. They are accepting the online surveys through November 30. A link is available on the city Facebook page.
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Lincoln County Sheriff Reminds Hunters to Check County Ordinances on Public Lands
Published on 11/13/2018 under News With deer season just a few days away, a local law enforcement agency is reminding hunters to check up on local ordinances. In their weekly report, the Lincoln County Sheriff issued their annual caution and areas where they typically see violations. First up is people using ATVs or UTVs in restricted areas. Other common violations they cite people for include: constructing permanent stands or using screw in climbing pegs on county owned property and trespassing. The Sheriff says the Rec. Deputy will be patrolling county lands and enforce laws and helping to ensure everyone has a safe hunting season. They added one other reminder for hunters heading to their cabins to check that smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are working.
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Rep. Felzkowski Elected Assistant Majority Leader
Published on 11/13/2018 under News Fresh off of her re-election, a local representative has been voted to a leadership position in the State Assembly. Representative Mary Felzkowski announced that the Republican Caucus elected her to the post of Assistant Majority leader for the upcoming legislative session. In the announcement, she said, "I want to thank my fellow caucus members for the faith they have placed in me. I promise to aid every single member in advocating on behalf of our entire sixty-three member caucus, all while ensuring our conservative principles and core values remain uncompromised as we enter uncharted political territory." Felzkowski is wrapping up her third term as representative of the 35th district serving Lincoln County, as well as portions of several surrounding counties. She earned a fourth term by defeating Democratic challenger Mark Martello in last week's election with 64% of the vote.
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UW-SP Reduces Number of Majors Being Eliminated
Published on 11/13/2018 under News STEVENS POINT, Wis. (AP) — University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point officials have reduced the number of majors slated for elimination by more than half. The school in March proposed eliminating 13 programs to help cope with a projected $4.5 million budget deficit over two years. University officials announced Monday that they've modified the proposal to cut six majors, including French, German, geoscience, geography, history and two bachelor's degree concentrations in art. University officials said they were able to save the remaining seven majors due to faculty retirements and resignations resulting from deficits and decreasing enrollment. UW System regents must sign off on the proposal. The university says a final plan must be ready by spring to coincide with submission of the next fiscal year's budget.
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THS Cross Country Team Hosts Awards Program
Published on 11/09/2018 under Sports On Thursday night, the Tomahawk Hatchet Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams hosted their 2018 Awards Banquet in the Tomahawk School District Auditorium. Here are the winners: Rookies Of The Year: (Boys) Noah Buckwalter (Girls) Macey Mann Most Improved JV: (Boys) Reed Zedler & Alex Norman (Girls) Corinn Genelin Most Improved Var: (Boys) Garron Albrent (Girls) Arianna Schreiner Coaches Awards: (Boys) Trey Baalke & Matt Johnson (Girls) Kate Reilly Scholar Athletes: (Boys) Evan Ploeckelman & (Girls) Macey Mann & Kate Reilly & Haley Voermans-Dean (All 4.000's 1st Qtr) Captains Awards: (Boys) Shawn Dirkx & Evan Ploeckelman & (Girls) Jackie Wick & Arianna Schreiner Punchy Reich Memorial: Shawn Dirkx (as picked by his teammates) GNC All-Conference: (Girls) Haley Voermans-Dean, Meagan Berg, Emily Lacina GNC All-Conference: (Boys) Evan Ploeckelman, Noah Buckwalter, Drew Bolder Most Valuable: (Girls) Haley Voermans-Dean Co-Most Valuable: (Boys) Evan Ploeckelman & Drew Bolder Service Awards: Sandy & Mick Wick, Heather Leverance
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Hatchet Girls Swimming Team Sending 10 Events to State
Published on 11/08/2018 under Sports The Hatchets will send a school record 10 events to the 2018 WIAA State Championships on Friday night in Madison. Advancing to state are the Hatchet 200 medley, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relays. Qualifying as individuals are Kylee Theiler in the 200 and 500 free, Kaylie Svacina in the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke, Megan Marcks in the 100 free and 100 backstroke and Katy Volz in the 50 free. The 2018 WIAA State Swimming Championships begin at 6:30 pm with the 200 yard medley relay at the UW Natatorium in Madison. Northwoods 92-5, WJJQ will have live coverage of the state swimming championships starting at 6:10 pm on Friday night.
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Hatchet Girls Swimming Team Finishes Second at Sectionals
Published on 11/05/2018 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Girls Swimming Team finished second at the 2018 Division Two Sectional Meet at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point on Saturday. Merrill won the meet with 267.5 points, with the Hatchets scoring 265 points to finish second.  Wausau East was third with 262 points. Tomahawk set new school records in their first place finishes in the 200 medley relay, 200 freestyle relay and 400 freestyle relay. Kylee Theiler was first in the 200 and 500 freestyle.  Theiler set new school records in both of these events. Kaylie Svacina won the 200 yard IM and set a new school record.  Svacina also won the 100 breaststroke.  Megan Marcks finished second in the 100 yard freestyle and was third in the 100 yard backstroke setting a new school record. Katy Volz was third in the 50 freestyle. The Hatchets will send a school record 10 events to the 2018 WIAA State Championships on Friday night in Madison. Advancing to state are the Hatchet 200 medley, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relays.  Qualifying as individuals are Kylee Theiler in the 200 and 500 free, Kaylie Svacina in the 200 IM and 100 breaststroke, Megan Marcks in the 100 free and 100 backstroke and Katy Volz in the 50 free. The 2018 WIAA State Swimming Championships begin at 6:30 pm with the 200 yard medley relay at the UW Natatorium in Madison.
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