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When asked by a friend, "Why do you go to that kitchen and help all the time?" Arlene Petrizio from Marshfield explained about her volunteering for the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Central Wisconsin, "It makes my day to come here and help.
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The Tenth Regiment band played for half an hour. Outgoing Mayor John Sell thanked council members and city officers for their help during his two-year term.
At one time, people played music on vinyl records because they had to. Today they're doing it because they want to.
Graun and Higgins presented an innovative approach to visualizing airspace obstructions using Infraworks 2014 and learned the latest in civil engineering technologies.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is set to decide whether police can legally draw suspected drunken drivers' blood without a warrant or driver consent.
A new location of a popular coffee chain has opened in the heart of Wausau's downtown.
A 48-year-old Wausau man is charged with theft after he's accused of falsely submitting timecards to a business he no longer worked at.
Daisy Becker of Port Edwards looks at window options with Neal Wozniak, a sales representative from Kolbe Gallery Windows and Doors in Wausau, for a home she wants to build while attending the Wisconsin Rapids Home Show on Saturday, March 26, 2011.
Students at Wausau West High School could be breaking the law with an increasingly popular game that involves Nerf guns, according to a letter sent to parents this week.
Safe Kids Wausau Area will host a car seat recycling event to allow parents and caregivers to rid themselves of old car seats at no charge.
Snow piled up in parts of Northern Wisconsin and Minnesota on Wednesday and Thursday.
Road crews in Wausau once again had to put down salt because of the snow. "Normally, when it's warm we don't have to use the salt.
Beef prices are at an all time high and the price of pork isn't far behind thanks to a deadly virus killing millions of baby pigs in the U.S. In March of 2013 the price of ham averaged $2.68 per pound in the Midwest.
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The city of Schofield plans to move forward with a project to repair the Brooks and Ross Dam, but only if it can find extra money in this year's budget.