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* At 7:52 a.m. Tuesday, a Wisconsin Rapids man reported a woman punched him in the face, and he placed her on the ground and was holding her down.
This month, the speaker is Scott Gottschalk. His topic will be "A Closet Christian; My Coming Out."
Significant snowfall is expected across portions of northwest Wisconsin, with a messy, wintry mix of precipitation across the Chippewa Valley on Wednesday.
Board members want to hear from people with disabilities, their families, friends, disability activists, service providers and other concerned individuals about their ideas for the future of disability advocacy and the issues in need of addressing in the areas of special education, developmental disability, mental health and physical disability ... (more)
Skating is available during park hours, but the warming house at Witter Field only is open from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. on school weekdays, and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Satursdays and Sundays.
Our concert will include traditional and contemporary songs such as, "He Is Born!," Vivaldi's "Gloria in Excelsis Deo," and "Baby, It's Cold Outside."
* At 4:10 p.m. Sunday, a caller reported a semi hit a stop sign at the intersection of Third Street and East Grand Avenue.
This is part of a Tuesday Daily Tribune Media series that features a variety of long-unsolved crimes and more recent investigations.
A 21-year-old Wisconsin Rapids woman charged in a drunk driving crash that injured three of her passengers is expected to reach a plea deal with prosecutors on Dec. 9 meaning she'll avoid going to trial.
A south Wood County youth sports organization is seeking a reprieve from the city's building permit fees as it expands its game facilities.
At 11:22 a.m. Friday, a Wisconsin Rapids woman reported the theft of a debit card from the Wednesday before in the 2600 block of Eighth Street South.
On Thursday, at Lake Aire Supper Club, local Modern Woodmen of America members will honor Riverview Hospital Home Delivered Meals and Schoonover as a hometown hero.
The choir will perform a variety of new and traditional holiday music. As part of the ensemble's holiday concert tradition, the choir will encourage the audience to sing along on some favorite Christmas carols.