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ROTHSCHILD - A Madison attorney has been named to run the operations of the Cedar Creek Mall after a foreclosure lawsuit was filed.
Do You Know the NRA?
Should PBS receive government funding?
9 hrs ago | Green Bay Press-Gazette
At 12:09 p.m. Friday, an officer responded to a report of theft in the 2800 block of North Sixth Street.
18 hrs ago | Green Bay Press-Gazette
The Marathon County Rural Health Initiative, or RHI, an on-farm health program, will launch this spring, thanks to the financial backing of several Marathon County health care and agribusiness organizations.
MADISON, WI Over 100 diggers were ticketed this fall for illegally harvesting ginseng in Wisconsin since 2007.
The Marathon County Humane Society isn't keen about giving pets as gifts for the holidays But if you're shopping at a pet store, chances are good that cute little canine came from a puppy mill.
What started as a cloud of smoke, quickly turned into a roaring fire when firefighters were called to the Days Inn in Wausau on Saturday night.
Diane Borchardt, Wausau Warming Center coordinator: Provided shelter and a path to life improvements for some of Wausau's hardest-to-reach residents.
The Adams County sheriff says a 77-year-old woman hurt in a late October fire that killed her 79-year-old husband and another man has died too.
At 6:10 p.m. Thursday, a woman was arrested on three felony Marathon County warrants in the 400 block of South Second Avenue.
Security Health Plan of Wisconsin Inc. has announced 17 recipients of Healthy Communities Mini-Grants, an investment of $134,000 in the members and communities it serves.
Often when we think of hunger and homelessness we imagine urban, high population centers like Madison or Milwaukee, but it is a very prevalent problem in rural communities across America and the 7th Congressional District is no exception.
Computer science means a lot of things, from coding to engineering and even entrepreneurship, but one thing it almost certainly means is this: jobs.
On Nov. 28, a resident in the 4800 block of Fuller Street, village of Weston, reported a theft.
Folks who live near the Marathon County Historical Society Museum, or any museum for that matter, should feel blessed to have any educational institution near where they live.