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A worker pulled a boom in a cranberry marsh during the fall 2011 harvest near Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
Should PBS receive government funding?
Do undocumented immigrants contribute to the economy?
University of Wisconsin-Marshfield/Wood County can help students reach their goals to graduate with winterim courses.
Sgt. 1st Class Terry L. Zillmer, 39th Engineering Battalion U.S. Army Reserves, returned to Oklahoma's Fort Sill on Nov. 30 and arrived in Marshfield on Friday.
This is part of a Tuesday Daily Tribune Media series that features a variety of long-unsolved crimes and more recent investigations.
The Wisconsin Reporter broke the news last werk that Wisconsin Attorney General J. B Van Hollen's Justice Department has agreed to represent judges overseeing the John Doe investigation into the operations and finances of major conservative organizations.
Charges have been filed against 17-year-old Robert Goehring of Arpin, who allegedly stole a vehicle and led Marshfield police on a brief car chase Nov. 26. Goehring has been charged with fleeing an officer and operating a vehicle without consent, both felonies.
Central Wisconsin authorities and tavern owners want people to enjoy the holidays, but they want people to use good sense when it comes to drinking.
I am currently living in foster care with some of my adoptive siblings, and all of us need a forever home.
A program in which a central Wisconsin high school district planned to partner with a Chinese school has been delayed due to issues with the Chinese government.
Supplies of the bright red fruit have trounced demand, sending prices paid to independent growers falling to levels not seen in more than a decade, industry watchers say.
During November, our chapter had a display in the lower level of McMillan Library.
Those of us 80 years old or older might have fading memories of the horrific events that happened on Dec. 7, 1941.
An administrative law judge has ruled in favor of Wood County after a hearing and review of claims filed with the county for gender discrimination and wrongful termination.
Town Board: 6:45 p.m. Monday, Fire Station, 2410 48th St. S. Agenda includes: Closed session to discuss bargaining agreement.