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Witness: I helped hide Stephanie Low’s body

WAUSAU – Explosive testimony continues today as the second week of the trial of Kristopher Torgerson is now underway. Torgerson, now 37, is accused of killing 22-year-old Stephanie Low in a fight over drugs, then burying her body in a wooded area near Wabeno. Low was reported missing in October 2010. Torgerson has never admitted… Keep Reading

Living

Health: Fighting the fog of depression in women

By Tiffany King, for Wausau Pilot & Review Depression can have profound consequences on women, not only mentally but physically as well. It can make even bright days seem dim, drain joy from life, and can create confusion and a lack of direction. Everyone feels sad or down occasionally–when things go wrong at work, when… Keep Reading

Living

This week at the Woodson

Toddler Tuesday Drawing Hands Toddlers, 18 months-4 years, and accompanying adults share Escher-inspired hands-on art projects. March 21 Tuesday 10:30 am – Noon Art Time for Tots Hand-in-Hand Fun Children, 18 months-4 years, and accompanying adults share a story, music, and movement in the hand-in- hand spirit of Escher’s Drawing Hands. Call 715.845.7010 to register. March 22 Wed. OR March 23 Thurs. 9:30… Keep Reading

Wisconsin news

Samoset Council gets top ranking

The Samoset Council was recently recognized by the Boy Scouts of America as a top council in the country, ranking second among 270 councils, the organization announced on Friday. For the third year in a row, the Samoset Council has earned the “Gold” standard of excellence from the Boy Scouts of America. “Achieving Gold recognition… Keep Reading

Wisconsin news

Milestones: Obituaries, March 13-15

Elizabeth S. Peters, 90, January 14, 1927 – March 15, 2017 Elizabeth was born on January 14, 1927 and passed away on Wednesday, March 15, 2017. Elizabeth was a resident of Wausau, Wisconsin at the time of her passing. She graduated from Wausau High in 1945 and received her accounting degree. She was married to… Keep Reading

Wisconsin news

Book of the week: Lola

At the start of Melissa Scrivner Love’s stunning debut, a messenger from the Los Liones cartel visits the Huntington Park, Calif., home of 26-year-old Lola Vasquez and extends an offer to her boyfriend, Garcia. If Garcia’s gang, the Crenshaw Six, can intercept a drop between one of Los Liones’s former dealers and the man’s new… Keep Reading

Sirens/Wisconsin news

New twists emerge in Torgerson trial

WAUSAU – Day five of the homicide trial of Kristopher Torgerson began with a delay and a flurry of motions after prosecutors announced a possible scheme to create a mistrial. Torgerson, 37, is being tried on charges of first-degree intentional homicide, armed robbery and hiding a corpse in connection with the 2010 death of Stephanie… Keep Reading

Living/Wisconsin news

Vino Latte to relocate in Wausau

By Shereen Siewert Vino Latte, the coffee and wine shop at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Thomas Street in Wausau, will soon relocate to the city’s west side. Ron and Loreen Glaman acquired the former Cafe Le Grand in November 2003, expecting to move the business in 2005 when the intersection was likely to… Keep Reading

Living/Wisconsin news

Woodson announces 2017 master artist

WAUSAU – The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum announces Milwaukee sculptor Don Rambadt as its 2017 Master Artist, who will be honored during the Museum’s 42nd annual Birds in Art exhibition this fall. Rambadt, the Woodson Art Museum’s 36th Master Artist, will receive the Master Wildlife Artist Medal during the “Birds in Art” opening on… Keep Reading

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