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Social hosting bill proposed for state

MADISON – Rep. André Jacque, R-De Pere, has reintroduced a bill that would prohibit adults from providing alcohol to minors on their property. Parents who violate the bill could face fines of $500 per underage person. Wausau has had its own social hosting ordinance for years, but some lawmakers are concerned that the rules might… Keep Reading

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This week at the Woodson

M.C. ESCHER Reality and Illusion March 4 – May 28, 2017 Iconic works by Dutch artist M.C. Escher (1898-1972), including a pair of hands drawing themselves and  morphing into birds, became well known – from museum exhibitions worldwide to 1970s college dorm rooms – and continue to mesmerize. Woodcuts, lithographs, mezzotints, and drawings delve deeper into… Keep Reading

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Updated: School Board candidate forum to be held Thursday

WAUSAU – Three of four candidates for the Wausau School Board will appear Thursday at a forum to discuss key issues ahead of the upcoming election. Three candidates will be elected to three-year terms on April 4. Shereen Siewert, publisher and editor of Wausau Pilot & Review, will co-moderate a public forum alongside Oliver Burrows,… Keep Reading

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Scammers target local police

MERRILL – The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department on Monday released a warning to central Wisconsin residents that their agency is being used to work scams. Since Friday, two residents called police to report the attempted scams. In one case, the number on the caller ID matched the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Department, said Lt. Tim Fischer.… Keep Reading

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One injured in Target pellet gun shooting

WESTON – One person is injured and multiple people are expected to face charges after one teenager shot another teenager with an Airsoft pellet gun in the Target parking lot on Sunday. Wausau police, who are supplementing Everest Metro officers this week, were called to the department store, 2727 Schofield Ave., around 8 p.m. for… Keep Reading

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German gummy bear maker comes to Wisconsin

BERLIN (Reuters) – German candymaker Haribo, famous for its fruit-flavored gummy bears, plans to build its first production facility in the United States and start making confectionery there from 2020. Family-owned Haribo, which employs 7,000 people worldwide at 16 sites in ten countries, said on Thursday it has decided to acquire property in Wisconsin for… Keep Reading

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Gov. Walker approves county forest road funding

MADISON – Governor Scott Walker announced this week that $284,700 in state funds will help 24 Wisconsin counties maintain and improve public roads in county forests. But Marathon County will only receive $2,039.98 of those funds to cover just over six miles of roadway. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) administers the state’s County Forest… Keep Reading

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Suspect named in shooting spree

By Shereen Siewert WESTON – The lone suspect in a shooting rampage that left four people dead, including a veteran police officer, is identified as Nengmy Vang, 45, of Weston. Wausau Pilot & Review had been withholding Vang’s name until it was made public to avoid compromising the investigation. The tragedy began just after 12:30… Keep Reading

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Book of the week: Find Me

Jarlath “Jar” Costello, a London-based internet click-bait content writer and hero of J.S. Monroe’s thrilling debut, has started seeing a dead person. Specifically, he’s been seeing glimpses of Rosa Sandhoe, his girlfriend who leapt to her death into the sea off Norfolk in 2012 when she was a student at Cambridge University. Five years later,… Keep Reading

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GUILTY: The verdict is in

WAUSAU – (8:01 p.m.) After deliberating for more than five hours, an Eau Claire County jury has found Kristopher Torgerson guilty in the 2010 murder of Stephanie Low. Torgerson, 37, showed little emotion as the verdicts were read. He now stands convicted of first-degree intentional homicide and hiding a corpse, but was acquitted of attempted… Keep Reading

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