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Milestones: Wausau area births, March 6-16

Aspirus Wausau Hospital MARCH 7 KLABO, Malerie and Christopher, Kronenwetter, daughter, Juliette Faith. RUPLINGER, Lisa and Jeremy, Marathon, son, Oliver Lee. MARCH 8 ANDERSON, Amber and Chris, Wausau, son, James Mark. GUTKNECHT, Amy and Tim, Wausau, son, Greyson Phoenix. MARTENS, Anastasia, Wausau, son, Orion Jeffrey. MARCH 9 HETTINGA, Hannah and Drew, Wausau, daughter, Blythe Eleanor Jo. SCHLAPMAN, Tiffany and Ryan, Kronenwetter, son, Mason John. SIERK, Mallory and Seth, Marathon, son, Quinn Kai. ZEBRO, Hannah and Zach, Mosinee, daughter, Mercy Jean. MARCH 10 LOR, Michelle and Monachy, Wausau, son, Ryan Yaj Tsim. RHEA, Kelsey, and ZEMKE, Stephen, Wausau, son, Liam… Keep Reading

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New statewide program for abuse survivors launches April 1

MADISON – A statewide address confidentiality program to help protect victims of abuse will launch April 1, according to a news release from Attorney General Brad Schimel. Safe at Home provides victims of domestic abuse, child abuse, sexual abuse, stalking, and trafficking with a legal substitute address and free mail forwarding service. Enrollment in Safe… Keep Reading

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Book of the week: The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley

Seamlessly transposing classical myth into a quintessentially American landscape and marrying taut suspense with dreamy lyricism, Tinti’s beautifully intricate second novel is well worth the wait since 2008’s The Good Thief. As his beloved daughter, Loo, hits adolescence, longtime criminal Samuel Hawley forswears life on the run and moves with her to the coastal Massachusetts… Keep Reading

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Sentencing set in Torgerson murder trial

WAUSAU – Sentencing has been set for the Wausau man found guilty in the 2010 murder of Stephanie Low, whose death was unsolved for years before her killer was charged. After deliberating for more than five hours, an Eau Claire County jury on March 24 found Kristopher Torgerson guilty of first-degree intentional homicide and of… Keep Reading

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Hit Picks: What’s new this week in music

March 24 arrivals at Inner Sleeve Records & CDs: ON CD Art Of Anarchy “Madness” Samantha Fish “Chills & Fever” Ruthie Foster “Joy Comes Back” Jesus & Mary Chain “Damage & Joy” Nightranger “Don’t Let Up” Power Trip “Nightmare Logic” The Will “The Will” ON VINYL Jesus & Mary Chain “Damage & Joy” Funkadelic “Standing… Keep Reading

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Young entrepreneurs receive more than $5,000 from investor panel

WAUSAU – On March 21, 2017, a group of 13 young entrepreneurs received a total of $5,250 at an Investor Panel event held at the Westwood Conference Center. These investments will help the students launch the businesses they have developed during this school year in the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) program. YEA! was brought to… Keep Reading

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NTC’s honor society takes top awards

WAUSAU – Northcentral Technical College announced this week that its international honor society chapter, Beta Rho Zeta, received 5-Star Status for the fourth consecutive year. The Beta Rho Zeta chapter is part of Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), the international honor society of two-year colleges. In addition to receiving 5-Star status, the chapter was also recognized… Keep Reading

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Wausau teen killed in Waushara County crash

TOWN OF COLOMA – A Wausau teen is dead and a young woman is injured after a rollover crash Tuesday morning on I-39 in the town of Coloma. The driver of the vehicle, 18-year-old Taylor Noland, was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. His passenger, 18-year-old Hannah J. Rudolph of Medford was transported by… Keep Reading

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