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Melting Magic: Crandon AD's unique wood ash method helps clear snow-covered fields in two days Melting Magic: Crandon AD's unique wood ash method helps clear snow-covered fields in two days   04/20/2018
Josh Jaeger found the idea while searching online. He and the baseball and softball teams spread ash on about five acres of fields Wednesday.
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Welsh arrested again in Oneida Co.; threats put local hospitals on lockdown Thursday Welsh arrested again in Oneida Co.; threats put local hospitals on lockdown Thursday   04/20/2018
Sixty-two-year-old Kenneth Welsh lasted just eight days as a free man before being arrested in Oneida County again. Welsh is now in Oneida County Jail, accused of making terrorist threats.
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Haven Ink Tattoos in Minocqua hosts blood drive to correct blood donation myth Haven Ink Tattoos in Minocqua hosts blood drive to correct blood donation myth   04/20/2018

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Merrill School Forest Director receives LEAF award Merrill School Forest Director receives LEAF award   04/20/2018
A member of the Merrill School Forest Program received special recognition on Friday. Director Russell Noland earned a LEAF award from Wisconsin's School Forest Program.
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Wild deer in Oneida County tests positive for chronic wasting disease Wild deer in Oneida County tests positive for chronic wasting disease   04/20/2018
This means Oneida County will have a new baiting and feeding for another three years
HAVEN celebrates 35th anniversary in Merrill HAVEN celebrates 35th anniversary in Merrill   04/20/2018
A Northwoods group that supports victims of domestic abuse or sexual assault took the time to thank those whose support makes the program possible. HAVEN, or the Household Abuse Victims Emergency Network, hosted an open house today in Merrill.
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National school walkout day on Columbine anniversary National school walkout day on Columbine anniversary   04/20/2018
Student across the country walked out of theirs schools today, in part for the Columbine anniversary, but to also protest gun violence.
Wisconsin tribal forests more diverse, sustainable Wisconsin tribal forests more diverse, sustainable   04/20/2018
Researchers examining forests in northern Wisconsin say Native American reservations have older trees and better plant diversity and tree regeneration than surrounding state or national forests.
Minnesota preparing case against murder suspect Minnesota preparing case against murder suspect   04/20/2018
A Minnesota sheriff is preparing charges to build what he calls "the strongest case" against a woman suspected in the deaths of her husband and a woman in Florida whom she resembled.
Michigan sues company over Great Lakes power cable damage Michigan sues company over Great Lakes power cable damage   04/20/2018
The Michigan Attorney General has sued the company he says damaged electric cables and oil pipelines in a Great Lakes channel by dragging a tugboat anchor across them.


SPORTS HEADLINES
Crandon's Keegan Kincaid prepares for 7th season as a professional driver Crandon's Keegan Kincaid prepares for 7th season as a professional driver   04/20/2018
Kincaid will race a Pro-2 in the Lucas Oil Off-Road Series.
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Tomahawk Pride Pump gives back to Hatchet Athletics Tomahawk Pride Pump gives back to Hatchet Athletics   04/19/2018
The Tomahawk Booster Club has made $8500 over the last two years.
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Crandon hopes the use of wood ashes will help clear fields more quickly Crandon hopes the use of wood ashes will help clear fields more quickly   04/18/2018
The Cardinals baseball and softball teams are among many that will travel to the Wisconsin Dells to play
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Lakeland Union distance runners will compete in the Kansas Relays Lakeland Union distance runners will compete in the Kansas Relays   04/18/2018
The team will take seven runners. Those seven all qualified for state last season.
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