- Four Wisconsin State Assembly candidates will debate in Wausau tonight. The two Democrats and Republicans will argue about topics like jobs, healthcare and the direction of the area. We'll have a preview of the debate tonight on Newswatch 12.
- Cranberry Fest draws about 40,000 people to Eagle River each year. Organizers think this year will be no exception. They started preparing for this weekend's festival today. Find out more tonight on Newswatch 12.
- The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra will perform tonight in Rhinelander. We caught them earlier today at a special concert for students in Rhinelander. Hear what brought them here and how you can go to their concert tonight.
We'll have the details on this story and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.
RHINELANDER - You can find hundreds of plant species, different types of animal life, and breathtaking views in Wisconsin's wetlands.
Many people want to make sure wetlands are protected for years to come.
One group recently released a book educating others on wetland conservation.
"My favorite part is waking up and looking out the window. Every day is different. Every season is different," said wetlands owner Scott Eshelman. Wisconsin wetlands surround Scott Eshelman's property.
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