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What We're Working OnSubmitted: 12/11/2017
- Tonight on Newswatch 12:

We talk to Governor Scott walker about the bill he signed today that lifts Wisconsin's moratorium on gold and silver mining.

We'll take you to a sentencing hearing in Lincoln County where a judge had plenty to say to a man convicted of a dozen burglaries of homes and churches.

And an orthodontic office in Rhinelander is organizing this year's "Hope and Healing" thank you card program for wounded veterans. We talk to the orthodontist who is organizing this year's program.

We'll bring you the details on these stories and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.




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 LOCAL NEWS

ANTIGO - Getting your family a new dog or cat for Christmas can be more troublesome that thoughtful.

Shelter animals tend to be extra sensitive when they come to a new home.

The holiday season often creates an even more stressful environment with visitors coming and going.

Those Christmas decorations can also frighten a new pet.

"It's a little nicer to maybe wait until January when the holidays are over where you can really spend time with the animal, get them used to the home and there's no hustle and bustle of the holidays," says Langlade County Humane Society President Bob Zoretich.


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WOODRUFF - People who've experienced a loss in their family may find the holiday season difficult to handle.

Woodruff's Nimsgern Funeral Home held a ceremony on Saturday to try and help people heal.

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BOULDER JUNCTION - For 24 years the Boulder Junction Lions Club gave children in the community an early Christmas, with its annual Children's Christmas Party.
Sunday the event reminded one woman that no matter where she goes she and her son can always call Boulder Junction home.
Emma Iwachniuk moved from Boulder Junction to Lake Tomahawk this year.

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RHINELANDER - This year the city of Rhinelander wanted to create a whole new experience by transforming Hodag Park into the "Lights of the Northwoods."
"You can always follow but you can't always be the first one's," said Lights of the Northwoods Vice President Shawn Will.
Will, will always remember this week as the time he was trailblazer.
"Our grand community event," said Will.

Since he was a child he traveled to other communities to enjoy the magic of the holidays.
"Now the kids can come to this park and see what we're doing here," said Will.

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 REGIONAL NEWS

MADISON - Republicans say Wisconsin state Superintendent Tony Evers is not fairly applying the law covering when a teacher's license is revoked.

Republicans have criticized Evers' decision not to revoke the license of a Middleton middle school teacher in 2014 fired for viewing emails that included images of naked women. An arbitrator found no students were in the classroom when the teacher saw the emails.

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LANSING, MI - A government panel is urging the temporary shutdown of twin oil pipelines in the Straits of Mackinac until the company that operates them can finish inspections and repair coating gaps.

The Michigan Pipeline Safety Advisory Board on Monday approved the non-binding resolution after some board members expressed opposition to a recent deal between Gov. Rick Snyder's administration and Canadian pipeline operator Enbridge Inc.

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EAST TROY, WIS. - Hemp advocates say Wisconsin's marketplace must get up to speed now that hemp production has been legalized in the state.


The Janesville Gazette reports that farmers will have to learn how to grow hemp, obtain seeds, modify farm equipment and build hemp processing plants.

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MARINETTE - Police in Marinette County shot and killed an armed man early Thursday morning.  The Marinette County Sheriff says the incident started with a 911 call from a motel and ended a few miles away in a ditch along Highway 64.

Police responded to the motel after someone tried to get into a room with a gun around 12 a.m.  Officers tracked the suspect's cell phone to a home several miles west of Marinette around 3 a.m.

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