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What We're Working OnSubmitted: 08/28/2015
- Getting a license to be a fishing guide in Wisconsin is nearly effortless, but a local guide wants to add safety measures to the license.

- Plus, Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch visited Eagle River Business Incubators to learn about the success of Northwoods entrepreneurs.

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




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EAGLE RIVER - It takes a lot of work to get a business started.

Incubators, like those in Vilas County, gives entrepreneurs the tools they need to get their company off the ground.

Brad Zdroik has been in one of the Eagle River incubators for about a year. It's helped his Deep Freeze business grow.

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MINOCQUA - Getting a license to become a fishing guide in Wisconsin doesn't take much effort. Applicants fill out a one-page form and send a check to the DNR.

One local guide thinks the process should include steps to ensure safety on the water. Minocqua-area fishing guide Greg Bohn wants guides to be trained in safety procedures.

"You pay a $40 fee for the license, and you're a Wisconsin Licensed Fishing Guide. It doesn't mean that you're protecting yourself. It doesn't mean that you're protecting your passengers for hire," Bohn said.

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WAUSAU - The Neighbor's Place Food Pantry in Wausau worries its hours make it difficult for people to get the food they need.

Right now, the pantry is open until 5 o'clock Monday through Thursday and until 2o'clock on Fridays. Those hours may not work for people who need to work during the day.

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PHILLIPS - Dozens of workers in Phillips will lose their jobs.

Georgia-Pacific announced Friday morning the company's wood products plant will close October 27.

The Phillips plant produces specialized pressed board wood products.

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 REGIONAL NEWS

GREEN BAY - Some football fans heading into Lambeau Field Saturday for the Green Bay Packers first preseason home game this year will encounter newly installed metal detectors.

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COLUMBIA, SC - Republican presidential candidate Scott Walker says the United States would aggressively confront what he describes as "radical Islamic terrorism" should he be elected.

The Wisconsin governor plans to lay out his foreign policy agenda Friday in a speech at The Citadel, a military college in Charleston, South Carolina.

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MINNEAPOLIS - Hillary Rodham Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Martin O'Malley and Lincoln Chafee are making high-profile speeches to members of the Democratic National Committee during its summer meeting in Minneapolis.

For the presidential field, it's their first opportunity to appeal directly to a national gathering of current and former elected leaders, state committee members and other leaders in the Democratic Party who serve as super delegates for each presidential campaign.

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SUPERIOR - Five people have been arrested in Douglas County on possible charges related to weapons, drugs and stolen property.

Sheriff's deputies executed a search warrant at a rural property Thursday. WDIO-TV (http://bit.ly/1LzSnaK ) reports five people in the house fled into the nearby woods, but were later taken into custody.

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