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What We're Working OnSubmitted: 03/06/2015
- One Northwoods football field needs major repairs. Football officials say the field at Jay Stadium in Merrill is almost unplayable. The Merrill Area Public School administration wants to fix the field, but it doesn't know what to do yet. Newswatch 12's Karolina Buczek went to Merrill to find out more.

- Plus, the Phelps basketball team takes being a family to the next level. Four out of their five starters are related

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





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VILAS COUNTY - Visitors to one Northwoods courthouse may notice some changes in security.

The Vilas County Courthouse will put in place new security measures starting March 16.

The biggest change the public will notice is that only one entrance will now be open to the public.

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EAGLE RIVER - The former Lac du Flambeau man who owned and ran an ATM business that appeared in some U.S. and Canadian casinos will serve three years in prison.

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WAUSAU - When you hear the word "gang," you may think of big cities like Chicago or Milwaukee. But you may be surprised to learn that gangs exist in your own backyard.

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MINOCQUA - Leaders at Minocqua Winter Park often hear from locals that they don't get the chance to visit the park. Staff members want to change that, so the park will host Lakeland Community Appreciation Day this Sunday.

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MERRILL - More private schools in Northcentral Wisconsin could take part in the statewide voucher program.

Three schools in Lincoln and Marathon counties that aren't already a part of the program are applying this year.

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NORTHWOODS - Some people will need to get their ice fishing shanties off the lakes this weekend. DNR wardens say the ice conditions are much better than last year, which will make it easier to get the shanties off the ice. Wardens say they'll be strict about the deadline this year.

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- A representative of Wisconsin's Native American tribes says the state's tribes will not support iron mining projects.

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