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DC Everest's Kitchell, East #1 doubles headed to state tennisSubmitted: 10/03/2012
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WAUSAU - Trips to state were on the line in girls tennis on Wednesday. Wausau East was hosting a Division 1 sectional.

Rhinelander, Merrill, Stevens Point, and Wisconsin Rapids among the schools with players competing.

It was a tough day for the Hodags. Lyssa Messerli (#1 singles), and the team of Beth Zenk and Kelsie Prahl (#1 doubles) fell in the opening round, as well as #4 singles rep, Eva O'Melia. Although O'Melia did win third place in #4 singles.


In #1 singles, Gabi Kitchell of D-C Everest won the section championship and is off to state. She has only lost one match all season.

Also Madison bound, is Wausau West's #1 Doubles team of Caroline Krolicki and Mallory Wanserski. They captured the section crown with a win over Eau Claire Memorial.

Marshfield's Nadeen Lieberman was also among the athletes heading to next week's state meet in Madison.

For Merrill, Annie DeBroux fell in the semifinals at #3 singles, while the #1 doubles team of Jolene Ladewig and Morgan Wilde lost in the quarterfinals.




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Rhinelander Area Scholarship Foundation raffles neon Hodag signSubmitted: 09/18/2014

RHINELANDER - Rhinelander Area Scholarship Foundation is holding the 2014 Neon Hodag Sign Raffle.

Your support will help in raising scholarship money to award more scholarships for RHS graduates annually.

The RASF is a non-profit charitable organization with a volunteer governing board that raises money and distributes scholarships to Rhinelander students, many of whom may not get scholarship support from other sources.

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Middle School students in Merrill work to get rid of invasive speciesSubmitted: 09/18/2014

MERRILL - Students at Prairie River Middle School in Merrill want to enjoy the river behind their school.

They spent time on Tuesday clearing out some of the invasive species along the riverbank.

"They're taking over and we need to get rid of them while there's still time," says 8th grader Morgan Henrichs.

Science teachers at Prairie River Middle School want to teach their students how to get rid of invasive species.

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Walker, Burke tied in latest pollSubmitted: 09/17/2014

MADISON - The race for Wisconsin governor couldn't be any closer with just seven weeks to go.

The Marquette University Law School poll released Wednesday shows Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke tied among registered voters.

Walker and Burke both had 46 percent support. The poll's margin of error was 3.5 percentage points among registered voters.

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A serious sequence of events Merrill woman sentenced to prison for role in dangerous heroin overdose Submitted: 09/17/2014

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MERRILL - "It doesn't get any colder than what the defendant did in this case," Lincoln County Assistant District Attorney Kurt Zengler told a judge on Wednesday.

Zengler was talking about the actions of Kristine Woeller, a 21-year-old Merrill woman.

Last October, Woellner didn't stick around to help Tara Bryant.

Woellner had given Bryant heroin and needles in the bathroom at a Merrill gas station.

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Lincoln County looking for an alleged felonSubmitted: 09/17/2014

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LINCOLN COUNTY - The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office needs help finding a woman wanted on a felony warrant.

41-year-old Cynthia Jane Degner was charged with her 4th DWI in 2013. She didn't show up at a June court date.

In June she was also charged with felony forgery.

Degner told police she was moving to Kankakee, Illinois. Police believe Degner might now be in Tennessee.

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Drug Endangered Children Program in Price CountySubmitted: 09/17/2014

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PRICE COUNTY - Some children in the Northwoods live in environments where their caretakers abuse drugs.

The Price County Sheriff's Office hopes a new program will help those children.

The Drug Endangered Children Program, or DEC, assists children whose caretakers abuse, sell, or manufacture drugs.

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Wisconsin one of 4 states to cut food stampsSubmitted: 09/17/2014

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MADISON - Wisconsin is one of only four states nationwide that is enacting cuts to the food stamp program.

An Associated Press review finds that as of now, the cuts will only affect Michigan, Wisconsin, New Jersey and New Hampshire.

The decision in Wisconsin to enact the cuts comes as Republican Gov. Scott Walker is seeking re-election and considering a 2016 run for president.

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