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Rhinelander soccer to begin post season at Chippewa FallsSubmitted: 10/04/2012
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STEVENS POINT - The WIAA released their tournament pairings brackets in boys soccer.

In Division One, Great Northern Conference champion Rhinelander travels to Chippewa Falls. The winner will face the winner of Merrill at Eau Claire Memorial. Other D-1 games include, D.C. Everest hosting Eau Claire North, Stevens Point at Wisconsin Rapids, Antigo at Green Bay Preble, and Wausau East at home against Marshfield. All of those are scheduled for Tuesday Oct. 9.

In Division Two, two Northwoods teams have home games. Medford has Rice Lake coming to town, while Northland Pines hosts Freedom. Medford's game is scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, while Northland Pines will begin their game at 4 p.m.


In D-2 road games, Lakeland heads to Appleton to face Fox Valley Lutheran, while Mosinee is in Seymour.

In Division Three on Saturday, Phelps is in Spooner, with the winner facing McDonnell/Eau Claire Regis on Tuesday. Other games on Tuesday include, Three Lakes is in Barron, Phillips is in Washburn, and Tri-County goes to La Crosse to face Aquinas.

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Possible child abuse under investigationSubmitted: 12/22/2014

IRMA - Prosecutors will consider charges against two Lincoln County men accused of duct taping a child to a door.

A Lincoln County deputy investigated the child abuse complaint in Irma this past week.

Witnesses said the child's hands and feet were bound.

The child was then duct taped to the door.

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Santa gets extra help from volunteer fire department while delivering presentsSubmitted: 12/21/2014

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PINE LAKE - Santa normally gets help from elves to make Christmas presents for kids, but in Pine Lake he had help from a local volunteer fire department Sunday.

The Pine Lake Fire Department normally puts its sirens on in an emergency, but this time it was to help Santa bring joy to families who need it the most.

"It is really neat to see the kids when we come pulling into their driveway and they see Santa Claus getting off the fire truck with a big bag of presents. It is really neat to see their faces," said Operation Ho Ho Ho organizer Lynn Larson.

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People in Sugar Camp support local dog rescue organization Submitted: 12/21/2014

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SUGAR CAMP - The number of dogs euthanized a year dropped dramatically. The Humane Society of the United States estimates the number of dogs and cats euthanized decreased from 12-20 million to 3-4 million per year, but about 2.7 million healthy sheltered animals aren't adopted.

That's why people in Sugar Camp wanted to keep a rescue organization running.

"It Matters to One" saves dogs from high-kill shelters who are on the euthanasia list. One of the founders of the organization travels to California to rescue the dogs.

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Lincoln County Sheriff's Office finds body of missing Merrill man Submitted: 12/21/2014

LINCOLN COUNTY - The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office found the body of a missing Merrill man yesterday afternoon.

Jeffrey Maruska has been missing since early November.

The sheriff's office found his body with the help of cadaver dogs.

Maruska was found in a wooded area east of where he lived.

The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office is still investigating.

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Snowmobile safety class held this weekendSubmitted: 12/21/2014

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LAKE TOMAHAWK - Riding a snowmobile can be dangerous if you don't know the rules of the trails.

That's why some people went through a snowmobile safety course on Saturday and Sunday.

The course was held at the Sloan Community Center in Lake Tomahawk.

The New-Tom Snow Fleas and the Oneida County Sheriff's office held the course.

A recreational safety officer from the sheriff's office taught the class.

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Man arrested for setting fires and fleeing policeSubmitted: 12/21/2014

MARATHON COUNTY - Marathon County Sheriff's deputies think A 39-year-old Antigo man set the building he worked at on fire early this morning.

They say he then led deputies on a car chase.

A lieutenant from the Marathon County Sheriff's Department says they got a call around 8p.m. Saturday.

The call was for a domestic disturbance in Antigo.

The man then drove to Bushman Trucking southeast of Wausau.

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Muskego man killed in snowmobile crash Submitted: 12/20/2014

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FOREST COUNTY - A 22-year-old Muskego man died in a snowmobile crash Saturday. Forest County Sheriff's Deputies want to know the specific details of the crash.

It happened a little after 1:30 in the morning in the township of Freedom.

Deputies found the crashed snowmobile off the shore of Roberts Lake. They say the snowmobiler crashed into a tree.

The crash is under investigation by the Wisconsin DNR and Forest County Sheriff's Department.

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