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Eagles soccer flys to sectionals; Hodag swimming wins home finaleSubmitted: 10/11/2012

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EAGLE RIVER - Regional Finals were on the line in boys soccer. Teams were just three games away from a trip to state.

Two area squads met in Eagle River - Northland Pines and Mosinee. In the end, Trevor Laszczkowski and Northland Pines was too much. Laszczkowski scored two goals in the first ten minutes of the game. Northland Pines advanced with a 5-1 victory in the regional final.

Northland Pines faces Xavier in Appleton in the D-2 Section Semifinals on Thursday.


In girls swimming, the Hodags had their final home meet of the season. Rhinelander ended it in style, as the hodags defeated Wittenberg-Birnamwood 101-68.

In the 400 yard free relay, Rhinelander won the event, finishing in 4 minutes, 16.8 seconds.

In the 100 yard breaststroke, Heidi Mortenson for the Chargers was the winner. winning by over 10 seconds. Her final time was 1:14:34.

In other local sports notes, Chequamegon boys cross country team captured their fourth straight Marawood Conference championship at Marathon High School. Edgar won the girls team title.

In volleyball, Merrill won their second straight Wisconsin Valley Conference crown. The Bluejays defeated Wausau East three games to one to secure it.

Also in volleyball, Wabeno won the Northern Lakes Conference title outright, with a win a Pembine. The Lady Logrollers finished a perfect (9-0) in NLC play.


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Caseload motivates Vilas County judge to ask for another judge in countySubmitted: 07/29/2014

EAGLE RIVER - Vilas County Judge Neal Nielsen sometimes feels rushed while in the courtroom.

The large number of cases he needs to hear requires the court calendar to keep moving.

That number of cases has steadily increased over the last several years.

That's why Nielsen is pushing for a second judge in Vilas County.

"Judge need" is measured by a statistic called weighted case load.

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WPS planning to change ratesSubmitted: 07/29/2014

THE NORTHWOODS - If Wisconsin Public Service gets what it wants, you'll see an increase on one part of your energy bill. But WPS thinks it will be offset by rate reductions for many customers.

WPS puts a $10 fixed monthly charge on residential electric bills. That's true no matter how much power the customer uses. The cost helps cover equipment like meters and wires all customers need.

Right now, some of the cost for equipment gets passed on in per-unit energy charges. WPS wants to raise the fixed cost to $25 per month to better reflect delivery costs.

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Reconstruction of Hwy 51, Hwy 47 intersection pushed back to 2018Submitted: 07/29/2014

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WOODRUFF - Construction on the intersection of Highway 51 and Highway 47 in Woodruff will be pushed back to 2018. The project was supposed to start in 2017.

That's because DOT supervisors aren't sure how they want to reconstruct the road yet. They're looking at a few different design plans right now.

Project leaders want to make sure they pick the safest option. They also want more community input before they make a decision.

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One person dead after being pulled from lakeSubmitted: 07/29/2014

WOODRUFF - Woodruff police want to know what happened to a person who died after ending up in the water.

The Woodruff Police Department was called to Indian Mounds boat landing about 4:30 p.m. Monday.

Two DNR rangers there had pulled an unconscious male from the lake.

Medical personnel at the scene told officers the victim had died, and the coroner was called.

An autopsy will be performed.

No name will be released until the victim is positively identified.


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Police happy with K9's success, raising money for future K9 UnitSubmitted: 07/29/2014

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MERRILL - People who try to hide drugs in their cars don't stand a chance against Eros. He's the Merrill Police Department's new K9.

In the few months that he's been on the job, he's helped officers find a lot of drugs.

Merrill's Police Chief is so happy with Eros' work, he wants to make sure the department will always have a K9 unit. But the costs of getting and training a new K9 are expensive. That's why the Merrill Police Department is already raising money for the future.

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Northwoods paddleboard business successful in fourth yearSubmitted: 07/29/2014

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THREE LAKES - The popularity of paddleboarding continues to contribute to the success of a newer Northwoods business.

5 Toes on the Nose Paddleboard Rentals brings paddleboards anywhere in the Northwoods.

We caught up with paddleboard business owner Sarah Weyenberg Tuesday.

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Wabeno man pleads guilty to hurting toddler, could face future chargesSubmitted: 07/29/2014

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CRANDON - A Northwoods boy will never walk or talk again. That's because Brandon Brunette threw the boy across a room.

Brunette pled guilty to one felony for child abuse in Forest County court Tuesday. He could spend as many as 40 years in prison.

Brunette was originally charged with four felonies and one misdemeanor. The other charges were dropped, as part of a plea deal.

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