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Printpack Will Hire Twice as Many People as ProjectedSubmitted: 01/31/2013
Story By Lex Gray


RHINELANDER - Printpack will hire twice as many people as it originally thought.

Up to 30 new people will have jobs at the new manufacturing facility this year.

The company announced the expansion back in May.

Human resources manager Jeremy VanCamp said the company hired ten people this month.

All ten came from our area -- and all ten are already at work.

VanCamp expects to hire 14 to 20 more people.

All of the jobs are manufacturing positions.

You can apply online at printpack.com. Applications are only accepted online.

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WISCONSIN - The Wisconsin Council on Problem Gambling received a record number of phone calls to the helpline in 2014"14,731 to be exact. This is a 5.6 percent increase from calls received in 2013.

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WAUSAU - The Wausau Police Department will use a "Hero Dog" to help bolster its K9 unit.

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LAONA - A Northwoods school found a way to teach students skills they'll need after school, and help the community.

Some Laona High School students helped build a warming shelter at the towns recycling center.

One of Laona's town supervisors brought up the possibility of the building to a school board member.

The school board member felt it was a good way for a small school and town to work together.

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OWEN - A plane crash in central Wisconsin has killed one person and injured two others.

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CABLE - Supporters of North America's largest cross country ski race want to raise $2.3 million to renovate the trails where it's held in northern Wisconsin.

The Wisconsin State Journal (http://bit.ly/1EnzFlb ) reports the American Birkebeiner Ski Foundation has raised more than half of the $650,000 needed for the first of three phrases.

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MADISON - The punk rock band Dropkick Murphys is asking Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to stop playing one of their songs, saying in a message on Twitter that ``We literally hate you.''

The band sent the message Saturday night after Walker took the stage at the Iowa Freedom Summit to their song ``I'm Shipping Up to Boston.''

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