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Green Bay Cheerleader Speaks Against Cyber BullyingSubmitted: 02/07/2013
Story By Melissa Constanzer


GREEN BAY - Everyone knows of the bitter rivalry between the Packers and Chicago Bears. But this time fans from both sides say it has gone too far.

It all started on Monday when a Chicago Bears Fan Page on Facebook posted this photo with the caption - "Like if You Agree The Packers Have The Worst Cheerleaders In The NFL. The picture is of Eagle River native Kaitlyn Collins. She decided it was time to speak up.

Wednesday, she posted a YouTube video thanking Bears fans who stood up for her while asking for an end to cyber bullying. She shared some of the hurtful posts as well as some of the positive ones. The video has already received nearly 10,000 views.

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WAUSAU - Three people confined for sex crimes will be coming back to the Wausau area.

Wausau police tell us the three men are to be released.

Terrance Steppert has been in prison for more than 30 years.

The 51 year old Steppert was convicted of first degree sexual assault of a child and burglary while armed.

He will go into transitional housing near the Marathon County Courthouse.

65 year old David Schuetz spent six years in prison for 1st degree sexual assault of a child.

He will be on extended supervision for the next 12 years.

And 26 year old Justin Larson was found not guilty because of mental issues on a charge of second degree sexual assault.

He was committed for treatment in 2009.

He will be released to a group home a few blocks from the Marathon County Courthouse.

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LAC DU FLAMBEAU - With spring finally here, you'll probably start noticing more pests around the house.

That's why you'll want to start pest-proofing before temps get even warmer.

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What We're Working OnSubmitted: 05/02/2016

- Last month, voters in the Unified School District of Antigo rejected a referendum that would have consolidated the district's seven elementary schools. Now the district has to figure out what to do with the teachers, staff and students of one school that will close in June.

- Plus, until now Price County has never had any type of public transportation.  Park Falls hasn't even had a taxi service in years.  That all changed in April with a new bus.

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

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EAGLE RIVER - Today's manufacturing industry relies on an increasing knowledge of science, technology, and mathematics. And thanks to a grant awarded to the Northland Pines School District, teachers will be able to provide their students with the latest technology the manufacturing industry has to offer.

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MATTOON - Last month, voters in the Unified School District of Antigo rejected a referendum that would have consolidated the district's seven elementary schools. The referendum would have kept two rural schools�"Mattoon and Crestwood�"open.

But now, Mattoon Elementary School will close in June. The school board voted 5-4 to close the school at the end of this school year.

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ADAMS COUNTY - Update-We now know the names of two men who died in a two car crash near the Wisconsin Dells over the weekend.

The Wisconsin State Patrol tells us 65 year old Timothy Helm and his passenger, 72 year old Frances Chowaniec died at the scene of the crash.

Both men were from Oxford.

24 year old Kolton Coon of Wisconsin Dells was the second driver.

He was taken to a hospital and expected to survive.

The crash happened Saturday afternoon around 2:00 on County Road B north of state highway 23 in Adams County.

Wisconsin State Patrol is still investigating.





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RHINELANDER - The Oneida County Humane Society hopes expanding its current facility will help the animals and the public.

OCHS announced plans to expand and improve the animal shelter at its annual Furball fundraiser.

It will use a $100,000 grant the shelter received from PETCO last year to help cover some of those costs. But OCHS will also need to raise more money to cover all the planned improvements.

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