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Wintry Mix Across the Northwoods 2-10-13Submitted: 02/10/2013
Wintry Mix Across the Northwoods 2-10-13
Story By Melissa Constanzer

ACROSS THE NORTHWOODS - The Northwoods saw a little bit of everything Sunday as rain, freezing rain, sleet, and snow all fell during the afternoon. Many sidewalks and roadways were covered in a sheet of ice before several inches of heavy snow piled on top. Check out the WJFW Weather page for more details.



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RHINELANDER - Freezing-cold days like the Northwoods is seeing this week usually make people avoid anything wet. But a pair of Rhinelander Parks Department workers did the opposite Tuesday, breaking out a hose hooked up to a fire hydrant.

Parks Director Jeremy Biolo and a coworker sprayed down the green space in front of Trig's for several hours.  They were forming the first of many layers for a new skating rink outside the grocery store.  Biolo says it's a slow process that will take a few days.

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ELCHO - An Elcho couple's Christmas tradition now serves as a tradition for many others in the Northwoods.

Carl and Lissa Bloechl spent only a week setting up thanks to the stretch of warm weather early in the season.

It's common for the couple to drop everything to take an emergency EMT call, which adds time to decorating.
 
They say they can't stop the display though.

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RHINELANDER - Police and families always hope to find their loved ones safe if they disappear. But in rural counties, it can be difficult to find lost people quickly.

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MADISON - The state Department of Natural Resources Board is set to review the 2017 gun deer hunt.

The board will hear a presentation from Chief Warden Todd Schaller during a meeting Tuesday afternoon in Madison.

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MADISON - Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel is asking the state Supreme Court to block state Superintendent Tony Evers from getting his own attorney in a lawsuit challenging his office's powers.

Late Monday, Schimel asked the court to reject Evers's request to disqualify Schimel from representing him.

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What We're Working OnSubmitted: 12/12/2017

- Tonight on Newswatch 12:

The Department of Transportation is holding a public information meeting today about possible changes to a major Rhinelander intersection. We'll preview the meeting and bring you coverage tonight on Newswatch 12 at 10.

We talk to a fisherman and a DNR conservation warden about how safe or unsafe the Northwoods lakes are for ice fishermen.

And a historic Wabeno bed and breakfast is in a building that used to be the mansion of a lumber baron. We'll show you the place where the owners are offering tours for a good cause.

We'll bring you the details on these stories and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.

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MERRILL -
A Tomahawk man charged with 12 felonies from a string of burglaries will spend the better part of the next decade in prison.

Jon Schenk, 45, was sentenced to seven years in prison in Lincoln County Court Monday morning. Schenk chose not to say much during his hearing, but judge Robert Russell had plenty to tell him.

"Here we are again," Russell said to Schenk.

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