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U.P. man faces sexual misconduct chargesSubmitted: 04/08/2013
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WAKEFIELD, MI - An Upper Peninsula man could face prison time for sexual misconduct.

Michigan State Troopers arrested the Wakefield man Monday. He faces three counts of criminal sexual conduct in the fourth degree.

He also faces one count for accosting children for immoral purposes. His bond was set at $60,000. His name hasn't been released yet.

The man faces a maximum of 10 years in prison if he's found guilty.



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What We're Working OnSubmitted: 08/20/2014

- Newswatch 12's Matt Brooks went to Hanson's Garden Village to find out the best way you can care for your trees and shrubs to prepare them for the fall and winter. Catch the details tonight on Newswatch 12.

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

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Wisconsin water supplies deal with two contaminants during 2013Submitted: 08/20/2014

WISCONSIN - Wisconsin keeps high standards for clean drinking water. On a yearly basis, they do a good job at meeting that standard, but during 2013, more water supplies were found with one of two contaminants.

One contaminant, nitrate, was found in more than double the amount of water supplies during the year compared to 2012. The 56 public water supplies found with high nitrate levels is a small number out of the thousands of water supplies in the state, but it can still be a big problem.

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Man pleads not guilty of killing his wifeSubmitted: 08/20/2014

PORTAGE COUNTY - A Wisconsin Rapids man pled not guilty yesterday to killing his wife decades ago. 55-year-old Joseph Reinwand made the plea in Portage County court.

Pamela Reinwand was 19 when she died in 1984. She was shot in the head.

Police originally thought it was a suicide. but family members and fellow inmates told police they'd heard Reinwand confess to killing her.

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Looking for a brand new restaurant to try?Submitted: 08/20/2014

RHINELANDER - Do you find yourself looking for new places to eat out?
Well, Tula's Cafe recently added a brand new location in the Northwoods.
We found out what makes them unique, in our latest helping of 'Morning Meals with Marisa.'

Tula's recently reopened in Rhinelander. This is their second location and the manager told us so far, so good.

Tula's manager Lana Knack explains, "They said it's great to have a new restaurant choice to go to up in the Northwoods. Tula's is very successful in Minocqua, so we model everything that they do and it's worked very well."

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Date set for hearing on voter IDSubmitted: 08/20/2014

MADISON - A federal appeals court will hear arguments in the fight over Wisconsin's voter identification law next month.

Republicans passed a law in 2011 requiring voters to show photo ID.

A federal judge blocked the law earlier this year.

That was after the American Civil Liberties Union claimed the law was unconstitutional.

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Will the highway department relocate?Submitted: 08/19/2014

RHINELANDER - The highway department may need to relocate.

Kwik Trip has made a formal offer to purchase the current highway department for a new highway Kwik Trip location.

If the purchase is approved, the highway department will move facilities. The details of the proposal have yet to be released. But, the county board has discussed the proposal in numerous closed sessions.

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Some Rhinelander High School Students to get Chromebooks this upcoming school yearSubmitted: 08/19/2014

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RHINELANDER - Some students in the School District of Rhinelander will get Chromebooks starting this school year.

Freshman and sophomores at Rhinelander High School will get the computers to use at school and at home.

Some elementary and middle school students will also get to use them in the classroom.

Leaders think this will benefit students.

"They're not just learning about how to use the tool," says Instructional Technology Coordinator Heidi Catlin. "Digital literacy, digital citizenship, how to use it appropriately, when is it appropriate to use it, and the different resources that are out there."

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