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High Water Closes Highway at HurleySubmitted: 05/01/2013
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HURLEY - Rising waters have closed a Highway at Hurley.

Crews shut down eastbound traffic on Wisconsin 77, also known as Silver Street.

The road is closed between Highway 51 and the Michigan boarder.

Traffic is being routed around the problem area.

After the water goes down in the Montreal river, crews will examine a bridge for safety before re-opening the road.



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Rhinelander's Flory sees Washington wildfires firsthandSubmitted: 08/01/2014

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WASHINGTON - Hot, dry conditions still worry firefighters in Washington state fighting the Carlton Complex wildfire.

In July, the Northwoods sent a team of firefighters to the area to help fight it.

Now, Rhinelander's Suzanne Flory is in Washington near the fire site.

She's working with the U.S. Forest Service.

This is one of the pictures Flory sent us of her area.

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Northland Pines football players recognized for accomplishmentsSubmitted: 08/01/2014

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EAGLE RIVER - Three local graduates in Eagle River will go to play division three college football this fall.

Northland Pines High School already recognized football players who are going to division one or division two schools in February, but they wanted to also recognize players who will go play at D3 schools.

"We have a lot of individuals that are good students and are really good at football. They enjoy it; they work hard at it, both in the season and in the off season," said Northland pines High School Football Coach Eric Swanson. "This is kind of a time for us to honor those individuals because they have worked just as hard as the kids that are playing a little higher ball."

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Northwoods caregiver talks importance of Silver AlertSubmitted: 08/01/2014

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RHINELANDER - More than 16,000 people in northcentral Wisconsin live with some form of dementia. They're some of the 110,000 people living with a cognitive impairment in the state. About 60% of them will wander at some point.

A new tool could help their families find them.

The Silver Alert program became available in Wisconsin Friday.

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Convicted sex offender to be released in NorthwoodsSubmitted: 08/01/2014

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RHINELANDER - A man convicted of breaking into a 15-year old girl's basement and sexually assaulting her will move to Rhinelander when he's released from prison.

26-year-old Jason L. Mullen will be released from prison August 5th. He'll move into a transitional living home in Rhinelander.

Mullen broke into a basement window of an Oneida County home. A 15-year-old girl he knew lived there. He told her he had a knife and sexually assaulted her. It turns out he didn't have a knife.

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UW Trout Lake Station holds open houseSubmitted: 08/01/2014

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BOULDER JUNCTION - UW Trout Lake leaders want people to get interested in science. They invited people to come out and see what it's like to be a researcher at the Trout Lake Station in Boulder Junction.

More than 230 people showed up to the open house. People got the chance to go on a boat ride, learn about sampling and learn more about invasive species.

"The open house is a wonderful forum for us to be able to invite the community in and let them know what we're doing," says UW Trout Lake Station Director Tim Kratz. "Have a discussion about the kinds of research that we're doing on lakes, to hear the concerns or questions that people might have and just to enjoy a beautiful day on Trout Lake."

They also had activities for the kids.

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Barbeque lovers come to the northwoods this weekend for Submitted: 08/01/2014

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ST. GERMAIN - In the south, you can find barbeque on every corner. Up here it's not that easy... But if you're craving it, you can head to Pig in the Pines this weekend.

It's the 10th annual year of the event in St. Germain. There are award winning ribs, live music and family friendly attractions to enjoy.

Barbeque lovers from across the midwest are drawn to Pig in the Pines...and of course everything is finger licking good.

"It does help the community," says St. Germain Chamber Director Penny Wiesmann. "It draws people from all over the Midwest. We have people talking about; this is their fourth or fifth annual year. The smells are incredible. You don't know where to go. You don't know if you should get ribs or pork or brisket or the corn. Try everything. Eat all day long."

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Clean Sweep event give people opportunity to get rid of hazardous chemicalsSubmitted: 08/01/2014

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ANTIGO - It can get tricky to get rid of some chemicals safely. That's why Langlade County conservationists want people to bring their chemical products to the Highway Department Shop on Saturday.

People can get rid of all pesticides, insecticides, and chemical products at the Hazardous Waste Clean Sweep. It's free for all households and farmers.

Conservationists think the event will help people who don't normally know what to do with the products.

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