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Friday Night Blitz - 9/20Submitted: 09/20/2013
Story By Marisa Silvas and Joe Dufek

THE NORTHWOODS - Joe and Marisa have another exciting week of Friday Night football. The game of the week is Lakeland hosting Medford. They also travel to Northland Pines, Tomahawk and Merrill.

Plus, Marisa gets to know the Rhinelander volleyball team and they announce the Newswatch 12 Player of the Week.



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What We're Working OnSubmitted: 07/26/2017

- Tonight on Newswatch 12:

We'll take you to the preliminary hearing for a Merrill man charged with stabbing his father to death in January of 2016.

The Oneida County Department on Aging is offering vouchers to seniors good for 25 dollars' worth of fruit and vegetables at any approved farmers' market. We'll tell you how you can find out if you qualify.

And we'll take you to the annual Great Library Worm Race taking place today at the Rhinelander District Library.

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

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MADISON - An invitation to President Donald Trump's afternoon news conference with Wisconsin officials says electronics giant Foxconn will build a liquid-crystal display panel plant in Wisconsin.

The Associated Press obtained the invitation from a person with knowledge of the Wednesday afternoon event at the White House. The person doesn't have authorization to publicly release the information.

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ONEIDA COUNTY - A Northwoods organization wants to keep adding to the number of leaders we see in the community.

Leadership Oneida County is a nine-month program which aims to help build leaders and strengthen involvement. The group is currently accepting applications until August 1st.

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THREE LAKES - Normally when we think of invasive species, we want to get rid of them. But on Tuesday in Three Lakes, people learned how to cook with invasive species.

It was all part of a cooking demonstration held at the Demmer Memorial Library. Oneida County AIS Coordinator Stephanie Boismenue led the class.

Boismenue says it's an effort to help educate the public.

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MADISON - Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker says President Donald Trump plans to make a "major jobs announcement for Wisconsin" amid speculation that electronics giant Foxconn will build a plant in the state.

Walker tweeted the statement while referring to a Wednesday afternoon news conference at the White House.

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WOODRUFF - Beads, paint, glue, and markers covered tables at the Northwoods Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Woodruff Tuesday as children worked intently creating artwork. 

Five local women artists are holding a week long creative arts camp.

The camp is called "Grow Your Spirit."

It focuses on helping kids reflect who they are on the inside and out and express their spirit through art.
 
"I know that I am a better person when I do make art, and I think about the world and how I make art, and I want to have children have that opportunity," said Camp Leader Toni Polfus.

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EAGLE RIVER - When school starts up again in the fall, buses usually fill with kids. 

But Parsons of Eagle River car dealership is filling buses with school supplies for their second annual Fill the Bus fundraiser. 

The car dealership began collecting school supplies last week for their month long fundraiser to benefit kids in the Northland Pines and Phelps school districts. 

"Last year our new car manager, Brandee, and some others sat down and came up with this idea to help the local schools. It was such a success last year we decided to try it again this year," said Parsons Eagle River co-owner Jenny Gretzinger.

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