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Newswatch 12 speaks to James Williams Middle School studentsSubmitted: 01/31/2014
Story By Dan McKinney


RHINELANDER - Newswatch 12 likes to be an involved part of our Northwoods community. Today
that included sharing thoughts with middle school students in Rhinelander.
They spoke to a language arts class taught by Karie Blemke. The students
learned about what it's like working as a journalist.

"It was very exciting and fun to know how the station works and how to be an
anchorwoman or anchorman," says Kayla Kossack an 8th grader at James Williams
Middle School.

James Williams Middle School students are currently working on their own news
assignments in class.




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