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Hodag water show pavilion needs repair Submitted: 04/24/2014
Story By Dan McKinney


RHINELANDER - It won't be much longer before the Hodag water show gears up for the summer, but right now they need to make repairs to their building. Rod Olson says it may cost between $15,000 and $20,000 to make repairs to the building. To watch the video click on the video link.



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The governor and credit union officials announced the expansion at a news conference on Tuesday.

Until now the credit union has served only current and past University of Wisconsin System and Madison Area Technical College students. It offers interest rates ranging from 2.2 percent to 6.8 percent.

Walker, a Republican, called the expansion another step in help students and alumni.

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MADISON - The heavy rains that have caused flooding and landslides in parts of Wisconsin have also saturated the soil at record levels around the state.

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WASHINGTON - The Senate has blocked a spending bill needed to keep the government open beyond Friday's midnight deadline.

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MADISON - A federal judge has refused a union's demand to block Wisconsin's right-to-work law.

The law prohibits businesses and unions from reaching agreements that require all workers, not just union members, to pay union dues. Unions have argued the law enables nonunion members to receive free representation.

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"I could see deer guts from a deer laying on his stuff," Thompson said.

The memorial to Dahlvig, which sits along Highway 47 near Lac du Flambeau, also had its wooden cross broken.

That sight got to Thompson, a former firefighter who often worked with Dahlvig.

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The school's newest investment is bringing lesson plans to life.

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