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Hwy 51 lane closures by Minocqua bridgeSubmitted: 07/21/2014
Hwy 51 lane closures by Minocqua bridge
Story By Newswatch 12 Team

MINOCQUA - Important news for folks heading to work, or summer camp. You'll need to plan for construction work on parts of Highway 51 if you're heading to Minocqua.

You can expect single, lane closures on northbound and southbound US 51. The Wisconsin DOT hopes all the work will be done by the end of the day on Thursday.

Those lane closures start at Country Club Road and go to West Park Avenue at Minocqua Lake.

Here's how you can stay up to date on the construction:

Follow the Wisconsin DOT on Twitter. Their twitter handle is "@WisconsinDOT." You can also check there for any information on accidents. Visit the DOT's website "www.dot.wisconsin.gov" for weekly updates.

The DOT wants to remind you to check for those updates before you leave home.

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