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Upgrades Planned for Wausau BallparkSubmitted: 04/16/2013
Story By Newswatch 12 Newsteam

WAUSAU - Wausau will soon have a nicer place to watch a ballgame.

The Wisconsin Woodchucks plan a 2.7 million dollar renovation project at Athletic Park.

The plan also includes development of a neighborhood park next to the stadium.

The entire project will be paid for with private funds.

The Woodchucks and the MacDonald family are making the announcement, in partnership with the city of Wausau.

The project will include premium seating and two new luxury suites, as well as a new press box.

In future years, more work will be done.

That will include new bleachers, retail areas, concession stands and new group outing decks.

The city of Wausau and the MacDonald family are working on the neighborhood park next to the stadium.


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Woman drowns in Marathon CountySubmitted: 05/26/2015

EDGAR - Marathon County authorities say a woman has died from drowning in a pool in Edgar in central Wisconsin.

Lt. Tim Burkholder of the Marathon County Sheriff's Department says it happened some time after midnight Monday.

 While the investigation is ongoing, he says the drowning appears to be accidental.

 The department is withholding the victim's name and other details for now.



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Growers at Lake Nokomis Cranberries in northern Oneida County think this season will be better.

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The school's auditorium will be completely updated starting in June. Many organizations that use the auditorium had input on what they would like to see improved.

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