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Wabeno Town Board Launches WebsiteSubmitted: 05/13/2013
Story By Lex Gray


WABENO - Wabeno's town board made it a little easier to find out what's happening around town.

It launched townofwabeno.org about two weeks ago.

The website will have community event listings and highlight area businesses and attractions.

You can also find information about town board meetings, the school district, and chamber of commerce.

A local couple donated the work on the website, so it cost the town almost nothing.

Town chairman Butch Piontek said the website project has been in the works for about eight months.



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