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Let's Go Racing! Tomahawk Speedway OpensSubmitted: 05/24/2013
Story By Marisa Silvas

TOMAHAWK - If you're a racing fan... you'll be busy this weekend... all three area tracks are in action.

Dirt was flying tonight for the season opener at Tomahawk Speedway.

The first heat of the evening went to the pure stock class. Joe Johnson Sr. from Lac du Flambeau jumped out in front and kept the lead after a caution on the 7th lap to win the heat. Michael Brown of Tomahawk won the feature.

In the street stock class the 711 car took a quick lead and never looked back. Jason Jensen from Eagle River took first and was a half lap in front of the rest of the field and Tomahawks Keith Troutman took the feature.




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SHAWANO - A minivan hit and killed a construction worker in Shawano County Tuesday.

30-year-old Derek Stempa of Shawano had been flagging traffic.

68-year-old Dennis St. John of Hurley was driving the minivan when he struck Stempa.

The Shawano County Highway Department had been doing road work in the area.

That's on Highway 47 near the Menominee Indian Reservation.

The Wisconsin State Patrol is in charge of the investigation.

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MADISON - The state lawmaker who authored a measure that would allow private, home-schooled and online charter students to participate in public school district athletics and activities says he drafted the proposal to give children more options.

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WAUKESHA - Defense experts say one of two Wisconsin girls charged as adults with trying to kill a friend to please a fictional horror character has a very low risk of future criminal behavior and a high likelihood of success in treatment.

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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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MADISON - Many visitors to Wisconsin want to learn more about the native people who live here.

The head of tourism for Wisconsin's 11 American Indian tribes is trying to develop a series of TV shows that will highlight the reservations as attractive places to visit.

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RHINELANDER - Prosecutors hope evidence from a garbage bag will help convict a 48-year-old Rhinelander woman of trying to make meth. Andrea Healy was bound over for trial after a preliminary hearing in Rhinelander on Tuesday.

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RHINELANDER - State lawmakers will make a decision on whether blaze pink hunting clothing is as good as blaze orange apparel.

On Tuesday, members of the Wisconsin Legislative Sportsmen's Caucus introduced a bill that would allow hunters to wear blaze pink.

If it passes, the bill would likely make Wisconsin the first state in the nation to allow blaze pink.

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