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Francisco homers, Brewers beat Reds 6-0Submitted: 06/15/2013
Story By Associated Press

CINCINNATI - Juan Francisco drove in three runs with a sacrifice fly and homer in a ballpark where he's had some big moments, and Yovani Gallardo pitched six innings on Saturday, leading the Milwaukee Brewers to a 6-0 victory over the Cincinnati Reds.

It was a rare win in Cincinnati for the Brewers, who have dropped 11 of their last 14 games at Great American Ball Park.

Logan Schafer had three hits off Homer Bailey (4-5), his second straight three-hit game. Schafer is filling in for Ryan Braun, on the DL with an injured thumb.

Gallardo (6-6) gave up three hits and a pair of walks in his second straight impressive start. Three relievers completed a seven-hitter for Milwaukee's first shutout. The Brewers were the only team in the majors without one.




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Marathon County armed robberySubmitted: 03/28/2017

TOWNSHIP OF EMMET - Early Tuesday morning Marathon County Sheriff's Communications received a 911 call from a residence about an armed robbery at 5022 Fairview Road, a rural residence in the Township of Emmet.

Deputies from the Marathon County Sheriff's Office and the Wausau Police Department responded and stayed on scene well into the afternoon with investigators.

So far Deputies have learned the victim was held at gunpoint for an undetermined amount of time. The suspects are described as one male Caucasian, approximately 5'11" with a thin build and two male Southeast Asians, approximately 5'4". There is also possibly one female Asian involved. The suspects were wearing coverings over their face, and they were armed with a handgun and a bat during this incident.

The suspects fled the scene in an unknown direction, in a small white pickup truck with no topper.

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MADISON - American Indian leaders in Wisconsin will give their annual State of the Tribes address to the Legislature and constitutional officers on April 4th.

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said in a news release Tuesday that Stockbridge-Munsee tribe President Shannon Holsey will give the speech this year.

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WAUSAU - A contractor fell from a ladder and died at the construction site of the new Hilton Garden Inn in Wausau last week. Now, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration is investigating the death.

Marathon County Sheriff's Captain Dale Wisnewski said Shane J. Cash, 45, of Wisconsin Rapids was drilling holes in the ceiling on Thursday when he fell from his ladder and died on scene.

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LAONA - Workers will need to start from scratch to rebuild the Silver Lake Inn supper club in Laona.

Only rubble and a stubborn brick chimney remain there right now. Fire ripped through the building in late November. Now, those charred remains have been torn down.

Owner Karen Davis said they plan to rebuild. She said her goal is to have it open again by the end of the year.

Laona Fire Chief Dave Rosio said he has yet to receive a report from the state fire marshal, who investigated the cause of the fire.


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RHINELANDER - People lived through detours, dust, and demolition throughout most of 2016 in downtown Rhinelander. Residents won't see that kind of work in 2017, but the city is planning more closures and road work to finish up the Streetscape Project.

Crews will start with the Davenport Street Bridge shutting down for a month in starting April 17.  Public Works Director Tim Kingman says some sections of concrete, sidewalk, and asphalt pavement shifted, settled and cracked over the winter.

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WESTON - Dozens of people planned to show up to Sunday's vigil. Community members brought balloons, ribbons and, of course, candles.

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ROTHSCHILD - Many people have been creating memorials and leaving flowers in honor of the victims of last week's shootings. Many people have also started contributing to funds for the victims' families. One Rothschild business decided to do something to show its support.

"Something in me said we have to do something," said Polito's Pizza General Manager Shawna Schulz.

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