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Numbers down for deer hunting opening weekendSubmitted: 11/24/2013
Story By Joe Dufek


ANTIGO - Opening weekend of deer hunting is in the books. As was expected the initial deer totals in several counties in the Northwoods are slightly below last year's totals. The harsh spring suffered earlier this year, plus cold temperatures among the factors for the limited success.

14-year old Ally Hetto of Appleton was hunting with her dad on property the family owns in the Deerbrook area. Ally shot her first buck a four-pointer.

We'll have more on opening weekend in Wednesday night's "Northwoods Spotlight," on Newswatch 12 at 10pm.




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MERRILL - It looks like Lincoln County doesn't want to keep its fairgrounds after the county approved a measure on Tuesday offering to sell the property to Merrill.

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EAGLE RIVER - Board President Julie Paez says opening the center took a lot of community involvement.

"A group of likeminded citizens got together and started the project with the Eagle River Revitalization Program. They kind of started it, kept working on it, and then slowly the board got bigger and bigger, and started programing throughout the community," Paez said.

Organizers were using the other local businesses for studio space, but that will change.

"The whole time we were looking to find a place for us so we could really fulfill our dream, which is to bring more people downtown to Eagle River, help revitalize and sustain downtown Eagle River, and bring something else here to the Northwoods," Paez added.

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ANTIGO - Some fruit growers in the Northwoods worry the cold overnight weather could hurt their crops this year. Farmers who grow more delicate fruits, like strawberries, are taking precautions.

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MADISON - The Legislature's finance committee has approved a host of changes to Gov. Scott Walker's floundering job creation agency, including removing the governor as chairman, dramatically reducing its reserves and eliminating a proposed $55 million in grants to fund regional loans

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What We're Working OnSubmitted: 05/21/2015

- The AmericInn in Rhinelander received their fifth award in a row for service excellence from one of the largest travel websites in the country. Newswatch 12's Matt Brooks talked to the hotel manager about how they got so much attention, and what other local inns can do to get noticed. Find out tonight on Newswatch 12.

We'll have the details on this story and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.

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Hotel earns awards for serviceSubmitted: 05/21/2015

RHINELANDER - The Rhinelander AmericInn earned an award from the world's largest travel website this month. TravelAdvisor gave the hotel its' fifth Certificate of Excellence Award. This puts them in TravelAdvisor's Certificate of Excellence Hall of Fame. Workers believe travelers are taking notice.

 "We have seen a frequency or an increase in the number of our reviews, so people are using the site more and more," explained Rhinelander AmericInn General Manager Erin Skinner. "As far as whether they choose us just because of TripAdvisor, it's hard to tell, but we do hear that from guests."

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TOMAHAWK - Car enthusiasts will head to Tomahawk this weekend.

The 21st Main Street Memories Car Show draws more than 250 unique cars to the area.

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