RHINELANDER - You can try food from across the world without leaving the Northwoods.
The Top of the Hill Dining Room is open again until the end of March.
The Top of the Hill Dining Room is a unique restaurant that offers a different menu each day.
The restaurant is run by Nicolet college students.
"Most restaurants have a set menu and the top of the hill dining room offers a variety of menus from across the world," said Jake Haag, a student-chef.
Each student designs a menu based on a cuisine they chose to study.
The students then put together a theme to go along with that menu.
This gives the students real world experience.
"It's real time, real life. I think the students learn so much from that. There's deadlines, there's time crunch, there's stress, there's noise in the kitchen and it's hot. It's very realistic," said Kevin Brown, the Chef Instructor.
The restaurant is located at the Northwoods Center at Nicolet college.
Lunch is served Monday through Thursday from 11 to 12:15.
ARMSTRONG CREEK - Around 9:12 a.m. on Saturday emergency responders assisted a 49-year-old Crandon man who accidentally shot himself while hunting in Armstrong Creek, according to DNR Safety Specialist Warden Mark Little.
Little said the man saw a deer while sitting in his truck. He went to grab his rifle, and as he was manipulating the gun it went off. A bullet went through the man's upper right leg and lower left leg, exiting out the driver-side door.
ROSENDALE, WI - An explosion and fire at a cheese plant in Fond du Lac County sent one person to the hospital.
The sheriff's office says 36-year-old Travis Klotzbach, of Brandon, was using a cutting torch on an empty 55-gallon barrel in the auto shop at Knaus Cheese near Rosendale when the explosion happened just after 7 a.m. Friday.
RHINELANDER - The Rhinelander Salvation Army hopes to raise $40,000 in its bell ringing campaign again this year. It reached that goal during the holidays a year ago.
Volunteers kicked off the bell ringing drive at Trig's and Shopko on Friday. Eighty-six percent of money raised stays in the Rhinelander area to help families in emergencies.
"We're very excited that we're keeping our goal at 40 (thousand dollars) this year, and we're hoping that people are continuing to be generous in helping us reach that goal," Rhinelander Salvation Army Kettle Coordinator Kim Swisher said. "People are friendly, they're excited, they're like, 'Oh, it's bell ringing time!' [That] always means the holidays. We're excited about that."
You'll see volunteers at Trig's and Shopko through the holidays. Bell ringing starts at Walmart next week.
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