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UPDATE: Human remains found in Town of Pelican were that of a 54-year-old Hazelhurst manSubmitted: 07/02/2014
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TOWN OF PELICAN - The human remains found Tuesday morning in the woods south of Rhinelander are that of a 54-year-old Hazelhurst man.

The remains of Steven J. Boron were found in the Town of Pelican near Lake Julia.

The Oneida County Sheriff's Office says the man had avoided probation.

That was reported to the sheriff's office in May 2013, and could have been the last time he had contact with officials.

Investigators don't think there was any foul play in the death.

The Oneida County Sheriff's Office and the Oneida County Medical Examiner are still investigating.



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Wisconsin DNR encourages composting Submitted: 10/21/2014

MADISON - The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources wants homeowners to compost or mulch fallen leaves. This will help keep the leaves out of landfills and lower the chances of burning piles.

DNR leaders say composting means more room and landfill and less chance of stray sparks from burning piles that can start wildfires.

Fewer burning piles will also helps maintain a high level of air quality.
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High school opens doors to community membersSubmitted: 10/20/2014

RHINELANDER - School districts in the Northwoods hope state legislators will change the way local public schools are funded.

Right now, the school funding formula hurts property-rich, but income-poor, districts like Rhinelander.

Rhinelander administrators warn if Madison doesn't make a funding change, they face cutting programs or asking voters for more money through a referendum.

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Northwoods school hosts anti-bullying programsSubmitted: 10/20/2014

MINOCQUA - Schools across the country struggle with bullying.

Northwoods schools like MHLT hope students learned from a traveling theatre group today.

All of their students attended a short play by the group, CLIMB Theatre.

Bullying has been a problem for the school.

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Antigo Marching Band takes third place at state competitionSubmitted: 10/20/2014

WHITEWATER - The Antigo marching band took third place at state on Saturday. The competition was held in Whitewater.

The marching band had a successful season this year. The band won first place at four competitions.

This was the 13th year the band has gone to state. Last year they took second.

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Police: Indiana suspect in 7 slayings hints at more killingsSubmitted: 10/20/2014

HAMMOND, IN - Police investigating the slayings of seven women whose bodies were found over the weekend in Indiana say the suspect has told them that he may have killed people going back 20 years.

Hammond Police Chief John Doughty said during a news conference Monday that the suspect, identified as Darren Vann, is being cooperative with investigators. Vann was convicted of sexual assault in Texas in 2009 and now lives in Gary.

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Room tax funds marketing opportunities for events, non-profitsSubmitted: 10/20/2014

RHINELANDER - If you stay at a motel or resort, you may notice an extra tax on your bill.

A room tax is an extra tax placed on overnight stays.

Lodges and resorts in the City of Rhinelander and Town of Pelican collect room tax.

Now you may be able to get some of that money.

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Community helping pick new president for Nicolet College Submitted: 10/20/2014

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RHINELANDER - Nicolet College will need to find a new president. Taxes in the community help pay for some of the school's budget. That's why the school wants to turn to the community before filling the position.

Monday night they heard from the community at a meeting.

Some people want to make sure the candidates have good backgrounds. They also want the board to do their research, but some don't want students left out.

David Hubbard of Harshaw thought it would be a perfect opportunity to learn more about the school. However, he also wanted to make sure students could participate in the process.

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