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Thursday Night Sports Report Submitted: 09/13/2018
Mazie Vincent
Mazie Vincent
Sports Anchor/Reporter
mvincent@wjfw.com

Thursday Night Sports Report
NORTHWOODS - Rhinelander tennis defeated Lakeland Union, 7-0. 

Hodag tennis dominated on the soccer field beating the Medford Raiders 9-2. Rhinelander scored 7 goals in the first 13 minutes of the second half. 






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RHINELANDER - Don't put away your road bike for the winter just yet.

Mel's Trading Post owner Mitch Mode says fall is the best time to take a bike out to see the fall foliage.

He is currently offering bike sales. However, if you don't want to go long-term, you can always rent a bike.

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RIB MOUNTAIN - Sometimes we forget about the little dangers when we walk down a street. It could range from a crack in the sidewalk to a stop sign that's slightly hidden.

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RHINELANDER - A school bus crashed with a Jeep east of Rhinelander on Tuesday morning.

The crash happened near Highway C and Faust Lake Road around 7:30 a.m.

According to the Oneida County Sheriff's Office, when police arrived at the scene, all students were transported by bus to Ascension St. Mary's Hospital for precautionary measures.

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What We're Working OnSubmitted: 09/25/2018

- Tonight on Newswatch 12:


We'll tell you about a group of paramedics who will be at this weekend's Beef-a-Rama in Minocqua and offer their medical services while riding their bikes as part a new program.

We'll talk to a board member of a group that is going around the Northwoods helping non-registered voters prepare for the November election.

And the Northland Pines High School Soccer Team is on a hot streak and looking to take the Great Northern Conference soccer title. We'll talk with the team's head coach about their accomplishments.


We'll bring you the details on these stories and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.

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RHINELANDER - The Kids Impacting Our Neighborhood Youth Program in Rhinelander fears it might have to close down if it can't get some of its funding back.

Program executive director Angela Dexter was shocked to find out the program that benefits homeless and at risk teenagers lost nearly half of its funding.

Dexter says the grant they have been using won't be renewed after this month.

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MADISON - The Wisconsin Elections Commission has agreed to allow local election clerks to reinstate voter registration for voters who were wrongly cut from the rolls last year.

The commission voted unanimously at its Tuesday meeting to allow for the clerks to reinstate the voters ahead of the Nov. 6 midterm election.

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NORRISTOWN, PA - Bill Cosby has left a Pennsylvania courtroom in handcuffs to begin serving a three-to-10 year prison sentence for sexual assault.

Defense lawyers tried to keep the 81-year-old out of prison while he appeals his conviction, saying he's frail and legally blind. Judge Steven O'Neill refused their plea for Cosby to remain on house arrest, ruling Tuesday that Cosby will be locked up immediately.

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