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Friday Night Blitz 1.10.20Submitted: 01/10/2020
Story By Mazie Vincent

Friday Night Blitz 1.10.20
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BOYS SCORES:

Northland Pines 61 Lakeland Union 69
Rhinelander 47 Antigo 53
Medford 68 Mosinee 53
Crandon 56 Phelps 40
Phillips 65 Newman Catholic 54
Rib Lake 53 Assumption 33
Prentice 61 Marathon 67
Abbotsford 45 Stratford 83
Wausau West 41 Chippewa Falls 69
Wausau East 42 Marshfield 64
DC Everest 63 SPASH 71
Merrill 76 Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln 72




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HAYWARD - A dam break outside Hayward, Wi  led to a dangerous flash flood situation.

According to the national weather service, the dam failed Wednesday afternoon along the Mosquito Brook Flowage,  just north of Hayward.

When the dam broke, water was sent rushing into a neighborhood, causing road closures and stranding homeowners on a dead-end street.

Some of the roads were damaged and some homes were cut off by the rushing water.

No word on any injuries or damaged homes.

The flash flood warning that was in effect Wednesday night is now simply a flood warning.

The Hayward area received nearly three inches of rain on Tuesday.

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MADISON - The Wisconsin Elections Commission voted Wednesday to mail absentee ballot applications to most voters in the battleground state ahead of November's presidential election.

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RHINELANDER - The Hodag Country Festival organizers announced Thursday the decision to postpone the 43rd Hodag Country Festival until 2021.

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WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump is escalating his war on social media companies, preparing to sign an executive order Thursday challenging the liability protections that have served as a bedrock for unfettered speech on the internet.

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MADISON - Wisconsin Republicans sparred with leaders in Democratic Gov. Tony Evers administration during a sometimes heated legislative hearing Wednesday, faulting them for not doing enough to quickly process surging unemployment claims during the coronavirus pandemic.

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BILLINGS, MONT. - Federal courts have delivered a string of rebukes to the Trump administration over what they found were failures to protect the environment and address climate change as it promotes fossil fuel interests and the extraction of natural resources from public lands.

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