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Recent articles by Hannah:

Final Concept for ‘Westside Master Plan’ complete

Westside Master Plan will move forward to the finance committee for approval next. → Read More

DNR launches new $10M grant program for contaminated private wells

You may be eligible for a grant that helps you pay to fix your private well contamination. → Read More

Construction for Wausau mall area will start in spring

The Wausau redevelopment project downtown will start construction in Spring. → Read More

‘Lucy’ Merrill’s 2-nosed cow dies at 15 years

A cow with two noses from Merrill has died. Lucy was 15 years old. → Read More

WPS says monthly bills will rise this winter

How you can prepare for rising energy bills. → Read More

REGI cares for baby barn owls after rare nest spotted

REGI cares for baby barn owl after rare nest spotted in Wisconsin. → Read More

REGI cares for baby barn owls after rare nest spotted

REGI cares for baby barn owl after rare nest spotted in Wisconsin. → Read More

Stevens Point is looking for a school to make a rain garden

The new rain garden is aimed at maintaining groundwater and providing a learning opportunity for students. → Read More

‘Kelly Castle’ draws thousands to Tomahawk

'Kelley Castle' opens it's gates to the public one weekend each year. → Read More

Students in Wood County could face serious consequences for possession and use of Delta 8 THC

New THC age restriction in Wood County influences school districts. → Read More

Man convicted in fatal shooting at Wausau cemetery sentenced to life in prison with no eligibility of parole

A sentencing date has been rescheduled for the 67-year-old man convicted of shooting three people at a Wausau cemetery, killing one in 2019. → Read More

Wausau School District could have a new charter school by 2023

Wausau School District considers new charter school. → Read More

Multicultural groups host World Refugee Day event Saturday in Wausau

Wausau celebrates World Refugee Day with an event on the 400 block. → Read More

Widow sentenced to life behind bars says she’s innocent

Cindy Schulz-Juedes will spend the rest of her life behind bars despite claiming she's innocent. → Read More

Construction for Lilac Ave. in Rib Mountain begins June 2024

Town of Rib Mountain met to discuss possible road reconstruction plans. → Read More

Gospel TLC announces new building for 16 people recovering from addiction

Gospel TLC announced they have secured a building for people recovering from addiction. → Read More

‘Prices are getting crazy’: A popular opinion at the gas pump

Gas prices are at an all-time high and for some, it’s changed how the budget. → Read More

The Neighbor’s Place helps ease baby formula shortage

The Neighbors Place is opening its doors to anyone who needs baby formula amidst a worsening shortage. → Read More

‘If the trucks stop running, the shelves go empty’: How diesel price hikes impact consumers

Diesel prices are at an all-time high which hurts trucking companies and consumers. → Read More

3 Marathon County non-profits compete for $100K grant

One non-profit in Marathon County will be awarded $100,000 on Monday. → Read More