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Past articles by Jade:

Business ventures in Rib Mountain are one step closer to becoming a reality

Some business ventures in Rib Mountain are a step closer to becoming a reality. The community development director said there’s been positive feedback from the planning commission to bring Chick-fil-A and Chipotle to life. → Read More

The Open Door is a step closer to getting funding to better serve the unhoused population

The Open Door, a non-profit organization that helps homeless people, is one step closer to getting the funding it needs to serve Wausau’s unhoused population better. → Read More

Historians weigh in on one-year mark of Russia invading Ukraine

February 24, 2022, marks the one-year anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Since then, the United States has committed more than $32 billion dollars to Ukraine → Read More

Tow bans lifted throughout central Wisconsin

Tow truck companies are hitting the streets again now that towing bans have been lifted and it’s been a busy day for drivers. Towing bans are put in place to keep police and tow truck drivers safe in bad weather. → Read More

Winter storms affecting Ash Wednesday services

Wednesday’s winter storm is putting a pause on usual Ash Wednesday plans. Some churches are still holding services for the beginning of lent, while others are postponing services, or going virtual. → Read More

Wausau Public Works prepares for freezing roads Wednesday

Temperatures are dropping and that could lead to icy roads on Wednesday. Just in case, Wausau Public Works is already preparing to treat the roads. → Read More

Wausau River District to launch Wausau Night Market series this summer

The Wausau River District is hosting a new event this summer. → Read More

Local artists featured at UW- Stevens Point during Black History Month

The University of Wisconsin Stevens Point is honoring Black History Month with a variety of events. One event is a new art display created by a former USWP student and spray paint artist → Read More

Keep your home protected when you know you won’t be home

The Marathon County Sheriff’s Office shared some tips to keep your home safe during extended travel. → Read More

Wild Instincts animal rescue in need of ‘Raptor Rescue’ and transport drivers

Since 1988, Wild Instincts has treated almost 20,000 wild animals, but now they’re looking for a few good people who can help them continue to treat our wildlife → Read More

Vilas County snowmobile trails become deadliest in state after tragic week

Five out of the nine snowmobile deaths in the state have happened in Vilas County → Read More

Merrill man thanks Merrill Fire Department first responders who saved his life

A Merrill man is thanking the first responders who saved his life after an explosion last year → Read More

Marathon County snow plows get green light to upgrade vehicles

It’s only February, which means plenty of time for more snow to fall and snow plow drivers will be back on the roads clearing it. The next time we see a snowstorm though, the plow trucks will look a little different. → Read More

Community Partners Campus in Wausau officially opens to the public

The Community Partners Campus is officially ready to help the central Wisconsin community. The campus highlighted its grand opening Wednesday with a flag dedication and a ribbon-cutting ceremony. → Read More

Team USA Snow Sculptors create a Stormy Kromer sculpture

Three Team USA Snow Sculptors are putting the finishing touches on their Stormy Kromer-inspired art that’s sitting outside of the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum → Read More

Vacant buildings in Stevens Point being redeveloped into new businesses

Multiple businesses will be turning unused, vacant buildings into new stores for shoppers → Read More

Brittany Zimmermann’s family reacts to the parole eligibility of their daughter’s murder

Brittany Zimmerman’s parents and family are speaking out following the first-degree conviction and withdrawal of David Kahl’s parole eligibility. Kahl is convicted of murdering 21-year-old, UW Madison student Brittany Zimmermann in 2008. → Read More

2023 Wisconsin Pond Hockey Classic returning to Sunnyvale Park in Wausau

The Wisconsin Pond Hockey Classic is almost here. Friday will officially begin the 12th year of the hockey tournament → Read More

Old Wausau Iron Works property may become a motor pool division

The old Wausau Iron Works building may be getting a new purpose. City officials are looking to turn the property into the city’s new motor pool division → Read More

Buddy Check 7: Importance of colon cancer screenings

Colon cancer is the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths in men and women, according to the American Cancer Society. However, colon cancer can be prevented if it’s caught in time. → Read More