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Emalyn Muzzy

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Minneapolis, MN, United States

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Past articles by Emalyn:

Firefighters, PFAS, LED street lights, skate park repairs: Here’s how Wausau has spent $5M of its ARPA funds

Wausau has allocated about one-third of its $15 million in ARPA funds to cover projects from updating public infrastructure to funding new positions. → Read More

UWSP students, professor create 'refugee dictionary' to help families overcome language barrier

The "refugee dictionary" includes around 150 words translated into six languages — Ukrainian, English, French, German, Dutch and Russian. → Read More

‘Love is love’: Wausau author Eli Pritzl writes the gay fantasy novel they’ve always wanted to read

Eli Pritzl of Wausau wrote "Amber Eyes" to better represent queer love and mental illness in fantasy novels. → Read More

Stevens Point restarts discussions on rebuilding Division, Church streets following referendum approval

The City Council will set a meeting for the end of August to present and discuss potential redevelopment ideas with Stevens Point residents. → Read More

Candidate for Wisconsin's 29th Senate District says February arrest for OWI was 'poor decision'

Republican candidate Jon Kaiser was arrested in February for drunken driving and pleaded guilty in June. He called the conviction a "poor decision." → Read More

How is inflation impacting life in Central Wisconsin? We want to share your stories.

We want to know how inflation is impacting life for residents in Central Wisconsin. Contact reporter Emalyn Muzzy at Emuzzy@gannett.com. → Read More

'It became personal very quickly': Antisemitic pamphlets left in Marshfield yards for the second time this summer

Someone anonymously left antisemitic pamphlets in Marshfield yards for the second time this summer. → Read More

'Where are they gonna stop?': Hundreds gather in downtown Wausau to protest the overturning of Roe v. Wade

A pro-choice rally was held Sunday in downtown Wausau to protest the U.S. Supreme Court's June 24 decision to overturn Roe V. Wade. → Read More

Organizers expect a large crowd for a pro-choice march Sunday in downtown Wausau

The march, which will protest recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions, will take place at 3 p.m. July 10 at the 400 Block downtown. → Read More

Here's where to find fireworks and attend events near Stevens Point for 4th of July in 2022

Check out these Fourth of July festivals and fireworks displays in Stevens Point, Iola and Rosholt on Independence Day 2022. → Read More

'Just amazing': Stevens Point groups raise over $7,000 for family of 15-year-old who died

Several Stevens Point Facebook groups raised nearly $7,000 for Jersey Howe's family. The 15-year-old girl died suddenly while on a trip last week. → Read More

Where to celebrate the Fourth of July in the Wausau area and nearby cities in 2022

Wausau won't have a city celebration this year, but surrounding cities will. Here are the details. → Read More

Ka Lo resigns from Wausau School Board, says she resisted quitting earlier despite 'toxicity'

Lo said that despite two years of being subjected to "disrespect," she found the position rewarding and did her best to serve the community. → Read More

Don't miss these Fourth of July festivals and fireworks shows in the Wisconsin Rapids area

Check out these Fourth of July festivals and fireworks displays in Pittsville, Rome, Rudolph and Wisconsin Rapids. → Read More

Don't miss these Fourth of July festivals and fireworks shows in the Marshfield area

Check out these Fourth of July festivals and fireworks displays in Marshfield, Neillsville and Pittsville. → Read More

Marathon County tourism spending jumped by 21% last year as people looked to outdoor recreation

Marathon County brought in $403 million in tourism dollars in 2021, driven by Granite Peak, Rib Mountain State Park, fishing, boating and bike trails. → Read More

'He just felt a connection to the city': Former Wisconsin Rapids mayor Carl Greeneway dies at 91

Carl Greeneway served as Wisconsin Rapids mayor from 1986-94. His family talked with the Daily Tribune about their dad's connection to the community. → Read More

Outdoor music, dining returns for the summer to downtown Wausau

Concerts on the Square and Dining on the Street return Wednesdays this summer to downtown Wausau. A variety of food trucks also will be featured. → Read More

Wisconsin Rapids Cranberry Blossom Festival returns with live music, carnival, parade and more

The Cranberry Blossom Festival returns to Wisconsin Rapids June 16-19 with events including a carnival, parade and live music. → Read More

Stevens Point Juneteenth returns with a bigger celebration at Pfiffner Park

Stevens Point will host its second Juneteenth celebration from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. June 18 in Pfiffner Park with food, art and music. → Read More