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Past articles by Brennen:

Mayor to make it known Wausau is ‘Community for All’

Wausau Mayor Katie Rosenberg will sign a proclamation Tuesday afternoon enforcing a message that Wausau is a welcoming city for minority populations. → Read More

REGI seeing an increase in injured loons

Loons are getting injured on their migration trips, REGI is helping the birds in the central Wisconsin area. → Read More

How to stay safe with bears becoming active

The Wisconsin Black Bear Education Center gives suggestions on how to stay safe with black bear encounters. → Read More

Merrill Fire Department keeping their skills sharp with specialized training

Merrill Fire Department went through a three-day confined space training. → Read More

Wausau residents react to Derek Chauvin verdict

Wausau residents speak out on the verdict of former MPLS police officer Derek Chauvin. → Read More

Wausau becomes mecca for pickleball enthusiasts

With nine courts and more than 200 members Wausau is becoming a destination for pickleball players. → Read More

Car dealerships seeing increase of purchases during pandemic

Car dealerships are barely able to keep up with the high-interest people have to buy a new vehicle. → Read More

Wausau businesses weigh in on parklets potential impacts

"Parklets" an outdoor dining extension, is becoming a popular idea in Wausau. → Read More

Lt. Gov. attends broadband roundtable in Pittsville

Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes was in Pittsville Friday morning to discuss ways on how to improve internet access in rural areas. → Read More

Apple orchards dealing with fluctuating spring weather

With temperatures having such a major gap between daily highs and nighttime lows, it could be damaging future crops. → Read More

Local sports fans are celebrating the return of March Madness

Wausau residents are excited for the 2021 return of the March Madness tournament. → Read More

Merrill construction class gets hands-on opporunity in their community

The Merrill building construction class is getting a first-hand look at being on a construction site. → Read More

Residents clean large pile of palettes left on Lake Wausau

A large pile of palettes and other pieces of trash were left abandoned on the ice. → Read More

Off-road recovery businesses staying busy going into the spring

It was a Northwoods rescue mission. Luckily no humans were being rescued, just a Bobcat that fell through the ice in a Hazelhurst lake. → Read More

Colby School District celebrates first round of Moderna vaccine

The Colby School District is one step closer to normal after receiving its first round of the Moderna vaccine. → Read More

Wedding businesses looking for major turn around in 2021

Wedding-dependent businesses took a hit in 2020. But are looking to bounce back in 2021. → Read More

Wausau road crews working to clear roadways of potholes

Wausau residents are warned to keep an eye out for potholes as the warm weather uncovers them. → Read More

Demolition continues as T.B. Scott mansion enters next step in becoming a historic building

On Monday the city of Merrill Historic Preservation Committee voted 3-2 to move forward in making the T.B. Scott mansion a historic building, but it might be too late. → Read More

UWSP professor gives perspective on Mars landing

UW-Stevens Point professor Sebastian Zamfir shares why the landing on Mars is a big step for future missions. → Read More

Merrill residents react to T.B. Scott mansion being demolished

After a wrecking permit was obtained to demolish the T.B. Scott mansion, Merrill residents are still fighting to keep the building standing. → Read More