Tony Langfellow, WSAW

Tony Langfellow

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Past articles by Tony:

Wausau City Council to decide on sale of Wausau chemical site for new indoor green space

The Wausau City Council is expected to decide Tuesday if it will sell the former Wausau Chemical building to a group looking to create an indoor green space. → Read More

Building a community garden for a cause

Gardening for a cause, that’s what a group in Marshfield is doing to get fresh produce to people in need. → Read More

1 injured after vehicle rollover in Town of Saratoga

One person is recovering at Marshfield Medical Center after their vehicle rolled over in Wood County. → Read More

New texting program gets Abbotsford students mental health help

A new initiative at the School District of Abbotsford is giving students more help with mental health services. It was rolled out just two months ago. → Read More

New program keeps Wisconsin child care providers alive

The pandemic has caused many other centers to cut staff, pay and turn families away, while raising their prices. → Read More

Marathon daycare facility to open Feb. 7

An 8,000 square-foot childcare center in Marathon has announced it will open Feb. 7. → Read More

Snow fanatics flock to Granite Peak for opening day

Wisconsin’s largest ski hill had its 84th season opener on Wednesday. → Read More

Health experts say kids COVID-19 vaccine outweighs risk of virus

The Wisconsin DHS announced on Wednesday that children in the 5 to 11-year-old age group are eligible to get Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine. → Read More

Mural in Kronenwetter reaches completion

What was once a blank sound wall, is now a beautiful canvas for the people of Kronenwetter. The "Journey Through Progress" mural is located just off of Old Highway 51 and Kowalski Road in Kronenwetter. → Read More

Learning to prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

Each year, nearly 2,000 children under the age of 1-year-old die from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). This is when infants are accidentally killed from unsafe sleeping environments. → Read More

State department approves refugees to settle in Wausau

After state approval on Wednesday, more than 80 Afghan refugees will soon arrive to the Wausau area. → Read More

‘From Laos to America’ Museum reopens, searching for help

After being closed for a year and a half, the Wausau museum, From Laos to America Museum has reopened in a new location, but it’s facing new challenges. → Read More

Walking from Stevens Point to Texas for a cause

A Stevens Point woman is walking more than 1,000 miles on a journey to help raise money and bring awareness to a rare lung disease. → Read More

Judge gives people of Hidden Lakes Estates 60 days before eviction

In less than 60 days, about 40 people living at a Schofield trailer park will be evicted from their homes. → Read More

1 dead, 2 injured in Taylor County crash

One person is dead and two others are injured from a crash in Taylor County. → Read More

1 injured, 1 arrested in Marshfield stabbing

One person is injured and another is in custody after a stabbing incident in Marshfield on Saturday night. → Read More

Wisconsin Rapids native raising $15,000 for service dog

Kayla Grimes has been chronically ill her entire life. She has over 15 illnesses that cause her to rely on many people to take care of her. → Read More

Communities celebrate area’s first ‘715 day’

Stevens Point and Wausau are celebrating a new holiday, it's called called '715 day.' → Read More

1 killed, 1 injured in Wood County UTV crash

One person is dead and another is seriously injured after a UTV crash in the Township of Saratoga Sunday, July 4. → Read More

Crews responding to structure fire near Rosholt

Crews are battling a structure fire in the Town of Sharon, just outside of Rosholt. → Read More