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Past articles by Tony:

UW Extension to offer Artificial Insemination Program

Registration is now open for an artificial insemination program offered by the UW- Extension Marathon County. → Read More

King’s Campers’ Camper Palooza show happening this weekend

King’s Campers in Rib Mountain is preparing campers with their Camper Palooza event March 9-12. → Read More

Neighbors’ Place benefit event to be held Friday at Whitewater Music Hall

The Neighbors’ Place will hold its first annual benefit show “A Night for Our Neighbors” on Friday, March 3. → Read More

Polkas on Ice to be held on Sunday in Stevens Point

Ice skating, Polish treats and hot cocoa will be available Sunday in downtown Stevens Point. The 4th annual “Polkas on Ice” will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Matthias Mitchell public square. → Read More

Wausau Tennis Center gears up to host pickleball for Badger State Games

The Wausau Tennis Center will host pickleball for the Badger State Games on Feb. 10-12 → Read More

Arctic Run Model Railroad Show and Sale to be held this weekend in Stevens Point

The Holiday Inn Hotel and Convention Center in Stevens Point will be transformed this weekend for the annual Arctic Run Model Train Show and Sale. → Read More

Your Town Wausau: The history of Sylvan Hill

For nearly 50 years families and kids have been having fun at Sylvan Hill in Wausau, but it took some time before Sylvan Hill became what we know it as today. → Read More

Angel Tree program needs your help; deadline is Dec. 16

Christmas is less than three weeks away and a program to help brighten the holidays for Marathon County children needs your help. → Read More

Identifying the signs of a loved one’s cognitive decline during holiday gatherings

Many families are looking forward to getting together this week for Thanksgiving. For families that are unable to frequently get together, the holidays can be a time to spot when an older adult is no longer acting like themselves. → Read More

Alpine Holiday to be held Nov. 11-12 at Columbus Catholic Schools

The public is invited to Columbus Catholic Schools on Friday and Saturday for Alpine Holiday. → Read More

Purple Heart recipient to share inspiring story on Nov. 7 in Wausau

After being deployed to Iraq in 2004, Melissa Stockwell became the first female American soldier to lose a limb in active combat when her vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb. → Read More

Rhinelander Hodags voted ‘Best mascot in America’

Rhinelander High School was in the final round for the best sports mascot in America competition. → Read More

The Landing to launch senior men’s book club

A book club for men launching this month at The Landing is giving avid readers a chance to connect and socialize. → Read More

Children’s Wisconsin offers numerous programs to help struggling parents

It’s been called the hardest job in the world. And most people would agree parenting comes with its share of challenges. → Read More

NTC to offer babysitting certification class

A class to help prepare tweens and teens to babysit younger siblings or other children has a number off offerings this fall and winter. → Read More

Wausau Cyclone hockey season opener is Oct. 14

Cyclone Hockey will host their first game of the season on Oct. 14. → Read More

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