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Community Members Create Mural to Remember Hannah Miller

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Friends and community members constructed a mural at Pioneer Park in Rhinelander in honor of Hannah Miller.

It’s a collection of 3,000 cups painted to resemble the young woman.

She was killed on June 30, and police are still searching for her killer – who they believe is Christopher Terrell Anderson.

Organizers say the mural took about 25 hours to assemble.

They hope it reminds people of Miller’s life.

"We've got the signs up there so that people can leave a note remember what they knew of her,” says Andrew Egan, a manager at The Intuition Collective and an artist involved in the project. “I think it's just nice to be seen like that.”

Egan says the mural is a show of community support for Miller’s family.

"I think it's perfect timing and everything and trying to keep the search alive,” he says. “This is a huge thing to happen in such a small town. And it's I think this is a nice thing for people to know there's support here."

A reminder – police are still searching for Anderson. If you have any information about him or his whereabouts, you're asked to call the Oneida County Sheriff's Office at 715-361-5201.

Erin Gottsacker joined WXPR in December 2020. As a Morning Edition host and reporter, Erin reports on the issues that matter most in the Northwoods.
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