Local News

  • Favorable weather is needed to help with the Wisconsin potato harvest
  • The fire "Project North" festival happens this week in downtown Rhinelander
  • Around 15 thousand people are expected to attend Beef-A-Rama in Minocqua
  • Lawmakers from both parties are working on medical marijuana legislation

 

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  • Meeting in Crivitz will gather input on management plan for inland trout fishing
  • High water levels causing problems around the state
  • Law enforcement patrolling ATV  trails in Vilas County
  • Lawmakers agree replacement facilities need to be in place before juvenile prisons close
  • Meeting in Crivitz will gather input on management plan for inland trout fishing
  • High water levels causing problems around the state
  • Law enforcement patroll

  • A group wants to work with a local police association to bring “Bully Benches” to Rhinelander schools
  • A ten-year state management plan for black bears is in the works
  • The Vilas County DNR Deer Advisory Council makes preliminary recommendations
  • CBD oil is appearing across the U.S. as a home-based treatment for several ailments

  • Governor outlines plans for chronic wasting disease in Wisconsin deer
  • Coasters placed in taverns try to connect northwoods men with mental health services
  • Tuesday is Arts Day in Wisconsin
  • Suspect in Jayme Closs kidnapping tells a television station he plans to plead guilty 

  • Oneida and Vilas counties lead the way as state bald eagle numbers grow
  • Lifetime philanthropy award goes to Nicolet College donor
  • Water quality task force proposed for Wisconsin due to concerns about water wells in several counties  
  • Lawyers for the man accused of kidnapping Jayme Closs don't know yet how they'll approach the case
  • Proposal would make first time drunk driving a criminal offense in Wisconsin