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NEWS HEADLINES
Warming Northwoods temperatures, streams could damage trout populations   05/29/2015
A warming climate could have significant impacts on Northwoods streams. Warming streams, in turn, could put pressure on trout populations in those waterways.
Unique easement protects Forest County farmland, fields, wetlands, historic buildings   05/29/2015
Liz Wywialowski gets a certain feeling when she comes back to her old family farm near Armstrong Creek.
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Students at White Lake School learn about invasive species   05/29/2015
Students in White Lake spent the day outside of the classroom learning about invasive species today.
Merrill police donate car   05/29/2015
A Merrill public safety center can now use a new patrol car for training.
Northwoods coach faces drug and sex charges    05/29/2015
The 57 year old wrestling coach, Joseph Fitzpatrick is charged with sexual assault of a minor and delivering drugs to several students
Three Lakes Town Board will pay to keep Laurel Lake Campground open   05/29/2015
11 campgrounds in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest closed this year after the U.S. Forest Service reduced its funding and services.
Finance committee votes to eliminate DNR positions    05/29/2015
The Legislature's finance committee has adopted Republican Gov. Scott Walker's plan to eliminate 80 positions within the state Department of Natural Resources, including more than half of the researchers in the agency's science bureau.
Committee rejects Walker plan to freeze land buys    05/29/2015
Wisconsin lawmakers have rejected Republican Gov. Scott Walker's plan to block the state Department of Natural Resources from purchasing any land through its stewardship program for at least the next 13 years.
Northwoods business uses social media to show more people a view from above   05/29/2015
One Northwoods business gives people a bird's eye view.
UW budget cuts expected to be $250 million   05/29/2015
The Legislature's budget-writing committee plans to reduce Gov. Scott Walker's proposed $300 million cut to the University of Wisconsin System by $50 million.


SPORTS HEADLINES
Rhinelander senior Bryce White enjoyed a special year in athletics and music   05/29/2015
He'll head to Nashville instead of going to college
Lakeland's Geiger makes clean sweep of golf season   05/29/2015
First annual UTV & ATV World Championship Derby coming to Eagle River   05/27/2015
Mosinee baseball team hanging on to first place   05/22/2015