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    Blood Drive at Mile Bluff Medical Center August 3

    There is currently a critical need for blood donations due to the high demand during the summer.  Blood products are being distributed to hospitals faster than they are being donated.  Mile Bluff Medical Center and the BloodCenter of Wisconsin need your help! There will be an emergency blood drive that will be held at the More >

    New Lisbon Free and Reduce Lunch Information

    The New Lisbon School District has announced its policy for children unable to pay the full price of meals. Application forms are being sent to all homes with a notice to parents or guardians. To apply for free or reduced price meals or free milk, households must fill out the application and return it to More >

    Bobcat Harvest Quota to Increase for the 2017-18 Season

    The statewide harvest quota for bobcat has been approved and set at 750 for the 2017-18 seasons, which mark the fourth year of statewide bobcat harvest. Hunters and trappers successful in receiving a harvest permit for the 2017-18 season will be notified by mid-September. The quota of 750 bobcats includes both the Northern and Southern More >

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    Teen dead after accidental shooting in Waupaca County

    WAUPACA, Wis. (AP) — Sheriff’s officials say a 15-year-old boy has died in an accidental shooting in Waupaca County. Authorities say the shooting happened about 1 p.m. Wednesday in the Town of Farmington. The teen was shot in the shoulder with a .22 caliber firearm, but the circumstances have not been released. WLUK-TV ( ) reports More >

    State Dept. warns of possibly tainted alcohol in Mexico

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — The U.S. State Department is warning tourists going to Mexico about reports of tainted or substandard alcohol causing drinkers to become sick or pass out. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel ( ) recently reported about travelers becoming sick after drinking alcohol at Mexican resorts. In January, a 20-year-old Wisconsin woman vacationing in Mexico with More >

    Logging operations in Wisconsin try to recover from rain

    OCONTO, Wis. (AP) — Logging crews in northern Wisconsin are trying to make up for rainy weather that has slowed down their operations. Logging experts told WLUK-TV ( ) that it typically takes three or four days of dry weather for the ground to be parched enough for trucks to operate on logging roads. Wild Rivers More >

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