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    Ocean Spray Shoots Cranberry Commercial in Warrens

    WARRENS, Wis. (AP) – Ocean Spray is shooting its signature cranberry commercial in central Wisconsin for the first time. Production crews, actors and Ocean Spray employees have been working to shoot a year’s worth of commercials in Warrens. The Massachusetts-based company only has a small timeframe to create all of the footage it will need since More >

    Wonewoc-Center School Board Certifies Tax Levy

    The Wonewoc-Center School Board certified their tax levy and budget at its monthly meeting on Monday. District Administrator Steve Lozeau said that the tax levy was set at $2.9 million and the mil rate for the district was set at $12.84. That’s down from last year’s mil rate of $13.15. The board also approved the More >

    Juneau County Health Department Working With Schools For Influenza Vaccines

    Influenza season will soon be upon us and the Juneau County Health Department is working with local school districts to give flu vaccines to students. Influenza is a contagious virus that may cause fever/chills, sore throat, muscle aches, fatigue, cough, headache, and a runny/stuffy nose. The Necedah, New Lisbon, Wonewoc-Center, Royall, Mauston, St. Paul’s and More >

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    Wausau’s Eastbay transports employees

    WAUSAU, Wis. (AP) – A Wausau company is literally going the extra mile to make sure it has enough help during the holiday shopping season. The sportswear company Eastbay is offering to transport employees who live as far as 45 minutes away in order to have adequate staffing during the holidays. Eastbay Distribution Center recruiting supervisor More >

    Wisconsin Rapids shooting death trial continues

    WISCONSIN RAPIDS, Wis. (AP) – The daughter of a Wisconsin Rapids man accused of killing her ex-boyfriend has testified that she doesn’t remember having a key to the 35-year-old shooting victim’s home. Daily Tribune Media ( ) reports several witnesses have testified that Jolynn Reinwand had a key to the home of Dale Meister. Police say More >

    Electronic waste recycler adding jobs, relocating

    LA CROSSE, Wis. (AP) – A La Crosse company that recycles electronic waste has plans to add 110 jobs and relocate. Dynamic Recycling human resources manager Alicia Von Haden says they are “bursting out the seams” at their current location due to increased customer demand. The company will spend $2 million to renovate the shuttered A.T.K. More >

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