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    Be Safe Traveling This 4th of July Day Weekend

    It’s Independence Day weekend and many people will be on the roads traveling this week. WRJC Now 92one FM/SMASH Country 92.9 ask travelers to be safe this weekend and to share a few safety tips from Central Insurance Services: get a good night’s sleep, don’t use your cell phone while driving, be aware of the More >

    Annual Farmer’s Appreciation Dinner Hosted by the New Lisbon Area Chamber of Commerce

    The 2015 Farmer’s Appreciation Dinner was held Thursday June, 25, 2015 at the Hustler Exhibit Hall. There was a great turnout, and everyone enjoyed a delicious dinner catered by the Catering Cousins. Members of the Orange Mills 4-H group volunteered their help for the evening. The guest speaker was Jim Holte, President of the Wisconsin More >

    Wa Du Shuda Committee and LYNXX/Lemonweir Valley Telcom Present Checks to New Lisbon Fire Department for Wa Du Shuda Fireworks

    People come from miles around to watch the stunning fireworks display featured at Wa Du Shuda Days each year. This spectacular display is put on each year by generous donations and is brought to you by the New Lisbon Fire Department. They will take place on Saturday, July 11 at dusk. The New Lisbon Chamber More >

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    Jail sentence on hold while former sitcom actor appeals

    PORT WASHINGTON, Wis. (AP) — Jail time is on hold for former “Saved by the Bell” actor Dustin Diamond while he appeals his sentence for an altercation at a bar in Wisconsin. Diamond was supposed to begin serving a four-month sentence last weekend at county jail north of Milwaukee. On Thursday, a judge in Ozaukee More >

    Sargento Foods planning to expand in NE Wisconsin

    PLYMOUTH, Wis. (AP) — Sargento Foods is planning to invest $30 million in its facilities in northeastern Wisconsin and add 140 jobs. Sargento says it will build additional space for production, storage and employees at the Kiel plant. It will also double the size of its technical center in Elkhart Lake. The new jobs will More >

    University students urge transit bus drivers to return

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — Student government leaders at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Marquette University are urging Milwaukee County bus drivers and the transit system to come to terms on a labor agreement. The student leaders say a 2-day strike by bus drivers has impacted tens of thousands of students who need the bus to get More >

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