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Red Door Galleria focuses on healing through art Read more

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With an $80 million wastewater treatment project on the horizon, Wausau is suing the DNR over its strict new phosphorus pollution rules. Meanwhile, little has been done to regulate the main culprit: agriculture Read more

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The Wausau Nordic Ski Club is looking into making snow at Nine Mile Forest Read more

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This year marks the 100th anniversary of Janke Book Store Read more

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“Gynocracy” and “whiney bitches” are just some of the insults local women lawmakers have to endure Read more

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First it was a lack of snow, then bitter temperatures that messed with Wausau area events, schools, businesses and even the mail Read more

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Essential Massage and Wellness Center opened in the Dudley Tower, and its aromatherapy is wafting through the building. Read more

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Meet Yauo Yang, a war veteran who founded probably the most diverse church in Wausau. Read more

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GOP lawmakers announce in Wausau their proposed $340 million middle class tax cut Read more

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Since becoming full owners, Mitch and Lori Meurette have made subtle but fresh changes to the iconic Peking Restaurant. Read more

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Granite Peak’s expansion plan could be approved by the DNR this year. But the active movement against it might gain an ally from Minnesota Read more

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Newly elected Gov. Tony Evers visited Wausau to highlight the need for better roads Read more

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Wausau Conservatory of Music launches recreational group piano lessons – aiming at a wider audience by making them fun Read more

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Diagnosed with terminal stomach cancer, Wisconsin Public Radio’s Glen Moberg lays out his life and career Read more

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The capital city of Yucatán is rich in history and culture, and a home base for touring nearby Mayan ruins Read more

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The Connections Place is no longer in the works... for now Read more

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City property tax increase turns out more than double what they expected Read more

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Miniature railroading is more than a hobby. It’s a deeply creative, socially bonding labor of love. Read more

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401 Flow Yoga opens in the former Community Soul Yoga studio Read more

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Recent farm data puts a sobering spin on the Historical Society’s exhibit Milking Time Read more

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