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Granite Peak’s new summer sunset chairlift rides are part of a bigger plan to attract people outside of ski season more

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The Wisconsin Valley Fair aims to break even this year with some major changes more

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FIRE Fitness Camp Weston is built around the concept of short, intense workouts more

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Voters will sift through an explosion of state, federal and local candidates in the Aug. 14 primary election more

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Across the street from Wausau Center mall, the Masonic Lodge sits unused and mostly unnoticed. But the large downtown space may soon be filled with coffee, tap beers and live music. more

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Former employees of Zhou’s Mongolian BBQ (in the mall) started a new restaurant on Stewart Ave. more

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There’s this popular video of lip syncing Wausau police officers. It’s an example of how departments everywhere are seriously reconnecting with their communities more

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New pizzeria fills local grab-and-go niche created when a longtime grocery store closed more

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Wausau School District’s new superintendent, Keith Hilts, plans on focusing on the whole student more

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It put a face on wage stagnation. Now Kim Manteuffel, Isis Hunter and Nathan Brown have found new jobs more

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The city of Wausau is now offering more days of free admission to city pools after a resident proposed making them all free admission, all the time. more

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Wausau looks to overhaul parking rules downtown — but whether it costs you more or less depends more

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Yes, it’s a thing (and with leagues!) and you’ll find it at Blades & Boards more

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The Wausau School Foundation is re-energizing itself as a booster to the district. And one of its first major project is to raise funds for the Wausau School Forest. more

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But Wausau’s Riverlife is the latest in a domino of development debacles for Mike Frantz more

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The east side restaurant and bar will close for renovation before reopening under new ownership more

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Stan Steckbauer’s compassion and instruction for 25 years at the Salvation Army’s Learning Center helped hundreds further their education and find jobs. When he retires this week, the program there will likely end. more

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Weston leaders approved pursuing a food truck rally, but its handling sheds light on some of the discontent with the village administrator more

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The Aging and Disability Resource Center’s new director, Jonette Arms, will use both personal and professional experience in an era when more people than ever before will need the agency’s services more

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Palms Supper Club under new ownership and manager more

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