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The 45th Slumberland American Birkebeiner kicks Off


Evers Won't Seek to Phase out Vouchers in Budget Plan


DNR Ready to Purchase 14,000 Acres in Iron County

Credit Card Security Breach with North Country Business Partners

Madeline Island Ice Road Opens to Public

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Report: Wisconsin Schools Behind US in Offering Breakfast


Wisconsin Nursing Homes Face Funding Shortfalls, Few Workers


Only 2 Small Northland Towns Have Primary Elections Tuesday

Jayme Closs and Family Send Thanks for Love and Support

Evers Wants More Money for Wells, Drinking Water Study

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Ashland Teachers Host Potluck for Previously Furloughed Government Workers


Delegates "Hopeful" as 34th Superior Days Kicks Off


20 Years in Prison for Defendant in Ashland Homicide


Deer Tests Positive for CWD in Forest County


Five Killed in Wisconsin Snowmobile Crashes in One Weekend
Gavin's Mission: A Teen's Message of Hope
Dad of Accused Killer, Kidnapper Asks for Prayers for Jayme Closs
Patterson Waives Hearing in Abduction, Murder Case
Wisconsin, UP Receive $28 Million to Fix Roads from June Storms
Bewley, Unions File 3rd Lame-Duck Lawsuit in Wisconsin
Former NW Wis. Teacher to Attend State of the Union
Experts: Extreme Cold can Kill Emerald Ash Borer
Ashland Man Charged with Three Felonies For Alleged Sexual Activity with Child
Sports Anglers Concerned About New Lake Superior Agreement
Evers Promises Clean Drinking Water for Wisconsin
Douglas Co. DA: No New Patterson Charges in 'Immediate Future'
Wisconsin's nearly 400 nursing facilities are in crisis due to a shortage of workers and the state's low Medicaid reimbursement rate.

Wisconsin Nursing Homes Face Funding Shortfalls, Few Workers


Ice Dams Affecting Homes Across the Northland
Possible Remains of Superior Man Found in Beltrami Co. Fire Pit
Delegates "Hopeful" as 34th Superior Days Kicks Off
Scholarship Presented to UWS for Transportation & Logistics Students
Malfunctioning Ship Horn Sounds for More than an Hour
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is keeping two environmental panels intact after pushback from Republicans.

Whitmer Keeps 2 Environmental Panels Intact


Minnesota, Michigan Join Lawsuit Against Trump's National Emergency
Michigan Lawmakers May Forgive Snow Days after Frigid Temps
Sheriff: Man Accidentally Fires Gun Inside Ironwood Walmart
New Coalition Backs Plan for Keeping Carp out of Great Lakes
Whitmer State of State: Roads, Education are 'Crisis' Problems
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