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Senior standout signs national letter of intent roughly nine months after he won WIAA Division 2 state championship at 182 pounds... [Read More]
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The Packers' ability to stick a healthy Kevin King in one spot and let the cornerback cover whichever receiver comes his way is invaluable. [Read More]
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Jimmy Graham will try to play with broken thumb; Mike Daniels is out for beat-up Packers. [Read More]
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There are a few options to enjoy a meal on Thanksgiving in the Marshfield area. [Read More]
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Linebacker James Crawford joined Packers safety Josh Jones on Clubhouse Live. [Read More]
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Talking 25 years of brewing and selling beer with New Glarus Brewing owners Deb and Dan Carey. [Read More]
A 22-year-old Marshfield man was in good condition after being separated from his hunting party. [Read More]
Women's hockey wins and ties, swimmers top 17 events, men's hockey skates over Marian, three shoot in double figures in women's basketball win... [Read More]
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Central Wisconsin-area prep athletes were in action on Friday... [Read More]
The Main Street Holiday Parade was held Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018, in downtown Marshfield. [Read More]
Families announce babies born at Marshfield Medical Center, and at Aspirus Riverview Hospital. [Read More]
Officers said they heard arguing and a 33-year-old man saying he had a gun to his head. [Read More]
Three Wildcat fumbles led to two touchdowns for Black Hawk. [Read More]
The Edgar football team lost three fumbles and committed seven penalties in a 22-15 WIAA D7 championship game loss to Black Hawk. [Read More]
Republicans are considering using their lame-duck session to help keep a conservative on the state Supreme Court. [Read More]
We're seeking your nominations for the local 2018 People of the Year. [Read More]
Marathon County Crime Stoppers is attempting to determine who was involved in two different incidents in the town of Bern. [Read More]
Schools in the Marshfield area reflected statewide results, with most considered to have met or exceeded state academic expectations last year. [Read More]
Stratford decided to try to convert fourth downs six times in its WIAA D5 football title game. The results were both positive and negative. [Read More]
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