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About: wausau, wisconsin

Geographically, Wausau is in the heart of Marathon County, which is in the heart of the state of Wisconsin. The name “Wausau” means “faraway place” or “a place which can be seen from far away” in the Chippewa language. The Wisconsin River runs through Wausau and has been a main reason for its growth. Some of the notable residents of the city through the years have included NFL players like Hall-of-Famers Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch and Jim Otto, and QB Dave Krieg.

Population: 38426
Local Newspapers: Wausau Daily Herald
Local Sports Teams: Green Bay Packers (NFL)
Local Colleges: Northcentral Technical College

Zip Codes associated with wausau, wisconsin: 54401 54403
Towns/Cities near wausau, wisconsin : Schofield Rothschild Weston Kelly Brokaw Rib Mountain

Wausau News
Walker to sign mining bill in Rhinelander Sunday, December 10

Governor Scott Walker will be in Rhinelander on Monday to signs a bill rolling back some mining regulation that he helped put in place back in 1998. The "Mine for America" bill helps relieve companies of some burdens related to sulfide mining.

Body found near NTC Alternative High School Friday, December 8

WAUSAU, WI A body was found near the Northcentral Technical College Alternative High School on Wausau's west side. The elderly man's remains were discovered around 9:30am Friday.

DOT: Time to remember winter driving skills Thursday, December 7

The first blast of winter is set to hit areas of southern Wisconsin on Friday, and the state Department of Transportation is using that to remind folks that driving in the snow isn't quite the same. With snowfall already affecting parts of northern Wisconsin, flurries are expected to spread Friday afternoon to the southern and eastern parts of the state with higher amounts toward Lake Michigan.

Hotspots at warehouse fire site Thursday, December 7

WAUSAU, WI Hotspots are flaring up at the scene of a warehouse fire in Wausau Thursday. Firefighters were called back to the scene at 1212 West Street around noontime.

Wausau man back in court for Insurance Fraud charges Thursday, December 7

A Wausau man accused of lying to police about having hundreds of thousands of dollars in sports memorabilia stolen from him is scheduled to be back in court Thursday. Preliminary hearings in the case of Wisconsin vs Kurt A Grey were held in Marathon County court today, facing various counts of lying to officers, insurance fraud, intentional damage to property, criminal trespassing, and bail jumping.

Walker signs three bills in Wausau Wednesday, December 6

With the buzz of Applied Fab and Machining in the background, Governor Scott Walker inked three bills into law aimed at making Wisconsin and even more Veteran-friendly state. "[This] legislation does even more for our Veterans in the state of Wisconsin.

Meridian Waste Solutions plans biomass processing facility

Meridian Waste Solutions Inc. , a nonhazardous solid waste services company headquartered in Atlanta, has announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Attis Innovations , Atlanta, has initiated commercialization plans for it first biomass processing facility. Attis will immediately begin feedstock evaluation and assess potential locations for commercial scale operations.

New documentary shows life for Marathon Co teens Tuesday, December 5

That's the theme of a new film featuring students from all across Marathon County that premiered in Wausau Tuesday morning. Drug Free Communities Program Coordinator Melissa Moore says students volunteered to work with filmmaker Laura Hunt to tell their stories of perseverance though several pitfalls.

Drury retiring after 32 years of service to city of Merrill

On Friday, Dec. 8, at 3 p.m., Battalion Chief Mike Drury will walk out the door of the Merrill Fire Station for the last time after a 32 year career with the City of Merrill. Drury started his career with the City of Merrill as a firefighter/EMT in March of 1986.

Annual holiday parade rolls through Wausau

Because of a significant increase in float entries, the parade took nearly two hours to travel from Marathon Park to the 400 block Friday evening. "This year we have 99 floats and that is about 20 to 27 more than we had last year.

Marathon Co. courtroom dedicated to March 22 shooting victim

A courtroom in Marathon County has been dedicated to one of the four victims killed during the March 22 shooting rampage in the greater Wausau area. Sara Quirt Sann was the divorce attorney of the gunman's wife and was killed in her Schofield law office.

'Not guilty' plea in stabbing Friday, December 1

WAUSAU, WI A Wausau man pleaded 'not guilty' Friday to stabbing a man he was once romantically involved with. 25-year-old Aidan Dobbe is charged with attempted first-degree intentional homicide involving domestic abuse in the September 24 incident outside Malarkey's Pub in downtown Wausau that injured a 23-year-old man.

traveling trails less traveled

Without a doubt, the traditional November gun deer season is the most cherished hunting season Wisconsin hunters look forward to, a feeling I've shared since the 1940s. At age six, my introduction to this annual event began in 1943 when my dad decided I was old enough to spend time in the Anderson/Jorgensen Deer Camp, an institution that he founded in Vilas County in 1938.

Heated public meeting in Wausau over Thomas St.

The city of Wausau held a public meeting Wednesday night to discuss phase two of construction on Thomas Street. Several dozen people packed city hall in what turned into a heated meeting.

Teen arrested after gas station burglary Tuesday, November 28

WAUSAU, WI A 14-year-old male was arrested early Tuesday morning after a break-in at a gas station on Wausau's west side. Wausau PD reports the break-in happened around 1am at the Fast Break Mobil on Thomas Street.

Missing inmate recaptured Tuesday, November 28

She did not return later that day. Wausau police received a tip about her whereabouts 48 hours later and re-arrested her on Wausau's east side.

Bullet found at school parking lot Monday, November 27

WAUSAU, WI A bullet was found by a student in the parking lot of St. Anne's Elementary School on Monday. There is no evidence that there was a gun on school property.

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