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Geographically, Wausau is in the heart of Marathon County, which is in the heart of the state of Wisconsin. The name â€œWausauâ€ means â€œfaraway placeâ€ or â€œa place which can be seen from far awayâ€ 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 â€œCrazy Legsâ€ Hirsch and Jim Otto, and QB Dave Krieg.
Local Newspapers: Wausau Daily Herald
Local Sports Teams: Green Bay Packers (NFL)
Local Colleges: Northcentral Technical College
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Towns/Cities near wausau, wisconsin : Schofield Rothschild Weston Kelly Brokaw Rib Mountain
Wausau School Board Discusses Additional Policy Changes Monday, November 12
WAUSAU, WI -- The Wausau Board of Education may make changes to the Code of Student Conduct and the transfer policy. The Wausau School District Policy, Resolution, and Legislation committee of the whole will be having additional meetings to change their code of student conduct policy.Cornelia G. Winchell
Cornelia was born April 16, 1923, in Tomahawk, daughter of the late Theodor and Agnes Amelse. She married Stillman E. Winchell on July 12, 1940 in Tomahawk.John McCutcheon
Showtime is 7 p.m. Tickets are $25, available in advance at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3383285 . The Center Church Parish House is located at 311 Temple St., directly behind the New Haven Free Public Library.Hiring of workers with disabilities attracts attention in tight labor market
Hiring of workers with disabilities attracts attention in tight labor market Companies like Festival Foods have been long-time supporters of hiring disabled employees, and some others are following suit. Check out this story on greenbaypressgazette.com: https://www.greenbaypressgazette.com/story/money/2018/11/12/jobs-near-me-focus-grows-disabled-hiring-tight-labor-market/1591424002/ More frequently, employers around the state and nation are looking at the skills those workers bring to jobs ranging from bagging groceries to upper management at financial institutions.Mayors Monday: Wausau's Robert Mielke Monday, November 12
WAUSAU, WI -- Wausau Mayor Robert Mielke is putting out the call for anyone who wants to see a downtown dog park to come to life, encouraging them to serve on a special committee the city is putting together. The committee will be assembled this winter with the goal of finding realistic funding options to make the park happen.Closure of McIndoe St. Moves One Step Further Thursday, November 8
WAUSAU, WI -- The vacating and discontinuing of McIndoe Street for the YMCA and Aspirus expansion project moved one step closer to be finalized. The City of Wausau's Capital Improvements and Street Maintenance Committee , held a public hearing on Thursday evening to learn the comments and concerns of the public regarding the closure of McIndoe Street.Samuels Group to insulate Riverlife foundations for the winter Wednesday, November 7
WAUSAU, WI -- Wausau's Finance Committee approved protective measures for the Riverlife development foundations during a special meeting on Wednesday. Committee members approved contracting with Samuels Group for $25,000 to complete the work sometime in the next two weeks, which Eric Lindman says is designed to protect the foundations for whoever picks up the project.USS Indianapolis survivor coming to Central Wisconsin Tuesday, November 6
Richard Thelen, one of just 14 remaining survivors from the sinking of the USS Indianapolis, will hold four programs in Wausau and Edgar this week thanks to the efforts of Edgar Elementary fifth-grade teacher Colin Hanson. "We are very fortunate with Veterans Day coming up, and having a World War II story.Graffiti concerns in Wausau Tuesday, November 6
Graffiti has been spotted around Wausau. The red markings can been seen in Marathon Park, along the Scott Street Bridge and on the side of Hmong Eggroll Restaurant.Wisconsin DNR: Bear kill down in 2018
The Department of Natural Resources says preliminary registration numbers show hunters killed 3,685 bears during the 2018 season, down 11 percent from 4,136 in 2017. DNR officials say the reduced harvest was expected since the agency reduced the quota in three of the state's four bear management zones to boost the population.Wausau Metro Ride to offer free rides on election day Monday, November 5
Wausau's City Council members take a ride on a Metro Ride bus during a bus tour. PHOTO by Zach Hagenbucher, A© 2016 Midwest Communications WAUSAU, WI -- Wausau's Metro Ride bus service will be operating free of charge Tuesday, eliminating one obstacle to get residents to the polls for the mid-term election.Uniform Address project to pause later this month Monday, November 5
WAUSAU, WI -- At least a dozen Marathon County Towns scheduled to receive new addresses as part of the county's Uniform Addressing program will have to wait until next year. County planning and zoning officials announced on Friday that the project will pause once the ground is frozen and crews can no longer pound posts in the ground.Administrator Resigns from Wausau School District Sunday, November 4
WAUSAU, WI -- Wausau School's Director of Human Resources and Employee Relations has resigned following a citation for soliciting prostitution The Wausau School District released a statement Sunday morning saying that Dr. Michael Schwei sent in his letter of resignation on Saturday, November 3rd, 2018. His resignation was submitted following an investigation by the district for the citation he received from the Rothschild Police Department for soliciting prostitution.Wisconsin woman discusses alcohol addiction, recovery
Ashley Lange is interviewed by USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin's reporter Mitch Skurzewki Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018, at her house in Wausau, Wis.Wausau School District confirms administrator arrested for prostitution charges Thursday, November 1
WAUSAU, WI -- Officials with the Wausau School District have confirmed that director of Human Resources and Employee Relations Michael Schwei was involved in a recent prostitution sting set up by the Rothschild Police Department. District Communications Director Amy Arlen said in an email to WSAU News they have confirmed that Schwei was cited last weekend for soliciting a prostitute after responding to a fake ad posted by the department online.Wausau River District Holiday Open Houses Thursday, November 1
WAUSAU, WI -- Wausau's River District is holding two different open house events to kick off the holiday shopping season. Halloween's over meaning the holiday shopping season is just around the corner.Man wanted in Central Wisconsin arrested in Florida Thursday, November 1
TAMPA, FL -- A man wanted in both Marathon and Lincoln counties for the last five-plus years was arrested in Florida in mid-October after it was discovered that he was operating as a contractor without a license. James Edward Hanko was taken into custody on October 16th after an undercover officer with the Hillsborough County Sheriff's office responded to one of Hanko's Craigslist ads.
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