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SPOONER– More than 100 friends and families visited the Governor Tommy G. Thompson State Fish Hatchery on Saturday, Oct. 19, for the Adopt A Musky event.

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Did you know people can monitor you through your phone? The FTC’s settlement with Retina-X Studios marks the agency’s first case against “stalking apps” or “stalkerware” – spyware that secretly monitors another person’s smartphone.

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Roughly 43 years ago, wildlife biologists detected evidence of breeding wolves in the state for the first time in decades. At that time, wolves had been considered extirpated from the state since 1960, and the only gray wolves remaining in the lower 48 were found in northeastern Minnesota. T…

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SPOONER– The annual Jack O’ Lantern Festival will take place in downtown Spooner on Saturday, Oct. 19, with the Main Tent located in the city parking lot one block west of Hwy. 63, along Walnut Street.

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Approximately 150 soldiers from the Wisconsin Army National Guard’s 829th Engineer Vertical Construction Company, headquartered in Spooner, with a detachment in Ashland, are deploying to Afghanistan this week. The 829th will mobilize to U.S. Central Command as a versatile construction elemen…

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MADISON— Gov. Tony Evers has endorsed the water quality recommendations of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection, and the Department of Health Services.

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CUMBERLAND– An incident where a man refused deputies' commands to drop his gun after allegedly making suicidal comments was resolved peacefully on Thursday, Oct. 17.

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Healthcare continues to be a dominant part of Wisconsin's economy and the position of registered nurse is ranked third on a list of so-called "hot jobs" by the Department of Workforce Development.

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The business of craft distilling is growing in Wisconsin and in some communities, Wisconsin-made vodka, whiskey and other spirits are becoming a crucial part of a marketing pitch to tourists.