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Community shows off new visitors' kiosk in Hiles
HILES - Community members got together to celebrate some students' hard work Thursday afternoon. Students from Crandon High School built a visitors' kiosk in Hiles.

There was a ribbon cutting Thursday to announce that the kiosk is officially open. About 15 students built the kiosk.

It features community events, trail maps, and more for everyone to use.
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Northland Pines "Strong Women" exercise group turns "Red Nose Day" into benefit for Frederick Place
Dam reconstruction starts in Amherst
Polymer clay sculpture wins all-conference honors for Prentice High School senior
Merrill airport improvements could attract new businesses
Eagle River ranch to host farm-to-table breakfasts for charity
Republican National Committee to add staff in Wisconsin
Gov. Walker supports lawsuit over transgender bathroom rules
Pier d'Nort in high demand this time of year



Voter Identification likely to remain in effect for August primary
MADISON - Wisconsin voters will likely need to show an ID during the August primary.

A federal judge is hearing challenges to Wisconsin's voter identification law.

U.S. District Judge James Peterson says the rules for the August primary election will be the same as they were for the April presidential primary.
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Official: 19 people trapped by rising water in Kentucky cave
Wisconsin Democrats to debate eliminating superdelegates
Car accident kills Northland College student
Remains of Mequon woman missing since November identified
Wisconsin among states suing over transgender directive
Unemployment rates drop in Wisconsin cities but increase in 3 northern counties
Protests start ahead of McDonald's shareholders' meeting



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