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RelyLocal Wausau Newsletter for May 29, 2013

The Memorial Day weekend may be the official start of summer, but you know that summer is hear when lawn chairs populate the 400 block and music can be heard emanating from the downtown square. The first big event of the summer is Frontier Fest this Friday, May 30, starting …

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RelyLocal Wausau Newsletter for May 1, 2014

Happy May Day! This last week has been pretty hard, with all the rain, wind, and cooler temps. I think I’m starting to grow moss, and I know I’m not the only one itching to get outside, clean up the lawn and garden, and usher in the warm sunny spring …


Our Stories: The History of Marathon County

Grand Opening of Our Stories: The History of Marathon County After two years of planning and thousands of hours of work, Marathon County Historical Society’s permanent exhibit is set for a grand opening celebration. Visitors will are invited to see how the stories of Marathon County’s people echo throughout the …

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A Look at the Gettysburg Address at 150 Years Old

Dr. Brett Barker, history professor at the University of Wisconsin—Marathon County, celebrates the 150th anniversary of one of the world’s most recognized speeches. Barker’s speech, A Few Appropriate Remarks: The Gettysburg Address at 150, set for Saturday, November 16 at 2:00 at the Woodson History Center in Wausau, is part …


RelyLocal Wausau Newsletter for October 10, 2013

Golfers are still on the course, lawns are green and growing, and gardens are producing. Traditionally Indian Summer is supposed to be the stretch of warm days that happen after a cold, killing frost. I don’t know about you, but I haven’t seen a hard frost yet. It does look …

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