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Mr. Slim Goodbody visits Mosinee Elementary

Perhaps you remember him from when you were growing up. Mr. Slim Goodbody, the man who promoted healthy living by showing what's inside each and every one of us. More>>

Gas prices cause students to make creative spring break plans

Gas prices are making several UW Stevens Point Students rethink their getaway plans for Spring Break. But, there are a few students who found creative ways to get to their dream destination: Daytona Beach, More>>

Granton schools offer healthy breakfast with grant money

The fight against obesity is happening all over our county. But one area school has been recognized for their efforts to serve healthier options, and it has students flocking to the cafeteria for breakfast. More>>

A step forward for "Read to Lead" program

A senate committee has advanced a bill designed to change reading standards for elementary school students in Wisconsin. More>>

Parents react to elementary schools closing

Hundreds of D.C. Everest students will have to attend a new school next year. More>>

Marathon and Merrill leaders consider joint charter school

Leaders from two area school districts are considering whether a joint charter school could help ease budget issues. Marathon More>>

March is Red Cross Month

March is Red Cross Month, and leaders are hoping to bring in volunteers. More>>

Merrill School Board ratifies contracts, prevents layoffs

The Merrill School Board President says the board should be able to cancel tier three and tier four cuts at the end of the month. More>>

UW-Madison hosts national science tournament

The University of Wisconsin-Madison is hosting a national competition of science, technology, engineering and math this spring. More>>

Addressing bullying in local schools: What's being done

According to the American Justice Department, one in four students is bullied. That's why local schools are buckling down and implementing programs to stop bullies in their tracks. More>>

UW celebrates Darwin's birthday

The University of Wisconsin-Madison is in the middle of three-day birthday party for famous naturalist Charles Darwin. More>>

Nekoosa School District making cuts

The Nekoosa School District is forced with making tough cuts to staff... More>>

Area university on the cutting edge

An area university leads the way with new technology... More>>

Parents add more ideas for Merrill School Board

A group of parents brainstorm ways to trim the budget within the Merrill School District. The school board may need to cut nearly $3 million out of next year's budget. More>>

State celebrates technical colleges

Students at Wisconsin's 16 technical colleges learn skills that prepare them for life after high school. More>>

Some Rapids students want to ban using phones while driving

Some students at Wisconsin Rapids Junior High want to ban people from using their phones while they drive. Their plan is for everyone, not just teenagers. More>>

UW-Madison 8th in number of Peace Corps volunteers

The University of Wisconsin-Madison remains one of the most prolific colleges in terms of sending students and alumni on to the Peace Corps. More>>

February Tools for Schools Winner

Rhinelander High School Biology teacher Kay Coates is named February's Tools for Schools winner. More>>

UWSP offers prairie chicken watching

A University of Wisconsin campus will offer bird watchers a chance to observe prairie chickens' mating ritual this spring. More>>

Jury trial scheduled for sex assault case against former teacher's aide

A former Wausau teacher's aide accused of sexual assault will head to trial later this year. Bee Lor faces a count of first-degree sexual assault of a child. More>>

Class of the Week: Tomahawk Beat for Peace class

A special group of fifth graders at Tomahawk Elementary combine drumming with an important message and share it with their fellow classmates. More>>

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