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Man Airlifted Following ATV Rollover in Lincoln County
Published on 05/29/2017 under News One person was seriously injured in an ATV crash in Lincoln County yesterday afternoon. According to the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office, that crash happened on a trail off of Cinder Road in Harrison at just after 3pm. The investigation showed the ATV was traveling west on the trail when the operator lost control and was ejected from the machine. The ATV then rolled on top of the operator. The driver was airlifted to Aspirus Hospital for treatment of undisclosed injuries. The driver's condition was not updated. The Sheriff's Office noted that the operator was not wearing a helmet. They said the crash remains under investigation and speed appears to be the main contributing factor.
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Man Injured in ATV/UTV Crash in Lincoln County
Published on 05/29/2017 under News One man was injured in an ATV crash in Harrison yesterday morning. The Sheriff's Office says that crash involved an ATV and UTV at just before 11am. The machines were both operating on a trail south of Gouda Road. The initial investigation showed that a northbound ATV struck the southbound UTV head on. Both the operator and passenger of the ATV were thrown from the machine and into the windshield of the UTV. The operator of the ATV sustained non-life threatening injuries while the passenger was not injured. Both were wearing helmets. The occupants of the UTV were both wearing seat belts and were uninjured. The Sheriff's Office noted that the driver of the ATV will be cited for operating in a careless manner.
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Former Packer Working on Honor Flight Documentary
Published on 05/29/2017 under News GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — A former Green Bay Packers offensive lineman is getting involved with an honor flight group to honor Vietnam veterans. USA Today Network-Wisconsin reports that Jerry Kramer went to Washington, D.C. with Vietnam veterans on the Wausau-based Never Forgotten Honor Flight Trip. The group visited the monuments and memorials in the city while filming a documentary about the trip. Kramer says he remembers a friend who served in the war who was spit on when he returned home. He says the trip was an attempt to honor the veterans in a way they weren't honor when they returned home from the war. Kramer says he hopes the trip helped them heal. The documentary will be released in December.
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Two Antigo Students Runners Up in State Park Admission Sticker Design
Published on 05/29/2017 under News A pair of Antigo High School students received honorable mention for a statewide contest to design the 2018 State Park Admission Stickers. This is the 27th year a Wisconsin high school student has drawn the Wisconsin State Park admission sticker. According to the DNR announcement, the winning design, a sunset behind a tent at a lakeside campsite, was created by Carly Rishel from Cedarburg High School. The winning design will appear on the approximately 265,000 stickers displayed annually on park going vehicles. Two Antigo students were among the ten finalists. Kristi Hohensee for her design of a Great Lakes lighthouse and Nick Marshall for his portrait of a common loon dancing on the water. The vehicle admission stickers provide access to more than 60 state park, forest and recreation area properties across Wisconsin. The 2018 stickers will become available in December.
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Tomahawk Hatchet Softball Team Loses in Regional Final
Published on 05/29/2017 under Sports Tomahawk Hatchet Softball Team traveled to Weyauwega Fremont on Friday for a WIAA Regional Final matchup, with the Hatchets loses 2-0.  The game was tied 0-0 in the bottom of the sixth, and Weyauwega Fremont got a two run home run.  The Hatchets had three hits and left four on base, while Weyauwega Fremont had two runs, four hits, one error and two left on. Rachel Dallman took the loss for Tomahawk, going 6 innings, 6 K's, No walks, 4 hits allowed. Leading Hitters: Katy Volz, Rachel Dallman and Danielle Kurth went 1 - 3. Tomahawk ends their 2017 season with an Overall Record of 14 - 4.
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Tomahawk Softball Team Plays for Regional Title
Published on 05/26/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Softball Team has advanced to WIAA Regional Final action and on Friday, the Hatchets will travel to Weyauwega Fremont. The Hatchets are the #3 seed, while Weyauwega Fremont is the #2 seed.  The opening pitch is at 3:30 pm, with the winner advancing to the WIAA Sectional Final on Tuesday, against the winner of the Oconto / Peshtigo matchup.
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Tomahawk Baseball Team's Season Ends in Regional Play
Published on 05/26/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Baseball Team traveled to Medford on Thursday for WIAA Regional play.  The fourth seeded Raiders defeated the fifth seeded Hatchet 2-1. Jakob Kahle hit a double and scored a run for the Hatchets.  Also at the plate, Matt Bartz was 1-2 with an RBI and Justin Jarvensivu, Nick Baacke, and Garrett Schulz added hits. Eli Wurl and Brett Gerber shared the pitching duties.
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