WJJQ Night at WaWui Bingo

It's WJJQ Night at the SARA Park Activity Center for WaWui Bingo this Wednesday night. The doors open at 5:30 pm, cards on sale at 6:00 pm and the first of 15 games at 7:00 pm. The Big Q will be giving away WJJQ t-shirts and other prizes between games. The progressive jackpot will be at $5,100.00 in 60 numbers or less!

Nascar Challenge Continues

The Big Q's Nascar Challenge contest continues, with a chance to win a $25.00 gift card from Outboards Bar & Grill weekly, $50 in Chamber Bucks as the monthly prize or a chance to win a large screen TV as the grand prize from Tomahawk Appliance and Home.  All the contest information and entry available here:  Nascar Challenge

Fatal Boating Accident in Price County
Published on 08/16/2019 under News One person is dead after a boating accident in Price County yesterday morning. According to the news release, that accident happened on the Crowley Flowage portion of the North Fork Flambeau River in the Township of Lake. Officials say two people were thrown from the boat after it struck a submerged object. Bystanders were able to rescue one of the occupants. The second person, a 59 year old Franklin man, did not resurface. A search followed, and the man's body was later recovered. The man's name was not immediately released. The incident remains under investigation.
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Officials Investigating Pelican Shot in Land O'Lakes
Published on 08/16/2019 under News Officials are seeking information on individuals responsible for shooting a pelican in Land O'Lakes last month. Wild Instincts animal rehabilitation shared that information via social media yesterday. They said back on July 27th witnesses observed an American white pelican get shot by someone on a pontoon boat on Mill Lake. As many as 10 shots were heard, at least three hit the pelican. Based on the resulting injuries, they had to euthanize the bird. WDNR Conservation Officer Tim Price is now asking for anyone with information about this incident to contact him or call the WDNR Tip LIne at 800-TIP-WDNR or 800-847-9367.
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Inaugural Northwoods Film Festival in Woodruff this Weekend
Published on 08/16/2019 under News Film fanatics of the Northwoods will experience variety of pictures at a new festival kicking off today. Over the next two days, the Northwoods Film Festival aims to showcase engaging and groundbreaking work in independent cinema while provide audiences the opportunity to see films not typically screened locally. Organizers have lined up 4 full length screenings as well as 4 short films. Executive Director Bess Donoghue says, "We are thrilled to announce a dynamic group of films in this year's lineup bringing together a variety of stories ranging from a Scottish country star and a charming romantic comedy to real-life accounts of courageous sustainable farmers and a daring female sailing team." The festival will be hosted at the Lakeland Cinema 6 in Woodruff. You can visit northwoodsfilmfestival.org for more information. Tickets are available for a short and full length feature or a bundle for the entire series. Full length features include: The Biggest Little Farm directed by John Chester; Maiden directed by Alex Holmes; Juliet, Naked directed by Jesse Peretz and Wild Rose directed by Tom Harper.
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Musky Anglers Converge in Eagle River
Published on 08/16/2019 under News Musky anglers are converging in Eagle River this weekend for a long running tournament. Starting today, the Eagle River Chamber and the Musky Clubs Alliance of Wisconsin will again host the National Championship Musky Open. This is the 34th year for the catch-and-release tournament. Based on the numbers the catch-and-release tournament is one of the largest in the country. Last year, they had 1,306 anglers participate. Those anglers boated 131 legal muskies over the weekend. Registration got underway yesterday and continues through Saturday morning. The tournament is headquartered at the Vilas County Fairgrounds.
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Tomahawk Titans' Season Comes to an end in Playoffs
Published on 08/12/2019 under Sports The Tomahawk Titans' season came to an end on Sunday in Altoona as they fell to the defending state champion Osseo Merchants by a score of 8-1. The game actually started on Saturday evening as the teams played two innings of scoreless baseball before the skies opened suspending the game. Action resumed on Sunday morning and the Titans stuck with the champs through five innings with the Merchants holding a 1-0 lead. Unfortunately, Osseo used 11 walks and a few timely hits to build their lead and end the season for Tomahawk. Cody Brietzke started on the mound for Tomahawk and pitched five innings allowing one run on two hits while striking out three. Jared Jarvensivu led the Titans at the plate going 2 for 4 with the lone Tomahawk RBI.
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Hatchet Football Season Starts on Tuesday
Published on 08/06/2019 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Football Team will hold their first practice of the 2019 season on Tuesday, August 6.  Tomahawk will compete in a scrimmage on Friday, August 16 at Athens High School at 4:00 pm.  Tomahawk will scrimmage against Athens, Colby and Wittenberg-Birnamwood. The Hatchet Girls Swimming Team will hold their first practice of the season on Tuesday, August 13.  The Hatchets first meet will be on Wednesday, August 21 at Colby High School at 5:30 pm. Tomahawk Hatchet Cross Country will begin their season on Monday, August 19 and the Hatchets will hold their annual Alumni Scrimmage on Saturday, August 24 at Bradley Park at 10:00 am. The Hatchet Volleyball Team also begins their season on Monday, August 19 with their first practice.  Tomahawk will have a scrimmage on Saturday, August 24 at Marshfield at 9:00 am. Northwoods 92-5, WJJQ and wjjq.com will have local sports updates and live coverage of the Hatchets all season long.
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Host Kwahamots Finish 4th in National Show Ski Championships
Published on 08/05/2019 under Sports Skiing on their home waters, the Kwahamots water ski team earned a fourth place finish in the National Show Ski Championships. Tomahawk hosted the Division 2 nationals participants from Wisconsin and several neighboring states over the weekend. It was the Hartwick Huskies of Manchester, Iowa who were crowned the champions in a tight field. Just 5 points separated the top three teams. Just behind that top grouping were the host Kwahamots. They were led by the barefooters and jumpers each earning second place finishes. The hosts also had the top score in dock and equipment personnel. Another Northwoods squad, the Plum Ski-ters of Sayner, finished just behind the Kwahamots in 5th place.In the individual events, separate from the show competition, the Kwahamots jump team earned a first place finish.
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