January 2019 Jefferson Award Honoree: Jamie Fisher

WAUSAU (WAOW) — A Kronenwetter woman gives kids a place to dream. For her volunteer efforts Jamie Fisher is recognized with a Jefferson Award. Jamie Fisher organized the Beds for

September 2017 Jefferson Award: Arnie Heil

WAUSAU (WAOW) – For 25 years, a Wausau man has volunteered for Wausau Metro Area Special Olympics, a group that provides year-round sports training for athletes with disabilities. For that dedication, Arnie Heil received the September Jefferson Award.

April 2017 Jefferson Award Winner: David Woods

WAUSAU (WAOW) – A Wausau man has turned his love of dogs into a way to volunteer and help hundreds of people across central Wisconsin find missing pets. For those efforts working with Lost Dogs of Wisconsin, David Woods is recognized with a Jefferson Award.

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The cold lingers, snow likely Monday night and Tuesday

The cold lingers, snow likely Monday night and Tuesday

Tonight: Clear to partly cloudy, lake-effect snow showers or flurries possible far-north.  Cold. Low: 4 below, wind chills down to

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