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School referendum vote looming in the Northwoods

District officials are hosting informational meetings about a new referendum for Northland Pines School District to be voted on February 19.

Slippery Roads

A few inches of snow and rain are expected this morning. News 9 wants to remind everyone to leave plenty of time for your morning commute.

United Way of Marathon County Interview

News 9 got a chance to talk to Jeff Sargent, Executive Director of the United Way of Marathon County. He and Josh talked about ways you can get involved not just during the holidays, but year round!

Merrill High School Vocal Jayz Choir performs at News 9

We’re so glad the Vocal Jayz Choir from Merrill High School made it in to perform on Wake Up Wisconsin. If you missed their full performance, you can check it out here! Everyone here at News 9 is thankful they could come in, and we hope everyone has a great holiday season!

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Wausau
Eagle River
Rhinelander
Stevens Point
Wisconsin Rapids
Marshfield
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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