This anniversary of the 9/11 attacks feels different, at least that is what some students at Northland Lutheran High School are saying. Not only is it 20 years since the largest attack on U.S. soil, but it is the first time there are no longer American troops in Afghanistan.
For more than 150 years, people have been flocking to Marathon Park each summer for the annual Wisconsin Valley Fair. The 6-day event features food, entertainment, carnival rides, and agricultural exhibits.
The Wausau Policing Task Force has released a community survey to gather input and feedback from Wausau residents and visitors concerning attitudes towards and experiences with the Wausau Police Department.
We’ve all come a long way since the pandemic shook things up over a year ago. And as we recognize Mental Health Awareness month this May, we’re also recognizing how far we’ve come in putting our mental health high on the priority list.
More than 5,000 people are diagnosed with ALS every year, but you can have a hand in the research to finally find a cure. A campaign called "Drink One for Dane” raises money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association and ALS research. You can have a hand in making a different too, and it’s as simple as buying a cup of coffee.
GiGi's Playhouse, a Down syndrome organization with a location in Wausau, is on a mission to make the world a more accepting place for individuals of all abilities, by hosting the 2021 GiGiFIT Acceptance Challenge.