from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A city of north-central Wisconsin west-northwest of Green Bay. Settled in 1839, it grew as a lumber town and now has diversified industries. Population: 38,400.
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- proper n. a city in north-central Wisconsin
- proper n. a town in north-central Wisconsin
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- n. a town in north central Wisconsin
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WAUSAU (WAOW) -- Friends and family gather in Wausau to honor the life of
"I don't think this election is about details," crowed Ron Johnson, the Tea Party-backed challenger to three-term Democratic Senator Russ Feingold, shortly after his opponent meticulously explained how the 2009 stimulus bill saved more than a million and a half jobs at their recent debate in Wausau, Wisconsin.
New ad: Rep.blicans are airing an ad in Rep. David Obey's district calling the Wausau Democrat the "architect" of President Barack Obama's out-of-control spending.
Burris called the Wausau police March 25, after the car had been sitting there for between six and nine months, he said.
On Friday, the tour held events in Green Bay, Rhinelander and Wausau.
"That's not something that makes us think he's liberal; supporting NPR funding is something he should just do," says Christine Bremer Muggli, a Wausau lawyer active in Democratic politics.
Mr. Duffy wrote an apologetic letter to the Wausau Daily Herald: "I said something foolish and it's not much more complicated than that."
In mid-March, Mr. Duffy was one of seven Republicans who opposed eliminating federal funding for National Public Radio, bringing him an angry call from Meg Ellefson, a stay-at-home mom who is a tea-party organizer in the district's largest city, Wausau.
But the specifics of this bill makes it different, according to a Wausau Daily Herald:
Faithful attached to the Extraordinary Form were in attendance from around the state from as far away as Wausau.