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Geographically, Wausau is in the heart of Marathon County, which is in the heart of the state of Wisconsin. The name “Wausau” means “faraway place” or “a place which can be seen from far away” in the Chippewa language. The Wisconsin River runs through Wausau and has been a main reason for its growth. Some of the notable residents of the city through the years have included NFL players like Hall-of-Famers Elroy “Crazy Legs” Hirsch and Jim Otto, and QB Dave Krieg.

Population: 38426
Local Newspapers: Wausau Daily Herald
Local Sports Teams: Green Bay Packers (NFL)
Local Colleges: Northcentral Technical College

Zip Codes associated with wausau, wisconsin: 54401 54403
Towns/Cities near wausau, wisconsin : Schofield Rothschild Weston Kelly Brokaw Rib Mountain

Wausau News

The Langlade County Sheriff's Department is finally running at full staff, after two new deputy hires. Sheriff Mark Westen recently swore in both Josh Kraft and Chris Walter, bringing the ranks to 18 full-time deputies.

Wausau man sentenced on meth charges Monday, January 22

One of the suspects in a Wausau methamphetamine ring was sentenced to seven years in prison and four years' probation for his role. Judge James D Peterson handed down the sentence to Tou Yong Yee Xiong Friday for charges of possessing methamphetamine with intent to distribute and possessing a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking offense.

Salmonella outbreak reported at WI sandwich shops Sunday, January 21

The state Department of Health Services reports that five cases of salmonella have been linked to sprouts in Wisconsin. In each case the Department of Health says the infected sprouts were consumed in mid-December, which aligns with similar outbreaks in other states.

290lbs of Marijuana Seized Following Arrests of a Tomahawk Man and...

The Department of Criminal Investigation and the Marathon County Special Investigations Unit asked the State Patrol to stop two vehicles that were suspected to transporting a large amount of illegal contraband. Many law enforcement personal attempted to stop a GMC Yukon and the Subaru Forester near Osseo.

2nd Annual Merrill Community New Year Ride to host Germain benefit

Beginning at noon on Saturday, DAT Bar of Merrill and the Merrill Community New Year Ride will host the Flip Off Cancer: Round 2 Benefit in support of Anne Germain of Merrill. A full day of events is planned, beginning with a Chili Cook-Off and Snowmobile Show/Contest at noon.

Former deputy accused of unauthorized charges to deputies association

The former treasurer of the Dane County Deputy Sheriff's Association faces theft charges after investigators say he stole up to $10,000 from the group. Joel M. Wagner, a former Dane County sheriff's deputy, faces at total of eight felony charges, including theft of movable property between $2,500-$5,000, six counts of unauthorized use of an entity's identifying information, and theft by false representation of between $5,000 and $10,000, according to a complaint filed with Dane County Court.

Wausau School Board to interview 3 superintendent hopefuls

Three experienced administrators from Wisconsin schools will be interviewed for the job as superintendent of the Wausau School District, School Board President Lance Trollop said Wednesday. --Annette M. Deuman, superintendent of Columbus School District.

Dead snowmobilers ID'ed Wednesday, January 17

PHILLIPS, WI The two men who died in a weekend snowmobile crash in Price County have been identified. They are 37-year-old Garrett Peterson of Wausau and 33-year-old Adam Wolf of Spencer.

Planning Commission OK's signage updates at Thom Field Tuesday, January 16

The Wausau School District's scoreboard and signage plan moved forward Tuesday when the city plan commission voted to move forward with ordnance updates to allow for new signs at Wausau's Thom Field. Wausau West Activities Director Patrick Galligan says recognition on the sign will be a way of thanking the sponsors that have made new video boards and scoreboards in the district's facilities possible.

Future of Sears Building to be revisited Wednesday Tuesday, January 16

The Economic Development Committee will meet Wednesday night to discuss the latest proposal to for the space, which is owned by the city. City Economic Development Director Chris Schock talked about the matter last Tuesday during the regular city council meeting, saying there had been positive momentum from the owners of the Wausau Center Mall, MICON, and "the potential developers who are interested."

DA: Wausau arson suspect "felt like burning something down"

Two men accused of burning down a Wausau East High School shed appeared in court Tuesday, both are charged with arson. William Ritchie, 22, and Jacob Kerswill, 19, lit the shed on fire last Wednesday , according to Marathon County Court records.

Proposal: Close Wisconsin Youth Prison Early

Governor Scott Walker is urging lawmakers to adopt his plan of closing the Lincoln Hills-Copper Lake juvenile facility this spring, rather than 18 months from now.

David W. Graebel Named Chairman Emeritus of Graebel Companies, Inc.

He had served as Chairman of the board of directors since founding the company in 1950. Dave is being succeeded as Chairman of the board of directors by his son, William Graebel, 56, SGMS, who continues to hold the position of Chief Executive Officer, a role he has held since 2007.

Cross country skiing, snowshoeing seasons begin at Nine Mile Monday, January 15

WAUSAU, WI With the new-fallen show, there's enough snow cover to open the Nine Mile Recreation Area for cross country skiing and snowshoeing. The Chalet at Nine Mile is open weekdays from 9am to 9pm, Saturdays from 8am to 9pm and Sundays from 8am to 5pm.

Wisconsin man explores life without modern comforts

In this undated photo, Sean Sullivan sits in his Wausau, Wis., apartment with some of the clothes he has made from hides, most of which he tanned himself. Sullivan's choice of fashion is distinctly frontier fur-trader style, with his homemade buck-skin fringed shirts, elk-skin pants, moccasins and dark beard reaching down to his chest.

Wausau mall GameStop to close this month

GameStop in the Wausau Center Mall is set to close later this month, according to an employee from the store.

Child sex-assault suspect still missing Friday, January 12

WAUSAU, WI A Wausau man accused of sexually assaulting a child at his wife's daycare did not show up for a Friday court hearing. It was the second time 36-year-old Miguel Angel Ruiz was a no-show in court.

Fire Near Wausau East High SchoolWednesday, January 10WAUSAU, WI...

Wausau Police Lieutenant Nathan Cihlar tells WAOW Newsline 9 that the police and fire departments were notified of the fire around 6 am. Police officials say the shed that was burnt down was the same shed that was spray painted last week.

Council approves new developer for riverlife villages Tuesday, January 9

The Wausau city council voted 8-2 to allow Quantum Investments, a South Dakota company, to take over the financing for the downtown Riverlife Villages retail and residential development. Tuesday's vote comes after it was revealed that Quantum's President Michael Frantz was tied to the redevelopment of Green Bay's historic Hotel Northland in 2013.

Marijuana Dealer Gets Probation Monday, January 8

A 27-year-old Wausau woman was sentenced to seven years probation on Monday after she pled not guilty to four felony charges. That's according to Marathon County court records.

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