Wausau, Wisconsin

What is Wausau, Wisconsin known for?


games gold

player http: www.pro-football-reference.com players L LiteGr20.htm *Paul A. Luedtke, Wisconsin State Assemblyman *Barbara K. MacDonald, musician, half of the duo Timbuk 3 *Sue R. Magnuson, Wisconsin State Assemblywoman *Mike Manley (Mike Manley (athlete)), Olympic athlete, Pan American Games gold medalist *Nicole Manske, host of ''NASCAR Now'' and ''The Speed Report'' *Herbert H. Manson, chairman of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin


service show

. He migrated to Internet kiosk technology and began work full-time in self-service interactive terminals at age 19. Larson also spent several years in the field of digital signage systems. Larson was inducted into the Kiosk and Self-Service Hall of Fame at age 28. He was the founder of KIOSK Magazine, the KIOSK Awards, and the Kiosk and Self-Service Show. thumb The Alexander Stewart House in Washington, D.C. (File:Embassy of Luxembourg in Washington, D.C..JPG), now serves as the Embassy of Luxembourg (Embassy of Luxembourg in Washington, D.C.). '''Alexander Stewart''' (September 13, 1829 – May 24, 1912) was a member of the United States House of Representatives for Wisconsin from 1895 to 1901. He was born in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada and moved to Wausau, Wisconsin, where he became involved in the lumber industry. Stewart died in Washington, D.C. and was buried in the Pine Grove Cemetery in Wausau. The origninal WIS 16 followed present day WIS 29 (Wisconsin Highway 29) from Chippewa Falls (Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin) to Green Bay (Green Bay, Wisconsin) via Wausau (Wausau, Wisconsin) and Shawano (Shawano, Wisconsin). The route then followed a route that would become US 141 (U.S. Route 141 in Wisconsin) to Manitowoc (Manitowoc, Wisconsin) where it ended at then WIS 17 (present day WIS 42 (Wisconsin Highway 42)). *Mascoutin Valley State Trail, in northeastern Wisconsin; operated by Oconto County (Oconto County, Wisconsin) - 17 Wausau (Wausau, Wisconsin) 39,106 38,426 City (Political_subdivisions_of_Wisconsin#City) Marathon (Marathon County, Wisconsin) - thumb Michael A. Stackpole (File:Michael A Stackpole at Dragon Con 2007.jpg) '''Michael A. Stackpole (w:Michael A. Stackpole)''' (born 1957) is a science fiction (w:science fiction) author (w:author) best known for his ''Star Wars'' and ''Battletech (w:Battletech)'' books. He was born in Wausau, Wisconsin (w:Wausau, Wisconsin), but raised in Vermont (w:Vermont). He has a BA (w:Bachelor of Arts) in history (w:history) from the University of Vermont (w:University of Vermont).


quot friendly

. *WTLX 100.5 FM "ESPN Radio" Madison (Madison, Wisconsin) *WMZK 104.1 FM "Z104" Wausau (Wausau, Wisconsin) Medford (Medford, Wisconsin) *WAPL 105.7 FM "The Rockin' Apple" Appleton (Appleton, Wisconsin) Programming WTAQ airs mainly conservative talk shows including Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Michael Savage (Michael Savage (commentator)), Mark Levin, and Glenn Beck (weekends). The station also has a local "friendly"


title design

publisher Motor Trend accessdate 2008-09-24 Bangle attended the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California, earning a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master's degree in Industrial Design at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. ref


beebe

and composer *Frank E. Bachhuber, lawyer, businessman, and politician *Chris Bangle, Chief of Design at BMW Auto Group (grew up in Wausau) *Marcus H. Barnum, Wisconsin State Assemblyman, businessman, and lawyer 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1897,' Biographical Sketch of Mark Barnum, pg. 685 *Matthew Beebe, Wisconsin State Assemblyman and businessman 'Wisconsin Blue Book 1889,' Biographical Sketch of Matthew Beebe, pg. 512 *Rudy Bell, Major


special event

, Trickle won track championship at State Park Speedway in Wausau (Wausau, Wisconsin) where he started out the season by winning the first two features and seven total. He also won the track championship at La Crosse Fairgrounds Speedway after winning three events in August. That season he won his first Miller 200 special event at the Milwaukee Mile. Grubba, page 1982 Trickle started racing out of state a lot more in 1983. Grubba, page 183 Of all of Trickle's victories, his best memory was winning the 1983 World Crown 300 in Georgia (Georgia (U.S. state)). "It took three weeks of preparation and a lot of determination," he said. "It was the biggest payday of my career up to that point ($50,000)." He beat Jim Sauter (Jim Sauter (NASCAR)) by two car-lengths at the season opener, and won three straight races in May. After winning on June 1, LaCrosse business raised a $700 bounty (bounty (reward)) for anyone who could beat him. Grubba, page 184 Trickle skipped the following week, and returned the week after to lose to Steve Burgess. He did not win as much at State Park, but he did win the track championship. Trickle won ASA races at Coeburn, Virginia and Cayuga, Ontario in 1984, as well as the Red, White, and Blue state championship series at WIR and the Slinger Nationals at Slinger. Grubba, page 192 By 1974, Terry Shockley took over control of WKOW and its fellow sister stations that were part of the Wisconsin Television Network (which included WAOW in Wausau (Wausau, Wisconsin) and WXOW in La Crosse (La Crosse, Wisconsin)). Also during the 1970s, WKOW-TV was broken up from WKOW-AM in accordance with the FCC's (Federal Communications Commission) "one to market" (media market) policy of that era; as a result, WKOW-AM fell under new ownership and became WTSO, although it would remain at Tokay Boulevard alongside WKOW-TV through the 1980s and 1990s until becoming part of the Clear Channel Communications cluster, where it is today an all-sports station. (For a time in the 2000s, WKOW-TV supplied weather updates to the Clear Channel stations. As of October 2010 however, the station is no longer involved with WTSO or other Madison Clear Channel stations in any way.) name Wausau, Wisconsin title Wausau (Wausau, Wisconsin), Wisconsin basestyle background:#99CCFF; On October 7, 1969, WFRV expanded into the Upper Peninsula of Michigan by signing on semi-satellite WJMN-TV in Escanaba (Escanaba, Michigan). WJMN's creation was the result of The Norton Group's earlier agreement with the FCC to move WFRV's tower, as the station had to address short-spacing issues with another Channel 5 station, Chicago's (Chicago, Illinois) WMAQ-TV (every analog channel allocation in the Green Bay and Wausau (Wausau, Wisconsin) media markets was shared by a Chicago television station). As part of the agreement to transmit from Glenmore, Orion Broadcasting launched WJMN so that WFRV's service to the U.P. and far Northeastern Wisconsin could continue, and so that a 2nd station in central Upper Michigan could be added (before WJMN, WLUC-TV was the only commercial station serving the U.P.). By 1979 he was a regular driver on the Central Wisconsin (CWRA) circuit, finishing seventh in the season points. Originally from Illinois, Ted moved across the nearby state line so that he could race five nights per week in the CWRA. He raced at LaCrosse (LaCrosse, Wisconsin), State Park Speedway in Wausau (Wausau, Wisconsin), Grundy County (Grundy County, Illinois) Speedway, Wisconsin Dells Speedway (now Dells Raceway Park), and Waukegan. In 1981, he finished second in the points at Wisconsin International Raceway (WIR), two points behind Alan Kulwicki. Musgrave's highlight to the 1982 season was winning the Holiday 50 at Capital Speedway (now Madison International Speedway). Musgrave qualified the fastest five times in a row at WIR and was leading the points when he battered his wrist in a wreck. He returned the following week in a cast with a special arm support in the car. He finished third in points. Musgrave won ten CWRA features in 1983, including the Holiday 50 at Capital Super Speedway (now Madison International Speedway), Triple Hot Dog Dash at Wisconsin Dells, and the Race of Champions at Capital's Oktober Nationals. Musgrave won seven features at Capital in 1984, along with two features at LaCrosse, two at State Park, and two at Wisconsin Dells. He ran out of money to fund his team in 1985, and he ended his season early. Musgrave returned in 1986 with a new car which contained several of his experimental ideas. He finished tenth in CWRA points even though he started the season over a month. He had numerous feature wins that season, including the Firecracker 100 at Capital. birth_date in northeastern Wisconsin; operated by Oconto County (Oconto County, Wisconsin) - 17 Wausau (Wausau, Wisconsin) 39,106 38,426 City (Political_subdivisions_of_Wisconsin#City) Marathon (Marathon County, Wisconsin) - thumb Michael A. Stackpole (File:Michael A Stackpole at Dragon Con 2007.jpg) '''Michael A. Stackpole (w:Michael A. Stackpole)''' (born 1957) is a science fiction (w:science fiction) author (w:author) best known for his ''Star Wars'' and ''Battletech (w:Battletech)'' books. He was born in Wausau, Wisconsin (w:Wausau, Wisconsin), but raised in Vermont (w:Vermont). He has a BA (w:Bachelor of Arts) in history (w:history) from the University of Vermont (w:University of Vermont).


open membership

branch locations, three trust companies (trust company) and three holding companies (holding company) in the metropolitan area. There are also 13 open membership credit unions with 18 branch locations. The Wausau area is a center for cultivation of American ginseng, http: www.ginsengboard.com and is also known for its red granite (granite), which is quarried nearby.


school part

in northeastern Wisconsin; operated by Oconto County (Oconto County, Wisconsin) - 17 Wausau (Wausau, Wisconsin) 39,106 38,426 City (Political_subdivisions_of_Wisconsin#City) Marathon (Marathon County, Wisconsin) - thumb Michael A. Stackpole (File:Michael A Stackpole at Dragon Con 2007.jpg) '''Michael A. Stackpole (w:Michael A. Stackpole)''' (born 1957) is a science fiction (w:science fiction) author (w:author) best known for his ''Star Wars'' and ''Battletech (w:Battletech)'' books. He was born in Wausau, Wisconsin (w:Wausau, Wisconsin), but raised in Vermont (w:Vermont). He has a BA (w:Bachelor of Arts) in history (w:history) from the University of Vermont (w:University of Vermont).


show+industry

airs on the next evening after each Packers game. Other programs that air on the station include ''Coast to Coast AM'' with George Noory, ''First Light'' with Dirk Van, ''The Kim Komando Computer Show (The Kim Komando Show)'', ''Moneytalk'' with Bob Brinker, and ''The Allen Hunt Show (Allen Hunt)''. industry Radio location Wausau, Wisconsin, U.S. (United States) key_people Duke Wright, CEO & President The 1990’s brought radical changes


school construction

-tower-wausau-wi-usa Significant school construction in recent years has occurred in response to changing demographics. school construction Geography and climate thumb right Rib Mountain (Image:RibMountain.jpg) from downtown Wausau Geography Wausau is located at .

Wausau, Wisconsin

'''Wausau''' is a city in and the county seat of Marathon County, Wisconsin, United States. The Wisconsin River divides the city into east and west. The city is adjacent to the town of Wausau (Wausau (town), Wisconsin).

As of the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), Wausau had a population of 39,106. It is the core city of the Wausau Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), which includes all of Marathon County and had a population of 134,063 at the 2010 census. The current mayor of Wausau is Jim Tipple.

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