Of course you have, we all have at one time or another right? All you have to do is watch cars leaving the drive-in window at a fast food place, and before you know it, their reaching in the bag for a fry, or a quick burger bite.
You'll recall my earlier post on the shooting in Lake Nebagamon. I knew of the fire that happened the night before and felt the two were related, however since the matter was under investigation, and not confirmed by the the Douglas County Sheriffs Office, I did not mention it in the original story. It has now been confirmed the fire was linked to the shooting in a report by the Douglas County Sheriffs Of
Yesterday afternoon while I was on the air, I received a call from my wife stating that several police, Douglas County Sheriffs, and the Lake Nebagamon Volunteer Fire Department had responded to a 911 call on East Lake Blvd. in Lake Nebagamon.Several gunshots were heard around the same time.
Fake scam calls are once again on the rise in Wisconsin. Scammers pretending to be IRS officials are now joined by scammers referencing credit cards, computer virus's and lotteries and contests, and the Consumer Hotline at the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) is lighting up with questions about fraudulent telephone calls.
When it's time to replace your vehicle, many folks are opting for used rather than new. Often times in order to grab a "great deal" before someone else beats them to it, they wind up with a faulty vehicle. Just because a used car is cheap and seems OK during a test drive doesn't mean it's safe to buy
Phones across the Northland have fallen victim to a new form of scamming, according to the Better Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB). Consumers around the area have reported illegal marketing calls that display their own phone number on caller ID, according to an article in the Pine Journal.
If you've ever toyed with the idea of becoming a police officer now may be your chance. Registration is now open for the thirteenth annual Superior Police Department’s citizen police academy. The free nine-session program starts Wednesday, September 17, and spans eight weeks.
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