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N. WISCONSIN - The Wisconsin DNR is seeking volunteers to promote safe, responsible, and ethical hunting practices as hunter education instructors.   Interested volunteers can serve as apprentices under a sponsoring instructor for at least two complete courses or attend a certification training session hosted by a DNR Outdoor Skills Trainer.  Once certified, the DNR provides volunteer instructors with all the materials and equipment required to teach a hunter education course. For more information we have a link on the WUPM Facebook Page https://widnr.widen.net/s/sgbvkbx95s/outdoorskillstraineradministrativemap

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IRONWOOD – Festival Ironwood weekend is here.  Today the dropping of the ducks will take place at 10:00am.  $2 a duck every duck is a winner.  Last night ducks sold out within 90 minutes.  Today and tomorrow there will be 2 drops of ducks.  Today is also kids’ activity day starting at 10, Historic Ironwood Theater tours and silent movie at noon, Live music by the Grewe Crew at 1:30, Red Higgens at 4:30, Branded Hot County Kasey Kuker at 8:30.  Tomorrow Luther L Wright High School Ski Team pancake breakfast under the big top tent will start at 8.  The Depot car show starts at 9 along with the Arts and Crafts Vendors fair.  Pool tournaments, Strawberry Social, Live music along with Marty’s Goldenairs, and the daily 50/50 raffles.  Festival Ironwood schedule online at Ironwood Chamber website and on the WUPM Facebook Page.   https://ironwoodchamber.org/festival-ironwood/

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ASHLAND - The murder trial of Ashland business owner Nathan Monkelien has been delayed. He was slated to go on trial later this month on two charges of first-degree murder among other charges. Monkelien stands accused in the shooting deaths of brothers Manuel and Luis Garcia Salas of Veracruz, Mexico. The reason for the delay, which was scheduled for the 29th is that several witnesses are not available at that time and forensics experts need more time to analyze evidence, including the clothing the victims wore and the gun Monkelien used to shoot them. Iron County Circuit Court Judge Anthony Stella said his main concern was having complete evidence available during the trial. As it stands now, the trial has been pushed to early 2025. Monkelien’s attorney asked about releasing him from custody in the meantime, but Judge Stella denied the request.

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