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  • Iola Car Show celebrates 45 years

    One of the nation’s largest classic car shows, the 45th annual Iola Car Show, will take place from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Thursday, July 6, through Saturday, July 8, in Iola.

    Day tickets are $10; a three-day pass is $18. Children 12 and under get free admission. Free day parking is available with a free shuttle that runs to and from the parking lot and the show grounds.


  • A doll to span the ages will come to life on stage, bringing adventures to all children – including those masked by the responsibilities of being an adult.

    Central Wisconsin Area Community Theater (cwACT) will present “Raggedy Ann & Andy” at 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday, July 7 and 8, and again at 2 p.m. Sunday, July 9, at Sentry’s Theater@1800, 1800 Northpoint Drive, Stevens Point.


  • Olympics foster self-improvement for athletes

    Janet Jakusz has been volunteering her time and talents for years, and now it is her turn to be in the spotlight. And she is all smiles. “I’m excited,” Jakusz said.


  • Aber Suzuki Center celebrates 50 years

    Maxmilian Heindl sat on teacher Judy Meyer’s lap, his hand grasping the drumstick-mallet under her guide. He watched the children and parents circling around him as he snapped the stick to the drum, thump, thump, thump.


  • New horseshoe club is a ringer for area

    The Stevens Point man has established the Stevens Point Horseshoe Club, which began meeting this month and already has nearly 20 members.


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