Learn about some of Marathon County’s fishing hot spots. And get the scoop on a local fly-fishing class at the UW-Stevens Point at Wausau campus that might snag your attention! (Click the title for details…)
Director Jamie Polley provides insights into 5 common questions people ask her staff at the Marathon County Parks, Recreation, & Forestry Department.
Get a quick overview of FREE swim days at local pools; financial assistance for tennis lessons, summer playground programming, and family pool passes; extreme sport opportunities for Marathon County; and more. (Click the title for details…)
Sign up to receive a FREE trail camera to help the Wisconsin DNR track local wildlife on your property. Or just hop online to help count and identify wildlife in posted photos. There’s two ways to volunteer with the Snapshot Wisconsin program.
As of April 3, 2019, Snapshot Wisconsin has 1,615 volunteers, 1,898 cameras, and over 27 million photos collected. Find out how to get involved (and view photo collections online) in the full article . . . (Click the title for details…)
Scott Corbett serves as Marathon County’s Corporation Counsel, providing legal advice, assistance, formal opinions, and court representation to the County Board, County departments, and elected officials.
If you’ve ever wondered who works with Adult and Child Protective Services, handles involuntary commitments to mental health services, establishes paternity or child support orders, and a host of other legal matters for residents, officials, and employees of Marathon County, check out Supervisor Katie Rosenberg’s profile of Scott Corbett. (Click the title to read more…)
From an Artificial Insemination Certification Program designed for dairy and beef producers to a Summer Gardening Series for kids, Extension Marathon County has TONS of offerings for people of all ages this summer.
Get the scoop on farm tours, FREE first-aid kits for farmers, garden clinics (during which you can bring your plant and insect questions to a Master Gardener Volunteer), a grilled cheese contest, 4-H camps, and more. (Click the title for details…)
Two winners — Mary Thao and Yauo Yang — jointly received the 2019 Stanley F. Staples Award at the Dream Big: 2056 event earlier this month.
Find out the recipients of 4 college scholarships, making it more possible for Hmong students to achieve their academic potential, and learn which local principal won the much-anticipated “Dance-Off” by performing a traditional Hmong dance for the crowd.
Plus, view the award-winning video that 2 young D.C. Everest students produced about the early days of Hmong resettlement in Wausau. (Click the title for details…)
With a bistro featuring open-air seating, an outdoor gazebo, and other features that will be open to the public, this major renovation to NCHC is of interest to ALL in the community. See the exciting preliminary design renderings… The traditional, brick building will be blended with new wood and modern features to allow the health care campus to merge together as one cohesive facility.
Partnering together, Marathon County and North Central Health Care are proud to present the future facility for mental health, behavioral health, and skilled nursing care in Central Wisconsin. (Click the title for details.)
Marathon County created a position dedicated to building staff skills and knowledge to help make our County employees as efficient and effective as possible.
Earlier this month, the County’s first Organizational Excellence Program Manager, Molly Bennett, was hired to coordinate our Continuous Improvement and Leadership Development Programs. Learn about Molly’s credentials, first impressions, and curriculum plans. (Click the title for the full story…)
During National Volunteer Week (April 7–13), Extension Marathon County expressed its appreciation for the 431 active volunteers who contributed over 10,000 hours of service in 2018.
See volunteers in action throughout Marathon County, and learn how you, too, can become a Master Gardener Volunteer, 4-H Volunteer Leader, or a Home & Community Education Volunteer with Extension Marathon County. (Click the title for details…)
Be a tourist in your own town and schedule a “micro-vacation” or date night at the Woodson Art Museum. Cut Up/Cut Out, on view through June 2, features intricately cut materials — from vintage road maps and leaves to a car tire, an oil drum, and a saw blade.
We invite you to take on State Tourism Secretary designee Sara Meaney’s “Curiosity Challenge” by traveling to the Woodson Art Museum to experience something new! Get a peek at more of the items currently on display at the museum in the full story. (Click the title to read more…)