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    Jane and Art Moucha, of Cadott, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Darci LouVerne Moucha, to Charlie Tiegs.

      Kathy and Peter Sokup, of Chippewa Falls, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Leah Sokup, to Dr. Thiago Nascimento.

        Kenny and Kathy Lancette of Chippewa Falls are pleased to announce the engagement of their son, Christopher Graham Lancette, 29, to Kati Jo Leisz, 24, the daughter of Tim and Jerri Lynn Leisz of Turtle Lake.

          Dakota John Pawlak and Lena Renae Parrish of New Auburn are happy to announce their engagement.

            Terry and Kristeen Dachel, of Chippewa Falls, and Kevin Moeller, of Altoona, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Shannon Moeller, to Ryan Darrow.

            For iced coffee diehards, it doesn’t matter what the weather is like outside, it just tastes too good! But when it comes to making iced coffee yourself, how can you reproduce it the way your barista would? Buzz60 has more.

            Aviation experts are citing a loss of oxygen as a possible theory for why an unresponsive business jet flew over the nation’s capital Sunday before crashing in rural Virginia. Investigators are just beginning to look for answers. The Cessna Citation took off from Elizabethton, Tennessee, and headed for Long Island’s MacArthur Airport. Once over Long Island, it turned around and flew a straight path over Washington, D.C. before crashing in a mountainous part of Virginia. Federal investigators said Monday that the pilot and three passengers were killed.


            Summer can bring scorching temperatures that leave responsible dog owners wondering when it’s too hot to take their pup on a walk. Dogs tend to overheat more quickly than humans, so paying careful attention to the temperature and your dog’s body language is essential.

            When walking your dog in the summer, it’s important to keep the warning signs of overheating in mind, especially with dog breeds that have short noses or thick coats. If you follow a few simple safety tips, your dog can enjoy the long summer days and all the extra evening walks that come with the season.

            With longer days and warmer temperatures, summer is the perfect season to spend some extra quality time outside with your four-legged friend. But on sweltering days, following a few safety tips can help keep your dog safe. Here’s what you need to know about walking your dog in hot weather.

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