The station's signal is relayed in Upper Michigan on digital translator W40AN-D (channel 40), licensed to Escanaba, Michigan and transmitting from a tower in Wells Township.On cable, WLUK is available on Charter Spectrum channel 12 and in high definition on digital channel 1012. The station was owned by William Walker and was largely constructed from the assets of a failed ABC affiliate in Oshkosh, WOSH-TV on channel 48.After her death, Chevalier was buried in Allouez, Wisconsin.In 1987 her descendants had Chevalier reinterred in a sarcophagus at the Forest Home Mausoleum in Marinette.Her original tombstone is on display at the museum on Stephenson Island in Marinette.related to exposure to blue-green algae (e.g., stomach cramps, diarrhea, vomiting, headache, fever, muscle weakness, difficulty breathing), contact your doctor or the Poison Information Hotline (800-222-1222) right away.Morgan Murphy then sold WLUK to Post Corporation (a small media chain not affiliated with The Washington Post Company or its Post-Newsweek Stations division), whose properties included the Post-Crescent newspaper in nearby Appleton and a sister station in Marquette, Michigan, WLUC-TV. In 1966, WLUK built a new studio and office building on Highland Avenue, which would eventually become Lombardi Avenue in 1968 after Vince Lombardi resigned his head coaching duties with the Green Bay Packers.1-800-TIP-WDNR or 1-800-847-9367 - Confidentially report suspected wildlife, recreational, and environmental violations.
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such as seizures, vomiting, or diarrhea after contact with surface water, contact your veterinarian right away.
Report a Case with potential health effects caused by blue-green algae, visit the Department of Health Services.
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During the lumbering boom of the late 19th century, Marinette became the tenth-largest city in Wisconsin in 1900, with its peak population of 16,195.