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The Langlade County Youth Fair is the top weekend attraction, bringing food, fun, entertainment and thrills to the fairgrounds through Sunday.

But there’s more on the docket as well, including the customer appreciation at Parsons of Antigo, a benefit for Travis Hohensee and the always-popular Music in the Park series.

Information on the fair can be found throughout today’s newspaper. A look at other events, taken from the Antigo Daily Journal’s advertising columns, follows:

MUSIC IN THE PARK

Music in the Park continues Monday with Foxfire playing old-time country at the City Park bandstand starting at 6:30 p.m.

The show is sponsored by WATK-WRLO Radio. The Langlade County Historical Society is serving pies beginning at 5:30 p.m.

On Thursday, the youth singing and dancing group LYVE takes the bandstand stage in a show sponsored by Antigo Complete Dental Clinic. There will be turkey and ham plates, pies and root beer floats serviced by Peace Lutheran Church at 5:30 p.m.

Remember to bring a lawn chair.

In case of rain, concerts will be held in the Antigo High School commons.

CUSTOMER APPRECIATION

Parsons
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'TravStrong' benefit scheduled Saturday to assist Travis Hohensee
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“TravStrong,” a benefit supporting Travis Hohensee, will be held Saturday at the Edison Club Event Center in Antigo from 3 p.m. to midnight.

The benefit will include games, prizes, 50/50 raffles, a silent auction, and music will be provided by Northwoods Karaoke and DJ.

On May 20, 2014, Hohensee began experiencing loss of feeling and eventually motion amongst the right side of his body. He was taken to Aspirus Wausau Hospital where numerous tests were performed before he was transported by ambulance to the University of Wisconsin Hospital in Madison.

Upon admission, further testing was performed and it was determined that Hohensee was suffering from a cavernoma hemorrhage of the brain. The most serious complication of a cavernoma is that of a hemorrhage. Fortunately, the team of doctors in Madison reacted promptly and took Hohensee into emergency surgery to repair the hemorrhage on May 21. After just three hours in surgery, the surgeons repaired the hemorrhage and ultimately saved his life.

After weeks of recovery in Madison, Hohensee was transferred closer to home to begin extensive rehabilitation in Wausau. His rehabilitation will consist of,
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Man accused of biting woman during fight, suspect now in jail
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Bail was set at $2,000 cash in Langlade County Circuit Court Monday for an Antigo man arrested on allegations linked to a drunken weekend scuffle.

Jason R. Powell, 36, of 1025 1/2 Fifth Ave. stands charged with five criminal counts in connection with the violent dispute — strangulation or suffocation, battery, domestic disorderly conduct, possession of drug paraphernalia and a felony charge of bail jumping.

A woman alleged that Powell grabbed her and pushed her up against a refrigerator at a local home. He then bit her in the cheek and hand, breaking the skin. The woman then said he plugged her nose with his hands and told her to be quiet, causing her to have trouble breathing.

She said she drove to the Safety Building to report the incident after he had fallen asleep.

As condition of bail, Powell is to refrain from the consumption of alcohol and to stay out of taverns. He also cannot have any contact with the alleged victim while the case is pending. The matter is scheduled to return to court on Aug. 4.

Ward Deverney Sr., 46, of 723 First Ave. was ordered held on a $2,500 cash bond on charges linked to allegations he struck a woman while i
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Antigo Area Weekend Activities
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Summer is in full stride, with picnics, music, and other special events filling the calendar.

The summer highlight—the Langlade County Fair—kicks off its five-day run on Wednesday and the Journal will be there every day. Coverage begins with a special section that will be included with Monday’s newspaper.

A look at other events, taken from the Antigo Daily Journal’s advertising columns, follows:

GARDEN TOUR

Gardens ranging from whimsical and ornamental to quaint and secluded will be featured when the Antigo Garden Club hosts its 2014 Garden Tour and Art in the Field Saturday.

The six gardens, all in or within easy driving distance of Antigo, will be open to the public from noon to 5 p.m. Tickets are $5 and are available from any club member, or at Lakeside Market, The Blue Awning, or Natural Living and includes a chance at over 40 door prizes. They will also be available at each garden. Watch for the signs.

Several of the gardens are new to the tour this year, while others are old favorites.

Capping the tour will be Art in the Field at the Kevin and Trudy Bula complex located near Riverview Golf Course at W11915 Highway R
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Second person charged with firing shots in downtown
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A friend of an Antigo man already convicted of firing shots from his downtown apartment at vehicles and buildings near the CoVantage Credit Union last winter will now also face criminal charges.

Michael Gibney, 24, of W10696 W. Fifth Ave. made an appearance in Langlade County Circuit Court Wednesday where he stood accused of six counts, including a felony charge of endangering safety by reckless use of a firearm. The remaining five charges, one a felony, are for causing criminal damage to property.

Gibney is free from custody on a $1,000 signature bond.

The charges date to November of 2013 when the Antigo Police Department began investigation into a series of damage complaints involving vehicles which had been damaged by .22 caliber gun shots. Glass at the credit union drive-thru was also damaged.

Cory Myers, a 27-year-old Antigo man, was identified as the shooter and in June he was sentenced to serve 90 days in jail in addition to being placed on a term of supervision. During his sentencing, it was revealed that a second man also played a part in the case.

According to court documents, Gibney was identified as joining Myers in firing shots f
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