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HAYWARD, WISCONSIN Chopping, sawing and log rolling pretty much sum up the jobs of lumberjacks. And for the last 58 years, Hayward, Wisconsin hosts the Lumberjack World Championships.

Kate Witkowski loves traveling to Hayward every year for the world championship weekend.

“Lumberjack sports started as a professional career. There were lumberjacks running down the rivers with the logs. Which adds a historical context and a nice culture to the event and I’m really proud to say I’m from Wisconsin and I have that background,” said Witkowski.

The female lumberjack culture has grown quite a bit since then. And Kate couldn’t be happier.

“I think that challenge in itself is pretty appealing to me. We kind of have to work a little bit harder to make a name for ourselves and prove that we deserve to be here,” said Witkowski.

It was a little nerve racking to watch the lumberjacks and Jills handling such axes and saws and going so fast. But to them, it’s simpler than that.

“What’s going through my head when I’m chopping? Is just chopping, nothing else, just chopping. It’s me, my axe and the block beneath me,
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Kevin Farias survived and is in critical condition Sunday. The Marion County Sheriff’s Office got the call Saturday morning after a motorist found Farias and 32 year old Jessica Johnson of Wisconsin, and their 1 year old daughter, lying in the middle of a remote clay road in the Ocala National Forest.

The Ocala Star Banner reports deputies may have also found the family’s car. No other details were released.

Roger Mosser wanted to comeback to his hometown to share his story.

Mosser started writing as a child.

He wrote his memoir Bar Talk about his childhood memories at his family’s bar and the stories he heard first hand.

He read passages from his book at the Merrill Historical Society Sunday.

Mosser family has ties to The Hub Inn, formerly Mosser’s Bar in Merrill.

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Potdevin, who joined the company as the top executive in 2014 and also served as a Lululemon board member, is leaving both posts immediately, the Vancouver based company said.

The announcement provided no details about actions that led to Potdevin’s resignation. Instead, the company announcement said: “Lululemon expects all employees to exemplify the highest levels of integrity and respect for one another, and Mr. Potdevin fell short of these standards of conduct.”

“Culture is at the core of Lululemon, and it is the responsibility of leaders to set the right tone in our organization,” Murphy said in a statement issued by the company.

Lululemon shares fell 2.5% to $75.50 in extended trading, extending a 1.5% slide in trading during Monday’s regular trading session.

Lululemon agreed to pay Potdevin a $3.35 million lump sum cash payment as soon as practicable after the effective date of his departure, plus a $1.65 million cash payment to be distributed in installments over an 18 month period, the company said in a Monday filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

He was appointed to Lululemon’s board and the chief executive position to succeed Christine Day, who resigned after a six year tenure.

Potdevin’s arrival came as Lululemon founder Chip Wilson stepped down as chairman of the company’s board amid controversy. In a TV interview, Wilson said some women’s bodies “just don’t actually work” for Lulemon yoga pants, because thighs rubbing against the stretch material causes pilling over time.

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Celeste Burgoyne, executive vice president, Americas, will oversee all channel and brand facing aspects of the global business, including stores, e commerce, and brand marketing. Chief Operating Officer Stuart Haselden will be responsible for all operations related to finance, supply chain, people, and technology. And Sun Choe, senior vice president of merchandising, will oversee product development, design, innovation, and merchandising.
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The event raises money for the Folds of Honor Foundation, which provides post secondary educational scholarships for children and spouses of military servicemen and women killed in the line of duty.

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The bottom tier of the Republican presidential field sparred in the undercard debate on Wednesday evening as they tried to break out and move up the ranks.

The debate on Wednesday marked the second time the dark horses in the race debated as a preliminary to the top candidates clashing later in the night. Businesswoman Carly Fiorina offered a strong performance in that first undercard debate which helped propel her into the the upper ranks of the GOP field. Fiorina wasn’t the only candidate from that first debate who was not on stage on Wednesday. Former Gov. Rick Perry, R Texas, pulled out of the race at the end of last week and former Gov. Jim Gilmore, R Va., did not qualify for Wednesday’s debate. Sen. Bobby Jindal, R La., former Gov. Sen. Rick Santorum, R Pa.

The four Republican hopefuls offered quick introductions and laid out some of the themes to their campaigns. Santorum highlighted his record on social issues while Jindal threw a few jabs at Trump and Bush andGraham focused on foreign policy.

Jindal was asked about his criticism of businessman DonaldTrump, currently leading the field,and the Louisiana governor defended his attacks.

“Let’s stop treating Donald Trump as a Republican,” Jindal said. “He believes in Donald Trump.” Jindal called for backing a Republican with “proven conservative principles” and went after Trump as “a narcissist who only believes in himself.”

Santorum said it was fine to attack candidates’ principles but insisted personal attacks were out of bounds. “I believe personal attacks only help one person: Hillary Clinton,” Santorum said.

Asked about his attacks on Trump, Graham turned to foreign affairs, calling for more troops in Iraq and Syria to defeat Islamic State (IS) terrorism. “If you’re not ready to do these things, you’re not ready to be president,” Graham said.

Questioned about his pledge to back the Republican nominee while refusing to back Trump, Pataki ripped the businessman’s record in Atlantic City and noted the first questions all involved that candidate.

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Graham was asked whetherhis political experience was holding back his campaign but he turned the question into foreign affairs and who should lead the military.

“We’ve had one novice as commander in chief, let’s not replace one novice with another,” Graham said.

The debate turned to immigration. Santorum insisted several of the Republican candidates backed “amnesty” and said Graham and Jindal were in that crowd.

“We need to secure the border, period,” Jindal fired back. “I’m not for amnesty.”

Pataki said he backed birthright citizenship but called for securing the border and deporting illegals who commit crimes.

Graham defended his support for ending birthright citizenship and noted he had backed that for a decade. Despite being one of the Gang of Eight working for immigration reform, Graham said the government was not going to send 11 million people back but did call for deporting felons and encouraged immigrants to learn English.

Santorum and Graham clashed over comprehensive immigration reform. Graham noted Santorum’s immigration bill went nowhere when he was in the Senate and defended President George W. Bush’s opposition to it.

Turning to Syrian refugees, Jindal said he opposed the idea of letting them in and called for destroying IS and overthrowing the Assad regime.

Graham used the opportunity to rip President Barack Onama’s handling of foreign affairs. “I’m blaming Barack Obama for this mess,” Graham said. “And I want to fix it.”

Keeping on international affairs, Graham insisted “we were in a good spot in Iraq” and “Barack Obama wasted it all.” Graham said if IS wasn’t defeated soon, “they’re coming here.”

Santorum said he also backed more troops in the region but not as many as Graham. Jindal also slammed Obama’s handling of Middle East affairs. Pataki noted his experience leading New York state on 9/11 and called for fighting IS terrorism in the Middle East. Jindal and Graham drew contrasts between Islamic terrorist and Christian conservatives. Pataki ripped Rowan County Clerk of Courts Kim Davis for denying same sex marriage in Kentucky despite a federal court order and said he would have fired her.

“There is a place where religion supersedes the rule of law,” Pataki said. “It is Iran. It shouldn’t be the United States.”

Santorum fired back, insisting conservative Christians were being attacked by the federal government.

“People have a fundamental right under the First Amendment .

“We’re going to have a president who defies the Supreme Court?” Pataki demanded. “Then we don’t have the rule of law.”

Santorum insisted the Supreme Court was out of control while Pataki drew a line between elected officials like Davis and individual citizens. Jindal also defended Christianity in the public square. After joking about his poor performance in law school, Graham noted the Supreme Court ruled same sex marriage is the law of the land but said he disagreed with it and would protect religious freedom.

Turning to Supreme Court justices, Jindal ripped past Republican appointees and said he would have a “litmus test” on conservatism. Graham said the stakes were high on the judicial front and the GOP needed to win the election.

“We have to win this election,” Graham said. “The court’s at stake.”

Both Graham and Santorum defended voting for John Roberts as chief justice while Jindal criticized his ruling in favor of President Barack Obama’s federal health care law.

Jindal called for term limits and “part time citizen legislators” and said a Washington outsider was needed. Secretaryof State Hillary Clinton a “national treasure,” Graham said that was in relation to her policies in Africa and demanded to know where she was during the Benghazi attacks. Graham noted Ronald Reagan worked with Democrat Tip O’Neill and said he would work with Democrats while still sticking to his conservative principles.
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Inside the Jeep, it smelled like spent cigarettes and a black lab mix already in back that seemed happy to be along for the ride.

Several bricks of raw hot dogs on the floorboard and the dismal forecast meant there were a lot more animals to entice to shelter.

Grim drove toward the sound of the barking dog and found it chained to a tree. The dog was brown and defensive. There was a bucket of water and small shelter, but, oddly, the lot was completely empty.

“This isn’t even an address,” Grim said. “So I am going to have to take this dog.”

As he approached the animal, a car pulled up full of groceries and people.

In the many years since Grim started Stray Rescue, which has grown to about 50 employees, 3,000 volunteers and 300 foster homes, he has learned pet owners tend to be more quarrelsome than animals.

“Is there a problem we have here?” said Arlena Thomas, who has lived on the same block near Martin Luther King Drive for 50 years.

Yes there was, Grim said. It was too cold for the dog to be left outside. He told them who he was with and asked if they wanted the dog.

“Yeah, we want the dog. This is private property,” Thomas told him. “He’s not a stray dog. That’s a family dog.”

The dog’s name was Sugar and Thomas assured she’d take care of it. Grim relented and moved on.

Going for the chained animal seemed like a bold move even for Grim, who has had a lifelong passion for helping animals. But last week, Mayor Francis Slay said cats and dogs left out during the cold snap could be confiscated and their owners cited with animal cruelty.

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Stray Rescue, which is working with the city, was in full swing Monday.

It rented nine pet friendly hotel rooms near its main shelter at 2320 Pine Street for volunteer dog walkers and animals.

Four search crews were out looking for animals and violations.

It wasn’t without incident.

Darrell Antalick, 40, got bit in the hand and leg Monday trying to get a dog into his vehicle. But it wasn’t bad and he was glad to capture the animal that was running in a pack of three.

“It happens,” Antalick said, looking at his catch a brown and white mix that seemed to be wild. “He’s freaked out. He didn’t know.”

The black lab mix that Grim found seemed to be like anybody’s pet until it was time to get out of the comfortable Jeep and into the shelter. The animal bared fangs, even as Grim tried to bribe it with hot dogs.

“Obviously, he wants to live in my car,” said Grim, who sustained a scrape on the hand. “That’s a dedicated dog that wants warmth.”

Ultimately, the dog had to be sedated and muzzled to be taken out of the vehicle and in for treatment at the shelter clinic.

Grim named the dog Long Johns.

As the day went on, Stray Rescue was running out of good names for the eight dogs they found or were turned in.

There was Scarf, Snow Pants and Uggs, named after a brand of boots.

Uggs was lured into a cage with a mix of Alpo, hot dogs and liverwurst.

The shivering dog was a burly reddish terrier mix that lived in an abandoned building near tiny Daisy Park in north St. Louis.

A team of police officers picked up another dog near Penrose Park and dropped it off at Stray Rescue. Then one of the officers, Ezell Cody, contemplated adopting the dog for his 6 year old son.
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