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The Antigo Gun Show and a big Saturday night gala for the Boys and Girls Club top events in the northwoods this weekend.

The gun show will bring hundreds and hundreds of people to the multi-purpose building at the Langlade County Fairgrounds, while the evening gala will featuring a roaring 20s theme complete with flappers and the jitterbug

A look ahead, taken from the Antigo Daily Journal’s advertising columns, follows:

BOYS AND GIRLS GALA

The Roaring 20s, a time of flappers, gangsters and silent screen stars, returns to Antigo on Saturday for a fund-raising gala to support the Boys and Girls Club of Langlade County.

Doors open at North Star Lanes at 6 p.m. Tickets are $25 in advance or $35 at the door.

For those who do dress up, there will be a photobooth to record the moment. Irish Entertainment is providing the entertainment and the Volm Companies is sponsoring a jitterbug contest.

There will be hors d’oeuvres and specialty cocktails, microbrews and regional wines. Sartori will also be sponsoring specialty cheeses.

A highlight will be the live and silent auctions hosted by North Central Sales Auctions LLC.
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Several imposed, but stayed jail sentences in local court
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An Antigo man who racked up a slew of felonies in 2017, , for offenses ranging from possession of methamphetamine, to receiving stolen property, escape, and bail jumping, learned his fate in Langlade County Circuit Court Tuesday.

Jason A. Waller, 39, 226 Weed St., pled no contest to four charges in three separate cases, while three more were dismissed, but read in, as part of a plea deal. Pleas were entered to escape-criminal arrest, two counts of felony bail jumping, possessing a firearm as a felon, and possession of meth.

Waller was sentenced to an imposed and stayed prison sentence of four years, consisting of two years initial confinement and two years of extended supervision. He will have an opportunity to avoid that prison time should he successfully complete a three year probation term.

Further terms of his probation includes the payment of court costs, undergoing a drug and alcohol assessment, maintaining absolute sobriety as well as full-time employment. He must also undergo any counseling deemed necessary.

According to online court records, Waller’s latest round of trouble began in March 2017 when he was an inmate in the Langlade Coun
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Spring snowstorm leads to area accidents
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The historic spring snowstorm that covered the northwoods and brought travel to a near standstill in some areas over the weekend, contributed to a number of accidents.

According to law enforcement reports, the first call came in at 9:20 p.m. Friday for a vehicle in the ditch on Highway 64. Listed driver in the slide-in was Crystal J. Kusko, 33.

An unoccupied pickup truck listing to Todd A. Pavek, 55, was found in the ditch near County Road F and Meadow Road at 1:34 a.m. Saturday.

A vehicle operated by Jacob C. Bula, 25, ended up in the ditch near Highway 64 and Western Avenue three minutes later at 1:37 a.m.

Another unoccupied vehicle was found in the ditch on County Road C near Fiedler Road at 5:04 a.m. Saturday. Vehicle listed to Christine M. Pahls-Schram, 50, Gleason.

A car versus deer accident was checked at 1:02 p.m. Saturday on County Road H, north of Highway 64. Listed operator was Sam J. Kamps, 26.

A two vehicle crash on County Road J at 5:01 p.m. Saturday involved vehicles driven by Ronda A. Mishler, 50, Deerbrook, and Jerard R. Reif, 50, Deerbrook.

Another car in the ditch report came in at 6:49 p.m. Saturday on Hig
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Antigo Area Weekend Activities
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A look ahead, taken from the Antigo Daily Journal’s advertising columns, follows:

ANTIGO IDOL

Who will be the next Antigo Idol? Find out at the annual Antigo High School talent competition tonight starting at 7 p.m. in the Volm Theater.

PROM SEASON

The spring promenade season gets underway this weekend with the big fete at White Lake Saturday night.

Elcho and Antigo will both hold their proms on April 28.

Plan now for the spring proms with help from Frisch Greenhouses. It will be open to order accessories on April, 12, 14, 20 and 21, Fridays 3 to 5 p.m. and Saturdays, 9 a.m. to noon. Enjoys snacks and refreshments while you shop.

BOYS & GIRLS CLUB

There is a lot happening at the Boys & Girls Club of Langlade County.

National Boys & Girls Club Week is this week, concluding with an art contest and variety show tonight.

The club will also host its annual Corks, Folks and Brews, this year with a Roaring 20’s gala, on April 21 at North Star Lanes. Come in period dress for a chance at prizes and enjoy hors d’oeuvres, dessert, microbrews, wines and specialty cocktails. There will also be an auct
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Woman arrested after domestic incident Monday
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A 39-year old Antigo woman is in custody today following a domestic incident at her Lincoln Street home late Monday night.

According to police reports, the woman herself called authorities at 11:47 p.m. indicated that she had just thrown an ash tray at her husband during a verbal argument, and he was bleeding from the head.

Investigating officers described the couple as both extremely intoxicated. The woman was taken into custody, while the husband did not give a statement, except to say he deserved it.
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