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The summer-long Music in the Park season comes to a close Monday, but not before one last blast by Wisconsin Trillium.

The docket, although not as packed as last weekend, still promises plenty of fun, with a band at Bass Lake, some great movies, and a chance to do some major housecleaning and recycle those old electronics for a good cause.

A look at activities across the area, taken from the Antigo Daily Journal’s advertising columns, follows:

MUSIC IN THE PARK

It’s been a tremendous season of entertainment at Music in the Park, but it comes to an end on Monday.

Wisconsin Trillium will perform at 6:30 p.m. in the City Park bandstand in the final concert of the season. The Langlade County Historical Society will serve pies and ice cream starting at 5:30 p.m.

ENTERTAINMENT

Bass Lake Country Club presents Catfish & Caviar playing Sunday, 4 to 8 p.m. Bring your dancin’ shoes and enjoy the best of country and rock.

MOVIES

Three movies share the weekend billing at The Palace Twin Theater. Starting tonight is Sausage Party, rated R. Screenings are Friday and Saturday at 7 and 9 p.m.; Sunday through Thur
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Antigo man charged in beating jailed on $10,000 cash bond
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Bail was set at $10,000 cash this week for a local man accused in a violent beating of a woman at their Antigo home last week.

Phillip R. Huck, 55, of 1017 Third Ave. was charged in Langlade County Circuit Court Monday with four criminal counts in connection with the Aug. 19 scuffle. Two are felonies strangulation and/or suffocation and intimidation of a victim by use or attempted use of force. He is also charged with misdemeanor counts of battery and disorderly conduct.

Huck was arrested Friday when a woman reported that he had punched her, including in the stomach and the head. She said Huck threw her on the bed and grabbed her by the neck, disrupting her breathing. She said he also tried to suffocate her by her nose.

According to court documents, the woman told law officers that Huck knocked a telephone from her hand when she tried to call 911. Help was eventually summoned and Huck was taken into custody.

Huck was ordered to refrain from contact with the woman while the case is pending. The matter is scheduled to return to court next week.

According to court records, Huck’s criminal history includes a felony conviction of substanti
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Antigo Area Weekend Activities
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Summer may be winding down but there is no lull in local action.

From live music to classic cars, a waterski show and even a chance to test your skills on a sand volleyball court and area golf course, there will be no time for boredom as the area marks the third weekend of August.

A look at activities across the area, taken from the Antigo Daily Journal’s advertising columns, follows:

POLAR FEST

Timber Haven, in cooperation with the community, fire department and other local businesses, will host what is billed as the First Ever Polar Fest Saturday afternoon and evening.

There will be games, activities food, music and refreshments throughout the day and stretching well into the evening hours.

At Timber Haven, music opens at noon with Whiskey Nights until 4 p.m. and Darmata from 5 to 8 p.m. Black Knight concludes from 9 p.m. to midnight.

The town of Antigo Fire Department plans a corn roast and 50/50 raffle and Mid-Wisconsin Beverage Inc. will have beverage tent on sight. Central Beer Distributors plans a beer tasting tent as well.

There will be multiple local crafts and business vendors and Antigo Pride will spons
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Cocaine found in Antigo home, man arrested
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An Antigo man is in local custody today after law officers seized over $1,000 in cocaine from his home on the city’s north side Monday.

Based on a tip of possible drug activity, Langlade County sheriff’s officials went to the home armed with a warrant to search. A 42-year-old male was inside as was evidence of his alleged involvement in the drug trade.

The seized items included an estimated 24 grams of cocaine as well as 2.2 grams of marijuana and the goods to ingest the illegal substances. A digital scale and small bags commonly used to package drugs were also removed from the home.

Authorities said the man is being referred to the district attorney’s office for the delivery of cocaine, possession of both marijuana and drug paraphernalia and maintaining a place for the purpose of trafficking drugs.
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Unusual events reported at rural residence
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Langlade County authorities responded Sunday to a report of violence and property damage at a county residence.

Initially, deputies fielded a call from a younger male saying he had to get out of the home, which was a relative’s. Then the victim called, stating he had entered the home and hit her while she was sleeping, injuring her head. He then departed and threw rocks through car and house windows.

Upon investigation, authorities learned that the man was experiencing a medical problem. He was charged with domestic disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property.

The woman did not require medical care for her injury.
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