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A half-dozen ships sat at-anchor Sunday, just outside the Duluth harbor after high winds shifted a large mass of shore ice across the channel. Photo courtesy Duluth News Tribune.

Northern reaches straffed by another dose of winter; thousands scramble to make Tax Day deadline; man held in fatal house fire, more state news

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Just over six-thousand electric customers in Wisconsin were without power early Monday morning after another round of snow and freezing rain hit the Badger State.

The Wisconsin Public Service utility reported 3,800 customers out at 4 a.m. in the Minocqua area.

We Energies had 1,900 homes and businesses out near Milwaukee, and Wisconsin Power & Light reported 200 customers out in Rock County.

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