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Holiday celebrations bring central Wisconsin communities together

3:31 AM, Dec. 9, 2012
Traffic was backed up in downtown Rudolph Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012, as vehicles waited for a horse-drawn wagon to take riders around town during the 11th Annual Rudolph Country Christmas.
Traffic was backed up in downtown Rudolph Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012, as vehicles waited for a horse-drawn wagon to take riders around town during the 11th Annual Rudolph Country Christmas.
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With the holiday season already well under way, many central Wisconsin communities are holding their own festivities for families and friends.

None is perhaps more evident than in Rudolph, where hundreds of visitors gathered Saturday for the 11th annual Rudolph Country Christmas. Although the formal event is a little more than a decade old, many of the Wood County village's holiday traditions can be traced back decades.

"I think Rudolph kind of set the pace," said Christy Steinle, co-chairwoman of the event, noting the creation of the iconic Rudolph postmark stamp in 1945. ...

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