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Story of missing Ohio women renews hope

Freed Ohio women sparks faith in local families

7:22 PM, May 7, 2013
Kayla Berg of Antigo was 15 when she was reported missing Aug. 11, 2009.
Kayla Berg of Antigo was 15 when she was reported missing Aug. 11, 2009.
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The moment Hope Sprenger heard the news Monday that three Ohio women who had been missing for more than 10 years were found alive, a chill ran up her spine.

Sprenger is the mother of Kayla Berg, the Antigo teen who was 15 when she disappeared from the Wausau area Aug. 11, 2009. Berg is one of four area women reported missing in recent years whose disappearances continue to confound police.

"I've been glued to the news ever since I first saw the story," Sprenger said Tuesday. "Knowing these women were found alive has given me new hope that my daughter, too, will be found someday." ...

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