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Officials turn to education to reduce binge drinking problem

9:32 PM, Aug. 3, 2013
A hand-held breath tester is used to determine blood-alcohol content.
A hand-held breath tester is used to determine blood-alcohol content.
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It would be hard to argue, considering the number of tragedies that have marred the region recently, that central Wisconsin doesn't have a drinking problem.

But when it comes to addressing that problem, there are no easy answers, officials say, though many are hedging their bets on education.

That's the answer from law enforcement and university officials trying to make central Wisconsin a safer place. ...

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