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Couple to open archery store in Wausau

11:26 PM, Feb. 8, 2014
The former Randlin Homes thrift store building at 102 Bridge St. is expected to reopen as an archery store as early as Feb. 18.
The former Randlin Homes thrift store building at 102 Bridge St. is expected to reopen as an archery store as early as Feb. 18.
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The city of Wausau will have its first archery store as early as Feb. 18.

Chad and Jeanette Baerwald, who have owned Old 45 Archery in Hortonville near Appleton, for 21 years, weren't looking to open a new store, but couldn't pass up the opportunity when it arose, Jeanette Baerwald said.

The couple saw Wausau as the perfect market for a second shop, to be called Wausau Archery, because of the popularity of archery and bow hunting in the region. ...

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