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Athens, WI FHA Loans in Wisconsin

FHA loans differ from conventional loans in a number of ways. The down payment required for an FHA-insured loan is usually much lower than for conventional loans. FHA loans also have lower credit requirements than conventional loans, making them more available to a wider range of potential homebuyers.

 

FHA loans offer Athens, WI residents several other valuable benefits, not least of which is those aforementioned smaller down payments. Unlike a conventional loan, which ordinarily requires 10-20% down, FHA-insured loans only require down payments as low as 3-5%. The FHA is also more flexible in calculating factors to determine whether or not to approve the loan, factors such as household income and repayment ratios.

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Athens, Wisconsin News
Police seek semi driver involved in crash

TOWN OF CASSEL -- Police are seeking the driver of a semitrailer that was involved in a fiery crash Friday.


Laurie Kaiser column: Wisconsin knows there's no place like home

A recent U.S. Census report that revealed 75 percent of Wisconsin residents were born here didn't surprise me one bit.


Campus news

Scholarships valued at more than $585,000 were awarded to 374 University of Wisconsin-Stout students this year through the Stout University Foundation Inc.


Man charged with crime one year after fatal crash

A teen who said he fell asleep while driving before a 2007 fatal crash was charged Wednesday with homicide by negligent operation of a vehicle.


Book Giveaways at Marathon County Public Library

Marathon County Public Library will be giving out copies of the book Owl Babies at their story times starting Monday October 13th.


Courts

Nicholas S. Peterson, 19, 2266 Mystic Meadow, made an initial appearance Sept. 23 on misdemeanor charges of two counts of retail theft and disorderly conduct.


Corn mazes a fall mainstay

As October approaches, the weekends are full of opportunities to enjoy the harvest season.


Courts

* Michelle Lo, 18, 202 N. Seventh St., Wausau, made an initial appearance Sept. 11 on a misdemeanor charge of theft. The court ordered a $200 signature bond and set a pretrial conference for Oct. 2. Lo was arrested Aug. 25 after police investigated a report on a theft by an employee at Younkers in Wausau, according to court records. * Keisha R. Lewis, 17, 508 Fulton St., Antigo, made an initial appearance Sept. 11 on a misdemeanor charge of theft. The court ordered a $500 signature bond and set a pretrial conference for Oct. 2. Police investigated a report of the theft of a wallet March 22 from TJ Maxx in Rib Mountain, according to court records. * Travis S. Oknewski, 29, 736 Ridgeland Ave., Schofield, made an initial appearance Sept. 11 on a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct. The court ordered a $500 signature bond and set a pretrial conference for Sept. 22. Police investigated a report that Oknewski pinched a child July 19 in Weston, according to court records. * Bradley T. Steckart, 18, 2503 Jonquil Lane, Wausau, made an initial appearance Sept. 11 on misdemeanor charges of possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and obstructing an officer. The court ordered a $500 signature bond and set a pretrial conference for Oct. 2. Police investigated a report that Steckart had marijuana in his possession Jan. 29 at The Dollar Tree in Rib Mountain, according to court records. * Christopher L. Lafernier, 31, 709 S. Cedar Ave., Marshfield, made an initial appearance Sept. 11 on two misdemeanor charges of telephone harassment. The court ordered a $1,000 signature bond and set a pretrial conference for Oct. 2. Police investigated two phone calls Lafernier was accused of making April 5 to a woman in Marshfield, according to court records. * Austin J. TerMaat, 19, 4356 Tenpas Road, Vesper, made an initial appearance Sept. 11 on misdemeanor charges of negligent handling of a weapon and disorderly conduct. The court ordered a $800 signature bond and set a pretrial conference for Oct. 2. Police investigated a report that TerMaat fired a handgun Jan. 16 in the town of Maine following a fight, according to court records. * Terry L. Voigt, 51, 14025 60th Ave., Merrill, made an initial appearance Sept. 11 on two misdemeanor charges of possessing a live harmful wild animal. The court ordered a $1,000 signature bond and set a pretrial conference for Oct. 2. Voigt had two black bears in his possession Jan. 17 in the town of Berlin without the permission of the Department of Natural Resources, according to court records. * Joseph R. Walters, 19, T11426 N. 23rd St., Wausau, made an initial appearance Sept. 11 on misdemeanor charges of battery and disorderly conduct. The court ordered a $1,000 signature bond and set a pretrial conference for Oct. 2. Police investigated a report that Walters hit a man with a baseball bat during a fight Jan. 4 at a town of Maine residence, according to court records. * Joseph O. Hitz, 36, 4908 Town Hall Road, Athens, made an initial appearance Sept. 11 on a misdemeanor charge of battery. The court ordered a $1,000 signature bond. Police investigated a report that Hitz was involved in a fight June 21 with another man in the town of Johnson, according to court records. * Christopher J. Howard, 30, 4311 Schofield Ave., Weston, made an initial appearance Sept. 10 on a felony charge of escape. The court ordered a $500 cash bond and set a preliminary hearing for Sept. 22. Howard failed to return to the Marathon County Jail on Aug. 21 after he was allowed to leave on work release privileges, according to court records. * Aaron T. Applegate, 26, 2432 Roselawn Road, made an initial appearance Sept. 5 on a felony charge of attempting to flee an officer and misdemeanor charges of second-offense operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, second-offense operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol content and operating a motor vehicle with a revoked license. The court ordered a $10,000 signature bond and set a pretrial conference for Oct. 1. Applegate was arrested Sept. 4 after he drove away from an officer at a high rate of speed in the town of Rib Mountain, according to court records. * Maxwell C. Philavanh, 20, 1501 Northwestern Ave., Wausau, made an initial appearance Sept. 9 on felony charges of bail jumping and possession of methamphetamine. The court ordered a $5,000 signature bond and set a pretrial conference for Oct. 2. Philavanh was arrested Aug. 24 when an officer found a bag of pills in a vehicle following a traffic stop for speeding in Wausau, according to court records. * Sean P. Palenik, 38, 701 North St., Wausau, made an initial appearance Sept. 11 on a misdemeanor charge of theft. The court ordered a $1,000 signature bond and set a pretrial conference for Oct. 2. Police investigated a report that Palenik stole a cart in May from a Wausau apartment complex, according to court records. * Aaron A. Raduechel, 31, 12200 Highway 29, Marathon, made an initial appearance Sept. 11 on a misdemeanor charge of theft. The court ordered a $500 signature bond ands et a pretrial conference for Oct. 2. Police investigated a report that Raduechel stole electricity in the fall of 2006 from a town of Hamburg residence, according to court records.


Courts

* Clay A. Frahm, 40, of 1909 W. Townline Road, Athens; initial appearance Sept. 12 on misdemeanor charges of battery and disorderly conduct; $500 signature bond and pretrial conference set for Oct. 28. Frahm was arrested Sept. 12 after a woman told police that he smashed a window in a vehicle in the town of Johnson while she was inside, according to court records. * Michelle L. Johnson, 27, of 410 W. 14th St., Marshfield; possession of a controlled substance; six-month driver's license suspension and $539 fine. * Kevin J. Whitford, 43, of 101 N. Maple Ave., Marshfield; disorderly conduct; $324 fine. A charge of disorderly conduct as a domestic abuse incident was dismissed. * Frank R. Jones, 29, of Marshfield; carrying a concealed weapon; eight days in jail already served and $476 fine. A charge of misdemeanor bail jumping was dismissed. * Robert E. Braun, 55, of 610 Cherry St., Marshfield; disorderly conduct; one year probation, $161 in costs, undergo any counseling deemed necessary and have no contact with the victim. A 45-day jail sentence was stayed. * Joshua J. Hansen, 31, of 1101 S. Cedar Ave., Marshfield; drunken driving; $350 fine, 10 days in jail with work release, 12-month driver's license revocation and alcohol assessment. * Robert J. Kieffer, 25, of W2231 153 Road, Loyal; drunken driving; six-month driver's license revocation, $667 fine and alcohol assessment. * Justin R. Peterson, 26, of 210 N. Purdy Ave., Marshfield; seven-month driver's license revocation, $730 fine and alcohol assessment. * Brian C. Demmerly, 22, formerly of Marshfield; violation of probation for causing a child to view sexually explicit material; 21/2 years in prison with credit given for 308 days already served, plus 21/2 years of extended supervision. * Gregory A. Canfield, 28, of 409 W. Fourth St., Neillsville; default judgment; drunken driving; $803 fine, seven-month driver's license revocation and alcohol assessment. * Jesse R. Krueger, 19, of 5815 County Road A, Pittsville; default judgments; underage drinking and second offense operating while suspended; fines totaling $435. * Kevin J. Meyer, 42, of S338 E. 26th Road, Marshfield; default judgments; hit-and-run property adjacent to highway and failure to notify police of accident; fines totaling $498. * Joseph W. Vollert, 18, of 6410 Highway N, Arpin; default judgments; underage drinking and in park after hours; fines totaling $403.50.


Courts

* Marcus R. Amundson, 23, 5306 Camp Phillips Road, Weston, made an initial appearance Sept. 2 on a felony charge of second-degree reckless endangerment and misdemeanor charges of battery and disorderly conduct. The court ordered a $10,000 signature bond and set a hearing for Sept. 9. Amundson was arrested Aug. 31 after a woman told police that he hit her in twice in the arm and rammed his car into hers while she and a 5-month old child were inside, according to court records. * Christine A. Bachar, 47, 1661 Wuertzburg Road, Athens, made an initial appearance Sept. 2 on a felony charge of second-degree reckless endangerment and misdemeanor charges of third-offense operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated and operating a vehicle with a revoked license. The court ordered a $10,000 signature bond and set a hearing for Sept. 9. Bachar's vehicle was stopped by an officer Aug. 31 after a report that she was driving in the wrong lane of traffic on Highway 29 in the town of Rietbrock, according to court records. * Renee M. Mullen, 19, 5506 Jean Ellen St., Weston, made an initial appearance Sept. 2 on a felony bail jumping charge and misdemeanor charges of resisting an officer and two counts of bail jumping. The court ordered a $5,000 signature bond with the first $500 to be paid in cash and set a plea hearing for Sept. 11. An officer reported that Mullen yelled profanities and resisted officers Aug. 30 after an officer stopped her for speeding in Kronenwetter, according to court records. * Charles I. Lundeen, 17, 1300 N. Ninth Ave., Wausau, made an initial appearance Sept. 2 on misdemeanor charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and bail jumping. The court ordered a $1,500 signature bond and set a hearing for Sept. 10. Lundeen gave an officer a marijuana pipe Aug. 31 while speaking with him in Wausau, according to court records. * Rebecca L. Boe, 38, 1221/2 S. Fifth Ave., Wausau, made an initial appearance Sept. 2 on misdemeanor charges of retail theft and bail jumping. The court reinstated bond and set a hearing for Sept. 9. Boe and another woman were investigated for their role in a shoplifting complaint at Kohl's Department store in Rib Mountain, according to court records. * Maria L. Sommer, 24, N2516 Balsam Blvd., Merrill, made an initial appearance Sept. 2 on a misdemeanor charge of retail theft. The court reinstated bond and set a pretrial conference for Oct. 2. Sommer and another woman were investigated for their role in a shoplifting complaint at Kohl's Department store in Rib Mountain, according to court records. * Gerald W. Bakun, 57, 14499 Sturgeon Road, Baraga, Mich., made an initial appearance Sept. 2 on a misdemeanor charge of obstructing an officer. The court reinstated bond and set a pretrial conference for Oct. 2. Bakun was arrested after an officer learned that he lied during an investigation Aug. 19 in Rib Mountain, according to court records. * Daniel J. Blake, 27, 2211 Radtke Road, Weston, made an initial appearance Sept. 2 on a felony charge of substantial battery and misdemeanor charges of battery and disorderly conduct. The court ordered a $5,000 signature bond and set a pretrial conference for Oct. 17. Blake was arrested Sept. 1 after police investigated a fight at Sidetracked Bar in Wausau, according to court records. * Charles J. Betts, 33, 210 N. First Ave., Wausau, made an initial appearance Sept. 2 on a felony charge of substantial battery and misdemeanor charges of resisting an officer and disorderly conduct. The court ordered a $10,000 signature bond and set a pretrial conference for Oct. 17. Betts was arrested Aug. 31 after witnesses told police that Betts hit a man in the head with a beer glass at the 101 Pub in Wausau, according to court records.


Marie Mathwick

Marie Heier Mathwick died Sunday, Aug. 31, 2008, in Whitewater. Marie was born Dec.


Volleyball roundup: Prentice edges Athens

Taylor Literski had 12 kills and Heather Schreiner added 10 kills in Athens' five-game loss to Prentice in Marawood Conference North Division volleyball action on Tuesday.


COLUMN: Library uses 'Hoot' hoedown to go environmental

Marathon County Reads 2008 is quickly approaching and we have an exciting line-up of events for the whole family.


Police: Woman remains jailed after nearly causing head-on crash

More than 33 drivers had to swerve to avoid crashing head-on into a vehicle being driven in the wrong direction Sunday on Highway 29 by a woman who police say was drunk, sheriff's Lt.


Celebrate Marathon County Reads 2008

Marathon County Reads 2008 by Rachel Cornelius, Library Assistant at Marathon County Public Library Marathon County Reads 2008 is quickly approaching and we have an exciting line up of events for the whole ...


Campus news

Students named to the Chancellor's List for spring 2008 at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville include: Athens -- Lynn Schreiner; Irma -- Aaron Whalen; Medford -- Brian Niggemann; Merrill -- Katherine ...


Car on fire in cornfield

Emergency personnel are responding to a report of a car that is on fire in a cornfield.


Crash victim in good condition

A man received medical attention Thursday morning following a single-vehicle crash on Town Hall Road about half a mile north of Highway 29 in the village of Athens.


Our View: Take time to revel in every breath

Our View: Take time to revel in every breath July 26, 2008 What a sad and tragic week in central Wisconsin.


Our View: Take time to revel in every breath

Our View: Take time to revel in every breath July 26, 2008 What a sad and tragic week in central Wisconsin.


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