4 missing Boy Scouts found safe near Wisconsin-Illinois border

Authorities say the four boys had been last seen on the Sugar River in Wisconsin while canoeing with the rest of their troop. But the boys became separated from the group at a portage near Sugar River Park.
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Authorities say the four boys had been last seen on the Sugar River in Wisconsin while canoeing with the rest of their troop. But the boys became separated from the group at a portage near Sugar River Park.

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