Snow storm leaves 3,000 without power in northern Wis.

Wisconsin Public Service says snow on power lines and trees caused branches and wires to touch power lines, tripping the outages.
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Wisconsin Public Service says snow on power lines and trees caused branches and wires to touch power lines, tripping the outages.

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