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The people of Wausau, Wisc., are proud of their community. As the last city before the great Northwoods, this metro area is the retail, commercial and cultural hub for north and central Wisconsin. Wausau leads the nation in per capita giving to the arts and is home to many prestigious philanthropic organizations. The city is also home to the oldest annual Blues Festival in the state, the Festival of Fine Arts, a Renaissance Faire, and a strong, stable employment base.

City Pages was created in 1993 in response to a cry for an alternative source of local news. Public response was immediate and overwhelming. City Pages' circulation and advertising revenue continue to grow each year. Circulation recently surpassed the daily's metro numbers. Our weekly news coverage always includes in-depth articles on local and regional topics, challenging some conventional wisdom, yet reflecting the energetic, artful and sometimes quirky character of this growing town. From politics to progress to entertainment, no other media feels the pulse of the community like City Pages.

Publication Day: Thursday
Base Circulation: 17,500
Audited Circulation: 15,906
Single-issue Readership: N/A
4-issue Cume Readership: N/A

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Audit/Readership Sources:
PRINT: Verified Audit Circulation (Sep 2011)