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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
  • Making a splash
    After finding five or six eggs during Camp Jorn’s Easter Eggstravaganza in Manitowish Waters on Saturday, April 20, Archer Peter of Manitowish Waters, finds a mud puddle to splash in.
  • ‘Amazing Race’ sends Lakeland WINGS program on fast-paced business tour
    Finding a job suitable to one’s preferences, skills and lifestyle can be a challenge — one the students of Lakeland WINGS (Working Independently And Gaining Self-Determination) Program out of Lakeland Union High School (LUHS) were up to April 17 during an “Amazing Race to Employment” around town. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland softball cruises to victory
    There is no better feeling than putting something together and having it be complete. That feeling was captured with the Lakeland softball team on April 18.

    More cold weather that day made for a chilly game between Northland Pines and Lakeland at Phillips High School. But it was the Thunderbirds rallying together for a dominant 12-0 victory. (subscriber access)
  • Pier pressure at Minocqua Town Board meeting
    The Minocqua Town Board tabled a decision regarding a pier system on the northwest side of the bridge on Thoroughfare Road. (subscriber access)
    
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  • Lakeland softball cruises to victory
    There is no better feeling than putting something together and having it be complete. That feeling was captured with the Lakeland softball team on April 18.

    More cold weather that day made for a chilly game between Northland Pines and Lakeland at Phillips High School. But it was the Thunderbirds rallying together for a dominant 12-0 victory. (subscriber access)
  • The wind and the rain were non-stop on Wednesday, April 17, but that didn’t prevent the Lakeland golf team from getting in some action. The team was scheduled to play its first match of the season at Two Oaks North Golf Club in Wautoma, but the meet was canceled halfway through and was unofficial. (subscriber access)
  • Bad weather earlier in the week brought about another doubleheader for Lakeland baseball, playing two games of split personalities. The doubleheader featured two games against Northland Pines at Woodside Sports Complex in Mauston. The first game was a choppy one for Lakeland, as the Eagles took the game 9-3. (subscriber access)
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