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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
  • Art of bookbinding preserved, in action in Arbor Vitae
    Art of bookbinding preserved, in action in Arbor Vitae
    Never judge a book by its cover — but maybe by its binding. For Florian Bieschke, a bookbinder in Arbor Vitae restoring books ranging from highly valuable antique books to those which simply hold sentimental value, it’s all about the art. (subscriber access)
  • Mercer girls’ basketball splits two games
    Mercer girls’ basketball splits two games
    The Mercer girls’ basketball team continued its season with a couple of games yielding different results. (subscriber access)
  • A legendary love of deer hunting
    A legendary love of deer hunting
    Kay Nicklaus learned early on in her marriage to husband Ronald how powerful an influence deer hunting can be. (subscriber access)
  • Shop with a Cop spreads holiday cheer
    Shop with a Cop spreads holiday cheer
    The toy isles at the Minocqua Walmart were full of a little extra Christmas cheer last Thursday night as officers from various law enforcement agencies in Vilas and Oneida County helped put some big smiles on the faces of 16 children during the annual Shop with a Cop event. (subscriber access)
    
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  • Residents of Big Thunder Lane and Redpoll Lane approached the Lac du Flambeau Town Board on Wednesday, Dec. 4, about pursuing options through which the town of Lac du Flambeau could take ownership of those private easement roads. (subscriber access)
  • Attorneys for Lakeland Times general manager Heather Holmes and for the Rhinelander mayor, city council, and four council members have exchanged salvos over Holmes’s lawsuit alleging a walking quorum violation of the state’s open meetings law by the defendants, with the defendants seeking dismissal and Holmes’s attorneys vigorously opposing the motion. (subscriber access)
  • St. Germain town supervisors Monday debated a proposed resolution to make the municipality a Second Amendment “sanctuary” town. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland Union High School could see some changes in not only how student searches are conducted, but the personal effects students are allowed to have with them throughout the day. (subscriber access)
  • An arrest warrant is open for a former Lac du Flambeau man after he failed to appear for a bench trial in Oneida County Circuit Court on Tuesday morning before Judge Michael Bloom and special state prosecution out of Madison. (subscriber access)
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