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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
  • Solo and silent
    Solo and silent
    Twelve-year-old Cole Will spends a warm and sunny afternoon fishing from his kayak on Friday, March 27, at the Minocqua Reservoir.
  • Minocqua Winter Park encourages exploration and social distancing
    Minocqua Winter Park encourages exploration and social distancing
    As schools, restaurants and other businesses began to close around the country due to concerns of the coronavirus, Minocqua Winter Park director Christie Terkelson and her staff knew it was only a matter of time before they would need to close the park’s chalet. (subscriber access)
  • Switching gears and brewing up solutions
    Switching gears and brewing up solutions
    With the demand for products like hand sanitizer increasing as concerns grow over the novel coronavirus, Northern Waters Distillery of Minocqua has pivoted from distilling liquor to producing sanitizer. (subscriber access)
  • Nick Kizorek commits to UW-Stevens Point football
    Nick Kizorek commits to UW-Stevens Point football
    Playing both offense and defense for the Lakeland football team during the fall 2019 season, Nick Kizorek will return to the field in a different uniform next season. (subscriber access)
    
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  • Lakeland Union High School shifts to online learning
    The Lakeland Union High School district announced its remote learning expectations starting this week. (subscriber access)
  • Meeting in open session for about five minutes last week, the Minocqua-Hazelhurst-Lake Tomahawk Board of Education approved the payment of its hourly employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. (subscriber access)
  • One person died in a two-vehicle collision March 19 on State Highway 47 near the intersection with Lower Sugarbush Road. (subscriber access)
  • Minocqua Winter Park encourages exploration and social distancing
    As schools, restaurants and other businesses began to close around the country due to concerns of the coronavirus, Minocqua Winter Park director Christie Terkelson and her staff knew it was only a matter of time before they would need to close the park’s chalet. (subscriber access)
  • Following an accident scene involving two vehicles in the town of Arbor Vitae, a Minocqua man has been arrested and jailed for operating while intoxicated — at least his second such offense. (subscriber access)
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