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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
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In this Aug. 25 file photo, Julian Beltran shouts directions from the sideline during a Lakeland Union High School boys’ soccer game against Kingsford, Mich., in Rhinelander. Beltran was relieved of his head coaching duties by Lakeland last week.
Jeremy Mayo/River News In this Aug. 25 file photo, Julian Beltran shouts directions from the sideline during a Lakeland Union High School boys’ soccer game against Kingsford, Mich., in Rhinelander. Beltran was relieved of his head coaching duties by Lakeland last week.
Tuesday, September 18, 2018 7:29 AM
First-year head soccer coach Julian Beltran and assistant coach Matt Thiessen were removed from their positions last Thursday due to what Lakeland Union High School athletic director Phil Updike, in an email to The Lakeland Times, described as “the current direction and climate of our JV and Varsity boys’ varsity soccer program.” (subscriber access)
  • When Oneida County sheriff Grady Hartman presented his 2019 no-increase proposed budget to the county’s public safety committee last week, he topped it off with a serious word of caution about the future: After more than a decade of no-increase budgets, the sheriff said, supervisors should be prepared to raise taxes or lose some programs, sooner rather than later. (subscriber access)
  • Woodruff businessman wants his building fixed
    The U.S. Highway 51 reconstruction project through Woodruff has caused some headaches for some business people, one of them Chuck Dicka, who’s owned the building housing his business, The Hunters’ Headquarters, for 25 years. (subscriber access)
  • Minocqua library director set to retire
    Longtime Minocqua Public Library director Mary Taylor has given notice of her intent to retire, giving the Board of Trustees time to seek a qualified candidate before she leaves the bookshelves. (subscriber access)
  • A Random Act of Kindness
    The phrase “random act of kindness,” is a popular term  used to describe good deeds done for others. (subscriber access)
  • Northwoods Wildlife Center releases adult bald eagle
    A bald eagle was recently released from the Northwoods Wildlife Center in Minocqua. (subscriber access)
  • Beltran out as head Lakeland boys’ soccer coach
    First-year head soccer coach Julian Beltran and assistant coach Matt Thiessen were removed from their positions last Thursday due to what Lakeland Union High School athletic director Phil Updike, in an email to The Lakeland Times, described as “the current direction and climate of our JV and Varsity boys’ varsity soccer program.” (subscriber access)
  • Lake Tomahawk board hears Lynne mine presentation
    By his own admission, Jeff Brown, owner of Boyle’s Resort in the town of Lynne, knows very little about mining. (subscriber access)
  • A strong south wind ripped across the Antigo High School soccer field Thursday night and, at least on the visiting Lakeland Union sideline, it was a wind of change. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland football loses brawl with Mosinee
    It was an old fashioned fist fight Friday night between the visiting Lakeland Union High School Thunderbirds and Mosinee Indians at Veterans Park, as the two teams traded blows all night. In the end, the Indians landed a few more punches and won the game 45-27. (subscriber access)
  • Students disappearing from US workforce
    Employers across the U.S. are in the throes of a major labor shortage, scrambling not only to find seasonal help but to fill full-time jobs in the trades and other industries, and, as they and labor experts look for explanations, one fact stands out more than any other: Young people in general, and especially those in school, are rapidly disappearing from the work force. (subscriber access)
  • T-Birds soccer team shut out by Mosinee
    MOSINEE?— The Lakeland Union High School soccer team came out strong Tuesday night in Mosinee, controlling the ball for most of the first half, but were unable to find the back of the net, falling to the Indians 3-0 at Edgewood Park. (subscriber access)
  • Approximately 3,200 eligible Minocqua area voters will be getting a fact sheet from the town in the next few days. (subscriber access)
  • Hunters ages 10-17 should register for Northwoods Youth Deer Hunt
    Area youth, hunting in Vilas, Oneida, Forest, Lincoln, Price and Iron counties, ages 10-17, are eligible to enter the Northwoods Youth Deer Hunt Challenge (NYDHC).  (subscriber access)
  • Life and Times on the Farm
    At the end of a long road sits a place, a piece of Arbor Vitae’s history, that still lives in the memories of all those who have been there. (subscriber access)
  • Deer archery season opens this weekend
    This weekend is one many Northwoods residents and visitors alike look forward to. It is the opening weekend of archery season. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland Union High School girls’ tennis team picked up its first Great Northern Conference win of the season on Thursday, defeating Phillips 7-0 at the LUHS tennis courts, but didn’t have the same fortune against a couple of GNC schools in a non-conference dual on Saturday — swept at home by both Medford and Stevens Point Pacelli. (subscriber access)
  • Look out below!
    Henry Hoerneman cuts under Ryan Russell as Russell jumps off the ski ramp during the Manitowish Waters Skiing Skeeters show Sept. 2. (subscriber access)
  • Future marathoner
    Three-year-old Henry joins his father Luke Jeanmaire during his cool down routine after winning the No Frills Half Marathon with a time of 1:25:04 on Saturday, Sept. 8, on the Bearskin Trail in Minocqua. (subscriber access)
  • Muffed punt and turnovers prove costly in home loss to Antigo
    Lakeland had a 13-7 lead and the momentum after forcing an Antigo punt in the 4th quarter. Then senior Jake Rexroade muffed the punt inside the five-yard line and Red Robins senior Korbin Krueger recovered the ball in the endzone for an Antigo touchdown and everything went downhill for the T-Birds. (subscriber access)
  • SW Wisconsin Deer and Predator Study shows some probable  affects of CWD on deer herd
    In January of this year, the Department of Natural Resources started its second adult deer capture season as part of the deer and predator study in southwest Wisconsin. (subscriber access)
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