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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
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The Minocqua J1 District Board of Education heard a proposal and bid for a SmartLab from instructor Jason Yates on Jan. 29. Pictured, from left, are board members Lynn RedenBaugh, Tracy Petrie, Joan Christgau, vice president Christy Seidel and president Mary Whitman. Also pictures is district administrator Dr. Jim Ellis.
Kayla Houp/Lakeland Tiimes
The Minocqua J1 District Board of Education heard a proposal and bid for a SmartLab from instructor Jason Yates on Jan. 29. Pictured, from left, are board members Lynn RedenBaugh, Tracy Petrie, Joan Christgau, vice president Christy Seidel and president Mary Whitman. Also pictures is district administrator Dr. Jim Ellis.
Tuesday, February 5, 2019 7:30 AM
At its meeting Jan. 29, the Minocqua J1 School District Board of Education heard a proposal and bid from Jason Yates regarding the implementation of a SmartLab at the Minocqua-Hazelhurst-Lake Tomahawk elementary school. (subscriber access)
  • Colorful crew
    Stacey Baker uses a leaf blower to remove colored powder and a colorful wig from principal Rich Fortier after the Color Run Kickoff special CREW assembly on Wednesday, March 20, at Arbor Vitae-Woodruff School. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland STAR PAES Lab named first of its kind in the nation
    When Lakeland STAR School/Academy, a charter school for students with autism, opened in September 2018, it was one of the first of its kind in the state of Wisconsin. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls soccer starting off early
    With spring break in the rear view mirror, the Lakeland Union High School girls soccer team was busy perfecting their craft at 6 a.m. this week. (subscriber access)
  • Thunderbirds fly in first track meet
    The smiles were abundant and the competition fierce as Lakeland Union High School hosted the first track meet of the year. (subscriber access)
  • Souper LOOPERS
    Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest ranger Nikki Kloes pulls three-year-old Eden Feind in a sled followed by Glen 

    Pedretti during the “Loop and Soup” snowshoe hike at the Crystal Lake Nature Center on Saturday, March 16, in Boulder Junction. (subscriber access)
  • Vilas County’s veterans service officer to retire
    Vilas County’s veterans service officer, Mike Biszak, informed the county board’s executive and legislative committee on March 11 he was retiring effective May 3. (subscriber access)
  • Community in his heart
    Lyle Gehrke, 88, is a humble man. (subscriber access)
  • Melting snow poses problems for drivers and homeowners
    The five feet of snow which dropped on the Northwoods over the past month had to go somewhere once it melted, and right now a lot of it is ponding on streets and seeping into basements. (subscriber access)
  • Manitowish Waters lays out building plans
    On Tuesday, March 19, the town of Manitowish Waters will conduct a meeting of the electors which will determine the fate of three proposals, two of them building additions and the third a for a brand new fire station.  (subscriber access)
  • Plum Lake could see new fire department
    Plum Lake residents at this week’s town board meeting got a peek at what could become the community’s new fire department. (subscriber access)
  • 2018-19 a season of progress for Lakeland boys hockey
    It was a steady season of progress for the Lakeland boys hockey team in 2018-19. (subscriber access)
  • The secret of life: Robin Coleman’s story
    Robin Coleman has a story to tell. It won’t fit into the pages of this newspaper, and it’s bigger than the 176 sheets he typed it up on, “just for family.” No, Coleman’s story is larger than any tidy narrative one might hope to cram it into; it’s a story bursting at the seams with unbearable loss, stubborn hope, and transcendent joy, and it starts all the way back in the Thirteen Colonies. (subscriber access)
  • TOY STORY
    Monica Delgertsogt as “Buzz Lightyear” performs a basket while Victoria Seidel as “Woody” and Kirsten Wotruba as “Jesse” perform shoot the ducks during the “Toy Story Medley.” (subscriber access)
  • Newest Proposal on red brick schoolhouse
    Voters in St. Germain may soon be asked to weigh in on $2.7 million plan for the renovation of the red brick schoolhouse. (subscriber access)
  • Senior men’s curling team going for gold
    With the winter months cruising by, we have seen many sports such as hockey, basketball and more thrive. But a sport that one might not be too familiar with is that of curling. (subscriber access)
  • Thunderbird girls’ hockey skating on thin ice
    There are choppy waters within the walls of Lakeland Union High School and it points to the situation with the girls’ hockey team.  (subscriber access)
  • Hometown boy:
    Lenny Drewsen may be retiring from his longtime position as Woodruff Police Department chief of police, but not from his love and passion for living in the Lakeland area. (subscriber access)
  • How to Deter a Robber
    Summer people. They’re not locals, they’re not tourists, they’re somewhere in between, returning to Minocqua when the temperatures climb safely out of the polar vortex range, staying for a weekend or for months, often at a family cabin, sometimes one that’s been in the family for generations, before packing up just as the temperatures begin their slide down that oh-so-slippery slope, returning to their “real lives” so they can do whatever needs to be done to make it back up north again the following year.  (subscriber access)
  • Fire destroys Three Lakes hotel, restaurant
    Three Lakes residents were stunned late Monday night as the Oneida Village Inn was a total loss to a conflagration, the second downtown business to be lost to fire in less than a month. (subscriber access)
  • All-conference selections released for girls’ 
and boys’ hoops and girls’ hockey
    A number of Lakeland Union athletes were named among the elite in the Great Northern Conference when all-conference selections were released this past Saturday for girls’ and boys’ basketball and girls’ hockey. (subscriber access)
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