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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
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Lakeland’s Andre Starynski puts Rhinelander’s Ben Sinclair in a headlock during their match Jan. 10 at Rhinelander. Starynski would eventually pin Sinclair.
Jeremy mayo/for the river news

Lakeland’s Andre Starynski puts Rhinelander’s Ben Sinclair in a headlock during their match Jan. 10 at Rhinelander. Starynski would eventually pin Sinclair.
Tuesday, January 15, 2019 7:27 AM
Before the wrestling match between Lakeland and Rhinelander on Jan. 10, the two teams unveiled a new traveling trophy, The Handrick Hammer, to honor fallen friend of both programs, Tommy Handrick. (subscriber access)
  • Ogichidaa School Drummers at LdF 
learn and share culture, life skills
    Young drummers raise their voices each Monday morning, set with the booms of their drums filling the halls of Lac du Flambeau Public School, carrying behind it generations of their Native American history. (subscriber access)
  • Solo snomo
    Tom Kettler crosses the Bearskin Trail’s Minocqua Trestle on his solo snowmobile trip from Lake Tomahawk on Sunday, Jan. 20, in Minocqua. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland boys basketball gets crushed by New London
    Any hopes the Lakeland boys basketball team would snap their four game losing streak against New London on Friday, Jan. 18 were extinguished early. (subscriber acces)
  • ‘Mission Wisconsin’ aims to recruit veterans
    Local government and economic officials, and representatives from two Minocqua area businesses, gathered at Nicolet College in Rhinelander on Jan. 11 to hear state officials explain how they can be part of new initiatives designed to entice military members leaving the service to relocate to Wisconsin. (subscriber access)
  • Resort, Restaurant and relaxation
    Thousands have been discovering and rediscovering the Northwoods charm of Zastrow’s Lynx Lake Lodge and Resort for going on a remarkable 51 years. (subscriber access)
  • Second annual Little Rice chili feed a success
    Little Rice fire chief Scott Pockat was looking for something his department could to accomplish two things. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls hockey handles Northern Edge
    There was plenty to celebrate after the Lakeland girls hockey team’s 6-0 win over the Northern Edge in Antigo on Monday night.  (subscriber access)
  • Jacob Friede’s natural reaction
    To escape the drab, dreary winter weather last Wednesday, I visited the community room at the Walter E. Olson Library in Eagle River, which was bursting with vibrant color, as if a colossal vegetable garden were growing out of the walls. (subscriber access)
  • LdF Gookomis Endaad partners with Vilas County Jail for community reentry program
    To address the needs of area communities and those impacted by addiction to opioids and alcohol, the Lac du Flambeau Gookomis Endaad has partnered with the Vilas County Sheriff’s Department Jail to offer a comprehensive program which provides a healthy reentry into area communities.  (subscriber access)
  • Honoring Handrick
    The Rhinelander and Lakeland Union high school wrestling teams honored the late Tom Handrick, who served as an assistant coach for both teams, prior to a dual meet Jan. 10 at the Jim Miazga Community Gymnasium. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland wrestlers fall to Rhinelander, 
finish third at Ashland Invite
    Before the wrestling match between Lakeland and Rhinelander on Jan. 10, the two teams unveiled a new traveling trophy, The Handrick Hammer, to honor fallen friend of both programs, Tommy Handrick. (subscriber access)
  • Cruising in Arbor Vitae
    Eight-year-old Cohen Casanova of Rhinelander leads seven-year-old Ben Meyer of Michigamme, Mich., around a bend during the Wisconsin Kids Snowmobile Racing Association sponsored 206 Semi Pro race on Saturday, Jan. 12, at the Cross Country Cruiser Winter Fest in Arbor Vitae. (subscriber access)
  • LUHS Fab Lab student designs WEDC drink coaster
    In 2017, Lakeland Union High School received a grant from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) to develop a Fab Lab (a high-tech fabrication laboratory filled with 3D printers, laser engravers, computer numerical control routers and plasma cutters).  (subscriber access)
  • Thunderbirds rout Red Robins 75-38
    Using relentless defensive pressure and blistering offensive pace, the Lakeland girls basketball team rolled Antigo on Tuesday night 75-38. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland boys and girls skiers runner-up champs at Hodag Challenge
    The Lakeland Nordic Ski team traveled to Rhinelander last weekend to compete in the 2019 Ascension Hodag Challenge. (subscriber access)
  • Perch and pike  at the end of the Rainbow
    A red sun rose over the Rainbow Flowage last Saturday like a tip-up flag on the horizon, and that’s just the sight an army of anglers was hoping to see on the ice, as hundreds of fishermen turned out for the annual Rainbow Ice Fishing Jamboree.  (subscriber access)
  • Judge to rule on Mendez motion Feb. 21
    Marathon County Circuit Judge Jill Falstad is set to rule Feb. 21 on a defense motion to bar the state’s forensics consultant from testifying in the upcoming Robin Mendez murder trial. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls escape Medford with a win
    The Lakeland girls basketball team was taken to the wire Jan. 3 at Medford, but they were able to escape with a 59-55 Great Northern Conference win. (subscriber access)
  • Community Stomping Ground
    Winter Park ambassador Barb Blow, left, leads a group on a guided snowshoe hike during the Marshfield Clinic and Security Health Plan sponsored Snowshoe Expo and Community Day on Sunday, Jan. 6, at Minocqua Winter Park. (subscriber access)
  • LUHS gymnastics competes against  Wisconsin Rapids
    The Lakeland gymnastics team competed against Wisconsin Rapids on Jan. 3 at home, and despite the 110.725-53.675 team loss, a couple Thunderbirds had some very nice performances. (subscriber access)
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