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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
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Nearly 400 people gathered at the St. Germain Community Center Tuesday evening to vote on another building proposal presented by the town of St. German. The proposal failed, 292 votes to 96.
Brian Jopek/Lakeland Times
Nearly 400 people gathered at the St. Germain Community Center Tuesday evening to vote on another building proposal presented by the town of St. German. The proposal failed, 292 votes to 96.
Friday, November 2, 2018 7:29 AM
Precisely two months after a vote of electors, the town of St. Germain conducted for a new community center failed, a second, scaled down proposal met the same fate. (subscriber access)
  • Testing deer for CWD is fast, easy and free
    The nine-day gun deer hunt opens this weekend and hunters are expected to hit the woods in full force. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland Pantry: Neighbor helping neighbor
    Lorna Springate is director of the Lakeland Pantry, a position which has shown her the kindness, generosity and gratitude the community is filled with.  (subscriber access)
  • Participation stretched thin in LUHS sports
    Practices started for another slate of winter sports teams and while coaches began preparing their athletes for the field of play, a never-ending competition was already underway for those very players to field. (subscriber access)
  • ‘It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas’
    Jessica Grafwallner holds her nine-month-old daughter Reagan to get a better look at the Christmas Wreath for sale by the St. Germain Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization on Saturday, Nov. 10, at the Christmas Bazaar inside the St. Germain Community Center. (subscriber access)
  • Families of the Fallen cabin at Camp American Legion reconsidered
    A cabin for families of fallen military personnel at Camp American Legion in Lake Tomahawk will be reimagined and relocated to better accommodate funding resources, Wisconsin American Legion officials told The Lakeland Times last week.  (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls’ basketball looks to repeat as conference champions after  two perfect GNC seasons
    The girls’ basketball team began practice this past week, and as they begin a second straight Great Northern conference title defense, head coach Melissa Ouimette is aware of the targets on their back. (subscriber access)
  • Girls’ swim team gains valuable experience in 2018
    The young Lakeland girls’ swim team had a strong season to build upon. (subscriber access)
  • Veterans Celebration
    The Ogichidaa Singers perform as the LdF Color Guard enters during the annual Veterans Day Celebration for all armed forces veterans on Saturday, Nov. 10, at the Lake of the Torches Resort Casino in Lac du Flambeau.  (subscriber access)
  • STOP! Illegal passing of school buses on the rise
    An Oct. 30 incident in Rochester, Ind., involving the driver of a pickup truck who allegedly struck and killed three children is one of a few in the past two weeks to bring the matter of child safety at school bus stops to the forefront of the national consciousness. (subscriber access)
  • Evers defeats Walker in Wisconsin blue wave
    A blue wave did not sweep across the nation Tuesday as much as Democrats had hoped, but in Wisconsin the story was different as a blue tide washed away Gov. Scott Walker, attorney general Brad Schimel, and every other Republican running for statewide office. (subscriber access)
  • History comes alive at the Minocqua Public Library’s Dinner with Theodore Roosevelt
    On the evening of Saturday, Nov. 3, if you found yourself meandering the downtown streets of Minocqua, you may have heard history wafting through the cool night air. What you were listening to was the whimsical, exuberant and sometimes sad rendition of former President Theodore Roosevelt’s memoirs as told through the mind’s eye of the world’s premiere Roosevelt impersonator, Joe Wiegand.  (subscriber access)
  • Nashville Dreams
    Dreaming small” turned out big for Lakeland Union High School student Joey Jurries as he traveled to Nashville to meet and perform with country-Christian music star Josh Wilson. (subscriber access)
  • Opioids, substance abuse topics of Arbor Vitae talk
    “We have a problem,” Mike Larson said last Thursday in Arbor Vitae. (subscriber access)
  • Ellen Tran sentencing set for Dec. 11
    The sentencing hearing for the former Newbold woman convicted Oct. 25 of first-degree reckless homicide in the death of 20-month-old Avery Edwards has been set for 9 a.m. Dec. 11. (subscriber access)
  • Former Packer visits LdF School for anti-bullying presentation
    Although Gilbert Brown, former nose tackle for the Green Bay Packers, made a career out of overpowering offensive linemen, he’s made his post football years all about empowering kids. (subscriber access)
  • St. Germaine: LdF lawyer and Oorang Indians pro footballer
    Many recognize the name St. Germaine. (subscriber access)
  • St. Germain voters turn down a scaled back building proposal
    Precisely two months after a vote of electors, the town of St. Germain conducted for a new community center failed, a second, scaled down proposal met the same fate. (subscriber access)
  • Trunk treating time
    Four-year-old pirate Dezmond Greatsinger and his six-year-old unicorn sister Sophia embark on a mission to get treats during the Trunk-or-Treat event on Tuesday, Oct. 30, at the Plum Lake Library parking lot in Sayner.  (subscriber access)
  • Great seasons  in the  Great Northern
    There were plenty of Thunderbirds listed among the Great Northern Conference’s elite athletes when the fall sports all-conference selections were released Monday morning. (subscriber access)
  • One Man’s Initiative:  Help Nicaragua, help ourselves
    For more than 20 years, a Lakeland area part-time resident and college professor has dedicated his kindness and initiative to Nicaragua-Direct program, a humanitarian assistance initiative he founded.  (subscriber access)
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