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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Hair raising good time at Beef-A-Rama: Seven-year-old Ivy Oswald has a blast on the Euro Bungee ride at Beef-A-Rama on Saturday, Sept. 28 in downtown Minocqua. Photo by Dean Hall/Lakeland Times.
Hair raising good time at Beef-A-Rama: Seven-year-old Ivy Oswald has a blast on the Euro Bungee ride at Beef-A-Rama on Saturday, Sept. 28 in downtown Minocqua. Photo by Dean Hall/Lakeland Times.
Friday, October 4, 2019 7:29 AM
For 55 years, the Minocqua Beef-A-Rama event has brought the fun, and the beef, to downtown Minocqua.

This past year was no different as the 55th annual Beef-A-Rama event drew thousands in for the unique, one-of-a-kind, one-day event, and it may have just been the biggest one yet. (subscriber access)
  • 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
    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
    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
    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)
  • Vilas County board passes state of emergency resolution
    The Vilas County board Tuesday approved two resolutions critical to county operations during the current COVID-19 pandemic. (subscriber access)
  • Frolicking in Boulder Junction
    A pair of white deer are spotted frolicking on Sunday, March 22, in Boulder Junction. (subscriber access)
  • T-Bird hockey puts together successful season
    In one of the most successful seasons, the Lakeland boys’ hockey team brought big wins with exciting talent, producing one of the best records in the Great Northern Conference. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland gymnastics got better and better
    The Lakeland gymnastics team fought through injuries and adversity to complete a season full of learning and growth. (subscriber access)
  • Car chase, battery leads to multiple charges for several in Lake Tomahawk
    A hang-up phone call that led police to an abandoned vehicle in rural Lake Tomahawk has resulted in a variety of battery and intimidation of witness charges against at least five area people. (subscriber access)
  • What to do when there’s nothing to do
    With lots of events and activities cancelled or postponed and schools closed, people have free time on their hands. But don’t worry — there are still opportunities to have fun. (subscriber access)
  • Thunderbirds put bow on season
    One of the highlights of the year for the Lakeland Nordic ski teams was competing at state. Another highlight is going to the Junior Nationals, something numerous Thunderbirds did recently. (subscriber access)
  • Project job search
    When Desi Knitt graduated from Project SEARCH last spring, she was excited to put her new skills to the test in a full-time job. But in the nine months that have passed since graduation, Desi has yet to find one. (subscriber access)
  • Growing gardens, tending bees, learning animals, making crafts
    Outside, the winter snow is glistening in afternoon sunlight, covering the renovated main building of Chick-A-Dee Acres Farm, Inc. where, inside, people with physical and developmental disabilities learn, make friends, obtain life skills, hone daily living skills as well as enjoy recreation and friendship. (subscriber access)
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