E-Editions | Subscriptions | Contact Us | About Us | Classifieds | FREE Classified - Items Under $50 | Photos | FREE E-Editions
Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Lily’s House representative Braden Bayne-Allison receives a check from Associated Bank colleagues Mary Jo Regnier and Karen McCabe on Jan. 3. Contributed photograph.
Lily’s House representative Braden Bayne-Allison receives a check from Associated Bank colleagues Mary Jo Regnier and Karen McCabe on Jan. 3. Contributed photograph.
Tuesday, January 21, 2020 7:29 AM
During the holiday season, Associated Bank’s Minocqua Island branch dedicated their Giving Tree to the Tri-County Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse — Lily’s House. They collected numerous items of need as well as monetary donations.
  • Grabbin’ some air
    Eight-year-old Ellah Holtger grabs some air after hitting a bump while sledding during the Winter Park Community Celebration on Saturday, Jan. 18, in Boulder Junction.
  • Associated Bank’s Giving Tree donations go to Lily’s House
    During the holiday season, Associated Bank’s Minocqua Island branch dedicated their Giving Tree to the Tri-County Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse — Lily’s House. They collected numerous items of need as well as monetary donations.
  • Basket weaving class at LOLA on Jan. 24
    Basket weaver Dianne Mockler returns to Land O’ Lakes Arts (LOLA) to teach the “Snack Attack Basket Weaving Class” from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 24, 2020.
  • Extension of Oneida County will host Master Gardener Volunteer Training in Oneida County every Thursday from Jan. 23 through April 16. The cost is $90, which includes 36 hours of training, a training manual, and one year WIMGA WI Master Gardener Membership, as well as other perks.
  • To help people age well, the Alzheimer’s Association® is offering the “Healthy Living for Your Brain and Body: Tips from the Latest Research” program. Healthy Living for your Brain and Body will be held from 12:30 to 2 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 23 at the ADRC of Vilas County (330 Court Street, Eagle River).

  • Torch ride pit stop
    Representatives from local snowmobile clubs stop at the Bearskin Trailhead in Minocqua on Jan. 16 during this year’s Badger State Winter Games torch ride. Club members from Wausau, Merrill, Tomahawk, Hazelhurst and Minocqua made stops in each town and passed the torch off to one another.
  • The Turtle River Pursuit Cross Country Ski event is scheduled for the weekend of Feb. 15 and 16, at MECCA Trails in Mercer.
  • The Minocqua Salvation Army is holding a community meeting from noon to 1 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 24 at the Minocqua Public Library to gather input to help with the 2020 bell ringing campaign.
  • The public is invited to view the movie “Unplanned” at 6 p.m. on Jan. 23 at Peace Lutheran Church, 10868 Old 51 North in Arbor Vitae.  
  • Register now for the third annual Forest Frenzy Winter Triathlon, which returns to Boulder Junction on Feb. 15.
  • The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is conducting a public involvement meeting to discuss improvements to storm water drainage on WIS 47, from Woodruff to Lac du Flambeau in Vilas County.
  • The Enchanted Doll Club of the Northwoods will hold its monthly meeting at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 23 in the Eagle Room of the Walter E. Olson Library.
  • Discovering the world of cross-country skiing
    There were only two kilometers left in the race, but Ron Capacio didn’t think he was going to make it. Having already skied 73K from Hameenlinna through Finland’s grueling terrain, his body had hit the dreaded wall. (subscriber access)
  • ‘Route 2’ documentary to highlight flyover states, rural life
    Running the far northern edge of Wisconsin — and the nation — is US Highway 2. The corridor covers a rich history and scenery from Everett, Washington to St. Ignace, Michigan. The film “Route 2 Elsewhere” will examine life along life in these rural flyover states. (subscriber access)
  • ICORE receives Gogebic Range Health Foundation grant
    Iron County Outdoor Recreation Enthusiasts (ICORE) has received a $20,000 grant from the Gogebic Range Health Foundation. ICORE president Mike Ondresky said the funds will be used for improvements to the Hurley Trailhead on Highway 51, and to help create a new walking and biking trail connecting Montreal to Hurley.
Looking for something older? Try our archive search
E-Editions | Subscriptions | Contact Us | About Us | Classifieds | FREE Classified - Items Under $50 | Photos | FREE E-Editions
Software © 1998-2020
1up! Software, All Rights Reserved.