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SMILE Boaters!

Anthony Jensen of Eagle River, a technician with Milwaukee-based Pieper Power, works on installation of a camera for the Schoolhouse …

Two local cemeteries added to Wreaths Across America

Every year in December, Wreaths Across America (WAA) provides the opportunity for friends and loved ones of U.S. veterans to …

Lac du Flambeau town board continues to seek answers from LdF tribe on road issue

A letter has been sent by Lac du Flambeau town chairman Matt Gaulke to John Johnson, Sr., president of the …

Nominations open for Leadership Oneida County awards

The Rhinelander Area Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for two leadership awards to be presented at its annual Leadership …

St. Germain to spend remaining ARPA funds on pavilion replacement

The St. Germain town board during an April 8 meeting voted three-to-one with one abstention to spend a windfall of …

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Soccer: Hodag offense erupts in 9-1 rout of Mosinee

Sophie Miljevich scored three times, Vivian Lamers added a pair of goals and the Hodags made short work of Mosinee, …

LUHS softball wins home opener

The Lakeland softball team took care of business in their home opener against Northland Pines.

T-bird track teams finish in second place in Rhinelander

The Lakeland track and field teams put together some top performances in their first outdoor meet of the season on …

Aubrey Schoeneman named Division III All-American

Aubrey Schoeneman was a star volleyball and track and field athlete for the Mercer Tigers. She’s shining brightly for the …

Lakeland’s bats break out in loss at Pacelli

Looking to get back in the win column, the Lakeland baseball team suffered two non-conference road losses in different ways.
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Governor Evers vetoes bucks-only bill for Northern hunters

With last fall’s deer harvest down almost 30 percent in the Northern Forest from 2022 and over down over 19 …

Wolf conflicts not reported properly

Recently there have been a number of people on social media talking about wolf conflicts they have experienced around the …

Cool- and cold-water fish likely affected most by climate patterns

Dr. Holly Embke was this month’s Science on Tap presenter and spoke about Midwest fisheries and how changes in climate …

Presentation takes ‘A new look at an old way to fix broken lakes’

The Midwest Glacial Lakes Partnership hosts lake conservation webinars to share science, management and outreach efforts with stakeholders and partners.

Fish Like a GIRL

It may come as surprise to some (but certainly not to others) that I sometimes have a hard time quieting …

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