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Plea deal reached in June, 2022 hit-and-run involving death case

A 25-year-old Lac du Flambeau woman who was charged with four felony counts and the state reached a plea deal in Vilas County Court on Monday.

Construction begins to replace Camp Agawak’s new main lodge

Camp Agawak owner and director Mary Stichert-Fried welcomed members of the media and community to a groundbreaking event signaling the start of a new chapter for the 102-year-old camp.

Farrell appointed as new supervisor by Manitowish Waters town board

Joan Farrell was appointed by the Manitowish Waters town board recently to replace former town supervisor Bob Becker, who was re-elected in April but stepped down from the board because of an unexpected move to the Milwaukee area with his wife.

Minocqua Country Club gets picked to host 2024 Wisconsin State Open

Minocqua Country Club (MCC) has been scheduled by the Professional Golfers Association’s (PGA) Wisconsin Section to host the 104th Wisconsin State Open Championship in August of 2024.

Manitowish Waters town board holds public hearing for shared EMS

The Manitowish Waters town board held a public hearing Sept. 12 with regard to forming a four-town emergency medical service (EMS) district. Manitowish Waters, Boulder Junction, Presque Isle and Winchester are the four towns involved.

Newbold town board supports OCBWTC’s effort for Rookery Run national designation

The Newbold town board on Sept. 14 formally agreed to support the Oneida County Biking and Walking Trail Council (OCBWTC) in pursuing National Recreation Trail (NRT) recognition for the trails at Rookery Run.

LUHS class of 1963 set to hold its 60 year class reunion tomorrow in Minocqua

If you think your high school class is good with keeping in touch, you may want to think again. That’s because it’s evident that Lakeland Union High School’s (LUHS) graduating class of 1963 has mastered the art of high school reunions (that is, if you want to consider class reunions an art).

LUHS board sets its goals for 2023-24 school year

Lakeland Union High School’s (LUHS) board of education informally agreed on its goals for the 2023-24 school year during a committee of the whole meeting on Monday.

Presque Isle town board sets special election date

During a Sept. 7 meeting, the two-person Presque Isle town board scheduled the court ordered special election for town chairman on Tuesday, Nov. 14.

Fifield town board meets illegally behind closed doors over disciplined first responder

During a Sept. 5 special meeting, the Fifield town board went behind closed doors and convened into “executive session” for about 20 minutes regarding the discipline of Pike Lake Fire Department first responder Mike Sloane.

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