Dozens of children visited with Santa Claus Saturday afternoon in downtown Eagle River. Hailey Boehm, 9, of Kenosha shared her wish list with Santa at The Warehouse following the Walk with Santa.  —Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
The Three Lakes community celebrated its annual lighting of the lights this past Friday evening. A family takes times for a photo in Santa’s sleigh. The event kicks off the holiday season each year in Three Lakes. —Photos By Collette Sorgel
Parsons of Eagle River recently completed its Christmas shopping promotion, with customers donating an item for the Vilas Food Pantry getting a chance to sign up for a local shopping spree. Taking part in the presentation were, front row from left,... more
The Eagle River Business Association held its annual Walk with Santa last Saturday afternoon. Some of the scenes from Wall Street in downtown Eagle River included: first, visitors were treated to horse-drawn sleigh rides by Rocking W Stables; and... more
Lukas Otto works to gain possession from a De Pere defender as he moves into the Falcons’ offensive zone during their 5-2 win.        —Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
Having the luxury of a full bench and a packed house of hockey fans inside the Eagle River Sports Arena this past Saturday helped spur the Eagle River Falcons to a 5-2 win over the De Pere Deacons in Great Lakes Hockey League action.“It was... more
Workers with the Eagle River Light and Water Utility placed holiday decorations on light poles along Highway 45 North in Eagle River last week. Holiday kick-off events are planned this Thanksgiving weekend.                  —STAFF PHOTO
Lukas Otto works to gain possession from a De Pere defender as he moves into the Falcons’ offensive zone during their 5-2 win.        —Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH

Choirs announce holiday concerts

 The Northwoods Singers and The Northwoods Youth Choir will present two performances of “Carols By Candlelight” this holiday season.
Kelly McGill, left, and DNR wildlife research scientist Chris Pollentier examine a turkey feather following the recent Sayner-St. Germain Fish and Wildlife Club meeting. Pollentier explained determining the age of a turkey by its feathers and feather configuration.           —Photo By Wally Geist

DNR scientist talks turkey to club

Chris Pollentier, an upland wildlife research scientist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR), recently presented a program on wild turkeys to members of the Sayner-St.

Breakfast slated at Reiter Center

The Three Lakes Women’s Club will host a holiday breakfast at the Reiter Center in Three Lakes, Wednesday, Dec. 7, at 9:30 a.m.
Joseph Warren Larson, left, and his mother, Jean Warren Larson, center, will present a program next summer about “I Believe,” a book of writings by their grandfather and father, the Rev. Claude Warren, the first resident pastor at Ely Memorial Church in Land O’ Lakes 90 years ago. Land O’ Lakes Historical Society President Barbara Nehring recently accepted their book donation.	—Contributed Photo

Pastor shares writings, memoirs in new book

Land O’ Lakes Historical Society President Barbara Nehring has announced receiving a copy of the book, “I Believe,” from the writer’s daughter, Jean Warren Larson.
Tim Gould of Shopko Hometown in Eagle River presents William Mayo of St. Philip Neri Apostolic Church with $300 to help fund a new organ.             —STAFF PHOTO

Shopko Donates

Tim Gould of Shopko Hometown in Eagle River presents William Mayo of St. Philip Neri Apostolic Church with $300 to help fund a new organ. —STAFF PHOTO

Legion looking for help assembling service roll

Three Lakes schools and Three Lakes American Legion Post 431 are joining hands to help prepare a military service honor roll depicting all Three Lakes students who have ever served in uniform.

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St. Germain Lioness Club recently held Lunch With Santa offering children a variety of holiday crafts and activities.