Eagle Waters Resort recently donated $1,000 to the Sno-Eagles Snowmobile Club of Eagle River using funds raised at a St. Patrick’s Day benefit. Taking part in the check presentation were, from left, Laura Koranda of Eagle Waters and Ken Storms of... more
Northland Pines senior Maddie Smith signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at the University of Wisconsin-Madison next fall. Watching the signing at Pines last Wednesday were her parents, Craig and Julie Smith of St. Germain.               —Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
Northland Pines volleyball standout Maddie Smith has signed a national letter of intent to join the University of Wisconsin Badger volleyball team in the fall as a preferred walk-on. Following the formal signing in front of teammates, coaches,... more
Northland Pines pitcher Josh Meier fired the ball toward home plate against Antigo at home Thursday. He allowed just three earned runs in six innings.   —Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
The Northland Pines baseball team opened Great Northern Conference (GNC) play at Medford last Tuesday, losing to the Raiders 13-2. The Eagles’ Isaac Haiduk got the start on the mound, going 41⁄3 innings recording three strikeouts. George Jackson... more
Student performers included, from left, Gillian Bellman as Princess Jasmine, Langdon Langhoff, Piper Snedden, and Alex Gengler as Jammal;
The Northland Pines Middle School eighth-grade drama club put on two public performances of “The Magical Lamp of Aladdin” last Friday and Saturday in the high school auditorium. 
More than 30 of the 2015 Youth Art Month awards participants were present at a recent ceremony at Olson Memorial Library in Eagle River. After receiving awards for their art, the library provided snacks for event attendees. 	    —Staff Photo By ANTHONY DREW
More than 100 area residents recently gathered at Walter E. Olson Memorial Library for the 2015 Youth Art Month awards reception, viewing the works of young artists from kindergarten through 12th grade. There were various awards, including the... more
The Senior Eagle River Volunteer Enterprise held its fourth annual Salad Luncheon and Card Party Saturday at the Kalmar Senior Center. An array of salads and desserts were served for all who attended, and there were card games after lunch. Event... more
Northland Pines senior Maddie Smith signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at the University of Wisconsin-Madison next fall. Watching the signing at Pines last Wednesday were her parents, Craig and Julie Smith of St. Germain.               —Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
Northland Pines pitcher Josh Meier fired the ball toward home plate against Antigo at home Thursday. He allowed just three earned runs in six innings.   —Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
Student performers included, from left, Gillian Bellman as Princess Jasmine, Langdon Langhoff, Piper Snedden, and Alex Gengler as Jammal;
More than 30 of the 2015 Youth Art Month awards participants were present at a recent ceremony at Olson Memorial Library in Eagle River. After receiving awards for their art, the library provided snacks for event attendees. 	    —Staff Photo By ANTHONY DREW

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The 2015-’16 open water fishing season will begin with high hopes and a brighter future for the northern Wisconsin tourism industry now that the state has made it clear that a three-walleye daily

5-fish daily limit still applies: DNR

While the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) issued a press release last week announcing that the Natural Resources Board approved an emergency rule for a three-walleye bag limit on most lakes
Homeowners should dial 811 before undergoing any project that involves a shovel this spring, allowing utility personnel to come on-site and mark the locations of underground natural gas pipeline and electrical line. 	 		—Contributed Photo

WPS reminds public to call 811 before digging

With yard projects starting up again this spring, Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) has reminded the public to call 811 or visit diggershotline.com before any project involving digging begins.

Council updated on $1.35 million street project

The $1.35 million reconstruction of Division Street — beginning at the intersection with Railroad Street and ending at the intersection with Second Street — was explained at a public informationa

Kolinski joins Century 21

Century 21 Burkett & Associates has announced that Cliff Kolinsky has joined the firm as a real estate sales agent.

Roadwork begins

Lisa McGeshick of Crandon controls the flow of traffic in the southbound lane of Highway 70 April 20 in downtown St.

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The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest (CNNF) will reduce services at select campgrounds, trails and other recreational sites t

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Back in the fall of 2012, my husband developed a genuine need for a generator.