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Last ride
There was plenty of snow across the North Woods for snowmobilers to take one final ride last weekend. The trails closed Monday in Vilas and Oneida counties.                                —Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
Tuesday, April 01, 2014 1:43 PM
 
Tough winter
While the winter of 2013-’14 already was stressful enough for the deer herd, an additional three inches of snow fell in the North Woods last Thursday evening. While deer are following trails through the woods, a spring thaw finally arrived Sunday giving some relief to wildlife, including deer and turkeys.                                     —Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
Tuesday, April 01, 2014 1:42 PM
 
Suspect charged in 2011 shooting in Three Lakes
By News-Review Staff

A Brillion man has been charged in Oneida County Circuit Court for his alleged involvement in the shooting of a Three Lakes man three years ago.

Daniel J. Frausto, 38, who is currently serving jail time in the Waupun Correctional Institution, faces three felony charges in a burglary and shooting of Donald G. DalPonte in the town of Three Lakes Feb. 9, 2011.

Frausto has been charged with first-degree reckless injury,

Tuesday, April 01, 2014 1:41 PM
 
The Dome deemed safe, says structural engineers
By Gary Ridderbusch
News-Review Editor

The historic Eagle River Sports Arena, temporarily closed last month until possible structural damage to the roof was inspected, has been deemed safe, according to an Eagle River Recreation Association (ERRA) official.

“We had a structural engineer who specializes in wooden structures come in and he determined the building is safe to use,” said ERRA President Robert “Mac” McDonald.

Several weeks ago, ERRA Board members noticed a wooden beam in the roof’s south end that appeared to be weak.

“The structural engineer said the slight sag

Tuesday, April 01, 2014 1:39 PM
 
Waldron, Rose named chairs for Northwoods Relay For Life
This year's Northwoods Relay For Life honorary chairs with the guests who introduced them include, from left, Julie Welnetz, honorary survivor Peg Waldron, honorary caregiver Lolly Rose and Mary Kay Horant.                          —Photo By Kitty Sookochoff
By News-Review Staff

About 75 people were present for the 2014 kickoff of the Northwoods Relay For Life at Eagle Waters Resort last week as committee member Amy Sookochoff announced this year’s goals of 30 teams, 200 survivors and a fundraising target of $84,000.

During the evening, Peg Waldron of Eagle River and Lolly Rose of St. Germain were named as the honorary chairpersons for this year’s Relay.

Waldron, who is a five- year survivor of colorectal cancer,

Tuesday, April 01, 2014 1:38 PM
 
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