The Riverview Park pickleball courts were repainted in blue and green as part of a $20,000 project. The six courts (four previously) also have new nets and standards.
The Eagle River Pickleball Association (ERPA) has completed its repair and resurfacing of the courts at Riverview Park, a project that was celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Thursday morning. Gene Nackers, treasurer of the organization,... more
Barb Nehring of Land O’ Lakes explained a piece of art to Andrea Pisarski of Stevens Point and Janae Nichols of Plano, Texas.
 Land O’ Lakes staged its 32nd annual Art Impressions last Saturday under sunny skies with highs in the mid-80s.  
With temperatures in the 80s last Saturday, many people took to the Chain of Lakes to beat the heat. Some had fun riding personal watercraft.                —STAFF PHOTO 
The 43rd annual Artarama Riverwalk Art Show returned to Riverside Park in Eagle River Saturday, allowing visitors to view and purchase a variety of art and crafts from more than 90 vendors. This shopper eyed some pottery.         —STAFF PHOTO
Street, sewer and water improvements costing close to $1 million started Monday on East Division Street in Eagle River. Reconstruction of East Division Street from Railroad Street to Second Street is expected to be complete by Oct. 12, barring any... more
Participants tasted more than 100 varieties of domestic and imported wine.
The Rotary Club of Eagle River staged its largest fundraiser of the year Monday night at the Reiter Center in Three Lakes, its 22nd annual Wine, Craft Beer and Cheese Tasting event.   —Staff Photos By KURT KRUEGER                   
The Riverview Park pickleball courts were repainted in blue and green as part of a $20,000 project. The six courts (four previously) also have new nets and standards.
Barb Nehring of Land O’ Lakes explained a piece of art to Andrea Pisarski of Stevens Point and Janae Nichols of Plano, Texas.
Participants tasted more than 100 varieties of domestic and imported wine.

Forest Fest set Saturday

Learn about logging in Wisconsin — both its history and current practices — during the fifth annual Forest Fest, a day-long celebration of the forest slated Saturday, Aug.

Sayner Street Fair slated this Sunday

The Sayner-Star Lake Chamber of Commerce will hold its second annual Sayner Street Fair Sunday, Aug. 2, on Main Street from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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Eagle River man charged in Vilas with sexual assault

A 34-year-old Eagle River man facing three counts of first-degree sexual assault without consent and by use of a dangerous weapon made an initial appearance in Vilas County Circuit Court last wee
Bob Mott of Pelican Lake viewing the giclée canvas prints by artist Frank Mittelstadt of Beaver Dam.
Selecting pottery from a display by potter Rick Schuette.

Art galore

Thousands of art lovers converged on Riverside Park in Eagle River Saturday for the 43rd annual Artarama Riverwalk Art Show.

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The Riverview Park pickleball courts were repainted in blue and green as part of a $20,000 project. The six courts (four previously) also have new nets and standards. , Members of the Eagle River Pickleball Association and the business community gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the pickleball court project at Riverview Park. Gene Nackers of the group cut the ribbon.        —Staff Photos By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
The Eagle River Pickleball Association (ERPA) has completed its repair and resurfacing of the courts at Riverview Park, a projec

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Barb Nehring of Land O’ Lakes explained a piece of art to Andrea Pisarski of Stevens Point and Janae Nichols of Plano, Texas., Diane Auler of St. Germain purchases a catfish made from cold rolled steel from John MacDonald of Mosinee. —Staff Photos By KURT KRUEGER
 Land O’ Lakes staged its 32nd annual Art Impressions last Saturday under sunny skies with highs in the mid-80s.