All-terrain vehicle (ATV) routes in the city of Eagle River opened last Friday as signs were installed on many streets. These vehicles cruised down Wall Street, on their way to a restaurant. —Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
Two anglers took advantage of the nice weather Saturday to fish from a pier at the Chanticleer Inn on the Eagle River Chain of Lakes. A cold front moved into the area Monday, bringing snow showers to the region. —STAFF PHOTO
The Northland Pines baseball team lost to three Great Northern Conference (GNC) games last week
The Eagles lost at Antigo 12-2 last Tuesday and then lost both games in a doubleheader at Lakeland Thursday, 14-4 and 12-1.
The top hitter for the Eagles... more
The Eagle River Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) hosted a carnival for youths in the Northland Pines K-8 school commons and large gymnasium last Friday. Elementary-age youths participated in a variety of games and other activities... more
Northland Pines Farm to School held its second annual Greens and Grass Festival last Saturday at the Northland Pines Community Garden behind the high school. In addition to enjoying a meal of greens provided by area farmers, youths participated in... more
Students at Phelps School have been collecting aluminum cans this year to raise money for the Humane Society of Vilas County. This fundraiser effort is part of a project to make students more aware of the environment, animals and animal needs in the... more