Gordon Connor, left, of Nicolet Hardwoods, Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell, center, and Sen. Tammy Baldwin discussed hardwood management for sustainable timber production and forest health during a tour of the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest... more
The Northland Pines boys soccer season came to an end in the  WIAA Division 4 Regional final game at Barron Thursday, losing 2-0. Pines advanced to the final with a 6-3 win over Wausau Newman Catholic last Tuesday. The Eagles’ Stephen Chamberlain,... more
A construction crew from Pitlik & Wick Inc. began preparing Monday the site for the future site of Schilleman’s Bus Service at the intersection of Highway 45 North and Airport Road on Eagle River’s north side.         —STAFF PHOTO   
The high winds last Tuesday toppled a tall pine tree onto the roof of the Black Forest in Three Lakes. Foley Tree Service was on the scene Wednesday morning to remove the tree from the building.                    —Photo By Tom Bredsen
The Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) Community Foundation welcomed Three Lakes High School to the SolarWise for Schools program last Tuesday. Taking part in the ceremony were, from left, Leah Van Zile, Community Relations Leader of WPS; John Wilde, vice president of Tax Services and Strategy and member of the WPS Community Foundation Board of Directors; Three Lakes District Administrator George Karling; Michael Moore, senior renewable and product services consultant for WPS; Three Lakes teacher Ryan Bock and
The Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) Community Foundation officially welcomed Three Lakes High School to its SolarWise for Schools family last Tuesday with a dedication ceremony. A daylong renewable energy fair at the school also commemorated the... more
Senior Eagle River Volunteer Enterprise Inc. gave away a progressive jackpot at Kalmar Monday Night Bingo in Eagle River Oct. 13. The $3,293 jackpot was split between two winners, Patricia Merkel of Conover (left) and JoAnn Douyette of Waters­meet,... more
The Wisconsin Public Service (WPS) Community Foundation welcomed Three Lakes High School to the SolarWise for Schools program last Tuesday. Taking part in the ceremony were, from left, Leah Van Zile, Community Relations Leader of WPS; John Wilde, vice president of Tax Services and Strategy and member of the WPS Community Foundation Board of Directors; Three Lakes District Administrator George Karling; Michael Moore, senior renewable and product services consultant for WPS; Three Lakes teacher Ryan Bock and

Town of Lincoln to open roads to ATV traffic

The town of Lincoln approved allowing the use of all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) on its town roads for a two-year trial period with the idea of coordinating a route with Eagle River and Three Lakes w

Pines to launch Montessori school

After receiving a planning grant in the summer of 2014 to develop a Montessori charter school for students in 4-year-old kindergarten (4K) through fourth grade, the Northland Pines School Distric

Wolf hunt ends fast in Zone 2

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has closed four wolf harvest zones to hunting and trapping of gray wolves, including Zone 2 in northeastern Wisconsin with a quota of 15 wolves

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