The Shopko Foundation donated $1,000 to the Warm The Children program last week. Eagle River store assistant manager Jessica Eernisse, right, presented the check to Jacki Risjord of the News-Review.      —STAFF PHOTO
Three Lakes Elementary School students held a Veterans Day program in the school auditorium last Friday (first photo). The event had been postponed due to a snowstorm in the early week. The American Legion Post 431 Color Guard presented the colors (... more
Returning letterwinners for the Northland Pines girls basketball team include, from left, Maria Weight, Courtney Heller, Sydney Kamentz, Tess Osiecki, Kate Mendham and Lexi Smith. The Eagles open the season at Crandon Thursday.
The Northland Pines girls basketball team, one of the top teams in the Great Northern Conference (GNC) each of the last three years, will return six letterwinners for the 2014-’15 season. Coach Larry Bergum led the Eagles to a 9-3 record in the GNC... more
Some of the scenes at the Eagle River program at the Northland Pines High School field house the Eagle River VFW Color Guard retired the colors at the conclusion of the program (above) and
Veterans Day programs were postponed last Tuesday due to inclement weather, but schools were able to host programs later in the week. 
Julie Smith, left, Northland Pines volleyball coach, and Karen Pockat, right, who helped coordinate the Eagles Pink Night Sept. 30, presented a check to Kitty Sookochoff for $630. The funds will go toward Northwoods Relay For Life and the American... more
City of Eagle River crews were busy removing snow from streets Tuesday morning as the North Woods got hit with more than 12 inches of snow Monday and Tuesday. Schools were closed across the region Tuesday. —Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
Returning letterwinners for the Northland Pines girls basketball team include, from left, Maria Weight, Courtney Heller, Sydney Kamentz, Tess Osiecki, Kate Mendham and Lexi Smith. The Eagles open the season at Crandon Thursday.
Some of the scenes at the Eagle River program at the Northland Pines High School field house the Eagle River VFW Color Guard retired the colors at the conclusion of the program (above) and
Dragging out a buck is a dream of every gun deer hunter.
Dragging out a buck is a dream of every gun deer hunter.

Gun deer season opens Saturday

A deer herd that is still rebounding, early heavy snow and new rules leave much uncertainty for hunters when they take to northern forests for the start of the

City to prepare ATV ordinances for public input

An all-terrain vehicle (ATV) route through Eagle River — from south to north — will be considered in January, and deciding what city streets should be open to ATVs will follow in February, the Ea

Vilas supervisors want more input on forest plan

While county forest lands generate income for Vilas County, at least one supervisor questioned lost property tax revenue from the purchase of property to block in the county forest at last week’s

DNR provides tips for safe deer hunting

The fact that Wisconsin is one of the safest places in the world to hunt deer is no accident, according to recreational safety officials with the state Department of Natural Resources (DNR).

Program pledges needed to keep children warm

Donations to Warm The Children, a program sponsored by Vilas County News-Review that provides winter clothing to qualified families, have been steadily coming in.

Beauty and the Beast

The Phelps School music department recently presented Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast Jr.” to more than 200 attendees.

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