The 30th anniversary Women on Snow was held in Eagle River last weekend, with the headquarters at Eagle Waters Resort. The event attracted nearly 100 women for a weekend of snowmobiling.                                 —STAFF PHOTO
Snowmobilers made a pit stop at Maple View Resort in Conover.            —STAFF PHOTOS
With trails in good condition last Friday and Saturday, thousands of snowmobilers converged on the North Woods to enjoy their sport.  
Emergency personnel responded to a two-vehicle accident on Highway 45 just south of Conover last Tuesday afternoon. Vilas  County Sheriff’s Department deputies were on the scene during a snow squall, gathering information about the accident. The... more
A hauler loads up large maple logs that were cut recently from a state-owned 40-acre parcel just north of Three Lakes, bordering Highway 45. Log-hauling traffic has been noticeably heavy here the past month.                          —STAFF PHOTO
WOMEN ON SNOW — The Women on Snow organization held its 30th anniversary weekend event last weekend, with about 100 women riding area trails. Here participants are heading out from Eagle Waters  Resort, the ride headquarters, Friday afternoon.     —... more
Lumpy’s Sports Bar in Eagle River recently donated $1,568 to the Hope House in Marshfield. The funds were raised from football fans who watched Green Bay Packers games at Lumpy’s last fall. The donation was made in the name of Dan Kauzlaric, who... more
Snowmobilers made a pit stop at Maple View Resort in Conover.            —STAFF PHOTOS
Northland Pines students will present the musical “Annie” this weekend. The orphans will be portrayed by, from left, Madison Ludwig, Hadley Burns, Sophia Svetnicka (standing with broom), Robyn Yakel, Langdon Langhoff, and Hannah Hoffmann, sitting in front.     —Contributed Photo

Pines to present ‘Annie’ this weekend

Northland Pines High School drama and music students will perform the musical “Annie” this Friday, Feb. 12, and Saturday, Feb. 13, at 7 p.m.; and Sunday, Feb. 14, at 2 p.m.

New members

The Three Lakes Lions Club welcomed three new members recently. Joining were, from left, Bob Beyer, Pattie Soder and Dave Creadon.

LOLA offering glass bead-making classes

Land O’ Lakes Arts (LOLA) will welcome back artist Julie Lukosaitis of Madison Saturday, Feb. 20, for beginning glass bead-making from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

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School not to blame for

‘survival by referendum’

After playing on the Derby Track grounds last year, the national pond hockey tourney will return to Dollar Lake this weekend.                                                                          —STAFF PHOTO

Pond Hockey Championships return

The 11th annual Labatt Blue/USA Hockey Pond Hock­­ey National Championships return to Eagle River this weekend as organizers once again pr
This is an artist’s rendition of the Vilas County Courthouse expansion project. It shows the two new wings, to be built in phases, on the lower right-hand side of the drawing.

Vilas approves building project for $10.8 million

The Vilas County board took about two hours debating and amending its proposed resolutions at last Tuesday’s meeting, but it ultimately arrived at a clear decision — the county will go ahead with

School choice now underway

Wisconsin’s public school open-enrollment application period, which allows parents an opportunity to send their children to any public school district in the state, started Feb.
Sled dog teams and their mushers from across the Midwest will be competing in four  classes in Land O’ Lakes this Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 6-7.                              —STAFF PHOTO

Mush, you huskies!

LAND O’ LAKES — The trails are prepped and the teams are getting ready for the 36th running of the Three Bear Sled Dog Races in Land O’ Lakes this Saturday and Sunday,  Feb. 6-7.

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After playing on the Derby Track grounds last year, the national pond hockey tourney will return to Dollar Lake this weekend.                                                                          —STAFF PHOTO
The 11th annual Labatt Blue/USA Hockey Pond Hock­­ey National Championships return to Eagle River this weekend as organizers once again pr

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Northland Pines students will present the musical “Annie” this weekend. The orphans will be portrayed by, from left, Madison Ludwig, Hadley Burns, Sophia Svetnicka (standing with broom), Robyn Yakel, Langdon Langhoff, and Hannah Hoffmann, sitting in front.     —Contributed Photo
Northland Pines High School drama and music students will perform the musical “Annie” this Friday, Feb. 12, and Saturday, Feb. 13, at 7 p.m.; and Sunday, Feb. 14, at 2 p.m.