A severe thunderstorm that dumped 3 to 5 inches of rain across Vilas and Oneida counties last Thursday left Highway 70 in Eagle River flooded for about an hour. See story on power outages on Page 4A.                    —STAFF PHOTO
The bright blue 1967 Corvette returned home of sorts, even though it was just for a day. Donald C. Casey of Eagle River purchased the stylish convertible from Ray Lorch Chevrolet on Aug. 2, 1966. Last Friday, the new owners of the restored vehicle... more
The Vacationland Voices group donated $660 each to Warm The Children and The Salvation Army. Taking part in the check presentation were, from left, Jacki Risjord of Warm The Children; Barb Ganger, Becky Jefferson, Lori Hunter and Karen Stanton, all... more
The Three Lakes High School boys soccer team defeated Phelps 10-0 in last Tuesday’s Northern Lights Conference game. Jays freshman Eli Ribbe (photo 1) went head-to-head with Phelps goalie Robert Rosner; Three Lakes senior Hunter Mathison controlled... more
Students at Northland Pines, Three Lakes and Phelps returned to the classroom last Tuesday, Sept. 2. There was plenty of excitement as students worked on assignments, played games and learned lessons from their teachers. Some of the scenes included... more
More than 30 community members recently showed their support of a new business incubator by pulling weeds, raking and power-washing the new property.   Carl Ruedebusch, Vilas Economic Development Corp. (VCEDC) chairman, said he was impressed by the... more

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Students at Eagle River Elementary School returned to the classroom last Tuesday.
Students at Eagle River Elementary School returned to the classroom last Tuesday.  
                                       —Staff Photo By ANTHONY DREW