The bike corridor from the Three Eagle Trail to the Depot Museum was completed last week, giving bicyclists a safe, marked trail to downtown Eagle River. Several bicyclists rode through the bollards and marked corridor Monday morning on their way to... more
The Eagle River Rotary Club donated $1,000 to the Eagle River Pickleball Club last week. Taking part in the check presentation at the refurbished courts at Riverview Park were, from left, pickleball club board members Sandie Hunt, Melody West, Diane... more
Northland Pines had a rough outing against Mosinee last Tuesday, but bounced back to beat Lakeland and Medford Saturday. Here, Maddie Smith and Mykala Hayes attempt to block a Mosinee spike.                   —Staff Photos By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
The Northland Pines volleyball team beat Lakeland and Medford Saturday in the first conference tournament in Eagle River to improve to 3-2 in the Great Northern Conference (GNC).  During a busy week, the Eagles also lost to Mosinee 3-0 last Tuesday... more
Tony and Pauline Esposito, of Chicago, along with their daughter, Emma, took a walk on the Three Eagle Trail Monday, enjoying the color change.              —STAFF PHOTO
St. Germain, labeled as “The Birthplace of Colorama,” kicked off fall events across the North Woods with its 55th annual Colorama festival Sept. 20 at the community center. The event featured arts and crafts, pumpkin painting for children, a farmers... more
Northland Pines had a rough outing against Mosinee last Tuesday, but bounced back to beat Lakeland and Medford Saturday. Here, Maddie Smith and Mykala Hayes attempt to block a Mosinee spike.                   —Staff Photos By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
King Lance Bontrager and Queen Arianna Will reigned over the  Northland Pines Homecoming festivities last Friday.    —Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
Waterfowl hunters will be setting their decoys early Saturday morning in anticipation of the opener at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 27, in the Northern Zone.                     —STAFF PHOTO

Duck season to start

The 2014 duck hunting season in the Northern Zone will start this Saturday, Sept. 27, at 9 a.m. and will run through Nov. 25.

Colorama slated in Land O’ Lakes

The Land O’ Lakes Colorama Celebration will take place Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 27 and 28, in Land O’ Lakes. 

Three Lakes to unveil fab lab at school tour

A public-private collaboration will lead a tour of the new Three Lakes School fab lab — the first MIT-chartered fab lab in a K-12 school system in Wisconsin, a

BMO Harris sponsors Affair of the Arts Ball

BMO Harris Bank announced last week its title sponsorship of the annual Affair of the Arts Ball — a fundraising event that benefits Three Lakes Center for the Arts.

Pines, Three Lakes students surpass state, nation on ACT

Seniors in the Class of 2014 at Northland Pines and Three Lakes outperformed their peers at the state and national levels on their ACT scores, while Phelps seniors were above the national average

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Standing in front of one of the five flower garden plots by the depot that recently underwent a complete facelift were, from left, Al Pittelko, executive director of the Eagle River Revitalization Program (ERRP); Mary Ann Lambrecht, member of the ERRP Design Committee and Master Gardeners; Nancy Schuller, chairwoman of the ERRP Design Committee; and Katie Bevernitz of Custom Landscaping.  —Contributed Photo
The flower garden plots near the Historic Depot in Eagle River recently underwent a complete overhaul. 

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St. Germain, labeled as “The Birthplace of Colorama,” kicked off fall events across the North Woods with its 55th annual Colorama festival Sept. 20 at the community center.