Vilas County News-Review
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  • OLD GLORY
    OLD GLORY
    Municipal crews across the North Woods prepared for the Memorial Day weekend last week by...
  • POPULAR ROAD TRIP
    POPULAR ROAD TRIP
    A short road trip north of the border to Bond Falls near Paulding, Mich., is a popular day excursion for...
  • HEALTH DEPTS., NATIONAL GUARD OFFER FREE COMMUNITY TESTING SITES
    HEALTH DEPTS., NATIONAL GUARD OFFER FREE COMMUNITY TESTING SITES
    Area health departments in Vilas, Oneida, Forest, Lincoln, Iron and Price counties cooperated last...
  • ON CAPITOL HILL
    ON CAPITOL HILL
    U.S. Rep. Tom Tiffany was sworn in last Tuesday as the newest member of the...
  • FUN IN THE SUN
    FUN IN THE SUN
    Warm weather ahead of the Memorial Day weekend encouraged visitors to get outside and...
  • OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE
    OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE
    Dozens of baby chicks got their first experience walking on grass as...
    
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  • The Vilas County Public Health Department has confirmed the sixth case of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Vilas County, bringing the Vilas and Oneida county total to 13.
    According to
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  • $1.1 million project scheduled for 2021

    The Eagle River City Council approved a firm to design and monitor construction of the Pleasure Island Road project estimated at $1,166,657 at the council meeting last

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  • The state’s six Chippewa tribes reported a spring harvest of 35,175 walleyes and 163 muskies from ceded territory lakes.
    Those numbers compare to 35,549 walleyes and 191 muskies taken last year, which was above the five-year average.
    According to
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  • Members of the senior class at Northland Pines High School (NPHS) will be recognized during a virtual graduation ceremony this Sunday, May 31, beginning at 1 p.m. 
    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic that caused the closing of school buildings the last two months, the ceremony will be
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  • TAKE STEPS TO AVOID CONFLICTS WITH BEARS, ACCORDING TO DNR
    Most black bears have emerged from their dens throughout northern Wisconsin, and the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) encourages residents to take precautions to avoid potential conflicts.
    Black bears normally avoid contact with people, but
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  • EAGLE RIVER SPEEDWAY PREPARES FOR JUNE 23 OPENING NIGHT RACES
    Eagle River Speedway promoters Pat and Patti Zdroik, after being forced to push their season opening race back, have announced plans to begin regular season activities Tuesday, June 23.
    The D-shaped, third-mile clay oval located in Eagle River wasn’t immune to the current COVID-19 pandemic and
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  • Back on the court
    With temperatures in the 70s, area pickleball enthusiasts returned to the courts at Riverview Park in Eagle River last week. The six courts are open to the public unless there is a club activity. —Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
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  • The Northland Pines School District  Alumni Hall of Fame Committee has selected Will Maines, Class of 1967, and Ken Anderson, Class of 1963, as new Alumni Hall of Fame members.  
    The committee selected the two members this spring and was ready to
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  • The St. Germain Fire Fighters Association announced that it will kick off its 44th annual St. Germain Flea Market Monday, June 22, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

    “The (Safer At Home) order may be gone, but the virus is not!” said Penny Strom, executive director of the St. Germain Area Chamber of Commerce. 

    “There are many unknowns out there and we 
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  • The Year of the Nurse

    Thanks given to nurses leading COVID-19 response

    “To be a fellow worker with God is the highest aspiration of which we can conceive man capable.” 
    —Florence Nightingale, founder of

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