Vilas County News-Review
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  • GOURDS GALORE
    GOURDS GALORE
    St. Germain’s 62nd annual Colorama event provided family fun for all ages last Saturday at the...
  • AUTUMN ARRIVES
    AUTUMN ARRIVES
    The fall color change, known as Colorama, is underway in the North Woods. These trees on the...
  • CASH FOR KIDS GENERATES FUNDS FOR OVER 4,000 MEALS
    CASH FOR KIDS GENERATES FUNDS FOR OVER 4,000 MEALS
    The final days of the Cash for Kids fundraiser have passed, according to Keith Kentala, advisor to the...
  • TWO-CAR CRASH
    TWO-CAR CRASH
    Emergency personnel from St. Germain and Vilas County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to...
  • EAGLES PREPARING FOR NEW LEAGUE
    EAGLES PREPARING FOR NEW LEAGUE
    After making the playoffs for the second straight season, the Northland Pines football team will have a...
  • FALL COLOR FESTIVAL
    FALL COLOR FESTIVAL
    St. Germain held its annual Colorama fall color fest last Saturday under sunny skies and...
    
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  • AREA SCHOOLS UNDERWAY WITH VIRUS PROTOCOLS

    District administrators say some adjustments being made

    With area school districts a little over three weeks into the 2020-’21 school year, district administrators said they are coping with the COVID-19 pandemic.
    Northland Pines, Three Lakes and Phelps, as well as school districts across the state, have initiated

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  • A second local officials meeting to discuss improvements to Highway 70 between Highway 45 North and County Highway H west of Eagle River has been scheduled for this Thursday, Sept. 24. 
    The meeting will be at
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  • NEW MODEL SHOWS WOLF NUMBERS MIGHT BE AT 1,500
    More than 1,500 gray wolves may be on the Wisconsin landscape according to a new occupancy-based model for determining the state’s wolf population, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announced last Friday.
    Extensive survey efforts conducted by the DNR, tribal biologists and
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  • COMPLAINTS REGISTERED ON SHORT-TERM RENTALS
    ST. GERMAIN — The St. Germain Town Board met last Monday night with five citizens in attendance to discuss alleged issues with the owner of a property on Wakefield Lake Road.
    The issue apparently developed because
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  • BLUEJAYS ENTER SECOND YEAR OF 8-MAN
    The second year of eight-man football should be a competitive one for the Three Lakes-Phelps Bluejays team as they prepare to open the 2020 season this Friday, Sept. 25, at home against Elcho-White Lake.
    Game time is set for
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  • Three Lakes boys and girls cross-country runners were able to get a feel for a new course in Crandon last week as the Cardinals hosted teams from Crivitz, Peshtigo, Lena, Florence, Laona-Wabeno, Goodman-Pembine and Suring at the district’s school forest complex.
    An outstanding performance was again put in by sophomore
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  • There is still time for donors to help out the Northwoods Children’s Museum (NCM) during its Stay-at-Home Fundraiser.
    The online event is taking place in lieu of the museum’s annual in-person auction gala and will continue until the prize drawing takes place this
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  • The YMCA of the Northwoods in Rhinelander will not hold its traditional Not So Scary Halloween Trail this year due to COVID-19. 
    However, plans are underway to put on a different event to give back to the community in way that will keep everyone safe. The Y will instead put on a Not So Scary Halloween Drive-Thru and 
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  • Cross-country charity
    The Northland Pines High School cross-country team has been spending time each week doing community outreach at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church in Eagle River by filling weekend backpacks for children in need in the Northland Pines School District. The youths have been wearing face masks during the project. —Contributed Photo
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  • DUCK SEASON OPENS THIS SATURDAY; NO WATERFOWL SURVEYS CONDUCTED
    Duck hunters in the Northern Zone will begin another fall duck hunt this Saturday, Sept. 26, while the Southern and Mississippi River zones will open Saturday, Oct. 3.
    Due to
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