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    Local waterfront groups, lake associations, and nonprofit organizations benefit each year from distributed funds from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resource’s (DNR) Surface Water Grant Program, and this year is no different with nearly $1 million coming to Vilas and Oneida counties.

    Amounts totaled more
    Eagle River Fire Department responds to a structure fire at Eagle Pines Apartments on Pine Street in Eagle
  • A man drowned on Black Oak Lake in Land O’ Lakes last week after his canoe accidentally overturned.

    The victim was identified as Michael Steiner from Edwards, Colo. He was 62 years of age at the time of the accident.

    Vilas County Sheriff’s
  • Preliminary numbers from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) show a historically low number of walleye were speared across the ceded territory by the six Wisconsin tribes this spring.

    Data collected following activity the night
  • 113 seniors in the Northland Pines School District will receive their diplomas this Sunday, June 4, beginning at 1 p.m. in the high school field house.

    The commencement ceremony will begin with a prelude and the traditional “Pomp and Circumstance” processional performed by the high school band.

    Senior Miles McCanles will
  • A structure fire was reported in the early hours of May 23 at an apartment building in Eagle River which affected multiple families residing in the Eagle Pines Apartments, located at 202 E. Pine St. The apartments are operated by Meridian Group.

    According to Ryan Rossing of the
  • Vilas County operates and maintains 10 boat landings, eight river access locations, 13 county parks and one shooting range. Beginning soon, people who use those areas will have to pay a vehicle access fee.

    When the fees go 
    Trig’s Director of Retail Operations Terry Tryggeseth and newly appointed store director Mike Nabbefeld present
  • The 28th annual Fishing Has No Boundaries (FHNB) event for anglers with disabilities will be hosted on the Eagle River Chain of Lakes this weekend June 2-4.

    Individuals will be introduced to some of the finest professionals in the fishing field, along with celebrity speakers. Combined with fine food and fun, this outing is a “can’t miss” event
  • The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Board’s monthly meeting on May 24 rejected a fishing proposal affecting the muskie season opening date and approved an emergency rule to have public hearings on allowing the public harvest of walleye on the Minocqua Chain of Lakes.

    The DNR indicated 
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