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  • Two people were involved in a vehicle accident early Tuesday morning, according to the Vilas County Sheriff’s Department.
    A release from the department regarding the town of Washington accident, which took place Tuesday, Oct. 16, around 1:38 a.m., stated a one-vehicle rollover accident had occurred on
  • All snowmobiles operating on a Wisconsin snowmobile trail or corridor must display a valid snowmobile trail pass whether registered in Wisconsin or another state. 
    The program features an option to 
  • PINES TUG OF WAR
    Northland Pines High School students celebrated Homecoming last week. The festivities included a...
  • Electors will vote on project Oct. 30

    The St. Germain Town Board will host two public information meetings on a proposed town hall building plan that is estimated to cost $3.5 million to $4 million.
    An electors meeting for citizens to vote on the proposal will be 

  • An Oneida County mining information initiative —made up of representatives from the Oneida County Economic Development Corp. and UW-Extension Oneida County  — will host  a series of public forums  to help county residents understand nonferrous metallic mining ahead of a referendum question set to appear on the
  • MEETING MR. FIREMAN
    Students from the 4-year-old kindergarten class at Lac du Flambeau Elementary School visited the...
  • Changing seasons
    North Woods residents woke to about an inch of snow on the landscape Monday morning. Dan Tomasoski of Eagle River submitted this image from his drone, showing the landscape with fall colors and snow. —Photo By Tomasoski Photography
  • Everything pumpkin
    The Three Lakes Fire Department Auxiliary held its 26th annual Pumpkin Fest Saturday. —Staff Photos By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
  • City, three towns must approve loan

    The Eagle River Area Fire Department moved one step closer to establishing a second service fire station after the Eagle River City Council approved the concept of borrowing

  • Early white stuff
    The North Woods experienced its first snowfall of the season Sunday night, with about an inch accumulating on the ground. Some of the snow remained Monday afternoon on the fall decorations at Otto Towing and Recovery in Eagle River. More snow showers are in the forecast for later this week. —Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
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