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  • The Department of Tourism recently announced $496,304 awarded in Joint Effort Marketing (JEM) grants. JEM grants provide partnership funding to help nonprofit Wisconsin organizations promote tourism, including three groups in the North Woods.
    The Minocqua, RhineĀ­lander and  
  • BIG VOICE
    Eagle River native Madeline Consoer, who competed on the 19th season of “The Voice,” sang at the...
  • GRADUATION TIME
    Northland Pines High School held its graduation ceremony for 98 seniors Sunday afternoon in the...
  • Cases of COVID-19 in the North Woods have continued falling in recent weeks with both Vilas and Oneida county health departments reporting no new infections last week.
    More good news followed as
  • When Feed Our Rural Kids Inc. (FORK) was created, it’s goal was to fill gaps within the current nutrition support system for children.
    In order to address the challenges related to the ease of food access in terms of location and hours of availability, FORK has announced
  • LOCAL WATERFRONT GROUP, STUDENTS HIT WATER FOR OUTDOOR CLASSROOM
    In an effort to assist high school students to become advocates for freshwater lake and watershed protection and management, the Three Lakes Waterfront Association (TLWA) began a plan in 2019 to expand the learning experience of students in the Three Lakes School District.
    Today, that experience has come to fruition as part of the
  • Honored glory
    Eagle River area Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts and their leaders placed poppies on the “Tomb of the Unknown Soldier” during the Memorial Day program in Eagle River on May 31. —Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
  • MEMORIAL DAY
    A Memorial Day service was held on the front lawn of...
  • The Northland Pines School Board accepted the resignation of athletic director Brian Margelofsky, who had been with the district for 14 years, at a special meeting last week after reviewing an investigative report by District Administrator Scott Foster.
    Foster told the board Margelofsky
  • With the upcoming retirement of Eagle River Clerk/Treasurer Debbie Brown, the Eagle River City Council is reviewing staff options at City Hall.
    The options include adding a deputy clerk/ treasurer and eliminating the position of secretary/receptionist, currently held by Joanne Strelitzer.
    “City government has gotten more complex and
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