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  • IMPROVING ECONOMY, EVENTS, WEATHER HELPED BOOST SUMMER TOURISM: OFFICIALS
    Chamber of commerce  officials and business owners  surveyed Monday say the summer tourism was excellent, attributing much of the traffic to an improving economy, nice weather and popular community events.
    While business at resorts, restaurants and tourist attractions was booming, tourism leaders and merchants still say there is
  • SCENE FROM PAST
    Nine steamboat operators from the Upper Mississippi Steamboat Group gathered for their...
  • Board votes 3-2 after getting input

    The Cloverland Town Board voted 3-2 at its last meeting to allow

  • The Vilas County Sheriff’s Department has confirmed the identity of a man who drowned on Lac Vieux Desert over the weekend.

    Officials say 70-year-old John H. Zeibert of Phelps was found in the water at approximately 8 a.m. Saturday morning after
  • PUMPKIN LAUNCH
    The Phelps Woman’s Club held its annual Pumpkin Fest in downtown Phelps last Saturday, with...
  • Ready to feed
    Kathleen Janik of Oconomowoc took this photo of a bald eagle  perched on a dead tree limb along a lake, waiting for its next meal. She was boating on Flambeau Lake in western Vilas County when she spotted the eagle.
  • St. Germain, the birthplace of Colorama, will kick off numerous fall activities, festivals and events across the North Woods with its 60th annual Colorama celebration this Saturday, Sept. 22.
    This year’s festivities offer
  • Marshfield Clinic will host a “Hope” T-shirt sale at Beef-A-Rama in Minocqua Saturday, Sept. 29, to kick off the clinic’s breast cancer awareness month activities.
    Shellie Donovan, breast care coordinator for Marshfield Clinic-Minocqua and Park Falls centers, also will sell the annual
  • Steamers return
    The Upper Mississippi Steamboat Meet attracted nine steamers to the Eagle River Chain of Lakes last week, with boating enthusiasts gathering at Chanticleer Inn. —Staff Photos By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
  • The Eagle River City Council received updates on a number of street projects at its meeting last week,  including one that was recently finished, another that is partially completed and a third street proposed for reconstruction.
    Bill Andreus, an engineer with MSA Professional Services in Rhinelander, said
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