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  • Record-setting numbers of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) cases continue to be reported daily at both state and county levels, overwhelming hospitals and health-care staff as the holidays arrive.
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is encouraging everyone to
    Will Teetzen of Shawano, used a buck cart to get a big 7-pointer out of the national forest Sunday as...
    Eagle River took on a festive look last week with the hanging of the Christmas decorations on...
  • Another attempt to change the title of Vilas County parks and recreation administrator position to parks and recreation supervisor was made by the Vilas County Forestry, land and Recreation Committee — after the county board rejected the title change at the Nov. 10 board meeting.
    Meeting on Nov. 16, the committee voted
  • The spirit of the season will come alive in Three Lakes as the chamber of commerce and area businesses will present the sixth annual Jingle Mingle shop small, shop local event this Saturday, Nov. 28.
    The Three Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce will host the annual Jingle Mingle holiday shopping extravaganza scheduled to coincide with
  • Hand-harvesting of Eur­asian watermilfoil (EWM) on the Eagle River Chain of Lakes should continue next year, according to a spokesman from the lake management planning firm, Onterra LLC. 
    For the sixth consecutive year, no
  • Forward Three Lakes plans revealed
    After over a year in the making, Three Lakes has a bright new plan for its future, according to the organizers of Forward Three Lakes. 
    The Three Lakes community has been led through a series of activities carefully thought out by UW-Extension’s Design Wisconsin Team. 
    Based on that extensive community input along with
    Wisconsin’s nine-day gun deer season started under mostly sunny skies last Saturday morning and runs through this Sunday, Nov. 29.
    The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) an­nounced it would release preliminary harvest totals for the opening weekend on Tuesday, Nov. 24, following the
    Eagle River Light and Water Utility took advantage of the nice weather last Thursday, when the...
  • No time of the year can stretch a family’s financial resources like the holiday season. 
    So in response to this challenging time of the year, Feed Our Rural Kids (FORK)  Inc., has arranged for an expanded holiday food distribution, according to
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