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  • Steadily rising vehicle traffic and sharply rising tonnage tipping at the Highway G Landfill in Cloverland has put Landfill Venture Group (LVG) in a race against time to expand the landfill before the capacity of the current operation is reached.

    Referencing information from
  • PROTESTORS CALL FOR FAIR MAPS
    The Wisconsin Supreme Court held a six-hour hearing last Wednesday to change how voting maps are...
  • Vilas County’s active Covid cases leaped to 787, which Vilas County Public Health Director Laurel Dreger termed “critically high” in a report to the Vilas County Public Health Board last week.

    The county has now seen
  • MEADOWS JOINS THREE LAKES CHAMBER AS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
    The Three Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed Dennis Meadows as its...
  • NEW YEAR BRINGS RETIREMENT FAREWELL FOR LOCAL MECHANIC
    The calendar-flipping transition from the old year to the new is traditionally a time of celebration — the stuff of noise-makers, streamers and party hats, colorful fireworks, midnight champagne toasts, and the melodic strains of “Old Lang Syne.”

    While Gary Valkenaar, the longtime 43-year owner of Auto & Tire Clinic Inc., quietly slipped into retirement Dec. 30 as he turned
  • The latest chapter in the Covid-19 pandemic is being written by the Omicron variant and it extends beyond the walls of area hospitals.

    According to Aspirus Health, the latest surge and demand for Covid-19 testing, combined with increased levels of other seasonal illness such as influenza, is significantly impacting
  • The Department of Workforce Development (DWD) is reminding people in the North Woods who received Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits last year that they must report UI benefits as taxable income on their 2021 tax returns, and that their 1099-G income tax statements for the year are easily accessible through UI’s secure and
  • State Rep. Calvin Callahan (R-Tomahawk) introduced a new package of legislation known as the Stronger Workforce Initiative on Jan. 18, along with several of his legislative Republican colleagues.

    These proposals aim to assist with
  • Fire promotions
    Four promotions were announced for the Eagle River Fire Department Jan. 1. Steve Burr was named deputy chief; Mike McDonald, lieutenant; Mark Zima, lieutenant; and Pat Crum, assistant chief. —Contributed Photo
  • To help school districts strained by a shortage of school bus drivers, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) will implement a temporary waiver to get more drivers behind the wheel and encourage former drivers to reinstate.

    “WisDOT (Wisconsin Department of Transportation) is taking every available opportunity to
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