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  • Voters in the Northland Pines School District approved a $4.6 million school funding referendum 1,230-635 in the primary election Tuesday.
    The referendum result means the school district will be able to exceed the state-mandated revenue limit by $4.6 million each of the next three years.
    The referendum dollars will replace the current operating referendum amount, which was passed in 2016 for $3.9 million per year. District Administrator Scott Foster said the current $3.9 million referendum
    A fire destroyed Three Lakes Diner — a landmark restaurant — in downtown Three Lakes last...
    A youth participated in ice bowling during the sixth annual Northwoods...
  • While the frustration of business owners and commercial users of the Three Lakes Sanitary District continues to fester after more than a year following a significant wastewater rate hike, a joint meeting between sanitary district officials and the Three Lakes Town Board last Tuesday did little to diminish their
    The Three Lakes School Board announced Theresa (Teri) Maney has accepted a conditional offer to become the next district administrator of the Three Lakes School District. 
    Maney is currently the director of instruction for the
    The Eagle River Recreation Association (ERRA) is asking area hockey backers to support a fundraising opportunity for the Dome through a competition called Kraft Hockeyville USA.
    The ERRA, a nonprofit organization, is fundraising to the tune of
  • Headwaters
    The fresh snow, blue sky and walking bridge made for a scenic photo at the headwaters of the Wisconsin River at Lac Vieux Desert. —Staff Photo By CHRIS BOONE
  • Two women died as the result of a two-vehicle, head-on crash on Highway 45 in Oneida County Monday evening, according to authorities.
    Kelsey L. Bellman, 18, of Eagle River, and Judie M. Miller, 53, of Arkansaw, died as a result of the accident. 
    The Oneida County Sheriff’s Department received a call of an accident just before 5 p.m. near the intersection of Highway 45 and
  • Three Lakes/Brule River Trails will have its annual gun raffle drawing at Bonnie’s Lakeside this Saturday, Feb. 23, with activities from 3 to 6 p.m. and drawings starting at 5:30 p.m.
    The raffle is the biggest fundraiser of the year for the club that grooms and maintains snowmobile trails in
  • The Ride with Pride raffle drawing will occur at noon this Saturday, Feb. 23, at Trackside in Eagle River.
    This event is sponsored by Trackside of Eagle River and co-sponsored by three area snowomobile clubs.
    The grand prize winner will choose either a
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