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  • NORTHWOODS TRANSIT ADDS REGULAR SCHEDULED ROUTES
    New public transportation routes with a regular schedule are coming to North Woods communities, according to Roger Youngren, director of Northwoods Transit Connections.
    Youngren provided the details during a meeting of the
  • LIVE NATIVITY
    Joseph and Mary look upon the newborn baby Jesus during the 16th annual Live Nativity held at...
  • A 39-year-old Eagle River woman, who was an inmate at the Oneida County Jail subsequent to her incarceration related to an incident at Marshfield Clinic in Minocqua June 12, died at a Wausau area hospital Dec. 5, according to authorities.
    Jillian Buza was being held at the Oneida County Jail and has been in the hospital for health related issues on several occasions, according to
  • Snowmobile trails in Vilas County could open later this week, but more snow and cold are needed to improve conditions, according to a trail official.
    Dale Mayo, administrator of Vilas County Parks and Recreation, said Tuesday morning that he would be completing countywide trail inspections in the Manitowish Waters area on Tuesday and that the Vilas County Snowmobile Alliance would be meeting
  • NEW DERBY TRACK COMPLEX OWNERS TO HOST OPEN HOUSE, PAGEANT SATURDAY
    An open house along with the 56th annual Derby Queen Pageant will be held this Saturday, Dec. 15, from 1 to 5 p.m. at the World Championship Derby Complex in Eagle River.
    The Derby Complex and World Championship Snowmobile Derby title were purchased by a group of 
  • HORSE-DRAWN SLEIGH RIDES OFFERED DURING HOLIDAYS
    Visitors to the North Woods have made it a tradition during the holiday season to take a...
  • Santa’s bus
    Three Lakes area bus driver Paul Gerhart invited a friend to join his route for morning pickup. Santa sat in the front seat and had a piece of candy for each student as they got on the bus. The annual partnership between Gerhart and Santa continues a long-standing tradition in Three Lakes which the district said students look forward to each year. —Photos By Jennifer West
  • After much discussion the Three Lakes Town Board approved an increase in the salary for town treasurer at their recent meeting. 
    A vote of 4-1 took the current $10,000 salary and moved it to $15,000, which will take effect after the April elections. Since the town treasurer is an elected position, the increase in salary may or may not be something current treasurer Lanae Kowalski will benefit from, depending on
  • For the fourth winter season, all snowmobiles operating on a Wisconsin snowmobile trail or corridor must display a valid snowmobile trail pass whether registered in Wisconsin or another state.
    The program features an option to become a snowmobile club member and receive the trail pass at a reduced rate, which has been favorable for
  • The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents unanimously approved a pay plan that would provide UW System employees a 3% pay plan increase for each of the two fiscal years starting July 1.
    Regents also backed an identical pay plan for
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