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  • The Department of Justice has released a redacted version of the special counsel Robert Mueller's report. The report is nearly 400 pages and covers subjects ranging from questions about Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election to

  • Turning the tide one more time — that’s what the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Bureau of Law Enforcement is going to do starting this month as it pulls field wardens from last year’s state park assignments and replaces them with park rangers.
    The DNR’s 2017-’18 decision to
  • Prom royalty
    Queen Morgan Phillipich and King Tanner Kiesow reigned over the Northland Pines Junior Prom Saturday. —Photo By Dan Tomasoski
  • LET’S GO TO VEGAS
    The Silver Blades Ice Show had two performances at the Eagle River Sports Arena last weekend. The...
  • But numbers climb across the state

    There were 1,060 white-tailed deer that tested positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD) in Wisconsin during the 2018 surveillance year which ran from April 1 through March 31, but

  • The Three Lakes Lions Club will sponsor the annual Children’s Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday, April 20, starting at 9 a.m. at the Three Lakes High School.
    The annual event provides children ages 1-14 from the greater Three Lakes area with the chance to
  • RIVER TRAIL FOR BIKING, WALKING WOULD CONNECT AREA COMMUNITIES
    The multijurisdictional River Trail Commission is taking a serious look at the development of a biking and walking trail to connect Eagle River to St. Germain.
    “The River Trail will be an important addition to the area,” said River Trail Commission Chairman Steve Favorite, supervisor from the town of Cloverland. “It will create a key connection between Eagle River and the well-known Heart of Vilas Trail System. And at the Eagle River end it will be as important for convenient transportation — walking and biking to get into town — as it will be for
  • OPEN WATER
    While most North Woods lakes are covered  with over a foot of ice, some river channels and...
  • More snow
    North Woods residents had to deal with another April snowstorm as about 9 inches of heavy, wet snow fell last Thursday and Friday. Marlin Mee of the town of Lincoln cleared out his driveway Friday morning. —STAFF PHOTO
  • Guest skater
    Lainie Kuckkahn from the Lakeland Figure Skating Club in Minocqua was the guest skater at the Silver Blades Ice Show last weekend. Kuckkahn, who has trained with private coaches in Wisconsin Rapids, Milwaukee, Houghton, Mich., and the Twin Cities, thrilled the audience during two performances. She became a triple gold medalist with the U.S. Figure Skating Association and
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