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  • Fire safety
    Members of Phelps Fire Department, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and Vilas County Sheriff’s Department took time this past week to help educate students at Phelps School regarding fire and law enforcement safety. Students took part in hands-on activities at the Phelps fire station. —Photos By Sharon Gifford
  • A Halloween Carnival is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 27, at Phelps School beginning at 4:30 p.m. and will offer free fun for all ages that includes indoor games, food and treats. The event will run until 7 p.m.
    The carnival takes place directly after
  • The Phelps Fire Department will host an open house at their new second fire station Saturday, Oct. 20, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The location of the second station is 930 Highway 17, approximately five miles north of Phelps.
    Light refreshments will be
  • Forest visit
    Phelps students took a venture to the Van Vliet hemlocks area outside of Presque Isle recently. Naturalists with North Lakeland Discovery Center led students through the forest locating pelts and skulls from various wildlife. The event was sponsored by the Friends of the Van Vliet Hemlocks. —Photos By Sharon Gifford
  • Metal tour
    Eighth-grade students from Phelps recently attended the annual Heavy Metal Tour in Rhinelander under the direction of David Justice. The students toured Air Pro, Nicolet College’s welding lab and Northstar Steel. Those taking part in the tour were, from left, Justice, Kaylynn Haapala, Kayla Wilson, James McCormack, Michael Janovsky, Simon Garcia, Maximus Gaudreau, Dustin Kangas, Sara Szuta and Cloe McCormick. —Photo By Sharon Gifford
  • Fall cleanup
    Phelps student council members, from left, Austin Buell, Andrew Gill, Holly Young and Cloe McCormick, took time last week and cleaned a portion of Highway 17 North as part of the Wisconsin Adopt-A-Highway Program. The students are advised by teacher Kevin Grafwallner. —Photo By Sharon Gifford
  • A Halloween Carnival is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 27, at Phelps School beginning at 4:30 p.m. and will offer free fun for all ages including indoor games, food and treats. The event will run until 7 p.m.
    The carnival takes place directly following 
  • Homecoming royalty
    Phelps High School held its Homecoming dance this past Saturday. Members of the Homecoming court were, from left, Jade Doppke, Jordyn Franzen, Jenna Gray, Kayla Wilson, Queen Emma Niec, King Andrew Gill, Dustin Kangas, MacKenzie Vold, Hunter Meistad and Kyle Lewis. Seated in front row are junior queen and king Lucy Davis and Joe Caldiero. —Contributed Photo
  • A Halloween Carnival is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 27, at the Phelps School beginning at 4:30 p.m. and will offer free fun for all ages including indoor games, food and treats. The event will go until 7 p.m.
    The carnival takes place directly following trick or treating, which is from
  • Muskie anglers are reminded there is still time to enter the 38th annual Midwest Musky Classic scheduled Friday through Sunday, Oct. 5-7, on four Phelps area lakes.
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