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  • Peoples donates toward new ambulance power cot
    Peoples State Bank representative Denise Jantzen met with St. Germain Fire and Rescue Treasurer Marion Janssen recently to present the department with a check in the amount of $100.
    The monies will go to help fund the
  • Known as the birthplace of Colorama, St. Germain will host its 61st annual Colorama and Pints in the Park event Saturday, Sept. 21.
    This year’s Colorama festivities offer a wide variety of fall activities, according to St. Germain Chamber of Commerce officials.
    The arts and crafts show and farmers market begins at
  • Thrift, concert crawl supports K-9 program
    It was a big day for the Vilas County Sheriff’s De­partment’s K-9 program last Thursday, with two St. Germain organizations donating funds to the program.
    Volunteers at
  • Lioness guests
    President Mitzi Pockat of Sayner-Star Lake Lioness Club board of directors, left, welcomed guest speakers District Gov. Mary Ann Gretenhardt, center, and First Vice President District Gov. Bob Bertch at the September board meeting. Topics addressed included the Lions-Lioness Bridge program, Lyme program, childhood cancer, vision screening, and the diabetic program on health and research. —Contributed Photo
  • Bo-Boen garage work continues
    After a heavy snowfall during the winter of 2018-’19, significant damage was sustained by the St. Germain Bo-Boen Snowmobile Club’s garage located in the town park. 
    The roof and walls of
  • Members of St. Germain Women’s Service Club are busy getting ready for their annual Luncheon and Style Show, which will be held Tuesday, Oct. 1, at Lake of the Torches Resort Casino, located at 510 Old Abe Road in Lac du Flambeau. 
    Doors open at
  • The Plum Lake Ambulance Service will host its annual Pork Loin Dinner Monday, Sept. 16, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Whitetail Inn in St. Germain.
    This year’s event will offer dinner, drinks, fellowship and raffles, with funds going to purchase an off-road vehicle capable of carrying up to four personnel and able to assist patients in need on
  • Dragon boat
    Once again the PrimeTimers of St. Germain provided the food for the Minocqua Dragon Boat Festival held last weekend, serving both breakfast and lunch to about 1,500 attendees. Crowd favorites were brats and sloppy joes. PrimeTimers co-leaders are, from left, Judie Berard, Cookie Lough and Karen Grace. —Contributed Photo
  • The 17th annual Star Lake Mayor’s Race fundraising event will take place Sunday, Sept. 1, from 3 to 7 p.m. at Stillwaters, located at 7914 Highway K in Star Lake.

    Five candidates are vying for the title of
  • Thrift shop donation awarded to Camp American Legion
    The July donation from St. Germain Community United Church of Christ Thrift shop was recently  presented to Don Grundy, director of Camp American Legion in Lake Tomahawk. 

    The $500 check represents the 
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