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  • Forester lays out stewardship plan for St. Germain board
    Jill Nemec, a forester with the Department of Natural Resources (DNR), presented a draft report for St. Germain Town Board Supervisors to consider at a recent town board meeting.
    The board had requested a study of the 456 acres of wooded lands which is owned by
  • In light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Plum Lake Public Library in Sayner recently released a statement saying it is prioritizing the safety and health of its staff and patrons.
    “The health and safety of our patrons and employees is a priority to the Plum Lake Public Library,” said 
  • Due to the recent COVID-19 concerns, the St. Germain PrimeTimers board has decided to cancel all of the group’s events planned for April.
    These include the April meeting, dartball, the Lac du Flambeau casino lunch buffet, and the Wausau shopping trip.
    The board reminds those who need to make the next payment ?for the Frankenmuth trip to mail it to:
  • The Community Blood Center, St. Germain Lions Club and the St. Germain Fire Department will hold a blood drive Friday, March 20, from 2 to 6 p.m. at the emergency medical services building, located at 553 Highway 155 in St. Germain.

    Blood donors must be
  • The Sayner-Star Lake Lions Club is taking orders for its annual Rose Sale until Tuesday, March 24. 
    Roses in recent years have come in red, yellow, white and variegated.  Efforts will be made to accommodate color requests but cannot be guaranteed. 
    Proceeds from the Rose Sale help support
  • Weber reminisces on Bo-Boen’s ‘old days’
    The Bruce Weber family, St. Germain business owners, recently donated $500 to the Bo-Boen Snowmobile Club as an incentive to keep up the good work of grooming the 100 miles of trails around the town. 
    Weber expressed the hope that
  • Lions donate
    The Sayner-Star Lake Lions Club recently made donations to the Northern Access Special Olympics and the Plum Lake Public Library. Taking part in the check presentation are Plum Lake Library Director Emilie Braunel and Sayner-Star Lake Lions Club member and Special Olympian Andy McKay. —Contributed Photo
  • Janssen, Hyrczyk report EMR duties to women’s club at monthly meeting
    Paramedic and director of St. Germain Ambulance, Jason Hyrczyk, and emergency medical responder (EMR) Marion Janssen attended this month’s meeting of St. Germain Women’s Club on Feb. 11. 
    Janssen shared a slogan with the women’s group that
  • Firefighters eye new air packs

    Learn about dangers of meth labs

    St. Germain Fire and Rescue holds three training sessions per month. Chuck Gray, field sales representative of 5 Alarm Fire & Safety Equipment, demonstrated MSA air packs for

  • Weber supports school
    David Weber recently presented a check for $500 to St. Germain Elementary School Principal Tony Duffek. The ExxonMobil Educational Alliance provides Mobil retailers like Weber an opportunity to invest in the future of the community by supporting educational programs at the school. Weber submits an application for the grant, with
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