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  • Sled roundup
    The 17th annual Classic Sled Roundup was held May 29 and 30 at the St. Germain Town Park. Raffle tickets also were sold for the chance to win a 1995 Ski-Doo Mach Z and the annual cookout was offered. —Staff Photos By MICHELLE DREW
  • The town of St. Germain Non-motorized Trails Committee announced recently that it has obtained a $25,000 grant from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

    Additionally, the town board is matching that grant with
  • Plum Lake Equestrian Center in Sayner hosted a two-day canine training workshop May 22-23 led by instructor and facilitator  Carol Lofquist of TLC K9 Training. 

    Using her vast array of agility training equipment and years of experience, Lofquist had dogs and their handlers performing
  • Track donates
    Russ Davis, co-owner of the World Championship Derby Complex in Eagle River, recently presented a $1,500 check to Cheri Coda of the Plum Ski-ters Water Ski Show Team in Sayner. The funds will go toward the summer ski program for all ages. Members of the Plum Ski-ters volunteered at the complex during events last winter. —Contributed Photo
  • Broasted chicken
    The St. Germain Women’s Service Club exceeded expectations at its 13th annual chicken dinner fundraising event held recently at Pub ’N Prime in St. Germain. This was the first chicken dinner that featured broasted chicken instead of barbecue-style chicken. Proceeds from the annual dinner are used for scholarships and donations to charitable agencies in the area, including
  • The St. Germain Chamber of Commerce has planned a series of summer events this June and July.

    The St. Germain Flea Market will begin its season Monday, May 31. The event will be held every Monday until Sept. 6. For more information on this event, call
  • Women’s club provides scholarships to three local high school graduates
    Each spring, St. Germain Women’s Service Club gathers for a luncheon and a presentation of scholarships to local individuals either attending or about to pursue post-high school education.
    This year’s luncheon and
  • The Plum Lake Town Board made a decision at its May 11 meeting to close the brush dump located on old Highway N through the week and open it every Friday through Sunday. 
    Use of the brush dump is for town of
  • St. Germain will be a busy place this Memorial Day weekend with a series of events on the schedule. 
    Kicking off the weekend is the “Ruck’n St. Germain” Saturday, May 29, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
    A military ruck is
  • Thrift shop supports Fix Is In pet program with counter donations
    Karla Ortman of Rhinelander, founder of The Fix Is In neutering and spaying, received a donation from St. Germain United Church of Christ Thrift Store in St. Germain. 
    The $465 check Ortman received May 17 is a result of
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