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  • Students honored
    Three Lakes School District announced its junior high and high school Students of the Month recently. Taking the honors are, from left, ninth-grader Sophia Nafziger, 10th-grader Brady Thomaschefsky, 12th-grader Noah Davies, eighth-grader Christian Forss, seventh-grader Nolan Waltz and 11th-grader Maddie Dupuis. —Photo By Jennifer West
  • The Oneida County Teen Court program is in need of more high school students to be panelists for the upcoming school year, according to Sharon Krause, Community Youth Development educator, UW-Madison Division of Extension.  
    “Teen court is
  • Student citizens
    Three Lakes Elementary School recently honored its September Citizens of the Month. Earning certificates are, from left, fourth-grader Joslyn Keller, third-grader Addalyn Kenney, kindergartner Arlo Keckeisen, first-grader Teddie Gensler, and second-grader Hudson Gensler; and back row, fifth-grader Olivia Vick, sixth-grader Abigail Boogren, fifth-grader Bekah Koch and sixth-grader Dylan Meister. —Photo By Jennifer West
  • STUDYING INVASIVES
    The Three Lakes High School global science class, taught by Al Votis, spent a day last week studying...
  • Forward Three Lakes, a project of the Three Lakes Community Foundation, HoneyRock Camp, and Edward U. Demmer Memorial Library invite members of local organizations to participate in a free one-day organizational engagement workshop Friday, Nov. 12, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Lunch is
  • The next meeting of the Three Lakes School Board will be held Wednesday, Oct. 20, at 6 p.m. in the Three Lakes School auditorium.

    The board generally meets the third Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m. in Three Lakes with the exception of the November meeting which is held at
  • Volunteer intern for Clean Waters helps prevent zebra mussel spread
    Aquatic invasive species (AIS) is a term heard often here in the North Woods where lakes are a huge part of recreation for residents and visitors.
    One of the invasive species that groups in the area battle to keep at bay is the zebra mussel.
    According to
  • BIG RUN
    The grounds at Big Stone Golf Course were overrun with athletes from a number of...
  • The Edward U. Demmer Library, in partnership with the Three Lakes Historical Society and Three Lakes Center for the Arts, invites members of the community to bring a chair, enjoy a contactless s’mores setup, and share their stories and memories of Three Lakes during two upcoming events.   
    These events, scheduled Wednesdays, Oct. 6 and 27, from
  • Pumpkin Fest slated in Three Lakes Oct. 9
    The Three Lakes Fire Department Auxiliary will host its 28th annual Pumpkin Fest Saturday, Oct. 9, in Three Lakes.
    The event will be held at Three Lakes High School from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., and will feature an arts and crafts show, bake sale, various homemade soups, fresh-baked cinnamon rolls and
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