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  • Think positive
    With permission from Jacki Walker, owner of the former Oneida Village Inn, a Three Lakes family got some letters and placed two positive messages on the inn sign during the COVID-19 pandemic with one reading “We’re all in this together.” The other side reads “Think positive thoughts.” —Contributed Photo
  • Three Lakes voters will go the polls next Tuesday, April 1, for the spring primary election, but there will be no local contests for town board or school board.
    Voters will see a
  • Legion anniversary
    Three Lakes American Legion Post 431 recently celebrated its 75th anniversary in Three Lakes. Officers celebrated years of service with members of the post. They included, from left, J.P. Holtz, Michael Berndt, Elmer Goetsch, Ali Berndt, Bob Rowe, Di Wheeler, Diana Kern, Lou Bruck Moser and Mike Silber. —Contributed Photo
  • Students of Month
    Three Lakes School Students of the Month for grades 7-12 include, from left, presenter Principal Gene Welhoefer, Brady Thomaschefsky, Elliot King, Sam Eppler, McKenzie Frankenberg and Dominick Anderson. Missing from the photo was Mady Laux. —Contributed Photo
  • Demmer recognized as ‘Star Library’
    Edward U. Demmer Memorial Library in Three Lakes was among 261 libraries on the 2019 Library Journal Index of Public Library Service’s “America’s Star Library” list, representing the top 4% of libraries in the United States. 
    The national industry publication awarded the
  • Students of Month
    Three Lakes High School January students, presented by Principal Gene Welhoefer, include, from left, Jasmine Neumann, Jesse Kleinhans, Kylee Kasmarek, Kaden Scimeca and Natalie Hicks. Missing from the photo is Isabelle Wiley. —Contributed Photo
  • Citizens of Month
    Three Lakes Elementary School Citizens of the Month for January include, from left, Sam Koshuta, Annabelle Gensler, Jackson Bender, Axel Smith, Kayden Rempert, Bekah Koch and Austin Want. Principal Steve Gruszynski presented the awards. —Contributed Photo
  • The Three Lakes School Board will meet Wednesday, March 18, at 6 p.m. in the board room at Three Lakes School. 

    Members of the public are welcome to attend.

    For more information, call Kerri Ison at (715) 546-3496.
  • Countdown
    Grandma and Grandpa Liedtke have been meeting the school bus every day since their grandson started 4K at Sugar Camp Elementary School. It doesn't matter if it is windy, raining, snowing, sunny or a blustery 14- below-zero day like last Thursday, they are at the bus stop at the end of the driveway. Grandma Liedtke also helped count down the days until the end of the school year. —Contributed Photo
  • The Demmer Library in Three Lakes is inviting families and especially girls ages 10 to 18 to join the library staff in a programming series based on females in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
    The third presentation in the series will be
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