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  • Pleasure Island Road providing access to two Northland Pines School District schools in Eagle River could be fully reconstructed should a grant under a new state program be awarded to the city.
    The city and school district have
  • Fall run
    Participants in the Three Eagle Half Marathon ran on a cushion of leaves on this stretch of the trail. —Photo By Jennifer West
  • Local printing plant to close after 47 years

    The Vilas County News-Review, The Three Lakes News and North Woods Trader will change printing plants as of Nov. 1, bringing  some changes for news and

  • A 53-year-old Sugar Camp man, charged with homicide by negligent operation of a vehicle and hit-and-run involving death for his alleged involvement in a motorcycle accident that killed Sean Holtslander, 23,  of Eagle River, made an adjourned initial appearance in Oneida
  • Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for nearly 69 million Americans will increase 1.6% in 2020, the Social Security Administration announced last week.
    The 1.6% cost-of-living adjustment will
    Forty hearty anglers braved the elements to compete in the 34th annual Three Lakes Fall Classic Muskie Tournament on the Three Lakes Chain of Lakes last Saturday.

    The cold temperatures and
    The Northland Pines Cross-Country Invitational saw beautiful weather Oct. 8, with both the high school and middle school courses run on school grounds around the soccer, softball, baseball and football fields, as well as on the Eagle River Golf Course.  
    “We appreciate the
    Cold temperatures and high winds greeted runners, spectators and volunteers this past weekend for the sixth annual Three Eagle Half Marathon, and 5K races Saturday.
    Run as a point-to-point race along the scenic Three Eagle Trail stretch from Eagle River to Three Lakes, the
  • Donations to Warm The Children, a program to provide winter clothing to qualified families and sponsored by the Vilas County News-Review, have been coming in steadily.
    “Because the program has been in effect the past
  • The family-friendly Bark in the Dark “howl-o-ween” party will be held Saturday, Oct. 19, at Don Burnside Park in Three Lakes, from 6 to 8 p.m. The theme this year is “Ruff-engers: Endgame.”
    Pet lovers are welcome to attend the event and have
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