Posing with an Eaglewatch map are, from left, town chairman Walt Camp; Mary Platner, chairwoman of the St. Germain Planning and Zoning Committee; Jay Schuette, president of Wausau Homes; Tom Radenz, REI Engineering; and builder Greg Schoone. They met at the special meeting of the Planning and Zoning Committee  Feb. 18.                          —Photo By Wally Geist
ST. GERMAIN — The St. Germain Town Board approved a new 45-lot development named Eaglewatch, planned for the east shore of 239-acre Lake Content, at its meeting last Tuesday.  The lake lots are being developed by Wausau Homes. Lake Content adjoins... more
Multiple prizes furnished by local and area businesses kept announcers busy during the paddle-wheel raffle set up at the Three Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce and Welcome Center. Volunteering were, from left, Don Sidlowski, Jacki Scheppele and Jim Levandoski, all of Three Lakes.         —Photos By Dean S. Acheson
Drew Speth of Menom­onee Falls won the top raffle prize of $500 cash at Saturday’s Three Lakes Lions Ice Fishing Derby. Bill Kirby of Three Lakes took home the second place prize of the Eskimo Shark Z51 ice auger. The club netted $1,775 after... more
With about 14 inches of snow on the ground and cold temperatures, area snowmobile trails remain in good to excellent condition. More snow was in the forecast for Tuesday of this week.                                        —STAFF PHOTO
Northland Pines senior forward Cali Sanborn worked her way through the Marshfield defense to score the first goal of the game in the opening period. Sanborn also tallied another goal in the Eagles 4-0 win.                 —Staff Photos By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
The third-seeded Northland Pines girls hockey team opened the WIAA Girls Hockey Tournament with a 4-0 victory over sixth-seeded Marshfield co-op in the Dome last Friday night. “The game was a good start to the playoffs,” said Pines coach Patrick... more
The Eagles and Ken Jackson of Jackson’s Lakeside Cottages in St. Germain announced that Dr. Lewis Jacobson would be receiving a Never Forgotten Honor Flight to view the memorials in Washington, D.C., on April 27, each paying for one half of the trip.
The Northland Pines boys basketball team held its annual Veterans Night during the team’s game against Medford last Tuesday night in the field house. The program included a light meal prior to the game and free admission. The Northland Pines band... more
The Eagles and Ken Jackson of Jackson’s Lakeside Cottages in St. Germain announced that Dr. Lewis Jacobson would be receiving a Never Forgotten Honor Flight to view the memorials in Washington, D.C., on April 27, each paying for one half of the trip.
The Northland Pines boys basketball team held its annual Veterans Night during the team’s game against Medford last Tuesday night in the field house. The program included a light meal prior to the game and free admission. The Northland Pines band... more
Posing with an Eaglewatch map are, from left, town chairman Walt Camp; Mary Platner, chairwoman of the St. Germain Planning and Zoning Committee; Jay Schuette, president of Wausau Homes; Tom Radenz, REI Engineering; and builder Greg Schoone. They met at the special meeting of the Planning and Zoning Committee  Feb. 18.                          —Photo By Wally Geist
Multiple prizes furnished by local and area businesses kept announcers busy during the paddle-wheel raffle set up at the Three Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce and Welcome Center. Volunteering were, from left, Don Sidlowski, Jacki Scheppele and Jim Levandoski, all of Three Lakes.         —Photos By Dean S. Acheson
Northland Pines senior forward Cali Sanborn worked her way through the Marshfield defense to score the first goal of the game in the opening period. Sanborn also tallied another goal in the Eagles 4-0 win.                 —Staff Photos By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
The Eagles and Ken Jackson of Jackson’s Lakeside Cottages in St. Germain announced that Dr. Lewis Jacobson would be receiving a Never Forgotten Honor Flight to view the memorials in Washington, D.C., on April 27, each paying for one half of the trip.
The Eagles and Ken Jackson of Jackson’s Lakeside Cottages in St. Germain announced that Dr. Lewis Jacobson would be receiving a Never Forgotten Honor Flight to view the memorials in Washington, D.C., on April 27, each paying for one half of the trip.
A Hayward-style lumberjack competition will be one of the featured events at the final Klondike Days in Eagle River scheduled for Saturday, March 7.                              —STAFF PHOTO

Klondike Days 10 days away

Klondike Days, one of the state’s most multifaceted winter events, is just 10 days away and will celebrate its 25th anniversary
A Hayward-style lumberjack competition will be one of the featured events at the final Klondike Days in Eagle River scheduled for Saturday, March 7.                              —STAFF PHOTO

Klondike Days 10 days away

Klondike Days, one of the state’s most multifaceted winter events, is just 10 days away and will celebrate its 25th anniversary

Relay For Life to schedule Daffodil Days

Northwoods Relay For Life 2105 will offer the Daffodil Days fundraiser with sales held from March 1-13, and delivery set Friday, March 20. 

City council gives OK to ATV rules

An ordinance allowing all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) on most Eagle River streets and designating a main route through the city was adopted last week by the city council after a public hearing, with

Burkett says Vilas should sell parcels

Vilas County has in the neighborhood of $1 million in real estate that it could sell — raising much needed money for the county and putting properties back on the tax roll.

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Vilas County invasive species coordinator Ted Ritter (left) conducts an aquatic plant monitoring/ identification workshop on Mann Lake in Boulder Junction.                              —Contributed Photo
While the Vilas County Land and Water Conservation Committee gave its approval last week to retain the soon-to-be vacant invasiv

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The Eagles and Ken Jackson of Jackson’s Lakeside Cottages in St. Germain announced that Dr. Lewis Jacobson would be receiving a Never Forgotten Honor Flight to view the memorials in Washington, D.C., on April 27, each paying for one half of the trip., The Eagle River Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8637 provided the Color Guard for the pregame festivities.

The Northland Pines boys basketball team held its annual Veterans Night during the team’s game against Medford last Tuesday night in the field house.