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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
  • Lakeland teams improve in Babe Ruth play
    The Northwoods Babe Ruth League continued to ramp up play as both the Lakeland Black and Lakeland Gray teams played an abundance of games. (subscriber access)
  • Walleyes for Tomorrow improves spawning habitat on Lake Minocqua
    Walleye habitat on Lake Minocqua received a ton of help this past week, literally, as 180,000 pounds of rocks were placed into Stacks Bay on Tuesday to form a fresh spawning bed for walleye. The project was initiated and funded by Walleyes for Tomorrow (WFT) as part of its efforts to enhance the walleye fishery on the Minocqua Chain of Lakes (Subscriber Access)
  • The end of an Era
    Listening to the recent messages left on The Plantation Supper Club’s answering machine plays like a comedy skit. One after another the voices react with the news delivered by Tom Gumhold’s recorded voice, explaining that, after 49 years, The Plantation has closed. (Subscriber Access)
  • Snowshoe baseball returns to Lake Tomahawk
    Summer is here and the pies are ready. It is time for the snowshoe baseball season to start once again. (subscriber access)
    
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  • On a 16-3 vote, the Oneida County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution allowing the Oneida-Vilas Transit Commission to borrow up to $192,000 for four new buses, but it was anything but a resounding vote of confidence. (Subscriber Access)
  • Lac du Flambeau Tribal lenders are being accused of a usury scam with internet loans at interest rates with more than 600% annual percentage rate, according to a recently filed class action complaint in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. (Subscriber Access)
  • With the Fourth of July quickly approaching, the topic of the use of fireworks surfaced at the Minocqua Town Board meeting June 18. 

    The board discussed posting a notice in The Lakeland Times regarding the use of fireworks and advising people to be courteous and conscientious during the Fourth of July celebrations. (Subscriber Access)
  • Earlier this year, the Minocqua J1 School Board approved a $154,000 contract with Colorado-based Creative Learning Systems to establish a Smart Lab, a science, technology, engineering, and math program providing a multitude of projects designed to foster creativity and a hands-on application of concepts learned in the classroom. (Subscriber Access)
  • Three misdemeanors have been filed against a Lac du Flambeau resident after claims of him having shot at LdF Tribal member during spearfishing on Gunlock Lake earlier in May went unfounded.  (Subscriber Access)
  • Lakeland teams improve in Babe Ruth play
    The Northwoods Babe Ruth League continued to ramp up play as both the Lakeland Black and Lakeland Gray teams played an abundance of games. (subscriber access)
  • With rain keeping teams off the field last Friday in Stevens Point, teams tried to play an abundance of games on Sunday during the Don Friday Classic Baseball Tournament. But the weather still was a problem. (subscriber access)
  • Summer is here and the pies are ready. It is time for the snowshoe baseball season to start once again. (subscriber access)
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