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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
  • Lakeland softball squeaks by Raiders in regionals
    Survive and advance. That is one phrase used for postseason play. Just win one game and you move onto the next, which is exactly what the Lakeland softball team did Tuesday night. (subscriber access)
  • Mama’s last call
    In the world of restaurant work there is a magical moment at the end of the night, when all of the guests have been fed, watered and thanked, and the staff, counting the tips which will soon pad their pockets, reclaim the space where the patrons just sat, resting sore legs, feet, hands and shoulders, and order up that most prized of off-menu items: The Shift Drink. (subscriber access)
  • Rocking on for autism
    With autism becoming more and more prevalent in society, projects and programs dedicated to providing support and acceptance to autistic children and adults are becoming more crucial than ever. This fall, country and rock music fans have the opportunity to come together in the Northwoods at a two-day music festival to support the cause, and enjoy some of the best music country and rock have to offer. (subscriber access)
  • A STAR is born
    After overcoming many obstacles, Lakeland STAR School/Academy was set to open less than a year from the creation of its governance council. A fledgling board began the process to plan and build an “airplane” designed to take a population of students with special needs to new heights. It became apparent several committees would have to be formed to divide and conquer the multitude of tasks involved in this endeavor. We needed seven committees — curriculum, budget, hiring, student recruitment, building, fundraising and public relations — and each was just as critical as the next. (subscriber access)
    
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  • Rocking on for autism
    With autism becoming more and more prevalent in society, projects and programs dedicated to providing support and acceptance to autistic children and adults are becoming more crucial than ever. This fall, country and rock music fans have the opportunity to come together in the Northwoods at a two-day music festival to support the cause, and enjoy some of the best music country and rock have to offer. (subscriber access)
  • Oneida County district attorney Michael Schiek has filed a forfeiture action against Erv Teichmiller, the chairman of the Oneida-Vilas Transit Commission, for an open meetings law violation. (subscriber access)
  • In what he called a close case, Oneida County district attorney Michael Schiek said Tuesday a letter written by four Rhinelander city council members and the city’s mayor to the city council president did not constitute a walking quorum and so he would not prosecute them for an open meetings violation. (subscriber access)
  • Metz in custody, accused of homicide caused in 
crash after using meth, other drugs
    A man accused of causing the death of a Manitowish Waters resident after driving on snowy roads with meth, Vicodin and other drugs in his system is being held in Vilas County Jail. (subscriber access)
  • At its special meeting May 16, the St. Germain Town Board approved a motion to call an electors meeting regarding the rebuilding of the BoBoen Groomer Barn, most of which collapsed after heavy snowfall in February. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland softball squeaks by Raiders in regionals
    Survive and advance. That is one phrase used for postseason play. Just win one game and you move onto the next, which is exactly what the Lakeland softball team did Tuesday night. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland golf keeps rolling on
    The Lakeland golf team put up a remarkable performance in conference play, but on Tuesday, it was a whole new ball game with Regionals in Medford. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland track shows off competitiveness
    With conference behind them, the Lakeland track and field teams hosted a WIAA?Division 2 regional Monday at River Valley?Bank Field. (subscriber access)
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