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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
  • Colder in Boulder
    Coed canoe teammates Dave Pushka and his daughter Nicole Pushka paddle through cold pouring rain across Boulder Lake with the fastest time during the White Deer Triathlon on Saturday, May 18, in Boulder Junction. 
  • Culinary culmination
    Lakeland Union High School culinary arts students Lexi Schwartz, left, and Orianna Metzler prepare a “berry orange salad with citrus balsamic vinaigrette” as part of a gourmet meal prepared for family and friends on Wednesday,?May 15, at the Minocqua Boathouse
  • ‘One try to become addicted’ — How illicit and legal drugs impact the Vilas County community
    In the wake of several recent drug-trafficking raids and amid ongoing drug-related cases filed each week in Vilas County Circuit Court, the Vilas County Sheriff’s Department and Health Department recently hosted a community town hall meeting to raise awareness and increase education regarding increasing trends. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland golf wins, sweeps conference matches
    Even with conference already wrapped up, there was one more match to go for the Lakeland golf team. (subscriber access)

     
    
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  • ‘One try to become addicted’ — How illicit and legal drugs impact the Vilas County community
    In the wake of several recent drug-trafficking raids and amid ongoing drug-related cases filed each week in Vilas County Circuit Court, the Vilas County Sheriff’s Department and Health Department recently hosted a community town hall meeting to raise awareness and increase education regarding increasing trends. (subscriber access)
  • The state Legislative Fiscal Bureau has released revised fiscal estimates that project the state will bring in $753 million more than what was projected in January, primarily due to strong individual and corporate income tax collections. (subscriber access)
  • Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7 a.m., seniors and disabled riders file on to the buses at Northwood Transit Connections (NTC) pickups. These are the riders NTC was created to help. With its current routes, the transit organization now connects more communities than ever. In January, NTC added a loop connecting Woodruff, St. Germain, Eagle River, Three Lakes, Sugar Camp, and Rhinelander. (subscriber access)
  • Disintegrating portions of County Road B in the far north of Vilas County is being put at the forefront of county road improvements in the coming year, the finance committee voted on May 16. (subscriber access)
  • It is spring clean-up season and with it many people will be having burn piles on their property. In Wisconsin, burning permits are required by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and there are a number of ways to obtain one. (subscriber access)
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