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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
  • Rockin’ Symphony
    Rockin’ Symphony
    Two dozen classical and pop musicians join Vic Ferrari on stage performing a high powered rock symphony show playing some of the biggest classic rock hits on Saturday, Nov. 16, at the Lake of the Torches Resort Casino in Lac du Flambeau.
  • St. Germain native shot, killed in Alaska
    St. Germain native shot, killed in Alaska
    A St. Germain man and soldier is dead after his roommate fatally shot him with an AR-15 rifle in Anchorage, Alaska. (subscriber access)
  • History in the pool
    History in the pool
    Four girls participated in the WIAA Division 2 girls’ state swimming and diving championships Friday, Nov. 15 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Natatorium, making history once again. (subscriber access)
  • Annual pie auction continues to support local boy
    Annual pie auction continues to support local boy
    For the past six years in November, one family has had a lot of pumpkin, pecan and chicken pot pies to be thankful for.

    Stormi and Ken Schmidt welcomed their son Lelyn into the world in February 2013. He was born with a rare condition called anophthalmia, which is the absence of one or both eyes. In Lelyn’s case, it was both. (subscriber access)
    
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  • Vilas County Board of Adjustment stays the course in Carlin water case
    It took nearly five and a half hours — including a two and a half hour closed session — but the Vilas County Board of Adjustment last week voted 4-0 to uphold the interpretation of portions of the county zoning ordinance as it pertains to plans for hauling water from the Carlin Club well in Presque Isle. (subscriber access)
  • Boulder Junction’s journey toward a dependable, high speed broadband has reached the next stages following two advisory votes that would first decide whether the plan to install high speed broadband throughout the town of Boulder Junction would be implemented, and the second would determine which option the town would opt for. (subscriber access)
  • St. Germain native shot, killed in Alaska
    A St. Germain man and soldier is dead after his roommate fatally shot him with an AR-15 rifle in Anchorage, Alaska. (subscriber access)
  • The Oneida Vilas Transit Commission on Wednesday, Nov. 13 discussed the two new proposed routes for 2020. (subscriber access)
  • The Florence County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously last week to become a Second Amendment sanctuary county, becoming the first county in Wisconsin to join a movement that in the past year has begun to grow rapidly across the country. (subscriber access)
  • History in the pool
    Four girls participated in the WIAA Division 2 girls’ state swimming and diving championships Friday, Nov. 15 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Natatorium, making history once again. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland honors two students going D1
    Every once in a while there are a couple of special athletes who compete at a high level and are recruited to play at a high level university. Lakeland Union High School honored two special student-athletes on Wednesday, Nov. 13. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland cross country finishes strong
    The Lakeland cross country team finished a season full of memories, for both veterans and up-and-coming runners. (subscriber access)
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