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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
  • Lakeland’s Bengtson topping golf leaderboard
    Even with summer in full swing, it hasn’t stopped Lakeland Union High School golfer Kyle Bengtson from hitting the course and finding success. (subscriber access)
  • 80 years, still growing
    Just a few shelves of a household collection of some 200 books in the windowless basement of the Sayner Grade School were the humble beginnings of the Plum Lake Library, now approaching its 80th year in a standalone building which has since become a central community pillar. (Subscriber Access)
  • Reeling them in
    The Eagle River Fishing Day for Kids was held last Thursday at the fairgrounds in Eagle River and judging from the smiles on nearly 40 kids faces, the future of fishing looked bright. (Subscriber Access)
    
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  • Minocqua’s old Hwy. 51 fishing pier to be further studied
    For the second month in a row, the old fishing pier next to the U.S. Highway 51 bridge over Lake Minocqua was once again a topic of discussion at a Minocqua Town Board meeting. (Subscriber Access)
  • Live fire training conducted in Arbor Vitae
    Firefighters from the Woodruff, Arbor Vitae, Minocqua, Boulder Junction and Hazelhurst fire departments had an opportunity to gain valuable practical experience in fire control and extinguishments at a live fire training conducted July 13. (Subscriber Access)
  • The Lake Tomahawk Town Board approved on July 10 a bid for the construction of a town office addition to the Raymond F. Sloan community center. 

    The bid, from Gregory Builders of Lake Tomahawk, was for a total of $200,325.  (Subscriber Access)
  • News analysis



    When Oneida County established a funding opportunities committee to try and find an additional $800,000 a year for wage increases — and to ponder the county’s fiscal future in general — the mammoth task of finding new revenues and/or cutting spending fell not merely on the shoulders of county board supervisors but on those of department heads as well. (Subscriber Access)
  • Most Wisconsin business leaders support President Donald Trump’s use of tariffs as he aggressively tries to negotiate a trade deal with China, despite short-term pain, a new survey of Wisconsin business leaders shows. (Subscriber Access)
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