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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
  • Small Town Baseball World Series coming to town
    Summer encompasses a lot of different things — swimming, heat, fishing, ice cream and popsicles. Another thing which makes summer fun is baseball, and there is a lot of that coming to Minocqua. (subscriber access)
  • Arbor Vitae residents escape Canadian forest fire
    What began as a typical fly-in fishing excursion quickly turned into a life-threatening situation for Eileen and Robert Young of Arbor Vitae as the couple was evacuated not once, but twice in the wake of forest fires raging across Canada. (Subscriber Access)
  • It’s OK, you’re on vacation
    The Oneida County Tourism Council (OCTC) unveiled the new Oneida County website and brand July 11, launching a revitalization of the brand to promote everything the Northwoods has to offer for tourism. (Subscriber Access)
    
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  • The Oneida County Sheriff’s Department is recommending a felony charge of misconduct in public office be filed against Oneida County forest director John Bilogan, sheriff’s department records show. (subscriber access)
  • Baltus charged with felony embezzlement
    Kimberly Baltus of Minocqua, the former Minocqua Area Chamber of Commerce (MACC) executive director and a former director of Ascension Sacred Heart-St. Mary’s Hospital Foundations, has been charged with one count of felony theft of more than $10,000 in a business setting, or embezzlement, a criminal complaint filed July 9 shows. (Subscriber Access)
  • Topping off ceremony marks completion of 
Minocqua Hospital structural phase

    Construction on the Marshfield Medical Center-Minocqua, has reached the completion of the structural phase.

    Initial ground-breaking and site work for the 72,000-square-foot, 12-bed hospital began in December of 2018 while construction on the project began in April of 2019. 

    The topping off ceremony July 12 marked the completion of the structural phase and offered providers and staff the opportunity to sign the last beam to be placed at a later time.(Subscriber Access)

  • Arbor Vitae Fire Department creates new training trailer
    The Arbor Vitae Fire Department is in the process of creating a new training trailer to be used to give firefighters practice with self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), which is worn when firefighters go into fires, and it contains pure, compressed air. The trailer will be a SCBA Proficiency Maze, designed to help firefighters become more comfortable with using their SCBA. The trailer is currently about halfway done, with estimated completion in about a month. (Subscriber Access)
  • Arbor Vitae residents escape Canadian forest fire
    What began as a typical fly-in fishing excursion quickly turned into a life-threatening situation for Eileen and Robert Young of Arbor Vitae as the couple was evacuated not once, but twice in the wake of forest fires raging across Canada. (Subscriber Access)
  • Small Town Baseball World Series coming to town
    Summer encompasses a lot of different things — swimming, heat, fishing, ice cream and popsicles. Another thing which makes summer fun is baseball, and there is a lot of that coming to Minocqua. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland football puts on complete effort
    Fall sports are just around the corner, and to get ready, the Lakeland football team continued to learn their craft and work on their game. (subscriber access)
  • Minocqua Legion falls to Medford
    As Legion ball continues, it was another tough time for the Minocqua American Legion Post 89 team. (subscriber access)
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