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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Mariah Angove rises above the water for a breath in the 100-yard breaststroke at the WIAA Division 2 Sectionals on Saturday, Nov. 9 at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School. Photo by Brett LaBore/Lakeland Times.
Mariah Angove rises above the water for a breath in the 100-yard breaststroke at the WIAA Division 2 Sectionals on Saturday, Nov. 9 at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School. Photo by Brett LaBore/Lakeland Times.
Friday, November 15, 2019 7:27 AM
For the first time since 2015, the Lakeland girls’ swim team qualified four girls to the state meet. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland WINGS serves up new community involvement efforts
    Patrons of the Minocqua Public Library can now enjoy a free cup of coffee with their Tuesday morning, thanks to students of the Lakeland WINGS (Working Independently And Gaining Self-Determination) Program out of Lakeland Union High School (LUHS) with their “Coffee Corner.” (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls’ swim excited for state
    For the first time since 2015, the Lakeland girls’ swim team qualified four girls to the state meet. (subscriber access)
  • Winter sports begin their season
    The winter sports season has begun and with that, many sports worked on their skills during the first days of practice. (subscriber access)
  • New look Northern Edge begins practice
    It’s a new dawn for the Northern Edge girls’ hockey program. The Edge merged with the Lakeland co-op over the offseason to create a seven-school partnership on the ice. Tuesday was the first time the program officially worked together. (subscriber access)
  • LUHS students perform in State Honors Band
    Last month, 428 of the best high school band and choir students in Wisconsin congregated to the state’s capital for the Wisconsin State Music Association’s (WSMA) Honors Music Project. Lakeland Union High School band members Kayleigh Baasch and Brendan McMahon were among the elite. (subscriber access)
  • A season to remember
    In what may be their best season in 10 years, the Lakeland football team combined leadership, grit, family and fun into a memory that’ll last forever. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland boys’ soccer season filled with memories
    Under new leadership of coach Ihor Myshchyshyn, the Lakeland boys’ soccer team put together a memorable season with a couple of highlight games. (subscriber access)
  • T-Birds swim their way to state
    For the first time since 2015, the Lakeland girls’ swim team will be sending a few swimmers to the state meet. (subscriber access)
  • Saturday swim showdown
    Coming off an exciting GNC meet Saturday, the Lakeland girls’ swim team looks to carry that momentum into their next challenge. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland volleyball continues to rise
    The Lakeland volleyball team has showed progress in a tough Great Northern Conference the past couple of years. They have gotten better each year and that showed this season. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls’ tennis progressed in 2019
    The Lakeland girls’ tennis team combined new faces with returning veterans. That all combined for a fun season. (subscriber access)
  • Two local school districts, Lakeland Union?High School and Lac du Flambeau Public School, have reported suspected cases of super lice, head lice which have become resistant to traditional lice treatments, such as over-the-counter shampoos. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland Union High School Board of Education on Oct. 28 voted to endorse a resolution proposed by the Wausau School District urging the Wisconsin Association of School Board to consider legislation requiring school districts to retire Native American mascots. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland trio excels at State
    Big time races don’t come around too often. When they do, you want to give it everything you have, leaving it all on the course. And that’s exactly what a trio of Lakeland girls did. (subscriber access)
  • Swimming as one
    The Lakeland girls’ swim team traveled to the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point for the big Great Northern Conference meet Friday, Nov. 1. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland Union High School Board of Education approved a resolution authorizing the district to go to a referendum election on the question of authorizing the district’s budget to exceed its revenue limit by $3.45 million for a recurring operational referendum. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland trio set to compete at state
    The Lakeland cross country team sends three individuals to the 2019 State Cross Country Championships tomorrow in Wisconsin Rapids. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls’ swim team prepares to make a splash
    The Lakeland girls’ swim team participates in the Great Northern Conference meet tonight at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point Aquatics Center. (subscriber access)
  • Thunderbirds place 26 on fall All-GNC teams
    Throughout the fall sports season, there have been many athletes who have shone. Some of those athletes from Lakeland made the Great Northern Conference all-conference teams. (subscriber access)
  • World Cup skier Kevin Bolger returns to his roots
    If you see someone gliding through the snow on skis at a fast pace here in Minocqua look out … it might just be Kevin Bolger. (subscriber access)
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