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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Friday, October 19, 2018 7:30 AM
Seven Oneida County supervisors — one-third of the full county board — made the trek last week to Michigan to tour the fully functioning Eagle mine site, and Oneida County supervisors returned with highly favorable impressions of what they saw. (subscriber access)
  • Seven Oneida County supervisors — one-third of the full county board — made the trek last week to Michigan to tour the fully functioning Eagle mine site, and Oneida County supervisors returned with highly favorable impressions of what they saw. (subscriber access)
  • Several felony charges against one of the men convicted in the murder of a Lac du Flambeau man have been dismissed in Oneida County Circuit Court.  (subscriber access)
  • Mathein will offer write-in alternative to Hartman
    Former Oneida County medical examiner Larry Mathein announced on Facebook this week he would file the necessary paperwork to challenge incumbent sheriff Grady Hartman as a write-in candidate on Nov. 6. (subscriber access)
  • Several members of the Oneida County Forestry Committee will travel to the Eagle Mine in Marquette, Mich., this week to learn more about the business of mining.  (subscriber access)
  • The Oneida County administration committee struggled last week to balance the county’s preliminary 2019 budget — they did not do so completely and will meet this week to finish the task and debate strategy — grappling with both wages that lag behind comparable counties and the potential need to start cutting programs and personnel. (subscriber access)
  • Following questions from Oneida County and from the state Legislature, the Department of Natural Resources has reversed its course and will now allow property owners to construct a deck on top of their flat-roofed boathouses. (subscriber access)
  • Two Marathon County men are facing a number of charges in connection with a series of tavern burglaries in the Northwoods. (subscriber access)
  • Several residents of Pickerel Lake near St. Germain attended a meeting of the Newbold Town Board on Sept. 27. (subscriber access)
  • Airport unveils massive  trove of football memorabilia
    A massive sports memorabilia collection has found a new home at the Rhinelander-Oneida County Airport. (subscriber access)
  • Minocqua holds public information meetings regarding proposed PRAT
    A total of 13 people attended two public information meetings conducted by the town of Minocqua on Wednesday and Thursday of last week.  (subscriber access)
  • Allen may be dismissed from theft of gun allegedly used in Iron County homicide
    One of the four charged in the felony theft of the believed Iron County homicide murder weapon from a Lake Tomahawk residence last year may have the case dismissed. (subscriber access)
  • In an effort to crack down on detached garages in single-family districts being used illegally as living quarters, Oneida County will explore issuing two separate garage permits — one with plumbing and one without plumbing. (subscriber access)
  • The county hiring process for replacing an employee will be expedited in order to fill the vacancy of medical examiner, the Oneida County Joint Labor Relations and Employee Services, Administration, Public Works and Planning and Development Committees decided last Thursday afternoon. (subscriber access)
  • The Eagle River man accused of holding a Marshfield Clinic employee against her will and threatening her with his ex-wife has found defense and will have a preliminary hearing next month. (subscriber access)
  • Weyerhauser man  sentenced to eight years  for Mid Lake Road arson
    A 38-year-old Weyerhauser man was sentenced in Oneida County district court Sept. 13 to eight years in prison for the March arson of a house on Mid-Lake Road. (subscriber access)
  • An agenda item to fill a county vacancy on the North Central Regional Planning Commission prompted two debates this past Tuesday — and a mystery. (subscriber access)
  • When Oneida County sheriff Grady Hartman presented his 2019 no-increase proposed budget to the county’s public safety committee last week, he topped it off with a serious word of caution about the future: After more than a decade of no-increase budgets, the sheriff said, supervisors should be prepared to raise taxes or lose some programs, sooner rather than later. (subscriber access)
  • Lake Tomahawk Town Board hears about ‘Generations’
    In May 2015, the Lakeland Senior Center in Woodruff was destroyed by a fire. (subscriber access)
  • Chagnon draws jail time in battery case
    A convicted sex offender from Rhinelander who stabbed a fellow inmate with a pencil in April of this year was sentenced Tuesday morning to 90 days in jail to be served concurrently with a five-year prison sentence on a probation revocation. (subscriber access)
  • Woodruff businessman wants his building fixed
    The U.S. Highway 51 reconstruction project through Woodruff has caused some headaches for some business people, one of them Chuck Dicka, who’s owned the building housing his business, The Hunters’ Headquarters, for 25 years. (subscriber access)
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