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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Friday, November 16, 2018 7:29 AM
The Oneida County Board of Supervisors has signed off on the 2019 county budget. (subscriber access)
  • The Oneida County Board of Supervisors has signed off on the 2019 county budget. (subscriber access)
  • The Woodruff Town Board approved the town’s 2019 budget on Tuesday, a budget former town clerk Kim Domini said features a tax levy the same as 2018.  (subscriber access)
  • The Eagle River man accused of holding a Marshfield Clinic Minocqua nurse hostage has plead not guilty to all charges in Oneida County Circuit Court. (subscriber access)
  • The Oneida County Tourism Council (OCTC) has announced the winner of its recent Fabulous Fall Giveaway. (subscriber access)
  • Recreational users of all-terrain and utility vehicles are yet another revenue stream for many businesses in towns where roads have been opened as ATV/UTV routes, and those towns are beginning to see the economic benefit. (subscriber access)
  • A small group of electors and then the Minocqua Town Board approved the 2019 budget last Thursday.  (subscriber access)
  • LUHS school board hears about server security
    Computer server security at Lakeland Union High School was a topic of discussion for the school board at its regular monthly meeting Tuesday. 
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  • Tuesday, Nov. 6 has become a very big election day. (subscriber access)
  • Minocqua residents attending the hearing for the town’s 2019 budget Nov. 8 will be presented with an overall property tax levy increase from 2018 of just over $47,500. (subscriber access)
  • The Oneida-Vilas Transit Commission (OVTC) approved up to a $50,000 Bay Area Rural Transit (BART) loan at a meeting Tuesday. (subscriber access)
  • Air travelers out of Rhinelander-Oneida County Airport who have grown accustomed to taking SkyWest Airlines flights to and from Minnesota’s Twin Cities can look forward to more of the same for the next two years after the United States Department of Transportation on Tuesday awarded the carrier another two-year contract. (subscriber access)
  • Round table held to discuss employment and housing
    In a student housing and employment crisis round table discussion held at The Pointe Hotel and Suites in Minocqua on Tuesday, 30 businesses from the Northwoods gathered to discuss the issues of employment and housing in the area.  (subscriber access)
  • 34th Assembly candidates  square off in radio forum
    The candidates running to represent the state’s 34th Assembly District, which includes the Rhinelander area, met last Wednesday evening to tape a candidate forum for broadcast Sunday morning on WXPR public radio. (subscriber access)
  • Mining meeting
    Oneida County supervisor Bob Mott attended in Minocqua on Saturday the final of four informational meetings regarding mining.  (subscriber access)
  • Motion filed for severance as Oungst heads toward jury trial in homicide
    An attorney for Evan Oungst, 28, Arbor Vitae, one of the men accused in the murder of a Lac du Flambeau man, has filed nine motions in Iron County Circuit Court regarding a potential upcoming jury trial. (subscriber access)
  • Woodruff Town Board supervisors convened Tuesday evening to talk with Wisconsin Department of Transportation (DOT) officials regarding incorrectly disconnected street lights during the State Highway 51 construction project this summer. (subscriber access)
  • Fifteen Oneida County residents have been selected to hear the case of a former Newbold woman accused of causing the death of her 20-month-old stepson back in April 2017. (subscriber access)
  • The Arbor Vitae Town Board voted last week to advertise the position deputy town treasurer. Supervisors deemed it necessary following the announcement in September by Marshfield Clinic it was phasing out its medical transcription department and moving toward voice recognition technology. (subscriber access)
  • One of two facing charges of holding a Minocqua clinic nurse against her will this spring has waived the preliminary hearing. (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)
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