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Even through closed windows I could hear the rough quacks of wood frogs and the clear chimes of spring peepers rising from the wetland. A loon’s haunting wail echoed across the lake. Stars twinkled. No mosquitoes buzzed. And the temperature still hovered above 50 degrees. Perfect nights like…
Thirty students graduated from a Wisconsin hunter education course sponsored by SCOPE at Hayward Middle School April 4-11. The students received a blaze orange vest from SCOPE as well as a certificate and patch.
The Chequamegon Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) will hold its Spring Workday Saturday, April 29.
The Sawyer County Tavern League will host a Spring Fling beginning at noon Sunday, April 30, at Trail’s End Resort in Hayward. There will be music, games, food and cash raffles throughout the day, with over $10,000 in prizes. The raffle will be announced at 4 p.m. First prize is $5,000, seco…
The Northwest Wisconsin Workforce Investment Board (NWWIB) and NEWaukee announce the expansion of Young Professionals Week (YPWeek) Wisconsin to include an event called Why YP?, to be held at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 26, at a Hayward Area Chamber of Commerce open house.
The Northwoods is home to many talented and amazing artists. Area residents can find local art in the shops, stores and resorts, as well as a local cooperative gallery called Art Market 63, which is located just one mile south of Cable on Highway 63.
Cabbage is traditional for slaw, but surely isn’t the only option for a lively, flavorful and fresh creation.
“Life is the soil, our choices and actions the sun and rain, but our dreams are the seed.” —Richard Paul Evans, from his novel “A Winter Dream”