A search warrant executed on Saturday, Aug. 20, resulted in the arr… Read more
It’s become a tradition with me, a late summer trip to Milwaukee to… Read more
Jennifer Swift of Seeley captured her second local short-course triathlon victory in the female division in two weeks by winning the Fat Tire Triathlon on Sunday, Aug. 21, with a time of 1:31:52.
Riding a course that was changed to avoid damaging the muddy forest trails, 179 riders enjoyed the new venue and finished the 21st annual Seeley Lions Club’s Pre-Fat Mountain bike races on a rainy Saturday, Aug. 20.
The mist abated, but dense clouds still hung low over the lake, their wispy undersides tickling the dark tips of trees. As we drew near the narrow, piney peninsula at the north end of Lake Owen, a bit of white emerged from the gloom. Through my camera’s zoom, I spied on a scruffy-looking adu…
Hello, music lovers. It’s hard to believe but Labor Day is right around the corner. Still, there is lots of music to be found and heard. Here’s what I know right now.
Remember when, once upon a time, it was you sitting rapt, listening to a story being read to you? Well, that time has come again as the Forest Lodge Library and Redbery Books invite area residents enjoy the Voice of the Night, a monthly “adult story time” to be held at 7 p.m. on the final Th…
A Wildflower Phenology Hike will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, at the Forest Lodge Nature Trailhead in Cable. Phenology is the study of when specific events happen in nature from year to year in a specific place. Plant ecologist Kathy Zuelsdorff will lead people on a one-mile …
We all know people who tell us “I like animals better than people.” There are those who remember the pets’ names but not the owners. Case in point: I asked who a person was when I was at the Northwoods Humane Society shelter and the response was “Bear’s dad.”