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SHELL LAKE– The Birchwood Bobcats of the Lakeland East Conference visited Shell Lake of the Lakeland Central for non-conference girls basketball action on Tuesday, Jan. 14.

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MADISON– Snowmobilers enjoying Wisconsin's trails often hear conservation wardens stressing the importance of safety, staying sober, and being smart, which also are among the top priorities promoted during International Snowmobile Safety Week, January 18-26.

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NEW RICHMOND– In Spooner Rail wrestling, the team finished with two champions at a very difficult New Richmond Wrestling Invitational over the weekend.

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SPOONER– The Spooner Rail wrestling team hosted the Ashland Oredockers in non-conference high school wrestling action on Tuesday, Jan. 7, in the Spooner High School gym,.

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SPOONER– In exciting Superior International Junior Hockey League play at the Spooner Civic Center, the Wisconsin Lumberjacks dropped a game to the Thunder Bay North Stars, then roared back to win two against the Thief River Norskies.

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SHELL LAKE– The Shall Lake Laker boys split their last two games, winning at Frederic and losing at Clear Lake.

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WEBSTER– In a clash between Lakeland Central and Lakeland West Conferences at Webster on Tuesday, Jan. 7, the Northwood Evergreens girls of the Central edged the Webster Tigers 33-32.

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SPOONER– The rich and long history of North America's most important watercraft, the canoe, will be the subject of a presentation and book signing by author Mark Neuzil at the Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum on Friday, Jan. 17.

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SPOONER– It took a double overtime to decide the winner on Monday, Jan. 6, as the Spooner Rail boys edged the Washburn Castleguards 64-62 in non-conference action in Spooner.

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SPOONER– Junior A Hockey returns to the Spooner Civic Center on Friday, Jan. 10, when the Wisconsin Lumberjacks hit the ice at 7:45 p.m.

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MINONG – The Clear Lake Warriors improved to 9-0 on the season and sit alone atop the Lakeland Central Conference standings in girls basketball following a 51-25 victory over the Northwood Evergreens on Friday, Jan. 3.

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SPOONER— The Spooner Rail boys lost a tough one on Friday, Jan. 3, falling 61-59 to the visiting Ladysmith Lumberjacks in Heart O’ North Conference play.