WEDNESDAY, JULY13, 2011VILAS COUNTYNEWS-REVIEW/THE THREE LAKES NEWS
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The Eagle River AreaChamber of Commerce & Vis-itors Center has announcesthis year’s Fourth of July pa-rade winners.The parade had nearly 90entrants participating,withmore than 70 floats,accordingto chamber event coordinatorKim Emerson.“This year’s theme of ‘Down-home Pride’ showed off Eagle River’s hometownpride,”said Emerson.The float winners were:first place,Dobies North-woods Cottages;second, YMCA of the Northwoods;and third,America’s BestTree Service.“We would also like to senda big thank-you out to every-one who participated in theparade,”said Emerson.“TheEagle River parade is createdby volunteer participantsand,without the entrants andthe behind-the-scenes sup-port,this parade would not bepossible.We hope everyonethoroughly enjoyed theirFourth of July and we are al-ready looking forward to nextyear’s parade.”
we have been able to reach outto many more artists across thecountry,and the response hasbeen exciting.This year’s showwill feature more new artiststhan ever before.”In addition to the newartists,many Artarama fa- vorites will return,includingRick Schuette with his pottery,Demetra Saloutos with herironwork,Don Shunk with hisdetailed decoys and MonikaFairchild with her jewelry.Live jazz and R&B music byThe Fine Line will set themood throughout the afternoonas participants meander be-tween artist displays,silentauctions and a special set of booths called Young at Art,which will feature exhibitorsunder the age of 18.“These kids come from manybackgrounds,which is reflectedin the interesting art they cre-ate,”said Hahn.“We hope ev-eryone will include a strollthrough Young at Art duringthe day.”The silent auctions will offera taste of every media on exhib-it at the show from jewelry andwood carvings to paintings andphotography.Whether patrons arriveearly or late in the morning,they can participate,as twoseparate auctions are sched-uled,according to Hahn.Thefirst selection of items is openfor bid from 9:15 a.m.to 10:30a.m.,while the second auctionstarts at 11 a.m.and ends at12:15 p.m.The auctions willbenefit youth art programs andscholarships.Big Brothers,Big Sisterswill provide picnic-style festi- val food throughout the day.The Eagle River Lions Clubwill offer parking for a smallfee to be donated to the LionsClub for the Blind.Riverside Park,which bor-ders the river,is located justbehind the Vilas County Fair-grounds.For more informationabout Artarama,visit art-arama-er.com. A Lac du Flambeau homeand one vehicle were destroyedas a result of a house fire at13303 David Lake Lane Mon-day morning,according to the Vilas County Sheriff’s Depart-ment. Vilas County dispatch re-ceived a 911 call at 1:47 a.m.,with the caller stating that hishouse was aflame.When policearrived on the scene,the housewas fully engulfed in fire.Responding to the scenewere the Lac du FlambeauFire and Emergency MedicalServices,Minocqua Fire De-partment,Lac du FlambeauTribal Police Department, Vilas County Sheriff’s Depart-ment and Wisconsin PublicService.The incident is under inves-tigation by the Lac du Flam-beau Tribal Police Depart-ment,Lac du Flambeau FireDepartment and Vilas CountySheriff’s Department.
Fire takes Flambeau home
SKITIME — The AquaDevils Water Ski ShowTeam in Three Lakes of-fers a variety of entertain-ment every Wednesdayand Saturday evening,starting at 6:30. As seen inthese photos, the show in-cludes jumping, pyramidsthat include one solelydone by girls, doubles andtrios.--Staff PhotosBy KURTKRUEGER
Precipitation amounts are recorded at 8 a.m. for the previous 24 hours.
ONE YEAR AGO
LAST SEVEN DAYS
(PORTIONS OF THE WEATHER CORNER ARE THROUGH THE COURTESY OFKEVIN BREWSTER,EAGLE RIVER and NEWSWATCH 12 METEOROLOGIST.)
With the mayfly hatch winding down, fishing will improve, es-pecially for walleyes.Lake activity has increased with thewarmer water temperatures.That means some of the bestmuskie and walleye fishing will be at night.Days precipitation recorded since July 1, 2011, 4 days;2010, 6 days.Average high of past 30 days, 2011, 77;2010, 78.Averagelow of past 30 days, 2011, 55;2010, 57.The average daily high at this time last year for the nextseven days was 81, while the average overnight low was 58.There was rain on three days measuring 1.87 inches.
Wed., July 6............8055.35RThurs., July 7..........8060NoneFri., July 8...............8161.02RSat., July 9..............8259NoneSun., July 10...........8665NoneMon., July 11..........8570.03RTues., July 12..........7659None
Tues., July 6............81641.23RWed., July 7............8262.13RThurs., July 8..........8262.55RFri., July 9...............8457NoneSat., July 10............8854NoneSun., July 11...........7662Tr.RMon., July 12..........7856.42RWild raspberries, strawberries and mulberries are ripeningwith the warm temperatures last week.Insect repellent is amust for those hiking in the forest, as mosquitoes are abun-dant this summer due to June precipitation.
Wednesday will be sunny and seasonally cool, with a high of73 and a low of 44.Thursday scattered thunderstorms areforecast and still cool, with a high of 71 and a low of 50.Fri-day is expected to be mostly cloudy with thunderstorms, witha high of 79 and a low of 57.Saturday will be more humid witha possible thunderstorm, with a high of 85 and a low of 64.
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