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VOL. 125, NO. 35
NEWS-REVIEW EAGLE RIVER, WI 54521 • (715) 479-4421 •

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17, 2010

Gun deer season opens Saturday
Low deer numbers mean buck-only hunt
BY KURT KRUEGER abled hunting permit holders, most units across the three coun-
members of the Armed Forces and ties, which is why the DNR im-
___________ first-year hunter’s safety gradu- posed a virtual buck-only hunt for
ates. the second year.
Low deer numbers and virtually But unlike last year, DNR game As an example, Eckstein said
zero antlerless tags for the second manager Ron Eckstein said biolo- Unit 38 in Oneida County, which
straight year will mean limited gists expect the buck harvest will includes a mixture of forests, fields
harvest opportunities when start to increase, following a mild and residential areas, is still 40%
hunters take to northern forests winter and a very limited harvest below the goal of 20 deer per
for the start of the nine-day gun of antlerless deer last season. square mile.
season this Saturday, Nov. 20. “It certainly won’t be anything The agency estimates the over-
After the buck harvest plum- like it was three years ago, but we winter population was 5,148 deer
meted in Vilas, Oneida and Forest should see an increase in the buck compared to a goal of 8,580 deer.
counties three years in a row, em- kill,” said Eckstein. “My guess is Last year, hunter’s harvested 984
battled deer managers with the that we will see relatively more deer from that unit.
Department of Natural Resources yearling bucks and 3-year-old deer, Deer numbers are equally down
(DNR) sided with widespread calls but a lack of 2-year-olds because of in Vilas. Estimates for Unit 35 in
for a traditional buck-only frame- the harsh winter on fawn produc- the north and central areas of the
work. tion in the spring of 2008.” county show a population of 4,248
It’s too soon to tell if bucks will still The only exceptions to the zero The deer herd remains signifi- Dragging out a nice buck is the
be rutting on opening weekend. antlerless harvest are certain dis- cantly below over-winter goals in To DEER HUNT, Pg. 2A dream of every deer hunter.

Stubbe selected
to direct Vilas
economic group
Kenneth Stubbe, formerly
the executive director of the
Economic Development Corp.
of Manitowoc County, has
been hired as the full-time ex-
ecutive director of the Vilas
County Economic Develop-
ment Corp. (VCEDC).
Stubbe, who was selected
from an applicant pool of 25
candidates that surfaced dur-
ing a search conducted by the
VCEDC board, is both a certi-
fied economic developer and
an economic development fi-
nance professional with near-
ly 20 years of experience in
economic development. KENNETH STUBBE
He is certified by the Inter-
national Economic Develop- turing, economic development
ment Council and the Nation- program management and de-
al Development Council. He velopment, revolving loan
also is a certified secondary fund management, business
education language arts in- incubator management, busi-
structor. He has undergradu- ness consulting and business
ate degrees in business and writing.
communications, graduate ed- “We are delighted to have
ucation in business manage- selected Ken from an impres-
ment and manufacturing, and sive pool of candidates to be
School of Banking course- our first full-time executive
work. director for the Vilas County
VETERANS HONORED — Area veterans accepted a flower as a dent during a Veterans Day ceremony at Northland Pines Middle Stubbe brings an extensive Economic Development
token of appreciation from an Eagle River Elementary School stu- School Thursday. --Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH background in financial struc- To STUBBE, Pg. 4A

Brunswick named director
of Three Lakes chamber Second dog attacked along Hwy. G
The Three
Lakes Area
and publish a tourist and visi-
tor guide called This Week in
Man believes wolf injured his golden retriever
Chamber of the Northwoods that has been ___________
BY GARY RIDDERBUSCH of her and rushed her to
Commerce and designed to inform locals,
the veterinarian, where she
Welcome Cen- tourists and visitors about area NEWS-REVIEW ASST. EDITOR
___________ was treated for a gash in
ter board of di- events and businesses.
her chest, a leg wound and
rectors has an- Brunswick has been a mem- For the second time in injuries to her face,” said
nounced the ber of the Three Lakes cham- six months, a wolf may Baertschy. “It cost us $900
appointment ber of commerce for seven have attacked a dog outside to have her mended and we
of Skip Bruns- years and is currently on the a residence along Highway returned to the vet Monday
wick as the BRUNSWICK board of directors for Klondike G just northwest of Eagle because she was draining
new chamber Days, serves on several local River. badly out of the front
executive director, effective im- committees, is a member of the Mark Baertschy, who wound.”

mediately. American Legion and the Ma-
Brunswick has been a North lives at 4840 Highway G, Cory Arp, who owns the
rine Corps League. said there’s “no doubt” that
Woods resident since 2001 and dog, just shook his head
“We welcome Skip’s busi- a wolf attacked his step- when he saw Honey’s in-
has been actively involved in
ness expertise and his eager- son’s 6-year-old golden re- juries, knowing that just
several surrounding communi- ness to help promote and at- triever last Wednesday af- days earlier he was grouse
ty events to aid in the promo- tract visitors to the Three ternoon about the time his hunting with his cherished
tion of the North Woods area.
children were getting off hunting partner.
He and his wife, Cyd, own To BRUNSWICK, Pg. 2A
the school bus. Larry Arndt, who lives
“We believe the wolf was just six houses away at
WELCOME HUNTERS! in the woods behind the
house watching the neigh-
5040 Highway G, also was
in disbelief. He knows what
bor’s kids playing on a the Baertschy family is
Hunters offered trampoline about 3:30 going through, as he be-
when our dog, Honey, was lieves his 8-year-old
tips in Outdoors patrolling our yard, saw the Japanese Chin was at-
wolf and fought with it,” tacked by a wolf in the
I Information on pre- said Baertschy. Cory Arp takes a look at the wounds his golden retriever same neighborhood May 7.
paring a trophy for After a short fight, the sustained when it was attacked by a wolf. --STAFF PHOTO The dog had a cracked rib
the taxidermist and a injured 65-pound dog was and punctured lung.
list of registration able to get back into who was getting off the dog along the property line
In that incident last
stations are featured. Baertschy’s yard. Minutes school bus and walking to fence.
Pgs. 10A-12A later, Baertschy’s daughter, the house, saw the bloodied “We cleaned the blood off To ATTACK, Pg. 4A

Note: Precipitation amounts are recorded at 8 a.m. for the previous 24 hours.

Hi Lo Prec. Hi Lo Prec.
Wed., Nov. 10 .........60 35 None Tues., Nov. 10 .........54 22 None
Thurs., Nov. 11 .......52 39 .04R Wed., Nov. 11 .........49 21 None
Fri., Nov. 12.............44 24 None Thurs., Nov. 12 .......49 26 None
Sat., Nov. 13 ...........37 30 2"S Fri., Nov. 13.............56 41 None
Sun., Nov. 14 ..........36 29 Tr.S Sat., Nov. 14 ...........52 39 None
Mon., Nov. 15..........38 26 .8"S Sun., Nov. 15 ..........42 26 None
Tues., Nov. 16 .........39 27 None Mon., Nov. 16..........46 16 None

The average daily high at this time last year for the next
LAST YEAR seven days was 47, while the average overnight low was 29.
There was rain on two days measuring .27 of an inch.

COMPARISON Days precipitation recorded since Oct. 1, 2010, 19 days;
2009, 21 days.
Average high of past 30 days, 2010, 49; 2009, 49. Average
low of past 30 days, 2010, 30; 2009, 30.

SNOW Deer hunters may have
a light layer of tracking 2009-’10 ’10-’11
snow opening week- Inches to date
0 3
0 2.8
end, with a chance of Ground cover 0 Trace
snow both Wednesday
and Thursday this week.

STREAMS Muskie anglers are still hitting area lakes, casting and soak-
ing suckers for a trophy fish. With the mild temperatures, an-
AND LAKES glers may be able to fish through the closing Nov. 30.
DERBY QUEEN — Andrea Sergent (left) of Eagle River
OUTLOOK Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with afternoon flurries, with
a high of 36 and a low of 28. Thursday there will be lake-ef- was crowned the World Championship Snowmobile Derby
fect snow showers, with a high of 31 and a low of 24. Friday Queen for 2011 during a pageant at Eagle Waters Resort
will be breezy with a few flurries possible, with a high of 36 last Saturday. The candidates included (above from left)
and a low of 22. Saturday is expected to be partly cloudy and Katrina Tameling, Shannon Stevens, Sergent, Loren Nel-
seasonal, with a high of 34 and a low of 22. son and Samantha Pusateri. Below, Sergent reacts as her
name was announced as the 2011 Derby Queen.

Brunswick: FROM PAGE 1A
Lakes area,” said a chamber board of directors. If you or
spokesperson. someone you know is interest-
The Three Lakes chamber ed in joining the board, please
of commerce will hold its an- contact Cheryl or Skip at the
nual meeting Wednesday, Dec. chamber to submit your nomi-
1, at Black Forest Pub & Grille nation.”
from 5:30 to 7 p.m. The cost is $7 per person at
“We would also like to ex- the door. There will be appetiz-
tend an invitation to all mem- ers and a cash bar. Members
bers to attend the chamber’s are welcome to take a guest.
annual meeting,” said a Those attending should re-
chamber official. “Please join spond to the chamber by Nov.
us to meet and congratulate 24 at (715) 546-3344 or e-mail
Skip on his new position, and threelakeschamber@three-
to vote for your new chamber

Deer hunt:
Unit 39 is 55% below goal
“Based on citizen comments consin. It is intended as a way
we received at our public deer for hunters to pass on the tra-
deer compared to a goal of herd status meetings this past dition at an earlier age — to
7,080, also down 40%. Unit 36 spring, we are allowing zero level the playing field with
in the St. Germain area faired antlerless harvest in these competing sports and activi-
slightly better, down 28%. units.” ties.
In Forest County, the herd He recommends that Keith Warnke, the DNR’s
in popular Unit 39 in the na- hunters check the deer hunt- big game ecologist in Madi-
tional forest is estimated at ing regulations booklet to son, said deer hunting is a
3,825 animals compared to a make sure they know which whole lot more than just
goal of 8,500, which is 55% unit they are hunting in and killing a deer.
below goal. know the season structure for “For most hunters, it’s
The dismal herd and that unit. about spending time with
hunter complaints prompted Hunters will be faced with family and friends, getting
the DNR to decide last year, the fourth earliest opening outside in the autumn air, ob-
for the first time, to eliminate date possible, so it is too soon serving wildlife, and enjoying
the opportunity for gun to tell at what level rutting ac- the various traditions associ-
hunters to shoot antlerless tivity might still be occurring ated with the deer season,” he
deer in units where the herd to boost buck movement. Biol- said.
is 20% or more below goal. ogists say once rutting is over,
The buck-only hunt will mean exhausted bucks tend to dis- Tourism boost
one of the most traditional appear into seclusion to recov- While hunter numbers
deer seasons since the 1970s. er. might be down in northern
Unlike last year, a weather “There always seem to be units with the lack of antler-
forecast that includes more some of the larger bucks still less tag availability, Eckstein
snow added to what already chasing does come opening said an estimated 40,000
fell last weekend could help weekend,” said Eckstein. hunters will still take to the
improve visibility and hunter The nine-day hunt will run woods this Saturday in Vilas,
success. There was 2 to 3 inch- through Sunday, Nov. 28, and Oneida and Forest counties.
es of snow on the ground Mon- will be followed by a 10-day Last year, Wisconsin was
day and the forecast calls for a muzzleloader season that is third in the nation for the
chance for more snow Thurs- open to anyone with an un- number of deer hunting li-
day. used carcass tag. censes it issued, selling more
“Snow almost always im- “Once again, the muz- than 626,000 licenses.
proves hunter success,” said zleloader hunt is going to be Many northern hunters
Eckstein. “Deer are easier to pretty much a buck-only event will come to cabins, resorts
see, shoot and track in snow. It up here,” said Eckstein. and motels in the tri-county
also aides hunters in terms of area, home to massive tracts
scouting and finding the best Passing it on of public forestland and indus-
areas to hunt.” The newest twist on the trial forestland that harbors
In 2009, when opening day 2010 gun deer season is that deer in varying densities.
brought no snow and heavy for the second year, Wiscon- Connie Heeg, executive di-
fog statewide, orange-clad gun sin’s mentored hunting pro- rector of the Eagle River Area
hunters harvested 1,307 gram will allow 10- and 11- Chamber of Commerce and
bucks in Oneida and 805 year-olds to hunt with an Visitors Center, said the deer
bucks in Vilas. The total buck adult within arm’s reach. season helps bridge the gap
harvest, including archery Tim Lawhern, head of the between the fall color season
and muzzleloader seasons, DNR’s hunter safety educa- and the snowmobiling season.
was 2,035 in Oneida and tion program, said last week “November is a pretty slow
1,200 in Vilas. that mentored hunting partic- month and so the boost pro-
“Oneida has 1,000 square ipation has exceeded expecta- vided by deer hunters is ex-
miles of deer range, which tions. tremely welcome,” he said. “It
means we harvested two “I don’t have the actual is also a great time for fami-
bucks per square mile over- numbers to date, but what we lies and friends to partake in
all,” said Eckstein. “That have seen in licenses pur- a time-honored tradition.”
should increase this year.” chased is far greater than we Public forests here include
Gun hunters are reminded expected,” said Lawhern. “And the Chequamegon-Nicolet Na-
that there are zero antlerless the safety record for the new tional Forest, the Northern
tags available for units 34, 35, program is spotless, with not Highland-American Legion
36, 37, 38 and 39, which cover one hunting accident of any State Forest and county
much of Vilas, Oneida and kind.” forests.
Forest counties. Authored by state Sen. Jim There are also tens of thou-
“We are trying to rebuild Holperin (D-Eagle River), the sands of acres of privately
the deer herd in these areas,” legislation was supported by owned industrial timberlands
said Michael Zechmeister, re- the DNR and the majority of enrolled in forest crop that are
gional wildlife biologist. hunting organizations in Wis- open to public hunting.

Groups seeking funds
to develop two trails
The Vilas Area Silent but they don’t cover every-
Sports Association (VASSA) is thing,” said GWHTS Co-chair-
acting as a tax-exempt con- woman Ann Currie. “We ex-
duit for contributions to the pect additional funds for the
two local citizen groups that Conover segment to come
recently secured grants total- from snowmobile funds, but
ing more than $1.2 million to we need to be ready to cover
develop bicycle-pedestrian any shortfall. In addition, this
trail segments in the Eagle great start is only a 10th of
River and Conover areas. the whole trail system that we
The Eagle River segment is expect to develop.”
the second phase of the Three Currie noted that all of the
Eagle Trail. It will extend 3.2-mile segment will be a
south from Dairy Queen 2.75 designated snowmobile trail
miles through wetlands and in winter.
woodlands to a picnic area Constructing the Eagle
near Section Nine Road. River segment will be a step
The 3.2-mile segment being closer to completing the vision
developed by the Great Wis- of the Three Eagle Trail Foun-
consin Headwaters Trail Sys- dation which is to create an
tem (GWHTS) Foundation off-road trail connecting
IN HONOR — Military vet- will be the western portion of Three Lakes with Eagle River.
erans were honored by a trail to connect Conover and “Now that we have the
students, parents and Phelps. It includes a quarter- grant funding for this seg-
other citizens of the Three mile of a planned north-south ment, our challenge is to pro-
Lakes School District last trail between Eagle River and vide the 20% of design and
Thursday in ceremonies Land O’ Lakes. construction costs that aren’t
at both Three Lakes and In the next year, both non- covered by the grant,” ex-
Sugar Camp. These pho- profit groups will launch plained Tom Rulseh, presi-
tos were taken during the major fundraising campaigns dent of the Three Eagle Trail
elementary school pro- to cover short- and long-term Foundation. “When the city of
gram in the auditorium, expenses that won’t be cov- Eagle River agreed to sponsor
where students sang pa- ered by the recently awarded our grant application, we told
triotic songs as members grant money. them that the foundation
of American Legion Post A tax-exempt route for sup- would cover that 20%.”
431 and the Legion Auxil- porters of either project to The GWHTS Foundation
iary listened. make contributions before the made the same agreement
--STAFF PHOTOS end of 2010 is to direct funds with the town of Conover.
to VASSA, a 501(c)(3) nonprof- Those who want to con-
it organization. Checks should tribute to either or both of the
be made out to VASSA and trail organizations should
sent with instructions identi- make checks out to VASSA
fying to which trail organiza- and send them to VASSA Inc.,
tion the funds should go. P.O. Box 912, Eagle River, WI
“We know a lot of people 54521, with a note about
are happy to see this trail de- which trail organization or or-
velopment for Vilas County, ganizations will receive the
and are ready to do what they funds.
can to support those enter- For more information, visit
prises,” said VASSA President VASSA’s Web site at VASSA-
Mike Robillard. “VASSA ex- or call Robillard at
ists to provide support for (920) 312-8937.
such silent-sport projects.”
“The grants were great
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Alice Daisy Bartsch Janet M. Norton
Alice Daisy Bartsch of Oak- She was preceded in death Janet M. Norton of Eagle
field, formerly of Eagle River by her parents; two brothers, River died Sunday, Nov. 14,
and New London, died Thurs- Wallace and Leroy; and one sis- 2010, at Aspirus Wausau
day, Nov. 11, 2010, at St. Agnes ter, Florence. Hospital in Wausau. She was
Hospital in Fond du Lac. She In addition to her husband 72.
was 84. of 65 years, survivors include Mrs. Norton was born
She was born April 20, 1926, five sons, Rodney (Dolores) of June 6, 1938, in West Bend,
in Williamstown, the daughter Monterey, Calif., Lon (Carol) of the daughter of Lawrence
of Arthur and Lilly (nee Groth) Rhinelander, Daryl (Dawn) of and Mary (nee Hajny)
Margelofsky. Oakfield, Doyle (Nancy) of Polenske.
She married Otto Bartsch Williamstown and Terry She was raised and at-
April 19, 1945, at St. Stephens (Ellen) of Port Richey, Fla.; two tended schools in West Bend.
Lutheran Church in Horicon. sisters, Leola Roggenbauer and She married John Norton
She was a member of St. Patty (Jim) Bertel; one brother, Dec. 14, 1957, in Waukegan,
Luke Lutheran Church in Chester (June) Margelofsky; 14 Ill. The couple moved to the
Knowles. grandchildren; 12 great-grand- North Woods in 1977.
While living in Eagle River, children; nieces; nephews; and She and her husband
Mrs. Bartsch was a member of other relatives and friends. owned and operated The For-
the Kalmar Center and spent A memorial service was held est Motel in Florence and
time volunteering with her Nov. 15 at St. Luke Lutheran moved to Eagle River in
husband. Church. The Rev. Matthew 1989.
Mrs. Bartsch was a caretak- Kuske officiated. She was employed as a
er of Franklin Park Apart- Inurnment will take place at housekeeper for the North-
ments while living in New Lon- a later date. land Pines School system for
don. Memorials may be directed 10 years.
Her hobbies included cook- to the St. Luke’s Lutheran Her hobbies included
ing, baking and canning. Church Building Fund. hunting, stamp collecting and
feeding the birds.
She was preceded in death
David G. Conger by one brother, Larry
David was born on Oct. 28, Ballwin, Mo.; six grandchil-
Survivors include her hus-
1920, in Richmond, Va., and dren; eight great-grandchil-
band, John; two daughters,
entered into eternal life on dren; and several nieces and
Barbara (Doug) Weber of Au-
Nov. 12, 2010, in Eagle River, nephews.
rora, and Janine (Ron)
Wis. As husband, father, uncle,
Orzech of Three Lakes; two
Following high school grad- grandfather, great-grandfa-
sons, John of Eagle River and
uation from Wauwatosa High ther and friend, David will be
Robert (Sandra) of Iron
School, David married dearly missed by all.
Mountain, Mich.; one sister,
Dorothy Bamberg on Valen- “David Conger never met a
Ann Polenske of West Bend; SLIPPERY ROADS — The first snowfall of the motorists sliding into ditches and trees Saturday
tine’s Day, 1942. David and stranger.”
and four grandchildren. season was wet and slippery, resulting in many morning. --Staff Photo By KURT KRUEGER
Dorothy shared 68 years of A Mass of Christian Burial
A funeral service will be
wedded bliss. will be held at 10 a.m. on
held Wednesday, Nov. 17,
David served his country as Thursday, Nov. 18, 2010, at St.

Town board supports
2010, at 11 a.m. at St. There-
a staff sergeant during World Peter the Fisherman Parish at
sa Catholic Church in Three
War II in the Pacific Theater 5001 County Road G in Eagle
Lakes. The Rev. William Hor-
at Okinawa. River. Fr. Robert J. Koszarek
ath will preside.
He then worked for 38 will preside. Visitation will be
Visitation will be one hour
years at Wisconsin Electric
Power as a boiler and turbine
operator. There was never an
imagined project that David
from 9 a.m. until the time of
Mass with burial following.
Memorials in David’s name
may be made to Hope Lodge,
prior to the service at the
church. Burial will follow in
Three Lakes Cemetery.
Red Brick Schoolhouse
could not build. He was a kin- 611 W. Doege, Marshfield, WI to make comfortable meeting said that the town needs a
dred spirit to all animals. 54449. BY MARY PLATNER
David was preceded in
death by his parents, Isaac
Family would like to extend
a special thank-you to Help-
and office space,” he said. “The
town board will further commit
to yearly placing into the bud-
place to keep records and an of-
ficial place for people to come
for town business.
and Esther (Digman) Conger, ing Hands of Rhinelander, FROM PAGE 1A ST. GERMAIN — The Nov. 8 get a sum of dollars for remod- The motion was approved on
older brother, Jack Conger, Wis., and Ministry Health town board meeting may go eling the building to meet a roll call vote with Radtke,
and younger sister, Mary Alice Care-Dr. Kate Hospice. down in history as a critical handicap standards and office Camp and Christensen voting
spring, Arndt said a wolf
VanderWerf. The care, tenderness and juncture in deciding the future space and meeting space for yes and Vojta and Nimz voting
came out of the pine trees
David is survived by his compassion they gave to Dad of the Red Brick Schoolhouse, town and community usage.” no.
about 4 a.m. and attacked
loving wife, Dorothy; daugh- and the family is unforget- St. Germain’s only historic In the discussion that fol- During the subsequent dis-
his dog just 10 to 15 feet
ter, Joan (George) Hamilton of table. building. lowed Radtke’s motion, Town cussion, Camp noted that the
from the home’s deck. Arndt
Franksville, Wis., and son, Gaffney-Busha Funeral Under the first item for con- Chairwoman Peggy Nimz said state requirements for renova-
said he yelled at the wolf
Gary (Judith) of Madison, Wis. Home in Eagle River is serv- sideration that evening, Super- she had concerns that the mo- tion had not changed since the
and the animal dropped his
Also surviving are his ing the family. visor Fred Radtke made what tion was open-ended and Su- renovation plans were ap-
7-pound dog and ran down
brother, Fred (Ann) Conger of PAID OBITUARY could be a historical motion pervisor John Vojta said he proved in 2008.
Highway G. A Department of
and the board followed with a wanted to know what it is Radtke said that the initial
Natural Resources wildlife
3-2 vote in favor of keeping the
Francis C. ‘Frank’ Derrick expert could not confirm if
Red Brick Schoolhouse.
going to cost the town to repair
and maintain the town-owned
repair of the roof called for a
knee wall to be built on the old
the attacking animal was a
Francis C. “Frank” Derrick and enjoyed fishing, gardening wolf. “I move that this town board building at the intersection of portion and a new hip roof to
passed away peacefully on and reading among numerous Baertschy said an expert go on record on Nov. 8, 2010, highways 70 and 155. Vojta be built to conform with the
Wednesday, Nov. 10. other interests. with a federal wildlife agen- that we will henceforth seek said he could not support the roof lines of the original por-
Frank was born in Kings- In addition to his wife and cy came to his house after funding for getting the red motion without knowing the tion. Nimz said that new bids
ford, Mich., on Jan. 2, 1930, to sons, he is survived by sisters, the attack last week. brick building as a usable cost. would have to be obtained for
Frank and Helen (nee De- Irene (Wayne) McFarland of “While he didn’t confirm it building for town and commu- Supervisor Walt Camp said the roof.
Grave) Derrick. South Bend, Ind., Marie (Bob) as a wolf attack until he nity usage,” he said. that the motion was to show Camp then asked that the
After graduation from Sullivan of Lannon, Wis., and talks to his supervisor, he “Secondly, that the town that the board was taking a matter be placed on the agenda
Kingsford High School he Kathleen (Walt) Blayney of said there was ‘no doubt board will look for budget dol- stand about fixing and using of the next town board meeting
served in the U.S. Navy, re- Camarillo, Calif.; brothers, wolves are in the area,’ be- lars to fix the annex roof and the building. set for Monday, Dec. 13, at 5
ceiving an honorable dis- Bob (Phyllis) Derrick of Nee- cause we found a track in ways to start fixing the interior Supervisor Lee Christensen p.m. in the community center.
charge in 1953. nah, Wis., and Richard Der- the mud,” said Baertschy. “If
He was married to Lois Pe- rick of Oak Creek, Wis.; eight it’s probable or confirmed as
terson on Jan. 12, 1952, and
together they raised two sons,
David (Linda) of Richfield,
Wis., and James (Doreen) of
grandchildren, Tony, Steve,
Brad and Dana Derrick, Matt
and Bryan Schuman, Jennifer
Carguilo and Jenna Olson,
a wolf, they will pay for the
veterinary bill.”
Baertschy said there have
been other sightings of the
wolf in the area, including a
Stubbe: set to start new job Dec. 1
New Berlin, Wis. They also along with 18 great-grandchil-
provided care for foster in- dren; brothers- and sisters-in- spotting near Watersmeet FROM PAGE 1A ment to promote the retention Seed funding for the corpo-
fants and led groups in the law; many nieces, nephews Lake Road just across High- and expansion of our existing ration has come from Vilas
Christian Family Movement. and friends. way G. Corp.,” said Steve Burill, businesses while nurturing en- County, with the county board
Frank was a regular blood Visitation will be held on “My neighbor says Honey VCEDC’s chairman. “I thank trepreneurs and new business- of supervisors recently approv-
donor and a Scoutmaster with Saturday, Nov. 20, 2010, at 11 is a hero because his chil- our interim executive director, es to increase job opportunities ing $100,000 for the corpora-
the Boy Scouts. He worked as a.m. at St. Theresa Catholic dren were playing on the Dick Leinenkugel, and board and grow the tax base in Vilas tion in its 2011 budget. The all-
a lineman and line foreman Church, 1701 Superior St., trampoline just 20 to 30 members Bill Lochte and Mary County.” volunteer board of directors is
for WE Energies for 40 years Three Lakes, Wis., with a yards from where the wolf Cole Laub, for their work in Stubbe earned his under- in charge of executing the cor-
in Milwaukee and Waukesha, Mass to follow at noon. attacked Honey,” he said. leading such a thorough search graduate degree in North poration’s strategic plan.
Wis. In lieu of flowers, the fami- Baertschy said the chil- and landing such a well-quali- Dakota and did his graduate The VCEDC also recently
After retirement, Frank and ly requests memorials to the dren didn’t see or hear the fied person to lead our efforts to work in Minnesota. He grew up announced the formation of an
Lois moved from New Berlin to Kalmar Community Center in attack because they were bring jobs and improve the in the Sheboygan and Fond du investment angel network,
a home on Catfish Lake near Eagle River or The Salvation having fun jumping and economy in Vilas County.” Lac areas. He is a U.S. Army dubbed “Northwoods Angels,”
Eagle River, Wis., where they Army. making noise while on the Burrill added that the veteran. Stubbe’s wife, Donna, to provide mentoring and capi-
were active in the Senior Eagle Arrangements by Gaffney- trampoline. search team also received help teaches business and comput- tal for entrepreneurs and busi-
River Volunteer Enterprise. Busha Funeral Home in Eagle “I don’t know what would from local Vilas County busi- ers and they have two grown ness start-ups.
Frank was also a member of River. have happened if one of ness leaders in conducting a sons. He begins his duties as For more information about
VFW Post 8637 in Eagle River PAID OBITUARY 3497 those children would have final interview of the top three executive director Dec. 1. the VCEDC, people can go to
gone near the woods while candidates. The VCEDC was formed in the Vilas County Economic De-
“This is an exciting opportu- velopment Corp. Web site at vi-
Sheila L. Lambrecht that wolf was there,” said
Baertschy. “Honey was just nity for me to once again work
January 2010 as a not-for-prof-
it 501(c) 3 public/private part- or call the
patrolling the yard for squir- with a start-up economic devel- nership with its mission to pro- VCEDC toll-free at 1-(866) 306-
Sheila L. nephews; and other family 3690.
rels like she always does and opment corporation to help cre- vide innovative leadership and
Lambrecht of members.
then usually greets the chil- ate a diverse and sustainable regional infrastructure to im-
Sayner died A funeral service was held dren when they get off the business environment in Vilas prove the economic well-being
We d n e s d a y, Nov. 13 at Trinity Lutheran bus. But this time he encoun- County,” said Stubbe. “My wife of businesses, communities and ANTIQUES WANTED
Nov. 10, 2010, Church in Minocqua. PAYING CASH
tered a wolf.” and I look forward to being a residents, while promoting the
at her resi- FOR THE FOLLOWING:
In lieu of flowers, memori- part of the community and I retention of viable businesses
dence. She _____________ Crocks, jugs, earthenware bowls & pitch-
als may be directed to Kippen- look forward to using my expe- and quality jobs and strength- ers; art pottery, Roseville, Hull, etc.; cookie
was 47. jars; hand-decorated china; glassware be-
berg Creek Kids, American Accident is the name of the rience in economic develop- ening workforce development.
She was fore WWII; patchwork quilts & fancywork;
Cancer Society or the Hu- greatest of all inventors. Oriental rugs; picture frames; clocks,
born Nov. 19, watches & fobs; jewelry; oil lamps; elec.
LAMBRECHT mane Society. Mark Twain
1962, in lamps w/glass shades; old advertising
items, signs, posters, containers, boxes,
Wausau, the daughter of
Robert and Lillian (nee Zahrt)
NOTICE: mixing bowls, etc., especially from Eagle
River; coin-operated machines, slots,
Mrs. Lambrecht’s activities
Gaffney-Busha Funeral Home Obituary policy peanut, etc.; shotguns, rifles & handguns;
hunting knives; wooden duck & fish de-
coys; old tackle boxes & lures; rods, reels
included spending time with Alpha Crematory & Chapel Death notices that appear in this space weekly are written
and/or edited for content and consistency by assistant editors of
& creels; glass minnow traps; old tools;
toys of all kinds, trains, trucks, tractors, tin
her family and friends. Tom & Joe Busha, Barry Wallis, Funeral Directors 715-479-4777 wind-ups, games, dolls, etc.; enamelware,
the Vilas County News-Review and The Three Lakes News. Obit- especially bright colors; old photos of inte-
She is survived by her hus- uaries written in the paper’s standard format are printed at no riors & outdoor activities; all magazines be-
band, Mike, of Sayner; her Locally owned and operated since 1908 charge. Unedited obituaries written by the family may be print- fore WWII; postcards (pre-1920); coin &
parents; two brothers, Mark ed for a fee, either in the obituary column or in smaller type with stamp collections; old wood carvings of an-
VILAS COUNTY’S ONLY CREMATORY a border. For more information, call (715) 479-4421. imals, etc. Check with me before you sell.
and David (Ann), both of Traditional Services • Prearrangements • Cremation • Monuments Call Jim at (715) 479-1459 4946
Wausau; aunts; uncles; nieces;

Vilas County Sheriff cident was reported on High-
A total of 239 complaints way 45 near Evergreen Road
were entered by Vilas County in the town of Lincoln, involv-
Sheriff ’s Department dis- ing Todd J. Lucht of Antigo.
patchers last week. Thursday, Nov. 11
In addition to those with suf- - 12:27 p.m. - A two-vehicle
ficient detail to report below, a accident was reported on
review shows at least 11 vehicle Highway 45 near Highway 17
accidents, 14 vehicle/ deer acci- in the town of Lincoln, involv-
dents, five requests for agency ing Edward C. Degele of Eagle
assistance, two ambulance re- River and Christine R. Juel of
quests, one animal problem, Superior.
two attempts to locate, one re- - 5:53 p.m. - A vehicle/deer
port of battery, three burglaries, accident was reported on
eight burglar alarms, one re- Highway 17 near Highway 45
quest for citizen assistance, one in Conover, involving Terry L.
report of criminal damage to McGill of Land O’ Lakes.
property, four disturbances, two Wednesday, Nov. 10
fires, one report of fraud, five - 5:37 p.m. - A vehicle/deer
reports of hazardous condi- accident was reported on High-
tions, one hit-and-run, three ju- way B near Highway M in
venile problems/runaways, four Boulder Junction, involving
reports of suspicious circum- Arthur P. Kempen of Minocqua.
stances, six thefts, two traffic Tuesday, Nov. 9
violations, one vacation check, - 2:15 p.m. - A vehicle/deer
three welfare checks and three accident was reported on
911 hang ups. Highway 155 near Lost Lake
In the past week, at least Drive South in St. Germain,
21 people were booked at the involving Joey A. Tank of St.
Vilas County Jail, including Germain.
seven for probation violations, Sunday, Nov. 7
two on outstanding warrants, - 8 p.m. - A one-vehicle acci-
two for bail jumping, three for dent was reported on High-
operating while intoxicated, way N near Highway G in the
VETERANS DAY DISPLAY — Citizens gathered at River Valley tos. Two Eagle River residents who took a heartfelt look at the dis- two for failure to appear, two town of Plum Lake, involving
Bank in Eagle River last week to view the displays of service mem- play were Carl Schels (left), an Air Force veteran, and Larry Wolf, for resisting arrest, one for Crystal D. Strange of Star
orabilia brought in by veterans, including uniforms, flags and pho- a Marine Corps veteran. --Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH disorderly conduct, one for op- Lake. Strange was cited for
erating after revocation and operating while intoxicated,
one for battery. inattentive driving and fail-
Vilas County Court report During the week, the jail
inmate population ranged
ure to report an accident.

from 113 to 117. As of Nov. 15, Eagle River Police
there were 115 inmates. Among the calls received by

Two charged in bar burglaries Saturday, Nov. 13
- 6:50 a.m. - A one-vehicle
rollover was reported on High-
Vilas County dispatchers were
at least 19 calls for the Eagle
River Police. These included
two vehicle/deer accidents, two
way 70 near Highway O in St.

get four years in prison system
vehicle accidents, one burglar
Germain, involving Brian A. alarm, one ambulance request,
Habersetzer of St. Germain. one animal problem, two re-
- 7:30 a.m. - A one-vehicle quests for citizen assistance,
accident was reported at the one disturbance, one report of
Two Lac du Flambeau men hearing has been scheduled test to burglarizing Simpson scription drug, pleaded no intersection of Highway 17 suspicious circumstances, two
charged with burglarizing by Forest County Circuit Electric Co. April 25, but was contest but was not convicted and Yellow Birch Road in thefts and one welfare check.
two taverns in Arbor Vitae Judge Leon Stenz. not convicted as part of a de- as part of a deferred entry of Phelps, involving Dorothy A. Two people were taken into
have been sentenced to four Carl L. Anderson, 28, of ferred entry of judgment judgment agreement. Bakke of Conover. custody and booked into the
years in the Wisconsin Prison Conover, who pleaded no con- agreement. Moore won’t be convicted if - 8:33 a.m. - A one-vehicle ac- Vilas County Jail.
System. test to uttering a forgery, had The agreement states that in the next 15 months, she re- cident was reported on South
Jerome R. Isham, 26, and a 90-day jail term imposed Brisk won’t be convicted if he mains crime free, completes Shore Road near Gunderson Three Lakes Police
Bernard D. Sunn Jr., 24, were and stayed and was placed on remains crime-free, seeks alcohol and other drug assess- Lane in Phelps, involving Sig- This police department re-
charged with burglary and probation for one year. counseling and serves 60 days ment and uses only one phar- urd J. Hjemvick of Phelps. ported two vehicle accidents,
felony theft in connection with As part of the plea agree- in jail in the next two years. He macy for obtaining prescrip- - 9:15 a.m. - A one-vehicle one burglar alarm, one re-
break-ins at Stingray’s Bar & ment, charges of misde- was also convicted on three tion drugs. rollover was reported on High- quest for agency assistance,
Grill and Little Musky Bar. meanor theft and uttering a counts of misdemeanor theft. Grant W. Trapp, 25, of way 45 near River Road in one burglary, one report of
The theft of cash and coin, forgery were dismissed. The Wayne M. Valliere Jr., 18, of Arbor Vitae, convicted of mis- Land O’ Lakes, involving Diane criminal damage to property,
and damage to machines, case involved a check stolen Lac du Flambeau, was placed demeanor physical abuse of a M. Achuff of Land O’ Lakes. one disturbance, one roadway
prompted Vilas County Cir- from White Spruce Inn that on probation for one year after child in August 2008, was sen- - 9:45 a.m. - A one-vehicle hazard, two welfare checks,
cuit Judge Neal A. Nielsen III was made out for $297.50 and pleading no contest to battery tenced to four months in jail accident was reported on one 911 hang up, three re-
to set joint and several resti- cashed at a local grocery store. and a misdemeanor bail jump- on a probation revocation. Highway 17 near Sundstein quests for citizen assistance,
tution at $30,394. A 90-day jail term also was ing, which was reduced from a Court records indicate Road in the town of Lincoln, two reports of suspicious cir-
Isham was sentenced to one imposed and stayed for felony. Trapp was drinking, fleeing involving Jason W. Sloan of cumstances, two traffic cita-
year of prison confinement fol- Jeremiah J. Meyer, of Somers, Conditions of probation in- an officer and lying to police Eagle River. tions, eight traffic warnings
lowed by three years of extend- charged with theft by contrac- clude 90 days in jail after his in Kewaskum in violation of Friday, Nov. 12 and 31 calls dispatched
ed supervision. Sunn was sen- tor as a result of incidents graduation from high school his probation. - 3 p.m. - A vehicle/deer ac- through Oneida County.
tenced to two years of initial that occurred in May 2008. next June, 30 hours of commu-
confinement followed by two Meyer pleaded no contest nity service, full-time school-
years of extended supervision. to a reduced charge of misde- ing and no intoxicants.
Conditions for their super- meanor theft. He was accused Charges of burglary from
vision will include payment of of accepting a down payment April 9 and bail jumping from
restitution, no use of intoxi- of $7,288 for a project that he Oct. 15 were dismissed as part
cants and no frequenting of never did while doing busi- of the plea agreement.
any taverns. Isham had a de- ness as JM Construction. Nathaniel J. Reyes, 21, of
ferred entry of judgment re- Nielsen said the probation Lac du Flambeau, appearing
voked in another case prior to will be concurrent with anoth- after an arrest warrant had
his sentencing. er probation term he is cur- been issued, had bail set at
In other felony cases, an rently serving. $5,000 cash.
Eagle River couple charged Bobby J. T. Frahan, 22, of Reyes is charged with es-
with theft by contractor in- Rhinelander, charged with cape June 15 and substantial
volving a condominium pro- possessing marijuana July 28 battery June 28. A pretrial
ject in Land O’ Lakes had a with intent to deliver, had a conference was scheduled
new judge assigned to their preliminary hearing set Dec. Nov. 16 at 10:15 a.m.
case at their request. 22 at 9:30 a.m. Raymond R. Zortman, Jr.,
Kurt Andussies Jr., 48, and Lisa M. Schuman, 42, of 19, of Lac du Flambeau,
Diane L. Andussies, 47, are al- Lac du Flambeau, charged pleaded no contest to batter-
leged to have spent about with causing substantial bat- ing an officer Aug. 2 and ob-
$63,000 for personal use from tery Sept. 27, had a prelimi- structing an officer July 31.
escrow account draws that nary hearing set Nov. 19 at As part of the plea agree-
were intended to fund subcon- 9:30 a.m. ment, three other charges, in-
tractors and material pur- A co-defendant, Leila R. cluding a felony, were dis-
chases for the project. Schuman, 24, of Lac du Flam- missed. The others were
Kurt Andussies also is beau, will have a preliminary felony bail jumping, obstruct-
charged with uttering a at the same time. She also has ing and disorderly conduct.
forgery, based on allegations a probation revocation hear- Nielsen ordered a presen-
that he falsified funding re- ing set on charges of substan- tence investigation and set sen-
quests and lien waivers while tial battery and theft as part tencing Jan. 10, 2011, at 2 p.m.
drawing about $674,000 from of a business setting. Joseph R. Miller, 17, of Lac
a construction loan account. Wesley E. Brisk, 18, of Lac du Flambeau, charged with
No date for a preliminary du Flambeau, pleaded no con- driving a vehicle without con-
sent June 17 and bail jumping
Oct. 14, had a warrant issued
Fire destroys garage for his arrest after his attor-
ney said she did not know of
his whereabouts.
The Eagle River Area Fire the Conover Fire Department Sonya V. Moore, 43, of Eagle
Department responded to a tanker. The cause of the fire is River, charged with manufac-
garage fire at 5925 County undetermined at this time. turing or delivering a pre-
Highway G in the town of
Cloverland last Saturday af-
ternoon, according to authori-
…The place known for quality!
The Vilas County Sheriff’s KWATERSKI
Department dispatch center BROS.
received a report of the garage WOOD PRODUCTS, INC.
fire at 1:10 p.m. The two-car • Hardwood Flooring
detached garage was fully en- • Tongue-and-Groove Planking
gulfed in flames when the fire • Designer Ipé & Cumaru Decking
department arrived. • Cedar and Alaskan Pine Sidings
A sheriff ’s department • Custom Fireplace Mantels
press release said the garage • Sikkens Wood Finishes
and its contents were a com-
plete loss. The adjacent resi-
dence had heat damage. Mon.-Fri. 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 435 Hwy. 45 South, Eagle River, WI 54521
The Eagle River Area Fire Sat. 8:30 a.m. - Noon 715.479.5559
Department was assisted by

Stephanie Klett wins first Emmy
Seventeen-year TV veteran sang, ‘Nobody Knows the
Stephanie Klett was recently Troubles I’ve Seen.’ ”
awarded her first Emmy for The 52nd annual Chicago
her role hosting the “Discover Emmy Awards were held at
Wisconsin” TV show.
The distinctive golden stat-
the Park West Theatre in
Chicago Nov. 6. The ceremony
ue was officially awarded in
the category of “Outstanding
was hosted by actress, comedi-
an, author and playwright WARM THE CHILDREN
Achievement for Individual Kim Coles. Coles is best Order a large “Pumpkin English Breakfast Tea Latte”
Excellence on Camera.” It was known for her role as “Syn- at the coffee house or drive-thru this week, and $1
Klett’s sixth nomination, and claire” on the Fox ground-
her first win. breaking comedy series “Liv-
from each drink will be donated to Warm the Children.
Klett was one of six hosts ing Single.” Steamed milk, pumpkin spice flavor and an English Breakfast tea shot.
nominated in the category, In her acceptance speech, For tea lovers and non-tea lovers, you gotta try this one!
from an original entry pool of Klett thanked her Discover Roastery, Coffee House & Drive-Thru
more than 30 shows airing Wisconsin colleagues and in-
across the Midwest. jected a little Wisconsin Open Daily Hwy. 70 West, Eagle River
To compete for the Emmy, humor into the Chicago
Klett had to put together a evening.
reel of her best work from the She told the crowd she and
past year. her escorts — her youngest
“I thought the judges would brother, Benjamin, and
like what we offer in Wiscon- nephew, Gus — were so excit-
sin,” Klett said. “I paddled an ed to be there, they had been
800-pound pumpkin down the tailgating in front of the the-
Wisconsin River at the Great atre all day.
Pumpkin Regatta in Nekoosa, The Emmy awards are
checked out the famous judged by other chapters
Scrambler at Mickies Dairy across the country that make
Bar in Madison, went scuba up the National Academy of
diving at Wauzee Lake in Television Arts and Sciences.
Black River Falls, cheated and Judging criteria includes con-
eventually gave up during a tent, creativity and execution. Stephanie Klett, the longtime host of “Discover Wisconsin,” ac-
round of golf in Tomah, and fi- The Emmy award ceremony cepts her first Emmy award. --Contributed Photo
nally, experienced Wild West was Web broadcast on several
Days in Viroqua, where I was Chicago stations including program “Into the Outdoors.” Klett began hosting the
arrested by Judge Soybean for WGN, NBC, ABC and CBS. Klett also accepted that television show in 1993, fol-
improper dress (wearing The Discover Wisconsin or- award on behalf of Discover lowing completion of her year
shorts), put in a makeshift jail ganization also captured an- Mediaworks, parent company of duties as Miss Wisconsin
where I played harmonica and other Emmy, for its children’s of Discover Wisconsin. 1992.

Six new courses proposed at Pines
It’s designed to be hands on year to find appropriate fund- The full school board will re-
and will include research, ex- ing sources,” Foster said. “This ceive a first report on the six
___________ periments and applications in would be first in a series and new courses at its meeting
growing food. we would want to add others later this month. It will then
Six new courses proposed There are a variety of ca- upon successful completion of return to the December meet-
for high school students at reers in natural resources the first class.” ing of the committee and, if
Northland Pines High School areas and the Natural Re- Students could earn up to supported, will return to the
were presented to the school source Exploration and Appli- three college credits in this se- school board’s December meet-
board’s Policy, Curriculum cation course for ninth ries. ing for final consideration.
and Education Committee through 12th grade would be
last week by Principal Scott for students who have an in-
Foster. terest in being involved in the
Most of the classes are de- outdoors, according to Foster.
signed to prepare students for
future college-level courses or
to explore a career.
“This class will not only
apply student knowledge
about science into the out-
Everyone has something to give.
Sports Literature for ninth
through 12th grade and Write
for College for 11th through
doors, it will also focus on a
variety of careers in the area
of natural resources,” he said.
Please help us warm our children.
12th grade would be based in A Medical Terminology Many children are wishing for things Through the Vilas County News-Review’s
the language arts depart- class for 12th grade would be
ment, according to Foster. of interest to those going into much more basic than toys: a warm WARM THE CHILDREN FUND, needy
“Sports Literature would en- the medical or veterinary field winter coat, boots to keep their feet warm area children will get the winter clothing
courage reading, writing and and would be offered in coop- and dry mittens to warm chilly fingers. they so badly want and need.
analytical thinking around the eration with Nicolet Area
themes of sportsmanship, com- Technical College to earn col-
. So what is the Vilas County News-Review’s
petition, endurance and equi- lege credit.
ty,” Foster said. “Write for Col-
lege is designed to prepare stu-
“This course could also be
offered via interactive TV to trativ d is u
inis eceive ng!
It’s neighbors helping neighbors. The Vilas County
dents for the rigor of college other high schools in the
a dm r hi
Our goal News-Review is asking readers to donate to the
writing, with a focus on essay state,” Foster predicted. No y cent er clot is to raise over fund, and proceeds will be used to buy warm
writing, research papers, gram- Finally, the science depart- r t
mar, vocabulary and writing ment, as part of Project Lead Eve y win $50,000. winter clothing for needy area children. There are
for college applications and the Way, would offer a course to b no administrative fees; all the money will be used
scholarships.” titled Principals of Biomedical for the children.
In addition, Growing Your Science, where students
Own Food in the 21st Century would investigate, model and
calls for ninth- through 12th- analyze human medicine. How will needy children be identified?
graders to gain and apply “Due to high start-up costs, Eagle River The staff at Social Services and area officials will
knowledge in food production. this class may be delayed a Rotary Club help us identify needy children and work with
Foundation the Vilas County News-Review’s WARM THE
Inc. 501(c)3 CHILDREN coordinators.
How will the children’s clothing be purchased?
The real estate transactions SE SW in 36-40-10, gov lot 8, $600
listed below are being published Deutsche Bank Nat. Trust
The coordinators of the Vilas County News-Review’s
at the request of many of our Co., Trustee to Gary D. Ridder- WARM THE CHILDREN have made arrangements
readers. The information is public busch and wife, prt SE NW in 11- The need with Pamida of Eagle River, and will assign volun-
record and reflects an index of
each week’s transactions.
39-10, $681
Nov. 9, 2010 is especially teer shoppers to take the children shopping for their
Property transactions exceed-
ing $10,000 recorded at the Vilas
Gayle M. Frejlich to Steven D.
Kickert and wife, prt NW NE in
great this winter clothing. Shoppers will be volunteers who
want to help by donating a little of their time for this
County Courthouse the past 11-42-9, $517.50 year. worthwhile cause.
week and the transfer fee: Randall F. Carlson and wife to
David L. Wiess, prt NW SE in 7- CLIP & MAIL THIS COUPON
Nov. 8, 2010 41-9, $102 How can I help?
Benjamin L. Peck to Dennis Nov. 10, 2010 Enclosed is my donation to the Vilas County For News-Review use:
Zaleski et al, prt SE SE in 2-43-5; Louis J. Pomatto and wife to News-Review’s WARM THE CHILDREN FUND. Date dep.: Simply complete the coupon on this page and
prt NE NE in 11-43-5, gov lot 3, Kim L. Shaw and spouse, prt SW Make checks payable to Warm The Children-ERRCF.* Amt. rec’d: send it with your donation to the address on
$120 SE in 2-40-4, $516
Cranberry Estates Condo- Nov. 11, 2010 Please check one:
Check #: the coupon. All donations are tax deductible,
miniums LLC to Richard J. Lee G. Hoffman and spouse to as they go through the Eagle River Rotary
Gehrke and wife, lot 417 of plat Robert J. Lichtenberg and wife, _______ I do want my name published on the donor list. Club Foundation, Inc. (ERRCF).
900 in Cranberry Estates Condo- lot 20 of plat 59 in Courtney _______ I do not want my name published on the donor list.
minium, $269.70 Heights, $465
Thomas R. Gelhar and wife to
Randall A. Kraemer and wife, prt
Alfred Ovadal and wife to Jack
Klein and wife, prt NE SE in 14-
Name: _________________________________________________ NOTE: Shopping started Oct. 25 and we
NW SW in 16-40-8, gov lot 3, 43-7, $147 Address: _______________________________________________ expect to shop for more than 500 children.
$1,098 Faith Christine Rath to L.G.
Sherry A. Schultz et al and Brehm Revocable Living Trust,
Thomas F. Wranik et al to Brett
E. Zamiatowski, prt NE NE in
35-40-8, gov lot 9, $1,035
prt NW NE in 31-42-7, gov lot 2,
Nov. 12, 2010
Mail to:
The Vilas County News-Review’s WARM THE CHILDREN FUND
P.O. Box 1929, 425 W. Mill St., Eagle River, WI 54521
Lawrence T. Cavin and wife to Patricia Faith H. Nardini et *In cooperation with the Eagle River Rotary Club Foundation, Inc. Providing New Winter Clothing For Needy Children
John Stalter and wife, prt NE SE, al, Susan Elaine H. Peterson et
prt SE SW in 8-40-11, $135 al and Lee Harold Haugan et al
Eagle River Developers Inc. to to Timothy L. Bartelt and wife, VILAS COUNTY
Kopinski Living Trust 5/13/99, lot prt NE SE in 19-41-5, gov lot 7,

112 of plat 851 in Wild Eagle $393
Lodge Condominium, $585 James A. Bojar Trust to Perry
James R. Kolinski and wife to A. Barrette and wife, prt SW SW (715) 479-4421 WARM THE
Mark Fitting, prt SW SW in 17- in 6-40-10, gov lot 2, $270 CHILDREN
40-8, gov lot 4, $957 Gary C. Olson and wife to
Holmes Residuary Trust to Michael E. Cox, prt SE NE in 24-
Mark C. Johannsen and wife, prt 40-6, $630

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rivers and lakes Nov. 1, when “Coal contains a lot of mer- there are certain fish contain- in that affects the nervous
a new law went into effect pro- cury, so when you burn fossil ing more methylmercury than system, can have especially
hibiting the sale of items con- fuels like coal, you put a lot of others.
taining nonessential mercury. mercury in the air and, in In the Midwest, the fish
damaging effects on young
children and pregnant moth-
The goal of Wisconsin Act large measure, that’s how hu- “that have problems are those ers. The EPA encourages Buying Copper, Brass,
44, signed by Gov. Jim Doyle mans have distributed and that live a little longer and eat women not to eat any fish Aluminum & Aluminum Cans Also
in October 2009, is to decrease changed the natural cycle of a lot,” he said. “For example, while they are pregnant since paying for
the high level of mercury in mercury,” he said. walleye and pike eat a lot, the child may be subject to
Wisconsin waterways. Mer- Garbage-burning processes they’re scavengers and they many neurological ailments We accept ferrous & non-ferrous materials. trucks.
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after mercury and coal emis- would be down to 536 pounds readily. Andren believes that while
sions diminish. per year. Additionally, Andren claims the recent legislation passed
The Wisconsin Department After mercury has entered northern lakes are less fertile to reduce mercury quantities
of Natural Resources (DNR) the atmosphere, it generally and have a simpler food chain in products is beneficial,
has placed every river and returns to Earth through rain. in which mercury-infected stronger measures need to be
lake in the state under a mer- As it settles in rivers and plankton are more easily con- taken.
cury fish consumption adviso- lakes, it converts to sumed. By contrast, in south- “Until we really address
ry as a result of high mercury methylmercury and reacts ern lakes, such as Lake Men- the issue of mercury from
levels in some lakes. with organisms such as plank- dota, the food chain is more coal-fired steam plants, we’re
Mercury is a naturally oc- ton. Fish, in turn, devour the complex and mercury is more going to have a tough time
curring element found in the plankton. Methylmercury can diluted. eliminating mercury as a
Earth’s crust and in many be toxic to humans when con- The U.S. Environmental threat in the environment,”
rocks such as coal. Anders An- sumed in large quantities. Protection Agency (EPA) esti- Andren said.
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transmission line ___________

The Public Service Commis- Wisconsin Public Service
sion of Wisconsin (PSCW) has Corp. will build the new sub-
authorized construction of a station off Highway 47.
7.2-mile transmission line in “We appreciate the involve-
the Woodruff-Minocqua area to ment and participation of local
improve the local network of officials and community resi-
electric distribution. dents as we worked to identify
American Transmission Co. an appropriate projects,” said
(ATC) officials said the line will Meyerhofer. “We will continue
increase electric system relia- to stay in touch with landown-
bility by connecting the exist- ers and officials as we take our
ing Clear Lake substation project into the construction
southeast of Woodruff on High- phase.”
way 47 with the new Woodmin Today, ATC is the company
substation west of Highway 47 that owns, builds and main-
in the town of Arbor Vitae. tains a high-voltage electric
Construction of the $21 mil- transmission system that
lion projects will begin in fall serves portions of Wisconsin,
2011. Michigan, Minnesota and Illi-
“Much of the new line will be nois.
built following an existing elec- Meyerhofer said the compa-
tric distribution line and road ny was formed in 2001 as the
right of way,” said Lee Meyer- nation’s first multistate trans-
hofer, senior local relations rep- mission-only utility. ATC is a
resentative for ATC. “Only $2.75 billion company with
about 7 acres of new right of 9,400 miles of transmission
way will be needed.” lines and 510 substations.

Lyon completes
Construction of the 3.9-mile addition to the St. Germain Bike
and Hike Trail began last week. Consulting on the progress
are, from left, Mark Hiller, chairman of the trail committee; Rick
Wendland, equipment operator; and Steve Janke, owner of
Janke General Contractors, the company awarded to contract
to construct the trail. --Photo By Mary Platner
lake leader seminar
John Lyon ernment, and leadership skills.

Construction begins on Phase II of Butternut
Three Lakes
“With so many lakes worth
so much and so few people in
service to protect them, it is
recently com- clear that no one state agency
of St. Germain Bike and Hike Trail pleted training
to help protect
or unit of government can inde-
pendently provide the atten-
tion that each lake deserves,”
begin work on the southern short time frame. We are The majority of the lakes. explained Patrick Goggin, UW-
BY MARY PLATNER Lyon was LYON Extension lake specialist. “This
stretch of the trail border- very excited. After several Phase II trail is being fund-
___________ ing the highline opening years of planning, we actu- ed by two grants, one from one of 20 par- leadership program provides
along Highway 70 East to ally can see the second the Department of Trans- ticipants to graduate from the local lake leaders with effective
ST. GERMAIN — Con- just south of the South Bay phase of the trail being portation and one from the Lake Leaders Institute, a tools and resources to assist
struction on 3.9 miles of Road intersection. The time- built,” he said. “The commit- Department of Natural Re- statewide leadership program them, as they volunteer their
Phase II of St. Germain’s line is for the trail to be tee appreciates the contin- sources. However, the town aimed at helping lake stewards skills and talents to the stew-
Bike and Hike Trail began cleared, leveled and grav- ued patience and support of still needs money to cover gain a better understanding of ardship of our lakes.”
last week, the day after the eled prior to winter. Pilings the town and the continued engineering costs and fu- lake ecology, and how to work The Wisconsin Lake Lead-
town board approved the for a bridge across the Little donations of time and ture maintenance costs. with state and local govern- ers Institute draws partici-
construction contract at its St. Germain River and money from our residents Hiller emphasized that con- ments to assure lakes get the pants from across the state to
Nov. 8 meeting. boardwalks are also expect- and civic groups.” tinued donations will be attention they need. take part in a series of three
The construction contract ed to be completed. With Phase II comple- necessary for completion of Wisconsin Department of two-day seminars. Participants
for $555,919 was awarded The due date for black- tion, St. Germain will have the trail to end at the High- Natural Resources (DNR) rep- demonstrate a commitment to
to Janke General Construc- topping is June 15 and com- almost 12 miles of paved way O intersection. resentative Mel Vollbrecht, protecting the integrity of the
tion of Athens. A second con- pletion of the trail is June hike, bike, nature and exer- A special account has UW-Extension lakes director lakes in Wisconsin with an in-
tract was awarded to Bone- 30, 2011. cise trail. been created for tax-free do- Eric Olson and Wisconsin Asso- vestment of their time and a
stroo Engineering to over- Mark Hiller, chairman of “This not only enhances nations, which should be ciation of Lakes President Earl $365 tuition fee.
see the construction phase the Bike and Hike Trail the recreational opportuni- made payable to the Town of Cook together recognized Lyon The graduation ceremony
of the project at a special Committee, told the town ties for our residents, but St. Germain Bike and Hike and the other participants who took place at the Aldo Leopold
meeting of the town board board thing are happening also encourages families Trail and mailed to St. Ger- completed the program. Shack, near Baraboo, a fitting
Nov. 15. fast for the trail. and outdoor enthusiasts to main Town Treasurer, P.O. Through a combination of setting for celebrating the lake
Ideal weather conditions “You will see several big visit St. Germain,” said Box 117, St. Germain, WI reading, classroom activities leaders’ accomplishments and
enabled the bulldozers to developments in a very Hiller. 54558. and field experiences, partici- looking ahead to their conser-
pants learned about lake man- vation journeys in the world of
agement, local and state gov- lakes.

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Each hunter is his or her worst safety threat
AS THE GRANDEST single supposed to be.
sporting event in Wisconsin histo- To do your part to make this
ry gets under way this Saturday, In the sport safer, there are some activi-
Nov. 20, it is hoped that hunters
will be as safe as a year ago, when
Outdoors ties you should not tolerate from
fellow hunters. First and foremost,
only eight people were injured — By they should never point their gun
one of the safest gun deer seasons Kurt Krueger at you — loaded or unloaded. I
on record. mean never.
That’s an awesome safety Best friend or not, when
record when you consider there depends more on your gun-han- they point a loaded firearm at
are nearly 630,000 orange-clad dling abilities and the emphasis your stomach, they might as
hunters going afield on opening your hunting buddies put on safe- well put the muzzle right to
day, or at any time during the ty. It’s not the guy or gal on the your temple. Would having the
nine-day hunt. next 40. It’s all about you. safety on be any consolation
Blaze-orange clothing and In the one fatal accident last then?
mandatory hunter safety certifica- year, which occurred at 6:30 a.m. If you truly care about safety,
tion, as promoted by the Depart- on opening morning, a 36-year-old then make it your job to promote
ment of Natural Resources, get the male hunter in Rock County was safety. When a hunting partner
lion’s share of the credit. raising a loaded shotgun into a meets you in the open woods with
The message that needs to be tree stand when the gun went off. his or her gun pointed straight
heard by every hunter, and the The slug entered his lower ab- ahead, right at you, say some-
public in general, is that deer domen and exited out the back thing. When a buddy swings a gun
hunting is not a dangerous affair. side of his left shoulder. at your face while turning a corner
More people die of heart attacks It is a fitting reminder of what ahead of you, say something.
than from gunshot wounds. Many carelessness brings when you read No hunter, no matter how
more die on Wisconsin highways just a few excerpts from the 2009 young or how old, novice or expert,
during the same period. hunting accident report. In hopes should get away with pointing a
And despite what some people we all can learn from the mistakes gun at you. Speak up. We’re talk-
continue to believe — that the real of others, here goes: ing about your life here, and their
danger is mysterious bullets flying  Grant County. Unloading life, because they’ll never be the
from unknown directions — the firearm at vehicle. Discharged same if their carelessness injures
truth is that the person most like- round through the door striking or kills someone. Hunter safety includes keeping solid control of your firearm at all times, es-
ly to shoot you is yourself or your companion in leg with door shrap- From time to time, I see pecially when walking slippery terrain or using tree stands.
hunting buddy. nel. hunters standing in the woods,
Two-thirds of the shooting acci-  Green County. Victim was talking and, sure enough, one of the old saying, “Choose your hunt- looking down someone’s barrel
dents during all of last year’s deer crossing waterway via downed tree them has the rifle stock on the ing partner as if your life depends is part of hunting. Safe
hunting seasons, six of nine, were when he slipped. Lost control of ground and is resting on the muz- on it, because it just might.” hunters, and real friends,
the result of hunters shooting firearm. Shotgun slug to upper zle. Not only are his hands in the A quality hunting experience aren’t afraid to speak up.
themselves. One was fatal. right thigh. line of fire, but quite likely, his means, above all else, that everyone
If someone looks down at you or
And the other one-third of the  Outagamie County. Shooter head. returns unharmed. Remember the
kicks you out of deer camp for
accidents involved a victim and slipped and fell. Gun discharged, The root cause of most shooting dangers of deer drives, tree stands
doing the right thing, it’s a sure
shooter who were members of the striking shooter in left foot with accidents is not a dark demon and both loading and unloading
sign that you don’t want to be in
same hunting party. Not one shotgun slug. lurking in the forest. Historically, firearms. Know what you are shoot-
that deer camp anyway.
hunter was injured by a mysteri-  Shawano County. Shooter more than half the accidents are ing at, and what’s behind it.
ous stray bullet. and victim were standers in a deer caused by hunters in the same As I tell hunters almost Have a safe hunt. Beyond that,
A safe hunting experience, then, drive. Victim was not where he was party, which lends some truth to every year, never accept that good luck with your buck.

Gun deer hunt starts Saturday First find in North
It’s buck-only in seven management units here CWD discovered
at Ashland deer farm
ASHLAND — The De- based upon the prelimi-
Wisconsin’s regular nine- partment of Natural Re- nary information,” said
day gun deer hunting season sources (DNR) is asking Mike Zeckmeister, DNR
opens Saturday, Nov. 20, and Ashland and Bayfield Northern Region wildlife
runs through Sunday, Nov. 28, county hunters to help supervisor. “The upcoming
with hunters preparing for a with surveillance efforts deer season is really the
buck-only hunt in 2010. to see if chronic wasting best opportunity for local
State wildlife officials say disease (CWD) may be hunters to assist in rapid-
that while herd control has present in free-ranging, ly and efficiently collect-
been the primary statewide wild deer the area. ing these samples.”
focus over the last decade, The Department of
herd growth is actually the Agriculture, Trade and First CWD in North
primary objective throughout Consumer Protection Wisconsin wildlife offi-
much of northern Wisconsin. (DATCP) indicated cials stress that this is the
There are 15 DMUs in the Thursday, Nov. 11, that first time captive herd
Northern Region where the preliminary-positive test surveillance testing sug-
gun antlerless deer quota is results on a deer removed gests CWD may be pre-
zero, meaning these units are in October from a game sent on a farm in north-
buck-only units. In this area, farm southwest of Ash- ern Wisconsin. Two
those units include 29B, 34, land indicated possible rounds of testing in wild
35, 36, 37, 38 and 39. presence of CWD. deer since 2002 have
Following a review of popu- Confirmatory testing of found all wild deer
lation goals that included ex- the tissues is under way healthy in northern Wis-
tensive public input and leg- and must be completed consin to date.
islative review, season struc- before DATCP officials In October, local con-
tures and permit levels in can make a final determi- servation wardens com-
2010 were aimed toward a nation. DATCP is respon- pleted a fence inspection
more conservative antlerless sible for the regulation of on the farm as part of a
harvest, according to Keith deer farm operations. land sale. During this in-
Warnke, deer and bear ecolo- In order to find out if spection, wardens found
gist with the Department of the disease also has made several breaches in the
Natural Resources (DNR). its way into the adjoining fence and indications that
As a result, this year nearly wild deer herd, the DNR deer may have moved in
Gun deer hunters hope this will be the scene ging a nice buck back to camp through a light
half of the state’s deer man- will begin a disease and out of the farm.
they repeat opening morning this Saturday, drag- cover of snow. --STAFF PHOTO
agement units are under a surveillance effort immedi- “Wardens are continu-
“regular” season structure and ately and continue ing to inspect the fence
have unlimited earn-a-buck goals, according to the DNR. the north and quota recom-
19 of those units statewide are through the nine-day deer and work with the farmer
regulations intended to meet Regardless of statewide or mendations were lowered in
under a buck-only season gun season within a 10- to ensure that the fence
deer population goals and dis- DMU level deer populations these units due to winter.”
structure. In regular units, mile radius around the city meets DNR specifications,”
ease management objectives. and expectations, Warnke Zeckmeister said the
hunters may only shoot an of Ashland. Sampling sta- said Dave Zebro, DNR
In these units, a hunter must says that deer abundance on a Northern Region also had a
antlered deer with their regu- tions where hunters can Northern Region conserva-
first shoot an antlerless deer single property or local level very mild and early spring.
lar license, unless they pur- take deer for disease test- tion warden supervisor.
during a 2010 open season often does not reflect deer “This allowed for an early
chase an additional unit-spe- ing have been established “The possibility that
such as the archery deer or population trends on the larg- green-up, which is absolutely
cific antlerless permit if they at eight locations on open- free ranging deer may
October antlerless seasons or er scale. Preseason scouting critical for deer coming off the
are available for that unit. ing weekend Nov. 20 and have been exposed to the
have an unused 2009-’10 buck and discussions with local winter,” he said. “We started to
Roughly the other half of 21 in those two counties. disease is why we feel ad-
harvest authorization sticker neighbors will give hunters a see fawns early this year. These
DMUs remain under a herd- The DNR will send ditional local disease
to shoot an antlered deer. better expectation of the hunt fawns are really getting a head
control structure because the staff to four big-game reg- surveillance is very im-
In 2009, more than 635,000 in their local hunting area. start to get ready for the next
population of those units is es- istration stations to col- portant. We’re counting
licensed hunters registered a winter. This will help with
timated to be 20% or more lect tissue samples. Offi- on help from the hunters
statewide harvest of approxi- Mild winter helps overwinter survival and future
over established population cials hope to gather sam- to get the needed sam-
mately 330,000 deer. This fell The winter of 2009-’10 was production. This will give a real
goals. In herd control units, ples on every adult deer ples,” Zebro said.
well short of Wisconsin’s previ- a good one in northern Wis- boost in DMUs where we are
hunters may shoot an antlered registered. Department
ous five-year annual harvest consin from the white-tailed rebuilding the herd. The World Health Or-
deer with their deer hunting staff is also working with
average of 492,000 deer. Sever- deer perspective, according to “It also gives us caution to ganization stresses that
license and may shoot an local meat processors,
al contributing factors resulted Mike Zeckmeister, DNR re- make sure the herd does not there is no known link be-
antlerless deer with the free taxidermists, and car-kill
in a reduced harvest, but a re- gional wildlife biologist. exceed the natural carrying tween CWD in deer and
herd-control antlerless permit deer contractors to collect
duced deer population and a “Overall, it was classified capacity of the land in many the human version of this
that comes with their license samples.
reduction in antlerless harvest as a ‘mild winter’ in the re- other DMUs in the north,” he prion disease, however,
in any herd control unit. “While we don’t have
are thought to have played the gion,” he said. “There were a said. “This is why there is a people should not eat any
the final test results at
There are 22 units in south- biggest roles. A reduced annu- fair amount of cold days, but real mix of season structures deer that tests positive for
this time, we feel it’s pru-
ern Wisconsin in the chronic al harvest is also a sign that the really deep snowfalls were and antlerless deer quotas in
dent to do the surveillance To CWD, Pg. 12A
wasting disease (CWD) man- deer populations across the lacking. However, there was northern Wisconsin for the
agement zone that will again state are nearing management some severe winter in parts of 2010 deer season.”

Taxidermist offers tips
on caring for deer after kill
The early opening date (Nov. Some areas of the skin may
20) of the gun deer season this slip while other areas may be
year looks to catch the rut — fine. Blood or water (from melt-
good news for hunters out ing snow) pooling on the hair
there who hope to get a shot at may cause the skin to slip in
a real trophy. that area. So can sun that hits
With this in mind, Cindi part of the deer, warming up
Christman of Beartooth Taxi- that area.
dermy in St. Germain offers Even when the meat is
some tips for the proper care of frozen solid, the skin can heat
a deer that a successful hunter up enough in the sun to allow
would like to have mounted. for bacterial growth. Keep the
While most hunters are very deer as cold and dry as possi-
conscientious about how the ble. Use caution leaving it lying
meat from their deer is han- in the back of a truck; the heat
dled, many are unaware that trapped under the animal can
what is good for their meat is allow for bacterial growth and
not necessarily good for the Hunters should take care of their slippage. Keep it out of the sun
skin destined to go to the taxi- deer before taking it to the taxi- and out of the weather if at all
dermist. There are three ways dermist. --Contributed Photo possible. To avoid such damage,
that damage can occur to a it is best to get the deer to the
deer hide — physical damage, has tagged the deer around the taxidermist shortly after har-
bacterial damage and dehydra- antler, the individual attaching vesting the animal.
tion/freezer burn. the Department of Natural Re- The final way damage to the
Physical damage is the easi- sources (DNR) tag may auto- deer’s skin can occur is through
est to understand and guard matically slit the ear to do so. dehydration and/or freezer
against. While bullet holes are There also may be a DNR rep- burn. Christman suggests that
unavoidable, one would want to resentative at the station aging hunters think about caring for
avoid any other unnecessary deer. They do this by cutting the skin.
cuts or damage to the hair. At- the entire side of the animal’s If a caped-out deer is to be
Mitch Ellis has opened a taxidermy studio in Three Lakes native, he has been practicing taching the tag to an antler face open to observe the teeth, stored in a freezer, extreme
conjunction with Three Lakes Whitetails. A taxidermy since 2001. --Contributed Photo rather than through a slit in obviously not something that care should be taken to proper-
the ear prevents damage that a contributes to a quality mount. ly protect it from freezer burn
taxidermist will have to repair. If a hunter wants his deer by sealing it in plastic. Special
Ellis opens taxidermy studio Dragging a deer when there
is no snow can break and dam-
aged, he can ask his taxider-
mist to save the jaw for him.
caution should be taken be-
cause antler tines easily punc-
age the hair or even rub it off. If While physical damage is ture plastic bags. If the
Mitch Ellis, in conjunc- ally every North American Stevens Point’s men’s track a deer must be dragged any relatively obvious and solved head/cape must be frozen,
tion with Three Lakes big game species, along and field team as a high distance when there is no snow, with common sense, bacterial place it into a garbage bag and
Whitetails, has opened a with many African and ex- jumper. consider using a tarp or an ice- damage can be much worse, seal it around the base of the
new taxidermy studio just otic big game animals. “Three Lakes Whitetails fishing sled. If a rope is to be possibly preventing mounting antlers, taping it off tightly to
south of Three Lakes on A 2002 Three Lakes and I look forward to work- used, tie it around the base of altogether, according to Christ- prevent air from getting to the
Branham Road off High- High School graduate, Ellis ing with you and preserv- the antlers rather than the man. hide. The longer the head is
way 45. graduated from UW- ing your hunting memories neck. Immediately upon the death stored, the greater the likeli-
Ellis, a Three Lakes na- Stevens Point in 2007 with for many years to come,” Once at camp or home, do of an animal, bacteria begin hood of freezer burn.
tive, has practiced the art a political science major said Ellis. not hang the deer by a rope breaking down the meat and “Taxidermists have a vari-
of taxidermy since 2001 and an environmental law For more information, around the neck. This can skin. If allowed to progress too ety of skills and abilities, but
and has done taxidermy enforcement minor. Ellis people can contact Ellis at break and damage the hair. In- long, the skin will begin to slip. none of us are magicians,” said
full time for five years. Ellis also was a seven-time All- (715) 546-8289 or three- stead, suspend it by a rope When this happens, the upper Christman. “Do your taxider-
said he has mounted virtu- American with UW- around the antlers or by the layer of the skin actually mist and yourself a favor by
hind legs. sloughs off along with the hair. providing them with a cape in
When the deer is registered, Warmth and wetness speed up the best shape possible, so that
keep an eye on the tagging pro- this process, while cold and they can do their best work for

DNR research projects cess. Even when the hunter dryness slow it down. you.”

to look at predator impact 2010 gun deer registration stations
Two new deer research rate deer population esti- tags. In the spring, fawns born Vilas County Station Name Hours
projects concerning predator mates. to monitored does also will be Boulder Junction Gooch’s A-1 Bar 11 a.m. - 11 p.m. daily
impacts on Wisconsin’s white- “The distribution and fitted with radio-telemetry Conover Northern Waters Angling & Archery 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily. Closed Thanksgiving Day.
tailed deer herd are set to abundance of predators on collars. Eagle River Wild Eagle Corner Store 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily
begin later this fall, according Wisconsin’s landscape has Land O’ Lakes Black Oak Inn 8 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily
Manitowish Waters Dietz’s Service Phillips 66 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. daily
to a Department of Natural changed over time,” said Volunteers needed Phelps Phelps Convenience Center 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. Sunday thru Thursday,
Resources (DNR) wildlife ex- Warnke. “From the time a doe In addition to the DNR sci- 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday
pert. is impregnated to the time the entists, researchers from the Presque Isle Thoma’s Mini Mart 6 a.m. - 7 p.m. Monday thru Saturday,
“Many hunters are con- fall hunting season begins, a UW-Madison Department of 7 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sunday
cerned with our deer popula- number of fawns are lost Wildlife Ecology, UW Applied St. Germain St. Germain Sport Marine 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Nov. 20-21,
tion model accuracy and the every year to various causes Population Laboratory, and 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily. Closed Thanksgiving Day.
Star Lake Star Lake Store 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily. Closed Thanksgiving Day.
impacts of predators,” said before and after birth includ- the UW-Stevens Point are in-
Keith Warnke, DNR big-game ing weather, food availability volved along with the Wiscon- Oneida County
ecologist. “In response to and nutrition, disease, preda- sin Conservation Congress, Hazelhurst ICO Amoco 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. daily
those concerns, the depart- tion and accidents.” Safari Club International, Lake Tomahawk BP Gas-Up 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily
ment is investing a record The second study will mea- Union Sportsmen’s Alliance, McNaughton Tamarack Tap 1 p.m. - 8 p.m. daily
amount of its resources into sure the role of predation on and Whitetails Unlimited. Minocqua Island Sport Center 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. daily,
this research.” recruitment, which is the 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. Thanksgiving Day
These groups will be look- Monico Monico Short Stop 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily
While an audit by interna- number of deer added to the Pier Lake Indian Point Resort 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. Tuesday thru Sunday,
ing for help from the state’s
tional wildlife experts found population each year by fawns closed Monday.
deer hunters. Warnke said
the department's deer popula- surviving into the fall. Re- Rhinelander Hodag Pump and Pantry 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. daily. No reg. opening weekend.
this is an opportunity for
tion modeling system to be searchers will gather data on Rhinelander West Side Shell 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. daily. No reg. opening weekend.
hunters to assist biologists in Rhinelander DNR Service Center 8 a.m.-7 p.m. opening weekend only
sound and one of the best in doe pregnancy rates and litter
gathering information on deer Sugar Camp Marathon Station 6 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily
the country, Warnke said chal- sizes and fawn survival and
numbers in the state. Three Lakes Three Lakes Convenience Store 8 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily
lenges remain that have led to causes of mortality from birth Tomahawk Moran’s Landing 8 a.m. - 10 p.m. Monday thru Sunday
the new research projects. to the hunting season. “We are encouraging all
hunters and anyone else who
“We also will attempt to
Research projects is interested to volunteer to
identify the specific predators
Two projects set to get un- help on these projects,” said
of fawns, mainly wolves,
derway this winter will look Warnke.
bears, bobcats and coyotes,
at the causes of death in Hunters can check the
bucks and fawns, including
the roles of predators, weath-
er and hunters.
and measure the impact pre-
dation has on recruitment,”
Warnke said.
White-tailed Deer Research
Projects page of the DNR Web
site at and follow
Hunter harvest is the Little is known, Warnke ac- the “Sign Up Today” link to FULL SHOULDER MOUNTS
largest cause of death for knowledged, about the impact complete the volunteer form,
bucks, according to the DNR.
Biologists refer to the portion
of coyote and bobcat predation
on deer in Wisconsin. Similar
or they can contact a local
wildlife biologist.
of bucks killed by hunters
each year as the buck recov-
research is underway in
Michigan’s Upper Peninsula
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Tips offered on caping trophy
So it has been a successful
season, you’ve gotten the buck
of a lifetime and you’re going
to be making a trip to your
taxidermist. Only thing is,
you want to go ahead and cut
up the deer with your buddies
before heading home.
If you want to get your tro-
phy mounted, your taxider-
mist will need the front por-
tion, or cape, of the deer’s
hide. Most taxidermists in-
clude caping (removing the
cape of the deer) with their
mounting fee. You will want to
give your taxidermist a call to
see what arrangements they
prefer regarding this.
Many people like to use
meat processors to take care
of their meat. Keep in mind
that these facilities specialize
Tom Katisch, a town of Cloverland property ing the recent windstorm. The cracked skull and in caring for your meat. Most
owner, discovered a downed but alive buck near broken antlers indicated the tree hit the deer’s offer to cape trophy deer for
his home, apparently injured by a falling tree dur- head. --Photo By Tom Katisch their customers as a conve-
nience, but remember that
their expertise is in butcher-

Widow maker ing, not taxidermy.
It is best to call your taxi-
dermist. They often are famil-
always a good practice to cut
away from yourself in order to
avoid accidentally cutting
front leg! Follow the line along
the back of the leg where the
brown meets the white. This
iar with the local processing yourself should the knife slip. will keep the brisket/armpit
Buck injured by falling tree during storm facilities and know if they use
the proper technique for cap-
The accompanying diagram
shows each numbered step de-
area intact so the taxidermist
will have all the skin they
___________ ing trophies. Many taxider- scribed below. need for a full shoulder
surrounding area. Just the head by the buck’s hide. mists will cape the deer for 1. Start the cut from the mount.
day before, I had put out a Although the buck could you themselves prior to your back of the head, extending 5. Pull the skin as you care-
___________ pumpkin left over from Hal- thrash about, it couldn’t get delivering the carcass to the down the center of the back of fully use your knife to sepa-
loween. Of course, the dogs up and was obviously serious- processor. neck, between the shoulder rate it from the carcass. Go as
A dictionary definition of were busy sniffing around ly injured. I didn’t want to Of course, the do-it-your- blades, stopping behind the far as you can up to the base
widow maker is “a falling the area, as it is a bonanza of the deer to suffer any longer, selfers can always cape their shoulders. When in doubt of the head.
branch or tree that has been smells for them. yet, at the same time, didn’t deer out themselves. Taxider- where to stop, more is always 6. Turn the deer over and
weakened by a recent event After a while, I noticed want to shoot a deer out of mists offer the following tips better. repeat steps 1 through 5.
and falls on someone’s head.” them off to one side but did- season and be subject to a for a simple method of caping 2. Cut around the body With the skin separated
Normally, a widow maker n’t think much of it. However, fine or suspension of one’s a deer. This technique does from the back to the belly, from the carcass up to the
involves a logger in the they persisted and wouldn’t hunting privileges. not require the deer to be staying well behind the shoul- base of the head, use a meat
woods. But we know the leave that area — and it was
It was at this point that I hung up or the hide to be ders. saw to sever the head from
woods are full of animals as then that I saw it — a seven-
phoned area Department of pulled off with a vehicle and 3. Cut all the way around the neck, being sure to keep
well. What about them? point buck laying beneath a
Natural Resources conserva- will ensure that the cuts are the front leg, midway between the hide pulled clear of your
A couple of weeks ago, our downed tree and it was still
tion warden Tim Price and made in the proper places so the elbow and knee. cut.
area suffered some severe alive.
explained the situation. I that any type of shoulder 4. This is where most mis- The head and cape are now
windstorms. Our electricity It appeared that the top of could tell from his voice that mount, wall pedestal or full takes are made. Begin the cut ready to be delivered to the
was out for almost four days a nearby tree had fallen on he wasn’t sure about my pedestal mount is possible. where the circle around the taxidermist. Remember that
due to trees falling on power the buck, striking its head and story, but fortunately, he was- For all cuts, use a sharp front leg was just made (step the hide is still susceptible to
lines. antlers, as one could move the n’t too far away, so he swung knife. Insert the knife into the No. 3). Go from there along bacterial damage and dehy-
One day following the big antlers around its head like down to my place and I met skin with the cutting part of the back of the leg, across the dration, so it needs to be cared
wind event, I went back to one shifts a car’s manual him about 20 minutes later. the blade upward and cut by back of the elbow, to meet the for properly. It is always best
check on my deer tree stand, transmission. There was blood lifting up from under the skin. cut in step No. 2 around the to get the cape to the taxider-
accompanied by our family’s We went back to where the
around the antlers and they This will prevent cutting the midsection of the deer. Do not mist as soon as possible for
two dogs, and clean up the buck lay and, after a thor-
appeared to only be held to its hair along the incision. It is cut along the inside of the the best possible results.
ough review of the situation,
the warden agreed that a
tree limb had, in fact, struck
Estimating weight STOP THE SPREAD
Fishing with this deer. After he relieved its
suffering, he asked me if I
of whitetail deer CWD of Invasive Aquatic
(the property owner) wanted
the Guides the deer. I hesitated but said
I’d take the antlers. The war-
Hunters can estimate the
weight of their deer in the
FROM PAGE 10A Plants and Animals
By den explained that he could- field by measuring the chest
circumference. Measure the CWD, appears sick or is act-
n’t do that. He also said there
George Langley were families on a list who deer just behind the front ing strangely. Officials re-
quest that people report all
would very much like the legs and then use the chart
below to get its approximate such deer to a DNR biologist
venison. I told the warden or warden.
weight in pounds.
Colder weather to aid that he should give the entire
buck to them.
Deer Weight Table
Hunters supplying deer
tissue samples for testing will
A couple of days later, be able to track test results
area muskie anglers Price was back with the
antlers, explaining that the
Girth (Dressed)
for their deer on the depart-
ment’s Web site at Need more information?
family (household of nine)
A significant change in the weather has arrived were very appreciative of the
Test results will take three to (715) 365-8984
four weeks to be posted.
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the woods, including widow
Walleye fishing has held up really well for the en-
tire fall, although there were only few anglers out in
that snow last weekend. Those who did get out caught
fish. The bigger, deeper lakes have had good action
throughout the fall period, with the fish having moved
deeper to the 20- to 35-foot range. Jigs and minnows
are the only bait you have to take out now. Most fish-
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Sports Sidelines
By Gary Ridderbusch

Returning letterwinners on the Pines hockey team are, from left, in Christensen; in back, Brett Hughes, Trevor Laszczkowski, Justin
front, A.J. Kornely, Adam Kresl, Austin Ramesh, Leif Offerdahl, Scafaro, Duncan Hosking, Mike McDonald, Matt Kaitchuck, Dylan
Dakota Klessig, Mitch Elbe, Logan Croker, Chase Kresl and Tyler Weber and Matt Meyer. Missing was Alex Kornely. Dave Sixel, left, and his son, Mike, are headed to Russia
to compete in a Pankration tournament.

High hopes for Pines hockey Sixels to compete
--Contributed Photo

Eagles skaters return 18 letterwinners in Russian event
BY KURT KRUEGER The father-and-son team of Dave and Mike Sixel of
NEWS-REVIEW EDITOR Sugar Camp have been invited back to Russia for the
third time to represent their country in mixed martial
There are high hopes for this The rest of the seniors in- arts, known as Pankration.
year’s Northland Pines hockey clude A.J. Kornely, Tyler Chris- “I can’t explain what a huge honor and privilege this
team, which is deep on experi- tensen, Justin Scafaro and is for us,” said Dave Sixel.
ence with 18 returning letter- Logan Croker. The juniors be- With more than 60 years of experience between the
winners. sides Kaitchuck are Dakota both of them, Mike Sixel will be coached by his dad and
Coach Charlie DePuydt said Klessig, Brett Hughes, Mitch will compete against the Russian coach’s son, Alexander.
they’ll miss four key seniors Elbe, Matt Meyer and Duncan “This competition (as all) is very important to us, but
who were lost to graduation, in- Hosking. this one takes on a little more,” said Dave Sixel. “It will
cluding the team’s top scorer in Returning letterwinners in not only be the United States vs. Russia, but also
Lucas Otto, yet they have a that big group of sophomores coach’s son against coach’s son.”
wealth of players who will be include Austin Ramesh, Dylan Seven years ago, Dave Sixel competed against
fighting for starting spots on Weber, Adam Kresl, Leif Offer- Alexander in Portugal. Now it will be Mike’s turn to
key lines. dahl, Alex Kornely and Trevor continue to represent and uphold the Sixel name.
The Eagles will open their Laszczkowski. “Mike has been competing for more than 20 years
season with a nonconference “That group of sophomores now and, due to his family and military job obligations,
game at Marshfield next Tues- played a very significant role in this will most likely be his last professional competi-
day, Nov. 23. They won’t be in every game last season,” said tion,” said his dad. “I respect Mike’s decision and will al-
the dome until Saturday, Dec. 4, DePuydt. ways stand behind and beside him in whatever he de-
when they host Wausau East. He said the coaching staff cides. The only thing that we’re focused on now is train-
Leading the list of returners has high expectations because ing and strategy for this event.”
are key offensive players such there are so many players who The Sixels will compete in Moscow this Friday, Nov.
as Mikey McDonald and Chase can step up and make a big 19, which will be one of Russia’s largest martial arts
Kresl, both senior forwards play when needed. events ever held. The competition will be held in front of
who were among the team’s “It will be exciting to have 25,000 Russians and broadcast live.
leaders in points last season. that spread around a little Returning head coach Charlie DePuydt (left) will be joined by Many local residents have learned the martial arts
“Both have good skill, vision more,” said DePuydt. “Every new assistant coach Don Czarapata. --STAFF PHOTOS through Dave and Mike Sixel and wish them the best of
and play with a tremendous player has the capability of luck in this latest international competition. And if this
amount of heart on the ice,” doing all the small things at anchor.” He said Lakeland and Mosi- is Mike Sixel’s last professional competition, hats off to
said DePuydt. “They should not which play a big role in the suc- He said this year’s team nee are always at the top of great career in mixed martial arts — you have repre-
skip a beat from last year as cess of this team.” can’t rely solely on one player their game against Pines be- sented the North Woods well.
they will be skating with their On the down side, he said when a big play needs to hap- cause the hockey programs
returning line mate from last many of his younger players pen, which could be considered have produced some bitter ri-
year, junior Matt Kaitchuck.” did not have a great deal of suc- a weakness. valries.
DePuydt said Kaitchuck is
another player the coaches ex-
pect big things from this year.
cess coming up through the
youth program, making it hard
to have confidence in their abil-
“I feel we will be right at the
top of the Great Northern Con-
ference along with Waupaca,
“Mosinee has knocked us out
of the playoffs many times in
recent years,” he said. “Wau-
Eagle River Falcons
He considers the team to be
young because there are nearly
as many sophomores (11) as
“But this team has come a
long way over the past couple of
Mosinee and Lakeland,” said
DePuydt. “As long as we don’t
beat ourselves I also can see us
paca jumped into the picture as
well in the last couple of years
by producing some very com-
ready to build
there are seniors and juniors
(12). Yet all 12 of the upper-
classmen are returners with
seasons and confidence is
building,” he said. “The chal-
lenge will be to keep the confi-
potentially playing late into
February and hopefully the
first week of March at the state
petitive teams and with them
winning the conference last
year, everyone will be gunning
on success of ’09-’10
extensive playing time. dence building and not let it lie tournament.” for them.” ___________

Eagles look to three letterwinners The Eagle River Falcons

men’s hockey team is looking to

to lead basketball team in 2010-’11
follow up its 2009-’10 cam-
paign with another quality sea-
Last season, the Falcons fin-
ished first in the North Divi-
sion of the Great Lakes Hockey
___________ League, second overall in the
entire 10-team league, and
The Northland Pines boys took home a third-place trophy
basketball team will build its from the league tournament.
2010-’11 team around three The Falcons also claimed the
letterwinners, all with three River Cup from the rival Mosi-
years of varsity experience. nee Papermakers for the first
Returning for coach Ryan time in several years.
Clark are seniors Peter Shar- This season marks the 84th
row and Taylor Ridderbusch, year of men’s hockey in Eagle
and junior Zach Tucker. Shar- River.
row and Ridderbusch have “Without the tremendous MIKE ADAMOVICH
started since their sophomore support the team receives from
season, while Tucker got the fans, local businesses and will find some new, but familiar
playing time as a freshman volunteers, this would not be faces, who have played for the
that year. possible,” said Falcons coach Northland Pines High School
Mike Adamovich. “The commit- hockey team.
Pines will have to replace Joining the Falcons will be
graduates Tyler Hilar, who ment and dedication that is ev-
ident is vital to the success of the Otto brothers — Mike,
was a second-team all-confer- Zach and Luke — along with
ence performer last season the Falcons and is greatly ap-
preciated by the players and Chris Marion. Also, Crae Biese
and the team’s leading scorer from Monroe will bolster the
and rebounder, and Ian coaches who travel more than
3,000 miles each season repre- defense. Other than those addi-
Miller, a defensive stopper for tions, there will be very little
the Eagles last year. senting the Eagle River area —
often competing against much change from last year’s talent-
The Eagles hope to im- larger cities in the league such ed team.
prove on their 7-17 record as Appleton, Green Bay and The Falcons opened the
last season, reaching the sec- Northland Pines boys basketball team returning er, and seniors Taylor Ridderbusch and Peter Milwaukee.” 2010-’11 season on the road in
To EAGLES, Pg. 16A letterwinners include, from left, junior Zach Tuck- Sharrow. --STAFF PHOTO The roster for this season To FALCONS, Pg. 16A

NORTHWOODS IRISH WATERS II.....................20 34 BLACK FOREST ...................42 48 1938 NORTH II .........................24 30 UNCLE KENT’S II....................51 29 Dana Croker, Kristina Parker, Nina
NINE-BALL LEAGUE ONEIDA VILLAGE II ...............16 29 PINE LAKE PUB ..................42 48 CLUB 45 I .................................22 32 FINISH LINE ............................51 45 Meachum.
Results of 11/8/10 JAKE’S II ...................................12 24 PINE ISLE II .........................42 48 CLUB 45 II ................................21 33 BLACK OAK..............................51 45 STANDINGS W L
Team results: Club DeNoyer 7, Irish BLACK FOREST I ....................15 39 ONEIDA VILLAGE II ...........40 50 JOE’S POOL HALL II ..............20 34 UNCLE KENT’S I .....................43 37 UNCLE KENT’S ......................36 18
Waters II 2; Aerio Club 7, Oneida Village HOUSE OF BOO’S ....................13 35 JAKE’S I.................................38 52 SMOKEEZ II .............................41 55 TINY TAP.................................36 18
I 2; Tiny Tap 7, Black Forest I 2; Smokeez LOON SALOON ....................37 53 ST. GERMAIN SMOKEEZ I ...............................34 46 BUCKSHOTS...........................34 20
I 7, Uncle Kent’s 2; Black Forest II 6, THREE LAKES POOL IRISH WATERS II.................33 57
POOL LEAGUE SWEETWATER .........................37 43 BUCKTALE INN .....................24 30
House of Boo’s 0; Finish Line II 6, Oneida Results of 11/10/10 LEGION EAGLES .................31 59 TINY TAP ..................................23 57 SMOKEEZ................................17 37
Solids W
Village II 3; Black Forest III 6, Irish Wa- Team results: Bonnie’s Lakeside 10, HOUSE OF BOO’S ..................15 39
BOB KATZ .........................................23
ters I 3; Smokeez II 6, Eagle Lanes II 3; Irish Waters II 5; Legion Ravens 9, Loon SUGAR CAMP
UP NORTH WEBER’S I.........................................11
Mud Creek Saloon 6, Eagle Lanes I 3; Saloon 6; Jake’s I 9, Hideaway 6; Jake’s
II 8, Pine Lake Pub 7; Oneida Village I 8, NINE-BALL LEAGUE SPORTSMEN’S CHALET .................25 WEDNESDAY NIGHT POOL
Finish Line I bye; Jake’s II bye. THUNDERBIRD................................19 Results of 11/10/10
Nine-ball run: Randy Bender. Pine Isle II 7; Oneida Village II 8, Le- Results of 11/4/10
Nine-ball breaks: Fred Hutchins, gion Eagles 7; Briggs Bar 8, Irish Waters Team results: 1938 North II 3, Joe’s
Stripes RUMMY’S A................................34 20
Todd Vreeland, Erik Paremski. I 7; Pine Isle I 8, Black Forest 7. Pool Hall I 6; Joe’s Pool Hall IV 7, 1938
WEBER’S II .......................................20

RUMMY’S B................................32 22

STANDINGS W L Eight-ball runs: Kurt Krueger, Scott North I 2; Joe’s Pool Hall III 5, Club 45
KD’S....................................................26 KATHAN INN B.........................30 24
CLUB DENOYER......................33 12 McCain. II 4; Club 45 I 6, Joe’s Pool Hall II 3.
ANGRY DAVE’S ................................19 CROSS COUNTRY.....................28 26
BLACK FOREST III .................35 19 Hot shots: Rick Maney 16, Eddie Nine-ball breaks: Doug Nicholson,
SISTERS SALOON............................18 GATOR’S LANDING ..................28 26
EAGLE LANES I.......................27 15 Starke 15, Brad Soder, John Kuglitsch Gary Goodness.
and Tom Muench 13, Scott McCain, Tim Results of 11/11/10 KATHAN INN A.........................25 29
SMOKEEZ II .............................28 17 MOONDANCE............................24 30
AERIO CLUB ............................33 21 Kolehouse and Kurt Krueger 11. Team results: Joe’s Pool Hall II 3, Joe’s THURSDAY SINGLES
Pool Hall III 6; Club 45 II 5, Club 45 I 4; KLINGEN’S IDLEWILDE .........15 39
EAGLE LANES II .....................32 22 STANDINGS W L Joe’s Pool Hall IV 4, Joe’s Pool Hall I 5; Results of 11/13/10
1938 North I 8, 1938 North II 1. EAGLE RIVER
BLACK FOREST II ...................24 18 JAKE’S II ...............................66 24
Nine-ball breaks: Paul Lewis, Dennis
Team results: Black Oak 9, Smokeez II For your
FINISH LINE II ........................29 25 ONEIDA VILLAGE I.............55 35 7; Uncle Kent’s II 9, Sweetwater 7; Smo- WOMEN’S POOL LEAGUE
Kruse, Vic Verdev.
SMOKEEZ I ...............................29 25 LEGION RAVENS .................54 36 keez I 11, Tiny Tap 5; Holiday Lodge 12, Results of 11/9/10 ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION
UNCLE KENT’S........................24 21 BRIGGS BAR .........................52 38 STANDINGS W L Finish Line 4; Uncle Kent’s I bye. Results: Uncle Kent’s 2, Buckshots 7;
TINY TAP ..................................23 22 BONNIE’S LAKESIDE .........52 38 JOE’S POOL HALL I................37 17 Seven-ball runs: Matt Adkins, Spencer Bucktale Inn 3, Tiny Tap 6; House of
go to
IRISH WATERS I ......................15 21 PINE ISLE I ..........................49 41 JOE’S POOL HALL IV .............35 19 Bolte. Boo’s 4, Smokeez 5.
ONEIDA VILLAGE I.................22 32 HIDEAWAY............................44 46 JOE’S POOL HALL III.............32 22 STANDINGS W L Six-ball run: Kathy Sherry.
FINISH LINE I..........................18 27 IRISH WATERS I ..................43 47 1938 NORTH I ..........................26 28 HOLIDAY LODGE ....................53 27 Five-ball runs: Thea Mansavage,

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KATHAN INN ............................38
CLUB 45 I ...................................36
CLUB 45 II .................................35
Goalies needed for adult hockey
Results of 11/10/10 Results of 11/10/10 Results of 11/8/10
Team results: Bucktale Inn II 2, Team results: American Legion I 3, HOUSE OF BOO’S .....................30 35
Team results: Sweetwater I 10, Club SMUGGLER’S LOUNGE...........26 39 Hockey goalies are needed through Friday between
BBT’s I 1; Club DeNoyer I 2, Bucktale Wildcats 0; Nomads 3, Oneida Village I 45 I 3; Club 45 II 9, Smuggler’s Lounge
Inn I 1; Club 45 II 1, Club DeNoyer II 2; 0; Village People 2, American Legion A 4; Eagle Lanes 6, Sweetwater II 7; Uncle
CLUB DENOYER.......................22 43 for both the Noontime Hockey 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. The
SMOKEEZ II ................................8 57
Uncle Kent’s 0, Club 45 I 3; BBT’s II 1; Oneida Village II 2, Triple Diamonds Kent’s 0, Smokeez I 13; Smokeez II 3, UNCLE KENT’S...........................6 59
League and Olde Tyme Hock- Olde Tyme Hockey League
bye. 1. House of Boo’s 10; Kathan Inn 8, Club ey League at the Eagle River plays every Tuesday starting
Top women shooters: Kerri Johann Top women shooters: Pat Freeman DeNoyer 5.
5/12, Dawn Stauffacher 5/13, Debra 5/12, Sue Sadowske 4/9, Kathy Gruhn 3/9, SUGAR CAMP Sports Arena, according to co- at 9 p.m.
Jensen 4/12, Sue Heilber, Sue Stardy Audrey Meyer and Peggy Selman 1/7, Eight-dart out: Josh Doyen, Greg THURSDAY NIGHT ordinator Michael Eder. “We also have room for
and Deb Millard 3/11, K.T. Richter and Betty Purtell 1/9, Jackie Wick 1/8, Dawn Maney, Greg Nagy. “The Eagle River Recre- extra skaters in the no-check,
Greta Jackman 3/16, Delores Zdroik
Samuels 1/10.
2/15, Michelle Miller 2/17. Top men shooters: Bob Borek 6/10,
Results of 11/11/10 ation Association (ERRA) no-slapshot leagues for play-
Nine-dart out: Nick Warwick (2), Jay
Top men shooters: Dave Gall 5/12, Bill Lamon 6/11, Ed Jacobsen 5/9, Dave Warwick, Greg Nagy, Todd Anderson, STANDINGS W L adult hockey program leagues ers over the age of 18,” said
Trevor Moore and Shawn Griffin 5/17, Cyrtmus 4/11, Bill Wood 3/7, Jerry Greg Maney, Josh Doyen, Chris KLINGEN’S IDLEWILDE .......31 8 are looking for goalies,” said Eder. “Both men and women
Jeff Schmidt and Dave Seyfert 4/12, Koslowski 3/9, Ralph Hetzel 3/12, Paul Blicharz, Bob Hagen. RUMMY’S .................................25 14
Gabe Gabriel and Mike Singer 3/11, Jim CROSS COUNTRY...................21 31
Eder. are invited.”
Kamschulte 1/8.
Pipp 3/12, Dave Vandenhouten 1/16. Home runs: Sue Sadowske, Audrey Hat tricks: Jay Warwick (4), Josh PITLIK’S SAND BEACH .........14 25 The Noontime Hockey For more information, call
Home runs: Debra Jensen, Sue Meyer, Dolly Hetzel, Debbie Koslowski, Doyen (3), Bob Burnett (2), Chris KATHAN INN ..........................13 26 League plays Monday Eder at (715) 477-2945.
Stardy, Greta Jackman. Dan Mueller. Blicharz (2), Amanda Schneider (2),
STANDINGS W L Nick Warwick (2), Greg Nagy, Todd An-
BUCKTALE INN II.................11 4 STANDINGS W L derson, John Garsow, Greg Maney,
CLUB DENOYER I .................10
BUCKTALE INN I ....................9
AMERICAN LEGION I .........11.5 6.5
TRIPLE DIAMONDS ............11 7
Melissa Jones, John Dutz, Bob Hagen,
Don Merten.
in the
CLUB 45 I................................10 8 ONEIDA VILLAGE II ...........11 7
BBT’S II .....................................7 8 WILDCATS ..............................9.5 8.5 STANDINGS W L
UNCLE KENT’S........................9 9 NOMADS .................................9 9 SMOKEEZ I ................................56 9
BBT’S I.......................................3 9 VILLAGE PEOPLE .................7 11 EAGLE LANES ..........................51 14
CLUB DENOYER II..................8 10 AMERICAN LEGION A ..........7 11 SWEETWATER I........................43 22 (715) 479-4421
CLUB 45 II ................................5 13 ONEIDA VILLAGE I...............6 12 SWEETWATER II ......................39 26

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Call the News-Review professional and college games played Friday, Saturday or Sun-
day. The weekly winner will be the entrant with the most points… 3.
will be thrown out, not counted.
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Container at participating co-sponsors, or by faxing to 715-479-

(715) 479-4421 16 being the most possible. The weekly winner must have the
Game of the Week correct. If there is a tie, it goes to Tiebreaker I,
the total points scored by both teams in the week’s designated 4.
trant for his or her name and photograph to be used for news and
reasonable promotion purposes at no charge.
Employees of this newspaper and their immediate families are in-
7. Weekly deadline for entry will be noon Friday, except when noted
otherwise on the weekly entry form.
8. Neither this newspaper nor any co-sponsor will be responsible for

and be a sponsor game. If that fails to determine a winner, the judges will go to
Tiebreaker 2, total offensive yardage from scrimmage in the des-
eligible to participate. No entries will be accepted after the posted
illegible entry forms or those lost, stolen or damaged in any way.
9. Limit: one entry per person per week. Each entry must represent

of the ignated game. If there is still as tie, a drawing at the News-Review,
Eagle River, will be used.
5. Any inquiry about a protest of weekly results must be made by
noon on the Friday following the announcement of the winner.The
the original work of one entrant; group entries, systems or other
attempts to enter multiple entries will be disqualified. Filling out
1029 E. WALL ST. Turn to the Experts.™ 715-479-6919
2. No points are awarded on tie games, or in case any game is not decision of the Contest Administrator is final. extra forms and putting your friends’ or relatives’ names on them
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Patricia Mayo places first
in senior bowling tourney
Ten women from Eagle In singles, Mayo rolled a
River recently bowled in the 761 series with handicap, in
2010 Wisconsin State Senior which she placed fourth. She
Women’s Bowling Association used last year’s average of 96
Tournament in Sheboygan. and bowled well over that for
The tournament is for all six games.
bowlers age 55 and older. Mayo received a champi-
Patricia Mayo bowled in Di- onship necklace for her award
vision 3 and had a total score of and a monetary prize as well
1,530 for six games, including for all events, singles and dou-
handicap. This score put her in bles.
first place for that division in Almost all of the bowlers
the tournament. It included a from this area who participat-
doubles score of 769, with ed in this tournament won
handicap, with her partner, money in their respective di-
Cathryn Woelful. visions.

Special Olympics bowlers
advance to State tourney
Three current Northland School: Nicole Deditz, third
Pines students and five grad- place, advancing to State; and
uates recently competed in Johanna Marley, first place,
the 2010 Special Olympics advancing to State.
Northern Regional Bowling Alumni of Northland
Tournament in Eau Claire. Pines: Tom Maney, seventh
Four of those Special place; Andy McKay, seventh
Olympics bowlers will ad- place; Holly Reuter, sixth
vance to the State competi- place; Alan Vurgrinec, sixth
tion Dec. 4 at Weston Lanes in place; and Amy Wieting, third
Northland Pines head varsity boys basketball coach Ryan Clark, about making an overhead pass during the team’s first practice on Wausau by placing first, sec- place, advancing to State.
who is in his sixth year coaching the Eagles, talked to his players Monday night. --Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH ond or third in their division. “Special thanks to our two
Results by age level are as coaches, Steve Hutts and
follows: Mark VanderBloomen, and

Eagles: team to be defensive-minded Northland Pines Elemen-
tary-Eagle River: Isiah Annis,
first place, advancing to State.
Northland Pines Middle
our Class A volunteer chaper-
ones Mary and Lou Deditz
and Julie Lorch,” said Jessica
Chuckel, agency manager.

ond round of the WIAA Divi-
sion 2 Regional playoffs.
eraged 11 points per game last
year and hauled down three re-
bounds a contest. Ridderbusch,
a 6-foot-3 player who can play
for the Eagles, said the team’s
strengths are experience, de-
fense and being unselfish on
together and buying into their
role. However, our offensive
execution will depend on spac-
ing, ball movement, and
Falcons: FROM PAGE 13A
Clark said his three re- both inside and outside, aver- “Three of our starters have screening and cutting.” Brookfield where they dropped this time by Neil Wallace.
turnees are key to the Eagles aged seven points per game three years of varsity experi- Other varsity players in- an exhibition game to the Bat- The final 20 minutes saw
having a successful season. last season and grabbed five ence,” he said. “We will have a clude a pair of senior post play- talion Nov. 6. All Brookfield Falcon goaltender Kevin
The three scored 22 points a boards a game. Tucker, a 6-foot- strong defensive mindset and ers, Victory Perotto (6-foot-1) games are exhibition as the Lebert shut out the high-scor-
game as a unit last season 1 post player, averaged four we have the ability to have a and Kegan Borlick ( 6-foot), team plans on entering the ing Bears as his team rebound-
and will have to boost that points and three rounds a sound team defense. On the along with senior Brandon league in the fall of 2011. ed with three goals to knot it
output in 2010-’11. game as a sophomore. other end of the court, our Clark; junior guards Cody Last weekend, the Falcons up at 5-5 after regulation time.
Sharrow, a 6-foot guard, av- Clark, a sixth-year coach players do a nice job of playing Drake, Austen Lambert and traveled to West Bend for their With only five and one-half
Alex Potter; and sophomore first league game of the season minutes remaining and down
guards Jon Eichman and Friday night. After one period by three, Cody Litvinoff ignit-

YOUTH HOCKEY Devon Gaszak.
The coach said he has sev-
eral concerns going into the
of action, Eagle River held a 2-
1 lead.
Scoring first for the Falcons
ed the Falcon rally, scoring on
an assist from Nelmark and
Drayna. It was Drayna on a
season, including rebounding was Nick Nelmark, with the pass from Nelmark who got
EAGLE RIVER SQUIRT A’s First period: Noah Weber, Connor Roach)
Results of 11/14/10 Cox Saves: 44 (Gabe Hartwig) and turnovers. assist coming from D.J. Drayna the visitors within one with
SCORE BY PERIODS Second period: Nick Dean Shots on goal: 19 “Defensive rebounding is a and Neil Wallace. The second 2:09 remaining. With 56 ticks
Eagle River — 1-0-3 — 4 Third period: Noah Weber (Con- huge concern. I believe our de- came from Wallace, with Nel- left on the clock, Bill Ross
Wausau — 0-1-0 — 1 nor Cox), Noah Weber Results of 11/14/10
Saves: 16 (Ethan Polich) SCORE BY PERIODS fense will make opponents work mark and Drayna assisting. split the pipes to send the
First period: Max Zingler Shots on goal: 45 Eagle River — 1-3-1 — 5 to score, but I am concerned on But the Bombers’ defense game into overtime. Assisting
Third period: Max Zingler (Mikey Marquette A — 1-0-1 — 2 how we are going to finish the shut down the Falcons, holding on the score was Nelmark and
Alfonso), Sammy Spencer (Max Zin- Results of 11/14/10 INDIVIDUAL SCORING
SCORE BY PERIODS First period: Newey Spencer
defensive possession by secur- them scoreless for the final two Litvinoff.
gler), Jack Rhode
Saves: 10 (Nick Edwards) Eagle River — 5-2-1 — 8 (Kory Droes) ing the rebound,” said Clark. periods while adding five more But it was the host team
Shots on goal: 29 Wausau B — 1-0-0 — 1 Second period: Colton Raymond “Being strong with the ball and goals to claim the 6-2 win. In doing the celebrating when
INDIVIDUAL SCORING (Bailey Ramesh, Blake Molkentine), passing and catching are major the net for the Falcons was they scored the game clincher
SCORE BY PERIODS First period: Noah Wittkopf Blake Molkentine (Colton Ray-
Eagle River — 1-1-0 — 2 (Noah Weber), Nick Dean (Noah mond, Carson Cox), Blake Molken- concerns. We can not compete if Brandon Gwidt, who turned at 3:28 of overtime.
Wausau — 1-0-0 — 1 Weber, Noah Wittkopf), Noah Weber, tine (Jake Jantzen, Aidan Olkowski we lose the turnover battle.” away 29 shots on the game. Lebert recorded 35 saves in
INDIVIDUAL SCORING Nick Dean (Michaela Zingler, Cody Third period: Joe Roach (Newey Helping Clark put the team Saturday found the Falcons the game.
First period: Shay Garske Jantzen), Connor Cox (Noah Weber) Spencer)
Second period: Connor Cox, Con- Saves: 16 (Gabe Hartwig)
together will be assistant facing the always-strong Fond The Falcons’ home opener
Second period: Sammy Spencer
(Max Zingler) nor Cox (Noah Weber) Shots on goal: 22 coaches Norm Ellenberger, du Lac Bears in Fond du Lac. will be Saturday, Nov. 27, at 8
Saves: 11 (Nick Edwards) Third period: Noah Weber (Cody Kris Dahlberg, Terry Nordine The host team skated to an p.m., with a rematch against
Shots on goal: 21 Jantzen) SCORE BY PERIODS and Tara Gremban. early first-period lead of 2-0. the Brookfield Battalion. This
Saves: 10 (Ethan Polich) Eagle River — 1-1-0 — 2
Shots on goal: 30 Marquette A — 0-0-1 — 11 Clark sees Lakeland and Fondy continued to find the will be a giveaway game where
Results of 11/13/10 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Rhinelander as the teams to net, adding three more goals in a token of appreciation will be
SCORE BY PERIODS SCORE BY PERIODS First period: Jake Jantzen (Kory beat in the Great Northern the second stanza. given to the first 300 fans who
Eagle River — 2-4-6 — 12 Droes, Blake Molkentine)
Eagle River — 0-0-1 — 1
Wausau B — 1-1-0 — 2 Second period: Newey Spencer Conference. Rhinelander is re- Eagle River worked hard to enter.
Copper Country AA — 2-2-4 — 8
INDIVIDUAL SCORING INDIVIDUAL SCORING Saves: 20 (Gabe Hartwig) placing Merrill in the league stay in the game, netting two of Season tickets are now on
Third period: Eric Saltenberger First period: Noah Weber (Cody Shots on goal: 11 this year. their own to trail 5-2 after two. sale for $35. There will be 15
Jantzen), Noah Weber
(Syrus Langley)
Second period: Connor Cox (Noah
Northland Pines will open Max Wallace lit the lamp for home games this year. Falcon
Saves: 34 (Michael John) EAGLE RIVER U-12 GIRLS the season at home with a the Falcons at the 14:16 mark.. hoodies also will be available
Shots on goal: 11 Weber), Connor Cox (Noah Weber, Results of 11/6/10
Cody Jantzen), Michaela Zingler SCORE BY PERIODS nonconference game against Bill Ross and Nelmark con- for $20 each.
SCORE BY PERIODS (Cody Jantzen, Noah Weber), Con- Eagle River — 0-1-1 — 2 Chequamegon (Park Falls) tributed on the assist. It was Team contacts are Mike,
Eagle River — 0-1-0 — 1 nor Cox (Noah Weber) Tomahawk U-14 — 2-3-1 — 6
Third period: Noah Weber, Noah next Tuesday, Nov. 23, at 7:30 Nelmark and Ross again set- Kim and Brad Adamovich at
Copper Country AA — 3-2-5 — 10 INDIVIDUAL SCORING
INDIVIDUAL SCORING Weber, Connor Cox (Cody Jantzen), Second period: Allyson Sima p.m. ting up the second goal scored, (715) 479-9205.
Second period: Eric Saltenberger Connor Cox, Noah Weber, Cody (MaryBeth Tienhaara)
Saves: 44 (Michael John) Jantzen (Noah Weber, Noah Wit- Third period: Emily Saltenberger
Shots on goal: 9 tkopf) (Mariah Satran)
Saves: 9 (Dillon Gagliano) Saves: 18 (Sallie Spencer)

Results of 11/14/10 Shots on goal: 36 Shots on goal: 14
Eagle River — 1-1-0 — 2 EAGLE RIVER PEE WEE B’s Results of 11/6/10
Wausau — 3-2-0 — 5 Results of 11/14/10 SCORE BY PERIODS
First period: Eric Saltenberger
(Cameron Ramesh, Kevin John) Merrill A — 0-3-2 — 5 INDIVIDUAL SCORING Date Opponent Time Date Opponent Time Date Opponent Time
Second period: Eric Saltenberger INDIVIDUAL SCORING First period: Caroline Riley Tues., Nov. 23 at Marshfield 7 PM Mon., Nov. 29 Lakeland 7 PM Fri., Nov. 12 at West Bend Bombers L 6-2
Sat., Nov. 13 at Fond du Lac Bears L 6-5 (OT)
(Syrus Langley) Second period: Joe Maillette (T.J. (Amanda Sergent, Joi Crass) Thurs., Dec. 2 at Tomahawk 7 PM Fri., Dec. 3 at Eau Claire North 7 PM Sat., Nov. 27 Brookfield Battalion 8 PM
Saves: 24 (Brett Wilkins) Ebert) Second period: Amanda Sergent Sat., Dec. 4 Wausau East 3 PM Sat., Dec. 4 vs. Webster at Siren 2 PM Fri., Dec. 3 Calumet Wolverines 8 PM
Shots on goal: 7 Saves: 17 (Ethan Polich) (Hannah Eibner) Tues., Dec. 7 Antigo 7 PM Fri., Dec. 10 at Marshfield 7 PM Sat., Dec. 4 Vernon Hills 8 PM
Shots on goal: 18 Third period: Anna Hartwig Sat., Dec. 11 Waupaca 3 PM Fri., Dec. 17 at Stevens Point 7 PM Fri., Dec. 10 at Mosinee Papermakers 8 PM
Tues., Dec. 14 at Stevens Point 7 PM Mon., Dec. 20 Tomahawk 7 PM Sat., Dec. 11 Green Bay Hornets 8 PM
SCORE BY PERIODS (Amanda Sergent) Fri., Dec. 17 Fox Cities Ice Dogs 8 PM
SCORE BY PERIODS Saves: 16 (Sallie Spencer) Thurs., Dec. 16 at Lakeland 7 PM Tues., Dec. 28 Tournament at Rhinelander TBD
Eagle River — 2-2-2 — 6 Sat., Dec. 18 Fox Cities Ice Dogs 8 PM
Eagle River — 1-2-0 — 3 Shots on goal: 11 Tues., Dec. 21 Houghton 7 PM Wed., Dec. 29 Tournament at Rhinelander TBD Fri., Jan. 7 Green Bay Deacons 8 PM
Wausau — 3-1-2 — 6
Merrill A — 0-1-3 — 4 Mon., Dec. 27 Tournament at Spooner TBD Thurs., Dec. 30 Tournament at Rhinelander TBD Sat., Jan. 8 Oregon Stampede 8 PM
INDIVIDUAL SCORING Tues., Dec. 28 Tournament at Spooner TBD Mon., Jan. 3 at Mosinee 7 PM Sat., Jan. 15 Mosinee Papermakers (Derby) 8 PM
First period: Kevin John, Kevin INDIVIDUAL SCORING Results of 11/13/10 Fri., Jan. 21 at Portage Lakes Pioneers 6:30 PM CT
Wed., Dec. 29 Tournament at Spooner TBD Fri., Jan. 7 at Sun Prairie 7 PM
John (Eric Saltenberger) First period: T.J. Ebert (Cole San- SCORE BY PERIODS Sat., Jan. 22 at Portage Lakes Pioneers 3 PM CT
Thurs., Jan. 6 Tomahawk 7 PM Sat., Jan. 8 at Fond du Lac 3 PM Fri., Jan. 28 Calumet Wolverines (Food Pantry) 8 PM
Second period: Cameron Ramesh born, Joe Maillette) Eagle River — 0-1-0 — 1 Tues., Jan. 11 Medford Area 7 PM Mon., Jan. 10 Medford Area 7 PM Sat., Jan. 29 All-Star Game at Mosinee TBD
(Adam Sima, David Sauvola), Second period: Joe Maillette (T.J. Lakeland U-14 — 3-0-3 — 6 Thurs., Jan. 13 at Rhinelander 7 PM Fri., Jan. 14 Antigo, Rhinelander 7 PM Fri., Feb. 4 Portage Lakes Pioneers 8 PM
Michael John (Eric Saltenberger) Ebert), Joe Maillette INDIVIDUAL SCORING Tues., Jan. 18 at D.C. Everest 7 PM Mon., Jan. 17 at Lakeland 7 PM Sat., Feb. 5 Portage Lakes Pioneers 8 PM
Third period: Eric Saltenberger Saves: 18 (Dillon Gagliano) Second period: MaryBeth Tien- Fri., Jan. 21 Tournament vs. Mosinee, Hayward, Fri., Jan. 21 Tournament vs. Hayward, Webster,
Fri., Feb. 11 West Bend Bombers (Pond Hockey) 8 PM
Sat., Feb. 12 Fond du Lac Bears (Pond Hockey) 8 PM
(Syrus Langley), Eric Saltenberger Shots on goal: 22 haara University School of Milwaukee 5 PM University School of Milwaukee TBD Fri., Feb. 18 at Calumet Wolverines 6:30 PM CT
Saves: 21 (Brett Wilkins) Saves: 27 (Sallie Spencer) Sat., Jan. 22 Tournament vs. Mosinee, Hayward, Sat., Jan. 22 Tournament vs. Hayward, Webster, Sat., Feb. 19 at Calumet Wolverines 6 PM CT
Shots on goal: 20 EAGLE RIVER BANTAM A’s University School of Milwaukee 2 PM University School of Milwaukee TBD Fri., Feb. 25 Mosinee Papermakers (River Cup) 8 PM
Results of 11/14/10 Tues., Jan. 25 at Antigo 7 PM Mon., Jan. 24 Marshfield 7 PM Sat., Feb. 26 at Mosinee Papermakers (River Cup) 8 PM
Results of 11/13/10 Fri., March 4 at Fox Cities Ice Dogs 7:30 PM
SCORE BY PERIODS Sat., Jan. 29 at Waupaca 3 PM Fri., Jan. 28 Wisconsin Rapids, Stevens Point 7 PM
Tues., Feb. 1 Lakeland 7 PM Mon., Jan. 31 at Tomahawk 7 PM
Sat., March 5 at Fox Cities Ice Dogs 7:30 PM
Results of 11/13/10 Eagle River — 0-2-2 — 4 Eagle River — 2-0-2 — 4 Fri., March 11 at Oregon Stampede 8 PM
Rhinelander U -14 — 2-1-1 — 4 Thurs., Feb. 3 at Mosinee 7 PM Fri., Feb. 4 Mosinee 7 PM Sat., March 12 at Vernon Hills 8 PM
SCORE BY PERIODS De Pere A — 1-1-2 — 4 Tues., Feb. 8 at Medford Area 7 PM Mon., Feb. 7 at Medford Area 7 PM Fri., March 18 at Green Bay Deacons 7:30 PM
Eagle River — 2-0-1 — 3 INDIVIDUAL SCORING INDIVIDUAL SCORING Sat., March 19 at Green Bay Hornets 8 PM
Thurs., Feb. 10 Rhinelander 7 PM Fri., Feb. 11 at Rhinelander 7 PM
De Pere — 1-0-1 — 2 Second period: Colton Raymond First period: Anna Hartwig
INDIVIDUAL SCORING (Newey Spencer), Joe Roach (Bailey (Amanda Sergent), Amanda Sergent
First period: Noah Weber (Connor Ramesh) Second period: Hannah Eibner First National Bank M&I Bank Eliason Realty
Cox), Jacob Czarapata (Noah Witt- Third period: Bailey Ramesh, Third period: Amanda Sergent Eagle River, Three Lakes, St. Germain, Phelps Eagle River, St. Germain, Three Lakes of the North
kopf) Carson Cox Saves: 23 (Sallie Spencer)
Nelson’s Ace Hardware Nicolet Credit Union Eagle River, St. Germain
Third period: Connor Cox (Noah Saves: 26 (Gabe Hartwig) Shots on goal: 10
Weber) Shots on goal: 12 715-479-4496 715-479-4491 Custom Landscaping
Saves: 16 (Dillon Gagliano) SCORE BY PERIODS
SCORE BY PERIODS Eagle River — 1-0-0 — 1 Pitlik & Wick, Inc. Northern Lakes Landscaping Prime Choice Meat Market
Shots on goal: 28
Eagle River — 0-0-2 — 2 Rhinelander U-14 — 1-3-2 — 6 715-479-7488 715-479-5852 715-479-6762
INDIVIDUAL SCORING First period: Anna Hartwig Mid-Wisconsin Bank Leif’s Cafe Vilas County News-Review
Eagle River — 2-1-2 — 5
Third period: Colton Raymond Saves: 17 (Sallie Spencer) Eagle River 715-479-2766 715-479-4421
De Pere — 0-0-0 — 0
INDIVIDUAL SCORING (Bailey Ramesh), Carson Cox (Joe Shots on goal: 22

Gary Paula “Painless” Larry Rich Bruce
Ridderbusch Hendrickson Pete Snedden Javenkoski Weber
N-R Sports Tailgater Dentist Butcher Sports Analyst Big B Grocer
Overall Record 97-56 89-64 92-61 101-52 102-51 93-60
Winningest Percentage .633 .581 .601 .660 .666 .607
Last Week’s Tally 10-5 7-8 8-7 8-7 11-4 9-6
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at Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami
Buffalo at
Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati
at Dallas Dallas Dallas Detroit Dallas Dallas Dallas
Northland Pines cross-country team award win- netz, most improved player; Cody McNeil, cap- Washington
ners included, from left, Sam Puffer, most im- tain, all conference and most valuable player; at Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee Tennessee
proved player; Emilie Robins, most valuable and Devin Sauvola, all conference. Arizona at
player; Kristina Spieker, captain; Jordan Wel- --Contributed Photo Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City Kansas City
Houston at

Eagles cross-country team N.Y. Jets
at Carolina
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presents 2010 season awards Cleveland at
Oakland at
Jacksonville Cleveland Jacksonville Cleveland Jacksonville Jacksonville

Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh
The Northland Pines cross- The awards for most-im- “Virtually everyone on our Tampa Bay at
country team presented its proved athlete went to Jordan team peaked at exactly the San Francisco San Francisco Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Tampa Bay Tampa Bay
awards last Monday, wrap- Welnetz for the girls and Sam right time for Regional com- Seattle at
ping up a successful 2010 sea- Puffer for the boys. petition,” said Koller. New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans New Orleans
son, according to head coach “Each displayed significant Koller and assistant coach
Dave Koller. improvement in their practice Josh Tilley awarded certifi- Atlanta at
St. Louis Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta Atlanta
Nine of the athletes recog- and race performance, not cates of participation to 10
nized that evening are se- only from last year but during middle school runners who Indianapolis at
niors. Major awards for the the season,” said Koller. practiced with the team and New England New England New England New England New England New England New England
season went to the two cap- Most valuable player ran in several races. N.Y. Giants at
tains, Kristina Spieker for the awards went to Emilie Robins “They are part of an inte- Philadelphia N.Y. Giants N.Y. Giants Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia Philadelphia
girls team and Cody McNeil for the girls and McNeil for gral feeder program and work Denver at
for the boys team. the boys. equally hard, but do not al- San Diego San Diego San Diego San Diego San Diego San Diego San Diego
“Both provided effective “Both consistently led their ways receive media atten-
leadership of their squads and teams throughout the season, tion,” said Koller.
reliability to their coaches,” often placing in the top medal Each athlete on the cross- Wisconsin
said Koller. positions,” said Koller. country team at the high at Michigan Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin Wisconsin
Five of the athletes re- Great Northern Conference school and middle school was
ceived letters for the first time all-conference awards were provided with a DVD of the
in any sport. Sixteen mem-
bers of the team were recog-
nized as having won a repeat
letter in cross-country.
garnered by McNeil and
sophomore Devin Sauvola.
Robins missed all-conference
honors by one place.
complete cross-country season
comprised of more than 800
stills and videos taken by and
courtesy of Koller.
Snomo safety courses
scheduled in Oneida
The Oneida County Sher- Course times are from 4 to 7 dents must be 12 years old to
MGD 64 WEDNESDAY SATURDAY YABA iff’s Office is sponsoring three p.m. for all three days and will enroll. There is no maximum
LADIES’ NIGHT OUT GOODFELLOWSHIP Eagle Lanes Wisconsin Department of be held at the Three Lakes age, and parents and adults
Eagle Lanes T&M Lanes Results of 11/13/10 Natural Resources (DNR) cer- High School, Room 215, locat- are welcome to enroll and par-
Results of 11/10/10 Results of 11/10/10 Team results: Awsome 4, Bye 0; Ea-
Team results: Boone’s Building Sup- Team results: Rusty Nail 2, Northern gles 4, Team America 0. tified snowmobile safety ed at 6930 W. School St. in ticipate in this course.
ply 7, Blind 0; Darrell’s Dummies 7, Exposure 5; Lanny’s Fireside 7, Ramesh High team game: Awsome 490. courses. Three Lakes.
High team series: Team America Cost for each course is $10
Paul’s Pump-N-Pantry 0; Harry’s Mar- Motorsports 0; Great Lakes Stone 7, bye 0. The first course, in conjunc- The third course, in con-
ket 4, Rockettes 3. High team game: Great Lakes Stone 1661. per person. Students are now
tion with the Hodag Snow junction with the New-Tom
High team game: Darrell’s Dummies 815. High games, boys: Trey Warwick 169, required to obtain a DNR cus-
920. High team series: Lanny’s Fireside Josh Stepka 167, Joseph Pobjoy 158. Trails, will be Saturday, Dec. Snow Fleas Snowmobile Club,
tomer identification number
High team series: Darrell’s Dummies 2352. High games, girls: Ashley Warwick 4, and Sunday, Dec. 5. Course will be Saturday, Dec. 18, and
High games: Josh Horst 227, Mike 175. for any recreational safety
2686. times are from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 19. Course times
High games: Mary Simac 182, Trudy Froemming 221, Ron Buell Jr. 203, Paul High series, boys: Josh Stepka 472, class they attend. Students
DeMers and Jason Wehrmeyer 200. Joseph Pobjoy and Trey Warwick 395, both days and will be held at are from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. both
Carlton 177, Phyllis Kranz 174, Joyce should contact a DNR service
Leander 171. High series: Josh Horst 574, Jason Dylan Haagen 352. the Oneida County Law En- days and will be held at the
High series, girls: Ashley Warwick center to obtain this number
High series: Mary Simac 491, Phyllis Wehrmeyer 569, Mike Froemming 545, forcement Center, located at Sloan Community Center, lo-
Kranz 483, Susie Erickson 481, Patty Paul DeMers 541, Dick Owen 524. 479. before the course begins.
STANDINGS W L STANDINGS W 2000 E. Winnebago St. in cated at 7246 Main St. in
Kukanich 479.
STANDINGS W L GREAT LAKES STONE............53 17 EAGLES.............................................14 Rhinelander. Lake Tomahawk. Advanced registration is
BOONE’S BUILDING SUPPLY ..50 20 NORTHERN EXPOSURE.........41 29 AWSOME...........................................13 Course two, in conjunction Anyone born on or after required. Contact Deputy
DARRELL’S DUMMMIES.........42 38 LANNY’S FIRESIDE.................39 31 TEAM AMERICA ................................7
with the Northern Lights Jan. 1, 1985, and at least 12 Brad Fogerty at the Oneida
PAUL’S PUMP-N-PANTRY .........37 33 RUSTY NAIL .............................36 34
THURSDAY NITE Snowmobile Club, will be years old must have snowmo- County Sheriff ’s Office at
HARRY’S MARKET ...................35 35
ROCKETTES..............................34 36 MEN’S LEAGUE Monday, Dec. 6; Tuesday, Dec. bile safety certification to op- (715) 361-5132 for registra-
T&M Lanes
BLIND.........................................12 58
Results of 11/11/10
7; and Thursday, Dec. 9. erate on public areas. Stu- tion information.
T&M Lanes Eagle Lanes Exposure 5; Northern Carpets 3, Black
Results of 11/9/10 Results of 11/9/10 Bear Industries 4.
Team results: Tackle Box 5, AB Out-
fitters 2; All in the Family Hair Care 7,
bye 0; Land O’ Lakes Pharmacy 0, T&M
Team results: Wild Eagle Corner
Store 5, Ahlborn Equipment 2; New
Twilight Bar & Grill 5, Kathan Inn 2.
High team game: FMN Floral 811.
High team series: Northern Expo-
sure 2342.
Lanes 7.
High team game: T&M Lanes 937.
High team series: Land O’ Lakes
High team game: New Twilight Bar
& Grill 931.
High team series: New Twilight Bar
High games: Bob Bickler 221, Karl
Boehm 213, Mike Froemming 210, Dick
Owen 197.
Pharmacy 2675. & Grill 2672. High series: Mike Froemming 602,
High games: Kyha Buell 230, Kari High games, men: Tim Richards 217, Bob Bickler 581, Dick Owen 545, Karl
Bartleme 190, Amy Froemming 184, Nick Warwick Sr. 203, Glenn Lasowski Boehm 513, Pete Wyant 507.
Diane Grosso 172, Lynette Otterpohl 202. STANDINGS W L
167. High games, women: Nancy Durkee BLACK BEAR INDUSTRIES...54 16
High series: Kyha Buell 533, Kari 126. NORTHERN CARPETS ............35.5 34.5
Bartleme 511, Amy Froemming 509, High series, men: Nick Warwick Sr. NORTHERN EXPOSURE.........30.5 39.5
Betty Ramesh 448, Diane Grosso 447. 582, Tim Richards 580, Dave Cyrtmus FMN FLORAL.............................20 50
Split conversion: Lynette Otterpohl 550.
5-7. High series, women: Nancy Durkee THURSDAY SPORTSMEN
STANDINGS W L 331. Eagle Lanes
TACKLE BOX .........................48 22 STANDINGS W Results of 11/11/10
T&M LANES ...........................43 27 NEW TWILIGHT BAR & GRILL ......43 Team results: Boone’s Building Sup-
ALL IN THE FAMILY ............43 27 KATHAN INN..............................................34 ply 7, Wild Eagle Corner Store 0;
LOL PHARMACY ...................39 31 WILD EAGLE CORNER STORE............29 Daniels Distinctive Design 5, BBT’s 2;
AB OUTFITTERS ...................35 35 AHLBORN EQUIPMENT ........................18 Grembans 5, Leinenkugel’s 2; Harry’s
Market 5, Miller Sportsmen 2; Hi-
awatha Hide Away 4, Dyna Manufac-
turing 3.
High team game: Dyna Manufactur-
ing 909.
High team series: Hiawatha Hide
Away 2647.
High games: Greg Maney 232, Al
Mayack and Mark McGee 225, Tim
Richards 214.
High series: Al Mayack 673, Greg
2nd best
Maney 635, Rob Erickson 625.
DYNA MANUFACTURING...............44
W in the nation
MILLER SPORTSMEN .....................42
GREMBANS .......................................32
for use of photographs
HARRY’S MARKET ...........................31
HIAWATHA HIDE AWAY..................29
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COUNTY NEWS-REVIEW Eagle River Vindicator Established
It’s time to return from ‘economic fantasyland’
1886 LET’S FACE the facts. A Is it really that bad? World-
Eagle River Review 1890 large percentage of Americans, wide debt may be $400 trillion.
Vilas County News 1892 ME
MBER and just as many of our for- To think some financial genius

Publisher BYRON McNUTT
eign brothers and sisters, are
in economic denial. People Make the Difference will come up with a way to
spare us the pain of a second
Editor KURT KRUEGER Republican and Democrat By Byron McNutt Great Depression is wishful
Lifestyle Editor MARIANNE ASHTON
leaders of Congress are not thinking. All the financial
Production Manager JEAN DREW helping the cause. Many are stimulus, zero interest rates
Advertising Consultants
Assistant Production Manager ELIZABETH BLEICHER (as New York Times columnist and the monetizing of several
Production Artist MARY PALO
Photo Technician SHARINA ADAMS
Bob Herbert says) living in an 100 million senior citizens, bal- The panel suggested 25% in trillion in toxic assets hasn’t
MARCIA HEYER Copy Editor/Lead Typesetter JEAN DEDITZ economic fantasyland. It’s time ance the budget, pay down the revenue increases and 75% in solve the underlying problems.
MADELINE MATHISEN Typesetter PEGGY GASZAK to face the music or suffer seri- $14 trillion national debt and, spending cuts. They looked at Any political leader who
JASON MCCREA Proofreader JEAN FITZPATRICK ous ramifications before the at the same time, lower taxes. changes to the Social Security panders to the people with the
Circulation Manager ELIZABETH SCHMIDT
Accounting Manager TERRY POSTO
decade is over. The other half want to raise program, cuts in the defense idea we can “have it all — big
We’re at a time when “the taxes, solve all the world’s budget, drastic cuts in ear- government and lower taxes”
Published weekly by Eagle River Publications, Inc., P.O. Box 1929, 425 W. Mill Street at marks, major cuts in domestic — is not facing the facts, or lis-
Eagle River, Wisconsin 54521 e-mail:
elected leaders of both parties problems, disburse money to
Member of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association and the National Newspaper Association must pull together.” There all needy souls, create 15 mil- spending, elimination of sacred tening to the American people.
must be a political will to do lion new, quality jobs, welcome tax deductions, the closing of tax Current thinking is what
what’s best for the country’s all comers to the country, bor- loopholes, just to name a few. got us into this predicament.
future. Unfortunately, party row trillions more from China Because of the current We can no longer borrow and
leaders, union leaders, special- and the OPEC countries. They weak economy, nothing would spend our way out of the prob-

Editor’s Opinion interest groups and pundits
are drawing lines in the sand
to oppose changes to their sa-
see nothing wrong with redis-
tribution of wealth. Take
money from hard workers and
be changed until 2012. They
would raise the federal gas tax
by 15 cents. Pundits suggest
lem. We can’t print trillions of
dollars (monetize) the debt,
without severe consequences.
cred cows. give it to people not to work? the country will move toward A bipartisan Washington
Beware of the latest scam Central to the discussion is
the fact our financial obliga-
A few months ago, Presi-
dent Obama named 18 re-
a value-added tax later this
decade. European countries
must step up. Great sacrifices
will have to be made if the Unit-
tions and entitlements are un- are already implementing aus- ed States is to get its house in
seeking debit card details sustainable at current rates of
growth. It has been coming to
spected people to a bipartisan
deficit reduction commission terity plans. This tough
medicine will not be popular
order and not become a second-
rate country as Asian countries
to study ways to slow our de-
North Woods residents were warned last week this point for decades. We are structive ways. It was co- with anyone. prosper. Most people cannot
about yet another scam intended to steal their borrowing 40 cents of every chaired by Erskine Bowles, a Herbert wrote last week, imagine something like that.
hard-earned money. The latest ploy involves a voice dollar that we spend, and it Democrat who was President “As a society, we’ve lost our America’s economy has awe-
recorded phone message that informs people that will only get worse. Bill Clinton’s chief of staff, and way, and there is no chance of some potential to generate
their VISA debit card is on hold for security rea- Half of us want to believe former Sen. Alan Simpson, a getting reoriented if we can’t enormous numbers. If our lead-
we can fight the War on Ter- Republican. find the courage to make some ers in Washington don’t take
sons. action now, we could face even
ror, stimulate a sick economy The panel has previewed 58 really tough decisions about
out of a deep recession, prose- suggestions it came up with welfare, taxes, public invest- more dire consequences later.
According to officials who caught the scam at cute two wars, feed the hun- which would save us more than ment, the crying need to edu- Sacrifices will have to be
Mid-Wisconsin Bank in Medford, their customers gry, support 15 million unem- $3.8 trillion over the next 10 cate all young people and the shared. Until we get a realistic
have been targeted with a computerized phone ployed people, subsidize 47 years. Before those ideas would paramount importance of plan of action, the problems
message asking them to call a stated phone num- million people without health be officially announced Dec. 1, gainful employment as the will escalate. There is no time
ber and enter their debit card number. insurance, send every child to 14 of the 18 committee mem- cornerstone of a revitalized to waste on plans that can’t
college, fulfill obligations to bers would have to sign off. America.” succeed, Herbert warns.
Bank officials say no reputable bank would
conduct business in that manner. They say it is a
scam and that people from many areas and with
many bank affiliations should know that no finan-
cial institution is behind the scam. Cal
For those who have already given out their Thomas
debit card information in response to such a tele-
phone call, they should contact their financial insti-
tution as soon as possible so they can cancel your
card. A freshman,
The deer season, hunting not a rookie
important for many reasons GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. —
Rep.-elect Bill Huizenga, is a
With the annual nine-day gun deer season at freshman Republican con-
hand, the sport of hunting in the Badger State gressman who will assume
emerges into its brightest spotlight once again. It the seat held for 18 years by
can accurately be described as the single most- Rep. Peter Hoekstra. Their
popular sporting event in state history, drawing western Michigan district is
mostly Republican, white and
some 630,000 people to the forests opening day Protestant.
this Saturday, Nov. 20. In an interview, I asked
Huizenga what he thinks of
That is one reason why this newspaper de- Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s inten-
votes a lot of attention to the deer hunt and just tion to run for minority lead-
about every season for hunting, trapping and fish- er. “I guess we can only hope
ing, but we have sound reasons for doing so. she wins, because it’s going
to cement our majority,” he
These sports are some of the state’s most im- says with some delight.
portant recreational pursuits. They were founded Pelosi’s post-election com-
ments indicate she is seeking
in tradition and are well established in law. The vindication for health-care
deer hunt, specifically, is the foundation of the legislation, stimulus spend-
state’s deer management system — conservation ing and other bills she and
at its finest. her Democratic congressional
colleagues pushed through at
The North Woods and its nearly 2 million warp speed.
acres of public hunting grounds draw tens of thou- Pelosi and President
Obama do not see the
sands of hunters each year. Figures aren’t avail- Two to three inches of heavy, wet snow fell last Friday night
midterm election results as a
able on what they spend, but nationally, the U.S. into Saturday morning, clinging to trees and cattails as
Fish & Wildlife Service reports that hunters spent
Snow-covered trees seen in this shoreline scene. The slippery conditions caused referendum on their policies,
but rather as a communica-
dozens of motorists to slide into the ditch, though there
$24 billion pursuing their sport in 2009. a hint of winter were few rollovers or injuries reported. tions failure. Predictably,
--Staff Photo By KURT KRUEGER Huizenga sees it otherwise.
Of course, dollars and cents alone do not rep- “I don’t see how anybody
resent hunting’s true worth. It is a sport that puts can honestly interpret the
people in touch with the environment and gives
them intricate knowledge of the game they pursue. None have ever written it better election and say this was an
affirmation of what they’ve
done and that they just did-
Its challenges build stamina and character. The n’t get their message out,” he
sport provides millions of teenagers an exciting al- “IF I COULDN’T see a Duck Hunters’ Society, mem- says.
ternative to drugs, crime and sex. northern winter come, I
wouldn’t feel at home, and Trails bership of which is at one
and holding — not to be con-
Huizenga speaks from ex-
perience. When he was a
The sport has an even brighter future now
that the mentored hunting program is under way,
neither would you, he told
me.” & Tales fused with the ODHA — I do
my best to stay in keeping
member of the Michigan leg-
islature, Republicans went
Those words were spoken By with the philosophy of the from minority to majority
giving thousands of 10- and 11-year-olds a chance Will Maines hunt as established by Hiz-
by Hizzoner, president of the and Democrats kept the per-
to experience the hunt in a safe manner. Old Duck Hunters’ Associa- zoner so many decades ago. son who had been speaker as
tion (ODHA), and were writ- Last weekend was certain- minority leader.
Hunting is one of the oldest family sports the ten by Gordon MacQuarrie, agree with Mr. President ly a time to see a northern “It did not help communi-
state has ever known. Deer camp serves as a chronicler of the ODHA. about being around for the winter come, and foolish as it cation at all,” he says, “be-
homecoming of sorts for family and friends, pulling MacQuarrie, one of the onset of another north Wis- may seem, in the best tradi- cause it sent a lot of signals.
together generations of people who have this most beloved of all American consin winter. tion of the ODHA, I went The same personality con-
outdoors writers, was born duck hunting. flicts were in place and prob-
wholesome sport as part of their heritage. Hizzoner spoke the words I
and raised in Superior, was quoted in this essay’s opening It would not be right, I ably were heightened. I un-
the first outdoors editor ever paragraph in a story titled, reckon, for anyone who would derstand how (Pelosi) can
While we wish hunters the best of luck, more deign to call himself a duck win this; I don’t see how
for the Milwaukee Journal, “The Bluebills Died at
importantly, we hope they have a safe hunt. and wrote at least 122 arti- hunter to not go forth in such someone who is one of the
Dawn,” one of the most elo-
cles and stories for various quently written stories of the conditions after lolling most divisive political leaders
Behind the editorial ‘we’ outdoors magazines, some 67 ODHA, a story which spoke through the easy work of Oc-
tober when leaves were still
in recent times is suddenly
of which were ODHA yarns, volumes of men who lived, going to turn on a dime and
Editorials that appear here weekly are com- between the years 1931 and bright on the trees, the sun lead a parade of biparti-
breathed and loved duck
posed by Editor Kurt Krueger, and include input 1956 when he died of a heart hunting and, more important- still layered honest heat on sanism.”
from Publisher Byron McNutt and Assistant Edi- attack. ly, all that is outdoors in the Earth below and the Huizenga says what Re-
tor Gary Ridderbusch. Being a devotee of the north Wisconsin. hunting of ducks was con- publicans are proposing has
ODHA, I would heartily As the president of the Old To MAINES, Pg. 19A To THOMAS, Pg. 19A

Ethanol isn’t that friendly Maines hoping to maybe find one flock
of red-legged “northern” mal-
lards where I have found them
often call this shallow bay a
temporary home. Not even a
solitary merganser kept me
one big icicle. It gladdened my
heart that even though I was
going home without so much
FROM PAGE 18A so many times in years past. company. as a single shot fired nor a sin-
Letter to the Editor: partment of Energy, there is
I slipped and nearly went I thought, as I sat under a gle duck seen, I was there.
Bill Hassey wants to set no reduction in the carbon ducted without need of layers
the facts straight on ethanol produced by cars burning rear end over teakettle getting canopy of cedar and balsam, It reminded me of how
of long underwear, wool socks
in gasoline, then he needs to ethanol if they are built after down off a ridge above a dark that the lack of waterfowl com- much I agree with yet one
and heavy jacket.
get the facts. I lived for 27 1990. Because ethanol is so cedar swamp, through which I pany could not dampen what more piece of ODHA philoso-
Don’t get me wrong, I
years within seven miles of corrosive, many people are planned on sneaking to a would be, for me, the last day phy found in “The Bluebills
rather enjoy hunting in rela-
Archer Daniel Midland seeing problems in their boat small muck-bottomed bay, a of this duck season. Died at Dawn,” that being, “I
tive comfort, but for every
(ADM) in Decatur, Ill., and motors, lawn mowers and duck taken on a sunny Octo- piece of water that, if things I came, I saw and though I pity the duck hunter who goes
can tell you ethanol is not as small engines burning ber afternoon, one should nec- aren’t “froze” up, the northern failed to conquer this time, I for ducks alone. I pity the duck
friendly as he says. ethanol blended gasoline. essarily bear the brunt of arrivals tend to favor. would not have traded a single hunter who has not filled his
ADM was one of the first Ethanol also reduces gas winds blowing straight down Last time I sneaked that minute for another day when being with the dawn magic. I
producers of ethanol. Ethanol mileage by 10%, according to from the Arctic in order to swamp, I arrived just in time the ducks flew in waves and pity the one who cares not, or
cannot be transported by a study by Purdue University. even have the chance for a for the arrival of a dozen or so my shotgun barrel was hot knows not, what he has killed.”
pipeline due to the corrosive Mr. Hassey states ethanol latecomer. of those deep-chested green- from the volume of shot The following words of Mac-
effect, therefore most is trans- has never produced an oil I would like to be known as headed mallards straight pushed through it. Qaurrie are with me every
ported by tanker truck. ADM spill. But ethanol has caused one of those men who would, down from Canada, and when As I sat there, unbothered time I sally forth on a hunt for
created its own fleet of spills. There was an accident as MacQuarrie also wrote in the shootin’ was done, two by even a single other hunter ducks. “If I must choose among
ethanol-hauling trucks and in Decatur, Ill., several years “The Bluebills Died at Dawn,” stayed behind. willing and wanting to pay the sports that draw me into
still hires independent truck- ago right outside the ADM go out and “greet the rising I was hoping for similar re- early winter’s price for a duck, the open, it will be duck hunt-
ers because of the high vol- plant where a tanker loaded sun in season though they sults Sunday as I huddled in I was warmed by memories of ing. No other sport with rod or
ume moved each year. with only ethanol went off the knew their chances of killing my insulated neoprene so many like days. gun holds so much of mystery
The use of diesel in these road and exploded. Ethanol even a single duck were very, waders — a far cry from the I thought of days that or drama. The game comes out
trucks is massive, thus more ran into a nearby stream and very poor indeed.” thin rubber jobs worn by Hiz- ended with a glorious sunset of the sky. Perennial messen-
pollution. Not to mention all caused pollution. As it turned out Sunday, my zoner — and pulled my chin and mosquitoes swarming, of gers to the south, the ducks
the trucks delivering the corn Ethanol burns a clear color chances were slim to none, tilt- down into an equally well-in- days when my canvas game bring to the gunner a sense of
to ADM to process. and with such intense heat it ing heavily to none. sulated jacket. bag was heavy with its burden having had a part in the au-
Mr. Hassey stated there are is almost impossible to con- I walked a half-mile along a No northern mallards came of mallards, and days when tumn pageant of migration.”
no subsidies given to ethanol tain. The fire department had trail that is even more over- calling Sunday afternoon, nor my toes, fingers — and indeed, MacQuarrie wrote this
producers. What about the to basically let it burn. Lucki- grown than it was when I first any buffleheads or golden my entire body — were dan- story in 1937. To this day, none
$600 million a year the Wash- ly, it is a rural area surround- walked it nearly 50 years ago, eyes, which for some reason gerously close to turning into have ever written it better.
ington Post says they get in ed by corn fields. In city traffic,
tax breaks? it would have been horrific.
Mr. Hassey stated ethanol Check these facts out at
companies do not give dona- Zfacts, the Washington Post,
tions to political parties. ADM and the Department of Ener-
and Mr. Andreas gave $4.5 gy. I agree that we need to re-
million to politicians over the duce dependence on foreign
last 10 years to push their oil, but I don’t think ethanol is
agenda with ethanol. the answer. Mr. Hassey, you
Mr. Hassey said ethanol drank the Kool-Aid.
was meant to help gas burn Sharone Guymon
cleaner. According to the De- St. Germain

United Nations not to blame
Letter to the Editor: Guzman.
I am compelled to take What hideous crimes did
issue with Don Myers’ con- they commit? They attempted
tention that the United Na- to regain control of their na-
tions (UN) is responsible for tion’s resources from the oil
the negative light in which we and banana industries, re-
are perceived by most third- spectively, and raise the stan-
world countries. dard of living for their popu-
On Sept. 11, 1973 (Chile’s lace. The list goes on.
9/11), the United States sup- Don’t get me wrong. I am
ported Augusto Pinochet’s proud in so many ways to be
overthrow of the democrati- an American. Proud of my ser-
cally elected Salvador Al- vice in the Armed Forces, and
lende’s administration. Three- that of my father, three broth-
thousand Chileans were ers and a nephew. Proud of
killed, 30,000 were tortured the United States of America’s
and the wealth of the country involvement in World War II,
was redistributed to the top which changed the course of
few percent of the population. human events, proud of innu-
Unfortunately, this was not merable humanitarian efforts
the beginning, nor was it the
end of U.S. involvement in
overthrowing democratic gov-
by our government, but let’s
not kid ourselves about why
the United States is often
Calling for order in wolf debate
ernments. In 1953, it was viewed in a negative light. Dear Editor: agement because this will sus- had. Wolves have never been and state managers have
Iran’s Mohammad Mogad- Don’t kill the messenger. Many hunters are rightful- tain wolves, control the prob- managed with sustainability tried it three times in the last
degh, the following year Terrance Moe ly angry that a federal judge lems that wolves cause, and in the lower 48 states. State seven years, having each ef-
Guatemala’s Jacobo Arbenz Three Lakes has put the gray wolf back protect wolves from poachers. and federal governments pur- fort struck down either be-
under federal protection To do so, we look forward to posefully eradicated wolves, cause the law was fuzzy on
based on legal technicalities. working with other affected and then restored them under how it could happen or too
Letters policy Taking management away
from state authorities allows
citizens, government, and
other allies to clear up the
complete federal protection.
This full protection has re-
strict about why it cannot.
These interpretations in fed-
The Vilas County News-Review/The Three Lakes News wolves to multiply and legal technicalities and final- stored wolf numbers far be- eral district court are the lat-
welcomes letters from its readers. Letters should be written spread. Wolves are already so ize the transfer to state man- yond recovery goals: All six est examples of judges second-
legibly, or typed, and must include the name, address and plentiful they are cutting agement. This way wolves will states with gray wolves in the guessing government experts
telephone number of the writer. No letters will be published down herds of elk, moose and be managed the same way as lower 48 have at least doubled — an error for which the next
without the writer’s name. Initials and/or pseudonyms will deer, and are also killing live- other wildlife based on the the number of wolves beyond highest appeals court has ad-
not be used. Unsigned letters will be disregarded. While the stock and pets. Wolves need to best available science with their recovery goals. Idaho is monished its judges.
maximum limit is 700 words, writers should note that short- be controlled and we must protections against illegal at least eight times over its
er letters will receive top priority. No political letters will To achieve state manage-
continue toward that goal in killing. goal. There are about 3,000
appear in the last issue prior to an election. They should be ment, hunters need to turn
mailed to us at P.O. Box 1929, Eagle River, WI 54521; an orderly fashion. State management of wolves in Minnesota, 600 each
We sportsmen want to in Wisconsin and Michigan, at their anger into passion,
e-mail address: wolves is best for the wolves
bring wolves under state man- least 800 wolves in Idaho, 500 speak up, and ask for hard but
and people, and wolf popula-
in Montana, and 300 in fair commitments from state
tions are so large now that the
Wyoming. and federal government. We
time is past due.

need passion the way Theo-
State management will be Switching to state manage-
F R O M A C R O S S T H E Compiled by
Jean Fitzpatrick the best deal wolves have ever ment will not be easy: Federal To WOLF DEBATE, Pg. 20A
Question: What is your favorite part of Thomas strate they are different from
the previous Republican ma-
jority Congress, which resem-
Democrats that Republicans
only care for the rich? “We
have to live our lives in ways
FROM PAGE 18A bled Democrat-lite. that demonstrate compas-
the nine-day gun deer hunt? elements of substance and
What about social issues sionate conservatism,” he
like abortion, same-sex mar- says.
symbolism but that “we need riage and gays in the mili- Huizenga and his wife are
to have both.” He says, “We tary? Polls show voters have involved in organizations
need to send a message to the less concern about these is- that help the homeless “and
American people that we get sues than the economy, or other things. My argument is
it; we understand what they even terrorism. Huizenga, that instead of expecting the
are going through.” who is pro-life, says the abor- federal or state governments
Reforming the health-care tion issue will have to be at- to step in and have that as
law is the top priority for in- tacked at the margins for their role, it has to start with
coming and established Re- now. me as an individual, my
publicans. Huizenga admits He wants to add restric- church, my community and
that lacking a Senate majori- tions on abortion to the I’d better set the example.”
ty, much less the 60-vote health insurance reform law Politicians have been set-
margin needed to pass any- and thinks the old coalition of ting an example. Unfortu-
thing in the Senate, and a fiscal and social conservatives nately, for too many, the ex-
president who is unlikely to that served Ronald Reagan amples have been bad ones.
sign any bill that would dis- well can be revived. Perhaps Bill Huizenga, whose
mantle his premiere issue; Having worked in Wash- background is in small busi-
the law will probably not be ington before, Huizenga says ness, will be different. It
Tony Hafer, 68 Roger Jones, 61 Dave Werner, 48
quickly repealed. But, he he’s aware of the disease helps that while he will be a
Retired Retired Retired
says, “It sets things up for the called “Potomac Fever.” How freshman member of
Phelps St. Germain Eagle River
2012 presidential election, as does he intend to inoculate Congress, he’s not a rookie.
“It’s getting out in the woods “I really like the anticipa- “I look forward to opening
well as congressional elec- himself against it? By main-
– enjoying nature and just tion on the morning of the day when you are going to
tions.” taining roots in western (Direct all mail for Cal
the exercise.” opening day, thinking a big kill your deer, hopefully. I’d The 2010 election has been Michigan, he says, and by Thomas to: Tribune Media
buck will show up.” say 95% kill their deer on described as an audition, or keeping to a schedule of three Services, 2225 Kenmore Ave.,
opening day. And I love to probation, for Republican days in Washington, four Suite 114, Buffalo, N.Y.
eat the venison.” freshmen to prove they days in his home state. 14207. Readers may also e-
meant what they said during Has he figured out a way mail Cal Thomas at tmsedi-
the campaign and to demon- to respond to attacks by

servation ethic. Illegal killing
Wolf debate is wrong, self-defeating and
exactly opposite of how
FROM PAGE 19A sportsmen created conserva-
tion and the privilege of ethi-
dore Roosevelt had passion in cal hunting in the first place.
creating American conserva- Hunters in America fought
tion, which is our legacy and poachers and pushed for laws
heritage to perpetuate. We to regulate hunting. Later,
need to stay in the arena of sportsmen paid fees and taxes
debate and decision and stay on our own licenses and
out of the bogs of blame and equipment to fund wildlife
bad-mouthing. It is self-de- restoration that brought
feating to blame or antagonize wildlife back to abundance,
federal and state officials. including the game we hunt.
They agree with us on what Ours is a history of self-re-
needs to happen and we need straint and respect for
their help. We need hard com- wildlife.
mitments from them to try Today we are asking for
new approaches within cur- wolves to be brought under
rent law and, ideally, to modern state management.
change law and policy to close We will pursue this goal with
loopholes. the diligence we take to hunt-
This complex task is al- ing itself, working profession-
ready under way through a ally with the agencies, seek-
cooperative partnership be- ing allies, and pushing for-
tween the state and federal ward the policies that will
governments. The Obama Ad- prevent this tragedy from
ministration has already filed happening again with other
an appeal of the recent feder- wildlife.
al court ruling. States have Boone and Crockett Club
petitioned for greater man- Lowell E. Baier, President
agement authority. Legisla- Mule Deer Foundation
tors from Montana, Wyoming Miles O. Moretti,
and Idaho have begun meet- President/CEO
ing to devise a solution and Pope and Young Club
have invited the federal gov- FLAG DONATED — The American Legion Riders organization gion Riders, library director Diana Anderson, Doug Breit of the Le-
Roger Atwood, President presented a new American flag to Olson Memorial Library in Eagle gion Riders, and Sharon McFaul and Penne McCone of the Amer-
ernment’s participation. We Rocky Mountain Elk
appreciate these straight-up River on Veterans Day last Thursday. Taking part in the presenta- ican Legion Auxiliary.
Foundation tion were, from left, Eric Brunner and Robert Sabatke of the Le- --Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH
attempts that demonstrate M. David Allen,
the resolve of our government. President/CEO
We acknowledge the sov- Safari Club International
ereign authority of each state
to manage its own laws and
and Safari Club
International Foundation
Dr. Larry Rudolph,
Group raising awareness about homelessness in North
Finally, as we seek hard President
The week of Nov. 14-20 has in campgrounds in the sum- expenditures since 2008. fight homelessness, including
commitments from govern- Wild Sheep Foundation
been designated National mer and move in with other In response to this and coordination of the local Point-
ment, we also need to draw a Gray N. Thornton,
Hunger and Homelessness families in the winter.” other housing needs, nearly in-Time count of the homeless
hard line for ourselves: We are President/CEO
Awareness Week by the Na- The economic recession has 20 agencies from Langlade, population twice a year, iden-
sportsmen, not wolf haters. Wildlife Management
tional Coalition for the Home- impacted many individuals in Forest, Oneida and Vilas tification of service gaps, such
Statements on the Internet Institute
less. the North Woods. While un- counties have formed a re- as the need for emergency
about poaching wolves are an Steven A. Williams,
During this week, local employment has doubled to gional Continuum of Care temporary housing and collab-
affront to the American con- President
agencies seek to raise aware- nearly 10% in most North called the Northern Wisconsin oration on grants and sharing
ness of the problem of home- Woods counties, Wisconsin Initiative to Stop Homeless- of resources,” stated Lori Hal-
lessness in the United States Public Service has reported a ness (N*WISH). Agencies in las, chairwoman of the Con-
Tobacco sales to youths drop and in local communities.
Homelessness is a reality
nearly 60% increase in utility
disconnects in their Eagle
the Continuum of Care seek to
address a variety of barriers
tinuum of Care.
People can provide finan-
in the North Woods, despite River, Minocqua, Rhinelander to prosperity, including de- cial or material support di-
Tobacco sales to Wisconsin vention program pays off. and Tomahawk service areas cent, safe and sanitary hous- rectly to many of the agencies
the fact that it is not as obvi-
minors decreased significant- Credit also goes to retailers for between 2007 and 2010. ing, access to medical services, involved. For information on
ous as in more urban commu-
ly in 2010, according to Gov. helping to keep tobacco out of The Oneida County Food- food security, transportation agencies involved in the
nities, according to Bill Miller,
Jim Doyle. the hands of minors.” Share program has increased and social support. N*WISH Continuum of Care,
executive director of North-
The state’s 2010 Synar woods Alliance for Temporary its ongoing caseloads by near- “Members of N*WISH visit or call
The survey randomly se- ly half, while almost doubling manage the regional effort to Hallas at (715) 365-7824.
sales compliance survey, Housing, the agency working
lects retail outlets to deter-
which determines the number to establish a homeless shel-
mine a reliable estimate of
of retail outlets selling tobac- ter in Rhinelander
the rate of illegal tobacco
co illegally to minors, shows
sales to minors. This is the “In the North Woods, home-
the noncompliance rate
eighth straight year the ille- less individuals have to be
dropped to 4.7% — down from
gal sales rate fell below the more creative to survive the
5.7% in 2009.
federal target rate of 20%. elements,” said Miller. “They
“In Wisconsin, we are work-
ing hard to protect our kids
from tobacco,” Doyle said.
“This year’s compliance survey
is direct evidence that funding
Failure to meet the target
would have jeopardized 40%
of the state’s federal funding
for substance abuse preven-
tion and treatment — about
may find a friend who is will-
ing to allow them to park and
sleep in their car in a drive-
way, or young adults are likely
to ‘couch surf’ from home to
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Land O’ Lakes has prepared artist demonstrations through-
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son with its Santa Comes to The first Land O’ Lakes
Town Celebration scheduled Santa Walk will be held from 5
during Thanksgiving weekend, to 8 p.m. Join Santa for a walk
Friday, Nov. 26, and Saturday, throughout the Land O’ Lakes
Nov. 27. downtown. Shops will be open
Friday’s events will include: with holiday treats and special
The Land O’ Lakes Public offers.
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by Nature’s Niche LLC from 11 ride along a scenic route in the
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Lakes. warming at the Santa Village.
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O’ Lakes Airport in a small clude:
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Santa will perform the 1:15 hall. Crafter space is still avail-
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There will be cookies, hot Sandy at the chamber at 547-
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Nicolet plans webinar
for business women
Women who own business- quirements, benefits and pro-
es may attend a free webinar cess of becoming Women-
DAY FOR VETS — A Vet- Wednesday, Nov. 17, that will owned Business Enterprise
erans Day program was lay out the state certification (WBE) certified.
held at Northland Pines process to be listed in the Wis- She will guide the partici-
Middle School last Thurs- consin Directory of Women- pants through the preparation
day for students and the owned Business. of a WBE application and the
public to reflect on what The webinar will take place supporting documentation re-
veterans have accom- from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Partici- quirements.
plished and the freedoms pants may take part via their A question-and-answer ses-
they have protected. home or work computers, or on sion will follow the webinar.
Some of the scenes from the Rhinelander campus of Registration is preferred as
the program included: Nicolet Area Technical Col- a pre-webinar survey will be
Above: Eagle River VFW lege. requested by the Wisconsin
Post 8637 Honor Guard The event will be sponsored Department of Commerce,
posting the colors with by Nicolet College and the which will be e-mailed to reg-
students closely watching. Wisconsin Department of istrants prior to the webinar.
Left: Eagle River students Commerce. To participate in the webi-
in kindergarten through Carol Dunn, women’s busi- nar, contact Michelle Madl,
second grade singing a ness ombudsman with the Nicolet College business de-
patriotic song. Wisconsin Department of velopment coordinator, at
Below: Veterans of differ- Commerce, will present the (715) 365-4492 or 1-(800) 544-
ent generations saluting webinar. 3039, ext. 4492 or at
the flag. Dunn will cover the re-
Bottom left: Guest speak-
er Frank Brown, a World
War II veteran, addressing
the audience.
--Staff Photos By
By Mary Friedel-Hunt

Learning to be here now
I had not spotted the rabbit in our backyard when I
let Bentley outside. But Bentley spotted it and tore
across the lawn in hopes of catching it. The rabbit
suddenly remembered he (or she) had dug a hole
under the fence on the other side of the yard. The
chase was on. The rabbit escaped and Bentley moved
on to his next adventure.
One of these days, I will remember to check the
yard for rabbits before I let Bentley out. Otherwise,
the rabbit may lose. I am not exactly sure what Bent-
ley would do if he did catch that critter. Our last gold-
en came home with a baby rabbit hanging out of his
mouth. He retrieved it just as his DNA had instructed
him to do. Bill and I fed him, named him, and let him
go in our alfalfa field a few weeks later. Does Bentley
know he should retrieve and not harm a rabbit? I
hope I don’t ever find out.
Many of our responses to situations are sponta-
neous reactions. When we get stressed by a thought or
event, our breathing, heart rate and galvanic skin re-
sponse all change. Our bodies prepare to fight or flee.
This response is innate, but many of our responses to
life are learned. We frequently react before we take
time to appraise the situation. Words come out of our
mouths that we wish we had never spoken. Judg-
ments go through our minds and actions follow that
we regret.
We would have more control over our reactions to
life if we retrained ourselves to live in the present mo-
ment. If my mind is not in the here and now, the odds

AAUW to hold Jabberwocky plans
Elves Market
Members of the American
open house at new site
Association of University
Women (AAUW) are busy Jabberwocky will hold its A collection of art portray-
planning and preparing for grand reopening and holiday ing some of the early ice cas-
its annual Elves Market to be open house Friday, Nov. 26, at tles dating back to the turn of
held Monday, Dec. 6, at St. its new location in the former the century will be displayed
Matthias Church in Minoc- River North Pharmacy in from Thanksgiving through
qua. Vilas Village Mall on Highway February.
45 North in Eagle River. According to store manage-
The event will consist of a Christmas carols will be ment, the location has
silent auction and luncheon performed throughout the day changed, however, new and
and is open to the public. and several local authors will used books, audiobooks, music,
Bids for the silent auction be on hand for book signing, DVDs and board games are
will begin at 11:30 a.m. and There will be door prizes, still offered.
end at 12:30 p.m. with the raffles, complimentary re- Jabberwocky will continue
luncheon to follow. freshments and treats. free story time Saturday
There will be items for all Store staff will provide gift- mornings at 11 a.m.
ages, including holiday items, wrapping services. Donations The management at Jab-
baked goods, arts and crafts, for the services will benefit the berwocky shared that they
jewelry and gifts. Vilas County Animal Shelter. and their staff are proud to
Profits from the event will Anyone who takes a 10- work and live in the Eagle
go to the Educational Founda- pound bag of dog or cat food River area and try to find
tion of AAUW which provides will receive a 10%-off store ways to help out the communi-
scholarships and financial coupon. The food will be donat- ty.
support to area women. ed to the animal shelter. There is a cart filled with
The cost of the luncheon is The store also will host hol- books and magazines outside
$15 and reservations must be iday trees in the mall this the store. Proceeds of the sales
Northland Pines Middle School student Kyle at the county and regional levels, finishing sec- year. Churches, civic groups, are donated to the Tri-County
made by Nov. 29.
Radtke displays the poster he submitted in a con- ond overall at the state level. clubs or organizations that Council on Domestic Violence
To make reservations, con- servation awareness contest. Radtke placed first --Contributed Photos would like to display a deco- and Sexual Assault Inc. abuse
tact June Brandow at (715) rated tree may call Jabber- shelter.
356-3704 or junesplayhouse@
Area art students participate wocky for more information.
The trees will be on display
November through January.
The store also holds several
blood drives throughout the
Free meal offered
at YMCA Nov. 19 in conservation poster contest WITH THE COLORS
The YMCA of the North- Northland Pines Elemen- Svetnicka received honorable
woods along with Friendship tary School students recently mention.
U.S. Army United States and other coun-
House Family Restaurant will participated in the 2010 Con- First-place posters from the
Pvt. Erik Mil- tries.
offer a free hot meal Friday, servation Awareness Poster county poster contest then
kie graduated His wife, Tessia, and two
Nov. 19, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Contest, sponsored by the moved on to the regional con-
from basic children, Frank and Farrah,
at the YMCA in Rhinelander. Vilas County Land and Water test level held in Wausau Oct.
training at are awaiting orders to join
YMCA membership is not Conservation Committee. 28.
Fort Benning, him in Germany.
required to attend the free Art instructor Beverly The regional contest in- Georgia, April
soup kitchen. The YMCA will Niehaus had the students in cluded conservation poster He is slated to become a
30. He is cur-
offer nonmember families a her fifth-grade classes and in- winners from 10 other coun- private first class after serv-
rently sta-
half-price family pass on the terested students in older ties in the north central re- ing in the U.S. Army for one
tioned in Ger-
day of the meal to swim, play grades design posters featur- gion of Wisconsin. MILKIE year Nov. 4.
basketball or use the bounce ing the 2010 theme of “Con- Radtke swept first place in He is a specialist in combat He is the son of Diana Ste-
house. servation Habits = Healthy the Regional Junior Division scenarios and is currently fan and stepson of Norbert
Attendees may take a cov- Habitats.” and Megan Scholl placed sec- training other forces in the Stanevich of Land O’ Lakes.
ered dish to pass. Criteria for poster judging ond in the Regional Middle
included relevance to the con- Division contest.
For more information, call servation theme, originality,
Melissa Nieman at (715) 362-
9622, ext. 111.
neatness, readability and ac- The state-level conserva-
tion poster and speech con-
Fundraiser to benefit food pantry
curacy of the conservation
message. tests were held Nov. 6 in
Stevens Point. Members of the Newcomers rangements, homemade gifts
Friedel-Hunt “It was very difficult to se-
lect final winners and all the
Fifth-grader Megan Scholl dis-
plays the award she received
“There are some incredibly
& Friends Group will host its
fifth annual Holiday Expres-
and decorating ideas.
Food tasting and recipes for
FROM PAGE 1B students who participated talented kids in our state. I
in a recent poster contest. sions Saturday, Nov. 20, at holiday appetizers, candy and
should be very proud of their witnessed some amazing
Holiday Acres Resort in beverages will be available.
work,” stated Trees For To- fifth-grader Lauren Ritzer in speeches and fantastic dis-
that I will react inappropri- Rhinelander. A plated lunch will be
morrow director and poster second place, and fifth-grader plays of art in the poster con-
ately to a situation increase The annual event will be a served in the Three Coins
judge Maggie Bishop. Gabby Herfindahl placed tests,” stated county conserva-
because I am somewhere fundraiser for the Dining Room from 11 a.m. to 2
Students in two age cate- third. An honorable mention tionist Carolyn Scholl.
else. I am not aware. When Rhinelander Area Food p.m. and $2 from each lunch
gories submitted posters for went to Shay Garske for his Radtke took second overall Pantry. purchased will be donated to
we are really present, we the county contest: middle di- poster. in the 2010 Junior Division
give ourselves an opportunity Feng shui dressing for body the food pantry.
vision fourth to sixth grades Fifteen posters were sub- Conservation Awareness Post- type and essence will be Raffle prizes from local ar-
to figure out how to respond and junior division seventh to mitted in the junior division er Contest.
rather than depend on old demonstrated by Sally La- tisans will be available. Tick-
ninth grades. contest. Any Vilas County school in- timer of Winifred Fashion ets may be purchased only at
behaviors that are often in- Twenty-two finalist posters First place went to eighth- terested in additional infor-
appropriate and which do not Consulting. the event. Winners need not
were submitted for the middle grader Kyle Radtke, followed mation about the 2011 conser- Decorator Linda Hutchin- be present to win.
represent who we really are. division contest. by seventh-grader Samantha vation poster or speaking con- son will share her talent for For more information, con-
It takes work to learn how Fifth-grader Megan Scholl Hytry, who placed second, and tests may contact Scholl at dressing up chairs and more. tact Rhonda Jicinsky at (715)
to do this, because our minds took first place, followed by Maddy Blaedow, third. Sophia (715) 479-3747. Other demonstrations will 369-1500 or holidayacresre-
wander to the past and the include fresh green floral ar-
future. Our minds are
thought factories, so we are
very good at thinking about
Charter seeks applicants Stiles, Ellington
to perform here
everything but the “now.” We
create thoughts constantly
unless we take charge of our
for annual scholarship Public radio station WXPR
minds. I suggest to clients and Nicolet Area Technical
Charter announced that it ment, communications, com- College (NATC) will host J.L.
that they wear a wristwatch
is seeking applicants for its puter technology, engineering Stiles and Doug Ellington in
that beeps on the hour or
13th annual Charter Student or a related field at an accred- concert Saturday, Nov. 27, at
even every 15 minutes so
Scholarship Program. ited college; 7:30 p.m. at the NATC The-
they can assess how present
The scholarships will be — maintain a minimum 3.0 atre in the Learning Re-
they are to life. Doing this re-
awarded to outstanding high grade-point average; and sources Center on the
peatedly eventually trains us
school students during the — submit an application Rhinelander campus.
to be more present. So do
2010-’11 school year. form along with two letters of Stiles has performed with
daily meditation periods.
Applications for the annual recommendation and a 250- J.J. Cale, Taj Mahal, Leon
I don’t ever expect Bentley program are available at com- word essay. Redbone, John Hammon and
to quit chasing rabbits. He is munity high schools as well as “Charter’s Student Scholar- Etta James and recently
a dog. He reacts to situations online at chartermainstreet- ship program recognizes well- opened for blues legend B.B.
unless someone has really and are due March rounded students who want to King in October. He will per-
trained him to do other than 31, 2011. continue their path to success form with Doug Ellington,
that. I have trained him not Charter may award up to beyond high school,” said trumpet player and great-
to jump on people, to sit on 10 $1,000 scholarships at the Dave Slowik, vice president nephew of Duke Ellington.
command and to perform a end of the 2010-’11 school and general manager for Rhinelander native Scott
few other polite behaviors. I year. To be eligible to receive Charter in Wisconsin, north- Kirby will open this perfor-
will probably never train him a scholarship, a student must: ern Illinois and southeastern mance. Tickets for the perfor- NEW FACES — The Beauty Resort in Eagle River recently
to watch rabbits instead of — be a graduating high Minnesota. mance may be purchased for added two new members to its staff. Owner Tiffany Krueger, cen-
chasing them. But if I were school senior; Students who are eligible $20 by contacting WXPR at ter, welcomed Andrea Hanson, left, and Tracy Klessig. Both are
more present when I let him — be a resident of Wiscon- for the scholarship should (715) 362-6000 or licensed cosmetologists. --STAFF PHOTO
out, I would check the yard sin, Minnesota or Illinois; apply before March 31.
first. Looks like I need to — plan to pursue a college Students who receive a
train myself. education in one of the follow- scholarship will be recognized Do you have a child who is under 5 years old?
ing areas of focus: marketing, in a public service announce-
Mary Friedel-Hunt, MA accounting, business adminis- ment airing on Charter cable Are you currently pregnant or breastfeeding?
LCSW, is a freelance writer tration, business manage- networks during the summer.
and psychotherapist in the Could you use a little help buying groceries
Madison area. She can be or baby formula?
reached at mfriedelhunt or P.O. Box 189,
Cookie boxes to support troops WIC provides supplemental healthy foods, nutrition
Lone Rock, WI 53556. education, breastfeeding support, infant formula, and
Ray Rousseau Post 3143 that are still in Iraq and
Veterans of Foreign Wars Mil- Afghanistan who are not due referrals to other healthcare and community resources.
Correction itary Support Group and oth- home until March 2011.
ers will sponsor Operation
Cookie donations will be
The article about the Cookie Jar Saturday, Nov. 27,
accepted beginning at noon
Call Us at WIC Today to see if you qualify
Derby queen pageant erro- at the post, located at 120
neously named candidates for Park St. in Rhinelander.
Wednesday, Nov. 24, through for this very worthwhile supplemental
Friday, Nov. 26. food and nutrition program
Miss Sno-Eagle, Bridgette Boxes of cookies will be
Darton and Brittany Thrall. packed and sent to troops. Anyone who wishes to help
There are no candidates for According to coordinators, or donate is welcome. For 715-479-3782
Miss Sno-Eagle. We apologize there are still more than 100 more information, call Ralph WIC is
WIC is an
an Equal
Equal Opportunity
OpportunityProvider and Employer
Provider and Employer4412
for the error. troops from the North Woods Larson at (715) 369-1451.

New leadership announced
at Ministry Medical Group
Ministry Health Care has Vilas County Medical Society.
announced that Christopher He earned his medical de-
G. Koeppl, M.D., recently ac- gree from the University of
cepted the position of medical North Carolina and complet-
director for the Ministry Med- ed his residency at the Uni-
ical Group (MMG) internal versity of Iowa Hospitals in
medicine department, located Iowa City, Iowa.
at 2251 N. Shore Drive in Gaedtke came to MMG
Rhinelander. with management experience.
Koeppl will continue his Most recently he held the
full-time practice in internal position of administrator/ex-
medicine at the North Shore ecutive director of the Golden
Drive clinic location. Living Center-Riverview in
Ministry also announced Tomahawk.
the hiring of Jess Gaedtke as He is a graduate of Mar-
the clinic operations manager quette University with a
for the internal medicine de- bachelor’s degree in industrial
partment in Rhinelander. psychology/business adminis-
Koeppl joined Ministry Med- tration.
ical Group in August of 1986. “I am very excited Dr. Koep-
He specializes in internal pl has accepted the internal
medicine, providing compre- medicine medical director posi-
hensive assessment of complex tion. His leadership experience
adult medical problems both and strong clinical skills, com-
in the office and hospital set- bined with Jess’ management
tings. Special areas of interest experience make them the
include geriatrics, dementia right team, at the right time to
and cognitive impairment. lead us well into the future,”
Koeppl is certified by the said Kathy Richards-Bess,
American Board of Internal MMG regional administrator.
Medicine and is a member of For more information about
the American Medical Associ- services available through
ation, American College of Ministry Medical Group or to
Physicians, Wisconsin Medi- schedule an appointment, call
cal Society, and the Oneida- (715) 361-4700.

MIDDLE SCHOOL CHORUS — The Northland Pines Middle dle school last Thursday morning. The intermediate band, under Christmas Walk and Kids Day
School chorus, under the direction of Katherine Janssen, per- the direction of Brandon Bautz, also performed during the program.
formed during the Eagle River Veterans Day program at the mid- --Staff Photo By GARY RIDDERBUSCH scheduled in Boulder Junction
The Boulder Junction brary will hold its Cookie

Corky Siegel’s chamber blues Chamber of Commerce will
hold its 22nd annual Christ-
mas Walk and Kids Day Fri-
day, Nov. 26, and Saturday,
Walk, located at Acorn Lodge.
Santa and Mrs. Claus will
ride down Main Street at 6:15
p.m. and arrive at approxi-

brought spirited musical fun
Nov. 27, in Boulder Junction. mately 6:30 p.m. for pictures
Friday will begin with the at Junction Square.
Lioness Craft Fair and Lun- Saturday’s activities at the
cheon from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at community center will in-
the Boulder Junction Commu- clude Christmas story time at
True to promise, Corky blues piano and harp player, aldson also played rhythms and intensity. nity Center. 10 a.m.; ornament making
Siegel and the West End and was “the white guy” sit- on a cowbell, large tin can, The high point of the Other activities will in- and games, followed by lunch
String Quartet successfully ting in with all the “big blues metal block, cymbal and tri- evening for this reviewer was clude sleigh rides at 4 p.m.; with Santa. A hot dog meal
blended blues and chamber guys” in Chicago clubs. angle. Meanwhile, the string the last piece, billed as “Opus Christmas carol karaoke with will be served for $5.
music in their performance in In 1968, he met Seiji players did a jivey plucking 4, Version 2.” The Wolfman on Main Street The Kids Shopping House
the Three Lakes High School Ozawa, the conductor of the of their instruments while The composition reflected from 4 to 8 p.m.; and lighting will begin after lunch and will
auditorium. Chicago Symphony Orches- Siegel pounded out a jump a more classical structure, of the town tree and store- continue until all children
For the opening number, tra, and the rest, as they say, tune on the piano. and allowed each of the play- fronts at 5 p.m. There will be have shopped.
Siegel entered from the rear is history. It was a jazzy, bluesy con- ers to strut their stuff, as treats in the stores from 5 to 8 For more information, call
of the auditorium playing a “Seiji told me, ‘You have to versation among the instru- Siegel wove throughout the p.m. The Friends of the Li- (715) 385-2400.
mournful harmonica solo. He bring these two idioms to- ments, punctuated by the dis- piece his trademark chromat-
meandered down the aisle, gether,’ so by the 1980s, I was embodied spoken word: au ic riffs on the harp.
wailing away, climbed the writing for the chamber or- revoir, bonsoir, hello, goodbye. In the final encore piece, all
stage, and serenaded Mari- chestra and performing In the second half, howev- the musicians, who had by
anne McCloskey of the Three chamber blues,” shared er, the string musicians — all then left the stage, filed back
Siegel. young, good-looking and tal- out to join Siegel at the piano.
A Review In the program notes,
Siegel dedicated the concert
ented — got to showcase
their fine classical training.
Clustered around Siegel in a
pleasing formation, each mu-
By Sarah Juon to Ozawa and his family, and The beautiful Chihsun sician took charge of a portion
also cited the influence of the Yang played a gorgeous solo of the keyboard to lend rich-
Lakes School/Community late pre-eminent American on what appeared to be a tra- ness to Siegel’s climactic blues
Arts Association. jazz musician William Russo. ditional Chinese string bass arpeggios.
Siegel then joined his band The blues and jazz influ- instrument. Aurlien Fort-Ped- It’s merely personal, but
— two violins, one viola, one ences were more in evidence erzoli likewise was en- this reviewer could have done
cello and bongos — and the than the chamber music, es- thralling with his upper-reg- with a little less of Siegel’s
instruments spoke back and pecially in the program’s first ister riffs on the violin. stage patter and a little more
forth in a jiggy tune that was half. The accomplished cellist of seeing what else the tal-
as classically clean as it was In one of Seigel’s opus Jill Kaeding lent some weight ented young musicians he
bluesy. compositions, bongo player and depth to Seigel’s fluffier brought along could do.
Siegel told the audience Frank Donaldson strutted compositions, and Doyle Arm- Overall, it was an evening
that he began his career more the stage, stroking a wash- brust on the viola provided of spirited musical fun, and
than four decades ago as a board around his neck. Don- consistent harmonic depth Three Lakes deserves credit
for including this unique hy-
brid genre in their concert

Sarah Juon is a freelance
writer who lives in
LIBRARY DONATION — Ed Mittel of the Eagle River Lions Club
NATH receives presented a $500 donation to Olson Memorial Library director
Diana Anderson. --STAFF PHOTO
renovation grant
The Northwoods Alliance
for Temporary Housing Inc. JABBERWOCKY BOOKSTORE
(NATH) was notified recently
by the local Home Depot store is helping Santa & his furry friends
in Rhinelander that a $15,000
grant has been awarded for
renovations at Frederick Place.
According to Home Depot
manager Michael Ackerman,
the grant is to be used to re- Gift
place all windows and the
front door in the house, con-
struct a conference/meeting available
room, replace three toilets,
add insulation and provide Dec. 1-24 with a
two clothes washers and two freewill
clothes dryers. Bring in 10# of donation
Home Depot employees
will participate in construc- Cat or Dog Food and for the
tion of the conference room.
For more information Get 10% OFF Animal
about NATH or how commu- Shelter
nity businesses or civic
groups may offer support, call
One Item
(715) 369-9404. (some restrictions)
WALKABOUT DONATES — During October, team. Pictured are, from left, WalkAbout owner
WalkAbout Paddle & Apparel collected food do- Joy Nelson, WalkAbout employee Kendra Grap- The average person can
nations for the Vilas Food Pantry. For each item er and jersey winner Stacey Ray. WalkAbout live about a month without
donated, the donor’s name was entered into a also donated $1 for each food pantry item to the eating any food, but can only ALL PET DONATIONS GO DIRECTLY
drawing for a bike jersey worn by the Vera Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer, to- live about a week without TO THE VILAS COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER
Bradley Foundation specialized bike racing talling $500. --Contributed Photo water.

The Almanac
114 holds its regular meeting the first Mon. of

November each month at 6 p.m. in Eagle River. Call (715)
479-3983 or (715) 477-0581.
OF THE EASTERN STAR — Meets the first
Tues. of every month at 7:30 p.m., 610 E. Divi-

W T F S S M T sion St., Eagle River. Call (715) 479-8646.
Meets the last Mon. of each month at 1 p.m. at
519 Sheridan St., Eagle River. Call (715) 479-

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 EAGLE RIVER MASONIC LODGE — Meets
the second Tues. of each month at 610 E. Divi-
sion St., Eagle River. Call (715) 479-8646.
YMCA — The YMCA Pines Fitness Center is Joint meeting the fourth Thurs. of the month at
Events open for adults and youths grade six and older
Mon.-Fri., 5:30-8 a.m. and Mon.-Thurs., 3:30-8
6:30 p.m. at 624 W. Pine St., Eagle River.

p.m.; Mon., Wed. and Fri., 11 a.m.-1 p.m.; Sat., GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS — Meets every
7-11 a.m.; and Sun., noon-4 p.m. Monthly, Wed. at 7 p.m. at Lac Vieux Desert Transfer
FIRST AID/CPR CLASSES — The American weekly and daily memberships available. Call Station Road in Watersmeet, Mich.
Red Cross offers various first aid, CPR and (715) 479-9500. GRIEF SUPPORT — A Time to Mourn, a free
AED classes in Rhinelander. Call (715) 362- support group open to any adult who has suf-
GED PREPARATION — Classes are available
Meetings fered a loss. Meets the second Thurs. of each
month from 1-2:30 p.m. at Lakeland Senior Saluting the colors at the Eagle River Veterans Day program. --STAFF PHOTO
at Nicolet Learning Center, First Congregation- Center in Woodruff. Call Connie DeBels, be-
al UCC, Eagle River, Tues. from 2-6 p.m. and reavement coordinator for Dr. Kate Hospice, at
Thurs. from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Call (715) 365-4455 AL-ANON — Meets Wed. from 6:30-8 p.m. in (715) 356-8805. from 9-11:30 a.m. the second and fourth Wed. TOPS WI 87 — Meets Thurs. at Eagle River 2140.
or 1-(800) 544-3039. the main-floor solarium at Eagle River Memori- of each month at Prince of Peace Lutheran City Hall. Weigh-in from 5-5:25 p.m., meeting
GRIEF SUPPORT — A free support group for DAYBREAK ADULT CENTER — Provides re-
BADGER BRIDGE — Meets every Mon. from al Hospital. Call (715) 628-0023. Church in Eagle River. To register, call Lisann follows. All are welcome. Call (715) 477-2193.
adults. Co-sponsored by St. Peter the Fisher- lief to caregivers who have elderly persons liv-
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS — Closed Snedden, (715) 479-1946. ing with them. Activities include social events,
man Parish and Ministry Home Care. Meets TRI-COUNTY COUNCIL ON DOMESTIC VIO-
Recreation meetings in Eagle River Mon. and Fri. at 7:30
p.m., First Congregational UCC. ; closed step
the third Thurs. of each month at 1 p.m. at St.
Peter the Fisherman Parish. Call (715) 479-
MUSKIES INC. — The Headwaters Chapter of
Muskies Inc. meets the first Wed. of most
groups for domestic violence and sexual as-
outings, noon meal and snacks. Meets Thurs.
from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Prince of Peace Luther-
meetings every Sun., 2 p.m., Land O’ Lakes 8704. months at Eagle River Inn & Resort. Call to sault meet weekly. Call (715) 479-2912, (715) an Church, Eagle River. Call (715) 479-3625.
Town Hall (rear entrance). Turning Point Group confirm. Business meeting at 7 p.m., guest 362-6841 or 1-(800) 236-1222.
GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP — Side By Side, a speaker at 8 p.m. Nonmembers welcome. No KIDS IN NEED — Confidential 24-hour hot
1 to 4 p.m. at Boondocker’s Lounge at Wild meetings every Tues., 7:30 p.m., Community free grief support group open to everyone, charge. Call Scott at (715) 891-6133. VFW MEETING — Eagle River Post 8637 line, 1-(800) 622-9120, to teens and their fami-
Eagle Lodge in Eagle River. Reservations not Church annex, Hwy. K; 7:30 p.m. St. Theresa meets the third Thurs. of each month at 1 p.m. meets the fourth Thurs. of each month. Joint lies. Call Mary Gadzalinski at Community Men-
required. Partner provided if needed. A social Church in Three Lakes; and 10 a.m. Sat. at NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS (NA) — Keep It
at St. Peter’s Catholic Church in Eagle River. meeting with Auxiliary at 6:30 p.m.; regular tal Health Services, (715) 369-2994.
and learning game, players may request help Holy Family Church in Woodruff. Closed meet- Simple meetings are held every Thurs. at 6
Call (715) 479-8704. meeting at 7 p.m. Call (715) 479-8810.
at any time. All skill levels welcome. Call (715) ings are held at St. Germain Community Unit- p.m. at First Congregational United Church of MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH HOTLINE:
362-8933. ed Church of Christ every Thurs. at 7 p.m. and HUMANE SOCIETY OF VILAS COUNTY —
Christ,105 N. 1st St., the corner of 1st and Di- VILAS COUNTY MASTER GARDENERS — Mothers in need of health and nutrition infor-
in the Newbold Town Hall every Wed. Call (715) Meets the first Tues. of each month at 7 p.m. at
BINGO — Held every Mon. including holidays vision streets, Eagle River. (715) 891-4475. Meets the second Thurs. of each month at 6 mation, financial aid or advocacy can contact
367-7920 or (715) 479-8475. Web site: the Vilas County Animal Shelter.
at Kalmar Community Center, Eagle River. p.m. at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, the hot line 24 hours a day at 1-(800) 722-2295 JAYCEES — The Eagle River Area Jaycees NEW-YOU-CLUB — Meets at 8:45 a.m.Thurs. Eagle River. Call Shirley Egan, (715) 479- or Web site www.
Early Birds at 6 p.m., regular at 7 p.m. Sand-
meets the second Tues. of each month at 6:30 at Headwaters State Bank in Land O’ Lakes. 8820.
wiches, snacks and beverages available for BOOK CLUB — Olson Library Book Club MOMS IN MOTION CLASS — Free classes
p.m. Call Michelle at (715) 617-6384 or Cheryl Call Elsie Conant, (715) 547-6015.
purchase. Open to the public. (715) 479-2633. meets the first Thurs. of each month (except VILAS FOOD PANTRY — Food pantry is open for pregnant women or new mothers Tues. and
July, Aug. and Dec.) from 7-8:30 p.m. Call (715) at (715) 617-0265. NORTHWOODS ASSOCIATION FOR THE
DUPLICATE BRIDGE — Meets in the lower Wed. from 9-10 a.m. at Kalmar Senior Center Thurs. from 6-7:30 p.m. at Saint Mary’s Hospi-
479-8070. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS — Knights of EDUCATION OF YOUNG CHILDREN — Train- in Eagle River. tal in Rhinelander. Call (715) 369-6522.
level of First Congregational United Church of
Columbus meets the first Wed. of each month ing sessions are held the third Mon. of each
Christ, Eagle River, Thurs. at 6:30 p.m.; Mon. at BOY SCOUTS — Boy Scout Troop 501 meets WEIGHT WATCHERS — Meetings are held NARCONON — Provides answers to drug ad-
at 7 p.m. in Eagle River. Call (715) 479-4476. month from 6-8:30 p.m. Sessions will be cred-
1 p.m. Call (715) 479-8767 (days) or 479-8783. every Mon. in Eagle River at 7 p.m. Call Kay Tues. at 5:30 p.m in Eagle River. Call 1-(800) diction, free assessment, evaluation and refer-
ited toward continuing-education hours for
MAHJONGG — American mahjongg is played Rathjen, (715) 479-7409. KNITTING CLUB — Northwoods Knitters and 651-6000. ral services. Call 1-(800) 468-6933; Web site:
child-care providers. Call 1-(800) 470-5833 or
Mon. at 10 a.m. at the Eagle River Golf Course CELEBRATE RECOVERY® — Presented by Purlers meet at 12:30 p.m. the fourth Mon. of (715) 479-0337.
clubhouse. Reservations not required. New
players welcome. For more info, e-mail
Birchwood Community Church. Meets every
Thurs. at 6 p.m. at 115 Division St., Eagle River.
each month at Woodruff Town Hall. Call Carol
Clauser, (715) 453-8055. NORTHWOODS NEEDLEWORKERS —
Meet the second Wed. of each month from 10
EASE SUPPORT GROUP — Meets at 10 a.m. (715) 891-1946. LAKELAND ART LEAGUE — New members a.m.-4 p.m. at Cloverland Town Hall. Call (715) the second Tues. of the month at Ascension
NORTHWOODS CHILDREN’S MUSEUM — CHRISTIAN COALITION — Meets the last and visitors welcome. Call Arlene, (715) 272- 479-7850, (715) 477-2579 or (715) 545-2664. Lutheran Church in Minocqua. Call Denny
Hands-on educational exhibits and programs. 1168. ACT NOW — Open to physically challenged
Tues. of each month at 7 p.m. at Donna’s Cafe Leith, (715) 358-2207.
Fun for all ages. Prime ages 1-10. Call (715) QUILTERS — Eagle River Kreative Quilters people in wheelchairs. Call Alvin Weso, (715)
in Eagle River. Call Jeff Hyslop, (715) 479- LIONS CLUB — The Eagle River Lions Club meet the second and fourth Mon. of each SEXUAL ASSAULT SUPPORT GROUP —
479-4623 or visit www.northwoodschildrens- 478-5120.
4066. meets at 6:30 p.m. the second and fourth Wed. month at Olson Memorial Library in Eagle Sponsored by Tri-County Council on Domestic of each month. Call (715) 479-2666. ADVANCE HEALTH-CARE PLANNING
CHRONIC HEALTH CONDITIONS SUPPORT River. Violence & Sexual Assault. Meets Mon. from
NORTHWOODS SINGERS — Meets Tues., GROUP — Sponsored by the Vilas County WORKSHOPS — Meets first and third Fri. of
LIONS CLUB — The Three Lakes Lions Club ROTARY CLUB — The Eagle River Rotary 4:30-6 p.m. in Rhinelander; Thurs., 2-3:30 p.m.
6:30 p.m., Northland Pines High School choral Commission on Aging, meets the second Tues. each month at Medical Arts Building, 150 Hos-
meets at 6:30 p.m. the first and third Mon. of Club meets every Mon. at noon at Eagle River in Rhinelander; Thurs., 5:30-6:45 p.m. in
room. New singers welcome. Call Barb of each month at 1:30 p.m. at the Kalmar Cen- pital Rd., Eagle River. For reservations and/or
each month at Oneida Village Inn. Call (715) Inn.Visiting Rotarians are welcome. Call Byron Minocqua. Call (715) 362-6841 Mon.-Fri. from
Nehring, (715) 547-3333. ter in Eagle River. information, call (715) 479-0375.
546-3493. McNutt, (715) 479-4421. 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
are held the first Sun. of each month. Call Lillian Kerr Nursing Care & Rehabilitation Cen-
meets the third Sat. of each month at 1 p.m. at Meets the fourth Tues. of each month at 1 p.m. THE NORTHWOODS — Meets Tues. at 9 a.m. GROUP — Meets the third Thurs. of each
Norma Yaeger, (715) 477-1984. ter in Phelps. Call Bev Dietz, (715) 545-2589.
Olson Memorial Library in Eagle River. Call at Medical Arts Building on Hospital Road, at Demmer Library. Call Marie Moore, (715) month from 5-7 p.m. at Trig’s RiverWalk Center
SCRAPBOOK CLUB — Meets the last Tues. Judy Wainwright, (715) 479-7132. Eagle River. Diane Bluthardt, facilitator. Call 546-3702. in Rhinelander. Meetings are free and open to
of each month. Call Cathy, (715) 479-3164. (715) 362-7779 or (715) 479-3625. the public. Call Sue Mackowski at (715) 275-
WATER AEROBICS — Classes at Lake Forest — Meets the fourth Thurs. of each month at 7 MILITARY SUPPORT GROUP — All Things of each month at One Penny Place in 5399 or Tina Werres at (715) 499-3002.
— Meets the fourth Mon. of each month at
Resort every Tues. and Thurs. from 8:30-9:30 p.m. at Olson Memorial Library in Eagle River. Military meets the second Mon. of each month Demmer Library at 1 p.m. Call Nancy Brewster, Woodruff. Call Joan Hauer, (715) 892-0053 or
a.m. Call (715) 479-3251. VISUALLY IMPAIRED — Transportation is
Call Sharon Rogers, (715) 889-3157. at 7 p.m. at Olson Memorial Library in Eagle (715) 546-3391. (715) 356-6540. available upon 24-hour advance notice by call-
WOODCARVERS — Northwoods Wood- River. Family members and friends of military
EASY EAGLES — Meets every other Tues. at TOASTMASTERS — Northwoods Toastmas- CANCER SUPPORT GROUP — Meets the ing (715) 479-7450. Support group meetings
carvers meet every Wed. at 1 p.m. at Kalmar personnel are welcome to attend. Call Scott
11:30 a.m. at Riverstone Restaurant & Tavern ters meet the second Thurs. of each month at second Thurs. of each month at 10 a.m. at are held at Kalmar Senior Center in Eagle
Center in Eagle River. All are welcome. Call Jensen, (715) 479-3631.
in Eagle River. Call Charlie Eggers, (715) 479- 7 p.m. at Olson Memorial Library in Eagle James Beck Cancer Center at Ministry Saint River at 1 p.m. the fourth Tues. of each month.
John Modjewski, (715) 479-6093. 1799. MOTHERS OF PRESCHOOLERS — Meets River. Call Mike, (715) 479-8681. Mary’s Hospital in Rhinelander. Call (715) 361- Call Marion, (715) 479-2312.

Across from Vilas Cinema 715-477-2227

1st Year Anniversary &
PATRIOTS PEN — The winners in the Patriots Pen essay contest,
sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8637 and Auxil-
an Nina Means of the auxiliary, first-place finisher Jack Sarama,
second-place finisher Patrick Terpstra, third-place finisher Maria
Holiday OPEN
iary were announced at the Eagle Rvier Veterans Day program. Wait, auxiliary President Connie Jurkowski and program speaker OPEN HOUSE
Taking part in the presentation were, from left, contest Chairwom- and veteran Frank Brown. --STAFF PHOTO Fri., Sat. & Sun., Nov. 19-21 HOUSE
Join us for a cup of soup & dessert!

Fri., Nov. 19 • 4-8 p.m.
Tree of Love ceremonies planned BIRTHS PRIZES with purchase

Sue Schneider • 5-7 p.m.
20% Off Willow Creek Gift Items
Jason and Ashley Potrykus 20% Off  Samples of German Mulled Wine
The 22nd annual Dr. Kate ceived no later than Nov. 26, All names on the tree will of Three Lakes announce the Select  Prize Drawings
Hospice Tree of Love ceremo- to be included in the program. be read during the ceremony. birth of their son, Matthew Items!
ny will be held Tuesday, Dec. To place memorials, contact To purchase an ornament James, Friday, Nov. 5, 2010, at
7, at 7 p.m. at the Ministry Randi Danner at Dr. Kate or for more information, call Ministry Saint Mary’s Hospi-
Medical Group Clinic on the Hospice, at (715) 356-8805 or (715) 361-2230 or stop by the tal in Rhinelander. Brown Street Books 34 S. Brown St.
north side of the Howard 1-(800) 234-3542. Ministry Home Care office, lo- Maternal grandparents are 25 S. Brown St., downtown Rhinelander Downtown
(715) 362-5111 Rhinelander
Young Medical Center in In Rhinelander, the third cated at 1864 N. Stevens St. in Paul and Valerie Albers of De Your locally owned independent bookstore Brown Street Mall
Woodruff. annual Tree of Love ceremony Rhinelander. Pere. Paternal grandparents
The tree will be dedicated will be held Monday, Dec. 6, at The trees will remain lit are Neal and Vicki Potrykus of
at a special memorial celebra- 5 p.m. at the Rhinelander throughout the holidays. Ev- Three Lakes.
tion outside the clinic. Chamber of Commerce eryone is welcome to both

Music will be provided by There will be music and events. * * *
the Lakeland Area Barber- homemade refreshments. No registration is required Justin Bauknecht and
shop Chorus. Following the Heart-shaped ornaments to attend either of these free Megan Steele of Three Lakes !!! PRICES CUT FOR THE FINAL TIME !!!
ceremony, refreshments will may be purchased in memory tree-lighting ceremonies. announce the birth of their
o li d a y North Stand Distributions
be served and everyone will of a loved one for $10 each. son, Mason Porter Bauknecht-
_____________ s! is CLOSED but will
G i f t I d e a REOPEN Nov 30th to Dec 23!
be welcome to join for conver- With each ornament pur- Steele, Saturday, Nov. 6, 2010,
sation and fellowship in the chased by Nov. 30, a special Holding on to anger is like at Ministry Saint Mary’s Hos- 3646089-01
lobby. memorial tag may be placed grasping a hot coal with the pital in Rhinelander.
Memorial donations are on the new Tree of Love, intent of throwing it at some- Grandparents are Robert North Stand Distributions
$10 for each light to be lit on which will be displayed at the one else; you are the one who Bukowsky, Laura Laux and Located on Brown St.- Next to the Cafe & Pub, Downtown Rhinelander
the tree. Requests must be re- chamber. gets burned. Buddha Jerry and Cindy Bauknecht. 715.362.6062 • HOURS: Mon-Fri 10-5 • Sat 10-3

Jean Deditz

Organizers prepare to launch
annual red kettle campaign
As the holiday seasons ap-
proach, officials with The Sal-
vation Army said they are
working hard to achieve their
goal — that no family will be
without food or shelter, that
no child will face Christmas
without Santa, and that no
one will feel forgotten in the
season of joy.
The Salvation Army offers
clothing, emergency housing,
heating and electric opportu-
nities, nursing home visita-
tion and other aid to residents
of Vilas County and the sur-
rounding area.
The Three Lakes School submitted this photograph showing the school’s eighth-grade class
Statewide services include
during the 1955-’56 school year.
utility assistance, drug and
alcohol rehabilitation, correc- ONE YEAR AGO temperatures and little snow monies were held at the
tional services and homeless For the first time in 15 were expected to result in a site of the new Three Lakes
shelters. years, the Wisconsin Senate better-than-average deer library . . . For the first
Joe Eisele of Eagle River, a and Assembly passed a bill hunting season . . . A com- time, closed-circuit TV cam-
Salvation Army kettle coordi- that would restore the au- mercial television broadcast eras were to be used at the
nator for Vilas County, said thority of a citizen-run board station, Channel 34, was Eagle River World Champi-
volunteers with the North to name the secretary of the scheduled to be constructed onship Snowmobile Derby.
Woods service unit will be Department of Natural Re- in Eagle River . . . Three
ringing the bell daily from 50 YEARS AGO
sources . . . The Oneida Lakes sixth-grader Joseph Area game wardens were
Thanksgiving until Christ- County Board shared Cunningham took first place
mas Eve. investigating the killing of
$192,808 from its proposed at the state Environmental 11 deer on roadsides be-
Bell ringers will be sched- budget to achieve a zero-per- Speaking Contest.
uled in two-hour segments tween Eagle River and Say-
cent increase in the tax levy 20 YEARS AGO ner . . . The Wisconsin-Michi-
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in one of . . . The Eagle River City A Phelps man was
five locations: Nelson’s Ace gan Hockey League expand-
Council decided against the charged with second-degree ed to six teams . . . A total of
Hardware, Pick ’n Save, Pami- use of parking meters in the intentional homicide in the
da, Trig’s and Walgreens. 45 cases of tuberculosis were
downtown area for the sec- shooting death of his broth- reported in Vilas County.
“This holiday season, when Salvation Army kettle coordinator Joe Eisle displays a Bucket ond straight summer. er . . . The World Champi-
you hear the ringing of a Sal- Pass pin. In addition to the familiar red kettles, the pins will be 60 YEARS AGO
FIVE YEARS AGO onship Snowmobile Derby
vation Army bell and see the available at area financial institutions for a one-time contribution Nine deer refuges, locat-
The Vilas County Board in Eagle River announced
red kettle, please offer your of $25. --Contributed Photo ed throughout Vilas Coun-
of Supervisors voted to plans for a special racing
support,” said Eisele. “We ty, were closed to hunters
grant the animal shelter event pitting racers from
need your help even more this more people come to us with volunteer may call kettle coor- for the hunting season
contract to the Humane So- the United States against
year as funding cuts and job emergency needs.” dinator Howard Sauerman . . . Unseasonably warm
ciety of Vilas County . . . An Canada . . . The Andean
losses take effect and even Anyone who would like to (715) 479-5326. weather was causing un-
Eagle River physician for Sweater Shop, selling hand-
usual plant growth in the
more than 50 years, Lewis knit wool sweaters from
North Woods, including the
Jacobson, M.D., retired at Peru and Bolivia, opened in
budding of lilac bushes.
Senior advisor completes course the age of 82 . . . Grand-
opening ceremonies were
held at Wild Eagle Corner
downtown Eagle River.
Vernon Goldsworthy of
Twenty-five Vilas Coun-
Store in Eagle River. Three Lakes, the man cred- ty men received their ques-
David Schmitz, CSA, with Census predicts there will be tionnaires from the Vilas
Catholic Order of Foresters, about 70 million people who 10 YEARS AGO ited with starting the cran-
Eurasian water milfoil berry industry in northern County draft board . . . A
recently completed a compre- are 65 and older – one in five large snow- and windstorm
hensive course through the Americans will be seniors. was found in four new lakes Wisconsin, died at the age
during the year, doubling its of 75 . . . A new state law re- hit the North Woods, dam-
Society of Certified Senior Ad- This demographic shift re- aging trees and signs
visors (SCSA). quires an educated response identified invasion of North quired deer hunters to
Woods lakes . . . The U.S. wear at least 50% blaze or- throughout the area and
The society is an interna- in how professionals work leaving deep snowdrifts.
tional organization that has with seniors and the chal- Forest Service released its ange clothing . . . The dete-
trained more than 20,000 pro- lenges and opportunities they preferred proposal for the riorated wooden statue of 80 YEARS AGO
fessionals to meet the chang- face, according to Schmitz. Roadless Area Initiative, Chief St. Germaine at the Formerly known as the
ing needs of a growing senior “With more people living which included restricting St. Germain Information Flowage of the Wisconsin
population. longer, we are already begin- the harvest of timber on the Bureau was removed to River, the area where the
“The health, financial and ning to see changes in how se- Chequamegon-Nicolet Na- make way for a new statue. river joined the Eagle
social needs of seniors are dif- niors function in our society, tional Forest in Wisconsin 40 YEARS AGO River, Mud Creek and Rice
ferent and more complicated from retirees who choose to . . . A week after the election, A citizens committee was Creek was renamed Wa-
than those of any other age start a second or third career, the country still waited to formed to support a bond tersmeet Lake . . . Vilas
group. SCSA keeps profes- to various forms of alternative see who was the winner of issue to finance construc- County was one of only five
sionals from a wide variety of senior housing and new ap- the presidential election. tion of a new Eagle River counties in the state to re-
fields abreast of all these is- proaches to diet, exercise and 15 YEARS AGO High School building port 100% membership in
sues by providing education, DAVID SCHMITZ overall health care for se- A near-record herd, mild . . . Ground-breaking cere- its American Legion.
training, support and commu- niors,” he said.
nication resources to those of age of 65 are alive today. In the As a CSA, Schmitz will par-
us dedicated to serving se-
niors,” Schmitz said.
United States alone, seniors
(age 65 and older) number 35
ticipate in continuing educa-
tion that emphasizes ethical
Holiday bazaar
The explosion in growth of
the senior population is one of
million and will continue to in-
crease (with women being the
selling and business practices
and volunteer service specific
set at Kalmar
the most important demo- largest segment), leading an to seniors.
graphic developments of the unprecedented shift in the age Schmitz can be contacted at A holiday bazaar and
21st century. Two-thirds of the of the population. (715) 365-1746 or email at Christmas cookie sale will be
people who have lived past the By 2030, the U.S. Bureau of held Saturday, Nov. 20, from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. at Kalmar
Community Center, located at
Kalmar Center 1011 N. Railroad St. in Eagle
Senior Meals The event will include nu-
Highway 45 North merous crafters, cookies,
Monday through Friday baked goods, and refresh-
Serving at noon ments. A 50/50 cash raffle
Sponsored by Vilas County will be drawn at 2:45 p.m.
Commission on Aging Admission will be a non-
Reservations or cancella- perishable food item or cash
tions need to be called in 24 donation for the Vilas Food
hours in advance between 10 Pantry.
a.m. and 1 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Call Proceeds from the cash raf-
Penny LaFata at (715) 479- fle and bake sale will benefit
2633. Home-delivered meals Warm The Children and
are available based on eligibili- Head Start and will provide
ty. While there is no set fee for a fruit baskets for shut-ins.
meal, the suggested donation is For more information, call
$3 per meal. No one will be de-
Karen at (715) 479-5850.
nied service because of inability
to contribute.
Results of 11/8/10
Beefy macaroni casserole VOLUNTEER HONORED — The Walter E. Olson Memorial Li- First (tie): Jean Schroeder
Green salad brary Foundation recently held its annual dinner to honor library and Lois Killinger; Flo Erickson
Pears staff and volunteers. Volunteer of the Year JoAnn Godding, cen- and Terry McCloskey; Mary
Raisin bread ter, was congratulated by Mickee Stuckemeyer, left, and library Ellen and Bob Peterman.
Dusted brownie President Tina Koller. --Contributed Photo Results of 11/11/10
TUESDAY, NOV. 23 First: Kaye McCardle and
Sliced turkey breast Lois Killinger.
Stuffing Second (tie): Lila Fletcher and
Mashed potatoes Christmas sale to benefit mission trip Mary Ann McNeil; June Harri-
and light gravy son and Sally Kemp; Mary Ellen
Asparagus and Bob Peterman.
Cranberry sauce Christmas Treasures, Christmas items and fresh
Pumpkin bar Christmas Café and Bake baked goods. Coffee and apple Duplicate bridge is played every
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24 Sale will be held Saturday, cider will be available. Monday at 1 p.m. and every Thursday
Boneless barbecued pork rib Nov. 20, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 6:30 p.m. in the basement of Union
at Our Savior Lutheran All proceeds from the sale Congregational United Church of
Texas baked potato
Christ, located at the corner of First
Spinach Church, located at 223 Silver will go toward the Camp and Division streets. The public is
Corn bread Lake Road in Eagle River. Luther women’s mission trip welcome. For more information, call
Fruit The sale will include used to Peru. (715) 546-3021.
Closed Stop the Spread of Invasive Aquatic Plants
All meals include 1% milk.
Become a volunteer lake monitor. (715) 365-8984

Classifieds published here are those received too late for our Trader deadline, which is 10 a.m. Thursday. Assistant Editor
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FOR RENT: Commercial space in a high- FOR RENT: Free heat, electric, garbage MOVING SALE: Nov. 17, 18, 19 & 20, 9 FOR RENT: 20 MILES SOUTH OF The Vilas County News-Review is searching for
visibility, easily accessible location in the pickup and snowplowing all included. On a.m.-4 p.m. Everything must go. Living THREE LAKES, WIS. Lovely 2-bdrm. an assistant editor with experience in news report-
city of Eagle River. Ideal for professional Upper Buckatabon Lake in Conover. room furniture, dresser, cabinets, ice country home. No pets. $500/mo. plus util-
office. Plenty of parking, quality finish Month-to-month, 2 bdrms., fully furnished, auger, washer & dryer, new carpet ities. Sec. dep. & references required.
ing, sports writing, photography, layout and related
throughout. Approx. 1,100 sq. ft. available. some pets allowed, $650/mo. Call (715) (12x12), much, much more. 5707 St. Ger- (715) 490-0644. 53-1c-8287-35 skills. We are seeking a high-energy individual who
Call (715) 479-3348 or (715) 891-7453. 891-1388. 53-8008-tfcL maine Rd., St. Germain, off County O, fol- -------------------------------------------------------- can work under deadline pressure, work as a team
52-1589-tfcL -------------------------------------------------------- low signs. 71-1p-8293-35 WINTER STORAGE FACILITY available
-------------------------------------------------------- BEAUTIFUL ST. GERMAIN HOME FOR -------------------------------------------------------- thru May 15: 4,400 sq. ft., concrete block
member and who aspires to be part of an award-win-
WANTED! ANTIQUES & COL- RENT on wooded lot, 3 bdrms., 2 baths, FOR SALE: 1999 Chevy Silverado — ex- building, overhead doors, easy highway ning weekly newspaper staff. It is a full-time posi-
LECTIBLES. Crocks, jugs, guns, lures, attached 2-car garage, $895/month plus tended cab, 3/4-ton, 4x4, V-8, well kept & access. Call Vilas County Fairgrounds, tion that includes benefits.
toys & toy trains and much more. Before security & utilities. Appliances negotiable. dependable, ladder racks, has plow car- (715) 479-2057. 54-3c-8286-37
you sell, check with me. Call Jim at (715) (715) 479-1660. 53-2p-8245-35L riage, $5,000. (715) 545-3335. 18-2c- -------------------------------------------------------- Résumés should be sent to Gary Ridderbusch,
479-1459. 72-1856-tfcL -------------------------------------------------------- 8292-36 FOR SALE: 2002 Trail Blazer LS — 4-WD,
-------------------------------------------------------- WINTER RENT SPECIAL: 20x30 com- -------------------------------------------------------- red, 78,500 miles, good condition, $7,800 P.O. Box 1929, Eagle River, WI 54521, or e-mailed to
EAGLE RIVER PROPERTIES, EAGLE mercial building, only $400/mo., new floor, CONOVER RENTAL SERVICE: Skidsteer obo. (847) 420-1492. 17-1p-8288-35
RIVER, WI, EHO: Applications being furnace, AC, great for cafe, office, small & attachments rental, enclosed utility, CAXCA
taken for 2-bdrm. units. Must meet certain business. 315 Main St., Eagle River. (414) snowmobile trailers. Other types rental
income limits for qualification of rental as- 353-7136. 52-2p-8246-35L equipment. We also have snowmobile
sistance. References, credit and criminal -------------------------------------------------------- sales, service and rentals. Call (715) 891-
background checks required. Contact ELDERLY EQUINE GENTLEMAN in need 1022 or stop in 4177 E. Buckatabon Rd. Was $439,000
(715) 479-9688 or (218) 628-0311. 51- of sheltered pasture care and companion- S7-2p-8283-36
4067-tfcL ship. Provider must be able to serve 3-4 -------------------------------------------------------- Now $299,000
-------------------------------------------------------- meals daily. Ideally within 15-20 minutes HUGE ESTATE SALE: All new items.
FOR RENT: First-class professional office of Eagle River. (715) 337-2222. 07-2p- Boats, 40-ft. trailer, TVs, Burro tables,
space. Excellent location at the intersec- 8291-36 beer signs, kitchen dishware, lawn furni-
tion of highways 45, 70 and 17 in Eagle -------------------------------------------------------- ture, much, much more. Sold as is. Boga-
River. Plenty of parking, quality finish FOR SALE: 2006 Arctic Cat 2-up 660 rt’s Bar, 4090 Hwy. 70 E., E.R. Nov. 19, 20
throughout. Ideal for attorney, accountant turbo — 5,000 miles, great shape, $4,600. & 21, Fri., Sat. & Sun., 9 a.m.-3 p.m. 71-
or medical office. Shared building with I just cracked the hood. $3,700. I will be at 1p-8294-35
well-established, high-traffic realty office. cabin deer hunting Fri. thru Wed., St. Ger- --------------------------------------------------------
Approx. 2,300 sq. ft. Call 1-(800) 404- main. Cell (608) 279-8388. 97-1p-8290-35 ATTN.: WANTED 23 PEOPLE to lose 5 to 545-Acre Clear, Private
4496 or (715) 891-7453. 52-5159-tfcL -------------------------------------------------------- 100 pounds! I lost 20 lbs. in 5 weeks.
Sugar Camp Lake
-------------------------------------------------------- FOR SALE: MTD 10-HP snowblower — Shapeworks, 1-(800) 311-2894;
4 BR, 2 BA, 2,300'
INDOOR RUMMAGE SALE: Household, electric start, chains, 28-in. clearing width, 36-4p-8285-38L
tools, furniture, sporting goods & more. 5 forward speeds, 2 reverse, very little --------------------------------------------------------
Quality remodeled home, hickory cab-
Every Sat., 8 a.m.-1 p.m., Country Store use, like new, $450 obo. (715) 258-8809. J&J EXCAVATING AND LANDSCAPING inets, bar, fireplace, screen porch, 2-
building, 2274 Hwy. 17, downtown Phelps, 68-2p-8289-36 LLC: Lot clearing, driveways installed and car garage, 2-story barn. 200' ripple-
(715) 545-2800. 71-7464-tfcL -------------------------------------------------------- repaired. Skidsteer excavator service, ma- sand beach, great sunsets, swim-
-------------------------------------------------------- FOR SALE: 2004 Chev. Express van — 9- terial delivery. Garages and additions. Foun- ming, fishing, skiing. Almost 3 acres.
JOIN THE EAGLE RIVER HISTORICAL passenger, AWD, 5.3L engine, 81,000 dations. Snowplowing and removal service. Owner financing. Great investment.
SOCIETY, P.O. Box 2011, Eagle River, WI miles, excellent shape! $12,500. (715) Serving the area for over 25 years. Conover, (715) 477-2945 3499

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• Drug screen, background checks and physical required
• Customer service skills
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chasing department. Candidates with retail or mail-order catalog purchas-
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The Eagle River Planning Commission The Eagle River Planning Commission is
• No equipment necessary
will be considering the discontinuance of environment, good math skills, computer familiarity and excellent com-
street right of way immediately adjacent to
scheduling a public hearing for December 8, • Minimum of six months’ experience driving a like-sized commercial
2010 at 7:00 p.m. at Eagle River City Hall munication abilities. Some responsibilities for this position include main-
the front entrance way of the Eagle River Common Council Chambers, 525 E. Maple vehicle within the last three years is required.
Hospital extending south to Golf Course taining budgeted inventory levels, tracking vendor performance, monitor-
property. Resolution 820 was referred to the
Street, Eagle River, WI 54521 to consider the • One year commercial driving experience strongly preferred.
Planning Commission for consideration and
discontinuance of the street right of way as ing product quality and frequent communication with suppliers.
petitioned by the Eagle River Hospital. For immediate consideration, bring your work history to:
recommendation to the Eagle River Com- If you have any questions or comments,
mon Council: please contact City Administrator Joe Laux
Full-time benefits include health insurance contribution, dental insurance,
RESOLUTION 820 at (715) 479-8682 ext: 226, e-mail: administra-
620 Commerce Loop vision insurance, life insurance, vacation and holiday pay, sick days, ed-
Resolution Proposing Discontinuance Of Eagle River, WI 54521
Street Right of Way for the Eagle River 3485
ucational reimbursement, employee discount, 401(k) and profit sharing.
Whereas, the Eagle River Hospital has re- WNAXLP Call Jared or Molly at: 715-479-7882 Interested candidates must submit a résumé with cover letter and salary
quested that the City of Eagle River consid- or send résumé to: 3955 requirements to:
er discontinuing right of way near the Hos- _____________
pital; and,
Whereas, the City of Eagle River is consid- (Six Weeks, 10/20-11/24/10)
ering the discontinuance of public right of
way described in the attached legal descrip- d
tion; and,
Whereas, the City of Eagle River desires to
Case No. 09-CV-0146
______________________________________________ an
consider the discontinuance through a pub- US BANK N.A., as Trustee, Successor in In-
lic hearing and notification process outlined terest to State Street Bank and Trust, as Attn: HR Dept.
in State Statutes 66.1003 (2). Trustee for WAMMS 2003-AR1 P.O. Box 100
Now, therefore be it resolved, that the City
of Eagle River requests that the public hear-
ing be held before the Eagle River Planning
FILL OUT Rhinelander, WI 54501
Commission and that the Planning Commis-
sion make appropriate recommendation to
the Common Council for consideration.

BE VACATED BY EAGLE RIVER WHICH IS judgment of foreclosure entered on October
PRESENTLY WITHIN THE EAGLE RIVER 14, 2009 in the amount of $808,753.40, the RATE FOR ONE TIME: 25 words or less, $9. Each additional word, 30¢
HOSPITAL PARKING LOT Vilas County Sheriff will sell the described No refunds — but a CREDIT COUPON given upon request.
A parcel of land in the Northeast 1/4 of the
Northwest 1/4, of Section 28, T40N, R10E,
City of Eagle River, Vilas County, Wisconsin,
more particularly described as follows:
premises at public auction as follows:
DATE/TIME: December 2, 2010 at 2:00 PM.
TERMS: 1. 10% down in cash or money
order at the time of sale; balance due at time
DEADLINES — TRADER Published every Saturday
Thursday 10 a.m. for that week’s publication
Lillian Kerr
Health Center
Commencing at the North One-quarter of confirmation of sale; failure to pay bal- NEWS-REVIEW (Late Classifieds) Published every Wed.
corner of Section 28, marked by a Vilas ance due will result in forfeit of deposit to
County Aluminum Monument; thence plaintiff.
Monday noon for that week’s publication
S0˚10'14"E, along the east line of the North- 2. Sold “as is” and subject to all legal liens,
Mail remittance and this form to:
east 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4, of Section 28
and a westerly line of the Country Club Sub-
division, 1183.31 feet to a 3/4" iron rod;
encumbrances, unpaid real estate taxes, and
payment of all applicable real estate trans-
fer tax by purchaser upon confirmation of
Vilas County News-Review, Attn: Classifieds by Rennes
thence S45˚37'20"W, along a northwesterly P.O. Box 1929, Eagle River, WI 54521, or charge to MasterCard/Visa
line of the Country Club Subdivision, 197.33 Ph. 715-479-4421 Fax 715-479-6242
feet to 3/4" iron rod on the south line of the
Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4; thence
PLACE: In the Lobby of the Courthouse,
330 Court Street, Eagle River, Wisconsin,
54521. NAME ____________________________ NO. OF WEEKS ________
Social Services
N89˚41'12"W, along the south line of the PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: Lot 1 of that
Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 and a Certified Survey Map recorded in Volume 17 ADDRESS_________________________ DATES ________________
northerly line of Country Club Subdivision,
497.93 feet to the place of beginning:
of Certified Surveys, Page 249, as Map No. Lillian Kerr by Rennes is looking for a motivated
Thence continuing along the south line of
4975, being a part of the Government Lot 1 of CITY, STATE, ZIP ___________________________________________ Social Worker to join our talented team! This per-
Section 18, Township 40 North, Range 5 East
the Northeast 1/4 of the Northwest 1/4 and a
northerly line of Country Club Subdivision
of the Fourth Principal Meridian, Township
of Lac du Flambeau, Vilas County, Wiscon-
Check enclosed  Check #___________ son will provide support to residents and families,
N89˚41'12"W, 30.00 feet to a 3/4" iron rod
Charge it to my:    and perform assessment at admission. Position will
sin. AND Lot 2 of that Certified Survey Map
which is located at the easterly end of Hos- recorded in Volume 17 of Certified Surveys, Visa MasterCard Discover
pital Road; thence N0˚18'48"E, along the East
end of Hospital Road, 60.00 feet to a 3/4" iron
Page 249, as Map No. 4975, being a part of the
Government Lot 1 of Section 18, Township 40 Credit Card No. ________ ________ ________ ________
also update change of condition and review,
rod on the northerly right of way line of Hos-
pital Road; thence N89˚41'12"W, along the
North, Range 5 East of the Fourth Principal and update plan of care as well as plan dis-
Meridian, Township of Lac du Flambeau, Signature ______________________________ Expires __________
northerly right of way line of Hospital Road
53.43 feet to a point on the west line of the
Vilas County, Wisconsin. charge.
ADDRESS: 2196 To To Tom Lane, Lac Du Category __________________ (example: FOR SALE, FOR RENT, etc.)
exception described in the deed recorded in Flambeau, WI 54538
Vol. 319, on Page 639; thence N0˚18'48"E, TAX KEY: 010-1182 (2009), 010-1238-04 Ad _______________________________________________________
BSW preferred and/or equivalent experience in
along said west line, 303.00 feet to a point on
the southerly line of a discontinued street
(2010) and 010-1238-05 (2010)
Dated this 7th day of October 2010.
long-term care. Long-term care work experience
recorded in Vol. 887, Page 664; thence __________________________________________________________
S89˚41'12"E, along said southerly line, 83.43
John Niebuhr, Vilas County Sheriff
Cummisford, Acevedo & Associates, LLC
a plus. We offer paid vacation, sick time and
feet to a point on the east line of the south Attorney for Plaintiff __________________________________________________________ 401(k).
363.00 feet of a parcel described in Vol. 154, Mark R. Cummisford, State Bar # 1034906
on page 189 thence; S0˚18'48"W, along said 6508 South 27th Street, Suite # __________________________________________________________
east line, 363.00 the place of beginning.
Also that portion of the south 30.00 feet of
Oak Creek, WI 53154 Please apply to
414-761-1700 __________________________________________________________
the previously discontinued street recorded
in Vol. 887, Page 664 which abuts the above
Cummisford, Acevedo & Associates, LLC is or check out our website at
described parcel to the north.
the creditor’s attorney and is attempting to __________________________________________________________
collect a debt on its behalf. Any information
Said parcels contain 0.68 acres. obtained will be used for that purpose.
/s/ Gerald B. Inman Don’t forget phone number (or address in ad if necessary). 4081 EOE
Registered Land Surveyer #S-891
Dated this 9th day of November, 2010 WNAXLP
(715) 546-3666 THREE LAKES
7771 HWY. X, THREE LAKES, WI 54562

Three Lakes Group seeks entries
School Menu
Beef burrito
for 1st Light Parade
Lettuce The Three Lakes Business organizers of the event.
Pineapple tidbits Chain welcomes area busi- Several organizations have
TUESDAY, NOV. 23 nesses, organizations and already committed to making
Chicken patty community members to join a float for the parade, but
Garlic-mashed potatoes in the first Light Parade to more entries are being
Carrot coins take place Friday, Nov. 26, at 6 sought, according to Kerns.
p.m. in downtown Three “Putting together an entry
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24 Lakes. requires little more than
No school Lighted floats and other lights and an energy source,
THURSDAY, NOV. 25 entries will be escorted down such as a small generator or
No school Superior Street from the batteries,” she said. “Entries
FRIDAY, NOV. 26 Three Lakes Winery down to are not limited to floats. Deco-
No school the gazebo at Cy Williams rated cars, trucks, wagons,
Park near the chamber office, bikes and even individuals or
where Santa Claus will greet pets in lighted costumes are
children and gather their also invited to march in the
Christmas wishes. Carolers parade. With a little imagina-
will lead participants in song, tion, some very creative en-
and Christmas cookies will be tries are possible.”
Three Lakes available. Interested parties should
“The chamber is no longer show up at the Three Lakes
Senior Citizen able to host the annual Three High School parking lot at
Nutrition Menu Current Three Lakes students gave tours of the School graduating classes of 1959-’62 during Lakes Festival of Lights that 5:30 p.m., where they will be
school to members of the Three Lakes High their reunion weekend. --Contributed Photo traditionally kicks off our lined up and escorted to the
Reservations and cancel- Christmas season, so the busi- starting point of the parade.
lations must be made 24
hours in advance. Phone
Diana Kern, site manager,
at (715) 546-2959.
Classes of 1959-’62 hold reunion ness chain volunteered to orga-
nize a new event that we hope
will become a popular tradition
For more information, con-
tact Pat Brainard at First Na-
tional Bank in Three Lakes at
A reunion for the Three with each member of the re- school hosted by current for area families and a great (715) 546-2413, or Kris Ander-
THURSDAY, NOV. 18 Lakes High School graduating union committee making a Honor Society members. Some way to celebrate the season,” son at Used Books, Cards and
Chicken breast classes of 1959-’62 was recent- few comments about his or former students also went to a said Denise Kerns, one of the More at (715) 546-2555.
with lemon butter
ly held at the Reiter Center. her class and introducing Bluejays football game Friday
Oven-browned potatoes
Mixed salad While the four classes were those classmates present.” night and then went to Black
Whole-grain bread comprised of 30 or fewer stu- The committee set up a Forest Pub & Grille for a fish
Pudding dents, there were 104 people table for each year and had fry.
in attendance at the reunion, pictures, memorabilia, annu- “We did gather information
MONDAY, NOV. 22 including spouses and guests. als and more displayed, as on our classmates prior to the
Beefy macaroni casserole
Alumni traveled from sev- well as a remembrance at reunion and put it all into a
Green salad
Pears eral states across the nation, each table for deceased mem- database by class year,” said
Raisin bread including Illinois, Wyoming, bers of that particular class. Olkowski. “We then printed
Dusted brownie Mississippi, Texas, Illinois, “Feedback from 99% of the out sample copies for the table
Oregon, Montana, Arizona attendees indicated they en- and are providing electronic
TUESDAY, NOV. 23 and Florida, as well as Wis- joyed the laid-back and infor- copies to all who requested
Sliced turkey breast
consin. mal socialization, as many of such.”
Mashed potatoes “We had no entertainment, us had not seen one another
and light gravy
other than period background
music, as most people wanted
for close to 50 years,” said
Library Friends
Cranberry sauce
Pumpkin bar
to socialize and chat,” said
alumnus John Olkowski. “We
On the day before the re-
union, the former Three Lakes
plan book sale
kept the program very short, students had a tour of the
and luncheon
The Friends of the Dem-
mer Library will hold its
monthly used book sale Sat-
urday, Nov. 27, from 9 a.m. to
noon in the lower level of
Demmer Memorial Library in FIRST PLACE — The first-place team in the 19th annual Three
Three Lakes. Lakes women’s traveling three-person pool tournament was
The sale is an opportunity Kangaroo K’s from Marion. Team members included, from left,
for community members to Mary Lachelt, Jessica Lewis and Shawn Gretzinger.
shop for gently used books --Contributed Photos
during the Thanksgiving
weekend. This also is an op-
portunity for seasonal resi-
dents to go through their
books and make a donation to
the Friends by dropping them
off at Three Lakes Pharmacy
or Baker’s Three Lakes Foods.
Membership in the Friends
is open to anyone who is in-
terested in the success of the
public library.
There will be no Friends
meeting in December, but the
annual Christmas luncheon
will be held Monday, Dec. 6, at
Oneida Village Inn beginning
with an 11:30 a.m. social
hour. A choice of either stuffed
haddock or stuffed pork chop
will be offered for $13.50, in-
cluding tax and tip. To make
reservations, call Jan Hintz
at (715) 546-2712 by Nov. 30.
WINERY DONATES — Three Lakes Winery Three Lakes Winery for a total donation of $500 There will be an optional $5 SECOND PLACE — The second-place team in the women’s
hosted cranberry marsh and winery tours in con- to the Three Lakes Fire Department. Karla An- ornament exchange. pool tournament that attracted 21 teams was Duffy’s Divas of
junction with the fire department auxiliary during derson of the Three Lakes Winery presented the For more information, call Oconto and Green Bay. Team members included, from left,
Pumpkin Fest. The tours generated $395 in ad- check to Chief Herb Stuckart of the Three Lakes Sarah Ewing, Friends presi- Yvonne Lade, Jaye Anderson and Dianne Duffy.
mission fees. These were then increased by Fire Department. --Contributed Photo dent, at 546-8124.

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news and views. As the new or you can visit us at
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afford us.
(S. 120.06(6)(B), Wis. Stats.)
The Three Lakes News “King of the Water” Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the School District
P.O. Box 1929, Eagle River, WI 54521 715-479-4421 2372 of Three Lakes that a School Board Election will be held on Tuesday,
April 5, 2011, to fill the expiring term of Randy Ingram, beginning
April 25, 2011, and expiring April 2014.

An elector desiring to be a candidate for a position on the School
Board must file a campaign registration statement and a declaration
TOWN OF THREE LAKES of candidacy at the Board of Education Office, 6930 West School
Street, Three Lakes, WI 54562, between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and
Seeking Volunteer Airport Manager to oversee the operation 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, mailed to the address noted above,
and maintenance of the Three Lakes Airport. A background or filed personally with the School District Clerk, prior to 5:00 p.m.
in general aviation preferred. Please submit résumé to the on Tuesday, January 4, 2011.
Three Lakes Town Offices no later than November 30, 2010. Dated this 9th day of November 2010
A two-year appointment will be brought for approval at a /s/ Tom Rulseh, Clerk
regular Town Board meeting. 3496 3482 Board of Education

PUBLIC NOTICES The Reliable Professionals Since 1978! KFREE ESTIMATES
(One Week, 11/17/10)
N75°33'21"W, 283.14 feet; N85°53'04"W, 219.91 Defendants.
______________________________________________ OCWEN LOAN SERVICING, LLC, AS SER- • Tree Trimming and Removal We currently have
feet to an iron pipe and S86°53'42"W, 362.00 VICER FOR U.S. BANK, NA, AS TRUSTEE
Amending section 58
feet to an iron pipe and the PLACE OF BE- NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE
______________________________________________ FOR THE REGISTERED HOLDERS OF • Hazardous Tree & Technical Removals openings for Fall
GINNING; thence continuing along said MASTR ASSET BACKED SECURITIES
OFFENSES & Northerly right of way line S84°35'00"W, By virtue of and pursuant to a judgment of TRUST 2006-AM3, MORTGAGE PASS- • Storm Damage Clean-Up 2010 clean-ups.
MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS 281.80 feet to an iron pipe; thence foreclosure filed on June 10, 2009, I will sell THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-
DELETE Sec. 58-3 (b)(5). N20°00'00"W, 303.27 feet to an iron pipe on at public auction on the front steps of the AM3,
• Power Stump Removal Call today for
(5) Disposal of deer at the airport as autho- Vilas County Courthouse, 330 Court Street, scheduling.
rized by the State Department of Natural Re-
the left bank of the Wisconsin River; thence
in the City of Eagle River, in said county, on:
Plaintiff, • Lake View Improvement
S71°23'37"E, 384.40 feet along said left bank Vs
sources. to an iron pipe; thence S8°22'00"E, 137.19 feet DATE: December 9, 2010 SCOTT L. BEST, et al. • “German Forestry” Woodlot Clean-Up Prompt and Courteous Service
ADD: Sec. 58-3(b)(5). Removal of Wildlife to the Place of Beginning. TIME: 2:00 P.M. Defendants.
Hazards at the airport as authorized and Including all lands lying between the me- all of the following described mortgaged ______________________________________________ • Fertilizing and Pesticide Applications
permitted by the Wisconsin Department of ander line and the water’s edge. premises, to wit: NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE
Natural Resources, United States Depart- Lot Six (6) of that certified survey map ______________________________________________ Dennis Blow - Certified Arborist
ment of Agriculture Animal and Plant Eagle River, WI 54521-8040 recorded in Volume 12 of Certified Surveys, PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a cell: (715) 892-0470
Health Inspection Service, and the Depart- DATED: October 27, 2010 Page 70 as Map No. 3393 being a part of the judgment of foreclosure entered on Febru-
ment of the Interior United States Fish and Gray & Associates, L.L.P. Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter ary 19, 2010 in the amount of $122,757.96, the (715) 356 -7311
Wildlife Service. Attorneys for Plaintiff and the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Sheriff will sell the described premises at
Dated this 11th day of November, 2010
16345 West Glendale Drive Quarter, Section One, Township Forty-three public auction as follows: INC. 7560 Poplar Drive, Minocqua, WI 54548 #WI-0466
New Berlin, WI 53151-2841 North, Range Six East of the Fourth Princi- TIME: January 4, 2011 at 2:00 p.m.
/s/ DEBRA A. BROWN, CLERK/TREASUR- (414) 224-8404 pal Meridian, Presque Isle Township, Vilas TERMS: 1. 10% down in cash or money
ER Gray & Associates, L.L.P. is attempting to County, Wisconsin. order at the time of sale; balance due within
Date adopted: 11-9-10 collect a debt on our client’s behalf and any Address: 8071 Bow Road 10 days of confirmation of sale; failure to pay
Date published: 11-16-10 information obtained will be used for that TERMS OF SALE: Cash, with a minimum balance due will result in forfeit of deposit to
Date effective: 11-16-10 purpose. If you have previously received a deposit for down payment of not less than plaintiff. 2. Sold "as is" and subject to all legal
discharge in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case,
this communication should not be construed
$10,000, required at the time of Sheriff’s sale
by cash, money order, Cashier’s Check or
liens and encumbrances.
PLACE: Lobby of the Vilas County Court-
as an attempt to hold you personally liable certified check made payable to the Vilas
County Clerk of Circuit Court, and the bal-
house located at 330 Court Street, Eagle TOWN OF CLOVERLAND
for the debt. River, Wisconsin 54521
_____________ 3480 ance of the sale price to be paid upon confir- DESCRIPTION: ALL THAT PARCEL OF
mation of sale by the Court. This property to LAND IN TOWNSHIP 40 NORTH, VILAS A Public Hearing will be held at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Dec.
(Two Weeks, 11/10-11/17/10)
WNAXLP be sold “AS IS” and subject to any and all COUNTY, STATE OF WISCONSIN, AS MORE 1, 2010, preceding the December board meeting, to consider adop-
delinquent real estate taxes, plus accrued in- FULLY DESCRIBED IN DEED VOLUME
Small Claims _____________ terest, and real estate taxes for the year of 1294, PAGE 09, ID# 024-2166, BEING KNOWN tion of an Ordinance for emergency payment of bills not to exceed
sale, and any special assessments, if any. AND DESIGNATED AS LOT 76, TIMBER-
Publication Summons
And Notice (Three Weeks, 11/3-11/17/10) Purchaser to pay transfer return fee. GATE $500 and an Ordinance to waive tax collection bond for treasurer.
STATE OF WISCONSIN /s/ John Niebuhr PROPERTY ADDRESS: 8145 Timber Lane,
Case No. 10SC919 Millie Ritzer, Clerk
______________________________________________ CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Sheriff John Niebuhr Saint Germain, WI 54558 3495
Crossroads USA Auto Sales — PROBATE — O’Brien, Anderson, Burgy, TAX KEY NO.: 024-2166
P.O. Box 636 Order Limiting Time for & Garbowicz, L.L.P. Dated this 11th day of November 2010
1900 N. Stevens St. Filing Claims and Attorneys for Plaintiff /s/ John Niebuhr
Rhinelander, WI 54501 Determination of Heirship PO Box 639 Sheriff of Vilas County
Plaintiff, (Formal Administration) Eagle River, WI 54521 Scott D Nabke
-vs- Case No. 10 PR 57 Pursuant to the Fair Debt Collection Prac- State Bar # 1037979
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF tice Act (15 U.S.C. Section 1692), we are re- Blommer Peterman, S.C.
Notice of Spring Election
Aundrea Burgoyne
309 Wall St. CAROLINE HARTL ALLEN. quired to state that we are attempting to col- 165 Bishops Way
P.O. Box 2 A petition has been filed for administra- lect a debt on our client’s behalf and any in- Brookfield, WI 53005
Eagle River, WI 54521 tion and determination of heirship of the formation we obtain will be used for that 262-790-5719
Defendants. decedent, whose date of birth was Nov. 20, purpose. Please go to Town of Washington
______________________________________________ 1912 and date of death was April 6, 2003. The 3398 to obtain the bid for this sale.
Blommer Peterman, S.C. is the creditor's April 5, 2011
Publication Summons and Notice of Filing
decedent died domiciled in Vilas County,
State of Wisconsin, with a post office address
WNAXLP attorney and is attempting to collect a debt
of: 10075 Big Muskellunge Lake Rd., Boulder on its behalf.
You are being sued by the person(s) named Junction, WI 54512. _____________ Any information obtained will be used for NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at an election to be held in the
above as Plaintiff(s). A copy of the claim has IT IS ORDERED THAT: (Six Weeks, 11/17-12/22/10) the purpose. Town of Washington, on Tuesday, April 5, 2011, the following offices
been sent to you at your address as stated in 1. Creditors’ claims must be filed with the STATE OF WISCONSIN (203596)
the caption above. court on or before February 11, 2011. CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY 3490 are to be elected to succeed the present incumbents listed. The term
The lawsuit will be heard in the following 2. Heirship will be determined on the date Case No.: 09 CV 383
______________________________________________ WNAXLP for all offices is for two years beginning on Tuesday, April 12, 2011.
Small Claims court: Oneida County Court- set for hearing on the final account.
Telephone Number of Clerk of Court: 715- /s/ Honorable Neal A. Nielsen III Office Incumbent
Circuit Court Judge Town Board Chairperson James Spring
Courtroom/Room Number: 3rd floor court-
Attorney Steven C. Garbowicz
Give the Gift of Life . . . Town Board Supervisor Keith Numrich
Town Board Supervisor David Alleman
Address: 1 S. Oneida Ave.
Address: P.O. Box 400
City: Rhinelander; State WI; Zip 54501
P.O. Box 639
Eagle River, WI 54521
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Donate Blood Town Clerk Michele Sanborn
on the following date and time: 3456 Town Treasurer Lanae Slizewski
Date: 11-24-2010
Time: 10:00 a.m.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that the first day to circulate nomi-
If you do not attend the hearing, the court
may enter a judgment against you in favor of _____________ BANKRUPTCY nation papers is December 1, 2010, and the final day for filing nom-
the person(s) suing you. A copy of the claim
(Six Weeks, 10/27-12/1/10) CREDIT CARD DEBT, MEDICAL BILLS, DEBTS ination papers is 5:00 p.m., on Tuesday, January 4, 2011, in the of-
has been sent to you at your address as stat-
ed in the caption above. A judgment may be
enforced as provided by law. A judgment Chapter 7 Bankruptcy may be your answer for relief from financial problems.
Case No. 07-CV-87
awarding money may become a lien against ______________________________________________
any real estate you own now or in the future, Phone us for a free initial consultation. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that if a primary is necessary, the
First Horizon Home Loans a division of
and may also be enforced by garnishment or First Tennessee Bank National Association CIRILLI LAW OFFICES, S.C. primary will be held on Tuesday, February 15, 2011.
seizure of property. f/k/a First Horizon Home Loan Corporation,
You may have the option to Answer with- Plaintiff, 116 E. Davenport St., P.O. Box 159, Rhinelander, WI 54501-0159 Done in the Town of Washington
out appearing in court on the court date by v. Phone: (715) 369-3443 Toll-Free: 1-(888) 844-3443
filing a written Answer with the clerk of John D. Popenhagen a/k/a John Popenhagen, [Our office is a debt-relief agency that helps people file bankruptcy for relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code]
on November 12, 2010.
court before the court date. You must send a Michelle R. Popenhagen a/k/a Michelle
copy of your Answer to the Plaintiff(s)
named above at their address. You may con-
Popenhagen, Citifinancial, Inc., Sacred Heart 3487 /s/ Michele Sanborn, Clerk
St. Mary’s Hospital, Wisconsin Public Service
tact the clerk of court at the telephone num- a/k/a WI Public Service Corporation, Marshfield
ber above to determine if there are other Clinic, MRC Receivables Corp. and Currahee
methods to answer a Small Claims complaint Financial, LLC,
in that county.
/s/ P. Vaughn, Plaintiff
______________________________________________ NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
If you need help in this matter because of
a disability, please call: 715-369-6120.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a
judgment of foreclosure entered on May 15,
WNAXLP 2007 in the amount of $136,997.60, the Sheriff Town of Lincoln
will sell the described premises at public
auction as follows:
Eagle River Union Airport April 5, 2011
_____________ TIME: December 13, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. 1311 Airport Road
(Six Weeks, 11/17-12/22/10)
TERMS: Pursuant to said judgment, 10% of
the successful bid must be paid to the sheriff
Eagle River,WI NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at an election to be held in
at the sale in cash, cashier’s check or certi- the town of Lincoln on Tuesday, April 5, 2011, the following of-
fied funds, payable to the clerk of courts
Case No. 10-CV-230
______________________________________________ (personal checks cannot and will not be ac-
The Eagle River Airport Commission is considering petitioning the State of fices are to be elected to succeed the present incumbents list-
Fifth Third Mortgage Company cepted). The balance of the successful bid Wisconsin, Department of Transportation, for state and federal aid to un- ed. The term for all offices is for two years beginning on Tues-
must be paid to the clerk of courts in cash,
cashier’s check or certified funds no later dertake the following development at the Eagle River Union Airport: day, April 12, 2011.
Donna M. Weinfurt, Richard J. Weinfurt and than ten days after the court’s confirmation
M&I Marshall & Ilsley Bank of the sale or else the 10% down payment is
– Snow Removal Equipment (SRE) OFFICE INCUMBENT
Defendants. forfeited to the plaintiff. The property is sold
______________________________________________ ‘as is’ and subject to all liens and encum- – Snow Equipment Attachments: loader, blower, sweeper Town Board Chairperson Dick Stoegbauer
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE brances. Town Board Supervisor #1 James R. Croker
______________________________________________ PLACE: On the front steps of the Vilas – Mowing Equipment
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a County Courthouse, Eagle River. – and any necessary related work Town Board Supervisor #3 Brian V. Uttech
judgment of foreclosure entered on Septem- DESCRIPTION: The South 200 feet of the
ber 24, 2010 in the amount of $234,353.84 the East 215 feet of the NE 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of Town Clerk/Treasurer Shelly D. Sauvola
Sheriff will sell the described premises at Section 22, Township 40 North, Range 6 East, Notice is hereby given that the Eagle River Airport Commission will hold a
public auction as follows: Arbor Vitae Township, Vilas County, Wiscon- NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that the first day to circulate
TIME: January 5, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. sin, LYING WEST of the Town Road. public hearing at the Eagle River Airport Terminal on Tuesday, November 30,
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1837 North Farm- nomination papers is December 1, 2010, and the final day for
TERMS: Pursuant to said judgment, 10% of 2010, at 5:00 p.m. in Eagle River,Wisconsin.
the successful bid must be paid to the sheriff ing Road, Woodruff, WI 54568
filing nomination papers is 5:00 p.m., on Tuesday, January 4,
at the sale in cash, cashier’s check or certi-
fied funds, payable to the clerk of courts Attorneys for Plaintiff
All interested persons are invited to attend and present their views on the 2011, in the office of the town clerk.
(personal checks cannot and will not be ac- 16345 West Glendale Drive
cepted). The balance of the successful bid New Berlin, WI 53151 need for the proposed airport development. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that if a primary is necessary,
must be paid to the clerk of courts in cash, Gray & Associates, L.L.P. is attempting to
cashier’s check or certified funds no later collect a debt on our client’s behalf and any the primary will be held on Tuesday, February 15, 2011.
than ten days after the court’s confirmation information obtained will be used for that Parking for people with disabilities and an accessible entrance are available
of the sale or else the 10% down payment is purpose. If you have previously received a
discharge in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case, near the Eagle River Airport Terminal. Please call Robert P. Hom, Done in the town of Lincoln,
forfeited to the plaintiff. The property is sold
‘as is’ and subject to all liens and encum- this communication should not be construed Airport Manager, at (715) 479-7442 in advance of the hearing to make spe- on November 12, 2010.
as an attempt to hold you personally liable
PLACE: On the front steps of the Vilas for the debt. cific accessibility requests. 3492 /s/ Shelly D. Sauvola, Town Clerk
County Courthouse, Eagle River. 3401
A parcel of land being a part of Govern-
WNAXLP Robert P. Hom
ment Lot 5, Section 20, Township 40 North, Airport Manager
Range 10 East, City of Eagle River, Vilas
County, Wisconsin and being more particu-
_____________ Eagle River Union Airport
larly described as follows:
Commencing at the Northeast corner of
(Six Weeks, 10/13-11/17/10) NOTICE OF PUBLIC BUDGET HEARING
said Section 20 being marked by a Vilas CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Published in the Vilas County News-Review FOR THE TOWN OF LINCOLN
County monument; thence S 0°37'15"E, Case No. 09 CV 77 Date: November 17, 2010 3603
2166.08 feet along the East line of said Sec- ______________________________________________
tion 20; thence S47°44'15"W, 1052.87 feet to an Headwaters State Bank, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Thursday, December 2, 2010, at
iron pipe on the Northerly right of way line Plaintiff,
of the City Road; thence along said Norther- vs. 6:30 p.m. at the Lincoln Town Hall, a PUBLIC HEARING on the PRO-
ly right of way line S46°16' 24"W, 321.00 feet Philip C. Harris, POSED BUDGET of the town of Lincoln will be held. The proposed bud-
to an iron pipe; S63°00'52"W, 56.70 feet to an Dana L. Harris f/k/a Dana L. Nanni,
iron pipe; S88°21'23"W, 58.73 feet to an iron Union Savings Bank,
get in detail is available for inspection at the Town Hall (1205 Sundstein
pipe; N79°09'46"W, 26.71 feet to an iron pipe; and Associated Bank, N.A.,
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL, COUNTY EXECUTIVE Road, Eagle River, Wis.) from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday through Fri-
day. The following is a summary of the proposed Budget:
Give the gift that never goes out of style… STATE OF WISCONSIN
APRIL 5, 2011
Licenses 11,658.00 19,231.00 8,970.00
Vilas County }
VILAS Gifts & Grants 212,950.00 207,954.00 207,244.00
Government Accountability Board } Misc. Revenues 14,390.00 16,142.00 10,670.00
General Funds Applied 116,000.00 0.00 100,000.00
Don’t know what to buy for some SPRING ELECTION TOTAL REVENUES 419,876.00 304,645.00 381,884.00
of the people on your Christmas NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at an election to be held in the sever- EXPENDITURES
list? Why not give them the gift of al towns, villages, cities, wards and election districts of the State of Wis- General Government 185,591.00 196,029.00 204,660.00
news? The newspaper is one pres- consin, on Tuesday, April 5, 2011, the following officers are to be elected: Protection of Person & Property 131,081.00 118,214.00 120,645.00
ent they’ll never grow tired of. Health, Welfare & Sanitation 38,228.00 37,458.00 25,500.00
Education & Recreation 40,000.00 40,000.00 43,469.00
Order by calling (715) 479-4421. ONE JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT, for the term of ten Transportation 244,240.00 192,568.00 334,010.00
years, to succeed the present incumbent listed, whose term of office will Economic Development 59,639.00 55,919.00 50,000.00
expire on July 31, 2011: Unclassified 27,000.00 27,000.00 27,000.00
GIFT SUBSCRIPTION ORDER FORM David T. Prosser Jr. Outlay 38,746.00 2,000.00 4,000.00
 Vilas County News-Review  The Three Lakes News ONE COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE, for the term of six years, to TOTAL EXPENDITURES 764,525.00 669,188.00 809,284.00
 $50 Vilas & Oneida counties  New subscription succeed the present incumbent listed, whose terms of office will expire on NOTE: Column headed 2010 Actual is total of 9 months actual and 3
 $57 Elsewhere in Wisconsin  Renewal July 31, 2011: months estimated.
 $68 Out of Wisconsin District III Gregory A. Peterson PROPERTY TAXES LEVIED 402,000.00 415,000.00 427,400.00
For: Print the address as you want it to appear on mailing list. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that the first day to circulate nomi- LEVY IS $12,400.00 OVER last year — a 2.99% INCREASE.
Name _____________________________________________________ nation papers is December 1, 2010, and the final day for filing nomination
Address ___________________________________________________
papers is 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 4, 2011. Candidates for Supreme NOTICE OF SPECIAL TOWN MEETING
Court, Court of Appeals and Circuit Court judicial offices file with the OF THE ELECTORS OF THE TOWN OF LINCOLN
City __________________________ State _________ ZIP __________ Government Accountability Board.
Would you like a gift card sent?  Yes  No NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that if a primary is necessary, the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT on Thursday, December 2, 2010, im-
mediately following completion of the public hearing on the proposed bud-
Christmas gift card  OR regular gift card  primary will be held on Tuesday, February 15, 2011. get which begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Town Hall, a Special Town Meeting of
DONE in the City of Madison, the Electors called pursuant to Section 60.12(1)(c) of the Wisconsin
How should card be signed? From: _____________________________
Statutes by the Town Board for the following purposes will be held:
Do you want to be billed next year?  Yes  No this 10th day of November 2010.
1. To approve the elected officials’ salaries for the April 2011-2013
/s/ Kevin J. Kennedy, Director and General Counsel
If “yes,” include your name and complete address: term pursuant to Section 60.32 of the Wisconsin Statutes.
Government Accountability Board
__________________________________________________________ 212 East Washington Avenue, 3rd Floor 2. To adopt the 2010 town tax levy to be paid in 2011 pursuant to Sec-
__________________________________________________________ P.O. Box 7984 tion 60.10(1)(a) of the Wisconsin Statutes.
Madison, WI 53707-7984 3. To authorize the Town Board to obtain short-term loan not to ex-
__________________________________________________________ ceed $150,000 in case of emergency.
Credit Card # _____ _____ _____ _____ Expires_________________ DONE in the City of Eagle River, A Special Meeting of the Town Board will be held at the Town Hall imme-
this 12th day of November 2010. diately following the Special Town Meeting of the Electors to adopt the
2011 budget.
Signature ___________________________________ /s/ David R. Alleman, Vilas County Clerk
Send payments to:
330 Court St. DATED this 10th day of November 2010.
Vilas County News-Review, P.O. Box 1929, Eagle River, WI 54521 Eagle River, WI 54521
3489 715-479-3600 3493
/s/ Shelly D. Sauvola, Town Clerk/Treasurer
(715) 545-4008 PHELPS gifford112288
2462 ST. LOUIS RD., PHELPS, WI 54554

Community briefs:
Snow people sought
The Phelps Women’s Club is seeking business owners
and individuals to join in making a snowperson gallery
in the Phelps lakefront park area in time for the arrival
of Santa Claus Friday, Dec. 3. Snowpeople may be made
from any type of material and be of any size.

Military addresses needed
Phelps American Legion Post 548 and Auxiliary are
updating addresses for military personnel from the
Phelps area. To confirm, change or add a new name, call
Donna Lepisto at (715) 545-2673 of Marianne Schofield
at 545-2570.

ELEANOR There will be no charge.
The library will be closed
ELLIS Thursday and Friday, Nov. 25
PUBLIC and 26.
LIBRARY Library hours are Mon-
days, Tuesdays, Thursdays
PHELPS, WI 54554
and Fridays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.;
VETERANS HONORED — Phelps recognized those who
Wednesdays, 2 to 6 p.m.; and
have served in the Armed Forces during a Veterans Day pro- The newly released movie
Saturdays, 10 a.m. to noon.
gram at school last Thursday. Area veterans, above, posed for “Disney’s A Christmas Carol”
Contact the library at (715)
a group photo. At right, fifth-grade students talked to veteran will be shown at the library
545-2887 or
George Schofield. Below, veteran Milon Hutchinson and his Saturday, Nov. 20, at 10 a.m.
wife, Mary, told resident Bud Petrick (left) about his time serv- The movie is a retelling of
ing this country. --Photos By Sharon Gifford Charles Dickens’ classic story, US O E

starring Jim Carrey and rated

PG. Run time is 96 minutes.
The movie is free of charge and
the public is welcome to attend.
An Afternoon at the Movies
will be held Tuesday, Nov. 30,
at 1 p.m. The movie “Knight For your
and Day,” starring Tom Cruise ONLINE SUBSCRIPTION
and Cameron Diaz, will be go to
shown. It is rated PG-13. Pop-
corn and coffee will be served.

APRIL 5, 2011
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at an election to be
held in the town of Phelps on Tuesday, April 5, 2011, the fol-
lowing offices are to be elected to succeed the present incum-
bents listed. The term for all offices is for two years beginning
on Tuesday, April 12, 2011.
Phelps Senior
Citizen Nutrition
Senior center to host outings BIRTHDAY
Town Board Chairperson
Peter Albrecht
Town Board Supervisor Donna Brand
Center Menu GREETING ADS Town Board Supervisor Steve Waier
The Phelps Senior Center Bus rates have been 1 col. x 3 inches Town Clerk/Treasurer Marjorie Hiller
Aspirus Lillian Kerr has planned the following changed to $7 for trips to
Healthcare Center outings: Wausau, Green Bay, Appleton
21 Constable
Phelps Sanitary District Treasurer
Patrick Brown
Leo R. Petrick
Meals for seniors (60+) are — shopping at Fox River and Antigo; $5 for Rhine- with picture
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, the first day for circulat-
served Mondays, Wednesdays Mall in Appleton Thursday,
Nov. 18, $7, leaving at 7 a.m.;
lander; $2 for Eagle River; $1
for the food pantry; and $10
24 ing nomination papers is December 1, 2010, and the deadline
and Fridays at noon. Make
reservations 24 hours in ad- and for trips of 100 miles or more. for filing nomination papers is not later than 5:00 p.m. on
Deadline Monday noon Tuesday, January 4, 2011, in the Phelps Town Clerk’s Office,
vance to Sandy Mutter at — Baypark Square in For trip reservations, call for Wednesday’s News-Review.
(715) 545-3983. Green Bay Thursday, Dec. 2, Sharon Peterson at (715) 477- 4495 Town Hall Road, Phelps, Wisconsin.
Home-delivered meals avail- Due payable in advance.
$7, leaving at 7 a.m. and 1611. MasterCard & Visa accepted. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that if a primary is neces-
able, based on eligibility. — shopping in Antigo The next regular senior sary, the primary will be held on Tuesday, February 15, 2011.
Thursday, Dec. 9, $7, leaving club meeting will be Monday, VILAS COUNTY
DONE in the town of Phelps
Double-coated chicken at 9 a.m.
Cost of food for all trips is
Nov. 22, at 1 p.m. at the senior
center. Call (715) 545-3983 for
NEWS-REVIEW this 13th day of November 2010
Sweet potatoes 425 W. Mill St., Eagle River
Peas the responsibility of the par- lunch reservations 24 hours (715) 479-4421 3491 /s/ Marjorie Hiller, Clerk/Treasurer
Dark green salad ticipant. prior to the meeting.
Lemon blueberry cake

Potato nuggets SEC. 120.06(6)(b)
Monte Carlo vegetables
Notice is hereby given to qualified electors of the School District of
Vilas County News-Review & present
Spiced apple rings
on dark greens Phelps that a school board election will be held Tuesday, April 5, 2011,
to fill the following positions:

2011 Health &
Peach fluff
Randy Samuelson – incumbent
Ham in gravy Mark Grmick – incumbent
Baked potato An elector desiring to be a candidate for a position on the school board

Fitness Challenge
Sour cream may obtain a “Sworn Declaration of Candidacy” at the Phelps School
Cream-style corn Office, 4451 Old School Road, Phelps, WI 54554, between the hours
Dark green salad of 8:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Monday through Friday or from the
Cherry poke cake School District Clerk, Mark Grmick, prior to 5:00 p.m., Tuesday, Jan-
uary 4, 2011.
Milk, coffee, tea, bread and
butter are served with
all meals.
Dated this 17th day of November 2010.
Mark Grmick Make weight loss
3481 District Clerk
one of your
Hunters supper New Year’s
to be held Nov. 20
Phelps Congregational
Church will host its annual
hunters supper at the church
Saturday, Nov. 20, from 5 to 7 You could be chosen to be one
p.m. The church is located on
Highway 17 in Phelps. of the six participants in the
The family-style meal will
include meatballs, potatoes
Let us do all the running.
2011 Health & Fitness Challenge.
and gravy, a vegetable,
coleslaw and pie. To register, send us a letter in 300 words or less telling us why you would like
Donations will be accepted to lose weight and feel great. Include a picture in PDF or JPG format and
at the door of $10 for adults e-mail it to:, Attn: Madeline, or drop it off at our office.
and $5 for children younger
than 10. There will be no
charge for children younger Call 715-479-4421 Participants must commit to a 12-week program and be willing to have their
than 5. For more information, progress documented (actual weight not published). All participants will be
call (715) 545-2661. provided with nutritional counseling and fitness training. Must be 16 years of
age or older. Winner will receive an array of great prizes from many local

Open a page
businesses. All entries must be received
to the future… VILAS COUNTY
by Dec. 31, 2010.
Our newspapers offer us a wide variety of uncensored news
and views. As the new millennium progresses, let us take a
moment to reflect upon the importance of the role of news-
papers in our lives, and the rights they afford us.
P.O. Box 1929 • 425 W. Mill St.
Eagle River, WI 54521
NEWS-REVIEW The Three Lakes News
P.O. Box 1929, Eagle River, WI 54521 715-479-4421

_____________ Together with a non-exclusive easement to
_____________ JECT TO ALL LEGAL ENCUMBRANCES. Range Eight (8) East, of the Fourth Principal
forfeited to the plaintiff. The property is sold
(Six Weeks, 10/20-11/24/10) ‘as is’ and subject to all liens and encum- be shared with grantor, their heirs, succes- (Six Weeks, 10/13-11/17/10) TERMS OF SALE: CASH or CASHIER’s Meridian, Township of St. Germain, Vilas
STATE OF WISCONSIN brances. sors and assigns, 30 feet in width for ingress STATE OF WISCONSIN CHECK (10% downpayment at sale, balance County, Wisconsin, more particularly de-
CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY PLACE: On the front steps of the Vilas and egress, and utility purposes, which ease- CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY due within ten (10) days of Court approval). scribed as follows: Beginning at the iron
Case No. 10-CV-71 County Courthouse, Eagle River. ment lies West of and abuts the following de- Case No. 10-CV-218 DATED at Eagle River, Wisconsin, on stake marking the Southwest corner of the
______________________________________________ ______________________________________________
DESCRIPTION: Parcel 2A: scribed line: Commencing at the Northwest September 28, 2010. land conveyed by Deed recorded in Vilas
PNC Mortgage, FKA National City Mortgage, A Parcel of Land in Government Lot Four corner of Parcel 6A described herein; thence Wisconsin Housing and Economic /s/ John Niebuhr County records in Volume 107 Deeds, on page
a Division of PNC Bank, N.A. (4) in Section Eleven (11), Township Forty S 11 degrees 52' 41" E, 198.73 feet to the Development Authority, Sheriff of Vilas County, Wisconsin 632; thence Westerly along the North line of
Plaintiff, (40) North, Range Six (6) East of the Fourth PLACE OF BEGINNING of said line, marked assignee of M&I Marshall & Ilsley Bank, BASS & MOGLOWSKY, S.C., the Public Road 188 feet to an iron stake;
vs. Principal Meridian, in the Town of Arbor by a 1" iron pipe. Thence S 9 degrees 48' 26" E, Plaintiff, Attorneys for Plaintiff thence North 16° 26' West to an iron pipe on
Richard A. Tameling Vitae, Vilas County, Wisconsin, More Particu- 292.79 feet to a 1" iron pipe on the Westerly vs. The above property is located at 5436 the shore of Big St. Germain Lake; thence
Defendant. larly described as follows: Commencing at right of way line of a 66 foot wide private Devin C. Nier and Teresa M. Nier, Perch Lake Road, Eagle River, WI 54521. Easterly along the shore of Big St. Germain
the West One-Quarter Corner of Section 11, road, and there terminating. Said land being husband and wife; Bass & Moglowsky, S.C. is a law firm / debt Lake 300 feet to the Northwest corner of land
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Marked by a W.C.D. Brass Capped Iron Pipe; in the St. Germain Township, Vilas County, M&I Marshall & Ilsley Bank, collector representing a creditor in the col- conveyed by Deed recorded in said Volume
thence South 89 degrees 25 minutes East State of Wisconsin. Defendants. lection of a debt that you owe to said credi- 107 on page 632; thence South along the West
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a ______________________________________________
(Solar Bearing) 1292.1 feet to the Southwest PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1953 Antes Road, tor. We are attempting to collect such debt line of said tract described in Deed recorded
judgment of foreclosure entered on May 4, NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE and any information obtained from you will in Volume 107 on page 632 to the Point of Be-
Corner of Government Lot 4, a One-Eighth St. Germain, WI 54558 ______________________________________________
2010 in the amount of $151,342.81 the Sheriff be used for that purpose. ginning. Including the land lying between
Corner, Marked by an Iron Pipe, Witnessed GRAY & ASSOCIATES, L.L.P.
will sell the described premises at public By virtue of a judgment of foreclosure 3395 the lakeshore baseline and the water's edge.
by a 10 inch Double Oak Bearing South 70 16345 West Glendale Drive
auction as follows: made in the above-entitled action on Septem- Tax Key No. 24-1626
degrees East, 3.9 feet and by a 6 inch Maple New Berlin, WI 53151
TIME: December 6, 2010 at 2:00 p.m.
Bearing North 20 degrees East, 49.9 feet; (414) 224-1733
ber 16, 2010, I will sell at public auction in WNAXLP
TERMS: Pursuant to said judgment, 10% of the Vilas County Courthouse, located at 330 JECT TO ALL LEGAL ENCUMBRANCES.
thence North 0 degrees 31 minutes West, Attorneys for Plaintiff
the successful bid must be paid to the sheriff Court Street, Eagle River, WI 54521, on (Six Weeks, 10/20-11/24/10) TERMS OF SALE: CASH or CASHIER’s
175.0 feet along the West line of Government Gray & Associates, L.L.P. is attempting to
at the sale in cash, cashier’s check or certi- November 29, 2010 STATE OF WISCONSIN CHECK (10% downpayment at sale, balance
Lot 4 to an Iron Pipe; thence South 89 de- collect a debt on our client’s behalf and any
fied funds, payable to the clerk of courts at 2:00 p.m., all of the following described CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY due within ten (10) days of Court approval).
grees 20 minutes East, 527.2 feet to the Place information obtained will be used for that
(personal checks cannot and will not be ac- premises, to wit: Case No. 10-CV-225 DATED at Eagle River, Wisconsin, on Octo-
of Beginning, Marked by an Iron Pipe; purpose. If you have previously received a ______________________________________________
cepted). The balance of the successful bid A parcel of land in the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4, ber 11, 2010.
thence Continuing South 89 degrees 20 min- discharge in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case,
must be paid to the clerk of courts in cash, Section 25, Township 40 North, Range 9 East, M&I Marshall & Ilsley Bank, /s/ John Niebuhr
utes East, 203.0 feet to an Iron Pipe near the this communication should not be construed
cashier’s check or certified funds no later Cloverland Township, Vilas County, Wiscon- Plaintiff, Sheriff of Vilas County, Wisconsin
Westerly Shore of Little Spider Lake; thence as an attempt to hold you personally liable
than ten days after the court’s confirmation sin, more particularly described as follows: vs. BASS & MOGLOWSKY, S.C.,
North 26 degrees 45 minutes East, 100.0 feet for the debt.
of the sale or else the 10% down payment is Commencing at the Southeast corner of Sec- Brian E. Eliason and Mary C. Attorneys for Plaintiff
along the Lake to an Iron Pipe; thence North 3483
forfeited to the plaintiff. The property is tion 25; thence N 84° 00' W, 147.9 feet to an Eliason, husband and wife, The above property is located at 1562
81 degrees 17 minutes West, 300.0 feet to an
sold ‘as is’ and subject to all liens and encum- Iron Pipe; thence South 20 degrees 08 min- WNAXLP iron pipe on the North right-of-way line of Defendants.
______________________________________________ White Horse Lane, St. Germain, WI 54558.
brances. the Perch Lake Road; thence West along said Bass & Moglowsky, S.C. is a law firm / debt
utes East, 141.0 feet to the Place of Begin-
PLACE: On the front steps of the Vilas right-of-way line 569 feet to the Place of Be- NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE
County Courthouse, Eagle River
ning. Including the Land lying between the _____________ ginning of this description; thence continu- ______________________________________________ collector representing a creditor in the col-
Lakeshore Baseline and the Water’s Edge: lection of a debt that you owe to said credi-
DESCRIPTION: A parcel of land being a ing West along said right-of-way 200.00 feet; By virtue of a judgment of foreclosure tor. We are attempting to collect such debt
Parcel 2B: (Six Weeks, 11/17-12/22/10)
part of the Northwest 1/4, Southeast 1/4, Sec- thence North along a line parallel to the West made in the above-entitled action on Septem- and any information obtained from you will
A Parcel of Land in Government Lot Four STATE OF WISCONSIN
tion 32, Township 41 North, Range 8 East, line of the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 a distance of ber 7, 2010, I will sell at public auction in the be used for that purpose.
(4), in Section Eleven (11), Township Forty CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY
Town of Plum Lake, Vilas County, Wisconsin, 398.5 feet; thence East parallel with the Vilas County Courthouse, located at 330 3411
(40) North, Range Six (6) East of the Fourth Case No. 10-CV-162
and being more particularly described as fol- ______________________________________________ aforementioned right-of-way line, 200.0 feet; Court Street, Eagle River, WI 54521, on
Principal Meridian, in the Town of Arbor
lows: Commencing at the East 1/4 corner of Vitae, Vilas County, Wisconsin, More Particu- Wells Fargo Bank, NA
thence South parallel with the West line of December 10, 2010 WNAXLP
said Section 32 being marked by a Vilas the SE 1/4 of the SE 1/4, 398.5 feet to the Place at 2:00 p.m., all of the following described
larly described as follows: Commencing at Plaintiff,
County Monument; thence North 89° 25' 48" of Beginning. premises, to wit:
the West One-Quarter Corner of Section 11, vs.
West 2645.00 feet along the East-West 1/4 line
of said Section 32 to an iron rod marking the
Marked by a W.C.D. Brass Capped Iron Pipe; Brian J. Smith, Jane Doe Smith
Tax Key No. 6-661
Part of Government Lot One (1), Section
Thirty (30), Township Forty (40) North,
Rivers to the People™
thence South 89 degrees 25 minutes East a/k/a Jennifer Smith and Ohio Savings Bank
Northwest corner of said Northwest 1/4 - (Solar Bearing) 1292.1 feet to the Southwest
Southeast 1/4; thence South 0° 2' 50" West Defendants.
Corner of Government Lot 4, A One-Eighth ______________________________________________
952.92 feet along the West line of said North- Corner, Marked by an Iron Pipe, witnessed
west 1/4 - Southeast 1/4 to an iron pipe; NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
thence South 89° 57' 10" East 227.78 feet to an
iron pipe on the Westerly R/W line of a 66.00
by a 10 inch Double Oak Bearing South 70
degrees East, 3.9 feet and by a 6 inch Maple
Bearing North 20 degrees East, 49.9 feet;
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a
judgment of foreclosure entered on July 21,
foot wide private easement road; thence
along said Westerly R/W line South 18° 13' 51"
thence North 0 degrees 31 minutes West,
175.0 feet along the West line of Government
2010 in the amount of $279,282.69 the Sheriff
will sell the described premises at public
West 107.31 feet to an iron pipe and South 3° Lot 4 to the Place of Beginning, Marked by auction as follows: The Town of Washington Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on the budget to be adopted for said town for the calendar
19' 49" East 232.64 feet to an iron pipe on the an Iron Pipe; thence Continuing North 0 de- TIME: January 6, 2011 at 2:00 p.m.
Northerly R/W line of County Trunk High- grees 31 minutes West, 200.0 feet along the TERMS: Pursuant to said judgment, 10% of year 2011.
way “N”; thence along said R/W line North West line of Government Lot 4 to an Iron the successful bid must be paid to the sheriff
89° 55' 50" East 66.12 feet to an iron pipe on Pipe; thence South 81 degrees 17 minutes Said hearing will be held at the Washington Town Hall on Monday, December 6, 2010, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
at the sale in cash, cashier’s check or certi-
the East R/W line of said 66.00 foot wide pri- East, 486.0 feet to an Iron Pipe; thence South fied funds, payable to the clerk of courts
vate easement road and also being the place 20 degrees 08 minutes East, 141.0 feet to an 2011 BUDGET SUMMARY
(personal checks cannot and will not be ac-
of beginning; thence along said Easterly R/W Iron Pipe; thence North 89 degrees 20 min- cepted). The balance of the successful bid TOWN OF WASHINGTON
line; North 3° 19' 49" West 223.85 feet and utes West, 527.2 feet to the Place of Begin- must be paid to the clerk of courts in cash,
North 18° 13' 51" East 47.57 feet to an iron ning: cashier’s check or certified funds no later
pipe; thence leaving said R/W line South 89° Parcel 3B: than ten days after the court’s confirmation
Expenditures for Operation 2009 2010 2011 Proposed %
57' 10" East 349.72 feet to an iron pipe; thence A Parcel of Land in Government Lot Four and Maintenance Expenses Budget Budget Change
of the sale or else the 10% down payment is
South 0° 20' 35" West 267.95 feet to an iron (4), Section Eleven (11), Township Forty (40) forfeited to the plaintiff. The property is sold
pipe on the Northerly R/W line of County
Trunk Highway “N”; thence along said R/W
North, Range Six (6) East of the Fourth Prin- ‘as is’ and subject to all liens and encum- General Government ------------------------------------- $150,596.67 $178,336.35 $179,316.44 0.55%
cipal Meridian, in the Town of Arbor Vitae, brances.
line South 39° 55' 50" West 350.00 feet back to Vilas County, Wisconsin, More Particularly PLACE: On the front steps of the Vilas
Public Safety ---------------------------------------------- 127,662.48 109,093.00 105,859.95 – 2.96%
the place of beginning. Commencing at the described as follows: Commencing at the Transportation --------------------------------------------- 427,137.80 487,350.00 515,099.63 5.69%
County Courthouse, Eagle River
East 1/4 corner of said Section 32 being West One-Quarter Corner of Section 11, DESCRIPTION: Part of Lot 9 and 10 of Sanitation -------------------------------------------------- 62,913.38 61,626.01 45,910.00 – 25.50%
marked by a Vilas County Monument, thence Marked by a W.C.D. Brass-Capped Iron Pipe; Gunlock Plat in Government Lot 10, Section
North 89° 25' 48" West, 1322.50 feet along the thence South 89 degrees 25 minutes East, 26, Township 40 North, Range 5 East, of the Culture, Recreation & Education ----------------------- 29,885.00 29,995.00 30,528.00 1.78%
East-West 1/4 line of said Section 32 to an
iron pipe marking the Northeast corner of
(Solar Bearing) 1292.1 feet to the Southwest Fourth Principal Meridian, Township of Lac Conservation & Development -------------------------- 563.02 0.00 16,812.00 100.00%
Corner of Government Lot 4, a One-Eighth du Flambeau, Vilas County, Wisconsin, more Other Financing Uses ------------------------------------ 173,285.61 135,450.00 108,700.00 – 19.75%
said Northwest 1/4, Southeast 1/4, thence Corner, Marked by an Iron Pipe, witnessed particularly described as follows: Commenc-
South 0° 20' 35" West, 1272.79 feet along the by a 10 inch Double Oak Bearing South 70 ing at the meander corner between Section
East line of said Northwest 1/4, Southeast 1/4 degrees East, 3.9 feet and by a 6 inch Maple 26 and Section 27 marked by a Vilas County
Total Expenditures---------------------------------------- $972,043.98 $1,001,850.36 $1,002,226.02 0.04%
to an iron pipe on the Northerly R/W line of Bearing North 20 degrees East, 49.9 feet; Less All Revenues ---------------------------------------- (378,214.30) (359,467.02) – 4.96%
Aluminum Monument found in place near
County Trunk Highway N, thence South 89° thence North 0 degrees 31 minutes West, the Westerly shore of Gunlock Lake; thence
55' 50" West, 375.87 feet along said Northerly
R/W line to an iron pipe and the place of be-
375.0 feet along the West line of Government South 57 deg. 11' 31" West, a distance of Net Expense (Levy) -------------------------------------- $623,636.06 $642,759.00 3.07%
Lot 4 to an Iron Pipe, and the Place of Begin- 1052.37 feet to a found 1 1/2 inch iron pipe on
ginning, thence continuing along said ning; thence South 81 degrees 17 minutes the Easterly right-of-way of North Gunlock
Northerly R/W line South 89° 55' 50" West, East, 486.0 feet to an Iron Pipe; thence North Actual 2008 Levy for 2009 Budget ---------------------------------------------------------------------- $605,595.00
Lake Road, said point being the point of be-
66.00 feet to an iron pipe, thence leaving said 22 degrees 43 minutes East, 138.7 feet to an ginning; thence leaving said right-of-way Actual 2009 Levy for 2010 Budget ---------------------------------------------------------------------- $623,636.06
R/W line North 0° 20' 35" East, 267.45 feet par- Iron Pipe; thence North 73 degrees 43 min- South 34 deg. 30' 00" East, a distance of 254.33
allel with the East line of said Northwest 1/4, utes West, 413.9 feet to an Iron Pipe; thence feet to a found 1 1/4 inch iron pipe; thence Proposed 2010 Levy for 2011 Budget ------------------------------------------------------------------- $642,759.00
Southeast 1/4 to an iron pipe, thence North 9° South 71 degrees 54 minutes West, 145.0 feet South 38 deg. 38' 00" East, a distance of 266.75 Said budget, in detail, is available for public inspection at the office of the Town Clerk, 2160 Pinewood Dr., Eagle River, WI
31' 16" East, 164.24 feet to an iron pipe, to an Iron Pipe on the West Line of Govern- feet to a found 1 1/2 inch iron pipe near the
thence North 0° 32' 11 East 759.97 feet to an ment Lot 4; thence South 0 degrees 31 de- 54521.
Westerly shore of Gunlock Lake; thence me-
iron pipe; thence North 38° 20' 34" West, grees East, 125.2 feet along said West line to andering along said Lake shore, South 13
112.51 feet to an iron pipe, thence North 89°
20' 29" West, 315.44 feet to an iron pipe,
thence South 41° 41' 11" West, 146.90 feet to
the Place of Beginning.
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2354 Schuman Rd.,
Arbor Vitae, WI 54568-9563
deg. 58' 33" West, a distance of 155.43 feet to a
found 1 1/4 inch iron pipe (recorded as
Southerly along the shore 168 feet); thence
an iron pipe, thence South 0° 02' 50" West,
703.07 feet parallel with the West line of said
DATED: October 29, 2010 leaving said shore, North 30 deg. 10' 27" West, OF THE ELECTORS OF THE TOWN OF WASHINGTON
Gray & Associates, L.L.P. a distance of 366.16 feet to a found 1 1/4 inch
Northwest 1/4, Southeast 1/4 to an iron pipe,
Attorneys for Plaintiff iron pipe; thence North 27 deg. 32' 02" West, a NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that on Monday, December 6, 2010, immediately following completion of the public hearing on
thence South 27° 38' 00" West, 102.45 feet to
16345 West Glendale Drive distance of 281.41 feet to a found 1 1/2 inch
an iron pipe, thence South 48° 49' 51" West, the proposed budget, a special Town Meeting of the Electors called pursuant to Section 60.12(1)(c) of the Wisconsin Statutes, by the
New Berlin, WI 53151-2841 iron pipe on the Southerly right-of-way of
124.75 feet to an iron pipe, thence South 18°
13' 51" West, 76.66 feet to an iron pipe, thence
(414) 224-8404 North Gunlock Lake Road; thence along said Town Board, for the following purposes, will be held:
Gray & Associates, L.L.P. is attempting to right-of-way South 72 deg. 12' 27" East, a dis-
South 3° 19' 49" East, 223.85 feet to an iron
collect a debt on our client’s behalf and any tance of 35.96 feet to a point which marks a 1) To approve the total 2011 highway expenditures pursuant to Section 81.01(3) of the Wisconsin Statutes.
pipe on the Northerly R/W line of said high-
information obtained will be used for that bend point on said right-of-way; thence con-
way, thence South 89° 55' 50" West, 66.12 feet
purpose. If you have previously received a tinuing along said right-of-way North 26 deg. 2) To adopt the 2010 town tax levy to be paid in 2011, pursuant to Section 60.10(1)(a) of the Wisconsin Statutes.
along said Northerly R/W line to an iron pipe,
discharge in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case, 29' 26" East, a distance of 15.32 feet to the
thence leaving said R/W line North 3° 19' 49"
this communication should not be construed point of beginning. Including all lands lying
West 232.64 feet to a pipe, thence North 18°
as an attempt to hold you personally liable between the above described meander line 3) To authorize the town board to obtain a short-term loan not to exceed $100,000.00, if necessary.
13' 51" East, 107.31 feet to an iron pipe,
for the debt. and the water’s edge of Gunlock Lake.
thence North 48° 49' 51" East, 130.46 feet to an Done in the Town of Washington
3467 PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1530 Gunlock Lake
iron pipe, thence North 27° 38' 00" East, 73.88
Rd., Lac du Flambeau, WI 54538
feet to an iron pipe, thence North 0° 02' 50" WNAXLP DATED: October 19, 2010
on November 12, 2010.
East, 711.96 feet parallel with the West line of
Gray & Associates, L.L.P.
said Northwest 1/4, Southeast 1/4 to an iron _____________ Attorneys for Plaintiff
/s/ Michele Sanborn, Clerk
pipe, thence North 41° 41' 11" East, 202.06 feet Town of Washington
(Four Weeks, 11/17-12/8/10) 16345 West Glendale Drive 3488
to an iron pipe, thence South 89° 20' 29" East,
STATE OF WISCONSIN New Berlin, WI 53151-2841
376.98 feet to an iron pipe, thence South 38°
20' 34" East, 167.28 feet to an iron pipe,
Case No. 08-CV-89 Gray & Associates, L.L.P. is attempting to
thence South 0° 32' 11" West, 788.45 feet to an ______________________________________________ collect a debt on our client’s behalf and any
iron pipe, thence South 9° 31' 16" West, 164.13
Chase Home Finance LLC, successor by information obtained will be used for that
feet to an iron pipe, thence South 0° 20' 35"

merger with Chase Manhattan Mortgage purpose. If you have previously received a
West, 261.66 feet parallel with the East line of
Corporation, successor by merger with discharge in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case,
said Northwest 1/4, Southeast 1/4 back to the
Chase Mortgage Company, this communication should not be construed
place of beginning.
Plaintiff, as an attempt to hold you personally liable
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 2859 County Road
NE Sayner, WI 54560
DATED: October 11, 2010
Peter J. Stoltman III, Karen M. Stoltman,
Citifinancial, General Motors Acceptance
for the debt.
Corporation, Marshfield Clinic and WNAXLP
Attorneys for Plaintiff NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Section 65.90(4) of the Wisconsin Statutes that on Wednesday, Decem-
Neal A. Potrykus DDS,
16345 West Glendale Drive
New Berlin, WI 53151
______________________________________________ _____________ ber 1, 2010, the Common Council of the City of Eagle River will meet at the Eagle River City Hall at 6:00 p.m. for
Gray & Associates, L.L.P. is attempting to ADJOURNED the purpose of hearing any citizen or taxpayer on the proposed city budget for 2011. The public has a right to pro-
collect a debt on our client’s behalf and any NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE (Six Weeks, 10/20-11/24/10)
information obtained will be used for that ______________________________________________ STATE OF WISCONSIN vide written and/or oral comments on the entire budget. A summary of the proposed budget is published herewith and
purpose. If you have previously received a PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY
discharge in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case, judgment of foreclosure entered on July 29, Case No. 10-CV-224 copies of the complete proposed budget in detail are available for public inspection at the office of the Clerk/Trea-
this communication should not be construed 2008 in the amount of $158,871.00 the Sheriff
M&I Marshall & Ilsley Bank,
surer in the City Hall in the City of Eagle River, Wisconsin, at any time during usual business hours.
as an attempt to hold you personally liable will sell the described premises at public
for the debt. auction as follows: Plaintiff,
3409 ORIGINAL TIME: October 11, 2010 at 2:00 vs. 2011
p.m. Brian E. Eliason and Mary C.
WNAXLP FIRST ADJOURNMENT: November 11, Eliason, husband and wife, 2010 Proposed % Increase
_____________ 2010 at 2:00 p.m. Defendants.
______________________________________________ General Fund Budget Budget or Decrease
(Six Weeks, 10/13-11/17/10) TERMS: Pursuant to said judgment, 10% of
STATE OF WISCONSIN the successful bid must be paid to the sheriff ______________________________________________
CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY at the sale in cash, cashier’s check or certi- By virtue of a judgment of foreclosure Revenues:
Case No. 10-CV-222 fied funds, payable to the clerk of courts made in the above-entitled action on Septem-
______________________________________________ (personal checks cannot and will not be ac- ber 7, 2010, I will sell at public auction in the
General property tax $965,794 $982,595 1.7%
M&I Marshall & Ilsley Bank, cepted). The balance of the successful bid Vilas County Courthouse, located at 330 Other taxes 376,213 352,712
Plaintiff, must be paid to the clerk of courts in cash, Court Street, Eagle River, WI 54521, on
vs. cashier’s check or certified funds no later December 10, 2010
Special assessments 738 447
Joseph F. Yakel and than ten days after the court’s confirmation at 2:00 p.m., all of the following described Intergovernmental 372,718 402,291
Marlene Yakel, husband and wife, of the sale or else the 10% down payment is premises, to wit:
Defendants. forfeited to the plaintiff. The property is sold A part of Government Lot Two (2) in Sec-
Regulation and compliance 45,955 44,200
______________________________________________ ‘as is’ and subject to all liens and encum-
tion Twenty-nine (29), Township Forty (40) Public charges 100,182 86,670
______________________________________________ North, Range Eight (8) East of the Fourth
PLACE: On the front steps of the Vilas Principal Meridian, in the Town of St. Ger- Miscellaneous 66,420 65,952
By virtue of a judgment of foreclosure County Courthouse, Eagle River.
made in the above-entitled action on August DESCRIPTION: A parcel of land in the SW
main, Vilas County, Wisconsin, described as Other financing source – Transfers in 130,000 130,000
follows: Commencing on the South shore of
27, 2010, I will sell at public auction in the 1/4 of the SE 1/4 and in Government Lot 6, Big St. Germain Lake at the meander corner
Vilas County Courthouse, located at 330 Section 14, Township 40 North, Range 8 East,
Court Street, Eagle River, WI 54521, on St.Germain Township, Vilas County, Wiscon-
between Sections 28 and 29, Township 40 Total revenues 2,058,020 2,064,867 0.3%
North, Range 8 East; thence South 46° 32'
November 30, 2010 sin, more particularly described as follows: West a distance of 377.63 feet to a 1 1/2 inch
at 2:00 p.m., all of the following described Commencing at the 1/4 corner common to
premises, to wit: Sections 14 and 23, marked by a 4" x 4" con-
iron pipe with a brass cap placed 10 feet Expenditures:
Southeasterly from the shoreline of Big St.
Lot 4, Block 4 of the recorded Plat of St. crete monument in the right of way of Antes Germain Lake, being the Place of Beginning: General government 447,600 435,482
Germain Park Estates Subdivision said Plat Road, witnessed by an 8" White Pine bearing thence South 52° 50' West a distance of 203.0 Public Safety 635,030 646,913
being located in the NW 1/4 of the NW 1/4, S 25 degrees W, 107.1 feet; thence S 89 de- feet to a 1 1/2 inch iron pipe with a brass cap
Section 34, and part of the SW 1/4 of the SW grees 04' 00" W, 3.71 feet along the South line Public Works 830,942 821,104
placed 10 feet Southeasterly from the shore
1/4, Section 27, both in Township 40 North, of said Section 14 to a 1" iron pipe on the of Big St. Germain Lake; thence South 27° 22' Culture, recreation and health 48,357 34,519
Range 8 East, St. Germain Township, Vilas Westerly right of way line of Antes Road; East a distance of 149.2 feet to a 1 1/2 inch
County, Wisconsin, as the same appears of thence along said Westerly right of way line Conservation and development 100,265 67,400
iron pipe with a brass cap placed 10 feet
record in Vol. 7 of Plats, page 29. N 27 degrees 32' 33" E, 131.29 feet, Northerly Northerly from the shoreline of Lake Con-
Tax Key No. 24-2287 46.00 feet along the arc of a curve concave tent and witnessed by a White Pine 14 inches
Other financing use – Transfers out 113,649 85,728
THE PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD SUB- Westerly with a radius of 70.60 feet, the in diameter bearing South 30° West and 6.6
JECT TO ALL LEGAL ENCUMBRANCES. chord of which bears N 8 degrees 52' 35" E, feet distance; (this last course and distance
TERMS OF SALE: CASH or CASHIER’s 45.19 feet, N 9 degrees 47' 23" W, 226.25 feet, being same course and distance as recorded Total expenditures 2,175,843 2,091,146 –3.9%
CHECK (10% downpayment at sale, balance Northerly 46.13 feet along the arc of a curve in Volume 122 of Deeds, page 406, as South
due within ten (10) days of Court approval). concave Easterly with a radius of 72.44 feet, 27° 22' East a distance of 138.7 feet, however,
DATED at Eagle River, Wisconsin, on the chord of which bears N 8 degrees 27' 18" confirming the adjacent property owner’s FUND BALANCE INCREASE (DECREASE) ($117,823) ($26,279)
September 29, 2010. E, 45.36 feet, and N 26 degrees 41' 59" E, (Dr. Meyer) description); thence North 82° 39'
/s/ John Niebuhr 170.00 feet to the PLACE OF BEGINNING, East a distance of 213.0 feet to a 1 1/2 inch
Sheriff of Vilas County, Wisconsin marked by a 1" iron pipe. Thence leaving said iron pipe with a brass cap placed 10 feet Estimated Estimated General
BASS & MOGLOWSKY, S.C., Westerly right of way line N 88 degrees 16' 43" Northerly from the shoreline of Lake Con- Fund 2011 Estimated Fund Property
Attorneys for Plaintiff W, 301.32 feet to a 1" iron pipe; thence N 6 de- tent; thence North 27° 22' West a distance of
The above property is located at 155 Sun- grees 17' 07" E, 210.00 feet to a 1" iron pipe; 256.85 feet to the Place of Beginning. The lat- Equity Total Total Equity Tax
set Boulevard, Saint Germain, WI 54558. thence S 83 degrees 56' 02" E, 370.13 feet to a eral boundaries of the above described par- 01/1/2011 Revenues Expenditures 12/31/2011 Contribution
Bass & Moglowsky, S.C. is a law firm / debt 1" iron pipe on the Westerly right of way line cel are extended Northwesterly and Souther-
collector representing a creditor in the col- of Antes Road; thence S 26 degrees 41' 59" W, ly to the low water marks of Big St. Germain
lection of a debt that you owe to said credi- 200.00 feet along said Westerly right of way Lake and Lake Content. Also: A perpetual Governmental funds:
tor. We are attempting to collect such debt line to the PLACE OF BEGINNING. Subject non-exclusive easement, in conjunction with
and any information obtained from you will to a perpetual easement for public utilities. General Fund $2,000,000 $2,064,867 $2,091,146 $1,973,721 $982,595
others, for purposes of ingress and egress
be used for that purpose. AND over and across a two (2) rod private road
3396 An undivided 1/18th interest in the proper- running from the town roads at the North-
Special Revenue - Library 50,000 204,116 211,316 42,800
ty described as follows: A parcel of land in
WNAXLP Government Lot 6, Section 14, Township 40
east (NE) corner of Lot 2 in Section 28, Town- Special Revenue - Revolving Loan 30,000 20,000 20,000 30,000
_____________ North, Range 8 East, St. Germain Township,
ship 40 North, Range 8 East, in a general
Westerly direction over and across Lot 2 in Special Revenue - Business Improv. 62,000 62,000 0
Vilas County, Wisconsin, more particularly
(Six Weeks, 11/10-12/15/10)
described as follows:
Section 28, Township 40 North, Range 8 East, Capital projects (1,350,000) 241,834 241,834 (1,350,000) 57,000
STATE OF WISCONSIN Lot 1 in Section 28, Township 40 Range 8 East
CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY Commencing at the 1/4 corner common to to connect with the private roadway herein Debt Service 387,990 387,990 0 191,376
Case No. 10-CV-261 Sections 14 and 23, marked by a concrete reserved to Baackes Lodge, Inc., Laurance
______________________________________________ monument within the right of way of Antes Doolittle, Helene V. Doolittle and Dr. R. C.
PHH Mortgage Corporation Road, witnessed by an 8" White Pine bearing Meyer, and their heirs, successors and as- Proprietary funds:
Plaintiff, S 25 degrees W, 107.1 feet; thence N 0 degrees
vs. 52' 00" W, 1268.50 feet along the East line of
signs. Golf Course 920,000 666,110 666,110 920,000
Tax Key No. 24-1515
Scott C. Dunberg and Vilas County Clerk of said Government Lot 6 to a concrete monu- THE PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD SUB- Electric Utility 3,054,450 3,406,225 3,376,225 3,084,450
Circuit Court ment on that line by agreement recorded in JECT TO ALL LEGAL ENCUMBRANCES.
Defendants. Volume 364 Records, Page 455; thence S 87 TERMS OF SALE: CASH or CASHIER’s
Water Utility 2,377,012 435,025 432,525 2,379,512
______________________________________________ degrees 41' 35" W, 504.09 feet along said line
by agreement to a concrete monument near
CHECK (10% downpayment at sale, balance Sewerage Utility 3,978,864 622,275 619,775 3,981,364
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE due within ten (10) days of Court approval).
______________________________________________ the Southerly shore of Found Lake; thence DATED at Eagle River, Wisconsin, on Octo-
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a along the lake S 3 degrees 14' 31" W, 100.47 ber 11, 2010. TOTALS $11,060,326 $8,110,442 $8,108,921 $11,061,847 $1,230,971
judgment of foreclosure entered on Septem- feet to a 1" iron pipe; S 10 degrees 44' 42" W, /s/ John Niebuhr
ber 20, 2010 in the amount of $94,264.27, the 102.65 feet to a 1" iron pipe; S 21 degrees 35' Sheriff of Vilas County, Wisconsin
Sheriff will sell the described premises at 34" W, 126.77 feet to a 1" iron pipe; S 29 de- BASS & MOGLOWSKY, S.C.,
public auction as follows: grees 56' 50" W, 126.45 feet to a 1" iron pipe
TIME: January 4, 2011 at 2:00 p.m.
TERMS: Pursuant to said judgment, 10% of
and S 45 degrees 48' 21" W, 103.57 feet to the
PLACE OF BEGINNING, marked by a 1" iron
Attorneys for Plaintiff
The above property is located at 8310 Pine Estimated City ONLY tax rate - $7.28 (+ 3 cents)
Crest Colony Road, St. Germain, WI 54548.
the successful bid must be paid to the sheriff pipe. Thence continuing along the lake S 78
at the sale in cash, cashier’s check or certi-
fied funds, payable to the clerk of courts
degrees 31' 13" W, 110.16 feet to a 1" iron pipe;
thence leaving the lake S 11 degrees 52' 41" E,
Bass & Moglowsky, S.C. is a law firm / debt
collector representing a creditor in the col- Estimated TOTAL tax rate - $15.70 (– 21 cents)
lection of a debt that you owe to said credi-
(personal checks cannot and will not be ac- 198.73 feet to a 1" iron pipe; thence S 9 de- tor. We are attempting to collect such debt
cepted). The balance of the successful bid grees 48' 26" E, 32.79 feet to a 1" iron pipe; and any information obtained from you will Debra A. Brown, WCMC/CMC/CMTW
must be paid to the clerk of courts in cash, thence N 59 degrees 52' 11" E, 218.24 feet to a
cashier’s check or certified funds no later 1" iron pipe; thence N 42 degrees 26' 54" W,
be used for that purpose. 3494 Clerk/Treasurer
than ten days after the court’s confirmation 188.59 feet to the PLACE OF BEGINNING.
of the sale or else the 10% down payment is The above lateral lot lines extend to the lake. WNAXLP

(715) 547-3930 LAND O’ LAKES, WI 54540 _____________
real estate taxes and special assessments. Marie M. Flannery/Blommer Peterman, S.C.
(Six Weeks, 11/17-12/22/10) The purchaser shall pay any transfer tax im- State Bar No. 1045309
STATE OF WISCONSIN posed on such conveyance. 13700 W. Greenfield Avenue
CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY If you want further information, you may Brookfield, WI 53005
Case No. 10-CV-74 contact Plaintiff’s attorney, Jeremy M. 262-790-5719
Welch, Ruder Ware, L.L.S.C., P.O. Box 8050, Blommer Peterman, S.C. is the creditor’s
First Horizon Home Loans, a division of First Wausau, Wisconsin 54402-8050, telephone attorney and is attempting to collect a debt
Tennessee Bank National Association (715) 845-4336. on its behalf.
Plaintiff, John Niebuhr Any information obtained will be used for
vs. Vilas County Sheriff that purpose.
Brenda Schmidt a/k/a Brenda S. Schmidt and 3418 (203101)
Dean Schmidt a/k/a Dean M. Schmidt 3460
______________________________________________ _____________
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a (Six Weeks, 11/17-12/22/10)
judgment of foreclosure entered on June 17, STATE OF WISCONSIN (Four Weeks, 11/10-12/1/10)
2010 in the amount of $237,361.41 the Sheriff CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY STATE OF WISCONSIN
will sell the described premises at public Case No. 09-CV-92 CIRCUIT COURT VILAS COUNTY
auction as follows: ______________________________________________
Case No. 10-CV-21
TIME: January 6, 2011 at 2:00 p.m. US Bank National Association, as ______________________________________________
TERMS: Pursuant to said judgment, 10% of Trustee for Citigroup Mortgage Chase Home Finance, LLC
the successful bid must be paid to the sheriff Loan Trust 2006-WFHE2, Plaintiff,
at the sale in cash, cashier’s check or certi- Plaintiff, vs.
fied funds, payable to the clerk of courts v. Arthur D. Hruska, Jennifer F. Hruska
(personal checks cannot and will not be ac- Christopher P. Mainwaring and Mortgage Electronic Registration
cepted). The balance of the successful bid Defendants. Systems, Inc. acting solely as a nominee
must be paid to the clerk of courts in cash, ______________________________________________
for Lender, Citibank Federal Savings Bank
cashier’s check or certified funds no later ADJOURNED Defendants.
than ten days after the court’s confirmation NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE ______________________________________________
of the sale or else the 10% down payment is ADJOURNED
forfeited to the plaintiff. The property is sold PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
judgment of foreclosure entered on May 1, ______________________________________________
‘as is’ and subject to all liens and encum-
brances. 2009 in the amount of $148,279.94 the Sheriff PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a
PLACE: On the front steps of the Vilas will sell the described premises at public judgment of foreclosure entered on April 13,
County Courthouse, Eagle River. auction as follows: 2010 in the amount of $164,997.35 the Sheriff
DESCRIPTION: A parcel of land being a ORIGINAL TIME: November 2, 2010 at 2:00 will sell the described premises at public
part of the West 1/2 of the North 1/2 of the p.m. auction as follows:
Northwest 1/4 of the Northeast 1/4, Section TERMS: Pursuant to said judgment, 10% of ORIGINAL TIME: November 9, 2010 at 2:00
24, Township 41 North, Range 10 East, of the the successful bid must be paid to the sheriff p.m.
Fourth Principal Meridian, Township of at the sale in cash, cashier’s check or certi- ADJOURNED TIME: December 9, 2010 at
Conover, Vilas County, Wisconsin, more par- fied funds, payable to the clerk of courts 2:00 p.m.
ticularly described as follows: Commencing (personal checks cannot and will not be ac- TERMS: Pursuant to said judgment, 10% of
at the North 1/4 corner of said Section 24, cepted). The balance of the successful bid the successful bid must be paid to the sheriff
being marked by a Vilas County monument; must be paid to the clerk of courts in cash, at the sale in cash, cashier’s check or certi-
thence South 88 deg. 25' 32" East, 19.18 feet cashier’s check or certified funds no later fied funds, payable to the clerk of courts
along the North line of said Section 24 to an than ten days after the court’s confirmation (personal checks cannot and will not be ac-
iron pipe on the Easterly right of way line of of the sale or else the 10% down payment is cepted). The balance of the successful bid
Monheim Road, a Town Road and the place forfeited to the plaintiff. The property is sold must be paid to the clerk of courts in cash,
of beginning; thence continuing South 88 ‘as is’ and subject to all liens and encum- cashier’s check or certified funds no later
deg. 25' 32" East, 350.06 feet along the North brances. than ten days after the court’s confirmation
Students at Land O’ Lakes Elementary School Lane, August Nordine, Jennifer Pyne, Micayla line of said Section 24 and along the Souther- PLACE: On the front steps of the Vilas of the sale or else the 10% down payment is
ly line of a Private Easement Road to an iron County Courthouse, Eagle River. forfeited to the plaintiff. The property is sold
who participated in the national Mix It Up at Stopczynski, Joe Mendham and Charlie Capelle. pipe; thence South 0 deg. 38' 39" West, 247.91 ADJOURNED TIME: January 3, 2011 at ‘as is’ and subject to all liens and encum-
2:00 p.m.
Lunch Day campaign included, from left, Sofia --Photo By Jill James feet to an iron pipe; thence North 88 deg. 12'
30" West, 348.27 feet to an iron pipe on the DESCRIPTION: Lot Fifteen (15), Block One
PLACE: On the front steps of the Vilas
Easterly right of way line of said Town Road; (1), Arrowhead Lake Subdivision, being in County Courthouse, Eagle River
Government Lots One and Two of Section DESCRIPTION: The North 462 feet of the

Elementary students participate
thence North 1 deg. 13' 22" East, 246.63 feet
along said Easterly right of way line back to Thirty-six, Township Forty North of Range East 462 feet of the Southwest 1/4 of the
the place of beginning. Six East of the Fourth Principal Meridian in Northwest 1/4, Section Sixteen (16), Town-
PROPERTY ADDRESS: 3841 E Church Rd the Township of Arbor Vitae, Vilas County, ship Thirty-nine (39) North, Range Ten (10)
Conover, WI 54519-9353 Wisconsin. East, Town of Lincoln, Vilas County, Wiscon-
Together with a perpetual easement for

in national relationship campaign
DATED: October 19, 2010 sin.
Gray & Associates, L.L.P. pedestrian ingress and egress described in PROPERTY ADDRESS: 305 Sundstein Rd.,
Attorneys for Plaintiff Volume 252 Records, Page 393 and Volume Eagle River, WI 54521-9264
16345 West Glendale Drive 271 Records, Page 132. DATED: November 3, 2010
New Berlin, WI 53151-2841 PROPERTY ADDRESS: 1251 West Harbor Gray & Associates, L.L.P.
(414) 224-8404 Drive, Arbor Vitae, WI 54568 Attorneys for Plaintiff
DATED: October 26, 2010
Kindergarten through intergroup relations, reduce lunchtime. Gray & Associates, L.L.P. is attempting to
collect a debt on our client’s behalf and any GRAY & ASSOCIATES, L.L.P.
16345 West Glendale Drive
New Berlin, WI 53151-2841
fifth-grade children at Land prejudice and build inclusive A nonstructured seating ar- information obtained will be used for that 16345 West Glendale Drive
New Berlin, WI 53151
(414) 224-8404
purpose. If you have previously received a Gray & Associates, L.L.P. is attempting to
O’ Lakes Elementary School learning communities. rangement during lunch and discharge in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case, (414) 224-1733 collect a debt on our client’s behalf and any
this communication should not be construed Attorneys for Plaintiff information obtained will be used for that
recently participated in Mix It The day was a call to ac- eating with other children than as an attempt to hold you personally liable Gray & Associates, L.L.P. is attempting to purpose. If you have previously received a
Up at Lunch Day. tion, asking students to move they normally would created for the debt. collect a debt on our client’s behalf and any
information obtained will be used for that
discharge in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case,
3478 this communication should not be construed
The event was part of a na- out of their comfort zones and an enthusiastic lunchroom at- WNAXLP purpose. If you have previously received a as an attempt to hold you personally liable
discharge in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case, for the debt.
tional campaign to improve connect with someone new at mosphere among the children. this communication should not be construed 3466
_____________ as an attempt to hold you personally liable
for the debt.
(Six Weeks, 10/20-11/24/10) 3484
STATE OF WISCONSIN _____________
Case No. 09-CV-49
Plaintiff, (Three Weeks, 11/10-11/24/10) ______________________________________________
TRUST DATED AUGUST 10, 2006, GEORGE ______________________________________________
Defendants. Unknown Tenants RHJW, LLC, and CHRIST EVANGELICAL
NOTICE OF SHERIFF’S SALE ______________________________________________
______________________________________________ Defendants.
Real Estate Mortgage Foreclosure ______________________________________________
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to ______________________________________________
Wisconsin law, under and by virtue of a Find- THE STATE OF WISCONSIN ______________________________________________
ings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Judg- To the following party named as a defen- PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to
ment entered in the above-entitled action on dant herein: Thomas E. Manlick/Unknown Wisconsin law, under and by virtue of a Find-
May 12, 2010, I, the undersigned Sheriff of Spouse of Thomas E. Manlick ings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Judg-
Vilas County, hereby give notice that I will You are hereby notified that the plaintiff ment entered in the above-entitled action on
sell at public auction to the highest bidder in named above has filed a lawsuit or other May 12, 2010, I, the undersigned Sheriff of
the front lobby of the Vilas County Court- legal action against you. The complaint, Vilas County, hereby give notice that I will
house, 330 Court Street, Eagle River, Wiscon- which is also served on you, states the nature sell at public auction to the highest bidder in
sin, on December 7, 2010, at 2:00 p.m., the fol- and basis of the legal action. Within 40 days the front lobby of the Vilas County Court-
lowing described real estate: after November 10, 2010 you must respond house, 330 Court Street, Eagle River, Wiscon-
UNIT 3 of BAYSIDE CONDOMINIUM and with a written answer, as that term is used in sin, on December 7, 2010, at 2:00 p.m., the fol-
the undivided interest in the Common and Chapter 802 of the Wisconsin Statutes, to the lowing described real estate:
Limited Elements and Facilities appurtenant complaint. The court may reject or disregard All that part of the Southeast Quarter of
thereto, together with the exclusive use and an answer that does not follow the require- the Northwest Quarter (SE 1/4 NW 1/4) in
right of easement of and in the limited com- ments of the statutes. The answer must be Section Thirteen (13), Township Thirty-Nine
mon elements and facilities appurtenant to sent or delivered to the court, whose address (39) North, Range Ten (10) East of the Fourth
said units, being a condominium created is: Principal Meridian, Township of Lincoln,
under the Condominium Ownership Act of Vilas County Clerk of Circuit Court Vilas County, Wisconsin, LYING WEST of U.S.
the State of Wisconsin by Declaration of Con- 330 Court Street Highway “45”.
dominium of BAYSIDE CONDOMINIUM, Eagle River, WI 54521 PIN 8-2
being a part of Government Lot 5, Section 2 and to Marie M. Flannery / Blommer Peter- The property is located at 373 U.S. High-
and in Government Lot 5 and the NE 1/4 of man, S.C., plaintiff’s attorney, whose address way 45 South, Eagle River, Wisconsin.
the SE 1/4, Section 3, Township 39 North, is: The terms of this sale are as follows: the
Range 10 East, Town of Lincoln, Vilas Coun- Blommer Peterman, S.C. purchaser must pay not less than 10% of the
ty, Wisconsin, in accordance with the Decla- 13700 W. Greenfield Avenue amount bid in cash or by certified or
ration of Condominium as recorded in the of- Brookfield, WI 53005 cashier’s check at the time of the sale, with
fice of the Register of Deed, Vilas County, You may have an attorney help or repre- the balance to be paid upon confirmation of
dated 2/10/95, recorded 2/13/95 in Vol. 696 sent you. sale. Such sale shall be subject to all unpaid
Records, pages 179 thru 205 as Document No. If you do not provide a proper answer real estate taxes and special assessments.
305284 and also recorded in Vol. 2 of Condo- within 40 days, the court may grant judg- The purchaser shall pay any transfer tax im-
minium Plats, page 335 as Document No. ment against you for the award of money or posed on such conveyance.
GUN SALUTE — A Veterans Day ceremony was prayers, the Pledge of Allegiance, a gun salute 305283. other legal action requested in the com- If you want further information, you may
PIN CP 3 plaint, and you may lose your right to object
held at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8400 and a talk about the life of a veteran by a ladies The property is located at 828 U.S. High- to anything that is or may be incorrect in the
contact Plaintiff’s attorney, Jeremy M.
Welch, Ruder Ware, L.L.S.C., P.O. Box 8050,
in Land O’ Lakes. The ceremony included Auxiliary member. --Photo By Jill James way 45 South, Eagle River, Wisconsin. complaint. A judgment may be enforced as Wausau, Wisconsin 54402-8050, telephone
The terms of this sale are as follows: the provided by law. A judgment awarding (715) 845-4336.
purchaser must pay not less than 10% of the money may become a lien against any real John Niebuhr
amount bid in cash or by certified or estate you own now or in the future, and may Vilas County Sheriff
cashier’s check at the time of the sale, with also be enforced by garnishment or seizure 3419
the balance to be paid upon confirmation of of property.

Land O’ Lakes Open house set at LOLA Nov. 26 sale. Such sale shall be subject to all unpaid Dated this 26th day of October, 2010 WNAXLP

Senior Citizen Land O’ Lakes Area Arti- music.
Nutrition Menu
sans Inc. (LOLA) will hold a
holiday open house Friday,

School student Eddie Stevens
The Land O’ Lakes senior Nov. 26, from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
will play holiday selections on
nutrition site is located at
1938 North Restaurant, 4072
at its Center for the Arts, lo-
cated at 4262 Highway B in
his trumpet and accordion THE
from 3 to 4 p.m.
Highway B, the former State- Land O’ Lakes.
line building. Meals are There will be treats, artist For more information, con- Participant Eligibility Form
served at 11:30 a.m. Home-de- demonstrations and holiday tact Wendy at (715) 493-5361. Applicants must meet income and residency guidelines
livered meals are available,
based on eligibility. Please complete the following information (required for participation) ~ Print clearly!
Contact Beverly Ripp at
(715) 547-6165 for informa- Name_________________________________________________
(Custodial Parent) Social Security No. _____________________
tion or to make reservations. Address ______________________________________________________________________________________

MONDAY, NOV. 22 City _____________________________________ County ___________________ State ______ ZIP _______
Turkey Phone ____________________ Alternate Phone ____________________ (Only 3 attempts to contact you will be made by a shopper.)
Mashed potatoes with gravy
Grean beans Total number of adults living in home:______ Total number of children living in home: ___________
Tossed salad Child’s Name Age Birth Date Responsible Adult Relationship
Pumpkin pie • On-Road/Off-Road Diesel
THURSDAY, NOV. 25 • Conventional Gasoline
• Home Heating Oil
Closed • Motor Oils and Lubricants
Milk, whole-wheat bread and
margarine are served Where we FUEL ourselves on customer satisfaction
with all meals. (715) 479-8191
Name ___________________________________________

ON THE Employer ___________________________ Hrs./Wk. ______ Wage/Hr. $_________ Monthly Income $ _______________

Name _____________________________

Employer ___________________________ Hrs./Wk. ______ Wage/Hr. $_________ Monthly Income $ _______________

Social Security/Mo. $ _______________
I understand completion of this form authorizes Vilas County Social Services to verify this information.

WRJO WERL Signature _______________________________________________________
Child Support/Mo. $ _______________
Unemployment/Mo. $ _______________
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This completed and signed form may be mailed to Vilas County News-Review, P.O. Box Tips/Month $ _______________
Shop online for most Radio Mall items at 1929, Eagle River, WI 54521. It may also be brought to the News-Review office at 425 W.
Mill St., Eagle River, or deposited into the drop-off box in front of the News-Review build- Other $ _______________
Nov. 18
Save every week! ing. Additional forms can be obtained at the News-Review office or duplicated. In coopera-
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(715) 479-1362 ST. GERMAIN, WI 54558 (Six Weeks, 11/17-12/22/10)