CT’s Deli has Something for Nearly Everyone

By Kathy Cutforth, Correspondent My husband Dave and I frequently say to each other, “It’s a CT’s Deli sort of day!” This means that we want to get out of the house for a bit and order something we both like: an old favorite for him and lots of flavor for me. It was a…

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Celebrate the 4th Up North

Compiled by Northwoods News Staff July 4th is just around the corner, and that means the Northwoods is gearing up to celebrate Independence Day! Our staff has compiled a list of all the festivities taking place in the Northwoods this Independence Day weekend. We wish you a fun and safe holiday. Send us your best…

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Sorgel Fine Arts Gallery Open in Three Lakes

Submitted by Collette and David Sorgel Collette and David Sorgel recently were excited to bring their passion for art to the area and share it with others by opening the art gallery. Collette Sorgel, who has been President of Three Lakes Center for the Arts for the last few years, understands the retail art trends…

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Very High Fire Danger Across Most of Wisconsin

By Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources MADISON, Wis. – The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is asking the public to avoid burning due to very high fire danger across most of Wisconsin. Warm, dry and breezy conditions are expected again today, which makes burning of any kind extremely risky. Areas with VERY HIGH fire…

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Hodag Heritage Days Kicks Off May 16th

It’s time for the area’s favorite new event: The 2nd Annual Hodag Heritage Days! The event will run from Monday, May 16th through Saturday, May 21st. The week will feature art contests, scavenger hunts, hodag decorations and swag of all kinds, hodag heritage videos, promoted citywide hodag retail items/foods/beverages, ending with a HUGE day at…

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Spring Elections in the Northwoods

Today, February 15th, is Spring elections in the Northwoods. We visited county websites to provide you with voting information, and here’s what we found: Forest County – http://www.co.forest.wi.gov/docs_by_cat_type.asp?doccatid=320&locid=145 Lincoln County – https://co.lincoln.wi.us/county-clerk/page/elections Oneida County – https://www.co.oneida.wi.us/government/election-information/ Price County – https://www.co.price.wi.us/317/Elections Vilas County – https://www.vilascountywi.gov/residents/elections/election_results.php#outer-1120sub-1179 If your county isn’t listed, we didn’t find any information. Visit…

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A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the 2022 Eagle River Ice Castle

The Eagle River Ice Castle returned this January for the first time since 2018.   Dan Dumas, our very own photographer and videographer, captured the building process and created this behind-the-scenes video showcasing the extraordinary effort that goes into building this masterpiece.   Are you wondering how the Ice Castle came to be?  The Eagle…

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January is National Radon Action Month

January is National Radon Action Month If you’re not familiar with radon, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) states that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, and describes it as, “a naturally occurring gas that is radioactive and can cause lung cancer.” What is Radon? “Radon is…

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Lunar Eclipse on November 18, 2021

Tomorrow night, we will welcome a full moon. If it’s clear, be sure to look up to see a Blood Moon lunar eclipse. The full moon will slip into the Earth’s shadow over the course of three and a half hours.   While we will not be experiencing a full lunar eclipse, the event is…

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