No. 49 - March 23 2015

INSIDE....
Senior Chatter...........................pg. 13
Real Estate................................pg. 04
Death Notices & Editorial............pg.05
Services...............................pg.14-15
Dining/Entertainment................pg. 16
Recreational.............................pg. 13
Bows/Guns................................pg. 13
Pets..........................................pg. 13
Specialty Shops.........................pg. 08
Help Wanted........................pg. 06-07
Bids & Notices............................pg.17
Area Events................................pg.03
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Candidate Spotlight
Anyone seeking political office is invited and
encouraged to announce their candidacy in the
Candidate Spotlight. It is an opportunity to tell the voters
why you are running, goals if elected, etc. It is not a forum
for bashing an opponent, and there is no charge.
Nancy Schuhart-Candidate for
Wabeno Town Board
I Nancy Schuhart am a candidate for the Wabeno
Town Board Supervisor. My 10+ years of experience on
the town board and dedication to the Town of Wabeno will
be very helpful in once again creating a positive
environment to live in. While on the town board I applied
for and received grant money for the Town of Wabeno,
including two LRIP projects (local road improvement
program) and a large housing grant. If elected I will
continue to seek any grant money available.
I have attended all the town board meetings since
being off the town board, so I am well aware of the
decisions that have been made good or bad.
I am a lifelong resident, property owner and taxpayer. I
believe in accountability no matter what the
consequences are.
You know the saying, if it ain't broke don't fix it.
Well it's broke and I can help fix it!
Vote Nancy Schuhart on April 7th for a positive
new outlook!
Wesley Ginter-Candidate for
Town Supervisor in Nashville
I am a candidate for Town Supervisor in the Town
of Nashville.
I am a lifetime resident of Nashville. My wife and I
raised our family here. I graduated from Crandon High
School, and then attended Antigo Vocational and
graduated from the machine tool operation class. I
worked as a machinist most of my working years, with the
last 20 plus in the defense industry.
I have some experience serving on committees. I
was on the A.S.C.S. agriculture committee that dealt with
farm programs. I was on the union committee as a chief
steward. That job dealt with contract problems and
contract negotiations.
I am seeking this office to help maintain the best
interests of the township.
All votes will be appreciated.
Terry DeMoulin-Candidate for
Town Clerk Townsend
Hello, I’m Terry DeMoulin, candidate for
Townsend Town Clerk. This is an elected position;
therefore, I’m asking the Townsend residents for my vote
on April 7, 2015.
I am highly qualified to serve as Town Clerk using
my administrative, accounting, and customer service
skills I’ve gained over the years working in the financial
industry along with an Associate Degree in Accounting. I
have a strong working knowledge of Microsoft Word and
Excel as well as Quickbooks which are all used
Continued on page 04
More Candidate Spotlights on Pages 04 & 08
Friends Plan Art and Music Fest
in Wabeno-Volunteers needed
WABENO— The Friends of Wabeno and AVEC
(Arts Vitally Enrich CommUNITY) with help from Forest
County Economic Development Partnership are planning
a two-day Art and Music Fest in Wabeno for August 1-2.
Eighteen musicians and the same number of artists will
provide a variety of musical genres, art demonstrations
and workshops in and around the Band Shell, Logging
Museum and American Legion Park. Volunteers will be
needed to help organize performance areas, food and
beverage booths, art vendor areas and much more.
Come to the Friends meeting on Wednesday,
March 25, at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall to learn more about the
Fest. Other topics will be possible grocery store grant
application and trail construction in Firefighters Grounds
this summer. All are welcome! Lend your time and talents
to our community.
The St. Patrick's Day Parade
last Saturday in Pickerel
Seniors, beware of this scam
It was brought to my attention of a potential scam.
The caller identifies themselves as taking a medical
research survey. They ask about a doctor’s name that they
cannot pronounce and care you received from him or her.
It appears they may start this conversation in this manner.
They may ask many personal questions before asking for
personal information. DO NOT GIVE ANY. BE VERY
CAREFUL.
I am looking into this and will update you with any
further information.
PLEASE DO NOT continue a conversation with
anyone that you do not know regarding your health, home
or general life. It is unfortunate there are people out there
who are scammers but the more we know, the more we
can protect ourselves.
BE SAFE and keep sharing information that will
protect all of us!
Guest Editorial
Earth Day 2015
Commentary by Joe Hovel
The Northwoods of Wisconsin is defined by its
most abundant and rewarding resource, a resource that
impacts the region’s economy, its residents, its visitors,
and its image. This resource is the forestland that makes
up the majority of the Northwoods.
These forests are plentiful with opportunities and
natural wealth. As a dominant fixture of the Northwoods
economy, the forestlands are the sustainable foundation
of forest products industries in the region. Many
Northwoods residents have work closely tied to the forest,
in silviculture, logging operations, on sawmill crews, or
wood processing. Timber or finished products are
shipped out of the area, drawing revenue from outside of
the region. The public forests, for the most part managed
for multiple uses, are vital to the timber industry and tend
to attract much higher stumpage prices than do private
sales. This is a benefit to all by relieving state-wide tax
burden.
Our public forests are a source of recreation for
people enjoying a variety of activities, and feature
abundant trails and terrain, acreage accessible for
The Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade in Pickerel had a
big turnout. Yes, the winds were a little brisk and the temperature
could have been a little warmer, but weather never stops this
event. The parade has had a great turnout in cold and in
snowstorms. It is the area's first fling after the cold and short days
of winter, and people love it.
In the picture above, an energetic dancer also played
the violin/electric guitar with an archer's bow. "What do you do
with a drunken sailor?" was a good tune, and it almost sounded
like a recording! The float was the Norwegian/Irish Folk Band,
and while we thought that kilts were worn by Scotsmen, we also
know this is America, and we do tend to blend cultures. Besides,
everybody is an Irishman in this event.
This is the front view of the Norwegian/Irish Folk Band
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They will work for syrup and a little beer
On a recent visit to the
Davison Timber Ranch, near Lake
Lucerne, I observed a group of
people who will do anything for a
little maple syrup. The clever Pete
Davison had this bunch of sugar
craving people wading the snow to
empty the bags of sap into
buckets, then transfer the sap to a
sleigh that was pushed by hand to
the waiting sap barrels. Hard work
to satisfy a sweet tooth!
Oh sure, there was beer,
sausage and cheese, plenty of
cakes and other treats, but the
whole plan is to cook the sap into
maple syrup that Pete will
disseminate to the workers. A lot of
work!
It is that time of year.
Maple trees are being tapped all
across the Northwoods, and steam
is rising from countless cookers,
both amateur and commercial.
The Pearson-Pickerel Lions had a very nice float.
The Pickerel-Pearson Business Association reminded us of
all the year-round activities available in the area. The winners of
the parade were: 1st Sing Into Spring, 2nd Pickerel/Pearson
Lions Club and a tie for 3rd, St. Johns Lutheran and Dvorak's
Docks. Congratulations to the winners!
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Wabeno Elementary Class of the Week
Chosen as Class of the Week for the week of March 12, 2015 was the First Grade.
The First Grade has been working very hard on improving their transition time. In the
classroom they have been working at transitioning between their various centers in a
timely and quiet manner. In the hallways they have been working on being quiet and
orderly so they do not disturb other classes. Congratulations First Grade on being selected
as Class of the Week! Way to Step It Up!
No man will bring
out of the
presidency the
reputation that
carries him into it.
Thomas Jefferson
WANTED: RT Salvage of
Laona is buying popple
poles. Call 715-889-0287.
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FOR SALE: Antique wood
double bed, high head board,
old toaster, Kodak 8 mm
movie projector, Polaroid
SX70 land camera model 3,
Yashica 35 mm camera and
case. Collector items. Call
715-275-4690.
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FOR SALE: Sears Kenmore
sewing machine in cabinet.
Sewing machine in great
condition. $50. Call 715-2766406.
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FOR SALE: 3 Point Quacker
for tractor, $350. 1 bottom
trailer plow and 6' disc, $350.
(Good for garden or deer
plots). New ATV spreader,
$600. Call 715-478-3500.
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Still Smoking
207 N. Lake Ave.
Crandon
Close out
while supplies
last!
Crown E-Juice 12ml was
$5.99, now $3.99
Midwest E-Juice 10 ml
was $5.99, now $2.00
We have the only build
your own E-cigarette shop
in the county!
Stop, shop and save at
Still Smoking.
We are your E-cigarette
headquarters.
Still Smoking
on Main Street
Crandon, between
Duck's and Pickers.
(715) 478-4059
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Wabeno Post 44
American Legion
Social
E n j o y t h e
fellowship of your comrades
a t S c h o o l h o u s e b a r,
Mountain on April 6, 2015. .
Cocktails 5:00 p.m. and
dinner at 6:00 p.m.
Reservations/payment with
check payable to
Schoolhouse Bar in the
amount of $14.00 includes
tax and tip, should be sent to
April Hostess Ron & Lorry
Runge, 15549 Meadow
Circle, Mountain. For
information, contact Ron &
Lorry Runge, 715-276-7313.
R e m i n d e r
postcards are being mailed
to persons attending at least
one of the 2014-15 socials.
All that is required to receive
notice by postcard is to
attend one of the socials.
Dates of socials are listed in
the Bugler Newsletter,
submitted to the newspapers
and posted at the Legion
Hall.
FREE APPRECIATION
DINNER
Area Events
For Citizens age 55 & Older from the
communities within the Laona School Dist.
Sat., March 21st, Laona Community Building
Cocktails 4:30 p.m. • Dinner 5:30 p.m.
Entertainment by Mr. & Mrs. Steve Benaszeski
Delivery available to Home Bound Seniors
Please RSVP (715) 902-0335 or (715)902-0145
Sponsored by Laona Quarterback Club, Laona Lions Club,
Laona Fire Dept., and the Cook Elfors VFW Post 6823
HOPE YOU CAN JOIN US!!!
We want to thank our citizens of the Laona School District for their support
and for future support going forward to help continue to grow our school
district to help prosper the surrounding communities.
Public Library Hours
Lakes Country Public Library - Lakewood - Monday,
Tuesday & Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Wednesday and
Friday 2:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. •
715-276-9020.
Wabeno Public Library - Tues & Fri. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Wed. &
Thurs. Noon - 5; Sat. 9 - Noon. Closed MONDAYS &
SUNDAYS. Wifi signal: 8 a.m.-9 p.m., 7 days/week. 715-4734131
Crandon Public Library - Monday, Tuesday & Friday 9:00
a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.; Thursday
9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.; Saturday 9:00 a.m. - Noon • 715-4783784.
Laona Edith Evans Community Library - SUMMER
HOURS: Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. & extended
hours on Tuesday 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. CLOSED Saturday &
Sunday • 715-674-4751
LOOKING TO BUY: Queen
head board, with or without
frame. Looking for a white
vanity or dresser. Twin beds
w/ frames or bunk beds that
look the same when
separated. A couch in good
condition. Also matching
side tables for bedroom or
Forest County Museum- Closed for the winter season. living room. Must be in good
Summer Hours: 10-4 on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and condition and reasonably
Saturday.
priced. Call 715-478-2517 or
Forest County Potawatomi Cultural Center & Museum - 715-889-0152.
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Monday -Thursday 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. If you have special
research needs or want to inquire about collection, please
FOR SALE: Disc 7' pull type.
call 715-478-4841.
Very good condition. $450.
Wabeno Museum - Memorial Day - Through Labor Day Monday-Thursday: 11:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.; Friday-Saturday: Troy Built tiller, very good
condition. $550. Call 71510:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.; Sunday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
623-6447.
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Museum Hours
COMMUNITY BILLBOARD
• St. John's Lutheran Church (LCMS) - Worship at 9 a.m. Sunday and 6 p.m. Monday.
Wednesday - children's after school. Located at N9834 Hwy. 55 in Pickerel. Call 715-484-3382 for
more information.
•AA Meetings - Back Door Group - Open meetings Monday & Thurs. Nights @ 7 p.m., Lakewood
Lakes Country Library. Call Mary 715-276-2318 or Bill 715-882-3512.
•Forest Cty. Humane Society - Open to Public every Sat. from 1-3 p.m/ Call for more info. 715478-2098.
•AA Meeting - Saturdays, 9 a.m., Wabeno Fire Station, side entrance.
•Crandon VFW Post - Meets the second Tuesday of the month. 1:30 p.m. at the VFW building,
104 N Forest.
•Support Group for Parent of Children with Disabilities - Call Chris at 715-784-0058.
•Crandon Lions Board Meetings - 1st Monday of the month at Crandon Library at 6 p.m.
(downstairs). Member Meeting - 3rd Monday of month at 5:30 p.m.; Feb.., March, April and May at
LaFetta's.
• Bridge Community Dental Health Clinic - This project serves people of all ages in Forest
County for People who have Badger Care, medical Assistance & UNINSURED to schedule an
appointment call (715) 848-4884. Call the Health Dept. for more information at 715-478-3371.
•Good Shepard Lutheran Church - Hwy 55N, Crandon. Sunday service 9:30 a.m. with
Communion on 1st & 3rd Sunday. Wednesday service at 6pm with Communion on 2nd & 4th
Wednesday. No Saturday services.
•Christian Motorcyclist Association - Spirit Ryders Chapter of Langlade & Forest Co. Invites
you to attend out monthly meetings on the last Saturday of each month. Call George 715-3501679.
•Crandon PTO - 1st Monday of month, 6-7 p.m., Elementary Cafeteria.
•Wellbriety 12 Step Meeting (AA/NA) - Monday nights, 6 p.m. - ? lower level of FCP Museum,
Mish•Ko•Swin Lane, Crandon. Call Brooks Boyd for more information at 715-889-4902
•Town of Lincoln Board Meetings - 2nd Monday of each month, 6 p.m., Town of Lincoln Hall.
•AA Meeting - Antigo Hospital, Saturdays at 7:00 p.m.
•Forest County Humane Society Meeting - Every Fourth Monday of the month, 6:30 p.m.,
Crandon Library.
•Highway 55 Flea Market - Will be closed until April 2015. Every Wednesday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., at
the Nashville Town hall, corner of Hwys. 55 & B, Crandon. Interested vendors or for more
information, call Linda at 715-484-7271.
•AA meeting - Crandon AA Big Book Study group - Thursdays, 7-?, New location, VFW Post Hall,
104 N. Forest Ave., Crandon, behind the Laona State Bank parking lot Contact # 715-784-6077.
• Tops - will meet at Wabeno Town Hall on Mondays. Weigh in at 7:30 am with meeting following
at 7:45. For more info call 715-473-2613.
•AA Meeting - White Lake, Sunday Morning, 10:00 AM at the White Lake Fire House. Mike - 175882-8901 or Bill - 715-882-3512
•Craft & Food Fair - Every Friday, noon - 5 p.m. at Sunnyside Church in Carter. For more
information call Roy at 715-473-4800.
•AA Meeting - Every Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Carter Springs. Contact Peggy at 715-889-3116 for
more information.
•Pickerel Area 50+ - Meet at St. Johns Church, Thursday, March 12 at noon. Sheriff Dennee will
speak of crimes directed toward senior citizens. Bring a dish to pass. Bob 715-478-5199.
Survivors of Suicide Support Group - Support group for those who have lost a loved one to
suicide will gather the third Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. until noon at the Curran Building
located at 315 South Oneida Avenue in Rhinelander. For more info call Sue at 715-275-5399
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Come Worship With Us
Daily Mass Times
Rev. Callistus I. Elue
(Consult the weekly bulletin for
Mass Times:
any week day Mass changes)
Saturday's - 5:00 p.m. •Tuesday's - 6:00 p.m.
Sunday's - 9:00 a.m. •Wednesday's - 12 Noon
•Thursday, Adoration
Confessions:
& Mass - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday's 9-10 a.m.
•Friday - 12 Noon
St. Joseph Catholic Church
208 North Park Ave., Crandon 54520 • 715-478-3396
Come join us in worship at the
Community Church of Mole Lake
We are a nondenominational church that uses the Bible
as our authority for faith and practice. We learn the truth
of God's word through verse by verse exposition of the
Scripture.
Worship Service: 10 a.m.
Sermon Topics:
3/22 - The Trial Before the Sanhedrin (Matthew 26: 57-68)
3/29 - Peter's Denials (Matthew 26: 69-75)
4/5 - The Resurrection of Christ (Luke 24: 1-12)
2973 Highway 55, Crandon • 715-784-0250
Join us at the Ruffed
Grouse Society Banquet
Saturday, March 28th
Crandon Community Center
Doors Open at 5:15 p.m.
Tickets: $50 Individuals
$70 for Couples
For tickets, call Dave
at 715-336-2523
Attention
Community Youth Center
Planning Meeting
March 30, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.
at the Lakewood Town Hall
Anyone who would like to make a positive
impact in the lives of our youth: Youth group
leaders - Civic organizations - Church leaders Parents - Youth
If you are interested in finding out about the area's new
COMMUNITY YOUTH CENTER
Come to
• hear the goals of this project
• help with the development of the Center
• share your ideas
Their FUTURE is in OUR HANDS
Vote
Nancy Schuhart!
For Wabeno Town Board
Vote Nancy Schuhart
on April 7th
for a positive new outlook!
Authorized & Paid For By Nancy Schuhart, Wabeno, WI
WA N T E D - B a c k y a r d
Rustics LLC is looking for
handmade crafts - rustic
decor, Native American,
unique. Antiques and
primitives. Stop in at 15684
Hwy 32 Lakewood, WI. Call
Mary at 715-850-1467 or
Facebook us.
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PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 04, MARCH 23, 2015
Real Estate
WABENO - Check out
our 3 bedroom
apartments at the Orchard
Ridge Apartments. Rent
starts at $524 and
includes water, sewer,
garbage pickup, HEAT!!
Major appliances, off
street parking and laundry
facilities. Call 800-9385648 for an application
or more information.
This institution is an equal
opportunity provider
and employer.
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LANGLADE CO. WI
Post Lake 1,136 acres
(Upper & Lower)
all recreational water
plus famous Wolf River.
Homes – Cottages
Vacant Lots – Cabins
Call now to see!
Fantastic Deals.
Great Fishing.
ATV, Snowmobile trails.
Broker ph: 715-216-0838
www.postlakerealestate.com
FOR RENT IN CRANDON:
Cozy one bedroom upper
apartment. Available March
1st. Heat and water free! $400
per month plus security
deposit. Call for application
at 715-499-2404.
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FOR SALE: 5 acres of land.
Hwy 8, 1 mile east of
Crandon. $15,000. Call
715-889-9034.
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FOR RENT: Large one
bedroom apartment in
downtown Crandon.
Partially furnished,
includes heat, water, and
garbage. Available Feb. 1.
For more information
please call 715-902-0308 or
715-902-0203.
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F O R R E N T: B a r o n
Pickerel Lake with house
attached. Great potential.
Also cabin to rent with
frontage on lake. Call Tim
414-406-0272.
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COTTAGE FOR RENT/SALE ON LAKE LUCERNE:
Weekly or monthly. 3 bdrm with lake shore! Call Dick at
os/etc 37
913-558-8931.
NEW WATERFRONT LISTINGS!!
Lake Lucerne Lot on Lake Lucerne Drive.
Beautiful All Wooded lot on 1100 Acre Lake Lucerne!!
112' of sand and stone frontage and a nice level building
area at the lakeside. The gentle slope off the roadway
makes for easy access. The wooded parcel has virgin
timber and natural ground cover plus clear water on this
very desirable lake. Priced at only $199,900 The cabin
next door is also for sale and has 178' of frontage for
$299,900.
4769 Lake Lucerne Dr, on Lake Lucerne
Looking for an Authentic Lake Cottage that has lots of Privacy, a
Huge Wood Burning Fireplace, Sunsets, and Sand & Stone
Frontage? Well Look No Further because this 1100 acre Lake
Lucerne property "Fits the Bill"! The spacious cottage has open
concept living area with 3 comfortable sized bedrooms, an extra
sleeping room/den, mud room, 2 bathrooms and huge wood
burning fireplace. A 2 car garage to store all your toys, etc. and 9
yr. old septic system, if you decide to rebuild on the site, is all
ready to be hooked up to. The western view from the cottage is
great for taking in breathtaking sunsets and the 178.5' of
frontage offers so much privacy. The wooded parcel has virgin
timber and natural ground cover and once you put in a pier you
can just sit back and relax. Priced at only $299,900.
Lake Lucerne Lot on County W
All wooded lot on the SW Shores of 1100 acre Lake Lucerne. The
sellers have it newly surveyed and there is power and phone at the
road. The Eastern exposure offers many beautiful sunrises and 4
season of enjoyment on this desirable lake. The 124' of frontage
is all sand below the natural vegetation and there is plenty of
water to put in a pier and dock your boat. The area is full of
recreation and offers many things to do no matter what time of
the year. Offered for only $169,900.
208 East Lakeview St, on Lake Metonga
WHAT A VIEW!! You will feel like you are seeing forever when you
look out the huge picture windows. It is sure to melt your heart and
make you fall in love with this adorable home at an affordable price.
Situated on a wide lake lot on 2100 acre Lake Metonga. The main
floor offers 2 generous sized bedrooms, an "L" Shaped living room,
cozy kitchen and beautiful remodeled bathroom. The lower level
walks out to the lakeside and has a family room with free standing
fireplace, a bedroom, and another remodeled bathroom. All of this
has large sunlit windows, nice flooring and lots of closets. There is a
large lakeside patio that overlooks the gentle slope to the approx.
114' of sand frontage with Trex material steps and a nice pier. The
utilities are city sewer and water and the extra lot is buildable. Within
a few blocks of the city lake park, too, for only $269,900.
8477 Mitchell Plat on Pine Lake
10558 Murray Lane on Pine Lake
Beautiful western view is one highlight of what this Pine Lake
home has to offer. Priced at 50 Grand Below FMV with wraparound deck, walk-out basement, 2 garages, dry boathouse and
over 2300 sq. feet of living area. The kitchen/dining/living area
offers large sunlit windows facing the lake, many cabinets and
closets. There’s 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and a walk-out
basement with large lakeside windows in the family room; plus
there are other areas ready to finish off. The free-standing wood
stove in the lower level offers lots of cozy warmth along with a
newer NG furnace that accompanies a wood furnace for an added
heat source. There's even a wood room with chute access from the
garage. The attached garage is insulated and has a ramp for easy
access into the home, plus a detached garage with workroom.
1600 acre Pine Lake is the head waters of the Wolf River. Priced
at only $269,900.
ONE-OF-A-KIND! That's the best way to describe this lakeside
boathouse with living quarters at the top and best of all you would
never be able to do this again. There's an adorable bedroom with
sunlit windows and spacious great room with a kitchen sink and
cabinets. The wall heater will take out the chill on cold days and
nights, and the power is buried from the road. There's a pier to
relax on and enjoy the Beautiful Sunsets or drop in a line and get
your catch of the day. 1600 acre Pine Lake is the headwaters of
the Wolf River and offers clear water and sandy shores. The lower
level has a lakeside door and offers lots of storage. The solid
stone walls appear to be in good condition and the sellers have it
cable wrapped & anchored for assurance. The beautiful all
wooded deep lot offers a driveway, virgin oaks and other hard and
softwoods. There's a sand point well but it needs a new septic. You
really need to see it to appreciate it. Priced to sell at only
$129,900.
Check out our other fine listings on the web:
c21nwds.com
108 N. Lake Street
Cell: (715) 216-1063
Email: [email protected]
Northwoods Team, Inc.
(Laona State Bank Building)
Crandon, WI 54520
1-877-C21-NWDS
(715) 478-3744
Bringing more buyers & sellers together everyday.
Serving Forest, Langlade & Oneida Counties
Renee Irish
Broker/Owner
Multiple Listing Service
MLS
Member
Pinnacle
FOR RENT: Langlade lower
level duplex. Opposite Wolf
River. No smoking. Ideal for
1 or 2 people. 1 bedroom,
appliances, laundry, hot
water and heat included.
$425/month. Call 715-8427607 or 715-470-7195.
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FOR SALE: Beautiful
building site for a cabin or
home. 5 miles from
Crandon in large
hardwoods. Call 715-4783566. If no answer, leave a
message.
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CRANDON - Bring a pet!
Check out our 1 bedroom
apartments at the
Glenview Senior
Apartments. Specifically
built for persons 62 years
of age or older
handicapped/disabled
individuals. Rent starts at
$500 per month and
includes water, sewer,
garbage pickup, HEAT,
major appliances, off
street parking and laundry
facilities. Call 800-9383229 for an application or
more information.
This institution is an
Equal Opportunity Provider
and Employer.
Equal Housing
Opportunity. Handicap
Accessible
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FOR RENT: Available March
1, 2015 in Crandon. 3
bedroom ranch with 3 car
garage. Appliances included.
$650 per month with security
deposit required. No pets.
Contact Peggy Houle at 715478-2531 for an application.
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DON'T MISS THIS
White Lake Apartments
Near spring fed fishing
lake and National Forest!
Like new, 2-3 bedroom.
Includes heat, water, air,
microwave, appliances, full
size washer/dryer in unit,
security system. On site
management. Senior
discount. Call Sally
(715)216-5147.
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FOR SALE: 2 bedroom, 1
bath house with detached 2
car garage on 2.6 acres.
Hwy 8, 1 mile east of
Crandon. $53,000. Call 715889-9034.
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or more information.
This institution is an equal
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More Candidate Spotlight
Terry DeMoulin
Cont. from pg. 1
extensively in the clerk position.
I reside in Townsend with my husband Dan. I
enjoy getting involved and giving back to the community.
Currently, I’m the treasurer of the Red Arrow Snowmobile
ATV Club, Inc. and an active member of the McCaslin
Lioness.
What will it mean to me to be Town Clerk….the
privilege to serve in a community that I’ve grown to love,
the desire to implement operational effectiveness, and the
pleasure to interact with the people who live and vacation
in Townsend.
I will use my personal and professional
experiences and my dedication to the community to serve
as the Town Clerk with pride. Please vote for me, Terry
DeMoulin, for Townsend Town Clerk on April 7th.
Dawn Jakubiec-Candidate for
Wabeno School Board
I live at 5815 State Highway 52, in the Township of
Freedom, only a mile down the road from where I grew up.
I am the second of four generations that have or are
attending the Wabeno School, graduating in 1971. My
father, myself, and my two children all graduated from
Wabeno High, and I currently have two grandchildren in
Wabeno Elementary.
I have been in banking since I graduated, and I
have 43 years at the bank in Wabeno, where I am currently
the Bank Secrecy Officer and Wabeno Branch Supervisor.
I have college credits in many aspects of banking and a
degree in principles of banking.
My community involvement consists of currently
being on the school board, secretary/treasurer of the
Wabeno Area Chamber of Commerce, member of Wabeno
Lions Club and the Roller Booster Club.
The most pressing need for the district is, of
course, money. Madison forgets about the rural schools
up North. We as a board have the difficult task of making
the best choices possible for our students education while
maintaining a reasonable budget. With all of my banking
experience and knowledge in accounting, budgeting,
investments, etc., I feel that I am a great asset to the board,
and I hope to continue to receive your support in the
upcoming election.
Al Murray- Candidate for
Chairman, Town of Laona
Hello to all readers, many of you may already
know me since I have been in Laona all of my life. I was
truly born within 100 yard of where I live now, how many
people can say that in these times?
Many people in our area look down on our Town
and feel that we have nothing to offer, myself, I am proud to
have gone off for higher education and returned here to
raise my family. Our people are our greatest asset, that is
why we remain here!
It has been my pleasure to serve on the Laona
Town Board since 2003 and the last six years as Town
Chairman. Since being on the Town board, I have worked
with other board members to keep the Town Tax levy flat
while providing opportunity for many changes. While
many people do not realize it, the Town portion of the tax
levy has not gone up more than the 2% state limit annually
in more than 12 years, we have maintained and improved
services and we have seen major changes in what the
Town offers.
Changes that I have witnessed in the last 12 years
include the following:
1.
Finalization and establishment of the Nicolet
State Trail that brings tourism dollars directly through the
heart of Laona. Although most do not recognize it, this
trail was promoted by the Town board through
negotiations with the prior owner. This negotiation also
provided the Town with the land on which the recycling
center is now located.
2.
Completion of the Laona Comprehensive Land
Use Plan and negotiation with County Zoning to maintain
the development rights of Laona Taxpayers.
3.
Building of Centennial Park and Playground at no
costs to the taxpayers. This park was built on land donated
by the Baltus family and improvements were through
donations from the Connor Foundation and the Laona
VFW.
4.
Establishment of the Town shooting range on
Klasna Lane- with assistance from local residents and
local contractors in construction and maintenance.
5.
Building of the downtown ball park. This project
was a cooperative project completed by the Laona
Quarterback Club and the Town itself. The Town provided
the land and the costs of the engineered plan and the
Quarterback Club provided funding for construction.
Additional funding was provided by the Forest County
Potawatomi Community and Plum Creek with donations of
labor for construction of the dug-outs from local
contractors. The area now provides a legal sized ballpark
for high school athletics, softball leagues, and also a site
for our annual Fourth of July fireworks, which have
become a premier show in the Forest County area.
6.
Expansion of businesses in Laona- While we
CONTINUED ON PG. 8
Death Notices
Cherie A. LaSage, age 63, of Townsend, passed away
unexpectedly at her home on Saturday, March 14, 2015.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday, March 25 from 1-2
p.m. at the Weber-Hill Funeral Home, Wabeno. Memorial
service will follow at 2:00 p.m. Online condolences may be
directed to weberhillfuneralhome.com.
Crandon Library News
Color Your World : Family Story Time
Join us for a Family Story Time program on
Monday, March 23rd from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. The Library will
provide coloring opportunities for all ages, the Forest
County Health Department will provide colorful fruit and
veggie taste-testing and the Forest County Ties that Bind
Us will provide a colorful obstacle course in the lower level.
No registration is required for this drop-in event.
Women’s Self Defense Class
In honor of National Women’s History Month the
Crandon Public Library is offering a Women's Self Defense
Class on Thursday, March 26th beginning 7:00 p.m. The
class will be taught by Ron Strong, a certified master
instructor and fourth degree black belt.
In lieu of a registration fee for this event, the
Crandon Public Library is asking each participant to bring
an item to donate to the Tri-County Council on Domestic
Violence and Sexual Assault. Currently the Tri-County
Council is in need of personal care items for both women
and children, as well as gas cards, diapers (larger sizes)
and paperback books. The items may be dropped off at the
library at the time of registration or the night of the class.
Registration for this event is required and we ask
that you please register by noon on March 25th. You may
register by phone (478-3784) or by stopping at the front
desk.
Crafts 101 Program
Crandon’s Stitch’n Sisters Needlework Group will be
offering a beginners' class in the lower level of the Library
on Tuesday, March 24th from 9 am-Noon. Participants can
learn how to: knit, quilt, embroider, basket weave, and
English paper piece. There will also be a sample table of
crafts available for viewing. No registration is required for
this free event.
Let’s Play at the Library
A group of volunteer moms have started a weekly play
group at the Library on Tuesday afternoons from 2:00-3:30
p.m. The play group allows youngsters to meet, greet and
play in a friendly, unstructured environment. Play group is
a free Drop-in Program and registration is not required.
Note: there will be no Play Group on Tuesday, March 31st
due to Friends of the Library Booksale.
Friends of the Library Booksale Event
The Friends of the Crandon Public Library will host
a Spring Break Booksale event Tuesday, March 30th
through Saturday, April 4th. The Friends will have their
booksale set-up in the library’s lower level each day during
the library’s regular business hours. The Friends have
hundreds of used books for sale in every topic area
imaginable. All proceeds from the booksale are returned
to the public library through various efforts including the
Friends Annual Scholarship, partnership opportunities with
the School District of Crandon and library material
purchases.
New Fiction Titles
Silver Thaw: a Mystic Creek novel by Catherine
Anderson, Huckleberry Summer by Jennifer Beckstrand,
Huckleberr y Christmas by Jennifer Beckstrand,
Huckleberry Hill by Jennifer Beckstrand, Huckleberry
Spring by Jennifer Beckstrand, One Wish by Robyn Carr,
The Secrets of Sir Richard Kenworthy by Julia Quinn, and
Back in the Game: a Stardust, Texas novel by Lori Wilde.
Nicolet College’s two-week Graphic
Novel class to run June 1 - 12
Three college credits in two weeks?
It’s possible at Nicolet College for students who
enroll in the Graphic Novel class which will meet weekdays
June 1 to 12.
Laid out in a style similar to a comic book, graphic
novels cover all literary genres found in traditional fiction
and non-fiction books. Topics range from memoirs and
historical events to love stories, fantasy, and religion, said
Shane Teter, Nicolet College English instructor.
Teter first taught the Graphic Novel class in 2008,
making Nicolet one of the first colleges in the state to teach
the new genre. “Now, just about every college offers a
comics and graphic novel class,” he said.
The class will meet from 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Because of the extended time in class each day, sessions
will be broken up into a lecture and discussion portion,
small-group work, and student presentations.
“One of the things that make graphic novels and
comics work so well in an accelerated class is you can
accomplish a full read in a relatively short period of time,”
Teter explained. “It makes the reading load much more
manageable and workable.”
Taking the class outside of the normal academic
year many reduce the number of credits students need to
take in future semesters or catch up on credits, if
necessary. The credits transfer to most other colleges,
including every campus in the University of Wisconsin
System. This makes it perfect for students who attend other
colleges and are in northern Wisconsin for the summer.
To register, visit nicoletcollege.edu or call the Welcome
Center at (715) 365-4493; TDD 711 or 1-800-947-3539.
Registration is also open for regular Summer
Semester classes, which run June 5 to July 31.
City Of Crandon Police Department
FROM THE DESK OF CHIEF PACKARD
February 2015 CPD Activity Report:
4 Accident(s)
4 Alarm Calls
3 Animal Incident(s)
3 Assists to Citizens/Motorists
4 Assists to Forest County Sheriff’s Dept.
2 Civil Matter/Disputes
4 Custody Matter/Dispute Incident(s)
3 Disorderly Conduct/Fight
1 Domestic Dispute/Disturbance
4 Drug Abuse Incident(s) (2 CITATIONS ISSUED) (8
ARRESTS)
3 Fraud/Scam Incident(s)
1 Harassment/Threat Incident(s)
13 Health/Safety/Welfare Incident(s)/911 Calls
1 Liquor Law Violation(s) (1 CITATION ISSUED)
2 Lost/Missing/Runaway Person(s)
1 Noise/Disturb Peace Incident(s)
5 O.W.I. (5 ARRESTS)
1 Possible Child Abuse/Neglect Incident(s)
1 Possible Sexual Abuse/Assault Incident(s)
4 Probation/Parole Violation(s) (1 ARREST)
2 Prowler/Possible Prowler Incident(s)
2 Resist/Obstruct/Flee Officer Incident(s) (1 CITATION
ISSUED) (2 ARRESTS)
24 Security Checks--Business / Residence
3 Suspicious Person/Activity/Vehicle Incident(s)
9 Theft Incident(s) (1 ARREST)
5 Traffic/Driving/Parking Incident(s) (1 CITATION ISSUED)
6 Vehicle Lockout(s)
4 Warrant Arrest(s)
16 Citations Issued re: Traffic-Related Matters
6 Warnings to Drivers (re: Vehicle or Traffic Safety)
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 05, MARCH 23, 2015
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The articles of the area are also very interesting,
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rewarding newspaper.
Thanks for my "gold,"
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Birth Announcement
Zachary Thomas McGeshick was born weighing 8
pounds and 7 ounces and 21 inches long, at 1:55 p.m on
March 10, 2015, to Thomas and Linnea McGeshick of
Wausau at Saint Clare’s Hospital in Weston, WI.
Grandparents are John & Diane Unglaub from Crandon;
Todd Novak from Rhinelander; Dori McGeshick from Mole
Lake.
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Let’s Play @ the Library
A group of volunteer moms have started a weekly play
group at the Library on Tuesday afternoons from 2:00-3:30
p.m. The play group allows youngsters to meet, greet and
play in a friendly, unstructured environment. Play group is
a free Drop-in Program and registration is not required.
Note: there will be no Play Group on Tuesday, March 31st
due to Friends of the Library Booksale.
Friends of the Library Booksale Event
The Friends of the Crandon Public Library will host
a Spring Break Booksale event Tuesday, March 30th
through Saturday, April 4th. The Friends will have their
booksale set-up in the library’s lower level each day during
the library’s regular business hours. The Friends have
hundreds of used books for sale in every topic area
imaginable. All proceeds from the booksale are returned
to the public library through various efforts including the
Friends Annual Scholarship, partnership opportunities with
the School District of Crandon and library material
purchases.
Wabeno Post 44
American Legion Social
Enjoy the fellowship of your comrades at
Schoolhouse bar, Mountain on April 6, 2015. . Cocktails
5:00 p.m. and dinner at 6:00 p.m. Reservations/payment
with check payable to Schoolhouse Bar in the amount of
$14.00 includes tax and tip, should be sent to April
Hostess Ron & Lorry Runge, 15549 Meadow Circle,
Mountain. For information, contact Ron & Lorry Runge,
715-276-7313.
Reminder postcards are being mailed to persons
attending at least one of the 2014-15 socials. All that is
required to receive notice by postcard is to attend one of
the socials. Dates of socials are listed in the Bugler
Newsletter, submitted to the newspapers and posted at
the Legion Hall.
PIONEER EXPRESS
Published Weekly
125 N. Lake Ave., P.O. Box 333
Crandon, WI 54520
email: [email protected]
Mike & Linda Monte...........................Publishers/Editors
Monica Stamper.........Computer Graphics/Job Printing
Boyd Monte....................Ad Sales/Job Printer/Graphics
Melissa Monte..............Accts. Rec./ Post Press/ Graphics
Stephanie Rosio..........................................Proofreader
Allison Seils.....................Graphic work, Output Work
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 6, MARCH 23, 2015
WORK WANTED: Cleaning
in Crandon area. Excellent
references. Call Darlene after
4 p.m. at 715-902-1307.
P50
HELP WANTED: General
labor needed in Crandon. 1
or 2 day job. Work moving
boxes from one location to
another. Flexible hours. Call
Tom at 362-1941.
P50
Help Wanted
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
PATROL SUPERINTENDENT / ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER
LANGLADE COUNTY, WISCONSIN
Full-time position (minimum 40 hours per week). Salary Range:
$49,358 to $58,572 commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Excellent benefit package.
Job responsibilities include planning, coordinating, and supervising the
daily activities related to the maintenance and repair of county and state roads
and highways; scheduling of all Highway Department work; inspecting county
and state roads, estimating costs for work; and performing other duties as
assigned by the Highway Commissioner.
Minimum education requirement: High school diploma or equivalent.
Additional training from an accredited technical school, apprenticeship
program, college or university in the areas of civil engineering, construction, or
business administration is preferred.
Minimum work experience: Five years of work experience in highway
maintenance and/or construction is required. Work experience in a managerial
or supervisory capacity is preferred.
Pre-employment drug and alcohol testing is required.
Please submit application and resume to the Langlade County Finance
Department, 800 Clermont Street, Room 104, Antigo, Wisconsin 54409 by 4:30
p.m. on April 15, 2015. For a job description and application, visit
www.co.langlade.wi.us or please contact the Langlade County Human
Resources Specialist at (715) 627-6277.
Equal Opportunity Employer
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER
LANGLADE COUNTY, WISCONSIN
Full-time position (minimum 40 hours per week). Salary Range: $58,968
to $69,971 commensurate with qualifications and experience. Excellent benefit
package.
Job responsibilities include performing the statutory duties of Highway
Commissioner (Section 83.01 (7), Wis. Stats.), and the responsibility to
supervise and administer the operation of the Highway Department, including:
scheduling work; preparing specifications for highway maintenance and
construction projects; purchasing equipment and supplies; and performing other
duties as assigned by the Highway Committee.
Minimum education requirement: High school diploma or equivalent,
and training from an accredited technical school, apprenticeship program,
college or university. Educational emphasis in business administration or civil
engineering is preferred.
Minimum work experience: Five years of work experience in highway
operations, road construction, or related field. Three years of work experience in
a managerial or supervisory capacity is required.
Pre-employment drug and alcohol testing required.
Please submit application and resume to the Langlade County Finance
Department, 800 Clermont Street, Room 104, Antigo, Wisconsin 54409 by 4:30
p.m. on April 15, 2015. For a job description and application, visit
www.co.langlade.wi.us or please contact the Langlade County Human
Resources Specialist at (715) 627-6277.
Equal Opportunity Employer
POSITION TITLE: Insurance Accounting Clerk
CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt
DEPARTMENT: Accounting
SUPERVISOR: Insurance Accounting Supervisor
GRADE: NE7
Position Summary:
Under general supervision of the Insurance Accounting Supervisor, maintaining
accurate records, data entry, processing of weekly claims, prescription claim
runs, indexing accounting documents, processes refunds and voids, and attend
meetings and events. Maintains confidentiality of all privileged information.
Minimum Qualifications:
High school diploma or GED plus two years experience in insurance or
accounting. Must successfully pass a pre-employment drug/alcohol screen,
and background investigation
Work Environment:
Work is generally performed in an office with a moderate noise level. Evening
and/or weekend work may be required. Extended hours and irregular shifts
may be required.
POSTED:
CLOSING:
12-15-14
Until Filled
Please send Applications to:
Forest County Potawatomi Human Resources Dept.
P.O. Box 340, Crandon, WI 54520
PH: (715) 478-7200 • FAX: (715) 478-7215
*Must have a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license and be authorized as eligible for coverage under the Tribe’s Insurance prior
to an actual start date. *Must maintain a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license as a condition of employment. *Must pass a
background check, which will be performed on all applicants. *Must successfully pass a pre-employment drug
screening.
As authorized by Federal Law, the Forest County Potawatomi Community reserves the right to exercise preference in
hiring for qualified Tribal members/Indians in connection with all job openings.
Still Smoking
207 N. Lake Ave.
Crandon
2015 Pricing
New Lower Prices on ALL
E-Cigarettes and Juices
650 mah Vaporizer kit was
$20, now $15.
1100 mah Evod Vaporizer
kit was $30, now $25
Go Smoke E-Juice was
$3.99, now $3.49
L-Smoke E-Juice 12ml
was $5.99, now $4.99
L-Smoke E-Juice 30 ml
was $15.00, now $10.00
Still Smoking
on Main Street
Crandon, between
Duck's and Pickers.
(715) 478-4059
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CLERICAL SUPPORT SERVICES
Monday through Friday 8:30 A.M. - 2:30 P.M.
Detail oriented individual with strong multi-tasking abilities. Self-motivated and
organized. Experience with business office machine operations. Proficient reading,
writing, grammar, and mathematical skills. Prefer Office Assistant Technical Diploma.
High School diploma or equivalent required.
Duties may include a combination of medical record maintenance, answering
telephones and directing calls, bookkeeping, data entry, incoming and outgoing mail
processes, payroll processing, accounts payable, IT support/website maintenance and
miscellaneous errands.
AGI Healthcare Human Resource Manager
715-478-3324 • [email protected]
105 W Pioneer St., Crandon, WI 54520
POSITION TITLE: Maintenance Worker/Housekeeping
CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt DEPARTMENT: Health Division
SUPERVISOR: Health Division Building & Grounds Director
GRADE: NE3
Position Summary:
Responsible for total Housekeeping/Maintenance, Performs minor repairs to building
and equipment as needed. Duties not limited to offices and grounds keeping services.
-High School Diploma or GED preferred.
-Two years’ work experience as a janitor or related field preferred.
-Must have reliable transportation.
Work Environment:

Sound judgment and capability to respond to unusual circumstances.

Able to deal constructively with conflict and suggestions.

Wear appropriate attire with good personnel hygiene.
Exposure to health hazards of the health industry. Knowledge of and enforcement of
safety and biohazard importance.
Please send Applications to:
Forest County Potawatomi Human Resources Dept.
P.O. Box 340, Crandon, WI 54520
PH: (715) 478-7200 • FAX: (715) 478-7215
*Must have a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license and be authorized as eligible for coverage under the Tribe’s Insurance prior to an actual start
date. *Must maintain a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license as a condition of employment. *Must pass a background check, which will be
performed on all applicants. *Must successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening.
As authorized by Federal Law, the Forest County Potawatomi Community reserves the right to exercise preference in hiring for qualified
Tribal members/Indians in connection with all job openings.POSTED: 3-10-15 • CLOSING:Until filled
POSITION TITLE: Security Guard
CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt GRADE: NE4
SUPERVISOR: C-Store Manager DEPT: C-Store
Position Summary:
Under direct supervision of the C-Store Manager, ensures public safety in providing
security and surveillance services by protecting life and property for tribal members,
employees, and visitors. Maintains confidentiality of all privileged information.
Minimum Qualifications:
High School Diploma or GED plus six months work experience in a security, law
enforcement or related work environment. Current valid Wisconsin Driver’s License.
CPR and First Aide certified. Must successfully pass a pre-employment drug/alcohol
screen, and background investigation.
Work Environment:
Work is generally performed both in an inside setting with a moderate to high noise level
and outdoors where exposure to natural weather conditions and various dusts and mists
may occur. Prolonged standing and walking may be on uneven surfaces or unstable
ground, in remote, with unimproved dirt roads and trails. Situations may occur where
prolonged sitting, driving, walking, or waiting is required. Evening, weekend, and/or
holiday work will be required. Extended hours and irregular shifts will be required.
There is frequent interaction with the public. Travel may be required.
Please send Applications to:
Forest County Potawatomi Human Resources Dept.
P.O. Box 340, Crandon, WI 54520
PH: (715) 478-7200 • FAX: (715) 478-7215
*Must have a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license and be authorized as eligible for coverage under the Tribe’s Insurance prior to an actual start
date. *Must maintain a valid Wisconsin Driver’s license as a condition of employment. *Must pass a background check, which will be
performed on all applicants. *Must successfully pass a pre-employment drug screening.
As authorized by Federal Law, the Forest County Potawatomi Community reserves the right to exercise preference in hiring for qualified
Tribal members/Indians in connection with all job openings. POSTED: 2-19-15•CLOSING:Until Filled
Double K, Inc. DBA Hometown Trolley
Help Wanted
Welder/Fabricator
-Some work experience required
-Must be MIG Certified or be willing to become
certified
Shop Maintenance Personnel
-Must have work experience in same or similar field
-Some carpentry and home electrical skills
HVAC Certified Installer
-Must have work experience in same or similar field
-Will be responsible for Installing transit ac
systems/heating systems
Automotive Electrician
-Must have work experience in same or similar field
-Will be responsible for electrical wiring on trolleys
Paint Assistant
-Must have automotive paint experience
-Must be capable of working on their own
Installer
-Must have work experience in same or similar field
-Will work on installation of fenders, bumpers, doors
etc. and all finishing items on trolley
Inventory Assistant
-Must have work experience in same or similar field
-Will run daily parts counter
-Unloading and loading parts
Detailer
-Clean trolley on final stage
-Touch up work, etc.
Yard Work
-Part time employee
-Mow yard and weed eat
-Pick up garbage outside
-Other duties as assigned
Hometown Trolley offers competitive wages, 401K,
Insurance, Paid Holidays/Vacation. Please send all
resumes with the position applying for to P.O. Box
185, Crandon, WI 54520. For more information
please call 715-478-5090 ext. 107 or pick up a job
application at 750 Industrial Parkway, Crandon, WI
54520.
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 7, MARCH 23, 2015
Help Wanted
School District of Crandon
Head Varsity Football Coach
Co-Curricular Vacancy • In and Out of House
Wage for this position is $3,150 per year
Any person interested in these positions should
submit a written application to the District Office.
The School District of Laona is an Equal Opportunity
Provider
HELP WANTED
Help Wanted - Table Games Dealer
Experienced Short-Order
Breakfast/Lunch Grill Cook,
Prep Cook & Wait Staff
Mole Lake Casino is looking for experienced (preferred
but willing to train), personable, energetic, and
customer-service oriented individuals who are
interested in joining the Table Games Team! Craps
dealing experience a plus! Applications are available in
the casino at the Player’s Club or
online at molelakecasino.com.
For more information contact:
HR Manager - 715-478-7549 or [email protected]
Table Games Manager 715-478-7501 or [email protected]
Apply at the
Log Cabin Cafe, 502 S. Lake Ave.
Crandon, WI 54520
Water's Edge is now hiring!
Help Wanted
Grill Cook & Bartenders. Apply at
Main Street Ed's. 715-649-3810
3144 VanZile Road•Mole Lake• 715-478-5180• Hours 7am - 5 pm
The Sokaogon Chippewa Community is looking for an experienced Licensed Practical Nurse or Certified
Medical Assistant to join the primary care team. As a critical member of the staff, the practical nurse or
Certified Medical Assistant ensures a safe and comfortable environment for patients; assists the Physician and
Family Nurse Practitioner in patient care; and provides treatment under the supervision of the Physician, FNP,
and the RN.
Qualifications:
Graduate of an accredited program


Current State of Wisconsin license as a Practical Nurse/Medical Assistant

Able to maintain good working relationships with patients and co-workers

Able to maintain confidentiality in all patient and clinic matters
This position requires a pre-employment drug screening and a background check. Submit completed
applications/resumes to: Sokaogon Chippewa Community, Donna Vodar, HR Director, 3051 Sand Lake
Road, Crandon WI 54520. Email: [email protected]
Guest Editorial Cont. from pg. 1
hunting, and a variety of scenery offering pleasurable sightseeing. With this draw, public
lands attract dollars to the Northwoods when vacationers are lured by the charm of the
Northwoods. They come to enjoy the natural character of the Northwoods, not the
development that has overtaken the forests and lakes in recent decades. While either
publicly or privately owned lands can demonstrate Northwoods appeal, public lands are
unique in offering these benefits to everyone, while not acting as a tax burden on any
individuals.
These commonly owned lands also insure the preservation of our Northwoods
atmosphere. While many private lands have been divided into smaller tracts in a trend of
forest fragmentation, public lands are assured to remain viable forest and continue
contributing to our Northwoods economy and way of life. In an environmental context,
public lands are much less vulnerable to fragmentation and deforestation than are private
lands, and are invaluable habitats for the abundant wildlife of the Northwoods. Maintaining
low population densities preserves lakes and streams and surface and ground water
quality. As large, contiguous tracts of land, these forests create expanses of undeveloped
ecosystems that preserve connectivity and well-functioning environments.
The number of threats to the environment and our Northwoods grows each year.
At the same time, many of our elected officials have attempted to erode the many benefits
of the public lands, by hampering the State’s ability to purchase land, and even
encouraging the sale of public lands as we have recently seen in Vilas County. They use
the false argument that these resources are a burden to own. Maybe they are unaware of
the revenue these forests generate or perhaps these ill-guided folks do not recognize the
fact that a forest does not demand services, and requires neither black-top roads nor new
schools. Or possibly they are beholden to an interest other than the common good.
The budget currently under consideration in the state legislature would eliminate
any Stewardship program funding for state and county land purchases and would even
halt state funding for Forest Legacy easements. These easements are a unique publicprivate partnership, maintaining a privately owned timber base but preventing
fragmentation or development and allowing for public recreation. I consider these lands
‘public’ in my comments here. I have always thought this partnership would be a
compromise that all could agree to, protecting both our timber industry and our way of life.
Today there are timely opportunities to continue to conserve much of the vast
timber investment lands, which for decades were owned by industry. Land values are
greatly reduced from only a few years ago, and these investment owner funds turn over
quickly. To protect some of these lands requires diligence and available funding, such as
that from the Stewardship program. The second-home economy in the area has proven a
bust, but the timber industry is thriving and offers hope for expansion of economic activity
and a long-term sustainable future in our region. Failure to protect our working forestlands
will be catastrophic to the future of the industry as well as tourism.
Forestlands have demonstrated their remarkable value to our state and all of its
citizens. An endorsement of public lands is an endorsement of our Northwoods as a legacy
for future generations. Because of the great sacrifices of our predecessors, these publicly
owned lands and the riches they hold belong to us all. For this we can be very proud. Will
future generations judge our stewardship of this resource with pride?
The School District of Laona is hiring substitute teachers for
the remainder of the 2014-2015 school year. For the 20142015 school year, substitute teachers shall be paid at the
rate of $100.00 per day.
Any person holding a 4-year Bachelor’s Degree is eligible for
a substitute teacher license through the Department of
Public Instruction. Please contact the School District at
715-674-2143 for more information.
Attention: Wendell Quesinberry,
Activities Director, 9750 US HWY 8 W,
Crandon, WI 54520 • 715-478-6124
Deadline: 3 p.m. – Friday, March 27, 2015
SOKAOGON CHIPPEWA HEALTH CLINIC
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF LAONA
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS WANTED
Though this be
madness, yet there is
method in it. William
Shakespeare
We are currently looking for
bartenders, wait staff & cooks.
Summer help and full time
hours. Apply in person.
HELP WANTED
Construction Crew
Wick Buildings has a strong history of 60 years and 70,000 buildings across the
Midwest. When you join Wick Buildings, you are not just an employee - you are an
OWNER! Wick Buildings is proud to be Employee Owned.
We need enthusiastic, competent, and safety minded construction workers to join our
established and very busy crew based in the Antigo, WI area. We need you to meet the
demand for our quality Wick Buildings. If you have the drive, the ambition, and a
positive attitude - join us!
Requirements:
Construct post frame buildings safely, efficiently & with the highest quality; Lift at
least 75 pounds; Work at heights of at least 20 feet safely & in full safety compliance;
Learn quickly with attention to safety and quality; Work outdoors with some travel
away from home; Provide excellent customer service, & communication in compliance
with all policies & standards; Pass a drug screen & physical
Benefits:
Health, Dental, Vision, Paid Vacation, Paid Holidays, Paid Leave, Short Term Disability,
Life Insurance; Great incentive program, Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)
Per diem for meals when traveling, Travel Time pay when traveling
Visit www.wickbuildings.com and click Careers to apply or call 888-4389425 to request an application.
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or call 715-627-4747.
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•Homemade Fudge
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•Tuxedo Rentals
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HOURS: Wed. - Fri. 10 to 4:30, Sat. 10 to 2
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Main Street, Wabeno
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445 Hwy 64 • Antigo
908 Lincoln St. • Rhinelander
By Kwik Trip
By Dairy Queen
(715) 627-4407
(715) 365-7800
Hours: Mon-Fri. 9-7,
Sat. 9-6 & Sun. 11-4
Hours: Mon-Fri. 9-7,
Sat. 9-6 & Sun. 11-4
at
NEW MERCHANDISE
ARRIVING MONTHLY!
OLD DEPOT ANTIQUES
Pioneer Plaza
Backyard Rustics LLC is
gearing up for the spring
and summer season. We
have many homemade
crafts, antiques and
primitives. Stop by and
watch Ben create his
chainsaw carvings. 15684
Hwy 32 Lakewood, WI. Call
Mary at 715-850-1467 or
Facebook us.
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"KEEP IT SIMPLE"
Antiques
Primitive
Candles & More
We Will Be Opening
APRIL 2nd
Dishes & Glassware
Wrenches & Grinder
ARE YOU READY? WE ARE!
Back at Nashville Town Hall
Crafts, Collectibles, Antiques & Flea Market.
Bake Sale for ARF
WED APRIL 1, NEW HOURS 10am-5pm
FLEA & CRAFT MARKET
Nashville Town Hall, Corner of Hwys 55 & B,
Crandon, WI
EVERY WEDNESDAY 10 A.M. - 5 P.M.
Vendors contact or info call 715-484-7271
Public invited to participate in
Nicolet College’s April Poetry Project
In honor of April as National Poetry Month,
Nicolet College is holding its Fifth Annual Poetry Project to
celebrate.
Community members, along with Nicolet
students and staff, are encouraged to submit their original
poems to be posted on the college’s online Poetry Project
blog during the month of April.
The details and guidelines of the Poetry Project
can be found online at nicoletpoetry.blogspot.com.
Throughout the month Kilgus will post poems on
a daily basis. Aspiring poets interested in submitting
works can email them to Kilgus at
[email protected]
Anyone submitting a poem is asked to include
their name, the title of the poem, and a comment about the
poem or themselves. Poems can also be submitted
anonymously, if the writer desires.
At the end of the month instructors in the
college’s University Transfer Liberal Arts program will
select the best poem from a community member and a
student.
The community member with the best poem will
be honored with the Ron Parkinson Poetry Matters award
and will receive two tickets to a Nicolet Players theater
production.
The student with the best poem will receive a
$100 cash prize and a $50 gift certificate from Book World.
Both winners will be honored at the Student
Awards Ceremony in May and will be invited to read their
winning poems.
Hours:
Thur - Sat. 11 - 4 pm
or by appointment
Main Street, Wabeno
Locally roasted &
fresh coffee.
Experience a
great
coffee taste!
Call Dave at
715-649-3414
Rummage
Sale
GARAGE/MOVING SALE:
DEERBROOK - W8290 Cty.
Rd. A, near Pence Lake Rd.
Open daily from 10 a.m. to 5
p.m. Gun parts, military
items, household items,
mens/womens/boys
clothing.
P49
MULTI-PARTY RUMMAGE
SALE: BLACKWELL Blackwell Town Hall. March
27-28, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and
March 29, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The snow is melting and our
deals are hot. So come out to
Blackwell and see what we
got. Come have coffee with
us.
P50
RUMMAGE SALE:
WABENO
- 1521 Range
Line Rd. Saturday, March 21,
9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tons of
clothes from baby to men big
and tall. Prom dress,
household items, furniture
and misc. items. No early
sales.
P49
Pre-College Academy for
9th, 10th graders coming to Nicolet
Students who will be high school freshmen or
sophomores next year will have the opportunity to explore
careers and learn new skills in environmental science,
engineering, and health care over five Saturdays this spring
at Nicolet College.
The Pre-College Academy will focus on the
science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) aspects
of each career path.
“Careers in STEM are some of the fastest growing
and highest paying career sectors in the state and nation,”
said Kelly Anunson, Nicolet College dual credit coordinator.
“By attending the academy, students will have a much better
understanding of these high-demand fields and what it
takes to enter them.”
Cost is $487, which covers all five Saturdays. A
grant from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
will cover the tuition for any student who is eligible for free or
reduced lunch.
Each session will run from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
and lunch will be provided each day. Nicolet will provide bus
transportation to and from meeting points in area
communities.
The scheduled Saturdays and topics are as follow:
April 11 – Health Sciences
April 18 – Manufacturing
April 25 – Design Process
May 2 – Environmental Science
May 9 – Digital Video Editing
Along with learning about careers, students will
also enjoy developing a wide variety of valuable skills.
“Everything will be designed around hands-on
activities that are fun for students,” Anunson added.
“Activities will focus on problem-solving and analytical
thinking – key skills for success in high school, college, and
the workplace.”
For more information, or to register, contact
Anunson at (715) 365-4407, 1-800-544-3039, ext. 4407: TDD
711 or 1-800-947-3529; or by email at
[email protected]
W8792 County Road W, Antigo, WI
(715) 627-4616 • (715) 219-3546
Candidate Spotlight
CONT FROM PG 4
have witnessed loss of some businesses since 2003, we
have also witnessed the building of T-Bob’s,the Family
Dollar store, Northern Motor Sports, expansion of the
Flooring mills, Collins Service and building of a small
sawmill in Laona. New this year will be opening of an ATV
accessible campground. Major credit for these
developments go to the owners and other businesses that
assisted, however the Town provided assistance where it
could. The Town also provided assistance in obtaining
Federal grant funding which improved the rail line for the
Lumberjack Special which provides many youth with jobs
in the summer.
7.
Upgrading town equipment- through the last 12
years, the Town has replaced two dump trucks, an
endloader, two police vehicles and obtained equipment for
snow-removal on sidewalks.
8.
Upgrading of fire department equipment and
stabilization of fire department staffing. In 2003 the Town
bought the first new fire truck since 1964. This was the
beginning of equipment replacement that was required to
insure that younger members would join the fire
department. In 2008 an additional fire truck was purchased
and an additional replacement was purchased in January
2015. In 2013, personal protective equipment was
replaced through a grant from the Forest County
Potawatomi Community. This truck and equipment
upgrade plan has resulted in new fire department
members, in fact the Laona Fire Department was named
volunteer fire department of the year in 2014.
9.
Cooperative trail establishment with local
snowmobile clubs- the Town assisted with movement of
trails off roadways to allow trails to be maintained longer
into the spring.
10.
Opening of town roadways to ATV traffic through
cooperation with the Forest County ATV Association.
11.
Installation of playground equipment at Silver
Lake Beach with a generous donation of funding by the
Forest County Potawatomi Community.
12.
Improved relationships with, upgrading and
expansion of the Laona Rescue Unit including replacement
of 2 squads.
13.
Upgrading of curbside garbage pick-up to include
recyclables.
I do not take credit for these changes, but I do
commend the taxpayers of Laona for their support in
making these changes a reality. While many taxpayers
question their tax rates, I always ask, what do I get for my
tax money? I believe what we have accomplished with our
limited resources in the last 12 years is amazing.
Town government provides service including
road maintenance, road replacement, snow plowing, fire
protection, police protection, rescue and ambulance
services, park and cemetery maintenance, public library
services and business development assistance. Through
the years the Town Board has worked to hold the line on
taxes while making changes and improvements where we
could, I believe that is all that can be asked for?
I commend the many groups that work hard to
provide services which we could not otherwise afford,
these include groups such as the Laona Rescue Unit, the
Laona Volunteer Fire Department, the 100 Mile Snow
Safari, the Lumberjack Memorial Trails, the Forest County
ATV Association, the Forest County Chamber of
Commerce and the Forest County Economic Development
Partnership.
Appreciation also needs to go out to groups such
as the Laona VFW, VFW Ladies Auxillary, the Laona Lions
Club, the Laona Quarterback Club, Laona Alumni Club,
and the PTA which complete fund raising events and
support many efforts and events to improve our
community. The people and businesses that support these
efforts also deserve recognition, without financial support
and donations these efforts could not succeed!
I appreciate all the readers for their time, the
taxpayers of Laona, and I would appreciate your support at
the polls to continue our improvements into the future. In
any event, I hope all voting aged people make sure to get
out and vote on April 7th, many of our citizens, past and
present, sacrificed to provide you that right!
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MEAT
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Mann's
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Turkey or Variety Pack
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Colored
Red Onions peppers
Strawberries White or
Red, Yellow
or Orange
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69¢
Roasted In-Shell
Dole
2/$3.00
Lb.
Peanuts
Salted or Unsalted
Hass
Avocados
Greener
selection
12 Oz. Bag
Oscar Mayer
Lunch
Pork
sausage meat
rolls
12 Oz.
16 Oz. Pkg.
Sweet
$1.79 2/$3.00 2/$3.00
Lb.
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Turkey
Pizza
Pizza
and Gravy burgers patties
in roasting 16 Oz. Box
32 Oz. Bag
pan
2 Lbs.
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Sun. 7AM - 7PM
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Farmland
Fresh, Jumbo
Oscar Mayer
Original, Bun Length
or Jumbo
16 Oz.
Oscar Mayer
Juicy
Lb.
1/2 ham Boneless Hot dogs
portions ham
Lb.
99¢Lb.
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Flour
Peanut butter
16.3 Oz.
Chunky or Creamy
5 Lb.
$1.79
Select Malt-O-Meal
IGA
Can vegetables
Box cereal
14.5 to 15.25 Oz.
5 Kinds
12.5-14.5 Oz.
3 Kinds
2/$1.00
$1.49
Minute
Rice
14 Oz.
Brown or White
$1.99
Shurfine
Bisquick
40 Oz.
Original or
Reduced Fat
$2.99
Select Chef Boyardee
Taco or chili
Can
dinners
Oz.
seasoning mix 154 Kinds
1.25 Oz.
3/$1.00
Hunts
24 Oz.
3 Best Sellers
24 Oz.
Limit 1
$5.99
Easter lilies, Asiatic lilies,
rainbow mums, hydrangias,
neon pothos and gerbera
daisies, as well as fresh
bouquets to set a
beautiful table!
50¢
50¢
with a
Separat
$10 Purch e
ase
Smart Water
or .5 Liter/6 Pack
Dasani Water
or 24 Pack
Vitamin water
.5 Liter/6 Pack
Tostitos
or Reg. $4.29
Ruffles
Reg. $3.49
2/$9.00
2/$6.00
Vita ice
Coke
de Mexico Coke Brand
12 Oz./12 Pack Cans
or 12 Oz.
or 12 Oz./8 Pack
Coke Brand
Bottles
1.25 Liter Bottle
2/$8.98
99¢
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17 Oz. Bottles
Spring bulbs are also
arriving soon for your
early planting season.
Wishing you all a glorious
Easter season from all of
us at Schaefer's
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20 Pack/12 Oz. Cans
2/$11.00
Pepsi
Brand
24 Oz./6 Pk. Bottles
Pepsi
Brand
2 Liters
2/$1.00 4/$11.00 3/$4.98
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Spaghetti sauce Squeeze ketchup
Coke
brand
12 Oz./20 Pack Cans
We have a wonderful
array of flowering
plants and foliage
coming in for the
Easter season!
99¢
Prego
$1.79
$1.49
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BAKERY
Computerized
PICTURE CAKES
at Schaefer's
Bakery
Bring in any
photograph, picture, or drawing
and we will put it on your next party cake
BIRTHDAY
ANNIVERSARY
TEAM PARTY
HOLIDAYS
FAVORITE PETS
RETIREMENT
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All cake orders MUST be placed with a 24 hour notice!
All weekend orders must be placed by 10:00 am Thursday!
Turtle
picnic cake
onion rolls
$4.29
$2.09
Jennie O
Dark turkey Big Cojack
Pastrami cheese
Laack's
$3.99
Lb.
DELI
$4.99 Lb.
menu
8 Count
donuts M&M cookie
100% wheat Cake
Assorted
12 Count
12 Count
bread
1 Lb. Loaf
Monday: Baked Chicken Dinner with Mashed Potatoes, Green
Beans and Roll, Pasties
Tuesday: Spaghetti and Garlic Bread
Wednesday: BBQ Rib Dinner with Potato Salad, Baked Beans
and Roll
Thursday: Turkey Dinner with Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy
and Roll
Friday: Battered Cod or Pollock Fish Dinner, Chicken Filet,
Haddock Fish Sandwich, Shrimp Basket. Fish Buckets
Available. Please call ahead.
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T.J. Farms
FROZEN
Hash browns
24 Hour Notice On Party/Deli Tray Orders Please
VIP
Crystal Farms
DAIRY
Butter
Southern style
32 Oz. Bag
Reg. $2.49
1 Lb.
Salted or
Unsalted Qts.
Limit 6
$2.59
$1.79
Farms
Simply potatoes Crystal
STring Cheese
Shurfine
Garlic breadsticks
Selected 20 Oz.
Assorted 10 Oz.
Save $1.00
10.5 Oz. Box
Reg. $2.09
$1.69
$1.99
$3.13
Pillsbury
Tropicana 50
Cookie dough
Pepperidge Farm
3-layer cakes
Assorted 16-16.5 Oz.
$3.99
2/$5.00
$2.99
Bayer
HEALTH &
BEAUTY
Back and body
Plush rabbit
with bow
50 Coated Caplets
Extra Strength for Fast Relief
Reg. $6.79
Hair Spray
GENERAL
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Pastel
mini light
$4.99
$5.59
Tresemme
Assorted
59 Oz. Jug
Johnson & Johnson
Bandaid
11 Oz.
Extra Hold or
Ultra Fine Hold
Reg. $5.53
40 Count Box
Sheer Strips
All One Size or
Assorted Sizes
Reg. $2.45
$4.79
$1.99
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Rabbit with
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$5.99
$11.99
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Reg. $4.35
orange juice
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Top Care
4 # Box
Reg. $4.99
3/$9.99
$4.59
5¢ off /gal
3¢ off /gal
smart water
Pan Saver
3¢ off /gal
silky
touch 3 or Bic 4 Pack
Disposable
Shavers
comfort 3
for Women
4 Liners
Disposable
Shavers for
Men
Reg. $4.59
Reg. $4.59
$5.99
$2.15
3¢ off /gal
TopCare Extra Strength
2 Liter
500 Ct. Compare to
Extra Strength
Tylenol, Reg. $9.07
$1.49
wild bird food
5
$8.49
2¢ off /gal
IGA
iso heat
water
12 Fl. Oz.
½ Liter/24 Pack
20 Lb.
Reg. $7.73
5¢ off /gal
$6.99
$2.65
Lipton
Axe Revitalizing
10¢ off /gal
$3.99
All Season
tea
or
pure
leaf
tea
WindShield
18.5
Oz./6
Pack
Bottles
.5 Liter/12 Packs
wash
body wash
16 Fl. Oz., Kilo,
Dark Temptation,
Phoenix Reg. $5.83
5¢ off /gal
5¢ off /gal
$1.49
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5¢ off /gal
$3.89
rockstar
energy
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16 Oz.
pain relief
caplets
coke
products
2¢ off /gal
5¢ off /gal
$3.99
Bic 4 Pack
Slow cooker
liners
1 Ltr/6 Pack
5¢ off /gal
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20 Oz/8 Pack
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1 Gal
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LLC
715-219-1152
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Recreational
Recreational
FOR SALE
Time to get
your Boats
ready for the
water
• 09 Weeres 20 Ft.
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2012 Yamaha 50 Hp
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Servicing all makes and
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ATV's and all
other small engines!
We Put Boats In for $45
20% OFF PARTS FOR VETS
Fully Insured
www.motorsportsmarine.com
Sales & Service - New & Used
Will buy Reloading equipment
& supplies for rifle or shotgun
Will also buy antique gunsShotguns, Rifles or Pistols
Give me a call, we might make a deal!
715-478-3660 or 715-889-0811
Financing available
FULL SERVICE CENTER • CERTIFIED TECHNICIANS
Mon. Closed until April 15; Tues.-Thurs. 9-5;
Fri. 9-7; Sat. 9-3; Sun 11-3pm
Authorized Dealer of Mercury & Evinrude Outboards, MirroCraft Boats,
Palm Beach & Montego Bay (Made in Wisconsin) Pontoons & Sea-Legs
New 2015 Boats & Pontoons are arriving!!
N10306 St. Hwy 55, Pearson, WI•(715) 484-2106
Service at your location!
Eco-Docks
Floating Docks and
Drive On Docks
20 Year Warranty
Maintenance Free,
715-850-0198
www.Eco-Docks.com
www.Candock.com
WE BUY GUNS!
FOR SALE: Musky
equipment. Rods, reels, bait.
New, used and antique. BO.
Prefers calls to 715-850-1851
between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m.
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My kid brother
was sent from
heaven – they
must like it quiet
up there.
Submitted by Kate Schultz
Pets, Pet Care & Farm
DOG BOARDING
& GROOMING
Large Cageless Kennels • Outdoor Runs
Heated & Air Conditioned • Exercise Yards
Linda Mihalko • 715-902-1351 • Argonne, WI
Full Service Salon
Certified, Experienced
Professional
• We groom all breeds & sizes - dogs & cats
• We specialize in puppy's first groom,
geriatric & breed specific grooms
• Our specialty services include: coat & skin
conditioning, flea dipping, de-skunking & massage
• We use top of the line products & equipment in a clean,
sterile spa like atmosphere
• Convenient pick-up & delivery service also available
(715) 478-2129 • Crandon, WI
STILL HAY FOR SALE: 300
round bales stored in a barn.
Alfalfa and orchard, excellent
hay, plastic wrap. Also a
quantity of small squares.
Some hay for cattle, horses,
etc. Heavy bales. $35 for
round bales, $4 for square
bales. Call Elk Creek Farm in
Argonne at 715-649-3426 or
715-889-1633.
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H AY S T U M PA G E F O R
SALE: 70 acres of high
quality stumpage for sale.
Alfalfa and orchard mix,
located by Pence farm in
Argonne. Sold by acres. Nice
dry fields. High yielding
fields. Call 715-889-1633.
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WANTED TO BUY: Hens.
Call 716-617-2887.
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HAY FOR SALE: $3 a bale.
Grass hay, small squares.
Put up dry. No rain. Call 715889-0538.
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FOR SALE: Golden
retriever/cocker spaniel
hybrid pups. Black color. Will
mature to 40 pounds and be
17 inches tall. Good hunters.
Very smart. Ready to go.
Vaccinated and dewormed.
Dew claws removed. Male
only $450. Call 715-5872058.
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All cruelty
springs from
weakness.
The Lowdown on Fructose
What is fructose? Fructose is a small sugar
molecule that's naturally found in honey, fruit and sweet
vegetables, such as beets and corn. It also can be paired
with glucose and processed into high-fructose corn syrup
(HFC S), a sugar additive popular with food
manufacturers.
High-fructose corn syrup is a corn-based
sweetener that's widely used in processed foods,
especially soft drinks. It's been the subject of lively
debates among nutrition pundits. Some believe it
contributes to the obesity epidemic, while others think it's
just another sugar -- no different than what's in your sugar
bowl.
Some studies suggest excessive consumption
of added sugars is linked to insulin resistance, high
triglycerides, heart disease and liver damage, but more
research is needed.
With no consensus on either side of the
debate, nutrition experts do agree on one thing: Most
North Americans consume too many added sugars and
not enough fruit. Per person, consumption of fructose
added as HFCS to foods has risen five-fold during the past
100 years.
Is sugar in fruit safe to eat? Yes. In fact,
guidelines suggest eating at least 2 cups of fruit every day
(more or less depending on your individual needs). At this
intake level, your fructose consumption will be relatively
low -- and it's naturally occurring, not added, sugar. Plus,
the fiber, vitamins and antioxidants in fruit are part of a
healthy diet. Learn more at ChooseMyPlate.gov.
Consider this: An average 16-ounce soft drink
has 53 grams of sugar, while a pear or an apple has just 12
grams.
Bottom line: If you consume sugar, it's better to
get it from fruit than from processed foods.
Forest County Commission on Aging DOT Bus
Schedule
Hal Weisnicht: 715-478-2961
Dan Pedersen: 715-478-4254
Alison Hansen
Wabeno
Elementary
Artist of the Week
Mr. Keller chose Alison Hansen as Artist of the Week
for the Week of March 12, 2015. Alison was chosen for her
self portrait. The class used various techniques in
completing their works of art. Alison worked very diligently
on her work and thought very carefully of what she wanted to
show. Great job Alison and way to Step It Up.
Congratulations on being chosen Artist of the Week.
WANTED: 14 ft. aluminum
boat. Doesn't need to be in
good condition. Call 715-6234712.
P49
FOR SALE: Nice slide in
camper - full height. Can
stand up in . Refrig., furnace
and cook stove. Asking $600.
Older mini 5th wheel camper.
Easy pull with small pick-up.
Needs some repair. Stove, 12
volt refrig. and furnace.
Asking $700. Also, camper
that would make a great fish
shack. $200. Call 715-4783566. If no answer, leave a
message on machine.
Include your phone number.
P49
FOR SALE: Women's Olin 5
ft. length downhill skis.
Marker bindings (M29) and
includes a Sportube carrying
case for skis and poles. Also,
Technica ski boots, size 8 1/2
to 9 with a waterproof
carrying case. Like new.
Used only 4 times. $150. Call
715-478-2748 and 920-4650668.
P49
TOPIC OF THE MONTH
“Make the Most of Snacking”
MEAL SCHEDULE
CRANDON, WABENO, LAONA
Monday - March 23 - Quiche with bacon and vegetables,
breakfast potatoes, fruit, biscuit, banana coffee cake
Monday - March 30 - Roast pork, parsley potatoes,
sweet and sour cabbage, dinner roll, Oh Henry bar
CRANDON, WABENO, LAONA
Tuesday - March 24 - Baked chicken, 1/2 baked potato
with sour cream, green beans, sourdough bread, peanut
cookie bar
Tuesday - March 31 - Turkey wild rice casserole, tossed
salad, fruit, sunflower flax bread, spice cake
CRANDON
Wednesday - March 25 - Beef chili with beans, tossed
salad, fruit, corn muffin, chocolate pudding
LAONA, WABENO CONGREGATE
Thursday - March 26 - Beef chili with beans, tossed
salad, fruit, corn muffin, chocolate pudding
ARMSTRONG CREEK
Tuesday - March 24 - Baked chicken, 1/2 baked potato
with sour cream, green beans, sourdough bread, peanut
cookie bar - BINGO
Tuesday - March 31 - Turkey wild rice casserole, tossed
salad, fruit, sunflower flax bread, spice cake - MUSIC
ALVIN
Thursday - March 26 - Scalloped potatoes and ham,
coleslaw, pears, dinner rolls, birthday cake
WABENO HOME DELIVERED MENU
MONDAY, TUESDAY same as CRANDON
THURSDAY same as LAONA
Please register with Commission on Aging - 715-478-3256
Crandon site manager Pat Raml is at 715-4780742 (home) or 715-478-3040 (site). Serving at 12:00 p.m.
On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Alvin site manager Florence Kostka at 715-5454063 (home) or 715-545-3323 (site). Meal served at 4:30
p.m. on Thursday.
Laona site manager Peggy Alderton at 715-8893116 (cell). Meal served at 12:00 p.m. Monday, Tuesday
and Thursday.
Wabeno site manager Diana Reed at 715-8500626 (home) or 715-473-4333 (site). Meal served at 11:30
a.m. on Monday and Tuesday. Home delivered on
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday.
Armstrong Creek site manager Jill Criel at 715336-3178 (home) or 715-336-2218 (site). Meal served at
11:30 a.m. on Tuesday.
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 14, MARCH 23, 2015
Services
SAMZ
CONCRETE
All Types of Concrete Flat Work, Stamped & Colored
Come See Mark at
23Years
Years
25
of
Building
of Building
Expertise!
Expertise!
Concrete Poured Concrete Foundations, Solid Poured Walls
FULLY INSURED • FREE ESTIMATES
C.A.R.S., LLC
Matt Samz
8938 Balsam Lane, Argonne, WI
New Construction • Additions • Remodeling
Roofing • Storm Repair • Consulting
for Tires &
Computerized Alignment
715-902-0296
715-649-3933
(715)484-3606 - Pickerel / (920)858-2875 - Rick Cell
(920)759-0400 - Fox Valley
600 E Pioneer, Crandon
(715)478-5500
Member VHBA • Licensed & Insured
www.ruconhomes.com
$28 Oil Change
While You Wait
WE NOW DO TOWING & RECOVERY!
305 E. Pioneer St.
Crandon, WI 54520
715-784-6046
[email protected]
THE GLASS COMPANY
Seils Auto Body
9375 Seils Lane •Free Estimates
Argonne, WI 54511 •Insurance Claims
(715)478-3482 •Custom Paint & Body
•Auto Collision Repair
Ron Seils
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Commercial*Residential*Auto Glass
1045 South Superior Street* Antigo, WI 54409
715-623-3751 * Fax 715-627-4896
Toll Free 1-866-334-7673
Frank Erler Concrete, Inc.
Solid Poured Concrete Walls
All Types of Flat Work
16552 Pine Ridge Rd. Townsend, WI 54175
(715) 276-6083
Free Estimates
(715) 850-0417 • Frank's Cell
(715) 850-0149 • Rob's Cell
Fully Insured
Snow Plowing
Roof Shoveling
Ice Dam Prevention
Accepting New Clients
Call for a FREE QUOTE
See us at
totalpropertycarewi.com
P37/Betc
JEFFREY VANCLEVE
CONSTRUCTION
•Window & Door
Replacement
•Roofing •Siding
•Decks •Additions
•Dry Wall •Re-modeling
•Cultured Stone
•Tuck Pointing
•Hardwood Flooring
•Bathrooms
•Kitchens
Fully Insured
11 Years Experience
715-784-1084
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Betc13
SALES • SERVICE • INSTALLATION
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
OVER 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE
(715) PICKEREL,
216-0100
WI
STORAGE CITY
STORAGE SPACE FOR BOATS, CARS, SNOWMOBILES,
FURNITURE, MOTOR HOMES AND MORE!
as
10 x 24
low
Granite Floor as
$485 a year
Call us for all your storage needs!
1-800-698-2535 OR 715-478-2085
Phone: 715-850-0403
We Fix
Storm Windows
& Screens and make
Storm Windows
& Screens
Conway
Hwy 8 East
Pioneer Plaza, Crandon
478-3617
Avoid Automotive Problems with
Regular Maintenance & Repairs!
(715)
484-2911
• Driveways - Lot Clearing • Bulldozing • Materials
C
reative
Screenprinting
& Embroidery
715-478-1075
119 N LAKE AVE, CRANDON, WI
www.creativecrandonwi.com
Universal
Automotive & Welding
207 Railway Lane, Crandon, WI 54520
Hours:
Mon - Fri 8 am - 5 pm
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LLC
New Homes • Garages
Decks • Siding • Remodeling
5101 State Hwy. 52, Wabeno, WI 54566
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Property
Care
MARK BROCKWAY
BUILDER
Kitchen & Bath
Remodeling
Additions
Basement Finishing
Windows & Doors
Siding
Hardwood & Laminate
Floors
Garages
Decks
Design Service Available
Over 30 Years
Experience
Licensed & Insured
715-478-2693
10% Labor Discount
for Seniors
GARAGE DOORS • OPENERS
West of Crandon on Hwy. 8
(Across from the Brush Run track)
MIKE
DREHER
CONSTRUCTION
GIVE US A BREAK
ROLL-RITE OVERHEAD DOORS
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(715)889-2323
or
(715)478-2741
24 Hour Emergency Service
Free Pick-up, Delivery &
Diagnostic Testing
Joe Kane
403 E. Lakeview, Crandon, WI 54520
Mobile: 715-889-1415
Fully Insured
Free Estimates
Custom Homes • Remodels • Garages
Exteriors • Seamless Gutters
SCRAP
METAL
We'll Pick It Up
Prompt Service - Fair Prices
Clam Truck Service • Dumpster Service
Buying Cars and Trucks
Serving Central & Northern WI for over 50 years
ARNOLD'S
GARAGE
Repairs - Collision
Restoration
Brakes - Welding
ATV's, Cars, Light Heavy Trucks
Equipment & Machinery
Quality - Affordable.
30 Years Experience
715-478-5740
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COUSINEAU RECYCLING
Hwy. 45 South • Antigo, WI
Toll Free 866-330-3730
or
715-623-2372
BUILDER/CONTRACTOR
Sam Marvin - Owner/Contractor
Projects from start to finish
or anywhere in-between
Custom Built Homes, cabins
& Additions, All types of
renovations - interior & exterior
garages, decks, roofing, siding
For a FREE Estimate Call: 715-478-1258 Office or
715-889-1289 Cell
ALLRED PAINTING
"Enjoy a Fresh New
Look"
All Types of Painting:
• Interior • Exterior •
All Types of Staining!
Residential & Commercial
Fully Insured
Home of Quality
715-478-3147
ANTIGO
BLOCK CO.
CONCRETE &
LIGHTWEIGHT BLOCKS
PRE-CAST STEPS
CULTURED STONE®
Septic Tanks
Retaining Wall Block
Patio Blocks
Chimney Blocks
Natural Stone Veneer
Hearth & Sill Stones
Mortars • Pavers
Face Bricks
230 Milton St., Antigo
715-623-4837Betc9
JACOBS EQUIPMENT
Elcho - Chain saw
supplies, bars, chains,
sprockets and rims. Used
chain saws. Repair service
available.
Prices too
reasonable to quote. See
the latest in new saws on
Saturdays, 10:00 am to 6:00
pm. Trade in accepted. 715275-3530.
B26Etc
SIEBERT
CONSTRUCTION, LLC
Argonne, WI
Home & Cabin Repair,
Remodeling, Decks,
Garages, Siding, Interior
& Exterior and More
•Fully Insured
• 10 years experience
• Free Estimates
Contact: Bruce Siebert
920-629-1119
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PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 15, MARCH 23, 2015
Services
Keith's Carpet
Installation Service
You buy it, I'll install it!
30 Plus Years Experience
• Fully Insured •
• Free Estimates •
Call Keith at
715-674-2506 or
Cell: 262-689-6109
GEITER
SEPTIC
PUMPING, INC.
Sanitary Lic. #18
IN BUSINESS
OVER 50 YEARS
SEPTIC TANKS
HOLDING TANKS
(715)473-3901
WABENO
Time is running out to
buy a new Classic
OUTDOOR WOOD
FURNACE from Central
Boiler to heat your home
and hot water. Call 715627-2665
today to slash your
heating bill!
View sale pricing at
SchulzHeat.com
Schulz Heating &
Cooling
Wisconsin's Largest
Central Boiler Dealer!
Betc32
Need transportation?
Transportation to
anywhere in
the U.S. or driver
for your vehicle.
J and S
Transportation LLC
715-367-6078
Fully Insured • Free Estimates
Darren Walentowski, Owner
715-478-3459 • 715-889-0433
Jakubiec & Family Skidsteer Works LLC
2015 Pricing
Lawn Mowing, Retaining Walls, Stone & Brick Pavers,
Lot Clearing, Spring & Fall Clean-Up, and More…
621 SOUTH FOREST
CRANDON, WI 54520
NEW Services Bulk Delivery of: Mulch (all colors), Limestone, Granite, Gravel
Call for all services. Mention this ad and receive 10% of first
lawn mowing or free delivery charge on first bulk delivery.
Cameron 715-889-0600 or Tony 715-889-1920
VEHICLES & HEAVY
EQUIPMENT
2015 Nissan Altima - 2.5 S, Like New Except the
Price!
----------------------------------2015 Chevy Equinox LT- AWD Remote Start!
----------------------------------2014 Chevy Impala Limited LS- 24k Miles...$14,995
----------------------------------2014 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT - 26k, One Owner,
Power Seats and Sliding Doors
----------------------------------2014 Ford Edge Limited - AWD, V6, Heated Seats,
Low Miles, Kodiak Brown, Sharp!
----------------------------------2014 Buick LaCrosse Premium - Dual Power Seats
Remote Start!
----------------------------------2013 Chevy Equinox LS - Asking...................$12,995
----------------------------------2013 Chevy Sonic LT - Remote Start, Economical
Car....................$12,995
----------------------------------2012 Chevy Cruze Eco- Low Miles, Remote Start,
Chrome Wheels...................$11,995
----------------------------------2011 Ford Fusion SE- 78K, Nice Shape.........$10,995
----------------------------------2010 Chevy Malibu LS - V6, Auto, Nicely Equipped!
CLARK'S AUTO
SALES & SERVICE
935 Superior St., Antigo
(715) 623-6444 • 1-800-757-6444
New Lower Prices on ALL
E-Cigarettes and Juices
650 mah Vaporizer kit was
$20, now $15.
1100 mah Evod Vaporizer
kit was $30, now $25
Go Smoke E-Juice was
$3.99, now $3.49
L-Smoke E-Juice 12ml
was $5.99, now $4.99
L-Smoke E-Juice 30 ml
was $15.00, now $10.00
Everyone thinks his own
cross is heaviest. Italian
Proverb
SCHROEDER'S AUTO SALES
MARCH
MADNESS
DEALS!
Still Smoking
207 N. Lake Ave.
Crandon
Have some landscaping needs this summer?
(715) 784-0134
2006 Chrysler Town and Country Van - ston-go, power doors, and lift gate, second row
captains, rear a/c and heat, clean and low
miles, drives like new...........................$6,495
2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited loaded with options, 5.7 Hemi, 4x4, heated
leather, moon roof, new tires, sharp
SUV..................................................$8,995
2003 Chevrolet Impala LS - super clean car,
only 78,000 miles, most power
options.................................................$4,995
2003 Ford Ranger - 4x2 ext. cab, short box,
V6, Auto, A/C cruise, tilt, brand new tires, very
good condition....................................$3,695
2001 Chevrolet Venture - most power
options, dependable........................$1,995
Hwy. 55, Pearson, WI Ph. (715) 484-4131
www.schroedersauto.com
LLC
7287 McKeague Rd., Argonne, WI 54511
Restore Maintain - Grow
Commercial - Residential - New Construction Industrial - Electrical Repairs
CALL TODAY
715-622-0832
"The right way for the
right price..." Betc
Seamless Gutters
Sales and Service
Ron Platek
10 W. Keenan
715-362-3376 Rhinelander, WI
FREE ESTIMATES
Walentowski
Repair & service on all makes.
Complete stock of all parts. New,
used and rebuilt vacuums.
AVCO VACUUM
CLEANER CO.
NATE'S AFFORDABLE
ROOFING, LLC.
Fully Insured
Provides:
Insulating, Chimney Work,
Flashing & Rubber Roofing
Still Smoking
on Main Street
Crandon, between
Duck's and Pickers.
(715) 478-4059
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BUYING NOW
Aluminum
Cans!
50¢/lb
Complete Autos.................$120/GT
Auto Bodies......................$100/GT
Tin/Appliances..................$80/GT
No. 1 Copper......................$1.70/lb
No. 2 Copper......................$1.47/lb
Misc. Aluminum...................$.43/lb
Yellow Brass......................$1.08/lb
Clean Copper Radiators.....$1.10/lb
Aluminum Rims...................$.55/lb
Clean Cast Brake Drums
& Rotors.........................$205/GT
Prices Subject to
Change Without Notice
Automotive
Batteries
$4.50 Minimum
or 15¢ lb.
D.J.'S RECYCLING
Hours: Mon. - Fri., 7:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.; Sat. 8 - Noon
6516 Cty G, Cavour, WI, 715-649-3223
FOR SALE: Harley Davidson
2007 Dodge Charger R/T
2008 Dyna Street Bob. Black
and chrome. 2,200 miles.
Mechanic owned and
maintained. Extras include
forward controls, Reinhart
exhaust, LED flush mount
gauge and tank. Kelly Blue
Book value over $9,500.
Asking $8,500 OBO. Call 715889-5550. Leave message. For Sale: 07 Dodge Charger
P50
R/T with 5.7L Hemi, Limited
FOR SALE: 1997 Chevy van slip rear diff, Automatic,
2500. 185,000 miles. 2-wheel Leather interior, Power
drive. $1,000. GMC 2000 pick moonroof, Spoiler, Aluminum
up with topper. 231,000 miles. wheels, and many more
2-wheel drive. $1,300. Call extras. Dealer maintained.
608-617-6749.
P49 Call 906-774-2120 B45ETC
The Deadline for ads in the
Pioneer Express is 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday
Vote
Jim Smith
Wabeno School Board
April 7th
ANTIGO EYE CARE CENTER
Dr. Becker, Dr. Peterson, & Dr. Beyersdorf, Optometrists
Hours: Mon., Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
810 5th Ave., Antigo • 715-623-3620
PIONEER EXPRESS PAGE 16, MARCH 23, 2015
POST
LAKE
INN
Daily
Specials
BLT & Memphis Pulled Pork
• AWESOME BLOODY MARYS
• FRIDAY FISH FRY • FREE WIFI
Hours: Wed. - Mon.
11 a.m. - Close;
Tuesday Closed
SAT & SUN AT 10 A.M.
WEEKDAYS AT 11 A.M. - CLOSED TUESDAYS
Located in Beautiful Downtown
Post Lake • 715-275-3611
FREE WIFI
Lake Metonga
Mon & Wed - Thurs open at 3:00 pm
Fri-Sun open at 11:30 am
New York Strip - $11.95 • Rib Eye - $12.95
Happy Hour 4 -7 p.m.
$3.00 Cheeseburgers
AYCE Haddock Fish Fry - $11.95
FRIDAY
Thursday
SATURDAY•Prime Rib
King $20.95 • Queen $18.95 • Prince $17.95
50¢ Wings
SUNDAY
BBQ PORK RIBS - $10.95
Fri & Saturday
Kids Dinner & Sandwich Menu
Fish Fry
Cod, Perch
& Shrimp
FULL MENU CARRY OUTS
Sunday
Louisiana Mardi Gras
Cajun Fest
Fried Chicken Dinner
Serving every Wednesday & Thursday
in February and March
Seafood Gombo - Seafood, Vegetables, Okra,
Creole Sauce on a Bed of Rice $11.95.
Seafood Lasagna - Shrimp, Crawfish, Crab, in
layers of pasta with Spinach, Cheese, and
Marinara. $14.95.
Cajun Seafood Platter - Fried Shrimp, Oyster,
Deviled Crab, Crawfish, and Catfish. $19.50.
Fried Oyster Plate - Lightly Breaded Fresh
Oysters with Cajun Seasoning and Hot Sauce.
$14.95.
Pastalaya - Penne Pasta with Smoked Sausage,
Chicken Breast topped with Parmesan Cheese.
$12.95.
Cajun Shrimp - Penne Pasta with Sauteed Shrimp
with Garlic Cream Sauce. $14.95.
Lousiana Shrimp Boil - Red Potatoes, Corn on the
Cob, Shrimp with our own Red Beans and Rice,
and fresh baked Sour Dough Bread. $14.95.
* In addition to our full menu *
Daily Specials
Offered Tuesday-Thursday
Fri. - Fish Fry - Perch, Cod & Walleye
Main
Street Ed’s
Homemade German Potato Salad!
Argonne, WI • 715-649-3810
www.mainstreeteds.com
Sat. - Ribs, Steak, Prime Rib & Shrimp
Sushi days are Wednesday-Saturday
Health Fact: Tuna and Salmon are rich sources of Omega 3
fatty acids, which are highly beneficial in the prevention of
heart disease and stroke.
20 min south of Three Lakes on 32S
Winter Hours: Open at 3 p.m. Tuesday - Friday
Open at 11:00 a.m. Saturday& Sunday
CLOSED MONDAY • Dinner Specials Start at 4 p.m.
715-484-3045 • Located in Pearson
Intersection of Hwy. 55 & T, on Hwy. 55
MARCH STEAK SPECIAL
16 oz Kansas City Strip
with Mushrooms and Onions $19.95
Mexican Menu Monday & Tues
Tacos - Burritos - Quesadillas- enchiladas & More
Friday All You Can Eat
Fish Fry $11.95
NIGHTLY- Smoked Ribs•Ribeye•Chicken & Ribs
Buckets To Go
21 pc Fish & Tartar Sauce,
21 pc Chicken Tenders or
50 pc Shrimp & Shrimp Sauce
EACH include Fries, Slaw, & Rye Bread
e ac
Lamb Chops $15.95
OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK!
Mon. & Tues. 11 a.m.-Close
Wed.-Sat. 7 a.m.-Close, Sun. 8 a.m.-Close
LUNCH & DINNER SPECIALS DAILY
BREAKFAST WEDNESDAY-SUNDAY
Main Street Ed’s
20 min south of Three Lakes on 32S
Wednesday
Bar - Restaurant - Motel
Pizza • Chili • Burgers • And More!
Argonne, WI • 715-649-3810
www.mainstreeteds.com
THURSDAY • Our Special Steak Night
Donovan's Trailside Inn
Sush
Pizza i,
& Mo 's
re!
On Deck Platter & Yukiko Sushi Bar
$29.9h 5
Half Off Appetizers
Dine In Only
PLATTER
123 N. Lake Ave
715-478-0077
Liver & Onion $7.95
The perfect blend of family & fine dining
Open 365 Days a Year for your Convenience
Bar: Mon. - Fri. 4 p.m., Sat . & Sun. 1:00 p.m.
Dinner: Mon. - Thurs. 4:45 p.m., Fri - Sun. 4:30 p.m.
boneless & traditional
Closed Tuesdays
Thursday's Special
On beautiful Lake Lucerne
Friday Fish Fry &
Saturday Steak Specials
-Wednesday$10 ALL YOU CAN EAT
Chicken Wings
715-478-1059
Currently taking applications for
kitchen and wait staff
Open Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.
Sunday 3 p.m.-7 p.m. • Closed Mondays
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Monday
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MENU INCLUDES SURF & TURF
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WEEKLY SPECIALS: Mar 23 -29
Mon: Shredded Beef Hoagie $5.75
Tuesday: Wow! All You Can Eat
Wings & Salad Bar $8.95
Wed: Spaghetti & Meatballs & Salad Bar $9.75
Thur: Roast Pork Plate $8.25
Friday: Fish Fry $9.25 W/ BBQ RIBS JUST $12.95
Tenderloin & Ribeye Dinners now available DAILY!
Hotel Crandon
North Lake Avenue Downtown Crandon
715-478-2414
OPEN WED. & THURS. EVENINGS 4:30 - 8 P.M.
Breakfast: Mon. - Sat., 6 - 11 a.m.; Lunch: Mon. - Fri., 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Friday Dinner: 4-8 p.m., Saturday Dinner: 5-8 p.m., Sundays: 7 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Bids & Notices
Notice of Public Hearing
NOTICE REQUEST FOR BIDS - CITY OF CRANDON
Pursuant to 40 CFR 25.5, the Sokaogon Chippewa
Community Natural Resources Board will hold a public
hearing on April 13, 2015 at 1:30 p.m. at the Sokaogon
Chippewa Environmental building located at 3051 Sand
Lake Road, Crandon, Wisconsin. Input will be sought on
the Sokaogon Chippewa Community Water Quality
Standards Triennial Review.
Interested public officials and private citizens are welcome
to attend. All applicable written materials pertaining to this
hearing are available for public review by contacting the
Sokaogon Environmental Director, Tina L. Van Zile at (715)
478-7605.
Vote Jim Smith
Town of Wabeno
Supervisor
April 7th
Mole Lake Sokaogon Chippewa
Hazard Mitigation Plan
Public Informational Meeting
Notice is hereby given by the Mole Lake Sokaogon
Chippewa that there will be a public informational meeting
at the Tribal Administration/Enviromental Building, 3051
Sand Lake Road, Mole Lake on Tuesday, March 31, 2015
from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. to discuss the draft Tribal All
Hazards Mitigation Plan.
The meeting will be an open house format and provide
information about the natural hazards that can affect the
Mole Lake Community and the strategies being developed
to mitigate against future loses and reduce public
expenditure for response and recovery. A copy of the draft
material can be reviewed on the web at
http://www.ncwrpc.org/Forest/MoleLakeHzdPlan.html.
All interested parties are encouraged to attend. Contact
Sokaogon Environmental Director, Tina Van Zile at 715478-7605 for more information.
FOR SALE BY
LAONA STATE BANK
1998 Chev. Reg. cab 1/2 ton 4x4 Plow Truck
133k miles - 7 1/2 ft. plow/fiberglass topper
Can be seen at the Laona office. Accepting Bids on truck and
plow until March 30. Bank can accept or reject any or all
offers. Mail offers to bank at: P.O. Box 128 - Laona, WI 54541.
Any questions, call Dick or Chad at 715-674-2911.
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USED
BOOK
SALE
MARCH 31ST
thru APRIL 4TH
9-5 on Tues,
Wed. & Thur &
9 - 12 on
Fri. & Sat
CRANDON
LIBRARY
110 W POLK
Books for All Ages
Both paperbacks
& Hard Cover
All proceeds
benefit the Library
& their scholarship
The City of Crandon is requesting bids for remodeling the exterior of the
Crandon City Hall. The project includes remodeling the front and a portion of the north
and south walls and painting the remainder of the building.
Information and specifications can be obtained at the Crandon City Hall Clerk's
Office located at 601 W. Washington St., Crandon, WI 54520. Bids are to be submitted
no later than 4 p.m. on Friday, March 27, at Crandon City Hall at the above location.
Bids will be opened at a Public Property Committee meeting on Monday,
March 30, at 5 p.m. and submitted to the full city council on Wednesday, April 1, 2015.
Project to be completed no later than August 1, 2015.
ANOTHER AUCTION WITH
COL. www.colrene.net
RENE' BRASS
A RECORD YEAR AHEAD! (Many Real Estate, Personal Property, Etc.)
WE NOT ONLY LIST REAL ESTATE... WE SELL!!!
1. Tomahawk, WI - Beautiful, executive home with pond and buildings, Also an additional home on 40
acres.
2. Crandon, WI - Home with 100' of lake frontage on crystal clear Lake Lucerne. TO BE SOLD
REGARDLESS OF PRICE.
3. Land O' Lakes, WI - Beautiful country home with outer buildings.
4. Phillips, WI - Gorgeous 3,416 sq. foot home with nearly 400 feet of lake frontage, all bordering golf
course. Too many pluses to name all. Also, like new Cleary building on separate acres. ALL TO BE
SOLD REGARDLESS OF PRICE!
5. Eagle River, WI - Commercial real estate with executive offices and buildings. On Main Street.
6. Marquette, MI - Skidsteers, pick up, fork lift, tractors, trailers, etc.
7. Eagle River, WI - Bank ordered contractor's auction. Dump truck, Telehandler fork lifts, Huge, huge
amount of tools and more!
8. Tomahawk, WI - Pug, (N.H.) 4 w.d. tractor, 20 guns, pick up, Load Master trailer, many Milwaukee
and other tools, boats and motors, lovely home furnishings and more!
9. Phillips, WI - Lovely home furnishings, tools, a dandy Crisscraft wood boat, pontoon and other
boats, ATV, canoe, JD lawn tractor, tillers, boat lifts, tools and more!
10. Eagle River, WI - Antique farm tractors, farm machinery, crane, trailers, etc.
11. Land O' Lakes, WI - 2007 Corvette convertible with only 30,000 miles, snowmobile, enclosed
trailer, guns, home furnishings, etc.
R.W.A's Col. Rene Brass #424, Col. Robert St. Louis #450.
ST. LOUIS AUCTIONS, LLC 715-367-1668
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF WABENO AREA
REGULAR BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING
WEDNESDAY, April 1, 2015
Community Room - Wabeno Elementary School
6:30 P.M.
AGENDA
I. Call to Order
II. Roll call
III. Pledge of Allegiance
IV. Agenda Approval
V. Public Comment (10 Minute Maximum per Person)
This is a listening session for the community to address the
Board. The maximum time limit for this section is 30 minutes. The
purpose of this segment of the meeting is for the Board to listen to
the views of our community. Please understand that although the
Board may not necessarily comment or ask questions, this does
not mean your concerns have not been recognized or understood.
VI. Approval of Minutes of the Regular School Board Meeting
on March 9, 2015.
VII. Approval of Vouchers and Payroll
VIII. Informational Items
Forest County Health Department
April activities & announcements
WIC DRAFT PICKUP:
Wednesday, April 1st & Wednesday, April 8th--County
Health Dept., Courthouse, Crandon, 8:30-12:00 a.m. or
1:00-4:30 p.m. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding a baby,
a new mother, or have children under 5 years old, you may
be eligible for the WIC “Woman, Infants & Children”
nutrition program. WIC provides free healthy foods
(including formula for infants), breastfeeding support and
nutrition information. Phone Julie at 715-478-3371 to see
if you are eligible.
CHILDHOOD IMMUNIZATION CLINIC: Call 715-478-3371
for an appointment.
Wednesday, April 22nd--County Health Department,
Courthouse, Crandon, 1:30 to 4:00 p.m.
NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH WEEK APRIL 6th – 12th:
Find out what Public Health does for you by visiting our
website forestcountypublichealth.org
COMMUNITY BABY SHOWER:
Wednesday, April 29th – Crandon Community Building
(601 W Washington Street), 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. If you are
Pregnant or have a baby under one year of age this event
is for you. You will find out about community resources to
help you parent your new baby, hear about dental health,
questions and answers regarding all pregnancy and
postpartum and you will get to meet new people.
This event is sponsored by the Forest County
Family Services Network.
If you would like more
information, please call the UW Extension Office at 715528-5490.
a. Janet Opiela, School Board President, will present updates
and information.
b. Kimberly Odekirk, District Administrator, will present updates
and information.
IX. Action Items
a. Discuss and take possible action on School Board Policy
9270-Private or Tribal Schooling.
b. Discuss and take possible action on offering a summer
school program.
c. Discuss and take possible action on the resignation of a
teaching staff member.
d. Discuss and take possible action on a Jr. High Football
coach’s letter of resignation.
X. Pursuant to Wisconsin Statues 19.85 (1) (c) (e) and Wisconsin
Statutes 120.13, the Board will enter into closed session to:
a. Discuss employment, promotion, compensation or
performance evaluation data of any public employee over which
the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises
responsibility.
b. Review academic progress of expelled students.
XI. Return to open session to take possible action on items
discussed in closed session.
XII. Adjourn
NOTE: THE AGENDA IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AS ALLOWED
BY LAW.
insurance for employees for the 2014-2015 school year.
X. Adjourn.
NOTE: THE AGENDA IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AS ALLOWED BY LAW.
NAMI Northern Lakes Annual
Member Meeting
The NAMI Annual Member Meeing will be on
Tuesday, March 24th, 7:00 p.m., First United Methodist
Church, Arbutus Street, Rhinelander.
Hope William of Ministry Healthcare, will be
speaking on nutrition and general well-being and the
impact on mental health recovery.
At the Annual Member Meeting there will be a
vote for the Board of Directors, and we will also celebrating
the 4th anniversary of NAMI Northern Lakes.
Car Seat Safety
The Forest County Health Department has a
certified child passenger safety technician who is
available to help parents and caregivers choose the right
car seat for their child. She will make sure the seat is
installed properly and will provide education on the laws
that apply to child safety seats.
A limited supply of car seats are available to lowincome Forest County families through a grant from
Wisconsin Information Network for Safety. For more
information or to see if you qualify for a car seat call Julie
at 715-478-3371.
April at the Lakes Country
Public Library
Join us for “Making Altered Books” at the library:
Wednesday, April 15 at 3:00 p.m. Learn how to recycle an
old book by making it into artwork that’s also a great
conversation piece. Call 715-276-9020 or stop in to sign
up for this program.
Other library programs include: Story Time for
ages 3 and up every Tuesday at 10:00 a.m.; Knitting
Group: Wed., April 8 and 22 at 2 p.m.; Up North Author’s
Circle: April 8 at 5 p.m. for writers. New members and
drop-ins welcome.
New books coming up in April include: Memory
Man by David Baldacci and One Last Home by Debbie
Macomber. New CD: Hozier featuring hit single “Take Me
to Church.” New DVDs include Interstellar and Into the
Woods and new TV DVD set: Longmire Season 3. Call or
stop in to put your name on the list for new releases and
much more.
The Lakes Country Public Library is at 15235
Hwy. 32 in Lakewood. Phone: 715-276-9020. Open Mon.,
Tues., Thurs. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Wed. & Fri. 2 to 8 p.m.
and Sat. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Website is
LakesCountryLibrary.org.
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Thank you!!
Thank you to those who
participated & attended the St.
Patty's Day Parade. Special
thank you to the Crandon Color
Guard and Tom Arndt!
Thank Yous &
Personals
Happy 65th
Anniversary
Herman &
Irene Koch!
A Daughter
A daughter is a wonderful blessing,
A treasure from above.
She's laughter, warmth and special charm.
She's thoughtfulness and love.
With every year that passes,
she's more special than before.
Through every stage,
Through every age,
You love her more.
Love,
Mom and Dad
Terry, Keegen, Gavyn and Dakota
Dave and Patty
Randy, Sue and family
Lloyd, Charisa and family
Jay and family
Mark & Amy Gatton & Family
Alicia Bradley & Crandon Drama
The Hotel Staff
Cindy Bradley & Amy Lyons
Jim McMillion
Penny Ison
The Mullins Boys
Channel 12
April 7, 2015
for these people:
Lloyd Fulcer
Tim Tucker
Kevin Podjaski
Authorized and paid for by
Committee for Better Town
Government of Wabeno
In Memory of
Tammy Statezny Quillman
September 11, 1981 - March 31, 2012
Thank you!
VOTE
Love, Mike, Pam, Fred,
Kevin & Alex
Thank you to everyone
who joined us at the
Step Back In Time
Fundraiser.
We truly appreciate
your support!
The Crandon
Public Library
Thank You
I would like to thank all of you wonderful friends who
supported me through my recent illness. Thank you for the
many, many cards. Thank you for the phone calls, visits and
thank you for the prayers.
Thank you Pastor Verge for the visits and the words of
encouragement.
Thank you Forest County Potawatomi Elder Department and
all of your drivers for seeing that I got to all my appointments.
Words cannot express the feelings of gratitude that I have for
each of you and how much it meant and means to me.
Clarice Ritchie
THANK YOU
Thank you AGI Healthcare for the many
years of wonderful care. You are a special
group of people.
Thank you Weber Hill Funeral Home for
helping with the arrangements.
Everyone who called, sent cards, flowers or
brought food, thank you all so much. God
bless all of you.
The family of Duane (Buck) Weber
He will never be forgotten.
To say thank you for all the wonderful
support, help and encouragement I have received
since my illness and surgery, just does not seem to be
enough. I sincerely wish I could express myself in a more
spectacular way.
To my sons, their wives and families, my sister and all my
friends, THANK YOU for all you have done for me... the meals,
cards, words of encouragement, trips to doctor appointments and
just being there for me.
I can't express what everything has meant to me. I am blessed
with terrific family and friends!
Thanks again,
Kay Champine Kammerer
HCE activity enjoyed by members
On March 17, 2015, Daniel C. Kallgren, Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of History at UW Marinette, (pictured)
presented a program “It Wasn’t all Ozzie and Harriett” at
Wells Fargo Bank in Gillett, which was extremely
interesting. Mr. Kallgren covered the period after WWII
which as he stated “wasn’t all poodle skirts, sock hops and
Rock Around the Clock but included the Cold War, the Civil
Rights Movement and much more. A lunch followed with a
“St. Patrick’s Day” pot luck meal brought in by the HCE
members. In the afternoon a Spring Council Meeting and a
Silent Auction was held.
Future activities include “Stitches of Love”,
making fleece quilts and book bags. This will be held on
March 24th at Brookside Town Hall in Pensaukee at 9:30
a.m.
On April 21, 2015, HCE will meet at the
Campshure Farm, 5123 Glynn Road, Oconto, for Teacup
Gardening at 9:30 a.m.
On May 5, 2015 HCE will hold their annual banquet at
Romy’s Holiday Inn at Kelly Lake.
Join HCE, meet great people, form new
friendships, have fun & learn, HCE offers opportunities for
learning in a social setting.
HCE is open to all, for information to join a Club in
your area or to be an individual member contact Joy
Campshure, Oconto County President at 920-834-2257.
Chequamegon-Nicolet National
Forest trail closures
RHINELANDER, Wis. (March 11, 2015) – The
Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest’s snowmobile, allterrain vehicle (ATV), utility-terrain vehicle (UTV), horse
and bicycle trails are now closed and will remain closed
until further notice.
During this time period, the use of wheeled motorized
vehicles, mountain bikes, horses or other pack or saddle
animals is prohibited on National Forest System trails.
This seasonal closure of trails during spring
break-up reduces rutting and erosion of trails which often
occurs when the soil is saturated. Protecting recreation
trails during this time period reduces the likelihood of trail
closures during the high use season to repair damaged
segments.
ATV routes and other trails designated by towns
under state law are not affected by this closure. Trail users
should check local regulations for trails they plan to use.
ATV, horse and mountain bike enthusiasts are
encouraged to do their part in helping to protect
everyone’s recreation opportunities by honoring this
closure.
To check the status of recreational trails in your
area go to , follow us on Twitter at , or call your local Forest
Service Ranger District office.
CUSTOM PRINTING
Envelopes • Business Cards • Raffle Tickets
Posters • Letterheads • Carbonless Business Forms & More
Pioneer Express • 715-478-3640
Fun and whimsical, The Good Lovelies
to perform at Nicolet College March 26
bringing their considerable musical talent to audiences
across the United States and Austrailia.
Tickets are $15 and can be purchased online at
nicoletlive.com or by calling (715) 365-4646.
Wabeno School Savings Challenge
Funny and upbeat, with just a pinch of sass, The
Good Lovelies will bring their sweet, textbook three-part
harmonies to the Nicolet College Theatre at 7:30 p.m.,
Thursday, March 26.
Their lively repertoire mixes folk, bluegrass, and
jazz, and their irresistible voices never fail to charm. With
equal parts city and country, highway and home, the
Canadian trio is noted for lighthearted songwriting and
uplifting charm.
“They bring this collective personae to the stage
that really resonates with the audience,” said Jim Nuttall,
Nicoelt College Theatre director. “The atmosphere they
create is fun, oftentimes whimsical, and always
entertaining.”
Being consumate music professionals, each of
the three women are adept at playing more than a half
dozen instruments and constantly trade and switch pieces
during a performance.
In Canada, they’ve been the darlings of summer
music festivals for 10 years, including stops at the storied
Mariposa and Hillside Festivals and the Montreal Jazz
Festival. In recent years they’ve expanded their tours,
If all men were just, there
would be no need of valor.
Greek Proverb
FOR SALE: 13" color tv/vcr,
$25. Sentry safe, 18"x18",
$50. Pindle hitch, $15.
Electric sander, $5. 4 1/2"
grinder, $15. Call 715-4783500.
P49
MOVING: Full size bed,
complete, $35. More
furniture, material, crafts,
needlework, card making and
sewing supplies. 3 bedroom
home. Deeded access to
upper Post Lake. Under
market value. 1.5 acres.
$45,000. Call owner at 715275-5350.
P49
FOR SALE: Firestone
235x75x15, new, $15. Hay
carriage with grapple or fork,
complete with short I beam,
new rope and pulley. Hang
from your barn or garage.
Good condition. $150. Call
715-757-3757 in the evening.
P49
FOR SALE: Dehumidifier older unit but used very little
and works great. $25. Call
715-484-2671.
P49
Still Smoking
207 N. Lake Ave.
Crandon
Close out
while supplies
last!
Crown E-Juice 12ml was
$5.99, now $3.99
Midwest E-Juice 10 ml
was $5.99, now $2.00
We have the only build
your own E-cigarette shop
in the county!
Stop, shop and save at
Still Smoking.
We are your E-cigarette
headquarters.
Still Smoking
on Main Street
Crandon, between
Duck's and Pickers.
(715) 478-4059
Betc22
The Wabeno School Savings Challenge is well
underway in the 7th and 8th grades. The February winners
and prizes awarded are as follows (from left to right): 1st
Place: Jennifer Shopodock - Ipad Mini; 2nd Place: Logan
Porter-Thompson - VISA giftcard; 3rd Place: Connor
Brunette - $30 Google Play Card.
Congratulations to all of the winners!
Cowards die many times
before their deaths. William
Shakespeare
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St. Paddy's Day Continued from page 1
Continued from page 1
Pickerel's Maplewood Golf Course, for some reason, seems
to be anxious for spring to arrive.
Grose Excavating's entry was a hit. They featured an Irish
Labrador Retriever. It is a little seen breed, but attractive!
St. John's Lutheran Church added lots of color and a festive
touch to the parade.
Dvorak's Docks featured and Irish fishing boat and a unique
Leprechaun that passed out candy to the kids.
Tell Them You Saw it in
The Pioneer!
Final Lap brought a great vintage car. A fine time was had
by all, but we aren't sure how they felt Sunday morning.