BY KEN KRALL – WXPR News There’s a new manager for the public bus service in Vilas and Oneida counties.
Each week the Star Journal features several individuals selected by law enforcement. The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office is asking for
STAR JOURNAL REPORT The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate a series of burglaries along this past week. On
The Nicolet Players community theater troupe will hold auditions Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 10 and 11, for upcoming productions of
More broadband investment needed Editor, How’s your internet connection? If you live in rural Wisconsin, it’s probably not very good.
BY THE MASKED BIOLOGIST Special to the Star Journal I like to follow our local “full-service” wildlife rehabilitator, Wild Instincts,
STAR JOURNAL REPORT The Rhinelander Masons are hosting a flea market featuring a variety of items for any and every
West Nile Virus found in Oneida County bird The Oneida County Health Department is reminding residents to protect themselves against
Saturday, Aug. 18 Hodag Farmers Market: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. through Oct. 15 at Pioneer Park. Buy local in-season food and
Donna M. Radzinski Stenzel, age 79 of Rhinelander died Friday, Aug. 10, 2018, at Friendly Village. She was born April
The Rookery Run disc golf course, part of the Newbold Outdoor Recreation Area, will be open for play Saturday, Sept.
BY EILEEN PERSIKE Editor Investigation into a burglary at the Kemp Street BP led Rhinelander police detectives to apprehend the
Jason Hawley Jr., said to have reached speeds of up to 119 m.p.h. By Eileen Persike Editor A $25,000 cash
Expected charges include embezzlement STAR JOURNAL REPORT A Remington Oil gas station manager and an alleged co-conspirator are expected to
BY KEN KRALL – WXPR NEWS A Rhinelander Police sergeant will lead a class next week to train the public
Steven Fletcher accepted a plea deal in May BY NAOMI KOWLES For the Star Journal Steven J. Fletcher was sentenced
BY EILEEN PERSIKE Editor Just over one third of registered Oneida County voters went to the polls in Tuesday’s primary
BY EILEEN PERSIKE Editor The Rhinelander school board Operations Committee Monday forwarded a resolution to the full board to add
STAR JOURNAL REPORT Community members stopped by Peoples State Bank on Lincoln Street last Friday to show their support for
STAR JOURNAL REPORT Nicolet Bank showed off the “bank of the future” with an open house and lunch Friday. Bank
Hodag athletes are in the gym, on the courts and fields preparing for the fall sport season. Here’s a look