Daily Archives: August 28, 2018

At .01 miles away, the Thrasher Opera House is decidedly closer way to get one’s art fix. Pictured are, from left, Dennis Duijsters, Helcia Bierman, Maria Dietrich, Krista Norton, Mary Allen and Tim Lyke. Ariana Hones photo by Ariana Hones In place of an open New York field will be […]

Get ready to groove

Bill Munsey, chair of the planning committee for the Green Lake Chili Cook-off, tastes some of his own concoctions. Ariana Hones photo by Ariana Hones Ostrich. Venison. Buffalo. Beef. All related through their home in the chili pot. The inclusion of one of these meats spiced to perfection may even […]

Stirring up champion flavors

ABOVE, PRINCETON CRANE Festival organizers, from left, Mary and Bob Vethe, and Greg and Carol Bielski get ready to involve the community in all things wildlife. Left, a crane pokes its beak into a camera out of curiosity. Ariana Hones and submitted photo by Ariana Hones “I think about how […]

Princeton gives a whoop

Members of the Davidson County band play the night away during last year’s Street Bash. submitted photo by Ariana Hones The last days of summer drenched in a Green Lake atmosphere of camaraderie and music. The Mill Pond-lined streets blocked off as hundreds flock for a final evening of jubilee. […]

A bash to remember

Doug Norton tells stories of growing up on the Marina Wednesday, Aug. 15 during the Dartford Historical Society’s Lunch in the Park series. Ariana Hones photo by Ariana Hones Ask any person fishing on Green Lake and they can probably say a thing or two about lake trout. From the […]

Norton shares stories of marina

From left, Ariana Hones, Marcel Hones and Kathleen Hones witness the culmination of the greater Green Lake watershed as they sit on the shore of Lake Michigan. Ariana Hones and submitted photo by Ariana Hones “Like the fur of the chinchilla. Like the cleanest tooth. Yes, the fishes say, this […]

Witnessing the watershed

THE PRUNE CHANGES the channel with his remote submitted photo by Todd Sharp How many of you were the human channel changer? The family remote control. I was restless and jumpy, so it was my job to spin the dial to “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” “Flip Wilson,” “60 Minutes,” […]

The Prune: It may seem remote, but change is just ...

KAYDEN STRONG SHOWS off the fish she and her brother, Carter, caught while fishing in Green Lake’s Mill Pond. This photo was submitted by Kent Strong as part of the 2018 Green Laker Photo Contest. by Ariana Hones Big Green Lake What’s hot: Smallmouth bass and walleye What’s not: Lake […]

Smallmouth bass one of best bites on lake