Daily Archives: July 16, 2019

Encouraging folks down to go around the world at the Green Lake County Fair Aug. 1 to 4 are, from left, Caroline Retzlaff, Debra Dowen, Eileen Hochmuth, Miltred Roeder and Debra Dowen. Joe Schulz photo by Joe Schulz The Green Lake County Fair will take folks around the world as it […]

GL County Fair will go ‘Around the World’

Tennessee native Jacob Wheeler reels in a bass. Of the 10 anglers who fished Sunday, only Wheeler took the time for a four-hour ride around Big Green Lake during a day off earlier in the week. Garrick Dixon photo by Joe Schulz During the summer months it’s not unusual to see […]

A bass-tacular event

Folks of all ages gather behind Town Square for the grand opening of Mill Pond Terrace. Joe Schultz photo by Joe Schulz Folks of all ages gathered behind Town Square July 2 for Mill Pond Terrace’s grand opening. The celebration gave patrons their first look at the venue and conjoined […]

‘There’s so much joy with this project’

Enjoying their stop on the Eureka Lock are, clockwise, from front left, Berlin Boat Club Director Josh Nigbor, Berlin Boat Club Vice Commodore Dick Schramer, Russ Kuehn, Sue Kuehn, Ashley Nigbor, Cris Schramer, Berlin Boat Club Secretary Sandy Cartmill and Larry Reagan. Joe Schulz photo by Joe Schulz Located 6.3 miles […]

Eureka Lock powered by corn

The Roger Williams Inn was constructed in 1930 when The Stone Company worked to turn the area into a resort community. submitted photo by Joe Schulz Seventy-five years ago, the Green Lake Conference Center (GLCC) hosted its first conference. This summer it will hold a conference honoring the past present and […]

75 years of memories

FIREWORKS REFLECT ON the waters of Dartford Bay as Green Lake commemorates the Declaration of Independence. Joe Schulz photo by Joe Schulz Green Lake hosted a smorgasbord of events to commemorate America’s Independence Thursday, July 4. SUPPORTING THE RED, white and blue are, from left, Sam Thill, Eleanor Rogers, Betsy […]

Green Lake has a blast on the Fourth of July

Joe Schulz hold up his almost literal donut inner tubes at Hattie Sherwood Beach. Katherine Swapp photo by Joe Schulz The beach. What better way to spend a hot summer day in Green Lake? My friend Katherine and I recently went to Hattie Sherwood Beach for a day of fun in […]

Donut forget sunscreen

THE SUN SETS on the do-it-yourselfer Prune and his new, expensive clothesline. submitted photo  by: Todd Sharp There is a beautiful simplicity in performing a repetitive chore with little effort and energy. Initially, the set up can get a little more complicated. My 4th of July was spent pursuing freedom from […]

The Prune: Nothing says holiday like building your own clothesline

Guests, including from left, Jo Ellen Madden, Jodi Olmen and Loni Meiborg, dazzled as they dressed the part at the GLA’s 2018 prohibition-themed gala. This year, attendees will have the opportunity to twinkle and shine as they dress to impress at the GLA’s black-tie optional 2019 gala: A Night Among […]

GLA will reach for the stars at Aug. 3 gala

Joel Jorgensen of Green Lake, holds up his 28-inch lake trout. He and his family caught all lake trout except for one white bass. submitted photo by Joe Schulz Big Green Lake What’s hot: Most fish What’s not: Not much Guide’s Corner: Joel Baranowski, North Bay Sport and Liquor, 920-294-6462 […]

Clearer water is leading to better fishing