Daily Archives: June 7, 2016


GETTING IN THE spirit for the Splash Into Summer event are, from left, Al Walker of Green Lake Mercantile, Freddie Walker, Elizabeth Walker of Green Lake Mercantile, Sarah Loberg of Special Properties, Steve Guth of Guth’s End of the Trail Candy Shoppe, Carrie Nolen of Sassafras Coffee and Danelle Smith […]

Splash into Summer June 11th




Owners of FireHaus BBQ have mastered craft over time by Hannah Tetzlaff Green Lake Reporter Igniting people’s taste-buds and lighting a fire in their hearts for barbecue, Dan Prill has come a long way since his failed first attempt at barbecuing 14 years ago. What started out as a hobby […]

Extinguishing Appetites


Sailors line up their boats at the start line, ready to test their mettle against the other competitors. submitted photo Catamaran Regatta returns Saturday, June 18 to Green Lake by Hannah Tetzlaff Green Lake Reporter Winds are picking up and the sails are bursting open as each day passes all […]

Setting Sail



THE GREEN LAKE community fills the dead-end Lake Street during the dedication of the new Legion building Memorial Day weekend.   Aaron Becker photo by Aaron Becker aaronb@riponprinters.com A distinct sound was heard here and there just as a ceremony began for Green Lake’s new Legion building. Ping … ping […]

Legion dream becomes a Green Lake reality


BEFORE SHE EVEN reaches her car, Green Laker reporter Hannah Tetzlaff devours a large part of the pretzel she bought from Pleasant View Bakery.     Sarah Tetzlaff photo by Hannah Tetzlaff Green Lake Reporter Google Maps lied to us. All my sister and I wanted to do was hunt […]

Following the… obscure dirt road to the Amish bakery



ANGLERS FROM A recent musky tournament on Little Green Lake show their excitement, and their catch.     submitted photo by Hannah Tetzlaff Green Lake Reporter Big Green Lake What’s hot: Lake trout, smallmouth and largemouth bass, northern pike and walleye What’s not: Perch Guide’s Corner: Joel Baranowski, North Bay […]

Fishing is picking up on Big Green and Little Green


STANDING NEXT TO the grave of War of 1812 Veteran Amos Dike are Princeton VFW members, from left, Vern Calbaum, Ken Licht, Jim Pifher, and Princeton VFW Commander Clint Rudesill. submitted photo by Ian Stepleton This may or may not be up your alley, but for a certain group — […]

Caring for the dead adds life to Princeton



by Todd Sharp I’ve taken to a safe pattern and opted to change my car tires each season expecting to get a greater grip on the road, switching from snow tires to summer driving tires. The results have been spectacular. No crashes or slipping into the ditch. Success! This spring […]

Prune takes ‘spare’ minute to admire patterns