Daily Archives: July 12, 2016


THE GOOSE BLIND is owned by Mary Rowley, who is the current state Restaurateur of the Year.   Ian Stepleton photo by Ian Stepleton Let’s play a game. I’ll call it, “Can I make your mouth water?” Close your eyes, and imagine … … Fresh basil on a pizza. … […]

Chef Modrow, how does your garden grow?!


BOATERS AND other attendees enjoy a past Boat Jam event, which consists of a live band performing on a barge in  the middle of Norwegian Bay. This year’s event is slated for Sunday, July 17.                 submitted photo by Hannah Tetzlaff No crowd […]

Boats + music = Jam of the summer



CROSSROADS EMPLOYEES INCLUDE, from left, Brooke Goyette, produce manager; Fran Wrezzes, deli department; Carl Tednes, meat department manager; and new manager Mark Anderson.            Ian Stepleton photo by Ian Stepleton ians@riponprinters.com Last fall, Crossroads Market in Green Lake found itself at its namesake: a crossroad. Customers […]

New owner, manager excited to lead Crossroads Market




GLA president Kent DeLucenay encourages members to get involved, be committed and stay informed as the GLA and its lake partners continue lake management momentum this year.  submitted photo  by Allison Thiel More than 50 interested community members gathered in the name of water quality at the Green Lake Association’s […]

GLA presents road map to cleaner water




Green Lake chamber is running Facebook promotion to inform, reward followers ABOVE, GOODIES THAT may be won by “liking” or commenting on a picture of the beach bag that the Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce posts on Facebook every Tuesday sit on a chair in front of Green Lake. […]

Win all of this with a click of the mouse




GORDON WIESE OF Ripon shows off a 46-inch muskie he caught and released June 14 while fishing on Big Green Lake with his son, Darren Wiese of Green Lake.   submitted  photo  by Hannah Tetzlaff Big Green Lake What’s hot: Smallmouth bass What’s not: Everything else Guide’s Corner: Dennis Walker, […]

Fishing should pick up after Fourth of July lull