Daily Archives: September 22, 2016

After searching through the pumpkins, Green Lake Area Chamber of Commerce’s Liane Walsh, left, and Roberta Martin pick out their favorite pumpkins in anticipation for Green Lake’s Harvest Fest. Harvest Fest set for Sept. 23 to 25 by Hannah Tetzlaff Like Cinderella’s pumpkin, Green Lake will transform into an enchanted […]

Fall into Green Lake’s largest bash

Berlin Historical Society chairman Chris Kalupa walks past the graveyard at Oakwood Cemetery. She, along with others, will lead groups of people Saturday, Oct. 15 during the 14th-annual Ghost Walk. Hannah Tetzlaff photo Berlin Ghost Walk features theme based on lawyers by Hannah Tetzlaff The Berlin Historical Society will give […]

Corpses within body of law

Attendees socialize at a past From the Land festival. The folk-art event will take place this year, Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 15 and 16.     Folk-art event will take place Oct. 15 & 16 rain or shine by Hannah Tetzlaff Even if it means donning a Native American jingle dress […]

Arts & crafts From The Land

Establishing a healthy riparian zone and vegetative buffer helps keep sediment and nutrients like phosphorus from entering the stream, and eventually, Green Lake. by Alison Thiel Brian Olmen knows exactly where he was on June 13, 2008. He wa standing on the western banks of a typically small stream that […]

Eight years later, restored creek benefits Green Lake

Calvin Michael smiles as he shows off the 20-inch lake trout he caught while fishing Aug. 31 on Big Green Lake. The photo was submitted by Jessica Michael as part of the Green Laker Photo Contest. by Hannah Tetzlaff Big Green Lake What’s hot: Lake trout What’s not: Smallmouth bass […]

Fishing picking up as summer comes to close