Daily Archives: June 6, 2017

A FEMALE bison, otherwise known as a cow, glances up between snacks of grass, fed to her by visitors.  Reagan Zimmerman photo by Reagan Zimmerman Being deceptively agile and fast, a bison possesses an attitude that not even a fence or vehicle can survive. Owner of 4M Bison Farm near […]

Where the Bison roam

JAKE AALFS HOLDS a nice-sized bass that he caught while fishing with his father, Jim, during last year’s Green Lake Regional Angler Young Angler Tournament. submitted photo by Reagan Zimmerman “It’s the smiles on their faces. It is in their heart. That is why we do it.” — Dave Norton, […]

Youth fishing tournament aims to reel in family fun

GOLF COURSES of Lawonia Golf Pro Josh Carroll tees off of the Links course to keep his golfing skills sharp. The Green Lake graduate returned home to take over the position last year. Reagan Zimmerman photo by Reagan Zimmerman Fresh out of college, Josh Carroll never thought he would return […]

Swinging his way back home

ABOVE, DARTFORD Historical Society President Larry Behlen opens the door for those who plan to vist the Dartford Depot Museum, which features an exhibit on the “Waters of Green Lake.”  Reagan Zimmerman by Reagan Zimmerman Imagine playing a game of volleyball on ice. Then, add in truck racing, while having […]

Exhibit opens door to history of Green Lake

David Stevens, left, and Jerry Parsons challenge each other at the net during the Berlin Adult Volleyball League. Reagan Zimmerman photo by Reagan Zimmerman Opening day was chilly with low-40 degree weather, but that didn’t stop the smiles on the players’ faces. Berlin’s Adult Volleyball League has been taking place […]

A spiking good time

A SIGN OFF COUNTY Trunk Highway GG in Cambria signals to people that they have found the Salem Cheesehouse, which has won several awards for its blue cheese. The cheese also may be found at several large chain stores. Reagan Zimmerman photos by Reagan Zimmerman Lambeau Field knows a fact […]

Salemville adds a little blue cheese to green & gold

GREEN LAKER REPORTER Reagan Zimmerman tries pulling a wagon-full of supplies that she purchased while shopping at rummage sales in Princeton. Sheridan Zimmerman photo by Reagan Zimmerman Shopping for your dorm room can get expensive. Whether buying storage containers or bedding, it is a pricey pursuit. I set out with […]

Reporter rummages for college bargains

Matthew Orto skates a quarter pipe at a skatepark in Rockford, Ill. Matthew is trying to bring a skatepark to Princeton. submitted photo by: Maic D’Agostino Skateboarders should be seen AND heard. That’s why Princeton residents Katie and Daniel Orto and their skateboarding son, Matthew, have been working since last […]

Splash: Princeton skatepark project wants kids to be seen and ...

TODD ISN’T THE only thing that’s Sharp in this photo. But an axe to the closet, he suggests, liberates the mind and “prunes” the soul. submitted photo by: Todd Sharp Sometimes the deadwood just has to go. Fruit trees grow better after pruning the deadwood out. A single leading branch […]

The Prune: Prepare for summer by pruning stuff, clearing the ...

Green Lake School District students assist the Lake Management Planning team in placing 27,500 native plant propagules (root stock) into the County Highway K Estuary. Propagules were strategically tossed into 12 fenced off carp exclosures. submitted photo by: Alison Thiel Editor’s note: This piece is the second story in a […]

GL students help restore Cty. Hwy. K estuary

Vicky Olinski holds a 6-pound lake trout that she caught while fishing with Mike Norton. Mike Norton photo by Reagan Zimmerman Big Green Lake What’s hot: Lake trout (at times) and rock bass What’s not: Smallmouth bass and walleye Guide’s Corner: Mike Norton’s Fishing and Hunting Adventures, www.biggreenlakefishing.com, 920-295-3617. Norton […]

Fishing will continue to improve with weather