Daily Archives: June 27, 2017

THE EVOLUTION OF 18 different eras of uniforms for the Green Bay Packers is on display at the team’s recently renovated hall of fame. Jonathan Bailey photos by Reagan Zimmerman Next to the four Lombardi trophies in the Super Bowl room at the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame, you […]

Hall of Fame material

GREEN LAKE SHOWS off its patriotic and national pride with large military vehicles in last year’s Fourth of July downtown parade. Hannah Tetzlaff photo by Reagan Zimmerman Planning for this year’s July 4th celebrations is heating up with fireworks, parades and more. Green Lake, Ripon and Berlin will celebrate another […]

Roll into Fourth of July celebrations

Ford’s Gathering is a place for visitors, residents and business owners of Princeton to come together as a community for drinks and live music every Saturday. Reagan Zimmerman photo by Reagan Zimmerman Growing up in a poor family, Rochelle Ford was introduced to the real estate industry at a young […]

Real estate is in the family for Ford

Special Events and Marketing Manager Hanna Meronk and Teen Coordinator Eric Gilbertson welcome kids ages 6 to 18 to the Boys & Girls Club of the Tri-County Area. Reagan Zimmerman photo by Reagan Zimmerman “A family outside of home.” That is what Hanna Meronk, director of special events and marketing, […]

Boys & Girls Club welcomes kids with open arms

RICH Murray and Nicole Casey stand in front of The Kingston House. They bought the Kingston restaurant in 2016 and hope to return it to its glory. Reagan Zimmerman photo by Reagan Zimmerman Going out for a bite to eat and can’t make it home? You once could just stay […]

New owners hope to bring life back into Kingston ...

Frank Gwidt packages homemade jams that Reagan Zimmeramn bought on her trip to the Princeton Flea Market. Aubreigh Zimmerman photo by Reagam Zimmerman As I was preparing for the Princeton Flea Market on Saturday morning, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I imagined a bunch of old people selling useless […]

Flea market exceeds reporter’s preconceptions

A secluded home on the shores of Green Lake is one that lake tour guides jokingly tell unsuspecting journalists belongs to such luminaries as Oprah Winfrey. Maic D’Agostino photo by Maic D’Agostino I’m not much of a boat person. I know that horrifies some people in Green Laker country, but […]

The Splash: Do famous residents really live on Green Lake?

by Todd Sharp Kissing goodbye. I have a friend who is traveling the world viewing its natural wonders. Her first-hand knowledge and belief in the science predicting global warming is profound enough that she is visiting the most exposed countries — kissing goodbye to the physical land and, in some […]

The Prune: A kiss is given before a farewell (or ...

Cory Marshell SHOWS off a lake trout he caught while fishing with his dad on Father’s Day. Dennis Walker guided the boat and helped with the catch. submitted photo by Reagan Zimmerman Big Green Lake What’s hot: Walleye, smallmouth bass and panfish What’s not: northern pike and lake trout Guide’s […]

Bass are heating up on Big, Little Green lakes