Daily Archives: May 22, 2018

FREELAND FILM FESTIVAL Event and Development Coordinator Evelyn Galster shows off her director’s chair in front of the festival’s headquarters: Town Square. For more information on the event, see the story on pages 14-15 of the Green Laker Issue 1. Reagan Zimmerman photo by Ariana Hones Green Lake will soon […]

Lights, Camera, Action

Casey Larson, far right, stands next to his Team USA ski jumping teammates during the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics. submitted photo by Ariana Hones When you are in Green Lake this summer, you might just run into the 100,000th male athlete to ever compete in the Olympics. A native of […]

From Green Lake to Pyeongchang

Bloch’s Farm is located off Highway 23 in Green Lake. Ariana Hones photo by Ariana Hones In the 1980s, long before the millennial craze of eating organic hit, Sue Ellen Bloch was selling organic free-range chickens and bouquets of herbs and flowers to the Green Lake community and surrounding area. […]

Cultivating the community one geranium at a time

GREEN LAKE RENEWAL Development and Marketing Manager Jorge Guiterrez shows off a rendering of the future Mill Pond Terrace. Construction on the project began earlier this month. Ariana Hones photo by Ariana Hones Anyone who has driven past downtown Green Lake in recent weeks has viewed a new sight or […]

A dream inching closer to reality

CLANCEY NICHOLLS LEAVES a wall of water behind him as he slices through Green Lake on his water skis during a past summer. submitted photo by Ariana Hones Bedecked in water skiing memorabilia while on his dock overlooking Green Lake, Clancey Nicholls remembers his first time water skiing. It was […]

Grassroots beginning bears years of water adventure

TOP, A YOUNG Ariana Hones, right, is all bundled up for outside time with brothers Marcel, left, and Orion. submitted photos by Arian Hones For those of you who have been gone for the winter, welcome back. For those who toughed it out through the snow and cold and drear, […]

New reporter welcomes summer with open arms

by Todd Sharp I’ve been going home for lunch since I bought a new car, spending money on car payments and insurance instead of melty cheese paninis and hearty soups at local restaurants. I miss the social connection of the serendipitous lunch guest or quietly writing correspondence during lunch break […]

The Prune – Booty duty: Prune decides how to stop, ...

Troop members, from left, Ella Sutula, Farrah Finley, Anna Heyn, Lexi Verbanac and Natalie Norton stand proudly after stenciling storm drains. The girls were chaperoned by troop leaders Jolene Finley and Sarah Heyn, and parent Sarah Marx. submitted photo by Alison Niescier The path of an urban raindrop is frequently […]

You don’t have to be a scout to do GL ...

by Ariana Hones Big Green Lake What’s hot: Northern pike, white bass and walleye What’s not: Lake trout Guide’s Corner: Dennis Walker, Dennis Walker Pontoon Guide Service on Big Green Lake, 294-0611 Walker noted white bass, largemouth bass and the occasional northern pike have been seen, and walleye are in […]

Guides: Stay in shallow water until it warms up