Daily Archives: June 19, 2018

Baby piglets play in the dirt at Avrom Farm. Ariana Hones photos by Ariana Hones While they have been college graduates for a year, the learning has not stopped for Olivia Delaune and Hayden Holbert. And it won’t. Life becomes the classroom when grandpa’s art gallery acreage is turned into […]

Puppies, piglets and a party! Oh my!

Ardis Mitchell sits in her Green Lake home with the letter from Nina Leopold by Ariana Hones When Ardis Mitchell of Green Lake thinks about Aldo Leopold she recalls a Christmas doll. While most people view Leopold as a leader and developer of environmental ethics and conservation, those roles were […]

Ardis & Aldo

Tracy Matthias demonstrates both her yoga poses and apt for climbing large rocks. Submitted photo by Ariana Hones Light streams onto dark glossy floors. Plants abound. Enter Lotus Root Yoga studio. In a new location and in its second year of business. Having just finished teaching her morning Vinyasa class, […]

Lotus Root blossoms with new opportunities for wellness

The Greenway House displays its Victorian architectural roots during a sunny afternoon. submitted photo by Ariana Hones On the corner of Lake Street and Illinois Avenue the “Ugly Duckling” of Green Lake sat. And sat. Until local developer Wayne Chaney, and Brian Fisher, an architect from the Milwaukee area decided […]

Greenway House: a lakeside home away from home

Kristina Karen welcomes the local community to her hidden gem of a bakery. Ariana Hones photo by Ariana Hones Kristina Karen thought she would be using her science skills to draw blood and take children’s temperatures. After all, she wanted to be a nurse. However, when she started cooking at […]

Baked: this delicious hidden gem is hot out of the ...

A FISHERMAN shows off a 12-inch crappie he caught on Little Green Lake. submitted photo by Ariana Hones Big Green Lake What’s hot: Lake Trout What’s not: White bass, cisco Guide’s Corner: Dennis Walker, Dennis Walker Pontoon Guide Service on Big Green Lake, 294-0611 With the water clearing up, Walker […]

Guide: Fishing is ‘fantastic’ on Big Green

Citizen scientist Wayne Nowicki uses a Secchi disk to measure Green Lake’s water clarity at his favorite fishing spot. Data collected is used in combination with water-clarity readings collected by the U.S. Geological Survey to track both long-term and seasonal trends on the lake. submitted photo by Alison Niescier Six […]

Murky Green Lake raises questions — and answers