Daily Archives: July 24, 2018

Josephine and her mother, Katie Broderick of Berlin, enjoy a spin on the tilt-a-whirl as the sun begins to set on the fair. Reagan Zimmerman photo by Ariana Hones The agricultural history of the United States, just as rich as the very soil it uses to thrive, celebrates itself in […]

GL Fair aims to provide fun for all

Green Lake association staff, including Development Manager Josh Schubring, Project Manager Alison Niescier and Executive Director Stephanie Prellwitz serve up a cheers for their Aug. 4 Prohibition Party Gala. Ariana Hones photo by Ariana Hones From just across Gatsby’s West Egg lawn, he could see the shimmery green light on […]

A little party will be permitted

STANDING IN THEIR new Horseradish restaurant are, from left, Matt Trotter, Bennett Drake, Atticus Hiestand, Lauren Pearsall and Alex Pearsall. The Princeton restaurant opened Memorial Day weekend. Ariana Hones photo by Ariana Hones In between looking for a mop bucket and saying goodbye to the steady stream of satisfied customers, […]

Exchanging a food truck for four walls

REED Shohoney, left, and Stephen Lunde don Folds of Honor shirts as the sun sets on their marathon golf day earlier this month. Each golfed 83 holes over 13 hours to raise $871.50 for the military organization. submitted photo by Ariana Hones The noon sun was just overhead as Stephen […]

Marathon day of golf at Lawsonia drives big donation for ...

Longtime Camp Counselor Rick Hengel, left, helps camper Jonah Ellis, second from left, get set during a fishing excursion at camp. Behind them is Andrew Cummings, while Ray Walker sits on a stump next to cousin Albert Walker. Ariana Hones photo by Ariana Hones Last year, no one wanted to […]

Growing the next generation of stewards

Erik Ugland, right, tosses the Frisbee as his son, Gus Ugland, 13, jumps off a pier at Hattie Sherwood beach. Tim Lyke photo by Hannah Tetzlaff Living in this unbearably sultry oven this July, I wish for nothing more than to jump into a cool lake. Luckily, in Green Laker […]

Splash: Too hot? You bet. So time now to … ...

The Prune enjoys a beverage at Sassafras Coffee Shop with a paper straw and a clean conscience. submitted photos by Todd Sharp I’ve been speculating on the origins of inspirational ideas. These sparks hopefully flame up into full-fledged organized plans put into motion. Plans to be arranged into a full […]

Prune ponders spark that ignited the plastic straw revolt

Les Werner proudly holds up a 13 1/2-inch crappie that he caught. submitted photo by Ariana Hones Big Green Lake What’s hot: Lake trout What’s not: White bass Guide’s Corner: Joel Baranowski, North Bay Sport and Liquor, 920-294-6462 According to Baranowski, “Everything is looking good on the lake.” Bluegill are […]

Lake trout are among many fish biting on Big Green; ...