An Eagle River event highlighting traditional ways of living through the winter is coming to an end. Klondike Days will have its last hurrah this Saturday, March 7th.
Klondike Days President Terry Tryggeseth says it’s hard to point to any one factor that’s led to the end of Klondike Days on this its 25th anniversary.
“The event has, if you will, run its course. Participation by the public has weaned a little bit of the years. Of course having two years back-to-back of bitter, bitter cold didn’t help us by any means.”
A change in library directors slowed the pace of planning for construction of an addition to the Rhinelander District Library.
Library Board President Jan Baer says they are hoping to get the process back on track with a meeting next month. Past Director Ed Hughes left for a job in Mississippi last summer and Baer says the process of hiring a new director and getting her up to speed caused a delay...
When the temperatures plummet below zero, there’s nothing I crave more than some good old-fashioned comfort food. Whether it’s a skillet full of macaroni and cheese, a steaming bowl of rich and thick chili, or a plate full of buttered noodles, if it’s warm and filling, I want to eat it for dinner.
We're taking a moment to highlight one of WXPR's long time underwriters, Northwoods Furniture in Eagle River, with a gallery on Highway 45 south and and outlet on Highway 70 west. The business is owned by Allen and Karen Jung. Ken Krall tells us their story...