Oneida County UW-Extension is asking county residents to fill out a survey about what they think about living here. Extension leader Erica Brewster says rather than have formal meetings, they've put a series of questions on a website called "Survey Monkey". She says they're hoping to take the pulse of Oneida county residents...
Volunteers will be scouring four counties this Wednesday night to tally the area’s homeless population.
The point-in-time count is conducted by a coalition of groups called Northern Wisconsin Initiative to Stop Homelessness, including Oneida County UW Extension and Forward Service Corporation. It covers Forest, Langlade, Oneida and Vilas Counties.
Coordinator Lori Hallas explains the count is an important tool to measure the homeless population.
A survey is underway to find out why people live in Oneida county. Survey proponents hope as many young people as possible participate.
Oneida County UW-Extension and Rhinelander Young Professionals are hosting the survey. Extension Agent Tim Brown says there is plenty of chatter why young people leave the community or stay, but little in the way of hard numbers...
Three proposals to purchase the former WPS building near the Oneida county courthouse by a Rhinelander businessman were rejected by the county board Tuesday, but it might not be the end of bargaining. That rejection also had a bearing on the location of two county departments.
Mike Boyd's offers included Oneida county paying to use some of the office space he would construct. One of the options was to locate the county UW- Extension and possibly Land and Water Conservation departments in the new building.
The Oneida County Land and Water Conservation Department, Lumberjack RC&D and UW-Extension are inviting people with a need to talk about the Northwoods to an open microphone this Thursday evening in Three Lakes.
County Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator Michele Sadauskas says the new event is called "Northwoods Expressions."
Oneida County residents have a chance to put the spotlight on projects they’ve been working on this year, at the county fair.
Oneida County UW Extension is asking people to submit projects to be displayed and judged at the county fair. There are youth and senior divisions, as well as one that’s open to everyone. 4H Youth Development Agent Lynn Feldman is hoping people will take advantage of the chance to show their work to others.
Oneida County UW-Extension has a new Youth Development agent.
Lynn Feldman has joined Extension after working as an advocate for Tri-County Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault based in Rhinelander. Feldman has been a teacher and worked for 14 years in the family owned grocery business in Three Lakes.
Among Feldman's duties will be Teen Court, Teens Active in Government, 4-H, and assessing the needs of Oneida county young people.