Fighting the elements and a ‘bug’ BY MITCH MODE Special to the Star Journal We paddled north by northeast on
Diana J. Lyman, age 79, of Rhinelander, passed away Tuesday, May 29, 2018. She was born Dec. 3, 1938 in
Star Journal to feature ‘Top 10’ weekly BY EILEEN PERSIKE Editor Forward Rhinelander, a citizen advocacy group, is celebrating a
BY EILEEN PERSIKE Editor Five of the Democratic candidates for governor addressed several topics at a forum in Minocqua Saturday.
Rhinelander Police Department aims to change civilian response in active attack events BY EILEEN PERSIKE Editor Rhinelander Police Sgt. Angela
Saturday, June 23 ArtStart Summer Exhibition: And by the Wind Grieved: Wednesday through Saturday 11:00 am to 5:00 pm or
Each week the Star Journal features several individuals selected by law enforcement. The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office is asking for
For the STAR JOURNAL Ascension St. Mary’s Hospital welcomed the Most Reverend James Powers of the Diocese of Superior to
STAR JOURNAL REPORT A 2018 Rhinelander High School graduate was one of 50 current and former foster youth recently honored
This week at Stafford Field, Rhinelander green hosted Tomahawk in the Babe Ruth senior league. Rhinelander won 8-4. The second
Canoes and kayaks, jet skis and pontoon boats, all manner of watercraft put aside last weekend in weather seemingly better
Takes over after Steffen’s resignation STAR JOURNAL REPORT The Rhinelander Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Committee has announced that chamber
Numerous students from the Rhinelander area graduated from Nicolet College in the Spring of 2018. Students, by community, along with
BY NAOMI KOWLES For the Star Journal The Oneida County board discussion lasted more than five hours Tuesday, but in
Patricia “Pat” Emerick, age 71 of Rhinelander, died June 16, 2018, surrounded by family. She was born March 6, 1947,
STAR JOURNAL REPORT Two men have reportedly escaped from the Winnebago Correctional Center, located in Oshkosh. One of the men
STAR JOURNAL Four athletes from Rhinelander Special Olympics 2-05 competed at the Athletics State Competition in Stevens Point June 8-9.
Editor, Our full county board will likely act on zoning rules regulating sulfide mining on June 19. The vast majority
Editor, Recently we received a survey from Senator Tiffany which, in our opinion, was self-serving and worded in such a
STAR JOURNAL The School District of Rhinelander qualified five athletes for the State Special Olympics summer games June 6-8. Marshall
BY THE MASKED BIOLOGIST Special to the Star Journal I was hired to work in Northern Wisconsin twelve years ago.