Updated: 06/16/2013 - River Point art paper is produced at UW-Stevens Point. It was developed in collaboration with the Department of Art & Design, Department of Paper Science & Engineering and Wisconsin Institute for Sustainable Technology. The goal was a high-quality archival art paper that was also affordable for students and faculty in the arts department.
Updated: 12/15/2012 - Nicolet Technical College in Rhinelander announced this week that they will be offering a manufacturing associate degree starting in January.
Updated: 12/15/2012 - Aiyanna Spaulding was 17 when she enlisted in the Army. She spent her 18th birthday in basic training, preparing to serve in the Gulf War. Over twenty-years later she's still fighting, but this time it's a different kind of war.
Posted: 12/14/2012 - Printpack in Your Town Rhinelander has been thriving, but it’s not just because business is booming.
Updated: 12/14/2012 - Oneida County will have a new Sheriff by the end of the year. Sheriff Jeff Hoffman announced he will retire on Friday, December 14, after 38 years of service.
Updated: 12/17/2012 - FREE skate at Rhinelander Ice Rink on Friday, Dec. 21st.
Updated: 12/14/2012 - Every 84 minutes, a veteran commits suicide and unfortunately that number skyrockets during the holiday season. That's all because of what's known as Post Traumatic Stress.
Updated: 12/12/2012 - When you think of tropical fish and exotic coral reefs, you probably don't think of Wisconsin or anywhere in the north woods for that matter. But if you told that to a Your Town Rhinelander company, they'd say you are wrong.
Updated: 12/12/2012 - What is a Hodag? It's a mythical creature that lives in the northwoods of Rhinelander, that has marked the community for more than a century.
Updated: 12/11/2012 - Ripco Credit Union's high school branch gives students relevant learning experience, while providing easy access to lunch money.
Updated: 12/10/2012 - Rhinelander High School's budding music program has taught kids how to express themselves in different ways and one young musician is getting ready to embark on a journey of a lifetime.
Updated: 12/11/2012 - Monday night the Rhinelander City Council approved a new snowmobile route through the heart of their trail system.
Updated: 12/10/2012 - Along Taylor Street in Merrill is one of those houses that makes you slow down when you drive by, tune your radio and look out the window.
Updated: 12/08/2012 - Giant spiders are taking over Gleason once again. The spiders first made their debut in Lincoln County in the 1975 movie "The Giant Spider Invasion." Now they're back raising more havoc than ever, but not for the reasons you may think.
Updated: 12/10/2012 - Your Town-Merrill has a lot of history to offer. And one building truly represents that.
Updated: 12/11/2012 - Thousands of wild animals are hurt every year here in the north woods, from cars, constructions and other critters. But just a handful ever get the care and treatment they need.
Updated: 12/06/2012 - It all started with a call to action from the Milwaukee based homeless veterans initiative, which helps keep those warm that have defended this country without question.
Posted: 12/06/2012 - The Merrill Historical Society is quickly finishing its brand new building. The new Merrill History and Culture Center will be at the old Bethlehem Lutheran Church on East Third Street.
Posted: 12/05/2012 - The staff at the T.B. Scott Free Library are preparing for what just might be the best day of the year and we're not talking about Christmas. Next Wednesday is Aaron Rodgers Day, falling on the date 12-12-12. In honor of Green Bay's star quarterback, the Merrill library is turning it's annual crafting party green and gold.
Updated: 12/06/2012 - There are several unique places in Your Town Merrill. And some are hidden from the eye.
Updated: 12/06/2012 - About 150 people turned out for a one time viewing of a cult classic film "The Giant Spider Invasion." It made a return to the Cosmo Theater in Merrill for a screening on Wednesday, Dec. 5th.
Updated: 12/05/2012 - Bill Rebane has lived in Wisconsin since the early 1960's, but has always had a love for film and movies. What he created became one of the biggest grossing films of the 1970's.
Updated: 12/04/2012 - Big changes in Hollywood are changing the movie going experience, making it harder for small family owned theatres to survive. But given the right director, any movie theatre can be a blockbuster.