Since its earliest days, logging and lumber have been central to the evolution of the Rhinelander area and forestry remains an integral industry in this part of Wisconsin.
To ensure they are prepared for a future that will include paying bills and sticking to a budget, the School District of Rhinelander requires all students to take a personal money management course before graduation.
The School District of Rhinelander recently released the Rhinelander High School second semester honor roll.
This fall, all households in the School District of Rhinelander will receive a survey aimed at gauging community support for a potential capital project focused on improving the district's technical education facilities.
Riley Jae Johnson, a recent graduate of James Williams Middle School, has written an award-winning short story.
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This article is the latest in a series produced in association with Rhinelander Partners in Education. (subscriber access)
This article is the latest in a series in association with Rhinelander Partners in Education. (subscriber access)
Last Tuesday, May 4, Rhinelander Partners in Education (PIE) surprised 19 local educators nominated as part of the first Golden Apple Award program.
Six Rhinelander students are headed to FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) state competition following their performances in a virtual regional competition in January.
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The Rhinelander High School Mock Trial team won the Wausau Regional Tournament sponsored by the Wisconsin State Bar Association and held Feb. 6 and 7. The team won all four rounds of competition to walk away with the title, according to a school district press release.
DECA Districts were held virtually Jan. 4-15. Thirteen Rhinelander students competed against approximately 400 other students in the North-Central region of Wisconsin in numerous business-related fields.
The long process of getting the Hodag Dome open for community use came to a conclusion Monday morning with a brief snipping of ceremonial scissors. (subscriber access)
Spring break finally came to an end for School District of Rhinelander students last Thursday with the launch of virtual learning which will allow students to connect with their teachers through the internet. (subscriber access)
On March 12 first graders from Northwoods Community, Crescent, Pelican, and Central Elementary Schools visited the Cedric A. Vig Outdoor Classroom (CAVOC), to learn how birds use their body parts to survive in the wild. (subscriber access)
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