(Photo Story) This drone scene of the Tomahawk Fall Ride Thunder Parade was provided by S2 Aerial Services as the bike head over Veterans Memorial Bridge along North Fourth Street. One count put participation at 669 bikes. Look for Fall Ride pictures in the Sept. 18 Tomahawk Leader and in the Photo Album here.Tomahawk Leader 9-18-2018 issue; S2 Arial Services, Jonathan Stutelberg, Wyatt Symonds
Free Health Fair
Northwoods Vineyard Church and Ascension Sacred Heart Foundation are offering a Health Fair with free screenings and information for anyone who would like to attend Saturday, Sept. 22 from 8 a.m. to noon at the hospital, 401 W. Mohawk Dr., Tomahawk. Everyone is invited to attend, no questions asked; nobody is turned away, organizers, including Dr. Eric Dichsen says. The event is free to all that attend, and is open for those with and without insurance, high or low deductible, stable or unstable financial background. See the list of special offers from medical checkups to basic chiropractic care to dental oral exams, prescription glasses, cancer education, foot care and much more. This year, Lincoln County is setting up a mock teen bedroom. The simulation is intended to educate parents on substance abuse, warning signs to watch for. All licensed providers are volunteers donating their time and resources for the positive welfare of the Tomahawk community. There are no eligibility requirements. For more information, contact Kelly Martello at 715-453-4741.Tomahawk Leader 9-18-2018 issue
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Business Card Directory; pdf link here
The 2018 Business Card Directory is a new printed piece published by the Tomahawk Leader. Look for a copy in the pdf below. Please support the businesses, too!
**In addition, the businesses featured in this directory join others as part of our Online Business Directory, found at traveltomahawk.com, with a Town Square link to the directory in the Paper Clips column at the left. Look there for places to dine, shop and stay in and around Tomahawk, as well as many needed services. The guide is a handy way to learn more about area businesses.
ONLINE ADS: Ad Center link with Display, Classified Ads
Be sure to check our AD CENTER, along the left-hand column, for our CLASSIFIEDS and certain DISPLAY ads. Click on the ads for a direct link to the sites.Tomahawk Leader 9-18-2018 issue
**Nicolet College is seeking Executive Assistant and LTE Manufacturing Career Development/Career Pathways Coach.
**Stand locations to pick up a Tomahawk Leader.
**Look for classifieds online, too.
**Lake Alice Association working to tackle spreading EWM problem.Tomahawk Leader 9-18-2018 issue
**First documented report of a hunting dog killed by a wolf in Lincoln County was reported in the town of Tomahawk.
**Colors of the season.
**Look for Fishing Reports in the link at left, and in Nature Editor Jed Buelow's blog on the Message Board.
**Summaries of obituaries published in the Sept. 25, 2018, Tomahawk Leader:Tomahawk Leader 9-18-2018 issue
**Kathleen Johnson, 72, Tomahawk, born in Tomahawk, longtime Tomahawk resident (died Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018; no formal funeral services; Krueger Family Funeral Home, Tomahawk, assisting).
**Clara G. Keenan (nee Gryniewski), 92, Tomahawk, born in Polley, taught school in Tomahawk at Washington School and substitute taught at Tomahawk Junior High School and Tomahawk High School, married to Ken Keenan, they owned the Tomahawk Leader, Clara was publisher from March 1979 to March 1982 (died Thursday, Sept. 20; funeral service Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 11 a.m. at St. Mary Catholic Church; visitation begins at 10:30 a.m.; Krueger Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Tomahawk, assisting).
**Summaries of obituaries published in the Sept. 18, 2018, Tomahawk Leader:
**Addison "A.J." Zey, 22, Tomahawk, born in Rhinelander, 2015 graduate of Tomahawk High school, attending Nicolet College in Culinary Arts Program (died Monday, Sept. 10, 2018; memorial services Wednesday, Sept. 19 at 1 p.m. at Generations Funeral Home, Tomahawk, visitation begins at 11 a.m.)
| Fall Ride accidents
Three crashes involving motorcycles marred an otherwise summer-like Tomahawk Fall Ride in Tomahawk. Flight-for-life helicopter traffic was heavy at times in the skies above.Tomahawk Leader 9-18-2018 issue
A 42-year-old Gurnee, Ill., man was seriously injured about 3 p.m. Thursday afternoon, Sept. 13 in an accident at County Road A and Muskellunge Lake Road in the Town of Bradley, just north of the city limits.
Four people were injured Friday evening, Sept. 14, in a crash on County Road A involving two motorcycles and a passenger car. One man was from Clyman, and a man and two women were from Fort Atkinson. The driver of the car, an 81-year-old Tomahawk woman was not injured.
Early Saturday morning, a crash involving three motorcycles and a parked pickup truck caused injuries to four people, two of whom were critical.
Packer Number One fan
The Chicago Bears probably thought they had a pretty good shot of sneaking out of Lambeau Field with a season opening statement win after taking a 17-0 lead into the half.Tomahawk Leader 9-18-2018 issue
Heck, maybe even a few of the cheeseheads scattered amongst the crowd and watching at home thought heading into intermission that they were witnessing the start of the take over of the NFC North by the Kahlil Mack Show. But little did they know the Pack had more to play for, as not only was their number one fan (Mugs Bachhuber, formerly of Tomahawk, voted into the Green Bay Packers Fan Fall of Fame either this year) in attendance at Lambeau that Sunday night, but she brought with her a few of her diehard Packer Backer family members who needed the team to win to make their birthday wishes come true. Read the entire story in the Sept. 18 Leader, available on newsstands and through an Online Edition right here.
NEWS UPDATES: News briefs
A summary of just some of the stories you'll find in this week's Tomahawk Leader:Tomahawk Leader 9-18-2018 issue
**Spirit United Methodist Church, corner of Hwys. 86 and 102, five miles east of Ogema, will be observing its 125th anniversary Sunday, Sept. 23 with a 10:30 a.m. service, noon luncheon and 1 p.m. informal ceremony.
**Ascension Sacred Heart Hospital in Tomahawk will celebrate 125 years of caring for the community on Thursday, Sept. 27 with several events to mark the occasion.
**The community is invited to a fundraising Spaghetti Dinner Saturday, Sept. 29 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at St. Mary's Corpus Christi Center, 320 E. Washington Ave. All proceeds will help support Our Sisters' House Temporary Homeless Shelter. The shelter is celebrating its third year housing those in need. One hundred fourteen individuals have been housed at the shelter since the doors opened in 2015.
**Tomahawk swimmers blow by Lakeland, finish 3rd at stacked Ashwaubenon Invite. Lady Hatchets set 38 new personal bests during busy week.Tomahawk Leader 9-18-2018 issue
**Tomahawk volleyball goes 5 sets against Antigo, finishes GNC tourney 1-2.
**Hatchet harriers all smiles after Smiley Invite. Almost two-thirds of team set new records at Wausau.
**Tomahawk Claybusters celebrate another fun, safe trap shoot season.
**Offense struggles as Hatchets drop third straight in Marawood.
Free flu shots for students
Lincoln County Health Department (LCHD) will be holding flu clinics at the Merrill Area Public Schools, Tomahawk School District and a separate clinic date for students attending private/charter schools. These clinics provide the flu shot at no charge for students attending schools in Lincoln County with funding from the Wisconsin Division of Public Health. Look for details in the Sept. 18 Tomahawk Leader.Tomahawk Leader 9-18-2018 issue
Town Square Business Directory
The Town Square is a great place to check for places to stay, shop and dine while in the Tomahawk area. For information on adding your business link with web site, call 715-453-2151 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here for direct links to web sites related to stories in this week's Leader:
2017 Tomahawk Community-wide Rummage Sale
Lincoln County Supervisory Districts
Never Forgotten Honor Flight
Philippine Orphan blog
Tomahawk Area Directory of Voluntary Organizations