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King of the hill
Students at Nyquist Elementary roughhoused on a snow mound as frigid weather set in for late December.
Photo taken from the Jan. 9, 1991 issue of the Messenger.
The Tackle Castle in Onamia was demolished in May.
A rainy day turned to sunshine in Garrison in June, and a rainbow arched up over the bay, a small glimmer of light and color among pandemic drudgery.
Seventh-graders in Isle were hard at work building phone amplifiers for their shop classes in January.
21st Century - Atwood held a speakeasy and community planning event at Izatys on New Year’s Eve.
Onamia senior Josh Parrow set a new basketball record for the most points scored in a single game, putting in 45 points in the Panthers’ win over Swansville on Jan. 31.
A sign advises visitors to stay in their car during Onamia schools’ curbside curriculum pick up in April.
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