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A comedy show in Elcho, karaoke in Deerbrook and classic rock in Bowler will liven up a dreary weekend weather-wise across the northwoods.

The calendar says spring, but the forecast will remain stuck in winter mode for at least the next several days, making it a great time for indoor activities.

A look at events, taken from the newspaper’s advertising columns, follows:

ENTERTAINMENT

Enjoy a dinner and comedy show with Mike Marvell and Kevin Cahak on Saturday at the Elcho Community Pavilion. Doors open at 4 p.m. with dinner at 5:30 p.m. and the show at 7 p.m. Dinner selections will include queen cut prime rib, chicken Kiev or deep-fried shrimp. Tickets for the dinner and show are $35 each or $65 per couple and for the show only, $10 each. For tickets, call 715 216-1344 or visit elchocommunitypavilion.org.

MC Country Music Fest, formerly the FUDDFEST, presents a karaoke contest at Held’s Bar in Deerbrook on Friday, March 24; Saturday, April 1 and Saturday, May 13, all at 8 p.m. Qualifiers will win weekend passes to the country fest Aug. 10 through 12 along with performing in the MC Star Karaoke Contest. There will also be a chance to
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Meth lab uncovered in the town of Rolling
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A search warrant executed Tuesday in the town of Rolling uncovered a likely meth lab, as the drug continues to be a daily nuisance for area law enforcement.

Three people were arrested and appeared in Langlade County Circuit Court via video feed from the county jail on Wednesday. They included Freddy R. Kelly, 33, Jason R. Kelly, 43, and Naomi N. Kolpack, 28. Bond was set at $5,000 cash in all three cases.

According to court accounts from Langlade County District Attorney Elizabeth Constable, Langlade County Sheriff’s Deputies along with the Wisconsin Department of Criminal Investigation’s clandestine lab executed the warrant at N989 Elmhurst Road in the town of Rolling Tuesday and uncovered a plethora of materials and supplies used to make methamphetamine.

Acid, blaster packs of pseudoephedrine, batteries, oxycodone pills, coffee filters, funnels, mason jars and needles were among the items recovered. One of the defendants was in the midst of pouring a container of liquid down the drain when he was located by police.

Charges will be officially filed this week.

According to Constable numerous felony counts are expected to include
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Meth charges make their way to court
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A trio of individuals involved in a traffic stop last week which yielded numerous drug charges, including felonies, were in Langlade County Circuit Court on Monday.

Ben Dvorak, 22 , Crandon, along with Jamie Marten, 34, 1212 1/2 Fifth Ave., and Angela Snow, 48, 1216 Fifth Ave. all have high cash bonds in their cases.

Marten’s bond is the highest, $5,000. She is charged with two felonies, including possession of amphetamine with intent to distribute, and possession of narcotic drugs. She also faces a misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia count.

Dvorak has a $4,000 cash bond and faces charges of felony possession of amphetamine with intent to distribute and possession of narcotic drugs.

Snow’s bond is $3,000 cash, while she also stands charged with a single felony count of possession of amphetamine with intent to distribute.

The trio was stopped on March 15 in the city of Antigo, and according to online court records, a search of the vehicle uncovered a number of drug and drug related items, including multiple jewel bags of methamphetamine, a jewel bag containing meth in crystal form, and several pills identified as a schedu
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K-9 officer visits Langlade County courtroom
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Langlade County Circuit Court had a visitor of the four legged variety on Monday.

K-9 Officer Natscho visited the courtroom and performed a sweep of the seating area while court proceedings were underway in the early afternoon.

According to Antigo Police Chief Eric Roller, Natscho’s presence will be a semi regular occurrence.

We wanted to get Natscho out and show what he can do, Roller said. We want the public to know he can be anywhere.

Natscho is trained in narcotics detection, as well as building searches and tracking of missing persons.

No contraband was found during the sweep.
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Antigo Area Weekend Activities
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St. Patrick’s Day shenanigans will mix with a bit of Elvis, some Patsy Cline, comedy and more as the calendar turns from winter to spring.

Along with temperatures, things are slowly heating up across Langlade County, with events starting to fill a calendar that is thawing, for some, after a long winter freeze.

A list of St.. Patrick’s Day dining, shopping and entertainment choices is printed on today’s front page. A look at other activities, taken from the newspaper’s advertising columns, follows:

ENTERTAINMENT

Potawatomi Carter Casino Hotel is celebrating its 25th anniversary on Saturday. Enjoy complimentary food and beer on the casino floor between 2 and 4 p.m. and again between 8 and 10 p.m. The Spicy Tie Band will play on the casino stage from 8 p.m. to midnight.

Enjoy a tribute to Elvis and Patsy Cline, featuring Garry Wesley and Elaine Grant Wesley, on Saturday starting at 7 p.m. at North Star Lanes. Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door, or $200 for a table of eight. There will be hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar.

Plan ahead for a dinner and comedy show with Mike Marvell and Kevin Cahak on Saturda
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