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MAKE DONATION—Members of the Grover-Porterfield Fire Department Women’s Auxiliary are pictured with the 2014 Brush Truck the fire department recently purchased. With help from the Auxiliary, the fire department was able to purchase the Skid Unit, lettering and decals on the vehicle. Pictured from left top row are: Sally Drewery, Karen Leisner, Becky Strutz, Mandy Chaltry, Tina Klimek and Amy Polzin. Bottom row: Shirley Polzin, Joanne Johnston, Kathy Klimek and Vicki Brissette. Side Photo: Pancake Dan Johnston was a big hit at the Grover-Porterfield Fire Department Pancake Breakfast.

Large Turnout at Pancake Breakfast

The Grover-Porterfield Fire Department Women’s Auxiliary held their 4th All You Can Eat Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, April 26 at the Harmony Fire Station. Over 350 people attended.

Breakfast was served with sides of sausage, fresh fruit, milk, juice and coffee. A bake sale was also held. All proceeds go to the Grover-Porterfield Fire Department.

The Women’s Auxiliary appreciates the community response and that’s what makes it possible for the Auxiliary to do their work.
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Coleman School Offers Cleaning Jobs, May Cut 4K Friday Class

Coleman School District is considering switching the Pre-K schedule for next year to two days of class time for students rather than the current two days one week and three days the other. Instead of Friday classes teachers would use that day for “parent outreach” activities mandated by Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI) when it is not needed for in-service training.

Pre-K teachers Julie Pusick and Brenda Shevey and Elementary Principal Yvette Marshall explained the proposed reorganization to the school board on Monday, Ap...
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Oconto Board Eliminates Per Diems, Insurance For Chair

After months of dissent, it is now official. Oconto County Board Chair Lee Rymer will no longer receive county-paid health and dental insurance and will no longer be allowed to collect per diems or mileage for attending committee meetings of which he is not a member.

A majority of supervisors made it clear at the annual reorganization meeting on Tuesday, April 21 and the regular monthly meeting on Thursday, April 23 that they believe the $6,000 annual salary for the chair is sufficient to compensate him or her for additional meetings ...
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USH 141 Construction Detours Now In Effect

When traveling U.S. 141 between Crivitz and Wausaukee, motorists should be aware of the various detours and construction now in progress.

Now through Friday, May 22, USH 141 will be closed between Noquebay Road and Smith Creek Road for bridge reconstruction.

The official detour is Highway 64 to Highway 180, then west back to USH 141.

Alternate detour is west at USH 141/CTH A/W traffic lights in Crivitz to Louisa St., then north to Smith Creek Rd., then east to USH 141. Weight limits on this alternate detour are 16,000 po...
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Peshtigo Looks At Utility Rate Hikes

Water, sewer and electric prices in the City of Peshtigo are all likely to go up next year. The first item of discussion at a meeting of the city’s Water and Sewer Committee Tuesday, April 28 was a letter advising them that WPS has applied for a 9.4 per cent increase in electric rates for 2016. Electricity is a significant element in both the water and sewer budgets, City Engineer George Cowell commented. “We need to keep that in mind when we budget for next year.”

Cowell said later electricity at the wastewater treatment plant cost $7...
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