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Never Forget-Firefighters, family and volunteers were at the City of Peshtigo Fire Department station 2 on Friday for the Memorial Walk to honor 343 firefighters killed on September 11, 2001. The 9.11 kilometer or 5.66 mile walk took approximately two hours to complete. Area firefighters blocked roads off while the participants walked. Tammi Paoli passed out name tags to each walker with pictures of fallen New York firefighters who died on that fateful day. A moment of silence was held just prior to the beginning of the walk. Top Photo: Some of the participants can be seen walking on the short bypass near the four lane highway as they make their way to the City of Peshtigo. Middle Photo: A group of kids prepare to ride their bikes as firefighters prepare to start the walk. Bottom Photo: Tammi Paoli give Sandy Barrette a fallen firefighters name tag.

Memorial Walk On Sept. 11 Draws Over 150 Participants

Issue Date: September 16, 2020

Approximately 150 individuals participated in the September 11, Memorial Walk in Peshtigo that honored the 343 firefighters killed on Sept. 11, 2001 in New York. The 9.11 kilometer 5.66-mile Memorial Walk started at the City of Peshtigo Fire Department station 2 at exactly 3:43 p.m.

Firefighters from throughout the area along with family members, community leaders and members of the public showed up to honor the firefighters who died that day. Some of the fire departments represented included, Grover-Porterfield, Town of Peshtigo, City...
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Peshtigo Seeks Solutions For Sludge Disposal, Sewer Lines

Issue Date: September 16, 2020

After a set of meetings starting at 8:30 a.m. and ending at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15, the City of Peshtigo's Water and Sewer Committee was left with perhaps more questions than answers. They agreed to add up to $23,000 to the consulting contract with Ruekert-Mielke Engineering for design work connected with expanding the river crossing project to include replacing more of the main line that carries sewage from the city's west side across the Peshtigo River to the wastewater treatment plant on the west, but were left no new informatio...
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Peshtigo Town Board Hears Agenda Requests

Issue Date: September 16, 2020

The Town of Peshtigo meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 15 started with requests to add items to the October agenda.

Supervisor Kayla Furton made a motion to add two agenda items in reference to the PFAS water contamination, including a reimbursement agreement and legal expenses related to the contamination. The second request was to add the capability of virtual meetings to be held for the water issues. Both agenda items were approved to be put on the October meeting agenda.

Supervisor Kristin Edgar also wanted to add two items to the...
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Suspect Held On $500,000 Bail, Victim Still Critical

Issue Date: September 16, 2020

Following a severe beating and false imprisonment incident in the Town of Middle Inlet on Saturday, Sept. 5, Jermy Jason Starcke, 26, of Western Ave. in the Middle Inlet community of Sweetheart City is being held in Marinette County Jail. The beating victim, identified as 47-year-old Robert Moore, of Wausaukee, remains in critical condition at Froedtert Memorial Hospital in Milwaukee.

Moore was discovered nearly nude, badly beaten and somewhat mutilated, in a ditch in the Town of Middle Inlet. An abandoned vehicle was parked nearby.
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Peshtigo Council Special Meet Thursday, Sept. 17

Issue Date: September 16, 2020

Peshtigo City Council will hold a special meeting at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 17.

Among other items, they will consider granting a street use permit from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 26 for a parade that is to be part of a Peshtigo Celebration of 1871 event to be held in place of the annual Peshtigo Historical Day celebration commemorating the city's revival after being destroyed by the infamous Peshtigo Fire on Oct. 8, 1871, the most disastrous forest fire in American history. The permit was requested by Kris Karpow...
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