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Jesse Cole Shuping

Identify Victim, Officers In Marinette Shooting Death

At approximately 3 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 7, an armed suspect later identified as Jesse Cole Shuping, 35, of Portsmouth, Va. was shot and killed by four local law enforcement officers following a chase that ended with his death on Schacht Road in the Town of Peshtigo. None of the officers were injured. Shuping's identify was not known until Friday, Dec. 8.

It was then learned that he had previous felony convictions in North Carolina and Virginia, where he was on probation, and was also wanted on a grand larceny charge. He had been i...
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HOLD GRADUATION-Keith Werner and Adam Recla are the newest graduates of the Marinette County Treatment Drug Court. They were honored at a ceremony on Monday, Dec. 11, in the board room at the Marinette County Courthouse. Both men were praised by Marinette County Circuit Judge James Morrison for their hard work during the course of their treatment. Pictured from left are team members Chad Poverski, and Stephanie Nault of the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, Keith Werner, Judge James Morrison, Adam Recla, Sara Plansky"Pecor, Drug Court Coordinator, Evaluator Pete Mayhew and Marinette County District Attorney, DeShea Morrow. To date 42 people have participated in the drug program.

Two More Graduate From Marinette Co. Drug Court

Marinette County Treatment Drug Court Graduation ceremony was held Monday, Dec. 11 at the County Board Room at the Marinette County Court House. Judge James Morrison presided.

Graduates were Keith Werner and Adam Recla from the Marinette County Treatment Drug Court Program.

Keith Werner was accepted into the program on April 7, 2016 and completed it on Sept. 25, 2017. He had 33 drug court session, 67 supervision sessions and 187 drug tests. He has maintained full-time employment, secured and maintained stable housing and obtain...
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Agencies Address Marinette Water Contamination Issues

Peshtigo Town Hall was filled on Monday, Dec. 11 for a public meeting to discuss testing of groundwater that is being conducted within a limited area in the northeast corner of the town. This encompasses the areas between County Road B, County Road BB, Rader Road, Green Gables Road and University Drive.

There were several people presenting information and answering questions from concerned residents, including Mike Bedard from Aracadis, an Environmenal Science and Engineering firm hired by Tyco to do investigative work; Robert Thibolde...
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County Board Again Asked To Consider Committee Revamp

Marinette County Board will hold its final scheduled meeting of 2017 starting at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 19. Agenda includes discussion and possible action on a petition asking that the full County Board be given an opportunity to discuss and debate structuring and duties of the standing committees.

The petition was signed by 17 supervisors of the 30-member County Board. They have attempted previously to get this item to the full board floor but were stymied by the Executive committee, which is made up of board officers and committee ch...
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Pound Agrees On Insurance, Not Raises, For Employees

At a special meeting on Monday, Dec. 11 Pound Village Board agreed to provide health insurance to Clerk/Treasurer Patricia Schutte and Public Works Director Kevin Schutte instead of raises for 2018.

According to information presented by Clerk Schutte at the regular board meeting a week earlier, she has received no raise for three years, and Kevin has had no raise for five years. She had included provisions in the 2018 village budget for a 10 percent raise for Kevin this year and a five percent raise for herself, but both told the board ...
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