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Crivitz Upsests Coleman as M&O Race Tightens

Issue Date: May 9, 2019

The Crivitz Wolverine Softball team took the fight to the Coleman Cougars Friday night when they defeated the home field Coleman girls with a 6-5 final verdict.

Crivitz was first on the board in this match as a single run helped to bolster the Wolverine starting effort. Riley Mueller reached first during the opening inning on a double while Kieren Gribben swatted a single to center for the run.

"I couldn't be happier with the way the girls played," said Crivitz head coach Heather Mueller. "We had nothing to loss and everything to win and today we went out there and got that win.

The Crivitz girls made it a six run game during the second inning with an additional five runs. Starting the rally off was Brooke McFadden who reached off a walk. Sienna Guns singled next while Saige nelson singled for the McFadden run. Jasmine Zach kept the attack on end with a RBI single while Meuller slammed a three run homer for the 6 run tally.

Coleman began to make their climb in the bottom of the second with two runs. Three more in the fourth and no more over the following inning would set the Cougars up one short of the lead.

The second inning saw Coleman's Kenzie Champagne get things rolling with a single. Meghan Fraser followed with another single while Caitlin Huberty brought them both home on a double to deep center field.

Coleamn's fourth inning rally was kicked off by Maddy Hoida on a single. Hubert brought her in on a double to center while Lauren Osterberg got an RBI double. Cameron Compe helped to post Coleman's final run of the game with n RBI triple.

"We have been hitting the ball real well so far this season," said Mueller. "We have some real power hitter here, and Riley has hit three home runs so far this season."

 In the pitchers circle Sarah Bublitz took the win for Crivitz. She allowed 19 hits, five runs and one walk while striking out three.

"Errors had been a problem for most of the season but today we looked great, its good to see," said Mueller. "We went out there and told the girls to keep it together, and they held it together over those last few innings to get the win."

Cameron Compe took the loss for Coleman giving up 11 hits, six runs and one walk while striking out three and giving up one home run which was hit by Wolverine Riley Mueller.

"Crivitz hit the ball really hard against us today," said Coleman Head Coach Jean LeVash. " Other than Oconto Falls I'd say this team hit the ball the hardest against us this season. Credit to them to get the hits in the spot they needed. We  just couldn't seem to get our hits into the gap like they did today."

At the plate the Wolverine were led by Mueller with a three of four showing with two runs and three RBIs as well as a homer. Saige Nelsen was two of four with one run and one RBI.

The Cougars' Compe was three of four with one ARBi while Caitlin Huberty was three of fthree with one run and three RBIs.

"The deep hits we had were just to high of floaters. And we left to many runner on. We had them in postion to score but just couldn't get them in," said LeVash. "We are going to be alright though, maybe we needed this loss as a wake up call to show us we still have work to do."



Hornets Hold Little Sting Against Wolverines

The Hornet girls Gillett/Suring were overwhelmed buy the Wolverines of Crivitz Thursday night when the girls in blue and gold ran the base line over and over again for a 11-4 win.

The Hornets started with a nice little first inning rally as Umentum slugged a double followed by Sdyney Young on a walk. Paige Kruger got as hold of a Wolverine pitch and sent it on a a ride to deep left for a triple and two RBIs.

The Wolverines came straight at the Hornets over the bottom of the first as Saige Nelsen hit a single followed by Jasmine Zach on a single. Riley Mueller was up to bat next and during her at bat a wild pitch gave Nelsen a shot at the plate, which she took for the 2-1 deficit. Mueller hit a deep fly ball, giving Zach a chance to tag up and go home.

The Hornets next inning at bat was up and down in order. The Wolverines half of the inning however was not as they piled up a five run inning.

To start the rally Brooke McFadden was hit by a pitch. Sienna Guns singled while Bryan Krause singled home McFadden.

Guns stole home to take the game lead 3-2 while Mueller made it a bigger scoring gap with her double that brought in Krause and Nelsen, who had made it on with a double.

Mueller got her chance at the plate thank to a Sarah Bublitz double to center field.

Umentum gave her team their third run of the evening during the third inning when she walked and went home off a single from Smith.

The Wolverines' third inning saw Zach hit an RBI along with Mueller who clubbed an RBI single. after three innings of exciting play the Wolverines were in the lead 9-3.

Mueller's night of good hitting wasn't done just yet as she hit another RBI single during the fifth, bringing home Krause who made it on with a single.

Kruger gave the Hornets their final score of the night during the sixth inning when she tripled and went home off a Soper infield hit.

Morgan Gyger wrapped up the game for the wolverines with a double in the sixth which she capitalized on with a single from Guns for the final 11th run of the game.

At the plate the Wolverines' Mueller was three of four with one run and and amazing five RBIs. Guns was also three of four with two runs and one RBI. Nelson was perfect at the plate for the Crivitz girls with a three of three performance and three runs to boot.

The Hornets were led by Krueger who went two of three while getting one run and two RBIs. Umentum was one of two with one run.

In the pitching circle Young took the hard fought loss, so to Crivitz giving up 14 hits, 11 runs and one walk while striking out five.

Mueller took the win for the Wolverines giving up four hits, four runs and five walks while striking out five.

Crivitz finishes Strong

in Game Started in April

The Crivitz Wolverines finally got a chance to finish a rain game that was started on the right of april, doing so on Thursday May fifth. The game which was started with the Hornets of Gillett/Suring weeks ago, saw the Wolverines take the win 12-9.

The game resumed in the top of the fifth.

Way back in the beginning of April the Crivitz girls saw this game start nicely for them. Emily Bublitz got things going with a walk to led off while Jasmine Zach got hit by a pitch. Both were scored off a single from single Bublitz.

The Hornets replicated the two run mark over the bottom half of the inning when Griffen hit a single and was brought in off an Umentum triple to deep center. Sydney Young RBI'ed in Umentum off a single to right.

The Gillett/Suring defense stopped anything else from coming into the plate for the Wolverines while getting their own bats warmed up. Huber crossed in for the Hornets during the second off a triple from Griffen while Kruger and Young made it a 5-2 game over the third with a double helping of runs.

And that was it, well at least as far as the 8th was concerned. But when this game resumed over the Thursday evening the Wolverines were a different team as they piled up 10 runs to take the win.

Beginning again in the fifth the Wolverines saw Mueller led off with a single. Zach was hit by a pitch and Kieren Gribben doubled for the RBI. Sarah Bublitz and Morgan Gyger both hit deep shots that allowed tag ups and scores.

Gillett/Sruing Kruger and Griffen both scored during the bottom of the fifth to make it a 7-5 game in favor of the Hornets.

The two hornets both related their plate visits over the next inning for the 9-5 lead.

But a huge seventh from the fiery Wolverines eclipsed the mark placed by the Hornets.

The big hit of the inning coming off the bat of Mueller who sent her shot over the outfield fence for a one run homer.

That lead off homer was followed by Zach on a double and Gribben also on a double. Bublitz hit home Zach on a single whileBailey Bemis singled in Gribben. Guns recorded a two RBI single while Mueller finished the day with a blast to deep center for the two RBI double and the 12-9 win.

Mueller was not only tough at the plate but tough in the pitching circle as well as she ended the competition with five hits allowed, four runs and three walks while striking out four.

The loss was taken by Young who gave up 15 hits, 12 runs and two walks while striking out seven.

At the plate the Wolverines' Mueller was four of five with two runs and three RBIs. Griffin was three of four with two runs and one RBI while Zach finished one of three with three runs.

Gillett/Suring's Kruger was three of three with three runs and one RBI.



Crivitz Takes second Win in make up Double Header

The Crivitz Wolverines had a great week of play which included knocking off league leading Coleman. But on Thursday they had the Gillett/Suring Hornets who they defeat first in a make-up game from April 8th and then in a second half matchup where they defeated the Hornets 11-4.

The Wolverines were quick hitting in this one as they fired in two first inning runs to meet the Hornets two top of the inning runs.

After that though the Wolverines started to dig a hole for the Hornets who could not find their way out.

The second inning saw the Crivitz girls post five runs and after the third inning it was a 9-3 game.

A single run over the fifth and sixth innings gave the Wolverines the solid win.

At the plate the Wolverines were led by Sianna Guns with a three of four showing with two runs and one RBI. Riley Mueller was three of four with one run and a whopping five RBIs.

The Hornets' Paige Krueger was two of three with one runs and two RBIs while Smith went one of two with an RBI.



Coleman Girls Blank Lena/STAA

Coleman was not going to be denied a win, no surprise there. At least to the girls in green who's confidence seems to be building more and more with every game. Thursday night's game saw those unstoppable Cougars post a 17-0 shutout win over the Lena/STAA Cavaliers.

The win saw Coleman's ace pitcher, Cameron Compe nearly throw a no-hitter as she put down four innings giving up only two hits while striking out three.

Lillian Sellen gave up 10 hits and 12 walks over her four innings while striking out two in the loss.

At the plate the Cougar's Compe was two of four with three RBIs and a double along the way. teammate Lauren Osterberg was two of four as well, getting two RBIs during her effort. Sierra Pashek got three RBIs on the night.



Oconto Too Much For Wausaukee

The Wausaukee Rangers faced some stiff competition Thursday night when the Oconto Blue Devils came to Wausaukee. The invading Blue Devils swooped in for the 13-1 victory.

Oconto's Eilen Sohweide got the game started with a lead off triple and was brought in by Hannah Wusterbarth on a single.

Over the second inning the Blue Devils increased the lead with three more runs. The first, a Neveay Brill run which was scored off a Sohrweide double and the second off a Wusterbarth single. Wusterbarth crossed in for the third run of the inning.

Holding a 4-0 lead going into the fourth, the Blue Devils sought to further the gap getting two more across the plate. Morgan Durand and Sohrweide were the two base runners to make during the inning.

Wausaukee saw there one and only run of the night scored during the sixth. Callie Orlando made it on with a single and crushed home off a Kaelyn Schlies double.

Oconto finished the game with a seven run sevthn inning, plenty to take the win.

At the plate Oconto's Sohrweide was three of four with four runs and one RBI.

Wusterbarth was three of four with two runs and three RBIs while Durand went three of five with two runs.

Wausaukee's three hits of the night came from Orlando, K. Schlies and Jackie Aragon.

Allison Versaskas was handed the pitching loss giving up 12 hits, six runs (five earned) and one walk while striking out three.

The circle win was obtained by Brill who allowed three hits, one earned run and one walk while striking out nine.



Badgers Dig up Win Over Thunderhawks

The Niagara Badgers hosted the Oneida Nation Thunderhawks Friday afternoon for a double header that saw the Badgers win game one 9-5 and the Oneida Nation Thunderhawks forfeit game two.

During that one game double header the Badgers were tough. They posted a Jayden Payette runner the first while the Thunderhawks took the lead during the bottom half of the inning with three runs.

Another run over the third gave the Badgers a 3-2 defect to come back from. And come back they did as a four run fourth inning propelled them to a 6-3 lead.

Another three over the sixth posted their final tally of nine.



Coleman Outdoes Lena/STAA

The Coleman Cougars bagged a 17-0 win over the Lena/STAA Cavaliers Friday night.

 Cameron Compe led the way for the Cougars with a great day pitching She struck out three while allowing two hits. At the plate the Cougars were led by Compe who posted a two of four day with three RBIs and a double. Lauren Osterberg went two of four with two RBIs.

 Lillian Sellen went one of two for the Cavvies.

              

Oconto Falls Blanks Fox Valley Lutheran In Double Header

The Oconto Falls Panthers posted an 8-0 shutout win over the Fox Valley Lutheran girls Monday night in the valley.

It was all Panthers all the way as the girls in orange and black fired in one second inning run followed by a big four run third. A final three runs over the seventh gave Falls the win.

At the plate the Panthers were led by Albrecht with a three of four showing with two runs. Hello was three of three with two RBIs.

Taking the win for the Panthers was Tolzman who allowed five hits and one walk while striking out two.

Game two saw the Panthers win 1-0. That one run came in during the first inning.

Tolzman got the win again, this time allowing four hits and striking out four.

At the plate in game two O. Falls' Ash was one of one with one run.



Coleman Shutsout Oneida Nation

The Coleman Cougars took a 7-0 shutout win over the visiting Oneida Nation Thunderhawks Monday night.

Coleman was on top of the game from the start and it had much to do with how their ace pitcher was performing. Cameron Compe pitched seven innings and gave up just one hit. She also allowed two walks while striking out six along the way.

At the plate the Cougars saw Mackenzie Champagne post a two of two performance while getting two RBIs. Michaela Heitler went one of three with two RBIs and a double. Come went one of three with one RBI.

Oneida's Mercedes Ackley allowed eight hits and five walks while striking out three during her seven inning loss.



Wausaukee Blows Away Lena/STAA

The Wausaukee Rangers had no issue what so ever winning their Monday night game with the Lena/ST. Thomas Aquinas Cavaliers who fell 19-0 to the high powered attack of the Rangers.

The five inning game saw the Rangers sprint to a lead and never look back. Call Orlando got the game started with a base off an error and went home in the next at bat when Allison Versaskas hit a double. Kalyn Schlies and Kylee Smith both crossed in over the first for the 4-0 lead.

That lead only got bigger as the innings progressed. During the second Wausaukee saw Versaskas swat a single followed by K. Schlies on a single. Smith sacrificed flied out for a run while Miranda Christensen slugged a two RBI single.

By the end of five innings the Rangers had built a 19 run lead.

Versaskas took the win for Wausaukee with six strikeouts to her name. She allowed one hit and one walk.

Lillian Sellen took the loss for the Cavvies giving up 11 hits, 16 runs (15 earned) and seven walks while striking out one.

At the plate the Rangers'Smith was four of four with two runs and four RBIs. Versaskas went two of five with two runs and three RBIs.



Menominee Split Double Header With Marquette

The Menominee Maroon Softball squad posted one win and one loss to the Marquette Redettes last Saturday afternoon. Game one saw the Maroon victorious 8-4 while Marquette took the game two final verdict 10-9.

Game one saw Izzy Berger take the pitching win for Menominee as she allowed seven hits, four runs and one walk while striking outpour.

Warchock took the loss for Marquette giving up six hits, eight runs and five walks.

At the plate Menominee's Emma Anderson was two of three while Erin Barrette was one of three.

Game two saw the Redettes of Marquette take the 10-9 win.

Taking the mound win for Marquette in game two was Warchock who allowed six hits, eight walks and struck out three.

Sarah Barrette took the pitching loss allowing eight runs, 10 hits and no walks.



Niagara and Crivitz Split Double Header

The Niagara Badgers Gave the Crivitz Wolverines a Monday afternoon double header loss in game one 9-7 while the Wolverines took game two by way of a 9-5 final readout.

Game one saw the Wolverines get things going during the first inning when Jasmine Zach and Riley Mueller crossed home.

Niagara posted their first runs of the game during the third inning where Noelle Champagne and Olivia Brasua both scored.

Crivitz got one run during the fourth and two more during the fifth while Niagara posted a six run sixth inning for the lead.

Crivitz wrapped up with two runs over the seventh.

At the plate in game one niagara's Payette was three of three with two runs while Isabel Wells went two of three with one run.

Crivitz's Mueller was three of four with three runs while Kieren grin posted a three of four day with two runs.

Game two saw the Wolverines fire back with a 9-5 win.

During that second game the Wolverines employed a big attack over the second inning to pretty much make all they needed in the way of runs.

Morgan Gyger got on with a single followed by Brooke McFadden on a single. Bryan Krause also single. Along with Siage Nelsen, Jasmine Zach and Riley Mueller the Wolverines were able to get ahead 6-2 over the second.

Niagara narrowed the lead to three runs over the bottom half of the second when Haley Allen scored.

Jayden Payette and Jaida Maki helped to make it a 6-5 game before the Wolverines got their bat swinging again.

Crivitz's Krause scored during the third while Sarah Bublitz and Morgan Gyger took the lead in the sixth.

At the plate Zach was two of four for there Wolverines while teammate Gribben was two of three.



Oconto Blasts NEW Lutheran in Double Headed

The Oconto Blue Devils blasted the NEW Lutheran Blazers last Tuesday night 15-0.

11 first inning runs pretty much spelled defeat for the Blazers who were unable to post a single run over four inning.

Oconto on the other hand kept them rolling as one more crossed in during the second and another three in the fourth for the win.

At the plate the Blue Devils' Durand was three of three with three runs. H. Wusterbarth was one of three with one run and two RBIs.

Taking the pitching win was Oconto's Brill who allowed no hits, no runs and now walks while striking out four.

Game two saw the Blue Devils repeat as they beat the Blazers 12-0.

K. Susa took the win for Oconto on the mound, allowing two hits and one walk while striking out three.



Marinette Too Much for Wrightstown, Win 6-2

Bailie Thielen was sharp in a 6-2 Marinette win over Wrightstown on Tuesday, pounding the strike zone on the way to a win.

Thielen struck out five and allowed just two runs on four hits and no walks to lead the Marines to a North Eastern Conference win.

"Bailie Thielen was fantastic today," Marinette coach Josh Lacy said. "When she is in the strike zone all day like that, she is tough to hit. That was a good way to set the tone for a five-game week for us."

Lacy said it was possibly the best game Thielen has thrown all game.

"Hopefully she carries that confidence in going forward, we start seeing better and better teams come playoff time," he said.

The bats weren't electric, Lacy said, but they got the job done.

Marinette scored two runs in the first, two in the third and one in both the fifth and sixth.

Tatum Ihde, Sydney Nemetz and Kalina Garza each went 2-for-3 for Marinette in the game.



Storm Pushes Past Bulldogs With Late Inning Rally

A five-run fifth inning wasn't quite enough for the Peshtigo Bulldogs to top the Kewaunee Storm on Thursday.

The Bulldogs got five runs from Mattie Lacoursiere, Dreya Detry, Grace Wickman, Karli Cahill and Kennedy Chmela, all coming with two outs as the five hitters at the top of the Peshtigo order got singles. Six and seven-hitters Allsion Dudka and Grace Meyers added on RBI singles as well.

"We just started really trying to put the ball in play earlier in the count," Peshtigo coach Tom Christensen said. "We noticed that she really doesn't walk anybody. She's around the plate, I felt that tonight we'll take advantage of what the pitchers like to do: throw the first strike, so we started swinging at the first strike."

That big inning gave Peshtigo a 5-4 lead as the game looked to be turning around, but Kewaunee scored three in the sixth inning to take the lead 7-5, which would last for the remainder of the game.

The Bulldogs committed three errors in the inning, which didn't help the cause.

"We had a chance to get out of it clean, but we booted it around a little bit and they took advantage of it and took the lead," Christensen said.

In the seventh, Peshtigo put two runners on base with just one out, advancing them to second and third, but they couldn't find a way to bring them across with the bottom of the order.

"They're a good team," Christensen said of Kewaunee. "We came back, we fought. We always do that. It didn't go our way."

Meyers took the loss, though only three of the seven runs she allowed were earned.

Dudka had three hits, while Lacoursiere, Detry, Wickman and Chmela had two hits apiece for Peshtigo.



Marinette Splits a Doubleheader With League Leading Denmark

Marinette split a doubleheader against a tough Denmark Vikings team on Friday.

Coming into the night, Denmark had lost just twice on the year, leading the North Eastern Conference.

Marinette battled hard to take the first game from Denmark, 6-3.

Sydney Nemetz pitched a complete game for Marinette. She recorded just one strikeout, but she allowed only five hits and two walks to limit the Denmark offensive output to three.

She got some help from her offense as well, namely Tatum Ihde, who hit a home run and posted three RBIs.

Maya Carviou went 2-for-4 with an RBI and two runs and Matti Renikow's two doubles resulted in two RBIs and two runs.

Her first double came in the first inning, giving Marinette an early boost. The second one came in the third inning, with Ihde following it up with a home run.

"That was a big win for our girls," Marinette coach Josh Lacy said. We came out fired up and ready to hit right from the start. Their pitchers did a good job making adjustments as the day went on, but Sydney was solid for us all day."

The second game of the day was not as positive for Marinette, as the Marines took a 12-0 loss, with errors, wild pitches and cold bats not doing them any favors.

Nemetz took the loss with four innings of work resulting in seven runs (two earned). She allowed nine hits and walked one.

Grace Nye got the win for Denmark for three scoreless innings. Marinette had just two baserunners in the game.



Algoma Pitching Bests Bulldogs Again 11-1

The Peshtigo Bulldogs struggled at the plate in an 11-1 loss to Algoma on Monday, as has been the story in a number of games so far this spring.

Peshtigo fell behind 1-0 in the first inning, with the Wolves scoring another in the third. After the fourth, Algoma led 5-0.

Peshtigo's run came in the fifth, when Karli Cahill hit a home run. She went 2-for-3 in the game.

In the sixth, Algoma scored six to finish the game an inning early.

Peshtigo had four hits, with Kennedy Chmela and Allison Dudka each hitting doubles in the game.

Grace Meyers took the loss on the mound.



Bulldogs Blanked Twice at Seymour Tourney

The Peshtigo Bulldogs' softball team just couldn't get the bats going in a pair of games against Seymour and Oconto Falls on Saturday, falling 10-0 and 6-0, respectively.

In the first game against Seymour, Peshtigo managed just two baserunners, striking out 11 times against Paige Weyer in a five-inning game.

Mattie Lacoursiere and Allison Dudka had the only hits for Peshtigo.

Seymour scored one run in the second inning, five in the fourth and four in the fifth to finish things off.

Things were better for Peshtigo in the second game, but they couldn't plate a runner. Peshtigo struck out six times and got three baserunners on.

Dreya Detry, Grace Meyers and Karli Cahill had the Bulldogs' three hits. Chmela came closest to scoring with a double in the seventh, but the next batter was the final one of the game.



Wickman Fires Perfect Game as Peshtigo Downs Sevastopol

The Peshtigo Bulldogs had everything working in an 10-0 win over Sevastopol on Friday.

First and foremost, Grace Wickman was dominant. She pitched a perfect game in five innings, striking out four and keeping Sevastopol off the basepaths entirely.

Bulldogs coach Tom Christensen said Wickman was "on it" Friday. She also had a strong defense behind her, making no errors and adding a couple nice plays.

"The "D' was behind her," Christensen said. "We made our plays: a very clean game, the way we like it to go."

In order to win 10-0, you also have to hit the ball well, which Peshtigo did. Peshtigo scored four in the first inning and five in the fourth to head home early.

Mckenna Evancheck, who Christensen said had a good defensive game, added three hits and Karli Cahill had two hits with three runs scored.

Mattie Lacoursiere and Wickman had two hits.

"We hit the ball hard at the right time and everything was on our side, including timing. We had the hits when they counted," Christensen said.


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05-16-2019Sports
Peshtigo Claims Packerland Crown

05-16-2019Sports
Crivitz Makes History With First Ever M&O Meet Sweep

05-16-2019Sports
Cougars Beat Rangers in 7th for Conference Crown

05-16-2019Sports
Cougars Defeat Rangers in Shootout For Conference Championship

05-16-2019Perspectives
Country Cousin

05-16-2019Perspectives
From My Window

05-16-2019Perspectives
From our readers

05-16-2019Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee School Board Hears Reports and Events

05-16-2019Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Greenhouse Flower, Vegetable Sale

05-16-2019Community - Wausaukee
50 Students Awarded for Pollination Pop Quiz

05-16-2019Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee School Penny Drive Results

05-16-2019Community - Crivitz
Memorial Services at Crivitz and Middle Inlet

05-16-2019Community - Crivitz
Loomis Memorial Cemetery Listings

05-16-2019Community - Crivitz
Kids Fun Run in Crivitz May 19

05-16-2019Community - Crivitz
Healing Mass at Crivitz May 18

05-16-2019Community - Coleman
Coleman Utility Holds Off On Rate Increase

05-16-2019Community - Coleman
Coleman High School Graduation is May 18th

05-16-2019Community - Coleman
Memorial Day Program at Coleman May 27th

05-16-2019Front Page
Receive Awards

05-16-2019Front Page
Peshtigo Water Not Contaminated, Still Waiting For Sludge Test Results

05-16-2019Front Page
Perry Announces Candidacy for Marinette County Circuit Judge

05-16-2019Front Page
Wendt Returned As President Of Coleman School Board

05-16-2019Front Page
Riverside Cemetery Association Hears Reports, Equipment Needs

05-09-2019Front Page
Five Departments Battle Marinette House Fire

05-09-2019Front Page
City Sump Pumps Must Not Drain Into Sanitary Sewers

05-09-2019Front Page
Arrest Two in Oconto Death

05-09-2019Front Page
Mike Rogodzinski Joins Pound Village Board

05-09-2019Front Page
Judge Miron to Retire in July, 2020

05-09-2019Community - Wausaukee
Legion Unit Plans SC Annual Picnic

05-09-2019Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Performing Arts To Present Two Plays

05-09-2019Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee High School Commencement May 19th

05-09-2019Community - Wausaukee
Summer Food Plan at Wausaukee District

05-09-2019Community - Crivitz
Crivitz School Competes in National Quiz Bowl

05-09-2019Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Community Garden Fundraiser

05-09-2019Community - Crivitz
Register for PTSD Run for Recovery

05-09-2019Community - Crivitz
NEWCare Expands Crivitz Facility

05-09-2019Community - Coleman
Coleman Continues Work Toward CDBG Application

05-09-2019Community - Coleman
Coleman Schools To Meet May 13

05-09-2019Community - Coleman
Coleman Utilities To Meet May 13

05-09-2019Community - Coleman
Memorial Day Program at Coleman May 27th

05-09-2019Sports
Coleman Stays On Top of M&O with One Run Win Over Crivitz

05-09-2019Sports
Crivitz Upsests Coleman as M&O Race Tightens

05-09-2019Sports
Marines Sweep 41st Annual Peshtigo Invite

05-09-2019Sports
Bulldogs, Marines, Cougars Remain Conference Leaders

05-09-2019Sports
Peshtigo Alumni 6th Annual "Pepper Fore Peshtigo" Event

05-09-2019Perspectives
From My Window

05-09-2019Perspectives
Country Cousin

05-09-2019Perspectives
From Our Readers

05-09-2019Obituaries
Bryan V. Bayer

05-09-2019Obituaries
Bryan V. Bayer

05-09-2019Obituaries
Bruce C. Blom

05-09-2019Obituaries
Diane Buchert

05-09-2019Obituaries
Jean E. Burns

05-09-2019Obituaries
Myles W. Kempke Cole

05-09-2019Obituaries
David Collier Sr.

05-09-2019Obituaries
Maryann Deschaine

05-09-2019Obituaries
Michael A. Gokey

05-09-2019Obituaries
Patricia A. Gorisek

05-09-2019Obituaries
Helen Mae Hanson

05-09-2019Obituaries
Mary L. Kronauer 

05-09-2019Obituaries
Brad Nernberger

05-09-2019Obituaries
Arnold T. Organ

05-09-2019Obituaries
John Regan

05-09-2019Obituaries
Benjamin R. Rich

05-09-2019Obituaries
John L. Seaborg

05-09-2019Obituaries
Emelyn S. Severson

05-09-2019Obituaries
Beulah M. Spreeman

05-09-2019Obituaries
Audrey M. Waldo

05-09-2019Obituaries
Gilbert E. Wojciechowski

05-02-2019Sports
Peshtigo/Coleman Hold Slim Conference Leads

05-02-2019Sports
Heavy Hitting Coleman Remains On Top of M&O

05-02-2019Sports
Bulldog Boys, Marine Girls Finish Second at St. Norbert Elite Meet

05-02-2019Sports
Coleman/Marinette Claim Conference 9-Hole Events

05-02-2019Sports
Harlem Wizards Visited Marinette, Menominee

05-02-2019Front Page
One Man Saved, One Believed Dead After Boat Flips In Menominee River

05-02-2019Front Page
Law Enforcement Alerted To "Sexting" Complaint In Peshtigo

05-02-2019Front Page
Peshtigo Wastewater May Contain PFOS/PFOA, Drinking Water Is Safe

05-02-2019Front Page
Marinette County Has First Traffic Fatality

05-02-2019Front Page
Sex Offender To Live In Marinette

05-02-2019Community - Wausaukee
Town of Athelstane Action Taken at Annual Meeting

05-02-2019Community - Wausaukee
Wausuakee Lion Club Installs New Officers

05-02-2019Community - Wausaukee
Presbyterian Church Bake Sale May 10th

05-02-2019Community - Wausaukee
Post 66 Memorial Services on May 26


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