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Honored"Peshtigo Police Chief Richard Badgley and Town of Riverview Fire Chief T.J. Schrank were honored along with first responders throughout the state as "First Responders of the Year", in a ceremony at the State Capitol in Madison, Thursday Oct. 10. Chief Badgley and Chief Schrank were recognized for their longtime service to citizens in their communities. Pictured left to right; Rep. Jeff Mursau, Chief Schrank, Chief Badgley and Rep. John Nygren.

Badgley, Schrank, Receive Hometown Hero Awards

Issue Date: October 17, 2019

Peshtigo Police Chief Richard Badgley and Town of Riverview Fire Chief T.J. Schrank were honored at the Hometown Hero ceremony at the State Capitol in Madison on Thursday Oct. 10 as the first ever recipients of the 89th Assembly District and the 36th Assembly District "First Responder of the Year" Award.

The State Assembly honored first responders from around the state for their dedication and passion for keeping communities safe. Representative John Nygren stated that "sacrifices made by first responders often go unnoticed or u...
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Rogge Sentenced To 40 Years In Prison For Shooting Death Of Wife

Issue Date: October 17, 2019

"You are a bully who abuses women," Judge James Morrison told 56-year-old Gary Rogge in Marinette Circuit Court on Monday, Oct. 14 shortly before ordering him to spend the next 40 years in prison for the shooting death of his wife, Shelly Erickson-Rogge at their Pembine home in January of this year.

"You will probably die in prison, and that would be totally justified," Judge Morrison told Rogge, noting that he will be 96 years old when the prison term is up. In case he survives the 40 years, the sentence includes 20 years on ex...
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Hearings On Aquila Mine Resume Oct. 23

Issue Date: October 17, 2019

Hearings on remaining permits Aquila Resources needs to construct its controversial Back 40 Mine near the Menominee River in Menominee County's Stephenson Township will resume in lansing, Mich. on Wednesday, Oct. 23, and are expected to continue through Friday, Oct. 25.

The permitting process started under Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), which was reorganized early this year into the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE).

EGLE subsequently established a new Environmental Permi...
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Antique Fire Truck To Return Home to Village of Wausaukee

Issue Date: October 17, 2019

On Oct. 17 at the Annual Minnesota State Fire Chiefs Association (MSFCA) the keys to a 1930 REO Speed Wagon fire truck will be handed back to its original owner, Village of Wausaukee.

MFSCA Board members led by Eagan, Minn. Fire Chief Mike Scott will hand over the keys to Fire Chief Eric Edlebeck of Wausaukee in a presentation to formally return the truck to its home. Lieutenant Brandon Wesolowski and firefighter Dennis Whitton, Jr. will accompany Edlebeck to Duluth.

Fire Chiefs from around the region will witness the truck bei...
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Nieminski Pleads No Contest On Multiple Child Sex Charges

Issue Date: October 17, 2019

At what started out to be a pre-trial motions hearing on Wednesday, Oct. 9, Judge David Miron accepted a last minute plea bargain agreement that could send former Coleman High School junior varsity basketball coach Jason R. Nieminski, 42, to prison for nine years and nine months, followed by 10 years of extended supervision and registration as a sex offender.

Sentencing is set for 1 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 30. In accepting the plea bargain agreement, Judge Miron noted at sentencing the judge is not bound by the plea bargain agreement.
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