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Court of Honor??Four young men received were inducted into the Eagle Scout Court of Honor in a ceremony Saturday, Sept. 11 in Peshtigo. Pictured with the new Eagle Scouts are left to right; Representative Elijah Behnke, Dave Hansen, Gabe Fugere, Kolin Olsen, Griffin Knox, Nathan Krouth and State Senator Eric Wimberger. See more photos on A-14

Four Area Men Enter Eagle Scout Court of Honor Award

Issue Date: September 16, 2021

Four area young men from Peshtigo Boy Scout Troop 1054 were inducted in the Eagle Scout Court of Honor Saturday, Sept. 11 at Badger Park. The Eagle Scouts honored were Gabe Fugere, Griffin Knox, Nathan Krouth and Kolin Olsen.

The ceremony opened with a welcome by Keith Schroeder, Scoutmaster. He gave a brief history of the Eagle Scout Honor and what it means. Presentation of the Colors by the Scout Color Guard was next followed by the Invocation by Hank Johnston, Scoutmaster. The Pledge of Allegiance was recited by those present. The S...
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Ignite the Spirit to Travel Through Peshtigo Sept. 20

Issue Date: September 16, 2021

A group of Chicago firefighters from Ignite the Spirit Fund will be stopping in Peshtigo Monday, Sept. 20 as part of their mission of Biking to Fight Cancer. They will be biking from Chicago over the course of six days and ride over the Mackinaw Bridge. Their 500 mile ride will begin on Sept. 18 and end on Sept. 23.

Ignite the Spirit is a Charity organization founded by Firefighters for Firefighters. To date Ignite has given out more than 1.6 million dollars to firefighters and police members in their time of need. The ride raises mone...
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To Rebuild Cranberry Ave. Before The Snow Flies

Issue Date: September 16, 2021

At a brief special meeting on Monday, Sept. 13, Peshtigo City Council accepted a bid from PTS Contractors of Green Bay to reconstruct a portion of S. Cranberry Ave. from Maple to Birch Ave. at a price of $389,500. The work includes replacement of water and sewer lines, plus curb, gutter and new pavement, and the bid specifications stipulated that if the work is not completed this year the contractor will be assessed a $500 per day fine until the job is done.

Work is to start in the very near future and be completed by Nov. 1. Mayor Cath...
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County May Help Purchase Search And Rescue Airboat

Issue Date: September 16, 2021

If Marinette County Board agrees at its meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 21, the county will be providing $43,900 to the City of Marinette Fire Department to help pay for a 2021 Search and Rescue Airboat from 1000 Islands Airboats. If approved, the money will come from the county's 2022 budget, and the rescue vessel will be available for use anywhere in the county.

That item, including preliminary budgets, were among many issues on the agenda for a 9 a.m. meeting of the County Board's Administrative Committee on Thursday, Sept. 16, in ...
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Closed Meet On Wausaukee Contract For Rescue Squad

Issue Date: September 16, 2021

As promised at the August 16 meeting of Wausaukee Rescue Squad, Inc., Wausaukee Village Board convened a special closed session meeting to discuss the proposed 2022 contract offered by the private not-for-profit rescue squad to the four municipalities it serves, and invited the three other municipalities to send representatives. They all accepted. The closed executive meeting was held at the end of a special Wausaukee Village Board meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 7 at the Village Hall, which is located on Harrison Ave., across the street from ...
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Issue Date Department Headline
09-16-2021Front Page
Four Area Men Enter Eagle Scout Court of Honor Award

09-16-2021Front Page
Ignite the Spirit to Travel Through Peshtigo Sept. 20

09-16-2021Front Page
To Rebuild Cranberry Ave. Before The Snow Flies

09-16-2021Front Page
County May Help Purchase Search And Rescue Airboat

09-16-2021Front Page
Closed Meet On Wausaukee Contract For Rescue Squad

09-08-2021Front Page
"Never Forget" Walk Honoring Responders Saturday In Peshtigo

09-08-2021Front Page
Deputy Fred Popp Named New City of Peshtigo Police Chief

09-08-2021Front Page
Ethics Board Finds Violations, By Alderman Recommends No Penalty

09-08-2021Front Page
Marinette County Population Up Only 123 In Last Decade

09-08-2021Front Page
Marinette County Has Tragic, Busy Labor Day Weekend

09-02-2021Front Page
Another Successful Year For Marinette County Fair

09-02-2021Front Page
McClintock Park Murderer Gets Two Life Sentences

09-02-2021Front Page
Wausaukee Man Injured In Afghan Suicide Bombing

09-02-2021Front Page
Crivitz Board Okays Permit For Tower

09-02-2021Front Page
Firefighters Encourage Public To Attend 9-11 Memorial Walk

08-25-2021Front Page
Marinette County Fair Set for August 26-29

08-25-2021Front Page
Tom Gromala Named New County Board Supervisor

08-25-2021Front Page
Informational Meeting on Highway 64 Project

08-25-2021Front Page
Plan Sept. 20 Re-Opening For Elderly Meal Site In Marinette

08-25-2021Front Page
Moose On The Menominee Car & Bike Show Is Sept. 4

08-25-2021Front Page
Marinette Committee Hears Report On Rec Center Use

08-19-2021Front Page


08-19-2021Front Page
Planning Underway For Peshtigo Historical Days

08-19-2021Front Page
Wausaukee Rescue Squad Seeks Another Huge Funding Increase

08-19-2021Front Page
Town Names Ed Dory As Peshtigo Town Constable

08-19-2021Front Page
Public Invited to Attend 9-11 Memorial Walk in Peshtigo

08-19-2021Front Page
Peshtigo School Announces Forward Together Covid Plan

08-13-2021Front Page
One Man is Dead Following Huge Fire in Carney Michigan

08-13-2021Front Page
LCS USS Nantucket Christened/Launched

08-13-2021Front Page
Town of Grover Residents And Farmers Frustrated With Floaters

08-13-2021Front Page
Public Comments Period Dominates Marinette Council

08-13-2021Front Page
Oconto Falls Police Officer Shot During Call Response

08-05-2021Front Page
City Art Project

08-05-2021Front Page
Planning Underway For Peshtigo Historical Days

08-05-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Council Revises Ordinances Governing Cigarettes, THC and Signs

08-05-2021Front Page
County Board Again Refuses Discussion On Dominion Voting Machine Concerns

08-05-2021Front Page
Crivitz Offers Help To Fill Day Care Needs

08-05-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Town Board Holds Water Meeting

07-29-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Cemetery Marker Back After Refurbishing

07-29-2021Front Page
Crivitz Classes To Be Mask Free And In Person For 2021-2022

07-29-2021Front Page
Marinette Administrator Presents School Reopening Plan To Board

07-29-2021Front Page
Controversy Swirls Around Wausaukee Rescue Squad

07-29-2021Front Page
Town Board To Review Several Water Options

07-29-2021Front Page
Jury Brings Guilty Verdicts In Old McClintock Murder Case

07-22-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Parks & Rec Christmas In July Event Very Successful

07-22-2021Front Page
PHS Alumni Pepper â€Fore†Peshtigo Scholarship Golf Outing was Success

07-22-2021Front Page
Clerk Clarence Coble Adresses Town Board

07-22-2021Front Page
Approximately 300 Gather to Celebrate Menominee River

07-22-2021Front Page
Aquila Withdraws Latest Safety Permit Request

07-15-2021Front Page
New Playground For Badger Park Okayed

07-15-2021Front Page
Town Of Peshtigo Board Meets In Special Session

07-15-2021Front Page
Ceranski Protest Leaves No School Board Quorum

07-15-2021Front Page
Recreation Deputies Give Updates on ATV/UTV Rules

07-15-2021Front Page
Genealogy Group To Present 1871 â€Stories From The Ashesâ€

07-08-2021Front Page
Police Chief Rick Badgley Retires, Mike Sievert Named Interim Chief

07-08-2021Front Page
Fire Destroys Pole Building At Baumgarten Residence

07-08-2021Front Page
Landfill Future Again On MarOco Agenda

07-08-2021Front Page
Marinette Council Says No To Proposed Water Resolution

07-08-2021Front Page
Salaries On Agenda For Peshtigo School Board

07-01-2021Front Page
Weather Keeps Crowd Down 3,000 Enjoy Farm

07-01-2021Front Page
County Board Moves Forward With Mountain Bike Trail Plans

07-01-2021Front Page
New Playground Project Planned For Badger Park

07-01-2021Front Page
Facade Improvement Grant Approved For River Pub

07-01-2021Front Page
Crivitz Eagle To Ride In 4th of July Parade

06-24-2021Front Page
Marinette County Breakfast on the Farm Sunday, June 27

06-24-2021Front Page
Rau Asks School Board To Decide On Referendum

06-24-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Ethics Committee Proceeds with Investigation

06-24-2021Front Page
Okay Re-Opening Plans For Elderly Meal Sites

06-24-2021Front Page
Wausaukee Board Praises Evergreen Park Campground

06-24-2021Front Page
Campers/Motor Homes Must Pay Permit Fee To Park In Middle Inlet

06-17-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Historical Society Making Sesquicentennial Plans for Oct. 8

06-17-2021Front Page
Marinette School District Celebrates Groundbreaking

06-17-2021Front Page
Hwy. 141 Truck/Tractor Crash Takes Life Of Truck Driver

06-17-2021Front Page
City of Peshtigo Approves First Two Facade Grants

06-17-2021Front Page
Wausaukee Awards $1,545,000 Community Center Bid To Mike Koenig Construction

06-10-2021Front Page
100 Women Giving Back-Northwoods Donates $7,000 to Oconto River Kids

06-10-2021Front Page
Mexican Drug Cartel Linked To Oconto County Murder

06-10-2021Front Page
Trial Proceedings Continue For McClintock Park Murder Case

06-10-2021Front Page
Jail Stay Costly For Marinette County

06-10-2021Front Page
Streets & Drainage Committee Okays Street Closures, Contract

06-03-2021Front Page
Over 700 People Attend The Crivitz Memorial Dedication

06-03-2021Front Page
Crivitz Village Board Gets Preview Of Eagle Statue

06-03-2021Front Page
Katie Berman Elected As New Peshtigo Alderman

06-03-2021Front Page
Aquila To Sell Reef, Bend Sites, Focus on Back Forty

06-03-2021Front Page
Marinette Receives Dept. Of Administration Grant

06-03-2021Front Page
County Supervisors Cannot Address 980 Committee

05-27-2021Front Page
Lemire Family New Owners Of Glenwood Memorial Gardens

05-27-2021Front Page
Crivitz To Dedicate Memorial Monday

05-27-2021Front Page
Masks No Longer Required In Marinette County Facilities

05-27-2021Front Page
Marinette Committee Hears Update On Higley Park Plan

05-27-2021Front Page
Crivitz School Board Elects Amy Grandaw President

05-20-2021Front Page
Labor of Love

05-20-2021Front Page
Town Of Peshtigo Bd Of Review July 6th

05-20-2021Front Page
Peshtigo OKs Funds To Meet Firefighting Recommendations

05-20-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Council Okays Three New Firefighters

05-20-2021Front Page
Peshtigo School Board Holds Reorganization

05-12-2021Front Page
Judge Jane Sequin Addresses Law Enforcement Memorial

05-12-2021Front Page
Oconto County Breakfast on the Farm is June 13th

05-12-2021Front Page
Aquila Withdraws From Wetland Fight; Studies New Mine Permit

05-12-2021Front Page
May 15 Is Coleman Spring Clean-Up Day

05-12-2021Front Page
Geocaching Topic At Cemetery Meeting

05-05-2021Front Page
City Firefighters Respond To Blaze at Luigi's Pizza

05-05-2021Front Page
Grandaw Seated As Crivitz Village President, Behrendt Elected Trustee

05-05-2021Front Page
John LaCombe Selected As New Marinette Police Chief

05-05-2021Front Page
Coleman School Board Will Set Wages, Meal Prices On May 10

05-05-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Town To Establish Key Log

04-28-2021Front Page
BPM Breaks Ground on Their New Water Resource Recovery Facility

04-28-2021Front Page
County Is Still Seeking Home For Supervised Sex Offender

04-28-2021Front Page
Herman Pottratz Retires As Peshtigo Town Chair

04-28-2021Front Page
County Is Still Seeking Home For Supervised Sex Offender

04-28-2021Front Page
Good Officers, Bad Drugs Cause Jail Overcrowding

04-28-2021Front Page
Deputy Haws Honored For Life Saving Actions

04-21-2021Front Page
Mayor George Bousley Retirement Marks End Of An Era For Niagara

04-21-2021Front Page
Peshtigo School Board Honors Girls Bowling Team

04-21-2021Front Page
Brigitte Schmidt Elected New City Council President

04-21-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Mayor Asks For Ok On Grant Applications

04-21-2021Front Page
Mask Mandate Ends April 26 For Coleman School District

04-14-2021Front Page
Peshtigo City Finances Get Good Audit Report

04-14-2021Front Page
Recount April 15 For Middle Inlet Board

04-14-2021Front Page
Officers Detonate Live Blasting Caps

04-14-2021Front Page
DNR Extends Deadline For TOP PFAS Water Sampling

04-14-2021Front Page
Marinette City Council Okays Four Capital Outlay Projects

04-07-2021Front Page
Tim Geltz Is Hero Who Saved Drowning Man

04-07-2021Front Page
Republican Elijah Behnke Wins The 89th District Assembly Seat

04-07-2021Front Page
Numerous New Faces On Local Governing Boards

04-07-2021Front Page
Referendums Fail In Peshtigo, Pass For Lena School District

04-07-2021Front Page
Criminal Interdiction Operation by Oconto Co. Sheriff Department

03-31-2021Front Page


03-31-2021Front Page
Brick Tiles Still Available For Fish Viewing Platform

03-31-2021Front Page
Oginski Honored For Life Saving Actions

03-31-2021Front Page
Sentinel Structures Stops Production on March 31

03-31-2021Front Page
City, Town, Village Electors Go To the Polls On April 6th

03-31-2021Front Page
Dog Park Plan Change Gets Committee Okay

03-31-2021Front Page
Mudbrook Road Site Rejected For Placement Of Sex Offender

03-24-2021Front Page


03-24-2021Front Page
Set New Motions Hearing In McClintock Murder Case

03-24-2021Front Page
City of Peshtigo To Begin Selling Sesquicentennial Coins, Tickets

03-24-2021Front Page
County Board To Consider Sex Offenders House

03-24-2021Front Page
Malke Working With USDA/FDA On PFAS Remediation Grants

03-24-2021Front Page
Peshtigo May Get Additional $330,000 In Federal Funds

03-17-2021Front Page
Ice Shoves

03-17-2021Front Page
Town Of Middle Inlet Okays Fire Department Dive Team

03-17-2021Front Page
Sell Maple Lane Apartments, Donate Proceeds To Village

03-17-2021Front Page
Performance Services Inc. Updates Peshtigo Board

03-17-2021Front Page
Town of Peshtigo Hears Water Flow Concerns

03-10-2021Front Page
Trauma Kits

03-10-2021Front Page
Mayor Urges â€Yes†Vote On Peshtigo Referendum

03-10-2021Front Page
Steve Walters Seated On Riverside Cemetery Board

03-10-2021Front Page
Coleman High School Returns To Full Time Classes April 5

03-10-2021Front Page
Lena Has 30 Applicants To Replace Principal Torzala


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