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Crivitz to Host all-New Larger The Wall That Heals

The Wall That Heals, a replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, along with a mobile Education Center, is coming to Crivitz on Aug. 30 through Sept. 2 at Crivitz Community Veterans Park and will be open 24 hours a day and is free to the public. The Wall That Heals honors the more than three million Americans who served in the U.S. Armed forces in the Vietnam War and bears the names of the more than 58,000 men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in Vietnam.

Crivitz will be among the first to host the new, larger exhibit which inclu...
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County Board To Air Coroner Post Feb. 27

The Marinette County Board meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 27 promises to be a long and busy one. The agenda includes discussion on a controversial proposal to eliminate the elected position of county coroner in favor of an appointed medical examiner, and action to adopt pay schedules for elected officials coming up for election this fall as recommended by the personnel Committee.

Approval is expected for a Forestry Committee resolution seeking state funding to buy a 40-acre property in the Town of Amberg, and a Land Information Committee res...
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Town of Peshtigo Residents Question Chairperson On Contaminated Water

In public comment at the Town of Peshtigo Board Meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 20, Chuck Boyle asked, "Why was there no representation by the Town of Peshtigo at the meeting held by Arcadis and Tyco at Little River Country Club on Jan. 23"?

Chairperson Denise Wiedemeier didn't address why no-one attended but responded by saying, "Our attorney is in contact with Tyco and the Town doesn't have jurisdiction or know enough about it. Town property is not affected by ground water but private property is and once the properties ditche...
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Marinette Marine To Lay Keel of LCS 21

Keel laying ceremonies for LCS 21, the future USS Minneapolis-Saint Paul, will be held at 3 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 22 at the Fincantieri Marinette Marine Shipyard in Marinette. Ship sponsor Jodi J. Greene will authenticate the keel during the event. The keel is generally the first part of a ship's hull to be constructed, and laying the keel is often marked with a ceremonial event.

LCS 21, the future Minneapolis-Saint Paul, is the 11th Freedom-variant Littoral Combat Ship and the 21st in the class. The Littoral Combat Ship is designed t...
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Marinette School Board Adopts New Set Of Value Statements

Culminating months of work, meetings, community surveys and ongoing discussions by a design team of school staff and volunteers led by Jo Miller, CESA 8 Director of Continuous Improvement, Marinette School Board on Tuesday, Feb. 20 adopted a new set of values, vision and mission statements for the district.

The unanimous board vote accepting the recommendations came after they viewed a video depicting work on the project and heard enthusiastic explanations by District Administrator Wendy Dzurick. Dzurick explained they wanted to keep th...
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Issue Date Department Headline
02-21-2018Front Page
Crivitz to Host all-New Larger The Wall That Heals

02-21-2018Front Page
County Board To Air Coroner Post Feb. 27

02-21-2018Front Page
Town of Peshtigo Residents Question Chairperson On Contaminated Water

02-21-2018Front Page
Marinette Marine To Lay Keel of LCS 21

02-21-2018Front Page
Marinette School Board Adopts New Set Of Value Statements

02-14-2018Front Page
Arbor Village, Community Based Facility Now Open In Peshtigo

02-14-2018Front Page
County Looks At Abolishing Position of Elected Coroner

02-14-2018Front Page
Neumann Retiring After 32 Years As Track Coach

02-14-2018Front Page
Dept. Of Public Works Lists Equipment Needs

02-14-2018Front Page
Voters To Choose Candidates For Supreme Court On Feb. 20

02-07-2018Front Page
Best of Cities

02-07-2018Front Page
Gov. Walker Joins Marinette Officials for WMCOE Opening

02-07-2018Front Page
Pound Village Board Hears School Referendum Report

02-07-2018Front Page
Village of Coleman President Praises Public Work Employees

02-07-2018Front Page
Peshtigo School Board Meets Monday, Feb. 12

01-31-2018Front Page
Early Morning Fire Destroys Dun-Rite Asphalt Buildings

01-31-2018Front Page
Marinette Marine Seeks County Assist For Contract Opportunity

01-31-2018Front Page
Fire Destroys Old Knitting Mill Building In Marinette

01-31-2018Front Page
County Tourism Promotion Services Remain Unsettled

01-31-2018Front Page
Peshtigo City Council To Meet February 6

01-24-2018Front Page
Lawsuit Filed in Federal Court, Speakers Urge Back 40 Delay

01-24-2018Front Page
County Board To Hear Presentation By Marinette Marine CEO Jan Allman

01-24-2018Front Page
County Board OKs $60,000 For Broadband Grant Project

01-24-2018Front Page
School, City Seek "Teeth" For Emery Parking Rules

01-24-2018Front Page
Large Crowd Attends Tyco Water Session

01-17-2018Front Page
Rainbow House Receives Donation

01-17-2018Front Page
Peshtigo School Board Again To Seek New School Funding

01-17-2018Front Page
Town of Peshtigo Has Surplus For 2017

01-17-2018Front Page
Public Hearing Jan. 23 On Back 40 Mine Permit

01-17-2018Front Page
Coleman School District Voters To Decide Two Referendum Questions

01-17-2018Front Page
Marinette Seeks Assistant City Recreation Director

01-10-2018Front Page
Gov. Walker Visits Coleman To Support School Aid Increases

01-10-2018Front Page
Town of Stephenson Votes To Withdraw From Recycling

01-10-2018Front Page
DA Clears Officers In Dec. 7 Shooting Death

01-10-2018Front Page
Niagara Firefighters Find Missing Man Dead in Woods

01-10-2018Front Page
Coleman School Board Gives Nod To April 3 Referendum

01-03-2018Front Page
Little Competition On Ballot For Offices In April Elections

01-03-2018Front Page
Koronkiewicz Will Retire As City Clerk/Treasurer May 18

01-03-2018Front Page
Wausaukee Has Problems With Sewage, Not Water

01-03-2018Front Page
Peshtigo Citizens Building Committee Favors New School

01-03-2018Front Page
Public Hearing Jan. 23 On Back 40 Mine Permit

12-27-2017Front Page
Triple C Riders Donate Toys to Oconto Falls Hospital

12-27-2017Front Page
Coleman School Board To Vote Jan. 8 On Facility Referendum

12-27-2017Front Page
Town of Stephenson Board Okays SnoMo/ATV Routes, Speed Limits

12-27-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Citizens School Study Continues Jan. 2

12-27-2017Front Page
Board Thanks Camps Busing For Good Service Since 1949

12-20-2017Front Page
USS LITTLE ROCK ON ACTIVE DUTY

12-20-2017Front Page
County Board Members Agree To Look At Committee Restructure

12-20-2017Front Page
Kim Eparvier Retiring As Head Of Peshtigo Schools

12-20-2017Front Page
Area Churches List Christmas Masses and Church Services

12-20-2017Front Page
Discuss Future of Recycling Coalition

12-15-2017Front Page
Identify Victim, Officers In Marinette Shooting Death

12-14-2017Front Page
Two More Graduate From Marinette Co. Drug Court

12-14-2017Front Page
Agencies Address Marinette Water Contamination Issues

12-14-2017Front Page
County Board Again Asked To Consider Committee Revamp

12-14-2017Front Page
Pound Agrees On Insurance, Not Raises, For Employees

12-06-2017Front Page
Open House at New PCM Credit Union

12-06-2017Front Page
Lock, Gryzwa Will Not Seek Re-Election to Peshtigo Council

12-06-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Town Board Okays $925,412 Budget

12-06-2017Front Page
Marinette Firemen To Expand EMS Coverage

12-06-2017Front Page
Pound Parade Dec. 9, Special Meet Dec. 11

11-29-2017Front Page
The Wall That Heals Coming to Crivitz Aug. 30 - Sept. 2

11-29-2017Front Page
Airplane Tampering Allegations Draw Objections, Responses

11-29-2017Front Page
Committee Recommends Keep Chicago Court Name

11-29-2017Front Page
Wausaukee Tax Rate Unchanged From 2017

11-29-2017Front Page
Marinette City Budget Public Hearing Nov. 30

11-22-2017Front Page
County, Town, State Working To Improve Internet Service

11-22-2017Front Page
Wausaukee Faces Problems With False WWTP Testing Reports

11-22-2017Front Page
Former Hammes Garage Site Is Now A Vacant Lot

11-22-2017Front Page
Nogalski Reports On State Of Cemetery

11-22-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Tree Lighting Ceremony at Triangle Park

11-15-2017Front Page
Area Veterans and Eugene Frank Honored By Operation United Hearts

11-15-2017Front Page
County Board Approves Budget Without Change

11-15-2017Front Page
Crivitz Budget Hearing Rescheduled To Nov. 30

11-15-2017Front Page
$1,000 Reward Stands For Middle Inlet Sign Vandal Info

11-15-2017Front Page
Christmas in Marinette Event on December 2nd

11-08-2017Front Page
Eagle Express/George Webb's To Honor Area Veterans on Nov. 11th

11-08-2017Front Page
City Gets $285,030 DNR Grant For Fish Platform

11-08-2017Front Page
County Levy Down For Budget Hearing Nov. 14

11-08-2017Front Page
School Administrator Praises Work Of Coleman Police Chief Soletske

11-08-2017Front Page
Peshtigo School District Annual Meeting Approves 2017-18 Budget

11-01-2017Front Page
Astronaut Vande Hei to Get Birthday Video in Space

11-01-2017Front Page
Counties Join Suit Against "Big Pharm" Opioid Makers

11-01-2017Front Page
Tax Rate Down, Fund Balance Up For Wausaukee School District

11-01-2017Front Page
County Value Up 3.7%, Tax Rate Will Be Down

11-01-2017Front Page
Middle Inlet Board Meets Nov. 9, Set Budget Nov. 15

10-26-2017Front Page
Marinette Firefighters Honor Louis Fifarek In LODD Ceremony

10-25-2017Front Page
County Board To Hear Budget Message Oct. 31

10-25-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Town Board Approves 2018 Budget

10-25-2017Front Page
Oconto County Chair Lee Rymer Chosen For 2017 WCA Honors "Friend of County Government"

10-25-2017Front Page
Fair Board Has Many Changes, New President, Vice President

10-18-2017Front Page
Give Rides

10-18-2017Front Page
Peshtigo School Survey May Go Out In November

10-18-2017Front Page
Sheriff Urges County Not To Open All Roads To ATVs, UTVs

10-18-2017Front Page
Coleman School Threat Suspect Is Under Arrest

10-18-2017Front Page
Middle Inlet Property Owners Billed For Driveway Culverts

10-11-2017Front Page
Gov. Increases Sparsity Aid for Rural Schools

10-11-2017Front Page
County May Get Funds For 3rd Full Time DA

10-11-2017Front Page
Name Sue Hinch New Co. Child Support Head

10-11-2017Front Page
Oktoberfest at St. Thomas Aquinas Slated for Oct. 21

10-11-2017Front Page
County Board Referendum Proposal Is Again Defeated

10-04-2017Front Page
Granite Plaques Mounted on Logs Taken From River

10-04-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Sewer Rates Are Going Up, Old Buildings Coming Down

10-04-2017Front Page
School Building Group Asks For Third Option

10-04-2017Front Page
Appeals Court Dismisses Crivitz Locker Room Suit

10-04-2017Front Page
Marinette Bank Re-Zoning Request Falls Short of Passing

09-27-2017Front Page
Three Graduated From Marinette Co. Drug Court

09-27-2017Front Page
Project Tax Rate Cut For Coleman School Budget

09-27-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Historical Parade, Badger Park Events Sept. 30

09-27-2017Front Page
Pound Firm to Raze City Building

09-27-2017Front Page
Former St. Mary Pastor Cleared of Sex Abuse

09-20-2017Front Page
McGowan Speaks at POW/MIA Recognition

09-20-2017Front Page
Work on Marinette County Wage Study is Nearly Done

09-20-2017Front Page
No Action On Proposal For MCABI To Take On Tourism

09-20-2017Front Page
Twin County Airport License In Jeopardy

09-20-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Water & Sewer Weighs Sewer Rate Increase

09-13-2017Front Page
Eklund Insurance Sold To Wagner-Casper Agency

09-13-2017Front Page
County Board May Consider Cutting Supervisor Positions

09-13-2017Front Page
Marinette POW/MIA Recognition Day Sept. 15

09-13-2017Front Page
MCABI Okays Lease For Medical Center

09-13-2017Front Page
Land Information Okays Conditional Use Permit

09-06-2017Front Page
Amberg Parade

09-06-2017Front Page
Council Okays New City Fee Schedules

09-06-2017Front Page
Marinette City Council Receives Update on REC Center Project

09-06-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Parks Committee Increases Camping Rates

09-06-2017Front Page
Crivitz Group Lists Area Strengths, Sets Goals

09-06-2017Front Page
McGowan Named VSC Chairman

08-30-2017Front Page
County Board Keeps DA Request on Hold

08-30-2017Front Page
Attendance Down at Fair, But Considered Successful

08-30-2017Front Page
Coleman School Board Considers Community Foundation Investment

08-30-2017Front Page
Name Terry Powers For Touhey Award

08-30-2017Front Page
Lena Lions Club Hosts 32nd Dairy Fest Sept. 9

08-23-2017Front Page
Sheriff Slates Aug. 24 Sex Offender Meeting

08-23-2017Front Page
Tom Mandli, Ginger Deschane Named To County Board Posts

08-23-2017Front Page
Marinette County Fair Starts Thursday, Aug. 24

08-23-2017Front Page
Former Assistant Fire Chief Gets 15-Years for Child Sex

08-23-2017Front Page
Dispute Continues Over Sex Offender Placement

08-16-2017Front Page
Marinette Fire Department Celebrates 150th Anniversary

08-16-2017Front Page
U.S. Labor Department Is Investigating County

08-16-2017Front Page
Driveways, Fences Can Be On Property Lines In Grover

08-16-2017Front Page
Weather May Cause Emergency Radio Skip

08-16-2017Front Page
Peshtigo School Board Shuffles Coaching Jobs

08-16-2017Front Page
Peshtigo School Board Shuffles Coaching Jobs

08-09-2017Front Page
ANNUAL PARADE

08-09-2017Front Page
Amberg Agrees To Pay For Rhodes Monument

08-09-2017Front Page
Detail Cemetery Chapel Project in Five Phases

08-09-2017Front Page
Jarred Edgecombe Is New Pound Fire Chief

08-09-2017Front Page
Coleman Legion Post Plans to Sell Building

08-02-2017Front Page
Crivitz To Host Settler's Picnic at Museum on Aug. 5

08-02-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Council Okays Plans For Another City Park


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