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Make Donation - The Crivitz Ski Cats received a donation of $10,300 from the womens group 100+ Women Giving Back Northwoods. Pictured are Top row left to right: Jack Nolan, Jason Ducane, Mike Weiting, Karen Smerchek, Sheri Olive, Megan Lazansky, Jason Smerchek; 2nd row from top: Jamie Mursau, Kira Boone, Cale Ducane, Josie Smerchek, Abby Langer,  Trevin Smerchek, Jack Nolan, Trisha Gigante; 3rd row from top: Jemma Boone, Carrie Nolan, Lily Peplinski, Cooper Nolan, Tyler Langer; Bottom row: Fiona Lazansky, Brooklynn Gigante, Maddie Langer, and Reed Gigante.

Crivitz Ski Cats Receive $10,300 Donation From Women's Group

Issue Date: January 13, 2022

On Dec. 29, the Crivitz Ski Cats accepted a $10,300 donation from the group,100 Women Giving Back Northwoods. This is the women's third donation since the group was formed in April of 2021. To date, the group has given $30,415 back to the community. The members meet four times a year, for one hour.  During the meeting, they nominate and vote on which local nonprofit will receive their collective donation. Each member then writes a check for $100 directly to the chosen charity. The concept is that simple, and is a great option for those who...
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Village of Pound Price For Garbage Pickup Going Up

Issue Date: January 13, 2022

After much discussion at its monthly meeting on Monday, Jan. 10, Pound Village Board agreed on a split vote to increase the price of garbage pickup from $1 per bag to $2 per bag, effective on Tuesday, March 1.

Trustee Wayne Gross felt they should increase the price only to $1.50, and cast the sole vote against the $2 per bag motion. Gross noted just last year they had raised the price from 50 cents to $1 per bag, and felt doubling the price again was too much. Voting in favor were trustees Mike Rogodzinski and John Homontowski, and Vill...
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Committee To Study Rental Fees, WiFi For Drees Community Center

Issue Date: January 13, 2022

After nearly an hour of discussion on at its meeting on Monday, Jan. 10, the City of Peshtigo Fire, Lighting and Building Committee agreed they want to get WiFi installed at the Drees Community Center. They also agreed to do some more research before changing rental fees there, or altering the list of organizations that use it without cost.

Mayor Cathi Malke invited non-profit organizations to use the Council Chambers for meetings at no charge whenever the space is not needed for city meetings. Clerk/Treasurer Tammy Kasal commented the ...
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Town Board Hears Four Water Supply Possibilities

Issue Date: January 13, 2022

A special Town of Peshtigo Board meeting was held on Thursday, Jan. 6 for the purpose of a presentation from Strand Engineering for those impacted by (PFAS) contamination or for those that may be impacted in the future.A Water Supply Alternatives Analysis was provided by Project Lead Engineer Nate Ewanowski of Strand, with the first major update to come out of discussions between Town of Peshtigo, Tyco, Johnson Controls, Inc. (JCI) and other parties involved in identifying a long-term water solution for Town residents for Areas 1A (JCI Study Ar...
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Riverside Cemetery Sets Goals For The New Year

Issue Date: January 13, 2022

The Peshtigo Riverside Cemetery Annual meeting was held Monday, Jan. 10 prior to the regular cemetery meeting.

It was announced that 2021 was a productive year with mapping and signing of the cemetery completed along with placing of the Columbarium's.

President Mike Swiatnicki thanked Sexton John Garon and Assistant Grounds Keeper Wes Olson for the excellent job they are doing in keeping the cemetery looking fantastic over the past year. It is amazing how just a two person crew can get so much work done. Swiatnicki added, ...
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Issue Date Department Headline
01-13-2022Front Page
Crivitz Ski Cats Receive $10,300 Donation From Women's Group

01-13-2022Front Page
Village of Pound Price For Garbage Pickup Going Up

01-13-2022Front Page
Committee To Study Rental Fees, WiFi For Drees Community Center

01-13-2022Front Page
Town Board Hears Four Water Supply Possibilities

01-13-2022Front Page
Riverside Cemetery Sets Goals For The New Year

01-06-2022Front Page
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01-06-2022Front Page
Dan Klimek Named New Grover Chief

01-06-2022Front Page
Cowell Retiring From Peshtigo Public Works Director Position

01-06-2022Front Page
Peshtigo School Board To View Referendum Survey

01-06-2022Front Page
Many Incumbents Face Re-Election Challenges

01-06-2022Front Page
Covid Concerns Still Make News Stories for 2021

12-30-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Fire Tower Run Donates $3,000 to Community Programs

12-30-2021Front Page
Five County Board Members Will Not Seek Re-Election

12-30-2021Front Page
Second Amendment May Be On Jan. 13 Committee Agenda

12-30-2021Front Page
Crivitz School Board Agrees: No Change In COVID Rules

12-30-2021Front Page
Eight Oconto County Supervisors Will Not Seek Re-Election In April

12-22-2021Front Page
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12-22-2021Front Page
Winter Storms Cause Town Plowing Issues

12-22-2021Front Page
Semi-Car Crash Claims Life of Grover Woman

12-22-2021Front Page
Winter Storms Cause Town Plowing Issues

12-22-2021Front Page
Police Investigate Death In Peshtigo

12-22-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Committee OKs 2022 Capital Outlay List

12-22-2021Front Page
Fog Was Possibly Factor In Fatal Hwy. 141 Train Crash

12-16-2021Front Page
Village of Wausaukee Gets $50,000 Grant

12-16-2021Front Page
Porterfield Makes 2021 Budget Transfers, Sets New Pay Rates

12-16-2021Front Page
Middle Inlet Seeking Deputy Clerk/Treasurer

12-16-2021Front Page
Peshtigo School Board Hears New 100 Day Plan

12-16-2021Front Page
County Committee To Consider Right to Bear Arms Resolution

12-09-2021Front Page
Fire Destroys Garage In Town of Peshtigo

12-09-2021Front Page
Santa To Visit City Hall December 18

12-09-2021Front Page
Crivitz Rescue Hosting COVID19 Testing Clinic

12-09-2021Front Page
City Water/Sewer Committee to Meet Tuesday, Dec. 14th

12-09-2021Front Page
Unlawful to Push/Plow Snow on Public Highways

12-03-2021Front Page
Present Check

12-03-2021Front Page
Peshtigo To Consider 6-Year Assessing Contract With Pillath

12-03-2021Front Page
Parking Ban in Effect in Peshtigo

12-03-2021Front Page
Cranberry Street Project Comes In Under Budget

12-03-2021Front Page
Wausaukee Tax Rate Is Up 42 Cents Per $1,000

12-03-2021Front Page
Postpone Sentencing Alicia Maki For Booster Club Embezzlement

11-24-2021Front Page
Future USS Marinette Christened On Nov. 20

11-24-2021Front Page
City of Peshtigo Approves 2022 Budget and Tax Levy

11-24-2021Front Page
Crivitz Okays Budgets, Sets Election Inspectors

11-24-2021Front Page
Pound Adopts Balanced Village Budget For 2022

11-24-2021Front Page
Town Chair Cindy Boyle Lists Meetings & Activities

11-17-2021Front Page
Coleman Football Wins First Ever Berth At State Tourney

11-17-2021Front Page
BPM Wastewater Unit To Open In November

11-17-2021Front Page
Town Residents Address Peshtigo Board Meeting

11-17-2021Front Page
Peshtigo School Replaces Old Unrepairable Boiler

11-17-2021Front Page
Pennings Heads Biker Cancer Benefit Group

11-09-2021Front Page
Nearing Completion

11-09-2021Front Page
County Board Sets Pay, New Districts Lines For Supervisors

11-09-2021Front Page
City Water, Sewer To Consider Peshtigo Town Water Supply

11-09-2021Front Page
Culvert Issues Plague Peshtigo Town Board

11-09-2021Front Page
Peshtigo School Board To Discuss Property Purchase

11-04-2021Front Page
Halloween Fun

11-04-2021Front Page
Peshtigo To Keep Tax Rate Unchanged For 2022 Budget

11-04-2021Front Page
County Board To Finalize Supervisor Districts Nov. 9

11-04-2021Front Page
Detective Troy Ugoretz Is New Crivitz Police Chief

11-04-2021Front Page
Marinette Approves 20 Year Comprehensive Plan

10-28-2021Front Page
Football Auction Supports Local Family Battling Cancer

10-28-2021Front Page
County Board Affirms Decision To Help Buy Ice Rescue Boat

10-28-2021Front Page
Peshtigo To Go Ahead With EMS Application

10-28-2021Front Page
Porterfield Not Closing Dead End Town Roads

10-28-2021Front Page
Town Of Grover Has Road Issues

10-28-2021Front Page
Coleman School Tax Rate Stays at $9.62

10-21-2021Front Page


10-21-2021Front Page
Wayne and Mary Staidl Honored with Century Farm

10-21-2021Front Page
Middle Inlet Board Seeks To Exceed State Levy Limit

10-21-2021Front Page
City Personnel Committee Discusses Pay Increases

10-21-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Town Board Discusses Road Issue

10-14-2021Front Page
Over 200 Attend Historical Commemoration Service

10-14-2021Front Page
Warns About New Gift Card Scheme

10-14-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Town Board Working To Balance Budget For 2022

10-14-2021Front Page
Filing Deadline For $17 Million PFAS Settlement Is Oct. 22

10-06-2021Front Page
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10-06-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Council OKs Land Sale To Tri-Tec

10-06-2021Front Page
Coleman School Has "Awesome" Open House, Adopts Covid Rules

10-06-2021Front Page
Two Traffic Fatalities Recorded Oconto Co.

10-06-2021Front Page
Some Object To Proposed Porterfield Road Closings

09-30-2021Front Page
Sesquicentennial Fun

09-30-2021Front Page
Aquila Air Quality Permit Now Void

09-30-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Town Board Hires Two Employees

09-30-2021Front Page
Marinette County Offers Three Fall Color Tours

09-30-2021Front Page
Peshtigo School Board Okays Proposed Goals

09-23-2021Front Page
Back In Time

09-23-2021Front Page
COVID-19 Cases Soar, Crivitz Changes Rules

09-23-2021Front Page
County Board Okays Airboat Funding, Supervisory Districts

09-23-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Council Okays Two Fireworks Permits

09-23-2021Front Page
Legal Counsel & Mayor Respond to BPM Invoice

09-23-2021Front Page
Susan L. Fritsch

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
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