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Peshtigo Nips Oconto for Share of Packerland Title

Issue Date: February 23, 2022

Area Boys Basketball

Bulldogs Secure Share

of Packerland Title

with Win Over Oconto


The Peshtigo Bulldogs secured at least a share of the Packerland Conference title with an 83-78 overtime win over Oconto on Monday.

It's the first share of the boys basketball title the Bulldogs have secured since joining the Packerland, and it didn't come without a fight.

The Bulldogs were outscored by Oconto 38-37 in the first half, but they took a 37-36 second-half advantage to send things to overtime tied at 74.

In overtime, Peshtigo's defense put the clamps on and held Oconto to four points.

Kaine Fort had his best game as a Bulldog, scoring 29 points on 12-15 shooting. He also went 5-10 from the free throw line and led all players with 15 rebounds and two blocks.

Landon Lemke also broke out for 25 points, making 10 of 25 shots from the field. He had six rebounds, two assists, and two steals.

"I thought Landon Lemke hit some timely shots to keep us in striking distance," Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said. "He didn't have the best shooting night but definitely kept us in it."

Christian Boyle was 5-12 for 14 points with seven rebounds and three assists. Will McMahon had six points, seven rebounds, and five assists.

Boucher said his team has to do a better job of getting its bigs the ball more heading into the playoffs.

"Kaine Fort had a huge game for us. CC Boyle had a great second half and Will McMahon also," Boucher said.

Collin Engman had 10 rebounds, as the Bulldogs outrebounded Oconto 46-29 despite 13 rebounds from the Blue Devils' Luke Krueger.

Krueger scored nine points as well. Kadin Baxter matched Fort's scoring with 29, shooting 8-19 from the field and 11-13 on free throws. Christian Koch had 12 points.

Oconto struggled with fouls in the game, as Oconto's top three scorers (Baxter, Koch, and Krueger) finished with four personal fouls and three players finished with three.

The win was Peshtigo's final regular season game, finishing 13-3 in conference play. The Bulldogs await the result from Kewaunee's regular season finale Thursday at Sturgeon Bay.

The Storm are 12-3 in conference play, and a win would tie them for the conference title, despite having lost to Peshtigo twice on Jan. 8 and Feb. 15.

The first time Kewaunee and Sturgeon Bay (5-10 Packerland) met, Kewaunee narrowly escaped with a 63-61 victory.

"It means alot to us to win a conference title with pretty much same team, only losing 2 seniors last year," said Boucher. "We finished third from the bottom last year to top this year. We gotta keep it rolling into playoffs starting March 4th.



Wolverines Stay in Title

Contention With 72-52

Win Over Coleman


Crivitz gave its M&O Conference title hopes a massive boost with a 72-52 win over Coleman on Thursday.

The loss was Coleman's first conference loss of the season. The Cougars would go on to finish the season 15-1 in the M&O, while Crivitz is 14-1 with one game against 1-13 Wausaukee to play. A win there gives the Wolverines a share of the title.

Crivitz coach Jeff Bauman's Wolverines played their best game of the season, Bauman said.

The Wolverines came out firing, taking a 17-4 lead with eight minutes left in the first half on a 3-pointer by Kaden Spalding.

At halftime, the score was 34-15. Up 41-28, Crivitz called a 30-second timeout with 11:27.

With limited time left to all but guarantee themselves sole possession of the M&O Conference title, the Cougars would make a little bit of a run. They scored five points and cut the lead to 10 at 43-33 on a bucket by Eli Zablocki.

Crivitz scored nine points in less than a minute and pushed the lead back to 19, a lead that would prove insurmountable.

Spalding nailed a 3-pointer and Tegan Werner and Dillan Gehm converted and-ones. The lead hit double digits at 57-37 with seven minutes left, and it was over by that point.

Werner finished with 23 points on 10-16 shooting. He made two of his three free throws as well.

"The thing I like about Tegan, unless he's hurt, he's always ready to play. The last game against Coleman, Tegan was lights out," Bauman said. "He's a player, and he's only a sophomore. I couldn't be more proud of all of them. Tegan's just a leader out there, but this was a team win."

Sean Christiansen also scored 19 on a 7-12 night (5-6 FT), recording 13 rebounds, four assists, and four steals.

Spalding was 3-4 from 3-point range to score nine, Gehm had seven with a team-high five assists, and both Brady Tadisch and Seth Sellen scored six.

"I couldn't watch the tape of our Coleman game until Monday, finally I watched it just because I was so disappointed the first time around, but I had to scout again," Bauman said.

He added that he thought his team's physicality was the difference in this game compared to its 67-53 loss on Feb. 5.

"They out-intensified us, especially on the defensive end. And I said the only chance we have, because obviously they're a good team, is to match or play harder than them, especially on defense, and they did tonight," Bauman said.

For Coleman, Evan Hockers scored 15, Noah Nosgovitz had 14, and Trent Mongin had eight.

"I thought Trent Mongin gave us great minutes tonight from start to finish. The first half, he picked up two fouls, but he hustled, he gave us some life and some energy, and in the second half, the basketball gods always smile on people who play hard, and Trent Mongin made some baskets and helped us out," Coleman coach Jeff Bronson said, adding that his team was "out-executed from the start."

Despite that, they had a chance to make a run and get back in the game.

"People aren't going to understand that at one point, this was a 10-point game, we had momentum, we gave up nine straight points in less than 30 seconds," Bronson said. "We were definitely our own worst enemy tonight - things we've got to fix."

Coleman will look to correct those issues in a non-conference matchup against Lourdes Academy on Thursday. After that, they're off until Friday, March 4. The Cougars earned the No. 2 seed in their Division 5 regional, and they await either No. 7 Shiocton or No. 10 Algoma.

Crivitz will look to lock up its share of the conference title Thursday before a playoff matchup with No. 11 Crandon on Tuesday.



Bulldogs Blast

Blazers in 61-50 Win


Peshtigo held serve in the hotly contested Packerland Conference title race with a 61-50 win over NEW Lutheran on Friday.

The Bulldogs physically dominated the Blazers, especially in the first half. By the end of the period, Peshtigo held a 35-21 lead.

"I thought we got off to a really good start, especially being senior night. A lot of people, the adrenaline was pumping, but we did an excellent job on defense," Peshtigo coach Jason Boucher said. "And offensively, we finally went inside-out, penetrated and kicked out to open shooters, and we hit some shots in the first half. We played basketball the right way offensively."

NEW Lutheran ratcheted up its defensive pressure in the second half, and it took Peshtigo a bit to adjust. NEW Lutheran would pull the lead down to eight or nine, but then Peshtigo would hold firm.

"Tonight we went on a stretch, five minutes maybe, where we only got a couple shots off and we were turning it over. We just had to settle down," Boucher said. "When teams pick up the pressure, we just have to realize that we don't have to play faster. We play the same speed and run our stuff and get quality shots, and we should be OK."

It was Peshtigo's defense that kept them ahead. Kaine Fort and Collin Engman, Peshtigo's two 6-foot-8 forwards, kept up their usual defensive standard, while Christian Boyle manned up forward Tristan Lynch.

"That's what we wanted our staple to be this year is defense. We've got the two big guys with Collin and Kaine, and CC [Christian Boyle] at 6-4. We play solid defense without fouling, we create tough shots for the opposing teams, and we rebound the ball pretty well," Boucher said. "Tonight, I thought CC Boyle did an excellent job on Lynch. Offensively, CC probably didn't score many points, but I thought he did a really good job, and I can't say enough about Collin Engman. He's always in the right spots on defense. He challenges shots for us and another great job by him on defense."

Boyle and Egman combined for just five points, but Engman finished with 12 rebounds. Boyle had two steals and six rebounds.

Mauz Salem led Peshtigo with 18 points. He made four of 10 field goals but knocked down eight of nine free throws. He had nine turnovers, but Peshtigo will live with that every once in a while as long as he continues to produce on offense.

"Mauz came in and did another excellent job for us. He's one of those guys where he knows his job. He puts pressure on the defense, he's strong enough to finish inside when he gets in there, and most of the time, he's an excellent passer," Boucher said. "Sometimes we've got to live with him going a little helter-skelter and turning the ball over, but he's our guy coming off the bench. We look for him to score and facilitate and get our offense under control."

Landon Lemke had 16 points on 7-13 shooting and Fort scored nine on a 4-5 night to go with seven rebounds.



Gillett Takes Loss

to Oneida Nation


Gillett fell short against Oneida Nation on Thursday, 62-55, but they'll get another shot to avenge that loss soon.

Chaske Jacobs finished with 24 points to pace the Thunderhawks. He went 7-14 from the field and 8-9 from the free throw line, with five rebounds and four assists to boot.

Gillett got all 55 of its points from five scorers: Ben Matczak (16), Jesse DeBauch (14), Austin VandeCorput (10), Aydin Franti (8), and Jack Baer (7).

The two teams will meet again on Tuesday. No. 8 Oneida Nation hosts No. 9 Gillett in Division 5 regional action. The winner faces No. 1 Wabeno/Laona on Friday, March 4.

The first time Gillett (8-7 M&O Conference) and Oneida Nation (8-6 M&O Conference) met, Oneida Nation won 52-41.



Panthers Snap 18

Game Cold Spell with

Win Over GB West


The Oconto Falls Panthers broke an 18-game losing streak last week with a 60-55 road win over Green Bay West.

Isaac Raddatz broke out of a short-lived shooting slump to post his season-high of 24 points in the win.

He had gone 5-27 from the field and averaged less than six points per game over his previous three games after scoring in double figures 11 times in the first 17 games of the season. Thursday was his night once again.

He went 6-10 from the field, 10-10 from the free throw line, and 2-3 from 3-point range, also leading the team with eight rebounds.

As a team, the Panthers would go 16-49 from the field (32.7%) and 18-22 from the free throw line (81.8%). They were 10-25 from 3-point range (40%).

Braden Vandermoss made four of his eight 3-pointers and scored 12 points and Jake Sager added six.

Sam Hemery led GB West with 15 points. Brandon WIlson scored 13.

Oconto Falls ends the regular season Thursday with a road matchup against Fox Valley Lutheran.

GB West is 0-13 in the Bay Conference slate.



Wildcats Run Over

Rangers 75-37


Lena's offense blew past Wausaukee on Thursday, 75-37.

Max Beyer led all scorers with 28 points, including 18 in the first half.

Lena led 40-20 at halftime. The Wildcats jumped out to a 21-7 lead and extended it to 40-16 before four Ranger points to end the half.

The Wildcats scored 35 points in the second half. Beyer had 10 of them on five two-point field goals. Of the other 25 points, 13 came on free throws, as the Rangers sent the Wildcats to the line for 22 free throw attempts in the second half alone.

Logan Shallow scored 13, with nine in the first half, while Bladyn Anderson and Jake Belongia each had eight.

The Rangers were led by 11 by Preston Brunette and nine from Layne Rowley.

The Wildcats had a +17 turnover advantage in the game, as they forced 28 Wausaukee turnovers and committed 11.



Patriots Post

Win Over Cavaliers


Goodman-Pembine beat Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy 68-40 on Thursday. The Patriots will hope it was an accurate preview of what's to come in regionals next week.

The Patriots got 22 points from Landon Kalkofen, who led all scorers, while Ryan Ehlert scored 12 and both Kevin Strietzel and Ethan Roff had nine. Boon Larison chipped in five.

The Patriots and Cavaliers will see each other again very soon, as they face off Tuesday in the first round of regional competition.

Goodman-Pembine is the No. 4 seed, while STAA is No. 13. The winner faces either No. 5 Gibraltar or No. 12 Suring on Friday, March 4.



Martin's 36

Keys Niagara

Win Over Suring


Tommy Martin's 36-point outburst led Niagara past Suring on Thursday, 65-49.

Logan Weber and Ed Swanson scored nine each and Nicholas Krueger scored seven in the win.

Niagara led 27-24 at halftime and outscored Suring 38-25 in the second half.

"We played well tonight," Niagara coach Terry Youren said. "Defense made a difference and good shot selection made the game easier than the first one."

The first time Niagara and Suring met, Niagara won 56-52.

Ethan Lally scored 15 points for Suring. Maxwell Yancy and Ashtyn Edwards got 11 and 10, respectively.

Niagara plays Lena in M&O action on Thursday before a playoff date with Elcho (9-12 overall, 1-9 Northern Lakes) on Tuesday. The Badgers are a No. 11 seed.

No. 6 Elcho has a couple of strong scorers. Chase Novak has averaged 17 points per game on the season, while Seth Schuett and John Slowik have averaged 13 and 9.6 on the year, respectively.

Novak has averaged 3.5 assists and more than 11 rebounds as well.

Elcho beat Niagara 81-50 on Feb. 15, with Novak scoring 22 and posting 19 rebounds.

With a win, Niagara would face either No. 3 Three Lakes or No. 14 Wausaukee in the second round.

No. 12 Suring faces No. 5

Gibraltar in the same bracket. Gibraltar has gone 7-8 in Packerland play.



Marinette Falls

to High Powered FVL


Fox Valley Lutheran poured in 77 points, including 43 second-half points, to beat Marinette on Thursday.

FVL's Issac Knoll scored 20 points on 5-9 field goals and 7-8 free throws, while four more players scored nine or more.

Marinette's Jake Sommerfeldt scored 17 points to lead the Marines, making six of 12 field goals, including three of seven 3-pointers. He also led the team with five assists.

Dominic Smerchek had 12 points, making five of six field goals. Keegan Polomis scored eight on 3-9 shooting with three rebounds and four assists. Carson Erdman was 3-4 for seven points and six rebounds. Cale Ducane and Charlie Bailey scored six each.

The win pushed the Foxes to 16-1 in North Eastern Conference play. Marinette wraps up the regular season with another tough game at Freedom on Thursday night. The Irish have won 14 of 17 NEC games on the year, led by Landon VanCalster, who scores nearly 19 points per night.



Bobcats Bounce

Badgers 59-53


Florence defeated Niagara 59-53 on Monday, with five Bobcats finishing with double-figure points.

Evan Johnson (12), Logan Schuls (11), Dominic DeMuri (11), William Kelley (10), and Patrick Milan (10) had 54 of the team's 59 points.

The five didn't just score, as they each stuffed the stat sheet in more than one category.

Johnson and Kelley had five assists each, while DeMuri's eight rebounds were a team-best. Milan and Johnson had seven rebounds apiece. DeMuri and Schuls each had four steals.

Niagara got 14 points from Logan Weber. Tommy Martin had 11, while Ed Swanson, Aiden Colenso, and Nicholas Krueger each scored eight.

Clintonville Goes

Wild in 2nd Half to

Beat Oconto Falls

Oconto Falls couldn't match Clintonville's offensive firepower in the second half of a 61-35 loss on Friday.

At halftime, the Panthers were hanging around, and trailed just 21-18. The Truckers exploded for 40 second-half points, however, while Oconto Falls finished with 17.

Clintonville finished with 52 shots, making 24. Oconto Falls took 20 less shots and went 12-34 from the field, including 4-18 from downtown.

Kody Vorpahl made all four of his field goals and finished with nine points. Braden Vandermoss scored eight on 3-5 shooting and Caden Birr was 2-10 for seven.

Clintonville's Jordan Wegener and Cole Rosenow scored 13 apiece.



Coleman Defeats

Suring to Guarantee

Share of Conf. Title


Coleman defeated Suring 69-47 on Monday to secure at least a share of the M&O Conference title.

The Cougars were nearly faultless this season in M&O play, finishing 15-1, with their only loss coming against Crivitz on Thursday. Crivitz (14-1) plays Wausaukee this coming Thursday. A win and the Cougars will share their conference title with the Wolverines. If the 1-13 Rangers can pull off a mighty upset, the Cougars will have sole custody of the title.

On Monday, Coleman was challenged in the first half. The two teams went into halftime squared up at 28, but Coleman's offense found success in the second half, scoring 41 points to the Eagles' 19.

Noah Nosgovitz scored 14 of his 18 points in the second half to rally the Cougar offense. Tieg Sadowski also scored eight of his 10 in the second half.

Logan Kurth scored seven of his nine in the first half. Eli Zablocki and Alex Rennie each scored eight for the game as well.

Nosgovitz was 7-13 from the field. He was the only Cougar to attempt more than seven shots in the game, as the other 41 shots the team took were divided amongst nine players.

Ethan Lally's 26 buoyed the Eagles offense. Ashtyn Edwards scored 10 as well.





GB East Hands Oconto

Falls Tough Loss


Oconto Falls fell 82-67 to Green Bay East on Monday.

Carter Hill's 21 points paced the Panthers, as he made eight of 13 field goals. Caden Birr was 5-11 for 14 points. Both Hill and Birr knocked down three 3-pointers.

Thomas Carmody made three of his four field goal attempts and finished with nine points.

Jake Sager scored five and led the team with five assists and two steals. Kody Vorpahl had a team-high six rebounds.

Falls' final chance for a North Eastern Conference win comes Thursday at conference leaders Fox Valley Lutheran, who are 16-1 on the season.



Lena Defeats

STAA 55-27


Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy couldn't keep up with Lena on Monday, falling 55-27.

Facing off with players that are their teammates come baseball season and football seasons, the Wildcats were able to hold STAA's offense down. The Cavaliers scored just 16 points from the field and went 4-14 at the free throw line.

After nine minutes, neither team had found its offensive groove, with Lena leading 10-5. From that point to the end of the first half, Lena would outscore STAA 20-7, with Max Beyer's offense leading the way.

He also scored the first eight points of the second half for the Wildcats to put his team up 25, 38-13. The lead hit 30 shortly after, and STAA never found a way back into the game.

Beyer scored 30 points, making 12-18 field goals, including five of his seven 3-pointers. He also led his team with 15 rebounds.

Logan Graef had nine points and 10 rebounds.

"Our kids, they're starting to show some promise," Lena coach Fritz Weidner said. "Our freshmen are playing really well, and I've been really pleased with Logan Graef. He's really done a nice job the last three or four games for us. A game like this, it takes a whole team to win the game."

STAA coach Jack Farley wasn't disappointed with his team's defensive performance, but instead looked to missed shots from the lane and the free throw line for the reason for his team's defeat.

"Fifty-five points to that team, you could do worse. They've got some really good ballplayers, offensive players especially," Farley said. "Our defense wasn't the issue so much tonight, it's just that we couldn't make the easy bunnies and we couldn't make our free throws. That was most of the issue."

Teagan Anderson led the Cavaliers with nine, while Dakota Yother scored six.

Lena's final M&O Conference game is Thursday against Niagara before regionals on Tuesday against Bowler.

Weidner will be hoping his team can clean up its game a little bit as well going into that regional matchup.

"We were sloppy. We were very sloppy," he said. "I told the kids before the game that I wanted us to come out and have a clean game, and start getting ready for the playoff push because we've got regionals a week from tomorrow, and we didn't. We were sloppy. It was a good win, no doubt about it, but I'm not really pleased with how we played. It was just sloppy, we didn't play clean, but we'll get it fixed and be ready to go."



Wildcats Fall

Short Against

St. Lawrence Seminary


Max Beyer had an electric night from the 3-point line, but it wasn't enough for Lena to overcome Saint Lawrence Seminary on Saturday, as the Wildcats fell short, 69-64.

Lena led 35-29 at halftime, but couldn't hold on as Saint Lawrence scored 40 second half points to bring a win back to Mt. Calvary.

Beyer was 11-17 from the field, including 9-12 from 3-point range. He made all five of his free throws as well.

Logan Shallow scored 10 and Bladyn Anderson finished with six.

Saint Lawernece got 21 points from Caulodrino Williams and 17 from Chimnedum Osuala. Micah Wood added 14.

Lena's final regular season game is Thursday against Niagara, a team the Wildcats beat 62-31 on Tuesday.

The No. 7 seed Wildcats then host Bowler in round one of the playoffs on Tuesday. The winner faces either No. 2 Florence or No. 15 White Lake on Friday, March 4.



Wolverines Take Close

48-40 Win Over Gillett


Crivitz defeated Gillett 48-40 on Monday as the teams prepare for regional action and the Wolverines stepped closer to a share of the M&O Conference title.

Crivitz got 24 points from Sean Christiansen and Tegan Werner added nine to lead the Wolverine offense, which led 20-15 at halftime.

Jesse DeBauch (14) and Austin VandeCorput (12) led Gillett, while Aydin Franti and Devin Waranaka scored seven each.

Crivitz (14-1 M&O Conference) can clinch a share of the M&O Conference with a win over Wausaukee (1-13 M&O Conference) on Thursday.

Coleman ended the season 15-1 in conference play, which Crivitz will match with a win over Wausaukee, a team the Wolverines beat 79-24 less than three weeks ago.

Crivitz earned a No. 6 seed in the Division 4 playoffs, facing No. 11 Crandon on Tuesday.

When the two teams met on Nov. 26, Crivitz won 75-40. Crandon is 6-16 overall and 1-8 in the Northern Lakes Conference with one game to play.

The winner of that one will face No. 3 Saint Mary Catholic on Friday, March 4.




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08-08-2022Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Board Okays Plan To Add K-9 Police Officer

08-08-2022Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Am. Legion Post to Celebrate US Coast Guard

08-08-2022Community - Crivitz
American Legion Annual Open House Aug. 17th

08-08-2022Perspectives
"Gathering Wild Roses" by Roger Lanich

08-08-2022Perspectives
Judy Reid's Letter to the Editor

08-08-2022Perspectives
Pete Pfankuch's Letter to the Editor

08-08-2022Perspectives
Derrick J. McGee's Letter to the Editor

08-08-2022Perspectives
David Johnson's Letter to the Editor

08-08-2022Perspectives
Engaged in Battles - From My Window 8/3/22

08-08-2022Perspectives
Country Cousin 8/3/22

08-08-2022Obituaries
Douglas R. Aagaard

08-08-2022Obituaries
Bernadine F. Brown

08-08-2022Obituaries
Steven J. Delfosse

08-08-2022Obituaries
Albert W. Ewaldt

08-08-2022Obituaries
Virginia Ferdon-Shallow

08-08-2022Obituaries
George Hoffman

08-08-2022Obituaries
Louise Kawa

08-08-2022Obituaries
Mary J. Kleinke

08-08-2022Obituaries
Jean La May

08-08-2022Obituaries
Darrell R. Laylin

08-08-2022Obituaries
Scott P. Piantek

08-08-2022Obituaries
Ronald J. Renk

08-08-2022Obituaries
Karrie A. Sadowski

08-08-2022Obituaries
Gary L. Seidl

08-08-2022Obituaries
Eunice M. Schultz

08-08-2022Obituaries
Ronald M. Shearer, Sr.

08-08-2022Obituaries
Sandra L. Mayou

08-08-2022Obituaries
Martin G. Wellner

08-08-2022Community - Coleman
Pantry Continues Food Distribution Procedures

08-08-2022Community - Coleman
Location Changed for Coleman FFA Alumni Annual Auction Aug. 6

08-08-2022Front Page
Wes Olson Now Sexton For Riverside Cemetery

08-08-2022Front Page
City Streets & Drainage Committee Okays Permits

08-08-2022Front Page
Aug. 9 Primary Contests For Federal, State, County Offices

08-08-2022Front Page
Chase Kuffel Hired As Peshtigo City Engineer

07-28-2022Front Page
Trygve Rhude Sworn In As Marinette County Supervisor

07-27-2022Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Students Win Poppy Poster Contest

07-27-2022Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Back to School Program Now Registering

07-27-2022Community - Wausaukee
Niagara Town Board May Stop Renting Town Hall

07-27-2022Perspectives
Wanna Go Hunting? DNR to Host Intro To Hunting Webinar Beginning July 28th

07-27-2022Perspectives
Gary B. Schahczenski's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Michael Sievert's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Gerry Schoenfeldt's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Cathi Malke's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Les Gertz's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Jessica Olson's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Ellen Hanneman's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Amy Grandaw's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Linda Gould's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Bob Blackbourn's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Bonnie C. Beamer's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Jeff Jandrey's Letter to the Editor

07-27-2022Perspectives
Family Matters - From My Window 7/27/22

07-27-2022Perspectives
Country Cousin 7/27/22

07-27-2022Obituaries
Arnold R. Belair

07-27-2022Obituaries
Donald A. Bertrand

07-27-2022Obituaries
James K. Beyer

07-27-2022Obituaries
Carol J. Borths

07-27-2022Obituaries
Michael J. Enstrom

07-27-2022Obituaries
Ruth E. Karkkainen

07-27-2022Obituaries
Judith A. Kirt

07-27-2022Obituaries
Margie A. Jones

07-27-2022Obituaries
Jacob J. Kaster

07-27-2022Obituaries
Michael J. Mann, Jr.

07-27-2022Obituaries
Marie Marquardt

07-27-2022Obituaries
Jeffery L. Meyer

07-27-2022Obituaries
Marcia A. Peters


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