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Training Exercise??Firefighters from eight area fire departments held a house burn training exercise Saturday, Oct. 16 in the Town of Grover. Grover-Porterfield Fire Chief Bob Chaltry was incident commander for the training with assistance from instructors from NWTC. The house was located just south of then Dura farm on Highway 41. Firefighters took turns extinguishing fires set by instructors throughout the home. Top Photo; Chief Chaltry explains to firefighters safety issues and assignments prior to the burn. Bottom Photo; Firefighters enter the home to extinguish one of the fires. After all firefighters finished their evolutions the house was lit and let to burn.

Issue Date: October 21, 2021


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STAIDLS ARE CENTURY FARM HONOREES - The Staidl family is pictured front row from left, Samuel Staidl, Jacob Staidl, Mary Staidl, Amanda Staidl holding Vincent Staidl and Alexandra Staidl; Top row are Beth Staidl, Bill Staidl, Wayne Staidl, Ryan Staidl and Zach Staidl.

Wayne and Mary Staidl Honored with Century Farm

Issue Date: October 21, 2021

The Century Farm Awards Program began in 1948 as part of Wisconsin's Centennial Celebration. The program honors families who have had continuous ownership of their Wisconsin farm or home for 100 years or more. For the past 47 years, Hillshire Farm of New London has sponsored the Awards Program. Compeer Financial also sponsored the Awards Program.

On Tuesday, Aug. 10, during the 2021 Wisconsin State Fair, 84 Century Farms families were recognized. The Wayne and Mary Staidl Family Farm of Peshtigo was among them.

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Middle Inlet Board Seeks To Exceed State Levy Limit

Issue Date: October 21, 2021

At their Annual Meeting and Budget Hearing proceedings in November, Town of Middle Inlet electors will be asked to allow the Town Board to set a tax levy that slightly exceeds the increase limits set by state statutes. A resolution approved at the monthly town board meeting on Thursday, Oct. 14 asks for a levy of $499,310 to support the 2022 budget. This is $29,892 above last year's levy. If electors refuse to allow exceeding the levy limit, the levy can be no more than $469,993, which is only $1,877.15 more than last year.

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City Personnel Committee Discusses Pay Increases

Issue Date: October 21, 2021

The City of Peshtigo Personnel Committee meeting was held Thursday, Oct. 14. The main focus was to discuss the vacation carryover policy, 2022 salary and wage schedule, benefits and attorney fees.

Mayor Cathi Malke stated, "Just to let everyone know, Attorney Spangenberg is over 10 hours per per month on what he is doing for the City of Peshtigo versus what he gets paid for. If we want to keep him we will have to increase his pay because he is devoting a lot of hours that he is not getting paid for. If for instance, he would say I am...
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Peshtigo Town Board Discusses Road Issue

Issue Date: October 21, 2021

The Town of Peshtigo Tuesday, Oct. 19 board meeting started with announcements from Supervisor Kayla Furton advising the DNR Listening Sessions are being held on Wednesday Oct. 20 at noon and 6 p.m. Supervisor Kristin Edgar added that residents receiving bottled drinking water has been extended and the DNR will continue to provide bottled drinking water to the affected residents.

A Public Hearing was held pertaining to a Conditional Use Permit for a pond for property located at N3068 County Road RW in Peshtigo on property that is 12.4 ...
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09-08-2021Front Page
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05-12-2021Front Page
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05-12-2021Front Page
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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
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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
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04-21-2021Front Page
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04-21-2021Front Page
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04-21-2021Front Page
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