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Oconto County Sheriff's Department Squad Car Damaged.

Oconto County Hard Hit By High Waters

Issue Date: May 18, 2022

No Injuries Due to Flooding

Flash floods from spring runoff and heavy rains throughout the night of Thursday, May 12 caused some major damage to roads in parts of Oconto County, particularly the mid-central area including the towns of Lena, Brazeau, Spruce, Oconto, Maple Valley and more. Roads were closed, many of them washed out, and at least three school districts cancelled classes on Friday due to hazardous driving conditions.

By Monday, May 16 most of the roads had been re-opened. The County Emergency Managemen...
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In Recognition of Fallen Police Officer Joseph T. Gaber (July 9, 1900 ?? May 10, 1929)

Working to Recognize Fallen Marinette Co. Sheriff's Deputy

Issue Date: May 18, 2022

Niagara Police Officer Mike Chapman recently discovered details regarding a local law enforcement officer who died in the line of duty. A young man named Joseph T. Gaber worked for the Marinette County Sheriff's Department, and resided in the Village (now City) of Niagara. Joseph was not a typical officer; he was a motorcycle officer who proudly served his community. He was on his third year with the Sheriff's Department when tragedy struck. Officer Chapman noted another tragedy was finding that Officer Gaber was never recognized on the...
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Peshtigo Schools Recognize Sanders, Heritsch Retirements

Issue Date: May 18, 2022

The Peshtigo School Board meeting on Wednesday, May 11 began with congratulations and recognizing of District Retirees, Marty Sanders as Middle/ High School Reading Teacher and English 8 and Lynn Heritsch as High School English Teacher.

Superintendent Patrick Rau congratulated the two retirees, presenting them with years of service certificates, followed by words from Middle High School Principal, Chad Sodini, saying, "I could talk about these ladies all day long, they are absolutely fantastic educators. Martie has been in our district ...
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State Will Support Shipyard Building New of Navy Frigates

Issue Date: May 18, 2022

Gov. Tony Evers joined by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) at an event celebrating the opening of Fincantieri Marinette Marine's newest facility, announced the Evers Administration will be supporting the shipyard's expansion with up to $12 million in state tax credits through the WEDC.

"Wisconsin continues to be a global leader in manufacturing, and that's in no small part thanks to the work and continuous efforts of Fincantieri Marinette Marine to develop some of the most innovative and advanced shi...
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Firefighters Rescue Three Jet Ski Passengers From Peshtigo River

Issue Date: May 18, 2022

Swift and effective action by City and Town of Peshtigo Fire Department personnel and quick reactions of a jet ski operator prevented a near tragedy in the raging waters of the Peshtigo River just above the dam on Saturday, May ---. The male driver of the jet ski and two female passengers were returned safely to shore by volunteer rescue workers. The jet ski went over the dam and was later found downstream.

The three were sharing a ride on the flowage above the dam at about --- p.m. when strong currents caught the jet ski and sent it ou...
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Issue Date Department Headline
05-18-2022Front Page
Oconto County Hard Hit By High Waters

05-18-2022Front Page
Working to Recognize Fallen Marinette Co. Sheriff's Deputy

05-18-2022Front Page
Peshtigo Schools Recognize Sanders, Heritsch Retirements

05-18-2022Front Page
State Will Support Shipyard Building New of Navy Frigates

05-18-2022Front Page
Firefighters Rescue Three Jet Ski Passengers From Peshtigo River

05-18-2022Front Page
Peshtigo Town Hears Speeding Complaints

05-11-2022Front Page
Ten Fire Departments Respond to Sal B Blaze

05-11-2022Front Page
Future LCS Beloit Christened, Launched At Marinette Marine

05-11-2022Front Page
Peshtigo To Hire Summer Parks/Rec Help May 23

05-11-2022Front Page
Peshtigo Plan Commission Denies Home Gun Business

05-11-2022Front Page
Fair Board Interested In Owning Old Library

05-05-2022Front Page
Four People Displaced By Pound House Fire

05-05-2022Front Page
To Launch Future USS Beloit At Marinette Marine On May 7

05-05-2022Front Page
Peshtigo Auditor Advises 3% City Water Rate Hike

05-05-2022Front Page
Future of Crivitz Community Education Appears Unsettled

05-05-2022Front Page
Crivitz School Ranked High In State News/World Report

05-05-2022Front Page
Peshtigo Skate Park In Need Of More Repairs

04-27-2022Front Page
Support Lions Food Booth

04-27-2022Front Page
Lena School Board Returns Lori Dufek As President

04-27-2022Front Page
Town of Stephenson Electors Advise Doing No Major Road Work In 2022

04-27-2022Front Page
Porterfield Board May Re-Start Carviou Lane Discontinuance

04-27-2022Front Page
Kowalski Named Council President In Marinette

04-27-2022Front Page
Crivitz School Approves Summer Swim Lessons

04-20-2022Front Page
Over 342 Children Enjoy Peshtigo Easter Egg Hunt

04-20-2022Front Page
John Guarisco Re-Elected As Marinette County Board Chair

04-20-2022Front Page
Receive Six Year Sentence For Drug Overdose Death

04-20-2022Front Page
Woman Sentenced to 4 Years For Physical Abuse of a Child

04-20-2022Front Page
Peshtigo School Board Ok's Bids, Several Resignations

04-13-2022Front Page
Huge Celebration

04-13-2022Front Page
Spring Brings Easter Egg Hunt, Work On Peshtigo Park Projects

04-13-2022Front Page
BPM Seeks Answers On Removal Of Sewer Line

04-13-2022Front Page
Kathy Brandt Reports No Issues With Voting Machines

04-13-2022Front Page
Marinette Recount Shows Initial Vote Tally Was Correct

04-13-2022Front Page
Policies, Pay On April 18 Coleman School Agenda

04-07-2022Front Page
Grover Porterfield Fire Department Accepts Donation From Women's Group

04-07-2022Front Page
County To Create New Drug Diversion Position

04-07-2022Front Page
Malke Returned as Peshtigo Mayor; Kowalski Wins Post on Town Board

04-07-2022Front Page
Carrie Brazeau Seeks Clerk of Circuit Court

04-07-2022Front Page
Peshtigo School Board To Meet Wednesday, April 13

04-03-2022Front Page
Fire Displaces Five People In City of Peshtigo Duplex

04-03-2022Front Page
County Board Bids Farewell To Supervisors Sauve, Behnke, Grebin and Chaikowski

04-03-2022Front Page
Greenleaf Woman Killed In Roll-Over West Of Crivitz

04-03-2022Front Page
Incumbents Face Re-Election Challenges on Tuesday, April 5

04-03-2022Front Page
City To Advertise For Two DPW Positions

04-03-2022Front Page
Judge Sets Signature Bond For Casper Search Case

04-03-2022Front Page
City Water Sewer Committee Grants Cleaning Bid To KLM

03-28-2022Front Page
Sara Buzard Welcomed Home After Deployment

03-28-2022Front Page
Ball Field Four Restroom Project Again On Hold

03-28-2022Front Page
County Board To Recognize 4 Supervisors On March 29

03-28-2022Front Page
Peshtigo Town Meeting Cancelled Not Posted

03-28-2022Front Page
Marinette REC Center Use Up Over Last Year

03-28-2022Front Page
MarOco Awards Peters Concrete Co. $906,765 Contract For New Landfill Cell

03-17-2022Front Page
Trailer Destroyed

03-17-2022Front Page
Town of Peshtigo Recieves $325,500 Community Grant

03-17-2022Front Page
Students and Adults Enjoy Peshtigo Chamber Expo

03-17-2022Front Page
Attorney General Kaul Files Lawsuit Against Tyco

03-17-2022Front Page
Badgerland Pallet Recycling Acquires Joy Wood Products

03-11-2022Front Page
New Owner to Reopen Former Enstrom Helicopter Facility

03-11-2022Front Page
Anne Bartels Named Outstanding Youth Educator By State WLWCA

03-11-2022Front Page
Town Of Peshtigo Residents Discuss PFAS Water Options

03-11-2022Front Page
Jail Staff Shortage Just Gets Worse

03-11-2022Front Page
Peshtigo School Board To Allow Band Trip To Nashville

03-11-2022Front Page
Suring School Superintendent On Paid Administrative Leave

03-03-2022Front Page
Project Linus Makes 51 Blankets for Kids

03-03-2022Front Page
Mayor Malke Asks UDAG Extend Facade Grant Area

03-03-2022Front Page
Marinette Parks Committee Hears Directors Reports

03-03-2022Front Page
City Of Marinette To Purchase The Old Fleet Farm Property

03-03-2022Front Page
City Selects New Route For River Crossing Line

02-23-2022Front Page
Police Pumping For Purpose Raises Over $12,000 For Cancer Victims

02-23-2022Front Page
Snow Plowing Complaints Aired At Peshtigo Town

02-23-2022Front Page
Marinette County Seeks $23,740,000 In Federal Road Improvement Grants

02-23-2022Front Page
Rich Sparks Named Outstanding Operator

02-23-2022Front Page
DA Asks Sheriff To Resume Suring School Search Probe

02-23-2022Front Page
Marinette Withdraws As Water Source For Town

02-16-2022Front Page
Nine Departments, Fifty Firefighters Battle Fire at Jake's Sales & Service

02-16-2022Front Page
Peshtigo City Council Gives Ok To Police Pumping For Purpose

02-16-2022Front Page
Oconto County DA Burke Rules No Charges In Suring Student Searches

02-16-2022Front Page
Coleman School Board May Set New Rules For Public Comment

02-16-2022Front Page
Principal Kate Willett Provides AGR Information

02-09-2022Front Page
Yooper Winterfest Fun Held Saturday Feb. 5

02-09-2022Front Page
Town Water Committee Holds Listening Session

02-09-2022Front Page
Staff Shortages Plague County Jail, 911 Dispatch

02-09-2022Front Page
Crivitz Village Board Will Meet to Interview Police Candidates

02-09-2022Front Page
Drivers Warned Against Speed, Noise On Peshtigo River Bridge

02-03-2022Front Page
Peshtigo Police Officer Gets Life Saving Award

02-03-2022Front Page
City Personnel Committee Okays Summer Help Options

02-03-2022Front Page
Town of Peshtigo Water Listening Session Feb. 3

02-03-2022Front Page
Pound Formally Adopts Water/Sewer Ordinance

02-03-2022Front Page
Marinette Mayor Reports On Peshtigo Town Water Summit

01-26-2022Front Page
Major Broullire Receives Distinguished Flying Cross

01-26-2022Front Page
Ten Fire Departments Respond To Middle Inlet House Blaze

01-26-2022Front Page
County Board Backs Constitution Resolution

01-26-2022Front Page
Peshtigo Chamber Career Expo Mar. 9

01-26-2022Front Page
Enstrom Helicopter Closes January 21

01-20-2022Front Page
Peshtigo Wrestling Club Raises $3,500 For Former Classmate

01-20-2022Front Page
Committee Has Split Vote On Constitution Support

01-20-2022Front Page
Marinette Council Gives Nod To Design Main Street Plaza

01-20-2022Front Page
Middle Inlet Clerk Loves New Voting Machines

01-20-2022Front Page
Wagner Clerk To Issue Dog Licenses Jan. 22

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
Early Morning Fire Sunday Destroys Marinette Home

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
Fire Destroys Nowak Family Barn and Contents Sunday

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


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