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PARK CLEANUP" Over 50 people volunteered their time to help cleanup Riverfront Park in Peshtigo. The cleanup was a project of Good Shepherd Church in Peshtigo. Church members along with Boy Scouts from Troop 1902 and city workers pulled weeds, swept sidewalks and added mulch to the parks flower beds and landscaped areas. Pictured are members of Good Shepherd Church, Mike Washburn, Emma Murphy, Patty Larsen, Nancy Crevier, Matt Piechota, Hannah Piechota and Rhonda McClain as they weed one of the flowerbeds. City workers were scheduled to complete the project this week, weather permitting. More photos can be found on page B-5 in todays issue.

Good Shepherd Church and Volunteers Help Cleanup Peshtigo Riverfront Park

Issue Date: September 12, 2019

Thanks to members of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Peshtigo and volunteers, a City of Peshtigo Park received a facelift on Sunday morning, Sept. 8. Over 50 volunteers took time off Sunday to weed, add mulch and do general cleanup of Riverfront Park, near the bridge in Peshtigo.

It was all part of the ELCA Lutheran Church's National "God's Work, Our Hand" program. Now in it's seventh year the program looks for individual community projects that need to get done. Church members believe God calls on them to serve othe...
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Pound Board Refers Sikich Audit Results To Authorities

Issue Date: September 12, 2019

At a special session on Friday, Sept. 6, Pound Village Board met in closed executive session to receive results of the forensics audit of village financial records that they had agreed to have done by Sikich Auditing of Milwaukee after a special closed session meeting on Jan. 17 of this year. Contents of the 9-page audit report have not been made public at this time.

Meanwhile, the board is still waiting for results of a regular audit of Village finances from 2016 forward for which they had hired the local accounting firm, Johnson and ...
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County Board To Hear Economic Study Results At Sept. 17 Meeting

Issue Date: September 12, 2019

Some months ago Bay Lakes Regional Planing Commission was hired by Marinette County Board to do an overall study of the county's Economic Development Organizational Structure, including provisions for promotion of tourism and improving overall economic growth. Supervisors will hear results of that study, with recommendations, at their regular monthly meeting starting at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17.

Presentation of study results and recommendations is to be made by Kristen Fish-Peterson, CEO of Redevelopment Resources and Cindy Wojtczak...
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Marinette Parks Continue To Have Dog, Goose Issues

Issue Date: September 12, 2019

Once again "dogs in parks" was the main discussion at the City of Marinette Parks and Recreation Committee meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 10.

Alderpersons Wally Hitt and Dave Anderson met with a group of citizens that addressed a number of concerns. The group discussed putting up various signs in the Parks. Some suggestions of signs include, No dogs allowed on beach, No dogs allowed in playground area and All dogs must be on leash. Another suggestion was to increase the dog fee by $5 to help cover the cost of the signs and improvements.
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Sheriff Sauve: Deputies Will Work At The Milwaukee DNC Convention

Issue Date: September 12, 2019

Marinette County Sheriff's Department has been extremely busy lately with some high profile arrests, high speed chases, and assists to other counties, according to a report made by Sheriff Jerry Sauve to Marinette County Board's Public Services Committee on Tuesday, Sept. 10.

Sauve also told the committee that in response to requests from Milwaukee city and county law enforcement, the FBI and Secret Service, some Marinette County Sheriff's deputies and officers will be in Milwaukee next July, helping provide security for the...
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09-12-2019Front Page
Good Shepherd Church and Volunteers Help Cleanup Peshtigo Riverfront Park

09-12-2019Front Page
Pound Board Refers Sikich Audit Results To Authorities

09-12-2019Front Page
County Board To Hear Economic Study Results At Sept. 17 Meeting

09-12-2019Front Page
Marinette Parks Continue To Have Dog, Goose Issues

09-12-2019Front Page
Sheriff Sauve: Deputies Will Work At The Milwaukee DNC Convention

09-12-2019Front Page
$176,750 Donation to M&M Area Foundation Future Fund

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Menominee Animal Shelter Annual Dinner/Auction

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