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DEDICATE SIGN—The new outdoor sign for the Wausaukee School District was formally dedicated Monday, July 20. Officials from the American Legion, along with Wausaukee School District Administration and community leaders were in attendance. The sign has been a work in progress for several years and with a generous donation from the Wausaukee American Legion, the project became a reality, according to Mike Gavigan, Commander of Wausaukee Legion Post 160. Pictured from left bottom row are Dr. Ann Kox, Superintendent Wausaukee School Disrict, Brenda Gruszynski of Stephenson National Bank, Lisa Wainwright Loan Specialist Stephenson National Bank, Ann Phillips of NWTC, Cora Gavigan, President Wausaukee American Legion Aux., Marie Primakow Treasurer Wausaukee American Legion Auxiliary; top row- Jared Deschane K12 Principal Wausaukee School District, Honorable Circuit Court Judge James Morrison, Dale Oatmen, State Commander Wisconsin American Legion, Mike Gavigan Commander Post #150, Vern Schroeder, Vice-Commander Post #150, Jeff Townsend, President Decor Products, and Glen Putz Post #150 Wausaukee. 

Wausaukee School District Receives New Outdoor Sign

Thanks to the efforts of the Wausaukee American Legion Post 150 and numerous community contributors, a new outdoor sign was purchased for the Wausaukee School District.

A ceremony took place on Monday, July 20 at 9 a.m. to formally dedicate the sign. Mike Gavigan, Commander of the Wausaukee Post 150 acted as master of ceremonies for the dedication. He introduced guest speaker, Marinette County Circuit Court Judge James Morrison, and State Legion Commander Dale Oatmen.

Dr. Ann Kox, superintendent of Wausaukee School District and ...
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Dedicate Korean War Memorial At Peshtigo Cemetery July 27

The Peshtigo American Legion Post 312 and the Peshtigo VFW Post 8813 will dedicate a Korean War Memorial statue at the Peshtigo Riverside Cemetery on Monday, July 27, at 11 a.m. It is on the Veterans Walkway located by existing statues. All citizens and veterans are invited to attend the unveiling ceremony. The Marinette 20 Year Club will have a rifle and bugle salute and veterans are encouraged to wear military hats and uniforms.

The statue is a thank you to all those who donated time and money honoring the sacrifices made by the veter...
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Marinette School Board to Negotiate Land with City

 The Marinette Board of Education voted unanimously to enter into negotiations with the City of Marinette about some vacant land owned by the Board just south of Marinette High School.  The action came at the Board’s meeting on Tuesday, July 21.  Superintendent Timothy Baneck described the move as a preliminary first step to the city’s request to consider the site for a Community Recreation Center.  At this point, no determination has been made about how much land would be conveyed to the city for the new facility and how the school district mi...
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Peshtigo Board Okays Referendum for New School

The Peshtigo School Board passed a motion to move forward with a referendum to build a new middle/high school at a special meeting Tuesday night, July 21. If all goes as planned, voters will be asked to approve the needed financing at a referendum on Nov. 4.

In addition to that resolution, the board declared its intent to deconstruct the current middle/high school if a referendum is eventually passed and a new school is built, but also left itself with leeway to consider any offers for the building before it is vacated.

Senior l...
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Hundreds Watch Launch Of LCS Little Rock At Marinette

Saturday, July 18, Christening Day for the LCS 9 Little Rock at the Marinette Marine shipyard in Marinette dawned chill and rainy, but before the crowd started gathering for the ceremonies it had turned into a perfect Wisconsin day. Hundreds watched from the shipyard, the Interstate Bridge and locations across the river in Menominee as sponsor Janee Bonner cracked a bottle of champagne smartly over the bow just before the ship began its flawless sideways launch into the Menominee River.

“May God always watch over the crew of the USS Lit...
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