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Issue Date: March 25, 2020

Dear Editor:

I am a candidate for the Marinette County Circuit Court Judge position which will be decided by Marinette County voters on April 7th. In campaign ads authorized by Jane Sequin, she told voters that retired judge, "Tim Duket was voting for and supporting her for Marinette County Circuit Court Judge." Jane Sequin knows that Tim Duket moved to Madison after he retired. Tim Duket cannot legally vote in our election unless he re-establishes his residence in Marinette County prior to April 7th. We should let Marinette County voters decide who should be their next Circuit Court Judge. I do not believe Brown County Judges and Court Commissioners should decide our next Marinette County Circuit Court Judge.

In a recent letter to the Editor, my opponent implied that I have made a false statement when I stated, "Mike Perry did not recently move to Marinette County to run for Marinette Circuit Court Judge, he has lived and worked in Marinette County for the past 50 years." This statement is absolutely true. My opponent told voters that she is the "most qualified because she has been on the bench" for the past 22 years, presiding over hearings and trials in thousands of criminal, civil and family law cases. Jane Sequin is not a judge, she is a Family Court Commissioner. Pursuant to Wis. Stat. 757.69(8), every decision that is made by a Family Court Commissioner is reviewable before the Circuit Court Judge as a matter of right. A Family Court Commissioner cannot sentence convicted felons to county jail or prison. If I am elected, I will rely upon Jane Sequin to assist the Court in making decisions in preliminary matters and/or stipulated cases to eliminate congestion on the court calendar which will enable me to preside over criminal and civil jury trials and other contested matters that come before the Court.

It is unclear when or if Jane Sequin has moved to Marinette County, however she is not required to reside in Marinette County as of this time. The Wisconsin Candidate Eligibility rules require a Circuit Court Judge candidate to be residing here on the day of the election, which is April 7th.

I am asking for your vote based on my 32 years of legal experience representing thousands of clients with simple to complex legal issues in my law practice and in the courtroom. I believe my life experiences working and living in Marinette County for the past 50 years makes me more qualified than my opponent in this judicial election. If elected, this judicial position will not change who I am but rather, I will use my experience to work within our judicial system to make our courthouse work better and efficiently for all of us. The endorsement I seek, is your vote on April 7th.

Mike Perry,

Candidate for Marinette County Circuit Court Judge



Editor:

Mayor Cathi Malke is hard working and has dedicated many hours supporting the City of Peshtigo. Mayor Malke has successfully collaborated to start new business and continue the growth of our City.

Mayor Malke has spent much time writing grants to improve the City of Peshtigo. Grants written by the Mayor have improved our downtown and supported programs like the Veterans Memorial Banners. Grants have also funded Badger Park improvements, fishing poles, life jackets, and our Peshtigo Food Pantry.

During the Mayor's time in office, we have been able to continue the many great services offered by the City of Peshtigo. I have seen the Mayor successfully working with others during difficult times like changing financial support of state funding, retirements and new hires of City of Peshtigo employees, and Union contract negotiations.

I have enjoyed working with Mayor Malke both as a fellow Alderperson and during her time as Mayor. Please support Mayor Cathi Malke with your vote April 7th.

Alderperson Brigitte Schmidt



Editor:

Re-Elect Cathi Malke as Mayor.

I'd like to take this opportunity to express my sincere appreciation for the years of commitment that Cathi Malke has given to the Peshtigo community. Even at a young age Cathi could be seen working with youth groups volunteering her time for the betterment of our young adults. This is how I had first met Cathi. Cathi and Steve Motkowski were chaperones over seeing 7 teenage boys and girls (ages 14-16) for a weekend camp out at Shaky Lakes Park Campground.

As a very loving wife and mother, she with her husband, Carl, raised three children and like most families, both held jobs. As like many other families, work occupied much of their lives leaving very little free time for themselves. Most everyone has something they love doing with their free time as did Cathi. Along with raising a family most of her adult free time had been spent and still is by volunteering with the Peshtigo Area Rescue Squad. With her excellent organizational skills, she helped bring in the development of the areas "Every 15 Minutes" program. This is a program to help inform high school students the consequences of drunk driving. This along with countless other charities for young and old alike has Cathi unselfishly giving of herself for the betterment of our community,

As time went on Cathy asked me, "Mike, I'd like to do more for the city, what would you think about me running for Mayor?" I told her "Run for City Council and get some experience and knowledge." So she ran for the City of Peshtigo Common Council and started learning the workings of local government. Her beginning goals started with such items as getting Badger Park back into shape, better boat launches and beautifying the downtown business district and securing riverfront land along the lower Peshtigo River. As time went on Cathi ran for Mayor and those projects came to fruition. As Mayor, she had the opportunity to open new doors for the City of Peshtigo. The invaluable contacts she met made and amassed for the information needed to help finance city projects and improvements have helped save our city taxpayers over $2,000,000 and without raising out city's taxes, keeping them lower than the majority of cities, towns and townships in the County.

There are still many new good things happening in Peshtigo and now is not the time for a change in direction. So please join with me as we "Re-Elect Cathi Malke as Mayor" for the City of Peshtigo.

Thank you.

Michael Behnke,

Peshtigo



To the Editor:

With the coming mayoral election in the City of Peshtigo, I have been reflecting upon the positive attributes of our current mayor Cathi Malke who is up for re-election.  Based on my experiences as the owner of Evergreen Tool Company, located in Peshtigo, I have had the privilege of seeing Mayor Malke take action to support business growth in the Peshtigo area, specifically the Peshtigo Industrial Park.  She has been instrumental in promoting the transfer of my company from Menominee, MI to Peshtigo, has actively headed an initiative to improve the poor internet speed in the industrial park, has kept Evergreen Tool Company informed of city business affecting our company through on-site visits, and has worked with us directly on our recent company expansion.

These experiences have reaffirmed my sincere belief that Mayor Malke is an essential asset to both the manufacturing business community and the community of Peshtigo as a whole.  Through her dedication, professionalism, and sincere willingness to aid growth in the community, I am certain that she will always keep in mind the best interests of Peshtigo residents.  With this, I urge city residents to vote for Mayor Malke once again and continue to support the economic growth of our great city.

Sincerely,

Joseph Beranek,

President

Evergreen Tool Company, Inc.



Editor:

Running for Municipal Court Judge anywhere in Wisconsin begins with the proper ballot preparation. The state statutes require filing a Personal Financial Disclosure with the city clerk, which is submitted to the Wisconsin Ethics Commission. Wisconsin residents should expect that anyone who desires to represent them as a judge would take the time and effort to follow the State Statutes.

Why would any candidate for Municipal Court Judge not file a Statement of Economic Interest?  Does the person have income areas that they do not want to publicly disclosed?  By law, every Municipal Court Judge needs to file this financial paperwork once per year or risk suspension of pay. Could they have forgotten to submit the financial information?  Did their dog eat the application papers? These are reasonable questions for voters to ask.  We need judges who follow the law and we expect them to do so in their election campaign. These things are done to avoid being a write-in candidate.

I respectfully ask the residents of Marinette to vote for me for Municipal Court Judge. I have fulfilled the requirements sanctioned by state law. That is why my name is on the ballot.

Respectfully submitted,

Peter Noppenberg,

Marinette



Letter to the Editor:

I write to express my opinion on the judicial election in Marinette County on April 7th between Jane Kopish Sequin and Mike Perry.  This election is important to my family and me and to the citizens of Marinette County.

Jane is the far superior candidate.  For more than 20 years Jane has presided over and made decisions in thousands of cases in Brown and Marinette counties.  She has demonstrated fairness, honesty and judicial temperament.  Her integrity is beyond reproach.  Countless attorneys and judges in multiple counties have told me that they hold Jane in the highest regard, and many wanted her to run for the bench in Brown County.

On the other hand Michael Perry has run for county wide office five times and lost five times.  I am not surprised.  Now pushing 70, he apparently thinks that the 6th time will be the charm.  He is personally spending more on this election than many families in Marinette County make in a year.  Apparently, he thinks he can buy the election.  It is telling to compare Jane's list of contributors to his.  

He is making a hollow promise to make a court for veterans.  Based on my three years in the United States Marines and 25 years in the Marinette County district attorney's office, such a court is not necessary.  First, few veterans get in trouble with the law.  Second, ample opportunities exist to get a veteran in trouble into treatment and counseling.  Third, veterans have always been given additional consideration by our county district attorneys in charging decisions and sentencing recommendations.  

When Perry was trying to get appointed to the open judgeship to replace Judge Duket, he called Jim Morrison a carpetbagger.  When Perry did not get the appointment, he told me he would help me in my election bid.  Shortly before the election Perry came to me under the pretext of asking for a favor regarding lab information about his deceased wife.  I was surprised and gravely disappointed to learn that he had secretly taped our conversation and later tried to use the recording against me.  He subsequently publicly endorsed Judge Morrison.  This secret taping incident should tell you all you need to know about the underhanded tactics he'll use.  Is this the kind of person you want on the bench?

Please join me in voting for Jane Kopish Sequin for judge.

Allen R. Brey,

Retired Marinette County District Attorney

Resident of the City of Marinette 



Dear Editor:

The purpose of this letter is to show my support for Cathi Malke, who is running for re-election as City of Peshtigo Mayor.

I have been an alderperson in the City of Peshtigo for the past five years and during that time I have seen first hand Cathi's dedication and commitment to the city. She puts in countless hours of work on behalf of the citizens of Peshtigo. Cathi has worked to get over $2,000,000 in grants for Peshtigo. She is a team player and maintains an open door policy for anyone who may have questions, concerns or suggestions that help make Peshtigo great.

Cathi volunteers her time as a 25-year member of the Emergency Rescue Squad. On several days during the week she responds to calls directly from the Mayor's office. She is also the current vice president of the Peshtigo Historical Society and through her insight has begun the work for the Sesquicentennial to recognize the 150th anniversary of the Peshtigo Fire. Cathi was also instrumental in coordinating the "Every 15 Minutes" program at Peshtigo High School. That program was the first of it's kind in the State of Wisconsin.

Cathi graduated from Peshtigo High School in 1975 and after high school she met her husband Carl, got married and raised a family here. Cathi is truly a part of Peshtigo's heritage. She has been an alderperson for the Peshtigo City Council for eight years and has been mayor for the past four years.

Please support Cathi Malke for another term as Mayor in the City of Peshtigo.

Debbie Sievert,

Alderperson



Dear Editor:

I am writing in regards to the Peshtigo mayoral election.

I have had the opportunity to get to know Cathi Malke and Tony O'Neill over the last two decades through my experience as District Attorney and as defense counsel. Neither one is my preferred candidate. But that sometimes happens in a democracy and a voter has to pick which candidate is the least worst. Here's why I'm voting for Cathi anyway:

At least Cathi has a respect for the rule of law and understands how government is supposed to work;

At least Cathi is willing to consider other opinions and information before making a decision;

At least Cathi is a hard worker who wants things to be done right the first time; and

At least Cathi hasn't owed me $20.00 for the last decade. (I know this one might seem petty, but I think it speaks to a person's character if they remember their debts, no matter how small.)

I'm voting for Cathi Malke and I hope you will as well.

Respectfully,

Brent H. DeBord,

Attorney at Law

Oconto



Editor:

My name is John LaCourt, and I am running as a write-in candidate for Municipal Judge in Marinette.

I was born and raised in Marinette, attended UW LaCrosse, and received my bachelor's degree in Social Studies. After teaching for four years, I attended UW Oshkosh and earned my master's degree in Guidance and Counseling.

In 1977, I was hired as a guidance counselor in the Marinette School District and retired after 26 years. I believe my experience as a teacher and counselor qualifies me to serve as the municipal judge in Marinette. Part of my duties as a school counselor was to work directly with the Marinette Department of Social Services in making necessary home visits with various social workers to ensure the success of the students whom I served. I had frequent meetings with the students' parents regarding their academic and social progress.

I have been an active member in the Marinette Elks since 1979, and since retiring have been an active member of the Marinette Lions Club. For twelve years, I have been a member of the Marinette School Board and presently serve as president. Previously, for 6 years, I served on the Marinette Recreation Board and the Senior Citizens' Board.

On February 4, 2020 I received a packet from the Supreme Court of Wisconsin regarding information that requires me to attend a seminar should I be elected, and I am prepared to do so. I also received the Code of Ethics for Public Officials and Employees (Subchapter III, Chapter 19, Wisconsin Statutes and the Code of Judicial Conduct statutes. I have thoroughly reviewed all these materials.

I would be honored to serve as Marinette's Municipal Judge should you decide to write in my name on the ballot.

Sincerely,

John LaCourt,

Marinette



Dear Editor:

I originally did not intend to endorse either candidate for the Marinette County Circuit Court position to replace Judge Miron when he retires at the end of his term in July because I will have the pleasure of working with either of these two excellent candidates " and if Mike Perry wins, the pleasure of working with both of them.

I see that Judge Miron and Judge Duket have both publicly supported Jane Sequin. I certainly understand that but I believe that between two excellent candidates Mike Perry is the clear choice.

Both of them are experienced lawyers of high integrity and ability, but I believe that Mike Perry has far broader experience from his legal practice and many past activities " and that he will put those to excellent use as the Branch I Circuit Judge.

 I came to the Bench from a private practice that covered virtually every aspect of the issues which a Circuit Judge must face - criminal, juvenile, probate, civil.  Mike has that same very broad background.  He also has the experience of owning his own business, hiring employees and the privilege of always being paid last " in other words he has the responsibility to see to it that his employees are always protected before he gets paid.

Also I think it is critically important that a judge demonstrate the ability, when appropriate, to change his mind. Every litigant should know that if they come to the court with a better argument, with something the judge had not seen, with unique circumstances that require a unexpected  decision, that the judge is willing to do that.  This does not mean for a second that we should just please the public. That is not the case but we must always be open minded and when our initial impressions are wrong we must be willing to change.

I know personally that Mike Perry can do that because when I applied for this job he publicly opposed me as he had every right to do " but after I was successful in getting the appointment, he came to me and asked me if he could support me for election to keep the job because I had demonstrated to him that I was a better judge than he ever thought I would be. This is not praise for me this is the way Michael Perry works.   He is strongly principled, sometimes irritatingly so, but he is fair minded and courageous enough to admit when he is wrong.

I hope that can be said about me as well and it is for that reason that I am so comfortable in supporting him and hope that I will have both Mike and Jane as colleagues on August 1.

James Morrison



Letter to the Editor:

It is not surprising to those who follow politics that opponents sometimes engage in distasteful and personal attacks.

A recent "letter to the editor" which was published in our local newspaper, the Peshtigo Times, is an example of such an attack. Sometimes the people who engage in these personal attacks have their own personal beef but in reality, are the unwitting pawn of the opposing candidate. I believe that is what has happened in this case. The letter included personal attacks mixed with political arguments, as well as many untruths.

When it comes to my personal life, I'm a very private person. I've been that way throughout most of my career. As a law enforcement officer, it was a necessity. Throughout my career I strived to treat people fairly and with respect but as a law enforcement officer I sometimes made decisions that were not popular or well received. At times I've made decisions in my personal life that I regret, and some did not appreciate. If you talk to my friends, they are familiar with a phrase I have used often, "It wouldn't be life if it was all easy." I think many of us who look at our book of life wish we could rewrite a chapter or two. I think most of us have had our ups and downs, but I don't believe the downs define who we are today.

If you read or hear negative comments, all I ask is that you consider the source and look to the motivation of those who initiated this personal attack. As a person who values my reputation, I will not tolerate anyone that bullies, intimidates or abuses their authority and power entrusted to them by the Citizens of Peshtigo. The Citizens of Peshtigo and their employees should not put up with it either. You deserve more. We are facing real issues that require focused attention as we move forward.

Throughout my official careers both in federal, state and local employment I fulfilled my oath of office(s) dutifully and loyally. As your public servant I will do the same. I believe you, the Citizens of Peshtigo, deserve leadership that focusses on the issues that affect your lives. There are matters of great importance that directly affect your quality of life. I am taking this campaign seriously and pledge that I will serve you with honor and integrity.

I encourage you, the Citizens of Peshtigo to contact me at (920) 737-5374 if you have any questions. My door is always open, free of judgement and intimidation.

Considering the recent current events affecting our national and personal well-being, I know many may not consider attending in person voting to be held on April 7th. I encourage as I have done that you visit myvote.wi.gov and request an absentee ballot. This process I found easy and convenient to complete online, soon after completion you are mailed an absentee ballot from our local city clerk that you can complete and return in a pre-postage marked envelope or you can drop it off at City Hall. If you would rather not utilize the online portal you can always stop in at city hall and request an absentee ballot there. You have until April 2nd to request a ballot online or at city hall.

Thank you all for the reassuring messages and calls of support and want you to know that together, "We can".

They usually do this when they feel threatened and use these attacks to distract from the real issues that face our community.

Hang in there, I am, we've got work to do."#CanWe #YouBetcha #ClearerVision2020

Tony O'Neill





Dear Editor:

Mike Perry for Circuit Court Judge.

About 15 years ago Mike Perry represented my father as he was trying to evict a squatter from a trailer he owned at a trailer park in Peshtigo. My father being a trusting person, never ran a background check on this fella. This person was known to take advantage of trusting people and live rent-free until being evicted. After the successful trial, my dad asked Mike what he owed on the final payment and Mike's comment was he didn't want any more money. He said my dad was through enough already. Mike is a very kind-hearted man.

Randy Polzin,

Crivitz



Dear Editor:

I am writing this letter in support of Cathi Malke for re-election. Specifically, I want to talk about how she helped our small business, Peshtigo Stone and Garden get started. From the moment I had the idea about purchasing the property until even today, she has been completely supportive of us. She has personally checked in on us each of the four years we have been open. And she has been excited about the new ideas we have come up with as well as giving compliments about how our business has grown. She has suggested other local people for us to talk to, to help grow the business as well as offered to tell everyone she knew about who Peshtigo Stone and Garden is and what products we offer.

Thanks Cathi and good luck to your in the election.

Chris Schmidt



Dear Editor:

In times of financial hardship and uncertainty, St. Vincent de Paul Society of Marinette has been there for neighbors to offer a compassionate listening ear and assistance. We take the health and safety of those we serve, our employees, and volunteers very seriously, but also recognize that our services are needed now more than ever due to families and individuals being thrust into situational poverty. This includes the efforts at our Thrift Store, where we provide basic needs items at no cost to our neighbors who are struggling to make ends meet.

We want to assure you we are taking appropriate precautions to protect our employees, their families, and our community, but also to continue to meet the needs of those who are struggling. As of March 23, the St. Vincent de Paul Marinette Thrift Store is open from 9am to 4pm to provide aid to our neighbors in need during this very difficult time. However, the Donation Center temporarily closed effective Saturday, March 21 at 3 pm.

We will continue to monitor the situation and will evaluate and adjust our plans in accordance with the recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), and Marinette County Health Department.

Despite the current circumstances, food scarcity remains a major issue for local households coping with poverty, and we at St. Vincent de Paul Society of Marinette Food Pantry are determined to help meet that need in the safest ways possible. This is a fluid situation, and we will continue to adapt and make changes to our standard operating procedures as needed.

Starting next week, we will limit service to Wednesdays 10 am to 4 pm. In an effort to reduce social contact, we will provide enough food for two weeks. We will serve clients according to first letter of the last name; Wednesday, March 25 letters A through L. Wednesday, April 1st letters M through Z. Menominee pantry will serve Menominee residents.

Due to the Coronavirus [COVID-19] pandemic, St. Vincent de Paul Society of Marinette is anticipating an increase in requests for financial assistance over the next few months due to families and individuals being thrust into situational poverty. While some employers are updating their sick leave policies to address the pandemic, many of our neighbors may miss a paycheck due to company closure, school closures and lack of back-up child care options, or staying home when they feel ill to stop the spread of the virus.

St. Vincent de Paul Society of Marinette relies on monetary donations and the revenue generated from our Thrift Store in order to be able to provide assistance to our neighbors in need. If financially able, we ask donations for St. Vincent de Paul Society of Marinette so we can help neighbors in need as possible during this difficult time.

Dana Stanglmaier,

Executive Director


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03-11-2020Community - Coleman
Spring Breakfast at St. Matthew Mar. 22

03-11-2020Front Page
Return Victorious

03-11-2020Front Page
Pound Finds Unauthorized Dumping Of Septic Wastes

03-11-2020Front Page
City Of Peshtigo, BPM Working On River Access Agreement

03-11-2020Front Page
Riverside Cemetery Discusses New Columbarium Niche Vaults

03-11-2020Front Page
Area Firefighters Rescue Person Who Broke Through Ice on Bay

03-05-2020Front Page
LCS Cooperstown Christened Saturday At Marinette Marine

03-05-2020Front Page
Lori Gross Is New Clerk For Village of Coleman

03-05-2020Front Page
Peshtigo Okays Zoning Change For Business District Apartments

03-05-2020Front Page
Marinette Council Okays Patching Fish Platform

03-05-2020Front Page
Falkenberg Gets Life Sentence For Murder

03-05-2020
Falkenberg Gets Life Sentence For Murder

03-05-2020Community - Coleman
Suring Friends of Library Book, Rummage Sales

03-05-2020Community - Coleman
Hillside North Offers After School Program

03-05-2020Community - Coleman
Nicholas Recipient of Credit Union Award

03-05-2020Community - Coleman
OSMS at New OF Location

03-05-2020Community - Crivitz
Governor Evers Vetoes Paddle Wheel Raffle Bill

03-05-2020Community - Crivitz
4 HOPE Bills Now Are Law

03-05-2020Community - Crivitz
Woman's Club Offers Scholarships

03-05-2020Community - Crivitz
March is Colon Cancer Month

03-05-2020Community - Wausaukee
The Wizard of Oz at Wabeno Mar. 13-15

03-05-2020Community - Wausaukee
Nygren Gives Support for Marinette Marine

03-05-2020Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Lions Now Selling Spring Flowers

03-05-2020Community - Wausaukee
Pancake Breakfast April 5 at Wausaukee

03-05-2020Sports
Coleman/Crivitz Share M&O 2020 Title

03-05-2020Sports
Niagara is Sole Survivor in Regional Action

03-05-2020Sports
Casper Wins State Title; Whiting Is Repeat Champ

03-05-2020Sports
Final Ice Shanty Removal Deadline Sunday, Mar. 15

03-05-2020Perspectives
Country Cousin

03-05-2020Perspectives
From Our Readers

03-05-2020Perspectives
From My Window

03-05-2020Obituaries
Ashley N. Borkovec-Dellenbach

03-05-2020Obituaries
Floyd Cappaert

03-05-2020Obituaries
Norman A. Corbeille


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