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Marinette Splits a Pair With Clintonville

Issue Date: April 27, 2022

Area Baseball

Alex Rupert was dealing Friday against Clintonville, but his team was knotted up with Clintonville entering the bottom of the sixth. That's when the Marinette bats found their groove and pounced on Trucker pitching for four runs to pick up a 5-1 win.

In the first game of the teams' doubleheader, Marinette took a 1-0 lead in the first inning when Carson Erdman was hit by a pitch and came around to score on a wild pitch.

Marinette didn't bring a runner past second base in any of the next four innings. Fortunately, the Marines had Rupert on the mound. He didn't post huge strikeout numbers, he induced a lot of soft contact and kept the Trucker offense scoreless until the sixth, when a home run tied the game.

The Marinette bats responded in the bottom half of the inning, with Rupert at the center of it. He reached on an error to start the inning and scored the first of four runs, with another error, a hit batter, and a trio of singles from Landon Corwin, Ashton Lebich, and Parker Thill.

Adam Lemery, Hayden Treptow, and Corwin all scored in the inning along with Rupert.

"We've been waiting for an inning like that from the first game for a couple years. Last year for sure, we never had that where we had clutch hit after clutch hit after clutch hit, and not just clutch hits, but good at-bats. That last inning in the first game, we had great at-bats," Marinette coach Mike Maedke said. "Everybody played a role that last inning, which is good to see."

Rupert deserves a lot of credit for the win for his performance. Lemery got the last few outs after Rupert reached his pitch count, but Rupert was the winner in just his second varsity start. He didn't pitch last year after undergoing surgery on his non-throwing shoulder.

"Alex Rupert, what a phenomenal job," Maedke said. "He's been a wild card for us. We've never seen him on a mound, never seen him compete in a situation. He's been pitching great, and he's a huge reason why I have high expectations for these guys. He's a competitor."

Marinette lost 4-0 in five innings in the second game. Clintonville scored four runs in the third and the Marines couldn't get the bats rolling, with just two hits over the course of the shortened game.



Bulldogs Beat

Eskimos To Halt

Early Season Skid

The Peshtigo Bulldogs got back to playing their brand of baseball on Monday against Escanaba, coach Neal Henrigillis said.

The Bulldogs have struggled a bit to start the 2022 season, but they played a fairly clean game on both sides to beat Escanaba by a 4-3 final score.

Peshtigo took a 2-0 lead in the third, with Trevor Marquardt singling to get things started. After Will McMahon and Will Boettcher walked to load the bases, Landon Lemke brought two runners home with a single.

In the fourth, the bottom of the order added to the lead, with Gaetano Biundo and Landon Beyer reaching and coming around to score.

That 4-0 lead remained until the sixth, when Escanaba's bats finally came alive.

Ben Johnson reached on an error to start the inning, Peshtigo's first error of the game. Following a strikeout, Will Boettcher issued a walk, a single, and hit a batter to bring his day to an end. He had been very clean up until that point.

Jake Berth entered the game and struck out the first batter he faced. The next two batters walked and singled, bringing two-hitter Hunter Lancour to the plate. Berth struck him out to end the game and preserve a 4-3 win. It was the third time Lancour went down on strikes in the game.

"We played much better tonight. I was pleased with the way we took a step forward. Will Boettcher pitched a clean game, and our defense made some really nice plays," Henrigillis said.

Boettcher finished with 5.1 innings pitched, striking out six and allowing three runs (two earned) on five hits and three walks. Berth struck out two and picked up the save. He walked one batter and allowed one hit.

At the plate, Marquardt was 2-4 with a run scored and an RBI. McMahon was 1-1 with a run scored and two walks, and Lemke was 1-3 with two RBIs.

"We played Peshtigo baseball tonight. We put the pressure on the other team, especially on a night when it was raining and wet. We put the ball in play and didn't make a lot of mistakes. I was proud of their effort," Henrigillis said.



Andrekopoulos

Pitches Crivitz Past

Niagara 12-0

Crivitz shut out and no-hit Niagara 12-0 on Saturday behind an inspired pitching performance from Kenny Andrekopoulos.

In his first start of the season, he struck out eight over five innings. He walked three and didn't allow a hit.

"It feels great," he said, saying he had "a lot of motivation" on the day.

Andrekopoulos was pitching after the recent death of his father, Crivitz coach Jeff Dorschner said.

"What Kenny did today under the personal circumstances he's been going through, he comes out and throws a no-hitter, that's pretty special," Dorschner said. "He'll remember that for the rest of his life."

Andrekopoulos gave a lot of credit for the performance to his defense behind him and shouted out his athletic trainer for all the hours in the gym that got him ready for his first start of the season.

"They helped a lot," he said of his teammates.

Dorschner said the performance should serve as a big confidence booster for Andrekopoulos. Not only that, but it was a huge performance to take a load off of the rest of a tired Wolverine pitching staff.

He needed just 71 pitches to tear through five innings of work and give his team the win.

"He gained some confidence and took a step forward in his personal career, and that's a big pick-me-up for our team, because we were running on fumes with our arms. We played Thursday, Friday, today, and we play Tuesday, we've got Coleman coming up Monday. At this point in the season, I didn't know how much pitching depth we'd have, and we've got some sore arms right now, so for him to come in and eat up a game for us with a minimum pitch count was big."

At the plate, Eli Gruszynski reached on an error and walked twice, scoring three runs from the leadoff spot in the order. Kaiden Goltz singled, walked, and reached on an error and scored three times from the nine-spot as well.

Logan Goltz and Jacob Behrendt each scored twice. Behrendt tripled as part of a five-run fourth inning for the Wolverines.

Wolverine hitters walked seven times and reached seven times on Niagara errors.

Mason Richtig took the loss on the mound for Niagara.



Lena Defeats Elcho in

Home Opener 15-2

Lena dominated Elcho from the opening pitch Saturday, winning 15-2 in the team's 2022 home opener.

The Wildcats tallied 16 hits to Elcho's one, led by Logan Shallow and his 4-4, four-RBI, four-run game. He doubled once and tripled twice in the game.

Tyler Shallow went 3-4 with two runs and an RBI, Logan Graef was 2-3 with three runs and three RBIs, and Lane Whiting went 2-3 with two runs and three RBIs. Reed Hosking went 2-3 with two runs and two RBIs.

Josh Kristof got the win for his one-plus innings of work. He allowed one unearned run on three walks and no hits, and the Wildcats spotted him a 6-0 lead after the first inning.

Graef came in and pitched three lockdown innings, allowing one run on two walks and no hits. He struck out six.

The game was notably Lena's first home baseball game since its split from a co-op team with Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy.



Bieber's Grand Slam

Leads Coleman

Over Crivitz

Will Bieber played hero in a 6-4 Coleman win over Crivitz on Monday, hitting a second-inning grand slam and providing the go-ahead RBI in the fourth.

Crivitz took a 2-0 lead in the first inning on runs by Eli Gruszynski and Tegan Werner. After scoreless frames in the bottom of the first and top of the second, Coleman loaded the bases with singles by Ray Lemieux and Cole Klimek and a walk by Trent Mongin. With two outs, Bieber stepped up to the plate and crushed a ball to left field, giving the Cougars a 4-2 advantage.

That lead held until the top of the fourth, when Crivitz tied the game. Chad Schroeder batted in a run on a fielder's choice and Kaiden Goltz doubled home Christiansen with two outs.

Coleman took back the lead in the bottom of the fourth courtesy of Will Bieber again. After Brody Zahn singled and Eli Zablocki walked, Bieber singled to third and scored Zahn.

Lemieux added an insurance run in the fifth, singling and eventually scoring on an error. He would also be the one to slam the door on the mound.

After Karson Casper started the game and allowed four unearned runs on three hits and two walks, Lemieux came in and threw three scoreless frames, striking out three and holding the Wolverines hitless with only one walk.

At the plate, Lemieux was 2-3 with two runs scored. Bieber's statline was 2-4 with five RBIs and one run. Zahn scored a run on a 1-3 day.

For Crivitz, Christiansen took the loss, allowing five earned runs on seven hits and four walks. Jacob Behrendt came in to finish the day, allowing just one unearned run on one hit.

Behrendt, Christiansen, Werner and Gruszynski scored runs for Crivitz. Goltz, Christiansen and Gruszynski each had one of the team's three hits on the day.



Coleman Defeats

Lena 13-3

The top of the Coleman batting order piled up the hits and runs in a 13-3 win over Lena on Thursday.

The top four hitters in the Cougar lineup ?? Will Bieber, Karson Casper, Noah Nosgovitz and Logan Kurth ?? combined to go 9-14 with three walks, 10 runs scored, and six RBIs in the win.

With one out in the Coleman half of the first, Casper doubled and advanced to third on a single by Nosgovitz. Kurth singled home Casper, and Nosgovitz swiped home as Kurth was caught stealing second to make it 2-0.

Lena tied the game in the top of the third when Tyler Shallow scored Reed Hosking on a groundout and Marquardt scored Luke Misco on a one-out groundout. Hosking and Misco singled and walked to start the frame.

Kurth reclaimed the lead for Coleman in the bottom half when he lashed a single that scored Bieber and Casper. Nosgovitz scored on a Cole Klimek single and Kurth scored when Brody Zahn was hit by a pitch with the bases loaded. That made it 6-2 Coleman.

Lena got one back in the top of the fourth when Josh Kristof doubled in Logan Whiting, who led off the frame with a single.

Lena wasn't able to really make any progress against the Coleman lead, as every time the Wildcats scored, so did the Cougars. In the bottom of the fourth, Ray Lemieux singled past the shortstop to score Bieber and Casper scored on an error to make it 10-3.

Bieber doubled and scored on a Casper RBI single in the fifth, and the Cougars ended the game early when Bieber doubled in Klimek and Joe King with two outs in the sixth.

Bieber finished 3-5 with two doubles, three runs scored, and two RBIs. Casper was 2-2 with two walks, a double, three runs, and an RBI, and Nosgovitz went 2-3 with a walk and three runs scored. Hitting cleanup, Kurth was 2-4 with a run and three RBIs. Klimek went 1-3 with a run scored and three RBIs.

Casper got the win for five innings of three-run ball on the mound. He allowed six hits and two walks and struck out eight. Lemieux tossed a scoreless sixth, striking out two and walking one.

Whiting pitched 2.1 innings, allowing six runs (five earned) on five hits and three walks. He struck out five. Logan Shallow allowed five runs (two earned) in two innings, and Logan Graef allowed two unearned runs in the sixth, pitching 1.1 innings.



Rangers Overcome

Seven Point Deficit

to Beat Niagara

Wausaukee came back from a 7-0 first-inning deficit to beat Niagara 12-11 on Monday night.

After the Badgers scored seven in the top of the first, Wausaukee was held scoreless in the bottom half, but the Rangers scored in the next five innings to take a 12-9 lead into the seventh.

The Badgers brought two across in the seventh and brought the tying run to third, but they couldn't tie the game. With Mason Richtig standing on third, Ryan Wojcik struck out Easton Holmes looking.

Niagara had 14 hits to Wausaukee's five, but the Badgers committed five errors and walked 10 Ranger hitters. Three batters were hit by pitches as well.

Three of Wausaukee's five hits came from Danny Suennen, who was 3-4 in the game with three runs scored and two RBIs. Prestin Brunette walked three times and scored three runs, providing an RBI as well.

On the Niagara side, Ed Swanson was 4-4 with three runs scored. Cody Bath went 2-3 with a run scored and an RBI, and Holmes was 2-5 with two runs and an RBI. Richtig went 3-5 with a run and two RBIs.

Connor Schroeder got the win. After Will Koester started the game and didn't make it out of the first inning, Schroeder settled things down, throwing 4.2 innings of two-run ball. Neither run was earned, and he struck out 13 batters.

Wojcik threw the final two innings, allowing two earned on four hits and one walk. He struck out five.

Niagara got two innings from Holmes and three from Ross Shampo. Swanson and Bath combined for the sixth inning.



Wolverines Fight for

13-7 Win Over

Goodman-Pembine

Crivitz withstood some early pressure from Goodman-Pembine to win a 13-7 non-conference matchup on Friday night.

Goodman-Pembine scored three runs in the first inning to take an immediate lead, then added three more in the third, but the game was tied after three innings, with the Wolverines scoring one in the first, three in the second, and two in the third.

After a scoreless fourth on both sides, G-P re-took the lead 7-6 with one in the fifth, but the Wolverines answered with five runs in the bottom half and two more in the sixth.

Sean Christiansen had a monster game for the Wolverines. He was 3-4 with a double and four runs scored. Logan Goltz was 1-1 with three runs, and Eli Gruszynski went 1-3 with two runs and three RBIs.

Chad Schroder got the win on the mound. After Brady Tadisch started the game and allowed six runs (five earned) in three innings, Schroeder came in and steadied the ship, allowing just one unearned runs on one hit and one walk. He struck out four.

Ryan Ehlert took the loss for two innings, allowing five runs (four earned).

The Patriots had just four hits, but they made them count, and took advantage of five Wolverine errors.

Lucas Boribeau and Ryan Ehlert were both 1-3 with runs and Bryson McVay was 1-2 with a run scored. Kevin Strietzel went 1-2 with an RBI.



Coleman Wins

Over Gibraltar

Logan Kurth puzzled Gibraltar hitters in a dominant seven-inning complete game win on Saturday.

Kurth was on his game from the opening hitter, beginning the game with a backwards K.

He struck out 11 hitters over seven innings, allowing just one hit and walking two. Both walks came in the first two innings. After that, his command was impeccable. He threw first-pitch strikes to 19 of the 25 hitters he faced and put 64 percent of his pitches in for strikes.

He also kept the ball on the ground, inducing nine groundouts to one flyout.

Coleman got on the board in the third when Karson Casper doubled to lead off the inning and Ray Lemieux slapped a single to center to bring him home.

That one run would be enough with Kurth on the mound, but Coleman added two more for good measure in the seventh, with Will Bieber reaching on an error, taking second on a wild pitch, and eventually scoring on a fielder's choice.

Reaching on that fielder's choice was Noah Nosgovitz. He stole second and took both second and third on wild pitches.

The Gibraltar leadoff hitter in the bottom of the seventh reached on an error, but Kurth got a groundout to first and two strikeouts to end the game at 3-0.



Blue Devils Too Much

for NEW Lutheran

in Double Header

Oconto swept NEW Lutheran in a doubleheader on Thursday with strong pitching and hot bats.

The first game was a 14-2 win in five innings. Conner Christenson pitched a complete game, striking out 13 batters. His two runs were earned on just three hits and two walks.

Braden Shallow went 3-4 with a double and three RBIs. Riley Anderson was 2-4 with an RBI and Luke Krueger had a two-RBI double in the second inning.

That double was the biggest hit of a sixth-run second that helped put the game out of reach.

In the second game, Alex Fuller threw four shutout innings to help Oconto win 9-0. He struck out two, giving up just one hit and two walks.

Christenson was 2-2 with a double and two RBIs. Krueger doubled in the second game as well.

Oconto came into the doubleheader 2-2 and left with a 4-2 record.



Bowler Nearly

Blanks STAA

Saint Thomas Aquinas Academy couldn't take advantage of runners in scoring position in a 14-1 loss to Bowler.

STAA's first two hitters of the game, Teagan Anderson and Tug Paidl, singled, and they'd pick up a third single later in the inning, but couldn't bring any runners across in the frame.

After STAA struck out in order in the second, Anderson led the third off with a triple. The next two hitters were hit by pitches and a passed ball brought him home, but that was the only run STAA would muster. The Cavaliers put runners in scoring position in the fifth and sixth but couldn't bring them home.

Anderson took the loss, allowing four runs in three innings to start the game. Blake DeDamos came in to pitch after Anderson's exit.

Anderson was 2-4 at the plate with a triple and a run scored. Paidl and Calvin Peters were 1-3.

The top two hitters in the Bowler lineup scored three runs apiece, walking a combined four times with two singles and reaching on one error.



Wolverines Slay Rangers

With 13-3 Defeat

Crivitz scored at least one run in all six innings of a 13-3 win over Wausaukee on Thursday.

The Wolverines scored four in the first inning, two in the second, and one each in the third and fourth before closing things out with two and three in the fifth, and sixth, respectively.

Dillan Gehm was 2-5 with a triple, three runs, and four RBIs. Seth Sellen was 2-3 with two runs and an RBI, Eli Gruszynski went 2-3 with two runs and an RBI, and Jacob Behrendt went 3-4 with a run and an RBI. Logan Goltz scored twice and had two RBIs on a 1-5 day.

Sean Christiansen was the winning pitcher. He threw six innings, allowing three runs (one earned) on three hits and one walk. He struck out six.

For Wausaukee, Connor Schroeder was 1-2 with two runs scored. Kamden Stumbris was 1-3 with a run and an RBI.

Prestin Brunette was the losing pitcher. He allowed seven runs (four earned) in his 2.1 innings of work. Danny Suenne and Ryan Wojcik combined for the remaining nine outs.



Wausaukee Takes

Win Over Lena

Wausaukee scored two runs in the seventh inning to tie its game against Lena on Tuesday, April 19 and then walked it off in the eighth on a wild pitch.

Lena led 4-2 after six and a half innings, bringing Wausaukee to its final chance in the bottom of the seventh.

Christian Deschane walked to lead off the inning, Danny Suennen was hit by a pitch, and Ryan Wojcik scored to load the bases with no outs.

A passed ball allowed the first run in, and Connor Schroeder walked to load the bases again, still without an out.

Lena pitcher Bryce Kittredge induced a double play for the first two outs, leaving Wausaukee with runners on second and first. After that great defensive play, a second baseman error loaded the bases on a ground ball by Kamden Stumbris and a Will Koester ground ball produced a run on an error by the shortstop.

After a scoreless Lena half of the eighth, Wausaukee's Layne Rowley walked to lead off the inning. After two outs, two more walks brought Rowley to third and he scored on a passed ball.

Kittredge was the losing pitcher despite not allowing any hits. He walked four and was hurt by errors in the field.

Logan Shallow pitched the bulk of the game for Lena, with four scoreless innings. He struck out five and allowed two. He did not walk a batter.

Lane Whiting started and allowed two earned on two hits and two walks, striking out five. Ty Shallow did not record an out. He walked two batters and allowed two runs (one earned).

On the other side, Will Koester got the win. Schroeder started the game and allowed two runs, both earned, on three walks and two hits. He struck out nine. He was replaced by Wojcik, who allowed two runs in 1.1 innings. Koester took over for the sixth and threw three scoreless innings. He walked six but never let Lena capitalize by holding the Wildcats hitless and striking out four.

At the plate, Wausaukee had four hits. Nathan Shaw had two of them. He scored once, walked once, and added an RBI. Schroeder was 1-2 with two walks and one run, and Prestin Brunette was 1-3 with an RBI.

Lena had three hits and walked nine times. Whiting was 2-4 with two RBIs, a walk, and a run scored. Dominic Tanguay and Logan Shallow each scored runs. Tanguay was 1-3 with a walk.



Eagles No-Hit Bulldogs

in Packerland Matchup

Peshtigo was no-hit in a six-inning, 10-0 loss to Southern Door on Thursday.

Eagles pitching had the Bulldogs' number early, as Peshtigo struck out in order in the top of the first, setting the tone for the next five innings.

In a still scoreless ballgame, Peshtigo put the leadoff runner on in the second when Will Boettcher walked. He stole second and advanced to third on a sacrifice bunt by Will McMahon. A strikeout and groundout to shortstop ended the Peshtigo threat, however.

That would prove to be Peshtigo's last baserunner of the game, while Southern Door scored three in the third and four in the fourth innings to make it 7-0.

After a scoreless fifth, the Eagles scored three in the bottom of the sixth to end the game an inning early.

Jacob Berth ended up with the loss for Peshtigo. He pitched 3.2 innings, striking out two. He allowed seven runs on four hits and seven walks. Eli Nystrom allowed three earned runs in two relief innings, walking three and allowing six hits.



Bulldogs Drop a Pair at

Green Bay Triangular

Peshtigo dropped a pair against tough opposition at the Green Bay Southwest Triangular on Saturday, losing to the hosts and Antigo on the day.

The Bulldogs fell 11-1 to GBSW and 13-5 to Antigo, though both games were competitive early on.

Peshtigo opened the game against the GBSW, a Division 1 team, with a 1-0 lead, as leadoff hitter Trevor Marquardt was hit by a pitch and came around to score. The Bulldogs weren't able to move a runner past second base after that.

Peshtigo held onto that 1-0 lead for three innings. In the fourth, GBSW got on the board, with two errors, one single and a walk pushing three runs across and opened things up for a big fifth.

Beyer took the loss. He pitched 5.1 innings, allowing 11 runs (six earned) on eight hits and five walks. He struck out four.

At the plate, Peshtigo had two hits, with Will Boettcher and Eli Nystrom recording singles. Marquardt was 0-1 with a run scored, reaching twice courtesy of a walk and hit-by-pitch.

The Antigo game was a similar story for Peshtigo. The Bulldogs scored four runs in the first inning, with Marquardt hit by a pitch to start the game, an error allowing Will McMahon to reach and a Will Boettcher double scoring the pair. Landon Lemke doubled and Jake Berth singled to keep the train rolling.

A sacrifice and two outs ended the inning, but the Bulldogs had a lead. Antigo got one in the first, then took a 5-4 lead in the third. An error started the third, then a walk, three hits and another error turned it into a big inning for the Red Robins, who scored one more in the fourth, two in the fifth, and four in the sixth.

McMahon singled and scored in the fifth, but Peshtigo went scoreless in the final two frames.

McMahon was 2-4 at the plate with two runs scored and a stolen base.

Lemke took the loss, with four innings resulting in six runs (three earned). He walked four and allowed six hits. He struck out four. McMahon came in to relieve Lemke and allowed seven runs (five earned) in three innings. He struck out two, walked two, and allowed seven hits.

"We stepped up in competition today. Green Bay Southwest is a Division one school and Antigo won the Division two state tournament two years ago. It's good for our team to see what level of energy and effort have to be put forth each day to be a winning program," Peshtigo coach Neal Henrigillis said. "Both games were games within our reach early. Unfortunately, things went sideways for us for a number of reasons. It's another learning experience that we'll grow from and get better from as the season goes on."


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Edward Waldron

06-23-2022Obituaries
Barbara L. Wolfe

06-23-2022Front Page
Judge Dismisses All Six Criminal Charges Against Kelly Casper

06-23-2022Front Page
Marinette County Breakfast on the Finger Farm Sunday

06-23-2022Front Page
Town Of Peshtigo Okays New Custom Fire Truck

06-23-2022Front Page
Town Of Peshtigo Okays New Custom Fire Truck

06-23-2022Front Page
Deacon Richard Elfering Charged With 2nd Degree Sexual Assault

06-23-2022Front Page
Tornado Destroys 9 Silver Cliff Buildings, Fire Station

06-16-2022Community - Wausaukee
Spring Trap League Results at Lake Noquebay Club

06-16-2022Community - Wausaukee
Camp Daniel To Hold Grand Opening

06-16-2022Community - Wausaukee
Amberg Legion Post 428 Meeting

06-16-2022Community - Wausaukee
Niagara Lions Community Picnic Set For June 24-25

06-16-2022Community - Crivitz
OK Plans To Name Crivitz Bandshell For Bob Berndt

06-16-2022Community - Crivitz
New Garbage Containers Ordered for Middle Inlet

06-16-2022Community - Crivitz
Country Music Jam is June 17

06-16-2022Community - Crivitz
Change Allows More to Participate With NLMG at Harmony Arboretum

06-16-2022Community - Coleman
Village of Coleman Resident Brazeau Running for Clerk

06-16-2022Community - Coleman
Pound Fire Dept. Receives Grant

06-16-2022Community - Coleman
Equity Hall Bar & Grill Announce June Events

06-16-2022Community - Coleman
Coleman School Board May Accept Track Bid On June 20

06-16-2022Obituaries
Frances (Fran) M. Alsteen Everson

06-16-2022Obituaries
Glenn E. Anderson

06-16-2022Obituaries
Robert "Bob" G. Boettcher

06-16-2022Obituaries
Russell J. Coble II

06-16-2022Obituaries
Darwin Dale Grosse

06-16-2022Obituaries
Bernita C. Heisler

06-16-2022Obituaries
Beverly "Bev" Kratz

06-16-2022Obituaries
Frank J. Kusnierz, Jr.

06-16-2022Obituaries
Geraldine LaCount

06-16-2022Obituaries
Norman E. Olson

06-16-2022Obituaries
Mark A. (Fuzzy) Pleshek

06-16-2022Obituaries
Lona Schindler (Jutte) R.N.

06-16-2022Obituaries
Patricia "Pat" M. Sebero

06-16-2022Obituaries
Harvey Otto Seefeldt

06-16-2022Obituaries
Adriane L. St. Pierre

06-16-2022Obituaries
Barbara L. Wolfe

06-16-2022Perspectives
Roger Lanich's Poem - "The Child in Your Younger Days"

06-16-2022Perspectives
Mary Labunski's Letter to the Editor

06-16-2022Perspectives
Kathleen Marsh's Letter to the Editor

06-16-2022Perspectives
Carol Fick's Letter to the Editor

06-16-2022Perspectives
Bill Blair's Letter to the Editor

06-16-2022Perspectives
June Bugs - From My Window 6/15/22

06-16-2022Perspectives
Country Cousin 6/15/22

06-16-2022Front Page
Town of Grover Hears Road Damage Report

06-16-2022Front Page
Rain Dampens Attendance At Veterans, Responders Weekend

06-16-2022Front Page
Oconto Co. Deputy Involved in Shooting

06-16-2022Front Page
Peshtigo Sets Flat $35 Rate For Septic Waste

06-16-2022Front Page
Middle Inlet Cemetery Items Removed, Speakers Upset

06-09-2022Sports
Team and Individual Champions Crowned at State Track & Field

06-09-2022Sports
WIAA Softball Tournament Starts Thursday at Goodman Diamond

06-09-2022Sports
STAA's Bailey is 10th Place at State Meet; Badker/Derusha are 1st/2nd in UP Finals

06-09-2022Sports
Area Athletes Earn Medals at D3 State Track & Field Meet

06-09-2022Sports
Lena/Oconto Win Regional Championships

06-09-2022Community - Wausaukee
Expressions of Gratitude and Thankfulness

06-09-2022Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Club Honors Scholarship Recipients

06-09-2022Community - Wausaukee
Silver Cliff Fire, Rescue Auxiliary To Meet June 13

06-09-2022Community - Wausaukee
Legion Post Held Amberg Memorial Day Services

06-09-2022Community - Crivitz
University of Dubuque Lists Spring Graduates

06-09-2022Community - Crivitz
Rescheduled Camp Bird Painting Day

06-09-2022Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Legion Post Celebrates Army Birthday, Flag Day

06-09-2022
Vannelli Earn Degrees from Shorter University 

06-09-2022Community - Coleman
Pound Village Clerk To Present ARPA Update

06-09-2022Community - Coleman
Lena Knights Hold Knowledge Contest

06-09-2022Perspectives
Kristen Edgar's Letter to the Editor

06-09-2022Perspectives
Summer Neighbors - From My Window 6/8/22

06-09-2022Perspectives
Country Cousin 6/8/22

06-09-2022Obituaries
Howard T. Ballard

06-09-2022Obituaries
Augusta M. Baumler

06-09-2022Obituaries
Elizabeth R. Caine

06-09-2022Obituaries
Charlotte M. Christensen

06-09-2022Obituaries
Nancy M. Ebidon

06-09-2022Obituaries
John T. Flood

06-09-2022Obituaries
James W. Gunderson

06-09-2022Obituaries
Teresa A. Meyer

06-09-2022Obituaries
Joseph A. Milan

06-09-2022Obituaries
Charlotte Olsen

06-09-2022Obituaries
Arleen Rocheleau

06-09-2022Obituaries
Gloria A. Smith

06-09-2022Obituaries
Blanche M. Sweig

06-09-2022Obituaries
Katherine C. Waldrop


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