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SALUTE RETIRING MAYOR - State Senator Mary Felzkowski, of Tomahawk, left, and State Representative Jeffrey Mursau of Crivitz, right, presented retiring Niagara Mayor George Bousley, center, with a commendation plaque and flags that had flown over the state capital, and saluted him for his many accomplishments during a retirement reception in his honor at Niagara City Hall on Friday, April 16. Bousley had been Niagara Village President since 1975, and became its first mayor when the village became a city in 1991. He also served many years as a Marinette County Board Supervisor and eight years as County Board Chair, leaving that position in 2012. He announced his plans last year to retire as Mayor when his current term ended on Monday, April 19.

Mayor George Bousley Retirement Marks End Of An Era For Niagara

Issue Date: April 21, 2021

After over 41 years in public service, longtime City of Niagara Mayor George Bousley has retired. His remarkable career and lifetime of service were honored at a farewell reception at City Hall on Friday, April 16, and he attended his last City Council meeting as Mayor on Monday, April 19.

Bousley announced in advance of time to circulate nomination papers for the spring election on April 6 that he would not serve another term, but there was no candidate on the ballot to replace him. Alderman Joe Johnston, who had been a member of the N...
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Peshtigo School Board Honors Girls Bowling Team

Issue Date: April 21, 2021

At the Wednesday, April 14 Peshtigo School District Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Patrick Rau was proud to have the State Championship girls bowling team present at the meeting.

Bowling Coach Tony Strublic said, "This is quite an honor. We have a very very special group of ladies here and I am so proud of them. From the moment they started bowling that Friday, we knew something special was happening. To be the top seed in the tournament is special, to begin with, but to go wire to wire and win the whole thing was fantastic...
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Brigitte Schmidt Elected New City Council President

Issue Date: April 21, 2021

The old Peshtigo City Council held its final meeting starting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 20, to finish up old business, after which long-time Alderman Mike Behnke, who had been council president, turned his seat over to newly elected Alderman Keith Klimek.

Mayor Cathi Malke declared she will miss Behnke after working closely with him for so many years, and others on the Council agreed. Behnke said he's not going anywhere, and Malke agreed with that, adding that he has been put on some committees, and will be volunteering in the parks....
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Peshtigo Mayor Asks For Ok On Grant Applications

Issue Date: April 21, 2021

At the City of Peshtigo Water and Sewer Committee meeting on Tuesday, April 20, Mayor Cathy Malke discussed USDA funding and engineering services for projects.

Malke said, "I put this on the agenda because I am looking into funding to help with projects. To complete this, I need engineering services and I am asking the committee to allow me to work with Taryn Nall of Ruekert Mielke and set a limit to get this grant off the ground". Committee Chairman Tom Gryzwa asked Nall if he had any idea of the cost. Nall replied, "The USDA ap...
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Mask Mandate Ends April 26 For Coleman School District

Issue Date: April 21, 2021

Starting Monday, April 26, students in the Coleman School District can decide if they do or do not want to wear face masks during classes or other activities in the school facilities.

The decision to repeal the district's mask mandate was made by a four to two vote of Coleman School Board after a long, hard, and passionate discussion at their monthly meeting on Monday, April 19. Votes against the repeal were cast by Scott Herzog and Board President Ryan Wendt. Voting in favor were board members Barbara VanDrisse, Jeremy Hoida, Joann...
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