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DEDICATION-A large crowd turned out for the dedication ceremony honoring Joseph Brault, the founder of Coleman, Saturday, June 17. Village President, Glenn Woulf spoke along with Marlene Skowron, a family member of the late Joseph Brault. The memorial bridge is located at Lillian Park in Coleman. TOP PHOTO-Family members and friends gathered at Lillian Park for the dedication ceremony. BOTTOM LEFT PHOTO-Village President Glenn Woulf and Marlene Skowron say a few words to honor Joseph Brault. BOTTOM RIGHT PHOTOMemorial Plaque displayed on the Memorial Bridge in Coleman.

Coleman Founder, Joseph Brault Day Big Success

A dedication celebration for Joseph Brault, founder of Coleman, was held Saturday, June 17 at Lillian Park from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dedication was at noon and music followed.

The bridge site at the park was renamed Joseph Brault Memorial Bridge and a memorial stone was unveiled. A Mass was offered at St. Anne Church on Sunday, June 18 at 8:30 a.m. for Joseph Brault.

Joseph and Eupherium Brault raised their nine children in Coleman including Eugene, Joseph, Justine, Odilon, Julianne, Sinai, Aarine, Edmund and Leon. A table was set ...
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Expect County Pay Plan To Cost $313,385 In 2017

For several years Marinette County department heads have been concerned about good employees leaving county employ to find better pay at similar jobs elsewhere. Currently, most Marinette County employees, unless they were promoted to other jobs, have not moved up in their job grade for at least three years.

The last wage study, done by WipFli, was based on the idea that once the plan was implemented future raises would hinge on employee job performance evaluations. When the plan was adopted, experienced employees were placed in the mid-...
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Town of Peshtigo Names Staudenmaier Vice Chair

At its meeting on Tuesday, June 20, Peshtigo Town Board approved Supervisor 1 Dan Staudenmaier to serve as Vice Chair for the town, should Chair Denise Wiedemeier be absent for any reason. Clerk Clarence Coble said if the board had taken no action, by state law the Supervisor 1 person would have the vice chair post by default.

"We've been extremely busy," Wiedemeier declared. She said as a result of the storm on Sunday, June 11 had called a special emergency town meeting at noon on Tuesday, June 13 for Marinette County Emergency...
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Marinette County Breakfast on the Farm is June 25th

The Marinette County Breakfast on the Farm is Sunday, June 25 at Golden Ridge Dairy in Crivitz from 7:30 a.m. to noon. The farm is located about two miles east of Highway 141 on East 18th Road.

The menu will include all you can eat pancakes, eggs, sausages, cheese curds, locally produced maple syrup, applesauce, milk, juice, coffee and ice cream sundaes.

For kids there will be a petting zoo, Moo-Mania comedy show, kiddie tractor pull, face painting, balloons, kids bouncy play area, airplane candy drop, music, wagon rides, and vi...
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Big Day Of Activities at Crivitz Tuesday, July 4th

Crivitz-Crivitz will host a big parade, park events, live music and fireworks on Tuesday, July 4th beginning with a flag raising ceremony at 10:45 am in front of the Village Hall. The Grace Lutheran Pioneers will raise the flag accompanied by Talor Long, who will sing "the National Anthem".

The American Legion parade will begin at 11 am with the theme "Let Freedom Ring'. The parade route will start at Henriette Ave. and Hall Hay St. and make the customary loop around the downtown area ending at Henriette Ave. and Louis...
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Issue Date Department Headline
06-21-2017Front Page
Coleman Founder, Joseph Brault Day Big Success

06-21-2017Front Page
Expect County Pay Plan To Cost $313,385 In 2017

06-21-2017Front Page
Town of Peshtigo Names Staudenmaier Vice Chair

06-21-2017Front Page
Marinette County Breakfast on the Farm is June 25th

06-21-2017Front Page
Big Day Of Activities at Crivitz Tuesday, July 4th

06-14-2017Front Page
STORM CLEANUP

06-14-2017Front Page
Three Towns Could Qualify for Disaster Aid After Storms Cause Power Outages, Damage

06-14-2017Front Page
Business Owners Interested in Former Porterfield School

06-14-2017Front Page
Marinette Council Tables Resolution Regarding Proposed Back Forty Mine

06-14-2017Front Page
Pound To Settle Village Paving Issues In July

06-14-2017Front Page
Marinette County Forestry Approves $1,353,612 Sale

06-07-2017Front Page
Lemery Brothers Bond Through Storm Chasing

06-07-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Accepts Grants, Plans Old Hammes' Building Demolition

06-07-2017Front Page
Village Coleman Approves Sex Offender Ordinance

06-07-2017Front Page
Marinette Council Awards Sale of Notes for New Rec Center

06-07-2017Front Page
Sex Offender Ordinance Passes Pound Town Board

05-31-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Legion Remembers Deceased with Memorial Day

05-31-2017Front Page
Visioning Session for Marinette County June 7

05-31-2017Front Page
Committee Approves Search For Potential Part-Time Officer

05-31-2017Front Page
Parkinson Expert To Present Updated Research Here June 12

05-31-2017Front Page
Professor Details Risks of Mine, Says "No Chance" for Back Forty

05-24-2017Front Page
Ground Breaking for New Community Rec Center

05-24-2017Front Page
Grant Hearing On County Board May 30 Agenda

05-24-2017Front Page
Oconto County Rejects Variance For B & D Dairy

05-24-2017Front Page
To Present School Needs Study Proposals May 24

05-24-2017Front Page
Oconto County To Take LEC Ownership May 26

05-17-2017Front Page
Law Enforcement Memorial at Marinette May 16th

05-17-2017Front Page
Wausaukee Is Looking At Possible New Well

05-17-2017Front Page
Wage Study Unveiled For Personnel Committee

05-17-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Finance Considers Rate Review of Fees

05-17-2017Front Page
Middle Inlet Considers Sex Offender Ordinance

05-10-2017Front Page
LEGION HONORS TIMM

05-10-2017Front Page
Name Cleereman To Head County Land Information

05-10-2017Front Page
County Plans To End Park Day Use Fees

05-10-2017Front Page
All Officers Re-Elected For Peshtigo School Board

05-10-2017Front Page
Coleman School Approves Energy Efficiencies Contract

05-05-2017Front Page
Brazeau Breaks Ground For New Building

05-05-2017Front Page
Legal Battles Continue Over Sex Offender Home In Pound

05-05-2017Front Page
DA Brey Cites Backlog As Reason He Resigned

05-05-2017Front Page
Gerald Timm Named County Legionnaire Of The Year

05-05-2017Front Page
Marinette Okays Borrowing 17.5 Million For Sports Center

04-26-2017Front Page
Joint Finance Hears State Budget Concerns At Hearing In Marinette

04-26-2017Front Page
State Selects Pound As Home For Sex Offenders

04-26-2017Front Page
Town Of Peshtigo Appoints Holterman New Supervisor

04-26-2017Front Page
Towns Association Urges Broadband Connections

04-26-2017Front Page
State New Owner Of Popular Peshtigo River Access Site

04-19-2017Front Page
Puncer Open Raised $3400 for Charities

04-19-2017Front Page
Tricia Grebin Seated On Marinette County Board

04-19-2017Front Page
Proposed State Budget Good For Peshtigo School Finances

04-19-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Chamber Announces 2017 Persons of the Year

04-19-2017Front Page
Denise Wiedemeier Assumes Role as New Town of Peshtigo Chair

04-12-2017Front Page
Convenience Store Burglars Caught After 2-Day Chase

04-12-2017Front Page
Citizens School Building Committee Meets April 17

04-12-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Council To Reorganize April 18

04-12-2017Front Page
Auditor: 2016 Was Good Year For City of Peshtigo Budget

04-12-2017Front Page
CBA/CRA Salute Nick Witt as 2017 "Person of the Year"

04-06-2017Front Page
Town of Peshtigo Fights Blaze

04-06-2017Front Page
Tri-Town Meeting Sparks Move To Change Sex Offender Law

04-06-2017Front Page
Coleman Board Adopts State Campground Rule

04-06-2017Front Page
Wiedemeier Defeats Pottratz For Peshtigo Town Chair Post

04-06-2017Front Page
Rescue Squads Agree To Seek County Organization

03-29-2017Front Page
Check for New Dog

03-29-2017Front Page
County To Loan $7.5 Million For Marinette Civic Center

03-29-2017Front Page
City Council Meeting Changed to Wednesday

03-29-2017Front Page
Allen Brey Resigns As District Attorney

03-29-2017Front Page
County Board Hires LeFebvre As Marinette County Administrator

03-29-2017Front Page
Voters to Fill School, Town, City, Village Offices April 4

03-22-2017Front Page
Town of Goodman Awarded M&M Grant

03-22-2017Front Page
County Considers Loan For Marinette Project

03-22-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Okays Raises, Awards Town Audit Bid

03-22-2017Front Page
Only One Water Main Freeze-Up This Winter

03-22-2017Front Page
County Board To Air Options For Civic Center Financing

03-15-2017Front Page
Extensive Damage to Porterfield Home

03-15-2017Front Page
Pound Has Slight Hope Sex Offenders Won't Move In

03-15-2017Front Page
Citizens Committee Addresses Peshtigo School Board Meeting

03-15-2017Front Page
Parks and Forestry Discusses Possible New ATV Campground

03-15-2017Front Page
Riverside Cemetery Board To Propose Changes In By-Laws

03-08-2017Front Page
Winds Cause Widespread Power Outages In Area

03-08-2017Front Page
Sheriff: Drug Deaths Down, Jail Overcrowding Is Issue

03-08-2017Front Page
School Study Group Has Much Homework To Do

03-08-2017Front Page
T/Pound Residents Petition Board Against Sex Offender

03-08-2017Front Page
Council Adds $11,240 For Fish Platform Project Plans

03-01-2017Front Page


03-01-2017Front Page
County Board Seats Chaikowski; Debates Civic Center Financing

03-01-2017Front Page
Town of Pound Concerned Over Sex Offender Placement

03-01-2017Front Page
Peshtigo School Board To Consider Policy Changes

03-01-2017Front Page
School Citizens Building Committee Meets March 2

03-01-2017Front Page
Customers Gas Faces State Unfair Billing, Fraud Charges

02-22-2017Front Page
PLACE SECOND

02-22-2017Front Page
County May Donate $1.5 Million For Marinette Community Center

02-22-2017Front Page
Lt. Ducane Is New Traffic Safety Commission Chair

02-22-2017Front Page
Pottratz, Wiedemeier, Staudenmaier, Buechler Win In Town of Peshtigo

02-22-2017Front Page
County Jail Population Nears Excess Capacity

02-15-2017Front Page
Organize Citizens Building Committee for School Options

02-15-2017Front Page
Town of Peshtigo Has Feb. 21 Primaries for Chair, Supervisor

02-15-2017Front Page
Two Week Trial For Menominee Murder Suspect Is Underway

02-15-2017Front Page
Wausaukee Rescue Squad Has Annual Meeting Feb. 12

02-15-2017Front Page
Primaries Feb. 21 For State School Superintendent, Peshtigo Town Offices

02-08-2017Front Page
RECEIVE DEFIBRILLATOR

02-08-2017Front Page
Council Takes No Action On Property Detachment

02-08-2017Front Page
Hope Menekaunee Harbor Can Be Done For Walleye Tournament

02-08-2017Front Page
Coleman Board Declines Reduced Speed Petition

02-08-2017Front Page
Rep. Gallagher Feels Urgency During First Month In Office

02-01-2017Front Page
Fire Destroys Home In Town of Peshtigo

02-01-2017Front Page
Vilas Schroeder Elected County Board Vice Chair

02-01-2017Front Page
Oconto County LEC Still On Budget, Nearly On Schedule

02-01-2017Front Page
Sign Dog Park Lease With Possible Construction In Spring

02-01-2017Front Page
Marinette Forms City Tourism Commission

01-25-2017Front Page
Dettmering Pleads No Contest On Two Intentional Homicide Counts

01-25-2017Front Page
City Committee Rejects Petition for Detachment

01-25-2017Front Page
County Board To Hear Report On Administrator/Coordinator

01-25-2017Front Page
Snow Removal Problems Plague Wausaukee Village

01-25-2017Front Page
Peshtigo Will Establish A Capital Improvement Fund

01-18-2017Front Page
HEAVY DAMAGE

01-18-2017Front Page
Citizen's Building Committee Forming for Peshtigo Schools

01-18-2017Front Page
County HHS Committee Remembers Kathy Just

01-18-2017Front Page
CBA Is Working On Event Plans

01-18-2017Front Page
Riverside Cemetery Hires Garon as Sexton

01-18-2017Front Page
Town of Peshtigo Okays Committee Appointments

01-11-2017Front Page
WINTER CONDITIONS

01-11-2017Front Page
Miron Sentenced To One Year In Jail, $55,000 Fines

01-11-2017Front Page
Lefebvre Expects Few Changes To Land Information Duties

01-11-2017Front Page
Opera for the Young Performs in Marinette

01-11-2017Front Page
County Jail Faces More Hiring Issues

01-04-2017Front Page
Gallagher Sworn in as Representative of Wisconsin's 8th District

01-04-2017Front Page
Few Challenges in April 4 Election, Primary in Town of Peshtigo Feb. 21

01-04-2017Front Page
Deputies Cannot Accept Woller Gift

01-04-2017Front Page
Peshtigo City Council Approves Raises, Hires Building Inspector

01-04-2017Front Page
Marinette Council Approves Search for New City Hall Site

01-04-2017Front Page
Aquila Gets Two Permits For Back 40 Mine, Need Two More

12-28-2016Front Page
CHRISTMAS FIRE

12-28-2016Front Page
County Board Names LeFebvre To Interim Administrator Position

12-28-2016Front Page
Sauve Urges Supervisors To Relay Info On NEWCAP Aid

12-28-2016Front Page
Peshtigo Council To Meet Tuesday, Jan. 3

12-28-2016Front Page
Listening Session Jan. 4 on School Facility Needs

12-21-2016Front Page
SANTA VISIT

12-21-2016Front Page
Henessee Resigns; LeFebvre To Be Interim Administrator

12-21-2016Front Page
Consider Changes In Spring Load Limits On County Roads

12-21-2016Front Page
Menominee Commission Withholds Mine Road Action

12-21-2016Front Page
City of Peshtigo Dumpster Site To Open Once A Month

12-14-2016Front Page
Krygoski Lights Now at the Harbors

12-14-2016Front Page
County Board to Consider "No Debt" Capital Improvement Plan

12-14-2016Front Page
Flame Road RR Crossing To Get Gates, Signal Lights

12-14-2016Front Page
Coleman School Scores Best In State Report Cards

12-14-2016Front Page
Jail Program Director Resigns For Higher Paying County Job

12-07-2016Front Page
SWEARING IN CEREMONY

12-07-2016Front Page
Name Jillian Schutte To Peshtigo City Council

12-07-2016Front Page
Bousley, Kaufman, Deschane Re-Elected to MCABI Offices

12-07-2016Front Page
Area Groups Recipients of Packer Annual Grants

12-07-2016Front Page
Price Decrease for Bellin Hospitals


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