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HONORED BY CRA/CBAInstead of naming individuals to honor this year for their contributions to the well-being of the greater Crivitz community, both Crivitz Business Association and Crivitz Recreation Association chose to salute Crivitz Fire Department. Left to right with the award plaques are CRA President John Guarisco, Crivitz Fire Chief Rudi Jensen, Assistant Chief Luke Deschane, and CBA President Liz Chapman. The CBA plaque identifies Crivitz Fire Department as its "Person of the Year,” and the CRA plaque declares the fire department as recipient of its annual "Outstanding Service” Award.

Crivitz Fire Department Chosen For CBA/CRA Annual Awards

The crowd of 56 persons at the annual awards banquet sponsored by Crivitz Recreation Association (CRA) and Crivitz Business Association (CBA) enthusiastically applauded the news that Crivitz Fire Department had been chosen for this year's honors by both organizations. The event was held Thursday evening, April 28, at Renee's Dining Room on County X west of Crivitz.

"These great guys are doing what CBA believes in,” CBA President Liz Chapman declared as she presented her organization's "Person of the Year” award for t...
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Council Approves Design, Survey for Civic Center

The Marinette City Council has approved a contract with Somerville, Inc. of Green Bay to provide professional design services for the new Civic Center.  The unanimous vote came during the Tuesday, May 3 Council meeting after a lengthy conversation with Michael Kadow of Somerville about all the elements included in the contract.  The city's public works employees will occasionally take photographs or measure certain items and send them to Somerville electronically to help keep the cost of Somerville's services down.

Kadow outli...
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Lena School Considers Europe Educational Trip for High Schoolers

The Lena School Board gave permission to Social Studies teacher Fritz Weidner to gather the information needed to offer a summer 2017 trip to Europe for next year's high school juniors and seniors.  The trip would be financed by students, families and fundraisers, so there would be no impact on the district's budget.  Weidner is working with a travel agency that specializes in educational tours for students, and tentatively plans a trip to Paris, Munich, and the Alps.  High School Principal Ben Pytleski reported that many of the elig...
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Peshtigo School Ad Hoc Looks To Next Referendum Attempt

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At a long, hard meeting Wednesday, April 27, Peshtigo School District's Facility Ad Hoc Committee talked mostly about reasons voters on Tuesday, April 5 again rejected a referendum that would have allowed construction of a new $33.9 million middle school/high school and what they can do differently next time to get the "yes” vote that they want. A referendum in November that would have allowed borrowing $32 million for the same school failed by 64 votes.

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Coleman Considers ATV Trails in Village

ColemanThe Coleman Village Board plans a public hearing to seek input on the use of four wheel all terrain vehicles.  The decision came after a lengthy discussion among members at their May 2 meeting about updating routes for ATV Trails in the village and what rules would govern use of the vehicles.  Trustee Jeff Gosa presented the results of his research on the topic, which included conversations with officials from the Wisconsin DNR, the Marinette County Highway Department, and area snowmobile and ATV clubs.

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Issue Date Department Headline
05-04-2016Front Page
Crivitz Fire Department Chosen For CBA/CRA Annual Awards

05-04-2016Front Page
Council Approves Design, Survey for Civic Center

05-04-2016Front Page
Lena School Considers Europe Educational Trip for High Schoolers

05-04-2016Front Page
Peshtigo School Ad Hoc Looks To Next Referendum Attempt

05-04-2016Front Page
Coleman Considers ATV Trails in Village

04-28-2016Front Page
State Commander, Historian Guests At Legionnaire Dinner

04-28-2016Front Page
Peshtigo OKs Kutz Road Pay, Pottratz Admits Error

04-28-2016Front Page
Janke To Replace Longsine As Oconto County Chief Deputy

04-28-2016Front Page
Investigation Complete in Death of 2 City Residents

04-28-2016Front Page
Coleman School Board To Meet On Non-Renewals

04-20-2016Front Page
Emergency Rescue Squad Gets Chest Compressor

04-20-2016Front Page
County Board Elects Mark Anderson Chair, 17 to 12

04-20-2016Front Page
Bauer Gains Two Votes In Recount, Van Beek Still Wins

04-20-2016Front Page
Marinette County Hires New Facilities Director

04-20-2016Front Page
Peshtigo Chamber Announces 2016 Persons of the Year Award Winners

04-13-2016Front Page
Peshtigo Vet Clinic Moves To New Site

04-13-2016Front Page
Three Coleman Teachers Get Non Renewal Notices

04-13-2016Front Page
Three New Supervisors On Oconto County Board

04-13-2016Front Page
Auditor: City of Peshtigo Is In Good Financial Condition

04-13-2016Front Page
More Elections On Horizon In August and November

04-06-2016Front Page
Peshtigo Students Honor Late Classmate, Runner

04-06-2016Front Page
Marinette Marine Constructs LCS-25

04-06-2016Front Page
Town of Peshtigo Keeps Both Board Members

04-06-2016Front Page
8 New Members On Marinette Co. Board

03-30-2016Front Page
Chaplain Dennis Alexander Named Legionnaire of Year

03-30-2016Front Page
Heated Dispute Erupts On Wausaukee Village Board

03-30-2016Front Page
County Board Strips Highway Committee Oversight Authority

03-30-2016Front Page
4 School Districts Have Referendums

03-30-2016Front Page
Coleman Band Director Retires, Funds Adequate for Playground

03-23-2016Front Page
Walker Signs Nygren HOPE Bills In Marinette

03-23-2016Front Page
New County Rule Strips Highway Committee Duties

03-23-2016Front Page
Peshtigo School Open House for Referendum on March 30

03-23-2016Front Page
Cemetery Board Told Finances Good So Far

03-23-2016Front Page
Hometown Hero Banner Program Proving Popular

03-16-2016Front Page
Fire Damages O’Neil House

03-16-2016Front Page
Crivitz School Board Hears Update on Lawsuit

03-16-2016Front Page
New Town of Peshtigo Fire “Tender” To Arrive Thursday

03-16-2016Front Page
Peshtigo Board Approves Longer School Days in 2017

03-16-2016Front Page
Group Says Per Student Cost Is $3,222 Over Open Enrollment Aid

03-09-2016Front Page
Fire Destroys Home In Town Of Porterfield

03-09-2016Front Page
Dismiss 2012 Peshtigo River Dredging Case

03-09-2016Front Page
Request For Handicapped ATV Use May Go To State

03-09-2016Front Page
Marinette Commission Okays Site Plans For New Hospital

03-09-2016Front Page
Concern, Support For New School Referendum Spark Ad Hoc Debate

03-02-2016Front Page
Public Opposes DOT Plan Harmful To Eagle Express

03-02-2016Front Page
Peshtigo Council Approves Hefty Hike In Sewer Rates

03-02-2016Front Page
Oconto County Cuts Tax Deed Redemption Time To 90 Days

03-02-2016Front Page
Marinette To Borrow $6 Million Mostly For New Civic Center

03-02-2016Front Page
Lintereur Chosen Posthumously for Conservation Hall of Fame

02-24-2016Front Page
Marinette County Drug Court Celebrates Its First Graduate

02-24-2016Front Page
Clarify Snowmobile, ATV Citation Report

02-24-2016Front Page
Extend Peshtigo Middle/High School Class Time 15 Minutes

02-24-2016Front Page
Highway Committee Procedures Don’t Comply With State Statute

02-24-2016Front Page
$25,000 Cash Bond Set For Human Trafficking

02-17-2016Front Page
Helicopter Pilot Safe After Menominee Crash

02-17-2016Front Page
County Board To Consider Pay For Elected Officials

02-17-2016Front Page
Former Employee Questions Recycling Center Comments

02-17-2016Front Page
Contractor Chosen For Highway 180

02-17-2016Front Page
County’s Transition to Family Care Successful

02-17-2016Front Page
Peshtigo Group Plans Efforts To Pass School Referendum

02-10-2016Front Page
RESPOND TO FIRE

02-10-2016Front Page
Set March 1 Hearing On Peshtigo Sewer Rate Hike

02-10-2016Front Page
Land Committee Acts On Road, Seek DNR Grant

02-10-2016Front Page
Chances Good For City Fish Viewing Platform Grant

02-10-2016Front Page
Horses, Fire Towers, Deer On County Forest Agenda

02-03-2016Front Page
Drug Court Exceeds Hopes, Now Looking At Mental Court

02-03-2016Front Page
Crivitz School Considers Background Check Options

02-03-2016Front Page
Peshtigo Chamber Takes Nominations for Richard Roland Persons of the Year

02-03-2016Front Page
Storm Causes Business, All Schools Closings

02-03-2016Front Page
Marinette Council Approves Annexation of New Hospital Site

01-27-2016Front Page
Cold Water Rescue Training

01-27-2016Front Page
County Writes Off $500,000 Loan To Defunct Company

01-27-2016Front Page
Judge Hears Crivitz Suit Oral Arguments

01-27-2016Front Page
Wausaukee Faces March Water Inspection Deadline

01-27-2016Front Page
Hattie St. Bridge Project Outlined at Public Meet

01-27-2016Front Page
DOT To Air Hwy. 41 Plans At 5 p.m. Public Meet Jan. 28

01-20-2016Front Page
Again Ask City To Okay 12% Sewer Rate Hike

01-20-2016Front Page
Peshtigo School Board OKs $33.9 Million Referendum

01-20-2016Front Page
Pottratz Hopes Crowd At Jan. 28 DOT/Hwy. 41 Meet

01-20-2016Front Page
Salt Sand Available For MI Town Residents

01-20-2016Front Page
County Board To Act On Appointment, Grant

01-13-2016Front Page
Financial Irregularities Again Shake Wausaukee Rescue

01-13-2016Front Page
Ad Hoc Group Backs Repeat School Referendum In April

01-13-2016Front Page
Co. Highway Compromises on Concrete Driveway Aprons

01-13-2016Front Page
DNR Announces Fire Towers Will Be Closed

01-13-2016Front Page
Law Enforcement Strengthens Drug Work with Grants

01-06-2016Front Page
Yooper Plunge

01-06-2016Front Page
Council Wants Another Look At Sewer Rate Hike

01-06-2016Front Page
Coleman Resident Voices Anger About Village Officials Behavior

01-06-2016Front Page
Riverside Cemetery Annual, Regular Meeting Jan. 11

01-06-2016Front Page
Council Okays Mall TIF District, Hears Plans for New BAMC

12-29-2015Front Page
Season First Storm Drops 10-12 Inches

12-29-2015Front Page
Forestry, Parks Committee Still Pondering ATV Issues

12-29-2015Front Page
Snowmobile Route Through Peshtigo Again Hits Snag

12-29-2015Front Page
Water, Sewer Committees Recommends Rate Hike

12-29-2015Front Page
Dama Retains Seat In Crivitz School Recall

12-22-2015Front Page
True Meaning For The Season

12-22-2015Front Page
View Krygoski “Jesus Is The Reason” Display This Week

12-22-2015Front Page
Wausaukee Hwy. 141 Rebuild Again On DOT 2016 Schedule

12-22-2015Front Page
Tight Finances Projected For Coleman Schools

12-22-2015Front Page
Wausaukee School OKs Day Care Center Plans

12-16-2015Front Page
County Board Meets New UW Dean, CONRED Agent

12-16-2015Front Page
No Dog Park On Old Peshtigo Landfill Sites

12-16-2015Front Page
Marinette Room Taxes May Help To Fund New City Rec Center 

12-16-2015Front Page
Peshtigo Sewer Rate Increase Is Coming

12-09-2015Front Page
New Signs For Peshtigo School

12-09-2015Front Page
Propose Changes In County Committee Oversight Rules

12-09-2015Front Page
County To Look At Elected Official Pay

12-09-2015Front Page
Krygoski Family Again Invites Public To Christmas Display

12-09-2015Front Page
Public Questions Ad Hoc Group on New School Design, Impact

12-02-2015Front Page
SAVE STRUCTURE

12-02-2015Front Page
Christmas in Marinette Parade, Events Dec. 5

12-02-2015Front Page
Peshtigo Tree Lighting at Triangle Park Dec. 5

12-02-2015Front Page
Co. Highway Gets Grant To Improve Co. Road G

12-02-2015Front Page
Middle Inlet Town Tax Levy Up 0.6 Percent

11-24-2015Front Page
Six Area Fire Departments Respond to Peshtigo Fire

11-24-2015Front Page
Holiday Events Mark Start Of Christmas In Timesland

11-24-2015Front Page
County Forests Again Are Producing Record Income

11-24-2015Front Page
USS Milwaukee Officially Enters Active Service 

11-24-2015Front Page
Wausaukee Village Board Hears 2016 Budget Report

11-20-2015Front Page
Kick Off Salvation Army Bell Ringing at Lee’s Foods

11-20-2015Front Page
Miron Case Proceeds, To Be Arraigned Dec. 17

11-20-2015Front Page
Crivitz School District Will Have Dec. 22 Recall Vote

11-20-2015Front Page
Referendum Uncertain For Peshtigo Schools

11-20-2015Front Page
New Procedures for MABAS System To Begin January 1

11-11-2015Front Page
County Board Adopts Budget, 2 Per Cent Employee Raises

11-11-2015Front Page
Ten Participants in County Drug Court

11-11-2015Front Page
County Considers Electronic Recording of Property Deeds

11-11-2015Front Page
Tri-City Area United Way Seeks Donations, Volunteers

11-11-2015Front Page
Peshtigo Seeks Grants, Donations for Fish Platform

11-04-2015Front Page
Peshtigo Voters Reject High School Referendum

11-04-2015Front Page
Crivitz School Brief Hearing is Nov. 16

11-04-2015Front Page
Marinette County Board’s Buildings and Properties Committee for over a year has been wrestling with problems at the Senior Center building in Niagara and the UW-Marinette Field House and River Cities Pool building in Marinette, where high humidity from th

11-04-2015Front Page
Niagara Senior Center, UW Field House Needs Viewed

11-04-2015Front Page
Marinette Invites Applications For Ward 8 Alderman Post

10-28-2015Front Page
Great Turnout for St. Mary 150th Anniversary Celebration

10-28-2015Front Page
Voters To Decide $32.995 Million Peshtigo School Issue On Nov. 3

10-28-2015Front Page
Peshtigo School Tax Rate To Be $11.10 Per $1,000

10-28-2015Front Page
Peshtigo School Tax Rate To Be $11.10 Per $1,000

10-28-2015Front Page
Sidewalk Hearing, Budget On City Council Agenda

10-28-2015Front Page
School Board Acts Ons Tax Levy, Hear Petitioners

10-21-2015Front Page
St. Mary Parish Will Mark 150 Years Oct. 25

10-21-2015Front Page
Father Harper First Priest Son of St. Mary Parish

10-21-2015Front Page
Executive Committee Upholds Highway Driveway Decision

10-21-2015Front Page
Beecher/Dunbar/Pembine School Taxes Jump Again

10-21-2015Front Page
Predict Peshtigo Will Need To Borrow For Major Needs

10-14-2015Front Page
Peshtigo Students Tour 3 Industries for Career Day

10-14-2015Front Page
County Moves Forward With New Park Staffing

10-14-2015Front Page
Agriculture Land Owners Now Liable For Tenant Violations

10-14-2015Front Page
Hennessee Outlines Proposed 2015 Marinette County Budget


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