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Fire Scene - Firefighters from the City of Peshtigo and Town of Peshtigo Fire Departments responded to a structure fire at Luigi's Pizza on Friday, April 30. When city firefighters arrived on scene the rear of the building was burning. They immediately knocked down the flames which prevented extension to the rest of the building. The inside of the business sustained some smoke and water damage and is closed but Mark Huhtala owner of the business plans to reopen Friday. The City of Peshtigo Fire Department was on scene at Luigi's within one minute of the call due to the fact they were just returning from a previous call earlier in the evening. Firefighters are pictured on the roof checking for possible fire extension while damage to the rear of the building where the fire started can also be seen.

City Firefighters Respond To Blaze at Luigi's Pizza

Issue Date: May 5, 2021

An early evening fire caused considerable damage to Luigi's Pizza 880 Frontage Road in Peshtigo. The City of Peshtigo Fire Department responded to the fire at 5:59 p.m., on Friday April 30.

Upon arrival firefighters discovered the rear of the building was on fire. Firefighters quickly knocked down the flames but some smoke entered the restaurant. All patrons present at the time along with employees were evacuated. Firefighters had to go through the roof to check for possible fire extension. A MABAS working still was called which ...
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Grandaw Seated As Crivitz Village President, Behrendt Elected Trustee

Issue Date: May 5, 2021

At the Crivitz Village Board meeting on Wednesday, April 28 Trustee Amy Grandaw resigned to accept her new role as Village President, and Ross Behrendt was promptly elected to fill the resulting trustee vacancy. Grandaw was elected village president on April 6. The trustee position Grandaw vacated would have ended on April 27, 2022.

Before the meeting adjourned, village residents were reminded that the village's 30th annual Spring Cleanup will be held on Saturday, May 15, and again the volunteer firemen have offered to pick up large...
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John LaCombe Selected As New Marinette Police Chief

Issue Date: May 5, 2021

Prior to the City of Marinette Common Council meeting on Tuesday, May 4, a special Board of Public Works Committee meeting was held for approval of several agenda items.

City Engineer Brian Miller said, "Every year ECS Midwest comes to Marinette when we need them on a time and material basis to test the soils and gravel base for various street projects for 2021. Authorization was given to move forward with ECS to provide the services needed on a time a material basis.

Next item was review of the annual traffic signal preventat...
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Coleman School Board Will Set Wages, Meal Prices On May 10

Issue Date: May 5, 2021

Coleman School Board has a long and busy agenda for its meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, May 10 in the District Board Room. Among other things, they will elect officers and approve committee appointments for the coming year; discuss and possibly approve employee compensation rates for the coming term, discuss student handbooks, view the 2021-22 preliminary budget, and set milk and meal prices for the coming school year.

They will also get updates on plans for summer school, graduation and other end of the school year events, and are expected t...
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Peshtigo Town To Establish Key Log

Issue Date: May 5, 2021

A special Town of Peshtigo meeting was held on Tuesday, April 27 with a lengthy discussion for possible approval of a plan regarding access to Town property.

Town Supervisor Cindy Baur mentioned, "There are several areas of the property we need access to. Supervisor Kristin Edgar and I have been working a lot on the recycling center and I am speaking for all of the supervisors, that we need access to all the town's buildings, including the garage for supplies for the recycling center, the printer for the ability to make copies, th...
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