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Issue Date: March 24, 2021

Dear Editor:

I will be voting to re-elect Marinette Mayor Steve Genisot on April 6th.

Why? Because I served as Alderperson a few years ago and have seen first-hand all the positive things Steve has done and is doing for the citizens of Marinette since he has been our Mayor.

His love for the City of Marinette and his drive to continue to make Marinette a city we can all be proud of, is evident in the building of the REC Center, the improvements and the growth we have seen with the Marinette Marine Shipyard Expansion, renovations of Menekaunee Harbor and the new businesses that have come to Marinette especially with the mall redevelopment.

I'm proud to endorse, support and vote for Steve Genisot for Mayor of the City of Marinette and I hope you will to.

Shirley A. Kaufman,

Marinette



Editor:

There is only one party running this country now, and with its ultra liberal legislation and policies it wouldn't be far off to call it the communist party.

The great covid relief bill written and passed by those commies gets only 9% of it to citizens.

State employees get a 25,000 dollar bonus, Federal employees can stay home with their kids for 15 weeks and get 5600 dollars plus their pay each month.

Union pension funds get 85 billion, city and blue states get 350 billion, and on and on. They did grant 20 billion to small businesses, but they have to pay it back, not so for any one else.

Lets not forget 1.4 million illegals who will get a check for $1400.

I wonder who is really running the nation. Biden belongs in a nursing home.

Respectfully,

Robert Davis,

Town of Peshtigo



Editor:

Is the Republican position of the Presidential election outcome one of a cult?

It seems to me that a large part of the Republican party is consumed by the belief in a lie about Trump's outcome. American History Professor Du Mez summed it up this way " "It's a cause that really works against any perception of the common good, or any idea of loving your neighbor as yourself, or any idea of common grace, that there can be goodness and human flourishing and truth outside of your church, your sect, or, you know, your base." Trump lost the election based on three compelling facts. He lost the certified Electoral College vote by 306 to 232, his Attorney General William Barr found no evidence of widespread voter fraud, and Trump's cybersecurity office called 2020 the most secure election in US history. The justification for the lie, and demonization of Democrats and some Republicans is that divine destiny dictated that Trump won therefore he won by a lot, or he should have.

This radicalized thinking has a long history from the Inquisition, Christian Holy wars, Witch trials, Native American killing and forced Re-education programs, Christian cults, the Taliban and radical Islamic sects.

If we treasure this country, we'll expand the peoples vote to be inclusive, and respect certified election results. WE need to respect people more than any church or ideology.

Gilbert Engel

Niagara, WI



Editor:

The candidate comparisons in that political flyer from Karl Jaeger didn't reflect Elijah Behnke's platform published online. I usually email the victimized candidate in search of the truth but in this case, I simply went online to Elijah's website and easily found all of the information needed for a good candidate. It contained specific interesting points for each of the categories so outlined in the comparisons. Relative to PFAS, John Nygren and Dave Hansen were involved in this and with both retiring, this issue will be passed down to Elijah if he so wins and will have to work with Eric Wimberger. The leg work of this project should be the job of an environmental engineer and believe the county board recently hired one prior to my grandson's graduation who has a degree in environmental science and it was too late for him to apply. Possibly the engineer is involved with this and he should be the authoritative figure who has the voice to congress and demand correction or institute the bill with the DNR. Making a political issue out of this is dangerous especially if the water is tainted as more people will fall ill in the meantime. Politicians aren't cut out for water investigations as their respective backgrounds aren't cut out for the job at hand as evidenced by what we're dealing with in Washington with the Bartender and attorney/professional politician dictating environmental science and energy to the country. Mr. Behnke did address the re-opening of schools along with use of tax dollars. Health insurance is a federal issue at present and our Badger Care does cover those who need it at a given FPL. Expansion was addressed by Governor Walker and if there was a savings, he wouldn't found it.

My husband, Roger, and I are both Pro-God and Pro-Life. We are so happy that Elijah will fight for religious freedom and the protection of the unborn child. He also supports law enforcement and the safety of our communities. The second amendment is very important to the hunters along with protecting ourselves and family from danger. The democrats are now trying to take this constitutional right away from us. Elijah supports the second amendment. With this disastrous crisis on the border, drugs are being poured into our country and communities. This is serious. Elijah said that he would continue to support legislation relative toward Opioid Addiction and Mental Health. This would be a continuation of the work done by John Nygren.

We never found these topics addressed by Mr. Jaeger along with the mention of Workforce Development, Apprenticeship Programs, and the needs of small business. But then, the democrats refuse to close the border, yet lock up the capitol. Their platform includes late term abortion and now they want to defund the police and some communities are starting with the 1612 school curriculum which pertains to race, etc. As we slowly watch the gas prices go up, it's pretty obvious more money is donated to the democrat party from the trucking/shipping industry than the pipeline. Being cheaper and safer doesn't matter. It's very scary! They took away Dr. Seuss, Mr. Potato Head, Speedy Gonzales, Peter Pan, Sylvester the Cat, and now considering Little House on the Prairie. When they come for our Bibles, I will smile and tell the "woke" person at the door to "wake up" and study it carefully as Roger and I have many verses memorized in our hearts.

Remember to vote on April 6th.

On Wisconsin!

Irene Pillath



Dear Editor,

As you know, there is a special election for Wisconsin's 89th Assembly District on April 6th. I'm writing to explain why I support Karl Jaeger.

Karl is currently an elected Supervisor on the Marinette County Board. He's pledged to reintroduce the CLEAR Act to regulate PFAS and supports restoring our "Prove it First" sulfide mining law. He also supports the recent budget to expand healthcare access and expand broadband throughout the state. He's also said that he's ready to go to Madison to do the work for our district.

By comparison, Elijah Behnke has said he plans to spend as little time in Madison as possible. When asked about PFAS, he declined to comment. He also doesn't appear to have anything in the way of a comprehensive plan for expanding broadband access in Wisconsin. We need safe water, and we need high tech jobs if this area is going to compete with the rest of the world.

Right now, the lack of fast, inexpensive broadband access is making our businesses less competitive and our communities less desirable. Having broadband access in the 21st century is the same economic driver that electricity was in the 20th century. We need a representative who understands this and is willing to work to improve broadband access for everyone in rural Wisconsin.

The choice for me is clear. I support Mr. Jaeger because he has demonstrated his commitment to the citizens and communities of the District, and to the future of Wisconsin as a whole. He has a history of public service and experience in the government.

I encourage my neighbors in the 89th Assembly District to vote for Karl Jaeger on April 6th.

Thank you,

Michael Moran

Suamico, WI

Dear Editor:

The Peshtigo community has repeatedly asked to address the Peshtigo Middle/High School (PMHS) needs in an economical way. This time, they listened! The proposed plan preserves the historic, structurally sound building, and modernizes the facility and curriculum to meet needs for today, tomorrow, and years to come. This is the best remodel referendum solution ever presented. It solves building, operational, and education issues without all the wants. Borrowing is historically low and construction costs continue rising. Funding is always difficult, but I hope the community does the right thing for the right solution. The longer we wait, the less our money buys, and the fewer opportunities for Peshtigo students. I have attended virtual meetings and asked questions of the superintendent and Board, and I believe this an excellent solution that's not just a band-aid. THE TIME IS NOW. Please help build a better PMHS future. Vote Yes April 6th on the Peshtigo school referendum. Find out more at a Virtual meeting April 1st or an In-person meeting March 31st.

The building needs approximately 14 million dollars for system replacements and upgrades, which would last just as long as a new building. Completing one of these without addressing the others, would not allow for system compatibility and function. The referendum includes additional space for technology, trades, and manufacturing, which better supports curriculum direction with modern types of classes and learning styles to match local job markets. High schools don't provide the curriculum expertise like colleges but identifies a possible path and exposure to additional opportunities with these spaces. Some of the school needs include: commons (lunch space), media center, gymnasium expansion (phys ed and athletics), performance spaces, better allocated and sized classrooms and labs, expanded community use opportunities, better ventilation and air quality for germ reduction, humidity control for technology longevity, temperature control, and more. Peshtigo can't plan only for today, we need to plan for every day.

I implore you to vote April 6th, knowing when you say yes, it says it's a good plan improving curriculum and building needs, is a better way to educate, and we're willing to Vote yes to support PMHS and invest in Peshtigo Students.

More information at: https://www.peshtigo.k12.wi.us/districtinfo/referendum_2021

Learn how at: https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/

Tricia (Dura) Kleikamp



Dear Editor:

We would like you to know a little about the Zack Lossett that we know and love. He married our daughter, Kelsey, and they have given us three beautiful grandchildren Jace, Daxton, and Marley. He is one of the best husbands and fathers, and we are proud to call him our son-in-law. He was raised in Mississippi, but his heart is now in Peshtigo. His character is one of integrity and upstanding morals. He is hardworking and we know he will give his total best efforts to Peshtigo.

Zack is running for City of Peshtigo Alderperson for District 3. Does Zack have experience in city politics? No, but then neither did any of the current Peshtigo City alderpersons. We all must start somewhere. His drive and passion to make this city great warms our hearts. Without a doubt, he will do what is best for Peshtigo and its people. He will not be afraid to ask the difficult questions and his votes on issues will only be cast after he is sure of all the consequences of his decisions. His votes will not be taken lightly, and we guarantee you that he will not fold under pressure. He will not vote on issues until he is sure Peshtigo, and the residents will benefit. He will be transparent. He will answer your questions truthfully and earn your trust. He will research issues and come to council meetings prepared. He will be the progressive, young thinker that Peshtigo needs. He will always work toward the great future of Peshtigo.

Please vote for Zackary Lossett on Tuesday, April 6, 2021. Thank you.

Steve and Cindy Sutek



Editor:

As a recently retired middle and high school teacher who has worked in the Oconto Falls and Marinette School Districts, public education is very important to me. I believe it is the foundation for our economic future and is the basis for the opportunities our children will have as they grow into adults and enter society as independent citizens. A candidate's position on public education plays a tremendous role on who I'll cast my vote for. I am going to vote for Karl Jaeger to represent us in the 89th Assembly District, April 6th, because he supports restoring two-thirds state funding of public education.

Property taxes in Wisconsin are high enough. More state money to support our local schools, especially our smaller school districts, is needed. Karl is pro-public education. I think he will work for us to make that happen.

Thank you.

Tom Karban



Dear Editor:

Once again it is school referendum time. What a difference a few years make. The last referendum it was the aisles were too narrow. The classrooms were too small. Asbestos hiding everywhere. Boiler was shot. Still running. This was wrong - that was wrong. It was sell the high school in a year or put several million dollars in the budget to smash it down, and haul it to the dump. Make a green area out of it.

Now same high school, we can fix everything. Still NO blueprints drawn up that I know of. Go to the bank for a new house loan without plans and see how far you get.

Our committee of 29 people, are they all resident taxpayers? Last referendum we had help from everywhere. How many were on the last committee? How many are teachers - past teachers or spouses? How many are school employees or relatives from Janitors to superintendent?

City of Peshtigo taxpayers - I feel for you! Street referendum $124 per $100,000 home, water bill up $37.77 per quarter, $151.00 per year, new sewer line under the river $600,000-$700,000, new school referendum $160 per $100,000 home. Roughly comes to $435 per $100,000 home on top of what you pay now.

The farmers in Town of Grover haven't had a good year in many. They are struggling to get by. We need time to give them a break and hope they make it.

The businesses in Peshtigo (what we have left) had a poor year with shutting down for Covid and it isn't done yet. It is time to give them a chance to get back to normal and get up and running full time.

The out of District students are costing us a lot of money. First we get considerably less money from the state compared to resident students. Secondly we get no school taxes from their parents toward a rebuilding project.

We are not here to build schools for all of Marinette and Oconto counties.

When you are out of room - out of district students are told NO. How many out of district students do we have in the Peshtigo School System? I have heard between 100-150. How many years is the referendum for? Kept pretty quiet. I have not come past this reading the local paper or brochures from the School Board.

If it is 30 years hoping not 40 people in their mid 50's starting to think about retirement that leaving you to pay for the school until you are in your 80's. Something to look forward to!

I think it is time to bring in some of the other companies that applied. I believe there were 4 more. Get another opinion or 3 on what can be done with the needs of the district and not the wants.

Please vote on April 6, 2021.

Roger Schoenfeldt

Town of Peshtigo



Dear Editor,

I am writing in support of the reelection of Mayor Steve Genisot.

Steve has kept his campaign promises. The Community REC Center was something previous city administrations and local groups had been trying to build for many years. Steve's leadership and the commitment of others made it a reality. The Mall and surrounding area had been stagnant for many years. New business and development during his time in office have revitalized the area. Progress has been and continues to be made in the downtown area.

He spends many hours working with developers to bring new business and housing to Marinette. He supports and promotes local business through his Mayor's Minute and the weekly highlights of businesses on the City of Marinette website. His support of local activities is evident by his attendance at many events.

Steve realizes the importance of industry to the city and has earned the respect of local industry leaders. His accomplishments and professionalism resulted in an appointment to the board of directors of the Wisconsin League of Municipalities and an invitation to the White House Roundtable on Housing Affordability. His management style and dedication have earned him the respect of Marinette's Common Council. Seven of its members have publicly stated their support of his reelection.

Mayor Genisot has always worked in the best interests of the city and Marinette has seen tremendous growth during his six years in office. I urge you to vote for Steve Genisot for Mayor on April 6.

Dorothy Kowalski,

Common Council President,

Alderperson At-Large



Dear Editor:

Mike Behnke is an asset to the City of Peshtigo. He has served as alderman in District 2 for the past 14 years. He is very knowledgeable and fully understands the operation of the city. During Mayor Malke's medical absence, Mike stepped in and worked tirelessly to keep the city moving forward. Mike takes the time to research all the issues and has proven time and time again that he makes sound decisions that have made a positive impact for the City of Peshtigo and its citizens.

A vote for Mike Behnke is a vote for the continued growth for the City of Peshtigo.

Debbie Sievert,

Peshtigo



Editor:

At a recent Middle Inlet Town Board meeting, a concern was raised about my running for a position of Supervisor. The concern was an injunction granted, based on the past clerk "feeling threatened" by requests for financial records. The injunction limits my open records request to be submitted by U.S. Mail, which is exactly the method I have always used. In addition, the plaintiff provided two specific claims in testimony that were totally false, displaying a firearm during a contact, and procuring financial records from SNBT after my official term had expired.

In no way does the injunction prevent me from executing the duties of Town Board Supervisor.

It is impossible to defend against claims of "feeling" and false accusations - "he said vs. she said".

Those that know me know these claims are contrary to my demeanor and character. They can conclude, for themselves, the validity of the petition submitted for this injunction.

Charles D. Stanek,

Middle Inlet



Dear Editor:

If someone were to explain to you how we could rid ourselves of COVID 19 (and its' successors) I am certain most of you would be interested. If you knew that it would require learning a bit about viruses and performing at-home self-testing during viral outbreaks I bet a majority of you would want to participate.

The COVID 19 pandemic has led to hundreds of thousands of deaths and cost the world's economies trillions of dollars. Yet for 20-40 billion dollars we could stop it (and future viral outbreaks) from spreading.

The vaccinations have been welcome. The speed with which they were developed is a great example of how governments and private companies can work together for the common good.

However, the current COVID 19 testing has not helped us contain the spread of this virus. It's main flaw is that it cannot tell us if someone is infectious/contagious. One can test positive for the virus for 40 days, yet we are only capable of spreading COVID for three to five days! It almost never correctly identifies those individuals who need to be quarantined.

Watch (via you tube) one of the Michael Mina, MD (Harvard epidemiologist) interviews to learn how we can stifle COVID (and other virus) now. Then contact our state and national leaders (these folks are supposed to be "public servants") and demand that this public health disaster be taken care of immediately. If they are unwilling to help us, we will replace them (during the next election) with people who can address this major problem.

Peter J. Kurtz, OD,

Menominee, Ml



Editor:

In support of Ms. Debbie Sievert, Alderman reelection

Tri-Tec Manufacturing, LLC was told of 10 acres of property for sale by a senior leader of Fincantieri Marinette Marine in the Peshtigo Industrial Park. The property fit into our expansion plans to build a facility in support of the shipyard and the emerging Frigate Program. The building we propose will be multi-purpose in nature and will employ p to 50 employees. Tri-Tec is a vertically integrated manufacturing company located in the Pacific Northwest with offices in Norfolk VA and Bay Minette, AL.

I flew in from Kent, WA (Seattle area) to attend the UDAG committee meeting which was chaired by Ms. Sievert. The meeting was professionally organized and well-orchestrated. I was asked very pertinent questions concerning my intentions, all protecting the people of the City of Peshtigo and you city's industrial tax base. Ms. Sievert was very knowledgeable about UDAG and how it would not only benefit the city but my upcoming plans as well.

Based upon my interactions with the UDAG committee and Ms. Sievert, I am pleased to support her reelection to the position of city Alderman where she can carry on the fine work with UDAG and as the Chairman of the Finance Committee.

Mark A. Haller, President

Tri-Tec Manufacturing


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04-21-2021Front Page
Mask Mandate Ends April 26 For Coleman School District

04-21-2021Community - Coleman
Coleman Legion Flags For Sale, Meet May 4

04-21-2021Community - Coleman
Coleman School Cancels Reunion for Classes 1943-65

04-21-2021Community - Coleman
Zeitler Wins United Coop Scholarship

04-21-2021Community - Coleman
Lena Lions Club Annual Fish Fry

04-21-2021Community - Coleman
Lena School Board Officers Reelected

04-21-2021Community - Crivitz
Middle Inlet Recount Shows No Change In Supervisor Race

04-21-2021Community - Crivitz
Crivitz Library Book Sale Until May 13th


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