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Westlund Bus Delivers

Issue Date: March 25, 2020

Meals are being delivered to 12 locations in Marinette courtesy of Westlund Bus lines to any child under age 18 and adults can pick up meals for kids who do not need to be present. Meals are available Monday through Friday. No sign up is necessary, just show up. For reliability, the buses may be early to a location, but will depart locations on time, according to Tom Westlund. Meals are also available daily at Marinette Middle, High and Park Schools, from 11 a.m. to noon. Bus 91 Porterfield Route is 11:20-11:30 am  Highway 180 and Highway G (...
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Wisconsin, Michigan Governors Issue Orders to Stay at Home

Issue Date: March 25, 2020

Highways and byways in Marinette,Menominee and Oconto counties and pretty much all across the nation are strangely quiet this week. Schools, churches, libraries, bars and all non-essential businesses are closed. To prevent spread of the coronavirus, governors of Wisconsin, Michigan and several other states have banned gatherings of more than 10 people and have issued stay-at-home orders for all but essential outings for things like groceries, medications and employment in essential businesses.

Even jails are not accepting new inmates ex...
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Executive Committee, Not County Board, To Meet By Phone March 31

Issue Date: March 25, 2020

For perhaps the first time since Marinette County became a county, there will be no County Board meeting in March. Due to the state of emergency that has been declared due to coronavirus issues, instead of a meeting of the full 30-member County Board the 7-member Executive Committee will convene via telephone at 9 a.m. Tuesday, March 31 to deal with necessary County Board business.

The meeting will include a 9:05 a.m. public hearing on a proposed Community Development Block Grant to fund some improvements in the City of Niagara, and per...
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PFAS, Roads, County Issues Aired At Porterfield Meeting

Issue Date: March 25, 2020

During time for public comment at the Town of Porterfield's regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, March 11, Town of Lake resident Ken Marcusen urged people to have wells tested for PFAS contamination, and passed along the information that regular tests to determine quality of drinking water do not include tests for PFAS. The test for PFAS can be done by Northern Lakes Service of Crandon for $350 to $400, and added that he is having his well tested because he doesn't want his family drinking contaminated water.

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Peshtigo Times Lists Hours For Coronavirus Outbreak

Issue Date: March 25, 2020

Due to the recently issued "Safer At Home" order put in effect by Governor Tony Evers on Wednesday, March 25, the Peshtigo Times office will be closed effective March 25 and will continue to be closed through Friday, April 24 unless otherwise advised.

Staff will be present to produce the paper but doors WILL NOT be open to the Public. Any business that anyone needs to take care of, can be done via: Email: news@peshtigotimes.com or Phone: 715-582-4541 or visit our website at www.peshtigotimes.com.

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03-25-2020Front Page
Westlund Bus Delivers

03-25-2020Front Page
Wisconsin, Michigan Governors Issue Orders to Stay at Home

03-25-2020Front Page
Executive Committee, Not County Board, To Meet By Phone March 31

03-25-2020Front Page
PFAS, Roads, County Issues Aired At Porterfield Meeting

03-25-2020Front Page
Peshtigo Times Lists Hours For Coronavirus Outbreak

03-18-2020Front Page
Tavern League Donation

03-18-2020Front Page
Coronavirus: Stay Home Or Keep Your Distance

03-18-2020Front Page
Peshtigo Town Board To Install High Water Signs

03-18-2020Front Page
Peshtigo City Hall Closed Except for Absentee Vote

03-18-2020Front Page
Lambie Named To Replace Dzurick As Marinette School Superintendent

03-11-2020Front Page
Return Victorious

03-11-2020Front Page
Pound Finds Unauthorized Dumping Of Septic Wastes

03-11-2020Front Page
City Of Peshtigo, BPM Working On River Access Agreement

03-11-2020Front Page
Riverside Cemetery Discusses New Columbarium Niche Vaults

03-11-2020Front Page
Area Firefighters Rescue Person Who Broke Through Ice on Bay

03-05-2020Front Page
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03-05-2020Front Page
Lori Gross Is New Clerk For Village of Coleman

03-05-2020Front Page
Peshtigo Okays Zoning Change For Business District Apartments

03-05-2020Front Page
Marinette Council Okays Patching Fish Platform

03-05-2020Front Page
Falkenberg Gets Life Sentence For Murder

02-27-2020Front Page
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02-27-2020Front Page
County Board Okays Three New Jobs For Development, Tourism

02-27-2020Front Page
County May Consider Cutting Number of Supervisors

02-27-2020Front Page
State Officials Answer Questions On New Sex Offender At Pound Home

02-27-2020Front Page
Save Pop Tabs To Benefit Ronald McDonald House

02-20-2020Front Page


02-20-2020Front Page
Marinette County Board To Air Possible Size Referendum

02-20-2020Front Page
Middle Inlet Fire Department To Sell Three Out-Of-Service Trucks

02-20-2020Front Page
Peshtigo School To Partner With Performance Services

02-20-2020Front Page
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02-13-2020Front Page
Marinette County Drug Court Holds Graduation on Jan. 27

02-13-2020Front Page
County Considers Creating Tourism, Development Posts

02-13-2020Front Page
Peshtigo Board Considers Firms For Building Project

02-13-2020Front Page
Marinette Parks Committee Votes To Close Duer Gym

02-13-2020Front Page
Emergency Management Updates Hazardous Mitigation Planning

02-06-2020Front Page
Philip and Laura Finger Named State Outstanding Young Farmers For 2020

02-06-2020Front Page
Peshtigo Council Supports Legislation On PFAS Rules

02-06-2020Front Page
Reservations are Filling Up For Coleman Park

02-06-2020Front Page
Wrong Way Crash At Lena Takes Two Lives

02-06-2020Front Page
Files Two New Petitions Against Back Forty Mine

01-30-2020Front Page
Gail Bantes Recognized As Wisconsin Hometown Hero

01-30-2020Front Page
County Board Seeks Tourism, Economic Development Posts

01-30-2020Front Page
Open Bids Feb. 24 For New Peshtigo Fire Truck

01-30-2020Front Page
Peshtigo Couple Faces Federal Charges For Drug Trafficking

01-30-2020Front Page
Public Hearing March 19 On Town Of Stephenson Zoning

01-23-2020Front Page
Sanctity of Human Life Rally in Menominee Jan. 19

01-23-2020Front Page
Coleman Board Pleased With Renovation Work Compliments

01-23-2020Front Page
Falkenberg Guilty of Killing Girlfriend

01-23-2020Front Page
Town Board Hears Concerns During Public Comment Part

01-23-2020Front Page
Fire Claims Lives Of Four DeCoursin Family Members

01-17-2020Front Page
Robert Chaltry Named New Grover-Porterfield Fire Chief

01-17-2020Front Page
County Board Approves $180,000 Armed Rescue Vehicle Purchase

01-17-2020Front Page
Pound Terminates Public Works Director Kevin Schutte As Village Employee

01-17-2020Front Page
LaVigne Sentenced To 5-Year Prison Term For Sex Assault

01-17-2020Front Page
Peshtigo's Gail Bantes is Assembly Hometown Hero

01-09-2020Front Page
Sentinel Structures Timber In Award Winning Building

01-09-2020Front Page
Little Competition for Offices To Be Filled In Spring Elections

01-09-2020Front Page
Peshtigo Will Look Again At BPM Inc. Sewer Rates

01-09-2020Front Page
Second Suspect Charged February 2019 Drug Death

01-09-2020Front Page
Marinette Council Votes To Keep Ella Court Open

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01-02-2020Front Page
Storms, Murders, Heroism, Fires Make 2019 Headlines

01-02-2020Front Page
Nieminski Sentenced To 9 Years, 9 Months In Prison

01-02-2020Front Page
Peshtigo Discusses ATV/UTV Routes Near School and Park

01-02-2020Front Page
Porterfield Board To Swear In Chaltry As New Fire Chief

01-02-2020Front Page
School Board Candidates Must File Papers By Jan. 7

12-24-2019Front Page
Assemble Carts

12-24-2019Front Page
Mark Anderson Will Not Return To County Board

12-24-2019Front Page
Marinette Marine To Build Ships for Saudi Arabia

12-24-2019Front Page
Chief Steve Anderson Honored at Retirement Party Dec. 18th

12-24-2019Front Page
Winter Events Coming Up In Marinette County

12-19-2019Front Page
Approximately 30 Children and Families Enjoy Christmas Party At Beecher Hall

12-19-2019Front Page
Firearms Resolution Removed From County Board Agenda

12-19-2019Front Page
Crivitz/Town Of Stephenson Reach Tentative Zoning Accord

12-19-2019Front Page
Request For County To Plow Forest Road 1630 Is Denied

12-19-2019Front Page
Middle Inlet Electors Okay $50,000 Over Levy Limits

12-12-2019Front Page
Menor Retiring After 40 Years As Marinette County Court Reporter

12-12-2019Front Page
County Board May Consider Weapons Protection Resolution

12-12-2019Front Page
DNR Holds Fourth Meeting In PFAS Listening Series

12-12-2019Front Page
Pound Fire Department To Help Decorate Village

12-12-2019Front Page
Middle Inlet Has Special, Regular Meets Dec. 12

12-05-2019Front Page
Occupants of Burning Home In Peshtigo Escape Safely

12-05-2019Front Page
Peshtigo Council Names Gardon New Fire Chief

12-05-2019Front Page
Middle Inlet Holds Special Meet To Increase Tax Levy

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Pound Village Tax Rate Drops $1 Per $1,000

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Menominee Co. Deputy Is Under Investigation for Sexual Conduct

11-27-2019Front Page
Vice President Promises More Ships For Marinette Marine

11-27-2019Front Page
Levy Limits Force Pound To Cut Budget By $15,868

11-27-2019Front Page
Gail Bantes Nominated for Favorite Crossing Guard

11-27-2019Front Page
Peshtigo Council To Name New Fire Chief On Dec. 3

11-27-2019Front Page
Positions Open For April 2020 Elections

11-21-2019Front Page


11-21-2019Front Page
City, School Seek Grant For West Park Drive Safety Project

11-21-2019Front Page
Tempers Flare At Town Of Peshtigo Board Meeting

11-21-2019Front Page
Morrison Salutes Passing Of Bill To Add Court Branches

11-21-2019Front Page
Peshtigo Christmas Preparations Underway, Expect Grinch To Visit

11-14-2019Front Page
Peshtigo High School Honored Vets Nov. 11

11-14-2019Front Page
Marinette County Board Backs PFAS Legislation

11-14-2019Front Page
BPM Has Concerns On City Discharge Permit

11-14-2019Front Page
Porterfield Opens Roads For ATV/UTV Vehicles

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PFAS Sessions Wed., Nov. 20

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11-07-2019Front Page
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Coleman Okays Sale Of Manske Property

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Peshtigo Utility Is Part Of PFAS Research Group

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Fire Chief Urges Motorists To Slow Down At Crash Scenes

10-31-2019Front Page
County Board Adopts 2020 Budget Without Dissent

10-31-2019Front Page
Wausaukee Names Pullen As Administrator-Clerk-Treasurer

10-31-2019Front Page
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10-31-2019Front Page
Middle Inlet Budget Meeting Is Tuesday, Nov. 19, Not Nov. 15

10-31-2019Front Page
Peshtigo School Budget Down, Tax Rate Up 5 Cents Per $1,000

10-24-2019Front Page
Wausaukee Fire Department Gets Keys to 1930 Fire Truck

10-24-2019Front Page
County Budget Allows For 3.8 Cent Cut in Tax Rate

10-24-2019Front Page
Former Alderman Asks City To Cooperate With BPM, Inc.

10-24-2019Front Page
Back 40 Mine Case Resumes In Lansing

10-24-2019Front Page
Three Jailed For Beating Man In Town of Peshtigo

10-17-2019Front Page
Badgley, Schrank, Receive Hometown Hero Awards

10-17-2019Front Page
Rogge Sentenced To 40 Years In Prison For Shooting Death Of Wife

10-17-2019Front Page
Hearings On Aquila Mine Resume Oct. 23

10-17-2019Front Page
Antique Fire Truck To Return Home to Village of Wausaukee

10-17-2019Front Page
Nieminski Pleads No Contest On Multiple Child Sex Charges

10-10-2019Front Page
Fire Prevention Week Celebrated Oct. 6-12

10-10-2019Front Page
Bay Lakes To Re-Do County's Economic Development Plan

10-10-2019Front Page
Remembering The Peshtigo Fire, 1871

10-10-2019Front Page
Lena School District Voters Approve Budget

10-10-2019Front Page
Woman Arrested for Drugs in Oconto Falls

10-03-2019Front Page
Marinette Fire Destroys Storage Building, Contents

10-03-2019Front Page
Peshtigo Council Hires New Parks And Recreation Director

10-03-2019Front Page
Police Chief Richard Badgley To Be Honored In Madison

10-03-2019Front Page
ETZ Zoning Restrictions Aired Again By Stephenson, Crivitz

10-03-2019Front Page
Dick McFarlane Retires After 37 Years as Rural Mail Carrier

10-03-2019Front Page
31st Annual Historical Day is Amazing Success

09-26-2019Front Page
Marinette County Drug Court Celebrates Five Year Mark

09-26-2019Front Page
Co. Zoning Denies Fence Variance, DNR & DOT Ok.

09-26-2019Front Page
Former Teacher Found Guilty Of Sexual Assault

09-26-2019Front Page
Paula Bergold Charged With Concealing Mothers Death

09-26-2019Front Page
Lena Lions Honored As "Friends of Education"

09-19-2019Front Page
Ellen LaMarche, Cuts Ribbon At New Coleman Tower Park

09-19-2019Front Page
Speakers Assured No Cuts Pending for Library Funds

09-19-2019Front Page
Cedar Corp To Give Breakdown On Water

09-19-2019Front Page
Wagner Considers Letter to Michigan Town of Lake On Back 40 Mine Issues

09-19-2019Front Page
PFOS Again Issue At Water Sewer Meeting

09-12-2019Front Page
Good Shepherd Church and Volunteers Help Cleanup Peshtigo Riverfront Park

09-12-2019Front Page
Pound Board Refers Sikich Audit Results To Authorities

09-12-2019Front Page
County Board To Hear Economic Study Results At Sept. 17 Meeting

09-12-2019Front Page
Marinette Parks Continue To Have Dog, Goose Issues

09-12-2019Front Page
Sheriff Sauve: Deputies Will Work At The Milwaukee DNC Convention

09-12-2019Front Page
$176,750 Donation to M&M Area Foundation Future Fund

09-05-2019Front Page
Town of Peshtigo Home Is Destroyed By Fire Tuesday

09-05-2019Front Page
State Task Force Gathers PFAS Info In Marinette


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