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  • 7/28/2014 MARINETTE — The Marinette Area Recreational Skate Park was recently updated with newly acquired equipment this summer. About $28,000 worth of used metal ramps and other fixtures were purchased by the City of Marinette, courtesy of a grant from Marinette Youth, Inc. 
  • 7/28/2014 MENOMINEE — With Aug. 7 rapidly approaching, the 2014 City of Menominee Waterfront Festival Committee is busy wrapping up details for another event. 
  • 7/26/2014 MARINETTE — A Green Bay man who died after shooting at a random car and police officers and then leading officers on a high-speed chase Thursday evening has been identified and authorities say he had been dealing with depression. 
  • 7/26/2014 MARINETTE — A power outage in the University Drive area Thursday evening led to major electrical problems at the Marinette County Law Enforcement Center. 
  • 7/26/2014 MARINETTE — The Rainbow House Domestic Abuse Shelter will dedicate its building next week in honor of Patricia “Trish” Waschbisch, the shelter’s former interim executive director who was murdered last year. 

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Leprechaun break-in
You are invited to watch a video shot by EagleHerald/Rick Gebhard. The video is complemented by Lisa Reed's Story that appears in the March 18 edition. Leprechaun traps were set at Menekaunee Sunrise Early Learning Center to catch leprechauns in Marinette, Wisconsin on St. Patrick’s Day. The Marinette Police Department and Liaison Officer Amy Schoen responded after they found a window open with green footprints. Many traps were broken and the bait, such as gold and candy were stolen. They left a real mess and the best trackers could not find them with their magnifying glasses. Officer Schoen checked every trap but they escaped again this year.
Leprechaun break-in
You are invited to watch a video shot by EagleHerald/Rick Gebhard. The video is complemented by Lisa Reed's Story that appears in the March 18 edition. Leprechaun traps were set at Menekaunee Sunrise Early Learning Center to catch leprechauns in Marinette, Wisconsin on St. Patrick’s Day. The Marinette Police Department and Liaison Officer Amy Schoen responded after they found a window open with green footprints. Many traps were broken and the bait, such as gold and candy were stolen. They left a real mess and the best trackers could not find them with their magnifying glasses. Officer Schoen checked every trap but they escaped again this year.
Rube Goldberg Night in Marinette
You are invited to watch an EagleHerald video shot by Rick Gebhard. Rube Goldberg is best known for a series of popular cartoons depicting complicated gadgets that perform simple tasks in indirect, convoluted ways. Marinette Middle School's sixth-grade science teacher Kelly Francour was able to get the kid's attention by including Rube Goldberg-type inventions while studying simple machines — pulleys, wedges, levers, screws, inclined planes and wheels and axles. The turnout Tuesday, March 4, 2014, was almost overwhelming.

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