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A local yard takes on a “not-too-lively” look as skeletons take over for Halloween on Wednesday in Marinette.
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Rusty Wolfe installs a vintage 1800's terra-cotta tile on a building he is restoring on Hall Ave. in Marinette. It is one of the dozens of buildings Wolfe is refurbishing in the area.
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Rusty Wolfe installs a vintage 1800's terra-cotta tile on a building he is restoring on Hall Ave. in Marinette. It is one of the dozens of buildings Wolfe is refurbishing in the area. #mymarinettemenominee
Thursday, November 29, 2018 11:21 AM
  • LCS-15 clears final milestone

    MARINETTE — LCS-15, the future USS Billings, has completed naval acceptance trials in the waters of Lake Michigan. This is the ship’s final milestone before delivery...

  • 12/10/2018 

    MARINETTE — No further occurrences of chronic wasting disease (CWD) have been detected in deer in Marinette County since the county’s first case was reported in...

  • 12/8/2018 

    MARINETTE — The Marinette City Council voted unanimously on Tuesday to accept an LTE implementation agreement with Northern Michigan University (NMU) to bring the university’s broadband internet access into northeast Wisconsin.

  • 12/8/2018 

    MENOMINEE —  Menominee County is considering having its E911 Director provide backup for the Emergency Manager Coordinator.

  • 12/8/2018 

    The topic of sexual violence has been in the forefront of the cultural conversation for the past several months and has sparked an online campaign to bring awareness to the issue. The Me Too Movement, which was founded in 2006, has recently gone viral on social media with survivors of sexual violence sharing their stories with the hashtag #MeToo. Me Too’s impact has made an impact locally, as well as nationally, with sexual assault centers in both Marinette and Menominee counties receiving a recent increase in clients coming forward.

  • 12/7/2018 MARINETTE — A proposal to make the Marinette County Department of Emergency Management a division of the Highway Department and retitle its director to a coordinator advanced after several votes Tuesday by the county board’s Public Services Committee.

  • Marinette Kick-Off Kid honored
    12/7/2018 MARINETTE — Hana Baumler of Marinette was chosen to be Shopko’s Kick-Off Kid during the Nov. 11 Packers game against the Miami Dolphins. Baumler was among 10 of the 25 kids who applied through the Kids Making a Difference program sponsored by Shopko, according to Public Relations and Shopko Foundation Manager Michelle Hansen.

  • Judge Morrison will seek another term

    MARINETTE — Marinette County Circuit Judge Jim Morrison has announced that he is a candidate for re-election to a six-year term in that position. The election is April 2, ...

  • 12/6/2018 MARINETTE — The  former Crossroads Group Home for juveniles in the Town of Peshtigo with the name Share Academy and the management of Advocates for Healthy Transitional Living is close to being ready to open after failing to do so at the beginning of this month as was projected.

  • 12/6/2018 

    MARINETTE — The Marinette City Council voted unanimously Tuesday on the CY 2018 city tax levy and the CY 2019 city operational budget, after accepting public comment in a ...

  • 12/6/2018 

    MARINETTE — Marinette County will renew its contract with the City of Marinette for marketing and tourism services if the County Board of Supervisors on Dec. 18 ...

  • City approves new contract with Boldt

    MARINETTE — The City of Marinette is poised to enter into a contract with a new construction management company to finish the ongoing Community REC Center constructio...

  • 12/5/2018 

    MARINETTE — The stage is nearly set for Marinette County’s first medical examiner to take office, County Administrator John Lefebvre told the county board’...

  • 12/5/2018 

    MARINETTE —  Marinette County Sheriff Jerry Sauve announced Tuesday that he has reached an agreement with the county’s two judges and the clerk of cou...

  • 12/4/2018 WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service (USPS) will suspend regular mail delivery and retail service on Wednesday. USPS will provide limited package delivery service on that day.

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