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Keith Kavajecz leads the way out of Menekaunee Harbor in Marinette after the Cabela’s National Walleye Tour Championship was postponed because of high winds and waves for the second day in a row Friday.
Wednesday, February 04, 2015 12:00 AM
MENOMINEE — Menominee City Manager Ted Andrzejewski may have violated the city charter by hiring a temporary assessor.
  • 9/24/2017 

    It only takes one person — making a decision to step forward and become involved — to change a family, a community and a county.


  • 9/23/2017 

    MENOMINEE — The proposed budget for Menominee County for the 2017-18 fiscal year is $8,829,780 with a $743,733 transfer from the general fund to align revenues with expenditures.


  • 9/23/2017 

    I latched onto writing as a sincere pursuit in the fourth grade. While I spent most of my youth penning tales of sweeping romance and keeping them in top-secret files that I planned to mail to a publisher — I fancied myself a child prodigy, I wasn’t — I haven’t stopped writing since.


  • 9/23/2017 

    Amid the wide field of candidates vying for the Democratic Party's nomination for Wisconsin governor, Michele Doolan of Cross Plains, Wis., is marketing herself as "the people's candidate."


  • 9/23/2017 

    MARINETTE —Waupaca Foundry has made it to the semi-finals for the Wisconsin Manufacturers and Commerce (WMC) competition entitled the “Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin.”


  • 9/22/2017 

    MARINETTE — The UW-Extension is undergoing a statewide restructuring as a result of the state's $3.6 million budget cut and the impact has been felt in Marinette County. The County Board of Supervisors was briefed Tuesday on the latest changes planned for the county's extension office.


  • 9/22/2017 

    MARINETTE — The Marinette Plan Commission opened the door for the construction of a new assisted living facility on Cleveland Avenue during its Wednesday meeting, but elected to make a change to the land zoning designation itself rather than outright change the land’s zoning.


  • 9/22/2017 

    MENOMINEE — Menominee Superintendent John Mans told the school board Thursday the district is in great need of substitute teachers.


  • 9/22/2017 

    STEPHENSON — The Stephenson School District Committee of the Whole Wednesday discussed the expectations of the elementary swimming program.


  • 9/21/2017 

    MARINETTE — The Marinette Parks & Recreation Committee heavily discussed the topic of installing a gravel drive to a kayak sand launch site at Red Arrow Park during its Wednesday night meeting, but ultimately took no action and chose to wait until more information was obtained from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the city forester before making a final decision on the project’s fate.


  • 9/21/2017 

    STEPHENSON — Stephenson Superintendent Ron Kraft suggested to the Committee of the Whole Wednesday night, they should consider a reduction of days in his contract.


  • 9/21/2017 

    MENOMINEE — In addition to losing their license, the Twin County Airport had a few other issues to contend with moving forward.


  • 9/21/2017 

    Bob Harlow, a 25 year old from just outside Barneveld, Wis., and a graduate of Stanford University in California, was the first Democrat to declare his candidacy in March in the 2018 race, and has been spreading his message to the people of Wisconsin over the last several months as the field of candidates grew in his wake. His eight-point plan promises to “build a Wisconsin by and for the people,” and focuses on investing in public services and organizations while subtracting special interests from the equation.


  • 9/21/2017 

    MARINETTE — Marinette County stepped up its economic development efforts in the past month with action and discussion on two proposed initiatives by county board committees and by taking tours of three local industries that revealed some significant revelations which could provide a major boost to the area economy in the near future.


  • 9/20/2017 

    MARINETTE — The construction of the new Bay Area Medical Center facility on University Drive that began in the latter part of 2015 is moving ahead of schedule and should be completed by next summer, BAMC President and CEO Ed Harding told the Marinette County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.



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