— Efforts to determine the feasibility of establishing a mental health
court in Marinette County were intensified in March and this month and
will continue, according to to Circuit Judge James Morrison, who
detailed the initiative in an email earlier this month as well as in an
interview last week.
As the seasons begin to change from spring to summer, a big change is
springing up at the Marinette Fire Department as well. The department is
preparing to switch over to a new Fire Chief, Jayson “Jay” Heckel, this
MARINETTE — Marinette Middle School sixth-grade students made books come alive on Thursday night.
OF PESHTIGO — The Peshtigo Town Board basically had just one item on
its agenda Tuesday night, but it was a controversial one — the bill
payment of the Kutz Road project that surfaced at the April 19 meeting,
where it was placed on hold.
In recognition of April being Parkinson’s Awareness Month, a local
neurologist spoke with members of the Parkinson’s Support Group Thursday
at the Harbors in Menominee.
A number of local residents laid out their dissatisfaction with the
City of Marinette’s management of Red Arrow Park during Tuesday’s Board
of Public Works meeting, calling the park shameful and the projects put
into restoring it a waste of money.
Members of the Menominee High School Forensics Team will be showcasing
their talents off at Wednesday night’s Night of Forensics before heading
down to Central Michigan University for the state finals.
Community members on Thursday will have the opportunity to support the
DAR Boys & Girls Club at its 14th annual Taste of Marinette and