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  • 5/31/2018 

    MENOMINEE — The 15-event 2018 annual YMCA Corporate Challenge, organized by the Greater Marinette-Menominee YMCA and hosted at a variety of locations throughout the community, was held from May 20 to 24 with the Marinette School District emerging as the winner, KS Kolbenschmidt and BAMC earned second and third place finishes in the competition which included golf, a scavenger hunt, bowling, dodgeball, volleyball, trivia, two-mile relay corporate walk, three-point shooting, Pictionary, assembly, an obstacle course, cake decorating, escape room and tug-of-war.

  • 4/30/2018 

    SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. — Troopers from the Michigan State Police Post here report that a missing 11-year-old autistic child has been found and returned to his parents.

  • 4/27/2018 

    MENOMINEE — The City of Menominee will hold curbside brush collection May 7 to 11. This is a brush only collection. No other yard waste will be picked up. ..

  • 4/27/2018 

    MENOMINEE — Although Michigan traffic deaths remained above 1,000, for the second consecutive year there was a 3 percent decrease in fatalities during 2017, according to just-released data from the Michigan State Police Criminal Justice Information Center. The 1,028 fatalities in 2017 marked a small decline from 1,064 fatalities in 2016.


  • 4/26/2018 

    MARINETTE — A public hearing before the Marinette County Development Committee on a proposed amendment to place a temporary moratorium on the permitting and/or development of metallic mines in the county will take place at 9 a.m. May 8 in the county board room on the third floor of the courthouse.


  • 4/14/2018 MARINETTE — Due to forecasted weather conditions for today, the launch of the LCS-17 has been postponed to Tuesday. Previously, it was announced that th...

  • 4/6/2018 

    OCONTO — The Oconto County Law Enforcement Executive Group (OCLEEG} has worked together to develop a training program that will help places of worship and businesses create security plans to keep citizens safe.

  • 4/5/2018 MARINETTE — “There is no room at the inn,” said Judicial District and Chief Judge James Morrison in kicking off the jail overcrowding and juvenile justice symposium held March 28 in Suamico.

  • 3/28/2018 MARINETTE — Wisconsin Department of Transportation Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) encourages voters to check and be sure that they have the proper identification needed to vote in the Wisconsin state election, Tuesday. State driver licenses and IDs are the most common forms of proof of identity to show at the polls, but other valid forms of identification includes military or student ID cards. There is no separate “voter ID.”  Persons who do not have an ID needed to vote in the Wisconsin Spring Election should start the process now. DMV offices will be be open on Friday and Saturday.

  • 3/27/2018 MARQUETTE — Northern Michigan University professor Dwight Brady has announced he will no longer seek the nomination of the Democratic Party in his bid for Congress. Brady says he decided to withdraw from the race for a variety of reasons, “Over the past several months, key endorsements and financial support in this primary have not tipped in my favor. Considering these events along with a very serious illness in my family, I felt it was best to step away.”

  • 3/27/2018 OCONTO — Oconto County Chief Deputy Ed Janke announced he is running for the office of Oconto County Sheriff.
    Current Sheriff Mike Jansen is not seeking re-election.

  • 3/24/2018 

    MARINETTE — An Oconto man was sentenced to 10 years prison for driving while intoxicated — seventh, eighth or ninth offense Thursday in Marinette County Circuit Court Branch 2.

  • 3/22/2018 MARINETTE — Spring and elections are here. For those in need of an ID to vote, the time to start the process for a free ID is now.

  • 3/16/2018 LANSING, Mich. — The Senate Natural Resources Committee recently approved Sen. Tom Casperson’s (R-Escanaba) legislation to stimulate economic development in the Upper Peninsula, provide regulatory and operational flexibility, clarify existing environmental laws and continue to protect Michigan’s natural resources through mining laws that are widely regarded as among the most stringent in the world.

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