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  • 2/24/2020 MARINETTE — A flurry of fears surrounding rumors of a possible gun-related incident unfolding at the Marinette High School Winterfest Dance Saturday night, spilled unconfirmed and fearful comments across social media, further confounding the issue for frightened residents and parents. Those fears were later discovered to be based on a “verbal rumor that was started by an unknown person,” according to a statement issued by the Marinette Police Department.
  • 2/24/2020 MARINETTE — Thanks to a recommendation forwarded to the Marinette City Council by the Board of Public Works (BPW), a fiscal opportunity for the city to receive two new single axle dump/plow trucks later this year, promises to re-fortify the Department of Public Works aging fleet of snow-slogging, diesel workhorses that maintain navigable winter streets in Marinette.  
  • 2/22/2020 A data breach that affected employees at Aurora Medical Center - Bay Area, was announced to staff recently, and steps have been taken to investigate the matter.
  • 2/22/2020 MARINETTE — Officials with Tyco Fire Products LP, recently sent letters to over 170 Town of Peshtigo residents seeking an opportunity to foster more open discussions regarding PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) issues. 
  • Former LEC renovation slated to commence soon
    2/22/2020 MARINETTE — The framework continues to fall into place for the initiation of construction work on an over $4 million project for significant interior and exterior renovations of the former, and currently vacant, Marinette County Law Enforcement Center that lies behind the County Courthouse on Ella Court Street.
  • 2/24/2020 

    POWERS — Often times in a basketball game, the team who has a significant height advantage has an increased chance of winning. Behind a game high 16 points apiece from post players Sandra Boulton and Tessa Wagner, Carney-Nadeau cruised past arch rival North Central 54-38 Saturday afternoon..

  • Two Marine wrestlers compete at sectionals

    OCONTO FALLS — The Marinette wrestling team took two grapplers to the WIAA Division 2 Sectionals on Saturday and while the end results were not what they were hoping for, the Marines competed well against some of the best wrestlers in the state....

  • 2/24/2020 

    GREEN BAY — The M&M Thunder Girls hockey team finished as the runner-up at the Mary Ann Robinson Tournament in Green Bay over the weekend. 


Rumble at the REC
You are invited to watch a video shot by EagleHerald/Rick Gebhard from Rumble at the REC hosted by the Community REC Center. The first clip is of the bout between Scott Webster and Elija Gomis, and the second bout with is with Lucas Labuguen and Sal Maldono.

Video edited by Laurie Caebe, EagleHerald Graphic Designer.
Marinette Logging and Heritage Festival Part 2
You are invited to watch a video by EagleHerald photographer Rick Gebhard of dancers from the Menominee Nation including Bill Waubanascum (last dancer) who dances a ceremonial dance during the 2016 Marinette Logging and Heritage Festival Friday at Red Arrow Park.

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