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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
  • 2/15/2019 MARINETTE — Solving the pedestrian safety problem along County Trunk T near the U.S. 41 intersection needs be a joint effort, the Marinette County Traffic Safety Commission was told Wednesday by a representative of the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (DOT).

  • Marinette High shows off classes, extracurriculars

    MARINETTE — Marinette High School put itself on display Wednesday in its first ever showcase event. Attendees had the opportunity to take a look at Marinette’s ...

  • 2/15/2019 

    MARINETTE — After some discussion Wednesday, the Marinette Redevelopment Authority made a recommendation to Common Council to continue the city’s Community Deve...

  • City crews deal with snow removal

    MARINETTE — It just keeps coming. 


  • 2/14/2019 PESHTIGO  —  The Peshtigo School Board Wednesday decided to amend the balance of the school year start and end times to make up for the lost days due to the weather in recent weeks.

  • 2/14/2019 STEPHENSON — The current backlog of cases through the Menominee County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office was discussed at length Wednesday during the Menominee County Board meeting. Representatives from the Menominee County Sheriff’s Department, Menominee Police Department and Michigan State Police were all present to voice their opinions and to urge the county board to address the issue.

  • Service officers honored by students

    MENOMINEE — Police officers, firefighters, EMS and dispatch workers from Marinette and Menominee were honored for their service at Wednesday’s Menominee High School varsity boys basketball game. The event, organized by Lesley Noha and the school’s Tri-Y club, was called “P.S. I Love You,” which Noha said coincided perfectly with Valentine’s Day.

  • Brinkman explains Deluxe's thought process

     Ten communities were in the running, and only six made it to the final vote.


  • 2/13/2019 MARQUETTE, Mich. — A new technical report from the Center for Science in Public Participation (CSP2) identifies “serious faults” with Aquila Resources’ Back Forty Mine permit amendment application, now under review by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality.

  •  Frustrated, but full of pride

    MARINETTE — It wasn’t the announcement Marinette and Menominee residents expected.


  • Son in LA takes care of his mom
    2/13/2019 MENOMINEE — With another big snow storm on the horizon, 70-year-old Linda Bromund of Menominee was preparing to head to Jack’s Fresh Market Monday to stock up on groceries, as travel was only going to become more dangerous once the snow hit again. However, while trying to leave, Bromund got stuck in her driveway.

  • 2/12/2019 Marinette governmental offices will be closing at 1. Other closings are also listed. 

  • 2/12/2019 MARINETTE — People all over the area were glued to their computers and cell phones this morning to watch Amanda Brinkman and Ty Pennington announce the finalists in the Small Business Revolution contest for a $500,000 marketing makeover.

  • Area schools address snow days
    2/12/2019 Much like everything else in the area recently, classes at local schools were frozen for over a week as a result of a polar vortex that slammed the Midwest with extremely cold temperatures. Students in Menominee, Marinette, Stephenson and Peshtigo schools have only been in class for a few days out of the last few weeks because of the extreme cold and icy road conditions.

  • 2/12/2019 MARINETTE — Mass violence has recently been in the forefront of many cultural conversations. However, not everyone knows how to bring the conversation to their home. Advice on how to discuss the subject of mass violence and how to respond to such situations is being provided through an event hosted by Bellin for Women.

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