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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
  • 1/29/2020 

     MENOMINEE — The Menominee County Board of Commissioners appointed several people to various committees Tuesday.

  • Panel re-examines water tower deal
    1/29/2020 MARINETTE— A child might say that so much depends upon and the giant blue mushroom and the colossal sapphire balloon, both soaring 160 to 170 feet over the City of Marinette’s horizon. 

  • DHS lacks science for PFAS health studies

    MARINETTE —  Responding to a bipartisan push by various local and state officials, requesting that the State of Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) fund residential blood testing and potential cancer cluster studies in the Marinette area related to PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) exposure, the DHS remain consistently standard in its replies. 

  • Opening more than pages

    MARINETTE — For the past year, Marinette County Jail has been offering its inmates the opportunity to better their literacy, talk about their lives and their future plans through its book club.

  • 1/28/2020 

    MENOMINEE — Holy wah, yous guys! It’s dat time of year again! No, not deer camp; yous had yer chance. Da Yooper Winterfest will be held this coming Saturday at Great Lakes Memorial Marina Park.

  • St. Vincent de Paul gains new director

    MARINETTE — St. Vincent de Paul in Marinette has a new executive director.

    Dana Stanglmaier has been involved in the Marinette-Menominee community for about five ye...

  • MFD 'airs' on the side of rescue
    1/26/2020 MARINETTE — The upcoming purchase of Lenco Armored Response Vehicle (ARV), aka “BearCat,” fully funded by Marinette County and under a shared-use agreement with the city, may help scout the path for the City of Marinette Fire Department’s (MFD) recent pitch to acquire a water worthy tool more adept at effecting ice and water rescues.

  • 1/25/2020 

    MARINETTE — After a recent city-county shared-use agreement for a Lenco Armored Rescue Vehicle (ARV) — aka “BearCat” — between the City of Marinett...

  • Costa Rican students visit JP2 Academy

    MENOMINEE — This week, five elementary school students came to St. John Paul II Academy from Costa Rica through the International School-to-School Experience (ISSE).


  • Phillips-Donovan bound over for murder

    MENOMINEE — A Bark River man charged with the open murder of his adoptive father was bound over to 41st Circuit Court Friday. The preliminary examination began Thursd...

  • Provident Health Foundation begins its mission

    It is a new foundation, with a new name, but with a familiar face at the helm.

    The Provident Health Foundation, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit foundation, has a mission to supp...

  • REC celebrating, but focused on future
    1/24/2020 MARINETTE — Lacking the flicker of a vivid burn overtop a dripping candle, a celebration of a successful year one and the prospective year two will still promise a bright burn fueled by experience, persistence and, of course, community at this weekend’s REC Center Birthday. 

  • 1/24/2020 MARINETTE —  Following this weekend’s birthday celebration, the City of Marinette Community REC Center plans to kick off its second year of operation with a night that takes those inclined to the high-stakes adventure emanating from the gigabit rate of rising and falling voltages that convey the digital signals giving rise to entire worlds, within the shoe-box-sized Xboxes, PlayStations and other video game consoles. 

  • Prelim begins in open murder case
    1/24/2020 MENOMINEE — The preliminary examination for a Bark River man charged with open murder of his adopted father began Thursday in Menominee County District Court. The case has not yet been bound over to Circuit Court; a decision on the matter will be made by 95-A District Court Judge Robert J. Jamo today.

  • 1/24/2020 MENOMINEE — The City of Menominee Committee of the Whole is planning to meet Wednesday to discuss the current marijuana rules that have been adopted by the State of Michigan. This came after several Menominee residents voiced their thoughts on the city’s current ordinances relating to marijuana during the public comment period of Monday’s meeting.

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