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A local yard takes on a “not-too-lively” look as skeletons take over for Halloween on Wednesday in Marinette.
EagleHerald/Rick Gebhard
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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EagleHerald/Rick Gebhard
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
  • Dealing with flu season
    2/29/2020 

    The area is in the middle of flu season, and many are calling in sick to school or work.

     


  • HAP grant sparks MMC future potential
    2/29/2020 MARINETTE — The hum of transformation and augmentation energizes the air of conversation both inside and outside the gates at the shipyard of the Marinette Marine Corporation.  

  • Best young farmers
    2/29/2020 MARINETTE — Philip and Laura Finger were honored Tuesday by the Marinette County Board of Supervisors for winning the Wisconsin Outstanding Young Farmers Award for 2020.

  • Promoting Marinette at the nation's capital
    2/28/2020 

    MARINETTE — A recent meeting in the nation’s capital between high-level economic development officials and local Wisconsin leaders, along with area educational ...


  • Students have access to clothes, essentials
    2/28/2020 

    MENOMINEE — Students at Menominee High School have access to something many other schools may not have: A closet from which they can get clothes if they find themselves in...


  • Funding available for the city's facade smile
    2/27/2020 

    MARINETTE — Pucker those dimples. Can you feel it?

    A simple smile not only exudes a surface-level approachable appeal, but according to research reported in Psychol...


  • 2/27/2020 

    MARINETTE — The Marinette County Board of Supervisors showed no inclination during a lengthy discussion on Tuesday that a majority of it would favor holding an advisory referendum to see how county residents felt about a possible reduction in the size of the county board related to redistricting the county board in 2022 as a result of the 2020 census.


  • Astronaut directs enlistment oath from ISS
    2/27/2020 

    MARINETTE — Nearly 1,000 students across the country, including four Marinette students and two Oconto students, swore the oath of enlistment into the U.S. Army Wednesday ...


  • Finding the right words to say goodbye
    2/27/2020 

    The first time I put pen to paper and created magic with words, I was in second grade. It was probably pencil, not pen, and I doubt it was a master work, but I was hooked.

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  • 2/26/2020 

    STEPHENSON – Menominee County declared itself a “Second Amendment Sanctuary” Tuesday, with the passing of Resolution 2020-08.


  • 2/26/2020 MARINETTE —  The Marinette County Board of Supervisors took action Tuesday it hopes will spur economic and community development and increase tourism, by approving recommendations to create development and tourism director and program assistant positions in the Administration Department, and a program assistant position in the Facilities and Parks Department.

  • 2/25/2020 TOWN OF PESHTIGO — A unanimous decision by the Town of Peshtigo Town Board during a special town hall meeting Tuesday elected to abandon a planned referendum concerning permanent solution options to providing TOP residents with clean and safe drinking water.

  • Local musician dies at 66
    2/25/2020 

    WAUSAUKEE — Lyle Mays took his “Last Train Home” at the age of 66 in Los Angeles, Feb. 10.


  • 2/25/2020 

    This brief rundown was provided to the EagleHerald by Rep. John Nygren’s office. For complete bill language visit the Wisconsin Legislature website and search for proposal SB559. The amendment is labeled “Assembly Amendment 2 adopted.” 


  • 2/25/2020 

    MADISON, Wis. — It began as a hard-fought bipartisan undertaking to create groundbreaking per- and poly-fluoroalkyl (PFAS) legislation.  Two State of Wisconsin legislators on opposing flanks of the political spectrum, but representing the concerned City of Marinette area residents, ironed out a compromise bill that promised comprehensive PFAS regulation. 



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