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  • 6/5/2020 MARINETTE — Johnson Controls Inc. (JCI)/Tyco has responded to recent letters from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources that it believes are inaccurate.

  • 6/4/2020 

    MARINETTE — Marinette Fire Chief Jay Heckel told the Marinette City Council Tuesday that last month’s fire at the Woods Apartments remains under investigation.

  • 6/3/2020 

    MARINETTE — Protesters gathered at Stephenson Island at noon Wednesday in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. From noon until about 3 p.m., protesters stood along ...

  • Protesting on the island

    MARINETTE — Protesters gathered at Stephenson Island at noon Wednesday in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. From noon until about 3 p.m., protesters stood along ...

  • 6/2/2020 

    MARINETTE — The traditional summer sights and sounds of children swimming and splashing in the city pool will come to fruition later this month.

    The Marinette City Council Tuesday voted 6-3 to open the Civic Center pool, with restrictions, on June 17. Those in favor felt, among other things, children need some type of recreational activity to enjoy. Those opposed said COVID-19 still presents a danger and children should not be put in possible harm’s way of the virus. Aldermen Ken Keller, Doug Oitzinger and Jason Flatt voted no.

  • Protest planned at Stephenson Island

    MARINETTE — Today at noon, protesters will gather at Stephenson Island in response to the killing of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis last week.

    Since Floyd’s death, other protests have occurred across the country, and many have turned into violent riots; buildings have been looted, broken into or set on fire and many have been seriously injured. According to City of Marinette Police Chief John Mabry, the demonstration in Marinette is not expected to turn violent at all.

  • 6/2/2020 

    MENOMINEE — The Menominee County Finance Committee voted to approve a plan to provide the county elected officials a 1.5% salary increase every year for four years.

    This plan has not been finalized, it will be included in the 2019/2020 budget, which is still being drafted. Once completed, the draft budget must be discussed and approved by the full county board. The four-year plan can also be changed in the next four years.

  • Wisconsin: Less restrictions, but same business concerns

    MARINETTE — Reopening a business in Wisconsin might mean less state restrictions, but still comes with many concerns about health, safety and liability.

    With the overturning of Gov. Tony Evers statewide restrictions by the Wisconsin Supreme Court on May 13, businesses across the state could open their doors to customers without limitation — unless they were restricted by county health department and Centers for Disease Control guidelines.

  • Michigan business owners must keep up with changing orders

    MENOMINEE — Across the country, business owners struggled with restrictions, shutdowns and executive orders (EO) during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Now, as they prepare to reopen, different states have differing mandates — with Michigan arguably falling into one of the strictest roles.

  • 5/31/2020 

    Catholic parishes in Wisconsin and Upper Michigan are beginning to reopen, with some restrictions.

    “Many of you want to know exactly how and when we’re going to come back to church here in the Diocese of Green Bay,” said the Most Rev. Bishop David Ricken of the Diocese of Green Bay. “I have very good news for you: the weekend of Pentecost, the birthday of the church, which is May 30 and 31; that’s the weekend we’ll be coming back in a mitigated form.”

  • Apartment fire displaces 21 residents

    MARINETTE — Nearly two dozen people have been displaced because of a Thursday evening fire at a housing complex on the west side of Marinette.

  • Ewald seeks District 30 Senate seat

    GREEN BAY — Sandra Ewald, a lifelong resident of Green Bay, has formally announced her candidacy to run for the Wisconsin State Senate seat for the 30th District. Ewa...

  • Progress at Henes Park

    MENOMINEE — Renovations to the beach house at Henes Park are nearly complete.

    Tricia Alwin, the city engineer, said Getchell Builders and Home Maintenance will likely be finished by July, even though they have until October to finish. “I was out there last week, and they had a little bit of a

  • 5/26/2020 MENOMINEE — The Menominee County Courthouse is expected to open to the public Monday. 

  • Board OKs public health emergency
    5/26/2020 MARINETTE — The Marinette County Board Tuesday voted unanimously to approve a resolution declaring a public health emergency in the county

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