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  • 3/23/2017 MARINETTE — The Executive Committee of the Marinette County Board of Supervisors on Wednesday authorized the board chair and vice chair to negotiate a contract with Interim Administrator John Lefebvre to make him full-time administrator.
  • 3/23/2017 MARINETTE — Dennis Marcely of Dunbar has resigned from the Marinette County Board of Supervisors as he said he was going to do Monday before walking out of a meeting of the board’s Economic Development Tourism Committee after an emotional outburst.
  • 3/23/2017 MARINETTE — The Marinette School Board received an update on the sale of the former Porterfield Elementary School during Tuesday night’s meeting.
  • 3/23/2017 MARINETTE — The Executive Committee of the Marinette County Board narrowly voted Wednesday not to link potential county help to finance the City of Marinette’s Community Sports and Events project to the city’s participation in exploring the feasibility of creating a county-city complex.
  • 3/23/2017 STEPHENSON — The Stephenson School Board Wednesday continued its evaluation of Superintendent Ron Kraft.
  • 3/23/2017 MARINETTE — Sarah Pettit was a huge reason why the UW-Marinette Lady Bucs won back-to-back basketball state championships. Tori Wangerin was a huge reason why the Lady Bucs repeated.
  • 3/23/2017 MARINETTE — Five Marinette Middle School wrestlers are heading to Madison’s Alliant Center for this weekend’s youth wrestling state tournament.
  • 3/23/2017 ESCANABA — North Central has made it back to the Final Four in the Class D boys’ basketball state tournament.

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Aquilla Resources Open House
You are invited to watch a video shot by EagleHerald photographer Rick Gebhard of the Aquilla Resources open house with tours of the Back Forty Mining site in Lake Township near Shakey Lakes October 15, 2016, that was well attended. Tom Quigley gives a tour of the open pit site that will include River Road and beyond. The present road will need a bypass after it is moved.
Michigan DEQ hearing on the Back Forty Mining Permit Application
You are invited to watch a video shot by EagleHerald photographer Rick Gebhard about the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality Back Forty Mining Mining Permit Application final comments meeting at Stephenson High School October 6, 2016. Aquilla Resources is proposing to operate an open pit metallic sulfide mine close to the Menominee River and later to have an enclosed mine under the river itself. Most people in the video are identified except Wisconsin home owner Mike Czebotar, Wausaukee, who is the first speaker and later army veteran and Menominee Nation citizen Ken Fish talks about respect. All comments are due by November 3.

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