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EagleHerald/Rick Gebhard
Issac Hermanson, 9, swings with his brother Reese Hermanson, 16, and father Shawn Hermanson in Reese’s new gazebo that the Make a Wish Foundation helped to coordinate with 11 local construction companies.
  • 11/24/2017 EagleHerald/Rick Gebhard
    Stocking the shelves
    Nevaeh Fifarek, student in Tara Poquette’s fourth-grade class gets to throw a pie at principal Kathy Kostreva. The school’s students raised $319. 84 for the Hunger and Homeless Awareness Week at Merryman Elementary School in Marinette. The money will go to area food pantries.








  • 11/10/2017 Old-fashioned election dinner
    From left; Linda Phillips, and Larry Phillips, Marinette, get their plates ready while volunteer Betty Stapel, Marinette, replenishes the salad for an election day spaghetti dinner at Peace United Church of Christ Tuesday in Marinette.


  • 11/9/2017 In Madison
    The Coleman civics classes visited the state capitol, Madison, Nov.1. Sen. Dave Hansen and Rep. John Nygren met with the students and discussed the issues on which the congressmen are working. The students also toured the Capitol including the senate and the assembly, the governor’s conference room and the observation deck.




  • 11/1/2017 On a mission
    The Rev. Dave Pennell from Abundant Life Mission led the Inaugural Walk For The Homeless, Oct. 21. The walk began at the newly renovated Meneekaunee Harbor and ended at the Mission, 2.2 miles later, where food, fellowship, and gift certificates were awarded from The Prickly Pear, Cafe Green and Riverstone Soap Shop. All proceeds from the walk will go towards six more beds that are needed to provide the Mission with full capacity

  • 10/31/2017 Seniors in 1967 and seniors again
    Menominee High School Class of 1967 celebrated 50-year reunion. They celebrated this milestone with a bus tour of Menominee, an ice-breaker at American Legion, M&M game with Bill Kitchen as emcee, a memorial candle light where the names of the 34 classmates, who have died, were read and a reunion at Ironworks.

  • 10/31/2017 Laura Kahles, Field and Forest Products, gave a presentation about mushrooms to fourth-grade students, Oct. 20, at Crivitz Elementary School. Students had the opportunity to see and feel the varied types of mushrooms, how they grew and what they grew on, ask questions and even grew some in the classrooms. Field and Forest Products donated table top mushroom farms for each classroom.


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