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Patching for smootness
EagleHerald/Rick Gebhard
Menominee Public Works employees patch up 1st Street on Tuesday.
Wednesday, February 04, 2015 12:00 AM
MENOMINEE — Menominee City Manager Ted Andrzejewski may have violated the city charter by hiring a temporary assessor.
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    COLEMAN — A Coleman man has been identified for allegedly making a threat to the Coleman School District early Monday morning.

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    MARINETTE — In an effort to promote more women to become involved in the manufacturing world, 11 Marinette Middle School girls took part in the "This Girl Can" event Saturday at NWTC.

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    COLEMAN — Classes in the Coleman School District were canceled Monday after a threat was received early that morning.

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    MENOMINEE — For the second month in a row, members of the Menominee City Council voted down a motion to add discussion about the proposed Back Forty Mine project to the council agenda.

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    MARINETTE — Main Street Electric Tattoo found success at its sixth annual Ribbon Tattoo event on Saturday.

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