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Our harsh winters don’t only convey bitter cold, snow, ice and wind, they also induce sickness. We’ve had flu warnings since October, and most…

When winter begins to fade, which means spring is just around the corner, we’ll see later sunsets and hopefully, more warmer weather as the ca…

Monday, Sept. 25, 1939, seemed like an ordinary day for folks in Menominee and Marinette who had been hardened to the challenges in life as a …

It has been written many times that war almost is a way of life in America. The United States was founded as a result of an armed revolution a…

From making baby buggies to producing lethal shells for tanks and bombers. From manufacturing shiny chromium-plated dinette sets to forging ma…

One of the best kept secrets In M&M history is that Marinette nearly became the home for an immense Army base. The city was so confident t…

Younger generations may find this topic humorous but to the participants involved in the butter-oleomargarine war some six decades ago, the co…

Most history buffs who follow the bygone times of M&M antiquity know that Menominee had a brief spurt when it manufactured cars and trucks…

Are you bored and fatigued of election news and commentary with months to go before the Nov. 4 date arrives? Well, so am I, and I’m a guy who …

I knew the dawn of day would come when I would be greeted by our own local morning newspaper. Today is that day. The EagleHerald makes its deb…

Hermansville is a quiet little village tucked in the northwest outskirts of Menominee County. Villagers are proud of their heritage and showca…

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Every American child knows the toys they find under the tree on Christmas morning comes from the North Pole. Parents know they come from China.

As America braces for a history setting election Nov. 4 when the nation could elect its first black president on one ticket or its first femal…

There’s something about the transportation sector that keeps political bickering alive in Marinette and Menominee. Even the celebrated and muc…

One of the most unimaginable treasures in M&M football lore is the fact the twin towns were the first and second opponents of the Green Pa…

Thanksgiving day is one holiday that hasn’t changed much over the years. Oh, it’s more commercialized than it was years ago and some customs h…

Sitting and listening to the rhythmic music of the Shades of Blue Jazz Ensemble at Blesch Auditorium during the last appearance here of the U.…

Veteran’s day is eight days away. The day set aside to salute veterans, past and present, falls on Nov. 11. It will also be the 90th anniversa…

Mining projects, proposed or advanced, are known for their controversial character. They are a lightening rod for political, emotional and eco…

I’m one of the many in my generation who would never have fantasized 50 or more years ago that Halloween would reach the proportion of popular…

Excitement was in the air June 6, 1977, when Bill Maddux, president of a Minneapolis-based property development company, announced at a press …

One of the most exciting elections in Wisconsin’s history, at least in the hearts and minds of folks in Marinette and Oconto counties, occurre…

The show biz community with its solid fanbase will be in adoration mode with the “Oscar Night” awards Sunday night. Television cameras will fo…