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Oconto Falls High School senior Cliff Yuma gets tackled during the 46-0 loss to Freedom on Sept. 8.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017
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In the previous two years, the Freedom football team put a hurting on Oconto Falls, outscoring the Panthers 95-6. Friday night continued that trend as Freedom scored on five straight first-half possessions before cruising to a 46-0 victory in North Eastern Conference play. The Panthers have... + continue reading

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Heading to Florida to help with the Hurricane Irma cleanup are Justin Beaman, left, and John Salscheider of the Oconto Falls Municipal Utility.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017
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Two linemen and a truck from Oconto Falls left Friday morning for Florida, where Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc over the weekend. Justin Beaman and John Salscheider were among 30 workers from communities that are part of Municipal Electric Utilities of Wisconsin who responded to a call for people... + continue reading

Times Herald Photo by Warren Bluhm

Oconto County Judge Jay N. Conley (back to camera) talks with Oconto Falls city attorney Larry Jeske outside the home at 305 Jackson St. after a tour of the house, which the city has condemned as uninhabitable because of an infestation of cats several years ago. Listening on the porch is Mary Jakopovich, a friend of property owner Roberta Olshesky who has spent hundreds of hours trying to clean the house and avoid its demolition.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017
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Oconto County Judge Jay Conley is expected to issue a written decision regarding the fate of an Oconto Falls house that the city condemned as inhabitable after clearing out 30 cats. Conley visited Roberta Olshesky’s house at 305 Jackson St. on Monday, spending about 20 minutes inside with... + continue reading

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Members of the Suring Area Historical Society burn the mortgage Thursday for the former Groninger Building, now known as the Opera House Museum. Shown are, from left, front row, Chique Tousey Tabar, secretary Helen Heimerl, treasurer Ruben Rakow and president Adelaide Boettcher; middle row, Linda Gerndt (in white, center), Melodie Wardecke and Mae Adams; back row, historian Duane Wardecke, Dick Poquette, Cris Miller and Ardis Poquette.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017
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In the dim light on the back wall of the partially dissembled stage above 639 Main St. in Suring, the scrawled words from 78 years ago are still legible: “Senior Class Play of 1939: ‘Sunbonnet Jane of Sycamore Lane,’” followed by the characters’ and actors’ names and “Directed by Miss Hazel... + continue reading

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Gillett High School junior Adam Anderson finds running space in the Tigers’ 49-8 win at Menominee Indian High School on Friday.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017
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Bo Krueger was hoping to score one touchdown on his birthday. The Gillett sophomore running back got a better present than he wished for: four touchdowns. Oh, what a sweet 16 party it was for Krueger. Gillett tallied seven rushing touchdowns and added a defensive score as the Tigers beat... + continue reading

Photo by Lisa Walters

Oconto Falls High School senior Cliff Yuma gets tackled during the 46-0 loss to Freedom on Sept. 8.


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Heading to Florida to help with the Hurricane Irma cleanup are Justin Beaman, left, and John Salscheider of the Oconto Falls Municipal Utility.


Times Herald Photo by Warren Bluhm

Oconto County Judge Jay N. Conley (back to camera) talks with Oconto Falls city attorney Larry Jeske outside the home at 305 Jackson St. after a tour of the house, which the city has condemned as uninhabitable because of an infestation of cats several years ago. Listening on the porch is Mary Jakopovich, a friend of property owner Roberta Olshesky who has spent hundreds of hours trying to clean the house and avoid its demolition.


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Members of the Suring Area Historical Society burn the mortgage Thursday for the former Groninger Building, now known as the Opera House Museum. Shown are, from left, front row, Chique Tousey Tabar, secretary Helen Heimerl, treasurer Ruben Rakow and president Adelaide Boettcher; middle row, Linda Gerndt (in white, center), Melodie Wardecke and Mae Adams; back row, historian Duane Wardecke, Dick Poquette, Cris Miller and Ardis Poquette.


Photo by Josh Thompson Media

Gillett High School junior Adam Anderson finds running space in the Tigers’ 49-8 win at Menominee Indian High School on Friday.

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Heading to Florida to help with the Hurricane Irma cleanup are Justin Beaman, left, and John Salscheider of the Oconto Falls Municipal Utility.

Wednesday, 13/09/17
Two linemen and a truck from Oconto Falls left Friday morning for Florida, where Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc over the weekend. Justin Beaman and John Salscheider were among 30 workers from communities that are part of Municipal Electric Utilities of Wisconsin who responded to a call for people... + continue reading
Wednesday, 13/09/17
A bill to overturn the state’s moratorium on sulfide mining – which was only in draft form when the Oconto County Board voted to oppose it three weeks ago – was introduced Aug. 29 and has already received a public hearing. State Sen. Tom Tiffany, R-Hazelhurst, introduced the “Mining in America... + continue reading

Times Herald Photo by Warren Bluhm

Oconto County Judge Jay N. Conley (back to camera) talks with Oconto Falls city attorney Larry Jeske outside the home at 305 Jackson St. after a tour of the house, which the city has condemned as uninhabitable because of an infestation of cats several years ago. Listening on the porch is Mary Jakopovich, a friend of property owner Roberta Olshesky who has spent hundreds of hours trying to clean the house and avoid its demolition.

Wednesday, 13/09/17
Oconto County Judge Jay Conley is expected to issue a written decision regarding the fate of an Oconto Falls house that the city condemned as inhabitable after clearing out 30 cats. Conley visited Roberta Olshesky’s house at 305 Jackson St. on Monday, spending about 20 minutes inside with... + continue reading
Wednesday, 13/09/17
The Gillett Police Department had its hands full on the first day of the Oconto County Youth Fair, juggling a search warrant for drugs with the job of monitoring the annual festival that fills Zippel Park with visitors. Police Chief Jess Keplinger told the City Council on Thursday that the Aug.... + continue reading
Wednesday, 13/09/17
The Gillett City Council took a step back Thursday from approving a $1,350 contract to cut down an old tree along Elm Street. The tree has grown to the point where the curb and a small portion of the street are damaged. “Yes, I know it’s affecting the road, but it is also on the homeowner’s... + continue reading
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Oconto Falls High School senior Cliff Yuma gets tackled during the 46-0 loss to Freedom on Sept. 8.

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Six adults packed into an SUV, heading for a fish fry on a Friday evening, and somebody in the third row yells, “Are we there yet?” My mind goes into fast rewind to when our kids were little and... + continue reading

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From left, Jacob Wittman, William Murphy and Benjamin Thomas use iPads to learn their field routine during this year’s band camp, which consisted of four long days of practice culminated by a public performance of the band’s 2017 field show.

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You could excuse those passing by Saputo Stadium last week if they were confused by Pulaski High School marching band members holding iPads in front of them while they marched instead of their... + continue reading