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Oconto Falls High School senior Jordan Koppa of is one of four returning letter winners on the Panthers golf team this spring.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015
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Coming off a team trip to sectionals last season, the Oconto Falls High School golf team has high expectations for 2015. The Panthers return four of their top six golfers. “I know I’m excited and I hope the kids are as excited as I am, because it looks on paper that we should be competitive... + continue reading

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Representatives of the Joshua J. Richards Charitable Foundation, from left, Jackie Pische, president, Mike Pische, vice president, and Scott Hamilton, board member, pose for a photo after meeting with the Gillett School Board on Thursday. The board accepted the foundation’s donation to be used for irrigation systems at the district’s football field and practice field.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015
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The Gillett school colors may be black and red, but green is the color that will memorialize a 2006 Gillett High School graduate. Green — as in the green grass of the Gillett High School football field and practice field. A foundation created in memory of Joshua Richards will donate... + continue reading

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The supporting substructure of the bleachers has been installed at the stadium under construction at Oconto Falls High School. The football field in the center of the stadium bowl will bear the name Dan Rider Field, the School Board decided last week.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015
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The football field under construction at Oconto Falls High School will bear the name of former coach and teacher Dan Rider, the Oconto Falls School Board decided April 13. Athletic Director Jerry Moynihan suggested the field be named after Rider, whose name will be placed on the scoreboard,... + continue reading

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The Arneson family, from left, Chloe, Cassandra and Justin, who is pulling Emmalyn in the bike stroller, take a bike ride Thursday afternoon in Oconto Falls. A recently released county health ranking report measured multiple factors relating to health, including exercise. Physical activity is one focus of the Healthy Oconto County 2018 initiative. Other priority health issues named by the committee are nutrition, alcohol and other drug abuse, and mental health.

Wednesday, April 8, 2015
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Oconto County ranks in the middle of the pack for health in the state, according to the annual County Health Rankings released by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The rankings are a snapshot comparing the health of nearly every... + continue reading

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Keri Hicks walks through the gym where sixth-grade students race around and tag each other in a game of Yoshi. She has been teaching physical education at Gillett Secondary School for 30 years.

Wednesday, April 8, 2015
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Singled out as one of the top teachers in the state, Keri Hicks is entitled to the fist pumping and strutting associated with sports victories. Instead, the Gillett coach and secondary school teacher is quick to share the spotlight with her colleagues and focus on the small ways she influenced... + continue reading

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Oconto Falls High School senior Jordan Koppa of is one of four returning letter winners on the Panthers golf team this spring.


Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

Representatives of the Joshua J. Richards Charitable Foundation, from left, Jackie Pische, president, Mike Pische, vice president, and Scott Hamilton, board member, pose for a photo after meeting with the Gillett School Board on Thursday. The board accepted the foundation’s donation to be used for irrigation systems at the district’s football field and practice field.


Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

The supporting substructure of the bleachers has been installed at the stadium under construction at Oconto Falls High School. The football field in the center of the stadium bowl will bear the name Dan Rider Field, the School Board decided last week.


Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

The Arneson family, from left, Chloe, Cassandra and Justin, who is pulling Emmalyn in the bike stroller, take a bike ride Thursday afternoon in Oconto Falls. A recently released county health ranking report measured multiple factors relating to health, including exercise. Physical activity is one focus of the Healthy Oconto County 2018 initiative. Other priority health issues named by the committee are nutrition, alcohol and other drug abuse, and mental health.


Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

Keri Hicks walks through the gym where sixth-grade students race around and tag each other in a game of Yoshi. She has been teaching physical education at Gillett Secondary School for 30 years.

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Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

Representatives of the Joshua J. Richards Charitable Foundation, from left, Jackie Pische, president, Mike Pische, vice president, and Scott Hamilton, board member, pose for a photo after meeting with the Gillett School Board on Thursday. The board accepted the foundation’s donation to be used for irrigation systems at the district’s football field and practice field.

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The Gillett school colors may be black and red, but green is the color that will memorialize a 2006 Gillett High School graduate. Green — as in the green grass of the Gillett High School football field and practice field. A foundation created in memory of Joshua Richards will donate... + continue reading

Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

The supporting substructure of the bleachers has been installed at the stadium under construction at Oconto Falls High School. The football field in the center of the stadium bowl will bear the name Dan Rider Field, the School Board decided last week.

Wednesday, 22/04/15
The football field under construction at Oconto Falls High School will bear the name of former coach and teacher Dan Rider, the Oconto Falls School Board decided April 13. Athletic Director Jerry Moynihan suggested the field be named after Rider, whose name will be placed on the scoreboard,... + continue reading
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Times Herald File Photo

Oconto Falls High School senior Jordan Koppa of is one of four returning letter winners on the Panthers golf team this spring.

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Coming off a team trip to sectionals last season, the Oconto Falls High School golf team has high expectations for 2015. The Panthers return four of their top six golfers. “I know I’m excited... + continue reading

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