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Scoutmaster Jeff Proctor, center, poses with Ryan Kennedy, left, and Derek Younger outside City Hall on July 14. The Scouts were recognized by the City Council for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015
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They started Scouting in the first grade. Now, ready to enter their sophomore years of high school, two Boy Scouts have achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. Derek Younger and Ryan Kennedy, of Oconto Falls Boy Scout Troup 1024, are the 77th and 78th scouts to earn the Eagle rank in the history of... + continue reading

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Sih Yeon Cho, Sua Lee and Sarang Jeon drive go-karts at Shawano Sports Park. The middle school students from Korea spent a week in the area, practicing their English skills in the morning and participating in outings in the afternoon.

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Nurturing global leaders was the goal of youth directors from a Korean Methodist church who brought a group of 11 middle school students and six chaperones to an Oconto Falls church for a week of study and touring. They stayed at the United Methodist Church, accompanied by Sinai Chung, youth... + continue reading

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Street construction crews spread top soil between Chestnut Avenue (state Highway 22) and the sidewalk Friday morning in Oconto Falls. Landscaping work was scheduled this week for the Highway 22 reconstruction project.

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As one phase of the state Highway 22 street project winds down, another is set to begin. About 20 people attended an informational meeting Friday morning at Oconto Falls City Hall to learn about reconstruction plans for the downtown area of Main Street. The anticipated start date for this phase... + continue reading

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Riley Gruetzmacher will represent Oconto Falls in the state Legion all-star game Aug. 9 at Miller Park.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015
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Riley Gruetzmacher will go from Memorial Field in Oconto Falls to the mound of Miller Park in Milwaukee. The 2015 Oconto Falls High School graduate was recently selected as one of 54 players to play at the state American Legion All-Star game Aug. 9. “I go to a lot of Brewer games and I always... + continue reading

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Karl Sacks, second-year apprentice with Tweet Garot, works on a vent pipe for the hot water boilers at Gillett Secondary School on Friday morning. The school district took advantage of an energy savings levy exemption to fund a $2.975 million project that includes replacement of furnaces and air handling units in the secondary school.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015
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A summer worth of upgrades at schools in Gillett will make a “world of difference” come Day 1 of the new school year. The district, working with consultants from Energy Services Group, is in the middle of a $2.975 million improvement project. “It’s so nice something is being done. We’ll... + continue reading

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Scoutmaster Jeff Proctor, center, poses with Ryan Kennedy, left, and Derek Younger outside City Hall on July 14. The Scouts were recognized by the City Council for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout.


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Sih Yeon Cho, Sua Lee and Sarang Jeon drive go-karts at Shawano Sports Park. The middle school students from Korea spent a week in the area, practicing their English skills in the morning and participating in outings in the afternoon.


Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

Street construction crews spread top soil between Chestnut Avenue (state Highway 22) and the sidewalk Friday morning in Oconto Falls. Landscaping work was scheduled this week for the Highway 22 reconstruction project.


Photo by Josh Thompson

Riley Gruetzmacher will represent Oconto Falls in the state Legion all-star game Aug. 9 at Miller Park.


Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

Karl Sacks, second-year apprentice with Tweet Garot, works on a vent pipe for the hot water boilers at Gillett Secondary School on Friday morning. The school district took advantage of an energy savings levy exemption to fund a $2.975 million project that includes replacement of furnaces and air handling units in the secondary school.

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Sih Yeon Cho, Sua Lee and Sarang Jeon drive go-karts at Shawano Sports Park. The middle school students from Korea spent a week in the area, practicing their English skills in the morning and participating in outings in the afternoon.

Wednesday, 29/07/15
Nurturing global leaders was the goal of youth directors from a Korean Methodist church who brought a group of 11 middle school students and six chaperones to an Oconto Falls church for a week of study and touring. They stayed at the United Methodist Church, accompanied by Sinai Chung, youth... + continue reading
Wednesday, 29/07/15
Don Bartels Jr., of Lakewood, has been appointed to the Oconto County Board of Supervisors. He will fill the unexpired two-year term of Tom Gryboski, of Lakewood, who resigned on July 16. The term expires in April 2016. Bartels, who owns McCauslin Brook Golf Course with his brothers Ted and Rick... + continue reading
Wednesday, 29/07/15
The Oconto County Board set course on a new strategy Thursday after bids for construction of a law enforcement center came in $1.53 million over budget. To keep the project on schedule, the County Board selected three contractors to begin earth-moving and foundation work for the center, but... + continue reading
Wednesday, 29/07/15
A De Pere trucking company plans to move its operations to Abrams, following the acquisition of an Abrams trucking company. Xtreme Trucking LLC announced Monday that it has acquired Zernicke Trucking Inc. of Abrams and will move its operations from 711 Millennium Court, De Pere, to 2808 County... + continue reading

Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

Street construction crews spread top soil between Chestnut Avenue (state Highway 22) and the sidewalk Friday morning in Oconto Falls. Landscaping work was scheduled this week for the Highway 22 reconstruction project.

Wednesday, 29/07/15
As one phase of the state Highway 22 street project winds down, another is set to begin. About 20 people attended an informational meeting Friday morning at Oconto Falls City Hall to learn about reconstruction plans for the downtown area of Main Street. The anticipated start date for this phase... + continue reading
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Sometimes the best thing for new youth baseball teams is to gain experience against stiff competition. Last weekend, the Oconto Falls and Lena 10U baseball squads came away winless at a 12-team... + continue reading

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Even though he never traveled the path around the Falls, Brother Dominic has continued to be an inspiration to many with the classic line, “It’s a miracle.” The line is worthy of reflection from a... + continue reading

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Stressing the importance of offering nutritious meals to children during the summer months, the Suring Public School District announces the sponsorship of its summer food service program. Funded... + continue reading