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Gillett High School halfback Matt Peterson prepares to fend off a Suring defender during Friday’s homecoming game at Gillett Secondary School. Gillett won 37-8.

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After their lone loss of the season two weeks ago, it looks like the Gillett High School football team is back to playing its game. Holding an 11-point lead in the third quarter, Gillett scored two touchdowns in 57 seconds Friday to silence rival Suring. The Tigers’ defense did the rest as... + continue reading

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Oconto Falls High School senior Sam Konitzer returns a kick against Denmark in his final home game of his Panther career Friday. Oconto Falls lost, 32-8.

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Sophomore quarterback Connor Scray threw for a season-high 128 yards Friday, but it was not enough as the Oconto Falls High School football team lost 32-8 to visiting Denmark to remain winless on the season. Scray completed six of 12 passes with two interceptions. He also scored the Panthers’... + continue reading

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Earthwork at the football stadium and track east of the Oconto Falls School District office is scheduled to be completed this week. The three-week process, done with the help of GPS calculations, began Sept. 23.

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In less than three weeks, the landscape east of the Oconto Falls School District office has been shaped into the bowl of a football stadium school officials say will be ready for games in the fall. RelyCo, of De Pere, was scheduled to finish earthwork this week for the 1,800-seat stadium built... + continue reading

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Oconto Falls High School junior Brittany Russell hits a ball from the fairway of hole No. 5 at Mid-Vallee Golf Course in De Pere during the WIAA Division 2 sectional Monday. Russell finished with a 111.

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Brittany Russell knew that the only way she was going to improve her golf game was by practicing. The Oconto Falls High School junior hit the links frequently during the summer, continued to work on her game throughout the fall and recently learned she was named to the All-Bay Conference second... + continue reading

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Marianna “Yana” DeMyer demonstrates Roving Blue’s water purification system in a koi pond at her home in Stiles. DeMyer and her husband/business partner, Jim Gilmet, were granted a $50,000 business development revolving loan by the Oconto County Board of Supervisors in August to further develop their water purification system.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014
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They call themselves old fogies, but two owners of a small start-up company in Stiles are keeping pace with other entrepreneurs in the Midwest with their one-of-a-kind water purification system. The husband-and-wife business team of Jim Gilmet and Mariannna “Yana” DeMyer have developed Roving... + continue reading

Photo by Josh Thompson

Gillett High School halfback Matt Peterson prepares to fend off a Suring defender during Friday’s homecoming game at Gillett Secondary School. Gillett won 37-8.


Photo by Josh Thompson

Oconto Falls High School senior Sam Konitzer returns a kick against Denmark in his final home game of his Panther career Friday. Oconto Falls lost, 32-8.


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Earthwork at the football stadium and track east of the Oconto Falls School District office is scheduled to be completed this week. The three-week process, done with the help of GPS calculations, began Sept. 23.


Times Herald Photo by Gerrard Diaz

Oconto Falls High School junior Brittany Russell hits a ball from the fairway of hole No. 5 at Mid-Vallee Golf Course in De Pere during the WIAA Division 2 sectional Monday. Russell finished with a 111.


Photo by Tom Beschta

Marianna “Yana” DeMyer demonstrates Roving Blue’s water purification system in a koi pond at her home in Stiles. DeMyer and her husband/business partner, Jim Gilmet, were granted a $50,000 business development revolving loan by the Oconto County Board of Supervisors in August to further develop their water purification system.

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Earthwork at the football stadium and track east of the Oconto Falls School District office is scheduled to be completed this week. The three-week process, done with the help of GPS calculations, began Sept. 23.

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In less than three weeks, the landscape east of the Oconto Falls School District office has been shaped into the bowl of a football stadium school officials say will be ready for games in the fall. RelyCo, of De Pere, was scheduled to finish earthwork this week for the 1,800-seat stadium built... + continue reading
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Improvements at ball fields in How and Breed are off to a promising start this fall, in preparation for the first high school softball and baseball games scheduled next spring for the Gillett-Suring co-op programs. Two games, against White Lake and Niagara, are scheduled in the Suring area for... + continue reading
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Chuck Grady, manager of Oconto Falls Municipal Utilities for over 10 years, was placed on paid administrative leave on Oct. 3, following an emergency meeting of the Oconto Falls Municipal Utilities Commissions. Grady was hired by the city in April 1977 and served as a city employee for more than... + continue reading

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The design firm hired by Oconto County to develop plans for a law enforcement center created this preliminary drawing of the facility to show its “footprint” on the land north of the courthouse in Oconto. The one-story facility includes a law enforcement center (blue), inmate housing (orange) and jail support area (green), plus a 304-stall parking lot.

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Color-coded images presented to Oconto County supervisors Wednesday provided an early view of how a law enforcement center will be designed to fit the property north of the courthouse. Ken Anderson, of Potter Lawson, showed views of the facility, both from above and from the side, to convey the... + continue reading
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Forestry consultants have until Nov. 5 to submit bids to assist the Suring School District with its forest management plan. Greg Jaeger, Suring School director of building and grounds, said the district extended the deadline past Oct. 1 at the request of foresters who said their schedules... + continue reading
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Photo by Josh Thompson

Gillett High School halfback Matt Peterson prepares to fend off a Suring defender during Friday’s homecoming game at Gillett Secondary School. Gillett won 37-8.

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After their lone loss of the season two weeks ago, it looks like the Gillett High School football team is back to playing its game. Holding an 11-point lead in the third quarter, Gillett scored... + continue reading

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Oconto Falls High School senior Sam Konitzer returns a kick against Denmark in his final home game of his Panther career Friday. Oconto Falls lost, 32-8.

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Those who travel the path around the Falls know there are a variety of hints of a coming change in the season, and many were in the air this weekend. The first may have been the nail-biting finish... + continue reading

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The Suring High School Music Department will hold its Fall Festival fundraiser from 6-9 p.m. Monday, Oct. 20, in the Suring High School gym. Admission is $5. Tickets are available from high school... + continue reading