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Gillett Secondary School senior Maddy Wilbur drives during a game against Bonduel Nov. 18 in Bonduel. Gillett lost, 67-17.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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The Gillett Secondary School girls basketball team’s season opener may be its toughest game of the season, losing at Bonduel 67-17 Nov. 18. Bonduel’s defense jumped on the Tigers early and held them to seven first period points. Gillett wouldn’t score again until the second half as the Bears... + continue reading

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The Gillett School Board reviews plans for energy conservation and facility improvement measures developed by consultants with Energy Services Group and recommended by the district’s planning committee.

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The Gillett School District is preparing to launch a $3 million building improvement project to update its aging facilities, enhance building safety and implement energy conservation measures. Residents of the school district are invited to learn about the proposed renovations at a public... + continue reading

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Marianne “Yana” DeMeyer displays two samples of clean water produced by Roving Blue’s water purification system. DeMeyer and her husband/business partner Jim Gilmet are testing their unit in a variety of water sources in preparation for military testing.

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Roving Blue, a Stiles-based company producing a one-of-a-kind water purification system, saw the end of its run in a national business competition in late October. Where one opportunity ends, though, another begins. While competing as semi-finalists at the Cleantech Open’s Midwest Innovation... + continue reading

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Members of the Gillett City Council listen to input Thursday at a public meeting regarding a $20 wheel tax proposed to raise funds for street repairs. About 20 people attended.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014
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Gillett city officials will review revenue-generating suggestions provided by residents at a public meeting Thursday before acting on a $20 wheel tax to raise funds for street repair and maintenance. Residents recommended the city charge ATV users and snowmobilers a parking fee at Zippel Park... + continue reading

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Oconto Falls High School senior Mike Friedman passes the mile marking during Saturday’s WIAA Division 2 boys cross-country race at Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids. Friedman finished 41st, and OFHS took 14th as a team.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014
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The Oconto Falls High School boys cross-country team’s seniors capped their careers with a third trip to state, and Gillett freshman Lauren Herzog had the area’s best showing Saturday at the WIAA State Cross-Country Championships at Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids. The OFHS boys team... + continue reading

Times Herald Photo by Gerrard Diaz

Gillett Secondary School senior Maddy Wilbur drives during a game against Bonduel Nov. 18 in Bonduel. Gillett lost, 67-17.


Times Herald photo by Joan Koehne

The Gillett School Board reviews plans for energy conservation and facility improvement measures developed by consultants with Energy Services Group and recommended by the district’s planning committee.


Contributed Photo

Marianne “Yana” DeMeyer displays two samples of clean water produced by Roving Blue’s water purification system. DeMeyer and her husband/business partner Jim Gilmet are testing their unit in a variety of water sources in preparation for military testing.


Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

Members of the Gillett City Council listen to input Thursday at a public meeting regarding a $20 wheel tax proposed to raise funds for street repairs. About 20 people attended.


Times Herald Photo by Gerrard Diaz

Oconto Falls High School senior Mike Friedman passes the mile marking during Saturday’s WIAA Division 2 boys cross-country race at Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids. Friedman finished 41st, and OFHS took 14th as a team.

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Holt Park’s seasonal campers upset with new policies at the campground spoke to the Spruce Town Board on Nov. 18. Last month, the board approved restrictions in deck size and shed size for camp sites. It also mandated the removal of decorative flowers planted at the sites and outdoor mats around... + continue reading
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The greeting has become familiar for Main Street merchants in Oconto Falls. “Hi, you made it through,” said Todd Daniels, as he welcomed a customer to Admax Friday afternoon. Just outside his door at 130 N. Main St. sits the heavy equipment, abandoned for the day, but otherwise scooping, dumping... + continue reading

Times Herald photo by Joan Koehne

The Gillett School Board reviews plans for energy conservation and facility improvement measures developed by consultants with Energy Services Group and recommended by the district’s planning committee.

Wednesday, 26/11/14
The Gillett School District is preparing to launch a $3 million building improvement project to update its aging facilities, enhance building safety and implement energy conservation measures. Residents of the school district are invited to learn about the proposed renovations at a public... + continue reading
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The Oconto Falls City Council, with no discussion, adopted a budget Nov. 18, resulting in no change in the tax levy for 2015. The levy will remain at $964,146. The council approved the tax levy following a budget hearing in which no members of the public attended. The City Council approved a... + continue reading

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Marianne “Yana” DeMeyer displays two samples of clean water produced by Roving Blue’s water purification system. DeMeyer and her husband/business partner Jim Gilmet are testing their unit in a variety of water sources in preparation for military testing.

Wednesday, 26/11/14
Roving Blue, a Stiles-based company producing a one-of-a-kind water purification system, saw the end of its run in a national business competition in late October. Where one opportunity ends, though, another begins. While competing as semi-finalists at the Cleantech Open’s Midwest Innovation... + continue reading
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Times Herald Photo by Gerrard Diaz

Gillett Secondary School senior Maddy Wilbur drives during a game against Bonduel Nov. 18 in Bonduel. Gillett lost, 67-17.

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The Gillett Secondary School girls basketball team’s season opener may be its toughest game of the season, losing at Bonduel 67-17 Nov. 18. Bonduel’s defense jumped on the Tigers early and held... + continue reading

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Time management has been a theme in recent days, especially for this observer spending days along the path around the Falls. By the time this issue hits the newsstands, Sunday’s Packers/Vikings... + continue reading

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Teenage musicians, actors and dancers will travel back to the 1960s for a production of the Tony Award winning musical “Bye Bye Birdie.” The production, featuring a cast of 27 students and a 15-piece... + continue reading