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Members of the Suring community eye up the bucket raffle prizes during the Lumberjack Breakfast at the Red Maple Golf Course in Suring. The breakfast is the first in a series of events that will help celebrate Suring’s centennial throughout the year.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015
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It is said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. However, for members of the Suring community, it could be said that it’s the most important meal of the last 100 years. On Jan. 20, 1915, Suring was officially declared a village, thanks to the help of a booming logging industry... + continue reading

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Aaron Gonnering presents his Free Little Libraries proposal to the Oconto Falls City Council on Jan. 13. Gonnering received the go-ahead from the council to install six library boxes in the city as an Eagle Scout project.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015
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An Oconto Falls Boy Scout will create six Little Free Libraries in the Oconto Falls community as his Eagle Scout project. Aaron Gonnering, of Boy Scout Troop 1024, presented his Little Free Libraries proposal to the Oconto Falls City Council, which approved the project. Alderman Kevin Rusch... + continue reading

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Dr. Ashok Rai, president and CEO of Prevea, poses for a photo during a tour of the Medical Services Building. Physical therapy services have been moved from the basement of HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital to a second-floor location. The basement area is used to treat hospital patients needing therapy.

Wednesday, January 14, 2015
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The second story of a new Medical Services Building in Oconto Falls was humming last week, just a sign of the activity in store for later this month when the final offices in the building are scheduled to open. Work began on the Medical Services Building at HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital in... + 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, January 14, 2015
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Gillett residents this year will pay $20 per vehicle to raise revenue for street upkeep. With a unanimous vote, the Gillett City Council on Thursday adopted a wheel tax, as recommended by the Finance and Personnel Committee. According to Mayor Irene Drake, the tax is scheduled to go into... + continue reading

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Oconto Falls High School senior Dewey Krueger wrestles Jacob Engelhardt of Southern Door during the Division 2 state championship in February. The senior hopes to avenge the loss by capturing the title in 2015.

Wednesday, December 31, 2014
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It’s a moment that has haunted Oconto Falls High School senior Dewey Krueger for almost 10 months. With a chance to win back-to-back state wrestling titles, Krueger lost in the final 10 seconds of the WIAA Division 2 145-pound championship match in March. “Second place to me isn’t good enough... + continue reading

Times Herald Photo by Tom Beschta

Members of the Suring community eye up the bucket raffle prizes during the Lumberjack Breakfast at the Red Maple Golf Course in Suring. The breakfast is the first in a series of events that will help celebrate Suring’s centennial throughout the year.


Photo by Lauren Kasten

Aaron Gonnering presents his Free Little Libraries proposal to the Oconto Falls City Council on Jan. 13. Gonnering received the go-ahead from the council to install six library boxes in the city as an Eagle Scout project.


Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

Dr. Ashok Rai, president and CEO of Prevea, poses for a photo during a tour of the Medical Services Building. Physical therapy services have been moved from the basement of HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital to a second-floor location. The basement area is used to treat hospital patients needing therapy.


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 file photo

Oconto Falls High School senior Dewey Krueger wrestles Jacob Engelhardt of Southern Door during the Division 2 state championship in February. The senior hopes to avenge the loss by capturing the title in 2015.

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A lack of funding has delayed a Madison-based firm from making improvements at two low-income apartment buildings in Suring. Chris Geiger, a representative of Astar Capital Management Inc., spoke to the Suring Village Board on Jan. 13 about renovations needed at Pioneer Villa and Manor Drive... + continue reading
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Times Herald Photo by Tom Beschta

Members of the Suring community eye up the bucket raffle prizes during the Lumberjack Breakfast at the Red Maple Golf Course in Suring. The breakfast is the first in a series of events that will help celebrate Suring’s centennial throughout the year.

Wednesday, 21/01/15
It is said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. However, for members of the Suring community, it could be said that it’s the most important meal of the last 100 years. On Jan. 20, 1915, Suring was officially declared a village, thanks to the help of a booming logging industry... + continue reading

Photo by Lauren Kasten

Aaron Gonnering presents his Free Little Libraries proposal to the Oconto Falls City Council on Jan. 13. Gonnering received the go-ahead from the council to install six library boxes in the city as an Eagle Scout project.

Wednesday, 21/01/15
An Oconto Falls Boy Scout will create six Little Free Libraries in the Oconto Falls community as his Eagle Scout project. Aaron Gonnering, of Boy Scout Troop 1024, presented his Little Free Libraries proposal to the Oconto Falls City Council, which approved the project. Alderman Kevin Rusch... + continue reading
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