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Oconto Falls High School senior guard Elizabeth Manns attempts a three-point shot during Friday night’s home game against West De Pere. Oconto Falls lost, 54-48.

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The fourth quarter made all the difference for the Oconto Falls High School girls basketball team Friday as it hosted West De Pere. After heading into halftime down 28-21, the Panthers charged back in the third period, outscoring West De Pere 18-9 to take a two-point lead entering the final... + continue reading

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Oconto Falls High School senior wrestler Dewey Krueger (152) wrestles Bryce Odeman, of Menasha, Friday during a dual meet in Oconto Falls. Krueger pinned Odeman in 1 minute, 27 seconds as OFHS beat the Blue Jays, 63-6.

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Oconto Falls High School claimed one championship and finished seventh among 24 schools Saturday at the Battle on the Bay Invitational at Bay Port High School in Green Bay. Senior Dewey Krueger defeated Two Rivers High School’s Chris Yauch in an 11-2 major decision to win the 152-pound title... + continue reading

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Camden Jackson presents his plans to the Oconto Falls City Council regarding the development a mountain bike trail in Oconto Falls.

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A mountain biking trail, developed as an Eagle Scout project, is scheduled to open this summer in the southeast corner of Oconto Falls. Camden Jackson, 15, of Boy Scout Troop 1024, received the City Council’s wholehearted endorsement of the project on Dec. 9. “I’m all for it. I think it’s a... + continue reading

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Olivia Zawacki, 7, of Green Bay, animatedly explains to Santa her wish to receive a Monster High dollhouse for Christmas. Her aunt, Cathy Barlament, of Oconto Falls, holds Jada, Olivia’s 3-year-old sister, who wants an orange doll house this year. Santa and Mrs. Claus visited the East Side Beach in Oconto Falls on Saturday during the Avenue of Lights lighting ceremony sponsored by the Lioness Club.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014
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About 100 people attended the Avenue of Lights lighting ceremony Saturday night at the East Side Beach in Oconto Falls. For some, the experience was bittersweet. People who have lost loved ones often search for ways to keep their memories alive, and sponsoring a tree for the Avenue of Lights is... + continue reading

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The Rev. Nonito Jesus Sirios Barra laughs at a poster of LeBron James hanging on the wall of his office at the Lena site of St. Anne’s Parish. The poster was given to him by Deacon Peter Gard, who knew Sirios Barra was a fan of the Miami Heat, a team coached by Filipino-American Erick Spoelstra. James left the Miami Heat this summer to join the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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What you notice first about Lena and Coleman’s new priest is his laugh. It’s a robust, carefree sound that comes easy and often in a conversation. The Rev. Nonito Jesus Sirios Barra, 47, a missionary to the U.S. from the Philippines, believes he has much to delight in since arriving in the Green... + continue reading

Photo by Josh Thompson

Oconto Falls High School senior guard Elizabeth Manns attempts a three-point shot during Friday night’s home game against West De Pere. Oconto Falls lost, 54-48.


Photo by Josh Thompson

Oconto Falls High School senior wrestler Dewey Krueger (152) wrestles Bryce Odeman, of Menasha, Friday during a dual meet in Oconto Falls. Krueger pinned Odeman in 1 minute, 27 seconds as OFHS beat the Blue Jays, 63-6.


Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

Camden Jackson presents his plans to the Oconto Falls City Council regarding the development a mountain bike trail in Oconto Falls.


Photo by Anne Renel

Olivia Zawacki, 7, of Green Bay, animatedly explains to Santa her wish to receive a Monster High dollhouse for Christmas. Her aunt, Cathy Barlament, of Oconto Falls, holds Jada, Olivia’s 3-year-old sister, who wants an orange doll house this year. Santa and Mrs. Claus visited the East Side Beach in Oconto Falls on Saturday during the Avenue of Lights lighting ceremony sponsored by the Lioness Club.


Times Herald photo by Joan Koehne

The Rev. Nonito Jesus Sirios Barra laughs at a poster of LeBron James hanging on the wall of his office at the Lena site of St. Anne’s Parish. The poster was given to him by Deacon Peter Gard, who knew Sirios Barra was a fan of the Miami Heat, a team coached by Filipino-American Erick Spoelstra. James left the Miami Heat this summer to join the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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The Oconto Falls School Board on Monday approved the redesign proposal of parking lots and entrance points at Abrams Elementary. The design, prepared by project manager Rettler Corporation, is intended to create a safer traffic flow, additional parking and better surface drainage. All traffic... + continue reading
Wednesday, 17/12/14
Rough asphalt patches on Oconto Falls streets are scheduled to be warmed and reshaped to create a smoother surface in spots torn up by utility work this fall. Drivers on Main Street experience a bumpy and shaky ride now. Craig Schuh, engineer/manager from Ayres Associates, told the City... + continue reading
Wednesday, 17/12/14
The Oconto Falls School Board has deeded two Jefferson School lots to a local historical preservation association. With a 6-1 vote Monday, the board agreed to use a quit claim deed to transfer ownership of the lots to the Oconto Falls Area Heritage Center, which plans to develop a historical... + continue reading
Wednesday, 17/12/14
The Suring School Board is primed to ask voters for an extra $700,000 in each of the next five years, to address a budget deficit projected to be nearly $470,000 by 2017. At Wednesday’s School Board meeting Superintendent Kelly Casper presented a financial forecast showing a downward trend in... + continue reading

Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

Camden Jackson presents his plans to the Oconto Falls City Council regarding the development a mountain bike trail in Oconto Falls.

Wednesday, 17/12/14
A mountain biking trail, developed as an Eagle Scout project, is scheduled to open this summer in the southeast corner of Oconto Falls. Camden Jackson, 15, of Boy Scout Troop 1024, received the City Council’s wholehearted endorsement of the project on Dec. 9. “I’m all for it. I think it’s a... + continue reading
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Photo by Josh Thompson

Oconto Falls High School senior guard Elizabeth Manns attempts a three-point shot during Friday night’s home game against West De Pere. Oconto Falls lost, 54-48.

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Wednesday, 17/12/14
The fourth quarter made all the difference for the Oconto Falls High School girls basketball team Friday as it hosted West De Pere. After heading into halftime down 28-21, the Panthers charged... + continue reading

Photo by Josh Thompson

Oconto Falls High School senior wrestler Dewey Krueger (152) wrestles Bryce Odeman, of Menasha, Friday during a dual meet in Oconto Falls. Krueger pinned Odeman in 1 minute, 27 seconds as OFHS beat the Blue Jays, 63-6.

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The fog that descended on the path around the Falls over the weekend and on Monday might have been Mother Nature’s way of building alignment between the weather and the state of mind of many who... + continue reading

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Wednesday, 12/11/14
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