Times Herald photo by Joan Koehne

Families leave Gillett Elementary School Monday after attending an open house at the school. Balloons mark the area where a large trophy case was removed at the entrance of the school to allow for better visibility between the front doors and the school office. It was one of several security changes that occurred at the school this summer.

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Safety upgrades at Gillett Elementary School will change things up for parents and visitors seeking entrance to the building starting this week. People entering the building during school hours will be required to press a button on an intercom box outside the doors that will ring a buzzer inside... + continue reading

Photo by Suzan Bourassa

Earthwork has begun at the site of a law enforcement center north of the courthouse in Oconto. The County Board on Thursday selected contractors for 39 construction categories and put the final six on hold until its September meeting.

Wednesday, September 2, 2015
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The Oconto County Board on Thursday approved a bulk of the bids for a new law enforcement center and agreed to take $1.75 million from sales tax to pay for the facility. The center, to be built north of the courthouse, will include jail housing for up to 175 inmates, a sheriff’s administration... + continue reading

Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

A track hoe pulls smoldering hay from a storage shed Monday morning at Valley Line Dairy, owned by Troy Sellen, as firefighters spray water into the building. The hay was removed from the shed and spread on the edge of a nearby field where it was watched overnight for flare-ups. The fire did not spread to any other buildings at the farm.

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Twenty-five agencies, including six from Brown County, were called to a hay fire Monday at an Oconto Falls dairy farm. Smoldering hay was reported in a storage shed at Valley Line Dairy, 8976 Sellen Lane, Oconto Falls, about 7 a.m. “We had about 120 boots on the ground,” Oconto Falls Fire Chief... + continue reading

Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

ST Paper Stadium, located south of Oconto Falls High School, will be dedicated Sunday. The public is invited to attend.

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The dedication of ST Paper Stadium will take place at 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 6, at the stadium south of Oconto Falls High School, 210 N. Farm Road. Former Oconto Falls School Superintendent Dave Polashek will be the master of ceremonies. Athletic Director Jerry Moynihan and Superintendent Dean... + continue reading

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St. Anthony School Principal Kate Sayers, right, checks enrollment numbers with school secretary Holli Kussow. Sayers was hired to fill the roles of both religious education coordinator and principal of the school after the retirement of Religious Education Coordinator Lynn Beaumier. Rosie Marifke relinquished her principal position to dedicate herself to teaching first and second grades.

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Students at St. Anthony School in Oconto Falls were welcomed by a new principal this week after shifts in administrative personnel positions prompted the search for a new head. New at the helm this year is Kate Sayers, a Lena native with a background in education and family therapy. “I feel very... + continue reading

Times Herald photo by Joan Koehne

Families leave Gillett Elementary School Monday after attending an open house at the school. Balloons mark the area where a large trophy case was removed at the entrance of the school to allow for better visibility between the front doors and the school office. It was one of several security changes that occurred at the school this summer.


Photo by Suzan Bourassa

Earthwork has begun at the site of a law enforcement center north of the courthouse in Oconto. The County Board on Thursday selected contractors for 39 construction categories and put the final six on hold until its September meeting.


Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

A track hoe pulls smoldering hay from a storage shed Monday morning at Valley Line Dairy, owned by Troy Sellen, as firefighters spray water into the building. The hay was removed from the shed and spread on the edge of a nearby field where it was watched overnight for flare-ups. The fire did not spread to any other buildings at the farm.


Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

ST Paper Stadium, located south of Oconto Falls High School, will be dedicated Sunday. The public is invited to attend.


Photo by Anne Renel

St. Anthony School Principal Kate Sayers, right, checks enrollment numbers with school secretary Holli Kussow. Sayers was hired to fill the roles of both religious education coordinator and principal of the school after the retirement of Religious Education Coordinator Lynn Beaumier. Rosie Marifke relinquished her principal position to dedicate herself to teaching first and second grades.

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Times Herald photo by Joan Koehne

Families leave Gillett Elementary School Monday after attending an open house at the school. Balloons mark the area where a large trophy case was removed at the entrance of the school to allow for better visibility between the front doors and the school office. It was one of several security changes that occurred at the school this summer.

Wednesday, 02/09/15
Safety upgrades at Gillett Elementary School will change things up for parents and visitors seeking entrance to the building starting this week. People entering the building during school hours will be required to press a button on an intercom box outside the doors that will ring a buzzer inside... + continue reading

Photo by Suzan Bourassa

Earthwork has begun at the site of a law enforcement center north of the courthouse in Oconto. The County Board on Thursday selected contractors for 39 construction categories and put the final six on hold until its September meeting.

Wednesday, 02/09/15
The Oconto County Board on Thursday approved a bulk of the bids for a new law enforcement center and agreed to take $1.75 million from sales tax to pay for the facility. The center, to be built north of the courthouse, will include jail housing for up to 175 inmates, a sheriff’s administration... + continue reading

Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

A track hoe pulls smoldering hay from a storage shed Monday morning at Valley Line Dairy, owned by Troy Sellen, as firefighters spray water into the building. The hay was removed from the shed and spread on the edge of a nearby field where it was watched overnight for flare-ups. The fire did not spread to any other buildings at the farm.

Wednesday, 02/09/15
Twenty-five agencies, including six from Brown County, were called to a hay fire Monday at an Oconto Falls dairy farm. Smoldering hay was reported in a storage shed at Valley Line Dairy, 8976 Sellen Lane, Oconto Falls, about 7 a.m. “We had about 120 boots on the ground,” Oconto Falls Fire Chief... + continue reading

Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

ST Paper Stadium, located south of Oconto Falls High School, will be dedicated Sunday. The public is invited to attend.

Wednesday, 02/09/15
The dedication of ST Paper Stadium will take place at 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 6, at the stadium south of Oconto Falls High School, 210 N. Farm Road. Former Oconto Falls School Superintendent Dave Polashek will be the master of ceremonies. Athletic Director Jerry Moynihan and Superintendent Dean... + continue reading

Photo by Anne Renel

St. Anthony School Principal Kate Sayers, right, checks enrollment numbers with school secretary Holli Kussow. Sayers was hired to fill the roles of both religious education coordinator and principal of the school after the retirement of Religious Education Coordinator Lynn Beaumier. Rosie Marifke relinquished her principal position to dedicate herself to teaching first and second grades.

Wednesday, 02/09/15
Students at St. Anthony School in Oconto Falls were welcomed by a new principal this week after shifts in administrative personnel positions prompted the search for a new head. New at the helm this year is Kate Sayers, a Lena native with a background in education and family therapy. “I feel very... + continue reading
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Bailey Wolf wanted a good start to her senior season. A second-place finish is just what she had her sights set on. The Oconto Falls High School runner paced the girls squad to third place out... + continue reading

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The Oconto Falls American Legion selected Jacob Dorn and Sean Senn as the 2015 representatives to the 74th session of Badger Boys State. Badger Boy State representatives are selected by local high... + continue reading