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Hunter Magnin will receive the starting nod in the Oconto Falls Legion baseball team’s game against Shawano in Thursday’s regional opener.

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If Oconto Falls’ recent pitching performances are any indication, Shawano will have its hands full in the opening round of the American Legion Class AA Region 3 tournament Thursday. Receiving the starting nod for Oconto Falls (14-10, 6-7 Fox River Valley North) will be Hunter Magnin, who has... + continue reading

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Oconto Falls High School Athletic Director Jerry Moynihan speaks to City Council members July 8 about a school referendum on the Aug. 12 ballot. The poster to his left shows a proposed design for a football field and track at Oconto Falls High School and a redesign of the parking area at Abrams Elementary School.

Wednesday, July 23, 2014
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Friday night lights would give way to an afternoon at the ballpark, based on the school district’s vision for Memorial Field if voters approve a referendum to build an athletic stadium near Oconto Falls High School. A proposed switch from football field to baseball diamonds at Memorial Field was... + continue reading

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Kathleen Tracy holds a Little Library in place while Tom Fritsch secures it to a post. Tracy, Gillett Elementary’s reading teacher, is wearing her Gillett Elementary School T-shirt, promoting “The Tiger Way.” Tracy and Fritsch built and installed eight Little Libraries in the Gillett area, including this one in Rolling Meadows.

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Sturdy wooden boxes painted in Tiger black and red hold treasures for readers of all ages in Gillett. Five Little Libraries were hammered together this spring, then installed the first week after school let out as a way to keep kids reading over summer vacation. Three more Little Libraries... + continue reading

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Oconto Falls Legion pitcher Hunter Magnin hurls a fastball in Thursday’s 11-0 victory against Oconto. The 2014 Oconto Falls High School graduate struck out 12 batters in five innings.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014
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The Oconto Falls American Legion baseball team captured its fourth consecutive win Monday with a 5-0 victory against Menominee. Pitcher Hunter Magnin struck out seven batters, giving him 19 strikeouts in his last 12 innings. “He is solid all around, he is throwing well all around and his... + continue reading

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Country magazine editor Robin Hoffman, foreground, paints a barn quilt at New View Industries while other members of the magazine staff interact with volunteers who assist with the barn quilt project.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014
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A painted piece of plywood hanging on an Abrams barn and the people who put it there will gain national attention this fall. The 15th quilt of the Barn Quilts of Oconto County project, hung at 2612 Cross Road, Abrams, will be featured in Country magazine’s October/November issue. The Greendale-... + continue reading

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Hunter Magnin will receive the starting nod in the Oconto Falls Legion baseball team’s game against Shawano in Thursday’s regional opener.


Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

Oconto Falls High School Athletic Director Jerry Moynihan speaks to City Council members July 8 about a school referendum on the Aug. 12 ballot. The poster to his left shows a proposed design for a football field and track at Oconto Falls High School and a redesign of the parking area at Abrams Elementary School.


Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

Kathleen Tracy holds a Little Library in place while Tom Fritsch secures it to a post. Tracy, Gillett Elementary’s reading teacher, is wearing her Gillett Elementary School T-shirt, promoting “The Tiger Way.” Tracy and Fritsch built and installed eight Little Libraries in the Gillett area, including this one in Rolling Meadows.


Photo by Josh Thompson

Oconto Falls Legion pitcher Hunter Magnin hurls a fastball in Thursday’s 11-0 victory against Oconto. The 2014 Oconto Falls High School graduate struck out 12 batters in five innings.


Contributed Photo

Country magazine editor Robin Hoffman, foreground, paints a barn quilt at New View Industries while other members of the magazine staff interact with volunteers who assist with the barn quilt project.

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Oconto Falls High School Athletic Director Jerry Moynihan speaks to City Council members July 8 about a school referendum on the Aug. 12 ballot. The poster to his left shows a proposed design for a football field and track at Oconto Falls High School and a redesign of the parking area at Abrams Elementary School.

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Times Herald Photo by Joan Koehne

Kathleen Tracy holds a Little Library in place while Tom Fritsch secures it to a post. Tracy, Gillett Elementary’s reading teacher, is wearing her Gillett Elementary School T-shirt, promoting “The Tiger Way.” Tracy and Fritsch built and installed eight Little Libraries in the Gillett area, including this one in Rolling Meadows.

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Josh Thompson Photo

Hunter Magnin will receive the starting nod in the Oconto Falls Legion baseball team’s game against Shawano in Thursday’s regional opener.

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If Oconto Falls’ recent pitching performances are any indication, Shawano will have its hands full in the opening round of the American Legion Class AA Region 3 tournament Thursday. Receiving the... + continue reading

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With temperatures getting into the mid-80s this week, it will feel like summer settling in on the path around the Falls. With the temperatures heating up, things on the political wire heated up at... + continue reading

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Adam Thomson and Zach Brye are recipients of the Oconto Falls Lioness Club’s 2014 scholarships of $300 each. The Oconto Falls High School graduates excelled academically and showed a commitment to... + continue reading