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HSHS Hospitals Encourage Fireworks Safety

A reminder about fireworks safety from HSHS Hospitals in northeast Wisconsin communities. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission reports on average, 180 people go to the emergency room daily with fireworks-related injuries in the month around the 4th of July holiday. In a news release, emergency experts at HSHS-affiliated St....
SHEBOYGAN, WI
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Video of Bear Entering Wisconsin Families Home, While They Slept. Porridge?

This is a fairy tale come to life...One that you really don't want to have happen. We have no porridge, nothing too hot or too cold. Please don't get in our beds!. A Wisconsin family was sound asleep in their home, in Crivitz, Wisconsin. They woke up to the sound of someone in their home. Oh man, did a robber break in to this vacation home? The horror of someone banging around, going through all your stuff!
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DNR advises residents to be on the lookout for black bears; sightings, close encounters reported from Crivitz to Franklin

After multiple black bear sightings over the past month in several parts of Wisconsin, the state Department of Natural Resources is reminding residents to take steps to prevent bear encounters. This time of year usually has more bear sightings, according to Randy Johnson, large carnivore specialist for the DNR. This is because early summer is when...

Menominee July 4 activities

MENOMINEE—Fourth of July activities in Menominee on Monday will take place from 1 p.m. to dark at the Menominee Marina and bandshell, 1000 1st St. Hamburgers, hot dogs and brats, will be for sale starting at 1 p.m. at the snack shack behind American Legion Post 146. Music in the Bandshell: 2 p.m. to dark. • Charlie Scoggins and Sandi Smith Gressel, 2 to 5 p.m. • Sunny and the Heat, 7 to 9:30 p.m. or dark. Children’s activities, 6 p.m., face painting, balloon art and more. Fireworks, 9:30 p.m. or dark, from the marina’s outer wall.
MENOMINEE, MI
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Post 39 splits doubleheader against Sheboygan

MARINETTE — The Marinette Legion baseball team split a doubleheader with Sheboygan at Pedersen Ball Park Thursday evening. Post 39 took the nightcap 4-3 after dropping game one by a score of 6-3. Game one got away from Post 39 (13-4) after two key injuries, but right-hander Sean Christiansen came through with 5.1 solid innings on the mound before reaching his pitch-count limit in game two. ...
SHEBOYGAN, WI
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Sex offender charged with sharing explicit pictures with child in Menominee

GETTYSBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – A Gettysburg man who was already a registered sex offender has been charged after allegations of new predatory behavior involving a nine year old Michigan girl. Adams County District Attorney Brian Sinnett announced new charges have been filed against Matthew Brian Berresford for sexual abuse...
GETTYSBURG, PA
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Marinette Co. staple sold, opening under new name

CRIVITZ, Wis. (WFRV) – Soup to Nuts, a staple well known for its famous turtle sundaes and all-in-one-room service in northeast Wisconsin, is going under new management. According to a post on the business’s Facebook, it’s the end of an era for the memorable Crivitz location, which was first established in 2003 on Henriette Ave.
CRIVITZ, WI
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Menominee County Board calls Juneteenth holiday an unfunded mandate

EagleHerald Staff Writer MENOMINEE—All holidays aren’t created equal, at least not according to the Menominee County Board of Commissioners. Juneteenth, or “freedom day,” which closed the Menominee Courthouse June 20, might have been one too many holidays, according to the commissioners who referred to it as an “unfunded mandate.” After a discussion about the financial...
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Marine Travelift/Shuttlelift hires UWGB’s first Engineering Co-op Student – Material Handling Wholesaler

Marine Travelift, Inc. recently partnered with the Resch School of Engineering at the University of Wisconsin Green Bay to bring the first engineering co-op student to the company for a seven-month hands-on experience. The company has found success with summer internships in the past within different departments including accounting, marketing, engineering, purchasing, even in our warehouse and on our assembly floor. “The biggest difference between an internship & a co-op is their duration. Students who participate in a co-op typically alternate semesters of academic study with longer periods of paid, full-time work. Internships, on the other hand, are typically short in duration.” – Michelle Waldinger, Director of HR, Marine Travelift/ExacTech Inc.
GREEN BAY, WI
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