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Food Trucks and Floaties at Anclam Park Saturday

Bring your floaties and your appetites to Anclam Park Saturday, Aug. 13, for the return of Food Trucks and Floaties to Baileys Harbor. Visit Wally’s Weenie Wagon, the Lumberjack Taco Shack, The Dough Shoppe and other local food trucks when they gather at Anclam Park on the south end of town.
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Menominee community supports seven-year-old with leukemia

MENOMINEE, Mich. (WLUC) - Cancer is a dangerous illness that impacts many people every day. The American Cancer Society estimates more than 600,000 people died in 2020 due to cancer. The Menominee community looks to help a young boy beat the odds. Miles Sorensen is like any other seven-year-old kid,...

2022 Red Putter Pro Tournament Results

The Red Putter Mini Golf in North Ephraim held it’s 20th Pro Tournament on Saturday, August 6th. 71 players participated in 3 rounds of golf on a hot and humid morning. It was a great year for the Kraus family, of the Milwaukee area and Sister Bay, with 3 brothers taking home trophies. Matthew Kraus won the tournament with scores of 35, 37 and 34 for a 3 round total of 106.

Menominee Township man brandishes gun, barricades himself in house

MENOMINEE TOWNSHIP, MI— Police have provided additional details about an incident in Menominee Township last week. Thursday around 7:20 a.m. the Menominee County Sheriff's Office and Menominee City Police were dispatched to a home on a report of a domestic assault and the brandishing of a firearm. Officers learned a man armed with a handgun had barricaded himself inside the house after pointing it at another person.
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Kraus Wins Red Jacket at Red Putter Pro Tourney

Matthew Kraus is the proud winner of the 2022 Red Putter Pro Tournament. Kraus took home the red jacket Saturday, Aug. 6 when he topped 71 players in the grueling heat of Ephraim. Kraus tallied a 3-round score of 106, earning the $2,000 prize. He also won in 2019 and...

Randy Miller wins Marinette County Sheriff's race

MARINETTE — With unofficial vote totals in from Tuesday's primary election, Randy Miller has defeated Chris Lesperance in the race for Marinette County Sheriff. Miller received 5,398 votes (76%) to 1,696 (24%) for Lesperance. Miller is a sergeant with the sheriff's department and Lesperance is a lieutenant. Incumbent Jerry Sauve did not run for re-election. In the battle for Marinette County Clerk of Circuit Court, Carrie Brazeau defeated Jessica Olson, 4,157 votes to 2,509. Brazeau garnered 62% of the vote. Both women work in the clerk of court office. Incumbent Sheila Dudka did not seek re-election. The EagleHerald will have more election information at, on our Facebook page and in Friday's print edition.

Wisconsin Cheese Masters to Partner for the 3rd Year with Open Door Bird Sanctuary Fundraiser

Egg Harbor, Wis. (August 9, 2022) – Wisconsin Cheese Masters is partnering with Open Door Bird Sanctuary for the 3rd year to raise funds toward monthly food costs which have doubled this year. The spirit of support that defines the Door County Community sometimes brings birds of two different feathers together. That’s the case with Egg Harbor’s Wisconsin Cheese Masters and Jacksonport’s Open Door Bird Sanctuary. Wisconsin. Cheese Masters owners Katie Harding and Jim Pionkowski prioritize giving back and are excited to invite ODBS back again this year.

The City of Marinette is replacing deteriorated concrete pavement along Marinette and Hall Ave beginning August 9th.

The City of Marinette will be replacing sections of deteriorated concrete pavement along Marinette Avenue and Hall Avenue. The work will include lane closures, which will require motorists to use a single lane of traffic and/or alternate travel routes. The lane closures will be marked with barrels and other delineators. The overall project is scheduled to begin Tuesday, August 9th. The work will be done in phases, so not all work will begin on August 9th. The entire project is scheduled to be completed within two-weeks, barring adverse weather conditions. The city asks motorists to be patient and reduce speed when driving through the construction zones.

The Marinette Police Department Stray Cat Policy

The Marinette Police Department would like to make the community aware that due to the lack of placement availability at their contracted Veterinarian Clinic the Marinette Police Department is forced to change their protocol on stray cat placement. The police department is sorry for this needed change and hope it is only short term. Effective immediately if you recover a stray cat, you will be asked to call the Marinette Police Department at 715-732-5200 and speak with Public Service Officer, Mary Cherry. Your name will be placed on a list and you will be contacted when space opens up at the Veterinarian Clinic for the cat to be placed. If the cat is in poor health or other factors exist, PSO Cherry will take of it accordingly. If you have any questions, please contact the Marinette Police Department.

Egg Harbor tops Maplewood in regular season finale on 105.1 The GOAT, playoff field set

The rain made the final Sunday of the Door County Baseball League regular season finale cloudy, while the playoff picture is now clear. It was a close game for the first half of the afternoon, but then got crazy in the fourth inning and took off from there. The first run was scored in the second inning by the Indians off a Fuller RBI to make it 1-0. That score remained until the fourth when the Indians went on a runner and scored five. A sacrifice fly by Braden Kita followed up by a two-RBI double by Eric DeJardin and a two-run RBI triple from Alex Byrn. Another large inning came in the fifth for the Indians as another four runs scored, making the score 9-0. The Mets got on the board in the top of the 7th inning with two RBIs coming from Zach Marchant and Will Jandrin. The Mets would not be able to get closer as the game ended 9-2.

The Menominee County Sheriff’s Department Releases Additional Details of last Thursday’s Incident

The Menominee County Sheriff’s Department released additional details of Thursday’s incident. At 7:22 AM, the Menominee County Sheriff’s Office and Menominee City Police Department were dispatched to the residence for a report of domestic assault and the brandishing of a firearm. Upon arrival on scene, officers were alerted that a male subject, since identified as Tavon Veal, was armed with a handgun, had had barricaded himself inside the residence after pointing the firearm at another individual. Law enforcement officers established a perimeter around the residence while a Menominee County Sheriff’s Office negotiator attempted to contact the individual to request a peaceful surrender. They advised neighboring residents of the situation and had the option to evacuate or shelter in place. The male suspect refused the negotiator’s request, leading to the deployment of additional resources from the Marinette County Special Response Team, Marinette Police Department Tactical Response Unit, and the Menominee Police Department Robotics Unit. Negotiations continued into the afternoon. The male suspect’s repeated failure to comply with law enforcement prompted the tactical units to deploy OC gas into the residence. The male suspect then exited the home unarmed and was taken into custody.

Cedar River BridgeWalk benefits others

CEDAR RIVER—This year’s Cedar River BridgeWalk will have another agency that will benefit from its fund-raising efforts. Sportsmen With Heart Inc. will join the Cedarville Township Volunteer Fire Department and the Cedar River Chapel as recipients of funds raised by this annual event. Jim Phillips, creator, organizer and CEO of Sportsmen With Heart Inc., began the organization after living the ordeal of a parent with a child having a brain...
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Fresh Take 42 Offers New Twist on Healthful Food

With white siding on the outside and wood on the inside, the high ceilinged Fresh Take 42 looks much like a barn, a fitting backdrop for the restaurant’s homemade dishes. Sitting just north of the Red Putter in Ephraim, the eatery created by Ashe Rider and partner Dave Reera is a labor of love in its first season in the former home of Joe Jo’s Pizza.