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When Chris Schemm fires up his Big Green Egg he's cooking for his family... [Read More]
COVID-19 concerns prompt De Pere health officer, council members to oppose waiver allowing more than 50 people in parking area at site's southern end. [Read More]
Virus has infected 50 Oneida Nation members, killing two. Tribe has spent more than $500,000 in response to pandemic, but expects to spend more. [Read More]
Contractors will start submitting bid proposals in mid-August with an expectation to finish the project in 2021. [Read More]
With wine slushies, sangria growlers to go, laid-back concert series and pretty views, area wineries are making the most of their outdoor spaces this summer. [Read More]
Chief Arleigh Porter ends his 40-year tenure with the Sturgeon Bay Police Department on Oct. 2. [Read More]
A leaky municipal pipe overflowed onto the road and caused the road to buckle on the Fourth of July. [Read More]
Shirley Senarighi served 12 years in a leadership position with the organization and plans to continue her involvement. [Read More]
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I'll break my mayonnaise allegiance for this potato salad made with Miracle Whip. The bacon doesn't hurt. The latest No Budget Cooking Series review. [Read More]
James Beaton was charged six months after resigning as city's mayor. [Read More]
Republicans will hold their annual convention Friday night and Saturday at the KI Convention Center in Green Bay. [Read More]
The Packers own more than 76 acres around Lambeau Field, most of it in Ashwaubenon. [Read More]
The community fireworks in Kewaunee were canceled because of COVID-19 but two shows in Algoma took place. Also, more permits were granted than usual. [Read More]
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