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Looking for an obscure book? Interlibrary Loan at Manitowoc Public Library can help

As a storehouse of knowledge, Manitowoc Public Library offers a range of programming and resources. However, we take special pride in the large and varied collection of materials available for our community to check out - in excess of 164,000 books, DVDs, compact discs and magazines. Our patrons al

HERALD TIMES REPORTER - 2017-09-23 14:16:39

MARCO Services offers substance abuse treatment in Manitowoc | Chamber Notebook

MARCO Services, Inc., at 1114 S. 11th St., Manitowoc, is a community-based residential facility licensed by the State of Wisconsin to serve up to 12 individuals. The facility was founded in 1977 and welcomed its first client Jan. 1, 1978. Formerly MARCO Manor, the facility admitted its first female

HERALD TIMES REPORTER - 2017-09-22 16:54:18

Manitowoc organizations lend hand after hurricanes Harvey, Irma

MANITOWOC - As people in Texas and Florida begin picking up the pieces of their lives devastated by hurricanes Harvey and Irma, Manitowoc businesses and organizations are coming together to send them much-needed supplies and offer help. Tramontina US Cookware in Manitowoc organized a community drive

HERALD TIMES REPORTER - 2017-09-22 12:10:59

Manitowoc County passes FEMA emergency response drill at Point Beach Nuclear Plant

MANITOWOC - Manitowoc County is adequately prepared to respond to radiological contamination in the 10-mile radius around Point Beach Nuclear Plant. That's according to preliminary results of a Federal Emergency Management Agency review of an emergency drill held Sept. 18-20. The drill involved Poin

HERALD TIMES REPORTER - 2017-09-22 20:28:48

Manitowoc woman at drug forum: 'Just because I am an addict, I am not worthless'

MANITOWOC - As a nurse caring for people who had a mental illness, were addicted to drugs or had other causes of brain trauma, Mandi Sveom believed she knew all she needed to about drugs and staying clean and sober. That all changed the day she went to the doctor about a gallbladder issue and walked

HERALD TIMES REPORTER - 2017-09-21 18:36:36

Drink with the Alpacas, Scare USA-Haunted House opening among Manitowoc to-do's

MANITOWOC - There's no lawn to mow and not yet leaves to rake, but that doesn't mean folks need to sit at home bored this weekend. From wining with alpacas to eating barbecue or visiting a haunted house, the Manitowoc County area offers lots of fun activities. (And you can still catch the Green Bay

HERALD TIMES REPORTER - 2017-09-20 19:57:15

Manitowoc now allows dogs in parks

Manitowoc, Wis. (WFRV) - Pets have been banned from Manitowoc City parks for years, but now a new ordinance signed this week hopes to make the city more pet friendly. "In the past it was illegal to have dogs in parks, you could walk on the sidewalk buy you couldn't actually bring them into a park,"

WEAREGREENBAY.COM - 2017-09-20 23:09:30

Woodland Dunes offers day of enchantingly good fun | Bob Schuh

An Enchanted Forest will be coming to life with fun surprises on a trail-lit path from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 7 at Woodland Dunes Nature Center and Preserve. "This is a fun night for kids and families to enjoy getting into friendly costumes, being outside, and meeting some of our misunderstood animals

HERALD TIMES REPORTER - 2017-09-23 11:30:03

Why you should thank bees, flies and butterflies for the food you eat

Before food becomes food, what does it sound like? This may sound like an odd question, but in actuality, much of the time it sounds like a buzz. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, one out of every three bites of food we eat exists because of pollinators, such as bees, flies and even b

HERALD TIMES REPORTER - 2017-09-23 15:39:09

Mishicot's The Badger Bowl updated, ready for bowling season | Michael Steeber

A landmark Mishicot business recently celebrated a ribbon-cutting under new ownership. The Badger Bowl, adjacent to Cozy Corner Cafe and a fixture on Main Street, was taken over by Jeff and Andrea Novak at the beginning of March. Since then, the building has been updated and the bowling pins have be

HERALD TIMES REPORTER - 2017-09-23 12:51:43

L.B. Clarke students explore watershed at school forest | Lisa Quistorf

L.B. Clarke science teachers Laura Reeves, Brian Henrickson and Laura DeBouche received a grant through a program titled "We All Live on the Water: Teachers as Watershed Leaders." This grant enabled all sixth-, seventh and eighth-grade students at L.B. Clarke to spend the day at the Rahr Memorial Ma

HERALD TIMES REPORTER - 2017-09-22 14:59:05

He lost everything to Harvey but gained something he didn't know he needed

Dense Fog Advisory issued September 21 at 8:48PM CDT expiring September 22 at 10:00AM CDT in effect for: Door, Kewaunee, Manitowoc Recovery is a challenging, emotional process one month after Hurricane Harvey Pete Burd HOUSTON, TX - In areas north of town, like the hard-hit Kingwood neighborhood,

NBC26 - 2017-09-22 04:01:05

North Korea could test hydrogen bomb in Pacific, says foreign minister

Dense Fog Advisory issued September 21 at 8:48PM CDT expiring September 22 at 10:00AM CDT in effect for: Door, Kewaunee, Manitowoc Show CaptionHide Caption North Korea's foreign minister hinted Thursday that Pyongyang could test a powerful nuclear weapon over the Pacific Ocean in response to US Pr

NBC26 - 2017-09-22 02:27:40

Ex-CIA operative apologizes for tweet of anti-Semitic article

Dense Fog Advisory issued September 21 at 8:48PM CDT expiring September 22 at 10:00AM CDT in effect for: Door, Kewaunee, Manitowoc (L-R) Dyllan McGee, co-founder of MAKERS initiative, Kathy Griffin, actress and comedienne, Peggy Whitson, NASA astronaut, and Valerie Plame, author and former CIA op

NBC26 - 2017-09-22 02:11:34

Calumet County approves 0.5% sales tax, effective April 1

CHILTON - Calumet County residents and visitors will soon be paying an additional sales tax. The Calumet County Board voted 11-7 on Tuesday to approve a 0.5 percent sales tax. Two members were absent, Supervisors Mike Hofberger and Joseph Mueller. Judith Hartl abstained. The sales tax will take ef

POST-CRESCENT - 2017-09-20 19:21:47

Vietnam Veterans Park in Two Rivers to get new lighting | Greg Buckley

Two Rivers City Council on Monday approved a contract with Hubbartt Electric for just less than $80,000 to install a complete new lighting system on the two primary diamonds (Red and White) at Vietnam Veterans Park. Combined with the materials being purchased directly by the city for this project (a

HERALD TIMES REPORTER - 2017-09-21 15:29:24

Warren Gerds/Critic at Large: Week ahead: A colorful fall mixture on stage

The acting and musical company for Green Bay Community Theater's production of "Foxfire," playing through Sunday, Sept. 24. GREEN BAY, Wis. - Below is more information on "One Step Up" in Sheboygan, "Les Miserables: School Edition" in De Pere, "Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play" in De Pere, "Fran

WEAREGREENBAY.COM - 2017-09-21 05:01:18

Annual state contest, on now, identifies coolest thing made in Wisconsin

What is the coolest thing made in Wisconsin? Last year, according to voters, it was a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. This year, there's a 50-50 chance it will be something from the greater Fox Valley. It might be something made in a 2,600-degree blast furnace at Waupaca Foundry, or the specialty malts

SHEBOYGANPRESS.COM - 2017-09-21 04:07:57

The Commons Melds academia, industry to create tomorrow's innovators

SHEBOYGAN - Amalia Dodgson-Liosatos dreams of landing a job with a local company, but getting the experience needed to land a career can be difficult. The Lakeland University junior has two internships under her belt, but was looking for more opportunities to gain real-world experience to build her

SHEBOYGANPRESS.COM - 2017-09-23 13:47:11

Jeff Janis Joins the 5th Quarter Show on Monday, September 25th

Jeff Janis is scheduled as the 5th Quarter Show special guest this Monday night, September 25th at 5pm, live from Stadium View Bar & Grille in Green Bay. The longest running radio show of it's kind in Green Bay (38 years!) is hosted by Mark Daniels and Matt Z. The 5th Quarter show is always open

WHBL.COM - 2017-09-23 01:20:00