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  • 11/12/2018 

    100 YEARS AGO: Celebration lasts from early morning until nearly midnight on surrender day. The greatest celebration in the history of Marinette, as it should have been, was the...


  • 11/5/2018 

    100 YEARS AGO: The sad news has just been received here of the death of Louis Bowman, Marinette young man, private with the U.S. infantry in France. His death is due to Bronchia...


  • 10/29/2018 

    100 YEARS AGO: The epidemic ban will be raised on Monday, Nov. 4, in Marinette according to the general order issued by the State Health Department at Madison. Dr. S. Berglund r...


  • 10/22/2018 

    100 YEARS AGO: Miss Ella Davis today received a letter from Miss Mary Bullock, a former member of the Marinette High School faculty. She is at Williston, North Dakota, and ...


  • 10/15/2018 

    100 YEARS AGO: Ten of Marinette’s young men entrained for Madison this noon on the 1:03 train to enter the service of the United States. They will take a course at th...


  • 10/8/2018 

    100 YEARS AGO: “Accordingly,” said Dr. Berglund, “I will take up the matter of closing the schools, churches, theaters and prohibiting all public gatherin...


  • 10/1/2018 

    100 YEARS AGO: The following letter was received by Mrs. Delia La Londe, 147 Hattie St., from her son, Louis La Londe, with the Forestry Engineers in France. The letter, ma...


  • 9/24/2018 

    100 YEARS AGO: To work or fight, is again the slogan of local authorities. Police officials are in the midst of a round-up of “loafers” who persist in evading work. ...


  • From the Files: Week of Sept. 17
    9/17/2018 

    100 YEARS AGO: First Aero Mail from NY to Chicago: Postmaster Patton of New York sent off the first airplane mail from New York to Chicago. The distance for the aviator to trave...


  • 9/10/2018 

    100 YEARS AGO: After a two hour deliberation by the Houston Red Socks and the Chicago Cubs for readjustment of the World Series receipts, the national commission made a flat ref...


  • 8/27/2018 

    100 YEARS AGO: Postmaster L.J. Evans received a hurried call to Green Bay last Saturday to meet special agent of the Department of Justice to consider the disposition of th...


  • 8/13/2018 

    100 YEARS AGO: The Senate Military Committee today voted to report favorably at once the administration man power bill extending draft ages to from 18 to 45 years, but with...


  • 8/6/2018 

    100 YEARS AGO: The new truck for the city of Menominee street department will be officially presented to the city at the next meeting of the city council. At the meeting th...


  • 7/30/2018 

    100 YEARS AGO: The first Marinette soldier to give his life that the world might be made "safe for democracy," is Charles Brown of Middle Inlet, son of Annie Brown formerly of M...


  • 7/23/2018 

    100 YEARS AGO: Atty Eugene B. Martineau of Marinette has made the suggestion that the business and professional men of Marinette form an organization of volunteers to aid the fa...



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