Listen here to the M&M post game show from Dexter's
Listen here to the broadcast of the 111th M&M game on Sports Radio 570 https://soundcloud.com/eric-bergstrom-2/mar-082617
Listen here to today's Sports Buzz with Ty Hanson from Wind Rose North.
Listen to today's Sports Buzz with Marinette Marines head coach Andy Walters.
Listen here to today's Sports Buzz with Marinette Marines head coach Andy Walters
Listen to today's Sports Buzz with Eric Bergstrom here.....
Listen to Anchors Away here.....
Listen as Eric Bergstrom talks with Kristy Majors from Pretty Boy Floyd about his career.... past to present.https://soundcloud.com/eric-bergstrom-2/kristy-majors
If you missed Eric Bergstrom's interview with Zak Giese listen to it here.
If you missed Eric Bergstrom's interview with former Menominee Maroon, Zak Giese listen to it here.
Listen to Eric Bergstrom's interview with Toni Niesen from Written Dreams Publishing on Hometown Pros.
Eric Scott Ruska the man who held LeAnn Wilmoth against her will for five days will be criminally charged and prosecuted at the federal level by the Assistant United States Attorney’s Office. Ruska had his initial appearance in court for one count of kidnapping on Friday, July 14th.
He is being detained pending further proceeding. The criminal complaint in the case against Ruska says, “on or about July 8th, Eric Scott Ruska unlawfully kidnapped and sexually assaulted an identified adult female whose initials are L-M-W. The case is being tried federally because the kidnapping alleged in this complaint occurred within the special maritime and territorial jurisdiction of the United States
A little after 4 a.m. this morning, Lee Ann Marie Wilmoth and the man who held her captive for over four-days, Eric Scott Ruska were located at a gas station in Alger County.
Michigan State Police Troopers observed Ruska’s vehicle and approached making contact with Ruska and Wilmoth. It was at that time the troopers determined Wilmoth was being held against her will. Ruska was then placed under arrest…he is currently being held by the Michigan State Police detectives. Wilmoth was transported for evaluation.
Search efforts for the pair began Monday morning after they did not return from a fishing trip on Chicago Lake. Investigators feared Ruska would harm Wilmoth because he has a criminal history. Details on Wilmoth's condition is not available at this time, but she is alive, and Ruska is in custody.
The eighth annual Garden Walk is being held this Saturday…rain or shine. The annual event is put together by the Northern Lights Master Gardeners and the Marinette County U-W-Extension. Mary Holley is with the Master Gardeners.
Vicki Palid treasurer says they’ve included something new this year.
Advance Garden Walk tickets are available at Jack’s Fresh Market in Menominee and Marinette…Marinette Farm and Garden and the Marinette County U-W-Extension Office. Remaining tickets will also be available at the participating gardens the day of the event.
The Demon Barber of Fleet Street kicks off Season 51 of Theatre on the Bay tonight.
Show Director John Thornberry.
Performances of Sweeny Todd begin tonight and run Saturday at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. through July 23rd. Tickets are available one-hour before every performance or online at www.marinette.uw.edu/theatre
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Residents of Menominee an emergency street closure is issued for today...Due to an open sink hole, covering about a five-square-foot area and is about three feet deep. Next to the railroad tracks the City is closing 13th street from 14th Avenue through 23rd avenue for an emergency repair of the roadway.
The intersection of 13th Street and 18th Avenue is completely closed for construction. However, local traffic can access 13th Street between 14th Avenue and 23rd Avenue.
27-year-old Ashley Niewierowski appeared in Marinette County Court yesterday to enter a plea of no contest to three felony counts for her involvement in the burglary of an A-T-M machine from the Corner Convenience Store earlier this year.
Niewierowski is charged with being armed with a dangerous weapon during a burglary which is a maximum penalty of 15-years in prison or $50,000 dollars, attempting to flee an officer which holds a maximum of 3 years 6months or $10,000 dollars, and operating a vehicle without the owner’s consent a maximum of 6-years or $10,000 dollars.
Niewerowski is scheduled for sentencing on September 11th at 2:00 p.m. in Marinette County Court.
Accusations of governmental corruption, greed, and a watered-down resolution are just some of the many remarks made to the Menominee County Board during public comment at last night’s board meeting.
Board member Steve Gromala says he would like to see stronger language in their resolution.
Board member Larry Phelps says he’s not even seeing ten-percent of the people supporting the mine.
The Menominee County Board moved the resolution forward for further discussion regarding the proposed sulfide mine and should be addressed at their next County Board meeting in two-weeks.