It happened Sunday afternoon on Highway 29 near Highway 45, in the village of Wittenberg.
Some property owners in Marinette receive bills saying they owe the city’s water department more than $200 in back payments.
It was stuck on a platform on the Pine Mountain ski jump, which is 176 feet high.
The Menominee Indian Tribe dug a channel through ice on the Wolf River; water levels should slowly decrease in Keshena.
An Oconto County father and son were each ordered to pay nearly $1,600.
Unusual for December, people in Keshena were battling back the flooded Wolf River after ice jams backed the water up.
Menominee tribal leaders say they will be doing mechanical work on the ice. They also say they won’t be using explosives.
Menominee County authorities say a suspected ice jam on the Wolf River is causing the water to rise.
The DNR says with temperatures expected to hit 40 by the weekend, fishermen might find themselves on thin ice.
Police have arrested a suspect in an armed robbery of a gas station Friday night.