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Entertainment, sales, picnics and more will mark the final weekend of June.

The Antigo Daily Journal’s advertisements have been chock-full of summertime fun. A look ahead follows.

MUSIC IN THE PARK

Antigo summer Music in the Park series continues Monday in the historic bandstand at City Park. Music starts at 6:30 p.m., with food served beginning at 5:30 p.m.

This week, enjoy country music with Dang Its in a show sponsored by Chris and Patty Shinners. Members of the Langlade County Historical Society will serve pies and Culver’s frozen custard.

Rain location is the livestock pavilion at the Langlade County Fairgrounds. Be sure and bring a lawn chair.

There will be no music on Thursday. Instead, the 451st U.S. Army Marching Band will be performing on Friday in a show sponsored by Bradley Funeral Home and the Langlade County Economic Development Corporation. It will be the music fund-raising picnic with Salm sausages and Optimist cheese curds beginning at 5 p.m. L.A. Arts will be serving the pies and custard.

CHURCH PICNIC

St. Wencel Catholic Church in Neva will host its summer picnic on Sunday beginning with an outdoor
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Alcohol offenses carry pricey fines for local motorists
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Alcohol and drug offenses garnered the most costly fines for those making appearances in Langlade County Circuit Court Tuesdaay.

Phillip A. Basnett, 42, of 1601 10th Ave. and Carl J. Goodrich, 27, of 208 E. Fifth Ave. were fined $887.50 for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated.

The offenders also had their driver’s licenses revoked between six and nine months. Based on their blood alcohol levels, individuals may have also been ordered to equip their vehicle with an ignition interlock device for one year.

An identical fine was ordered for Dillon J. Sus, 21, of 2429 Charlotte Court. His violation was for operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of a controlled substance. His license was revoked for six months.

Michael A. Maksutoski, 16, of Deerbrook was fined $757 for a violation of the state’s absolute sobriety law which prohibits individuals under the age of 21 from driving with even a “drop” of alcohol in their system. The price tag was high in that a passenger under the age of 16 was in the vehicle at the time of the stop. Maksutoski was additionally fined $230.50 for driving with a suspended license.

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Man nabbed on marijuana charge among court visitors
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Reserve Judge Mark Mangerson was back on the local bench Monday as he presided over the weekly intake of criminal cases.

The docket included a mix of charges from traffic matters and theft to drug possession.

Samuel DeBroux of Antigo made his first appearance in Langlade County Circuit Court after his weekend arrest at a Fred Street home. The 20-year-old was allowed release on a $3,500 signature bond while awaiting prosecution on two counts — possession with intent to deliver marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.

According to court documents, law officers seized an estimated 49 grams of marijuana, equivalent to 1.7 ounces, as well as a glass pipe and other drug paraphernalia. Officials said DeBroux also had a drug ledger but he was able to destroy the item before police could confiscate it.

The case is scheduled to return to court on July 13.

A $750 cash bond was continued for Kyle P. Grenwalt, 26, of 600 Third Ave. on six counts of theft, including one felony. He is accused of using a bank card to fraudulently withdraw $3,900 in funds. A preliminary hearing is set for July 1.

A $300 cash bond was also continued for Justin
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Antigo Area Weekend Activities
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Celebrate dad and all that he does this weekend.

From dining and entertainment to sales and sports, there’s something for every father to enjoy in the days ahead.

The Antigo Daily Journal’s advertisements have been chock-full of ideas. A look ahead follows.

FATHER’S DAY

Give your dad a living expression of love with a tree, plant or shrub from Sunshine Trees.

North Star Lanes will offer free bowling for dad and grandpa on Father’s Day from 3 p.m. to close. Bring in the advertisement from the Antigo Daily Journal to receive up to four free games for dad or grandpa.

This Father’s Day, give dad something he’ll really enjoy, a relaxing round of golf at Maplewood Golf Course in Pickerel. Gift certificates are always available.

Give dad the news with a subscription to The Antigo Daily Journal. It’s the gift that keeps giving 307 days a year.

Remember dad with a BP gas card, available in $25, $50 and $100 amounts.

Dad would love some pampering at The Man Cave, a barbershop for men. Get a haircut, eyebrow trim, mustache trim, shampoo, hot towel facial, style and massage for just $11.

Gold Miner Jewelers has the
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High-speed driver arrested, didn't have license
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An unlicensed driver clocked at speeds of over 90 miles per hour found himself in handcuffs Tuesday afternoon.

The 19-year-old male was arrested after being stopped in the lot of the Wagner Shell parking lot on Antigo’s far south side.

A sheriff’s deputy noted that he had the Lincoln paced at 90 mph-plus and his cruiser “wasn’t catching up” when the vehicle was first spotted traveling west on Forrest Ave. The section is marked as a 35 mph zone.

In an unrelated case, Antigo police made an arrest at a downtown tavern Tuesday night.

There had been reports that a patron was causing problems and as a result of the police visit, a 41-year-old man was arrested on a charge of bail jumping. Authorities said he drank alcohol in violation of a court order.
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