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Suring began its humble origin before the year of 1872 when it was part of the Town ot How. Before that it was in the Town of Washington. Shawano County, Wisconsin. The first chairman was Fred YakeL. The first clerk was Alexander Grignon.
In the year of 1879, Town of How was set-off from the county of Shawano and made a part of Oconto County with Joe Suring as its chairman. In. 1880, the Town of How laid out the highway between sections 12 and 13, which is the section on which the Village of Suring is located. This is the present highway 32 or Main Street of the village.