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Fond du Lac Action West death notices, Nov. 26

BAKER, Donna M., , of Waupun, died Nov. 17 at Liberty House. Werner-Harmsen Funeral Home.BREIVOGEL, Marjorie, 88, of Ripon, died Nov. 19. Butzin-Marchant Funeral Home.DECKER, Elmer, 85, of Waupun, died Nov. 18 at Christian Homestead in Waupun. Alto Christian Reformed Church. KEMNITZ, Beth L., 69, of

FOND DU LAC REPORTER - 2017-11-22 14:37:27

Authorities in Dodge, Fond du Lac counties searching for missing man

Authorities in Dodge and Fond du Lac counties are searching for a missing man. Ryan Mitchell, 30, was last seen on Saturday morning at Waupun Memorial Hospital. Officials allowed him to drive himself to a medical facility in Fond du Lac, but he never showed up there. Mitchell's mother said her son h


Fond du Lac woman sentenced to 13 years for selling heroin

FOND DU LAC - A Fond du Lac woman will spend 13 years behind bars plus 10 years of supervision for selling heroin in the Fond du Lac area. Fond du Lac County District Attorney Eric Toney said Keana S. J. Cousin, 30, was responsible for moving an estimated 2,000 grams of heroin with a street value of

FOND DU LAC REPORTER - 2017-11-21 15:32:59

Wade House 'Big Bundle Up' donations to benefit Solutions Center

GREENBUSH - Wade House Historic Site in Greenbush will once again be participating in the Wisconsin Department of Tourism's "The Big Bundle Up" charity campaign, which collects warm winter items for those in need across Wisconsin. This is the seventh year of "The Big Bundle Up." To date, the program

FOND DU LAC REPORTER - 2017-11-22 21:19:24

Letter: Interfaith dialogue is paramount in today's environment

As a hijab-wearing Muslim woman, I am quite used to people asking me questions about my hijab, my religion and practices. I appreciate them for broaching these questions and feel honored to answer them. The best part is the twinkle in their eyes, the nod of understanding that follows our conversatio

OSHKOSH NORTHWESTERN - 2017-11-22 21:36:19

Aviation Business Park is deadlocked: no grant money without tenant

OSHKOSH - An aviation business park is caught in a stalemate after officials learned that grant money for a crucial piece of infrastructure is off-limits until a company moves in. But the business park isn't likely to attract companies, either, without this infrastructure: a taxiway connecting the

OSHKOSH NORTHWESTERN - 2017-11-22 16:49:45

Ho, ho, ho, here come the local holiday shows

As sure as there will be Thanksgiving leftovers this weekend, so too starts the holiday entertainment season. From "The Nutcracker" to Mannheim Steamroller to 250,000 lights, a look at a few of the shows delivering holiday cheer to Green Bay and the Fox Valley this year. WPS Garden of Lights 5-9 p.m

GREEN BAY PRESS-GAZETTE - 2017-11-22 15:45:37

Dodge County analyze DPI report cards

Area school districts are either meeting or exceeding state standards, according to the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction 2016-17 report cards. The report cards were released for every school in Wisconsin Monday as part of the state of Wisconsin public school accountability system. This is


Local runners to compete at Foot Locker regional

Erin Fegans last cross country meet didn't exactly go as she had planned. Although the Douglasville native helped lead Landmark Christian to its fourth straight Class A private-school championship, the sophomore didn't have her best race. She will get a chance to atone for that this weekend at the p

GRIFFIN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-22 14:41:00

Use it or lose it: Faribault Council discusses what to do with federal dollars

The city of Faribault has only a few weeks to figure out how to spend $445,000 or send it back to the federal government. The task before the City Council Tuesday night was to determine what to spend the money on or whether to spend the money at all. Community and Economic Development Director Deann

SOUTHERNMINN.COM - 2017-11-22 02:18:00

Faribault resident walks, runs 2,017 miles in a year

Try counting from one to 2,017. It's a long, tedious task, isn't it? Now, imagining walking or running 2,017 miles. Even given 365 days, it's an odious task. Faribault resident Carol McHugo is approaching that number as part of the Run the Year initiative. It challenges athletes to travel 2,017 mile

SOUTHERNMINN.COM - 2017-11-21 22:00:00

Holidays start early at Faribault Senior Center

The holiday season officially arrives at the Buckham Center with the Hometown Holiday celebration scheduled from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30. You will see the arrival of Santa and some real reindeer, have a cookie and popcorn, enjoy special holiday music and participate in many family activitie

SOUTHERNMINN.COM - 2017-11-21 19:02:00

Community outlook drives discussions at Faribault School Board retreat

Discussions on ways to best involve, understand and inform the Faribault community circulated among School Board members at the Faribault School Board retreat Monday evening at the District Office. Printouts of the schools district's mission, vision and goals sparked conversations, and individual bo

SOUTHERNMINN.COM - 2017-11-21 17:51:00

Faribault woman's passion grows into new business

As his angry outbursts and depression worsened, Melinda Jackson felt like she was running out of options for her young son, Bryce. "Bryce used to say, 'Mom, please help me,' and I felt like a failure to the point that I was becoming depressed," Melinda Jackson said. At 6 years old, Bryce was diagnos


New equipment could automate Rice County's elections

Faribault voters cast their ballots earlier this month. It's a process that could get a major update if county commissioners approve new equipment. (Daily News file photo) Imagine entering your precinct, ready to vote. You march up to an election judge and give them your name. Surprise. There are no

SOUTHERNMINN.COM - 2017-11-23 01:00:00

Falcons class of 1942 celebrates 75 years of giving

Thanksgiving is a time when Faribault High School graduates return home, often reuniting with high school friends. But coming together is much harder for the class of 1942 than it is for more recent graduating classes. Unlike the college freshmen who will meet up this weekend, Faribault High School'

SOUTHERNMINN.COM - 2017-11-22 22:30:00

Planning a sober ride home encouraged as drunk driving enforcement begins

When Rice County Sheriff Troy Dunn thinks of the Toward Zero Deaths enforcement wave that kicked off Wednesday night, four names come to mind: Tina Johnson, Greg Fette, Megan Cooper and Brittany Landsverk. All four were killed in alcohol-related crashes in Rice County. "For some, they've never heard

SOUTHERNMINN.COM - 2017-11-22 21:53:00

Police search for suspect in attack of teenage girl on Highline Canal trail in Aurora

AURORA, Colo. - Aurora police asked for the public's help Wednesday in identifying a suspect accused of attacking a teenage girl on the Highline Canal trail. Investigators said a 13-year-old victim was walking on the trail at about 6 p.m. Tuesday night when she was approached by the suspect just sou

KDVR.COM - 2017-11-23 02:27:01

Aurora PD search for suspects after man shot outside liquor store

Aurora police are searching for suspects after a man was shot outside a liquor store. According to a release, officers responded to BK Liquors on E 6th Avenue, just east of Interstate 225, at around 9:30 Friday night on a report of a shooting. When they got there, they found a man with a gunshot wou

9NEWS - 2017-11-22 21:44:43

Aurora PD seeks public's help to find missing blind man

KUSA - Aurora Police are asking for everyone's help finding a blind man who went missing last month. Call 911 immediately if you see Rogaciano Pitones Garcia, 43, who was last seen wearing a Broncos jacket with brown pants, Aurora Police say. He's 5-foot-7, 140 pounds with brown hair and eyes. Polic

9NEWS - 2017-11-22 22:24:23