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1 hurt in New London-area house fire
NEW LONDON, Wis. (WSAW) --One person was treated for smoke inhalation after a house fire Thursday afternoon in the Town of Mukwa, near New London.
Home damaged in fire - Waupaca County Post
The cause of the fire is still under investigation, but it does not appear suspicious, according to the New London Fire Department.
One person treated for smoke inhalation after Town of Mukwa house fire
When fire crews arrived, all residents were found safe outside of the home. The fire was immediately attacked and was able to be contained to one room and the floor truss above, the fire department said.
Criminal sentencing - Waupaca County Post
• Judge Vicki Clussman sentenced Jack R. Raymond, 34, Waupaca, to two years in state prison and two years of extended supervision.
The Buzz: Quick updates on moves, closures and an opening
Old National Bank, Indiana's largest bank, purchased Anchor Bank in 2016 and took over its local branches. It currently has Fox Cities locations at 1220 W. Northland Ave. in Appleton and W3160 County KK in Darboy.
DNR sets stipulations - Waupaca County Post
“Our plan is to fill the lake as soon as repairs are completed or as early as the DNR will permit, which is May 15,” Eveland said. “We have no intentions of having the lake drawn down any longer than it takes to get the dam repairs done.”
Menasha Business Owner Says His Shop a "Total Loss" After Brin Building Fire
MENASHA, Wis. (WFRV) - While officials still don't know the extent of the damage the Brin Building in Menasha incurred after it caught fire last weekend, a business owner says his shop within the building is certainly a total loss.
Hortonville High School Opening New Stadium
Construction for the Wolf River Community Bank Stadium broke ground in April. The project included new turf for Akin Field, along with a new concession stand, press box, bathrooms, scoreboard and lighting.
More schools earn safety grants - Waupaca County Post
Local grant recipients announced since July 30 are the Hortonville Area School District, Rawhide Boys’ Ranch in the town of Caledonia, Most Precious Blood Catholic School in New London and Bethlehem Lutheran School in Hortonville.
Letter: Support a new Appleton Public Library
I have a long history of being a library user. Growing up in Milwaukee, I was a regular user of my local branch library. When my children were growing up in Appleton, we made regular trips to the old library. Over the years, I have been a Library Board trustee and a Friends of Appleton Public Librar
Driver faces felony OWI - Waupaca County Post
Andrew G. Bennett, 23, Waupaca, is charged with a fourth drunken driving offense, operating after revocation and misdemeanor bail jumping.
Brockhaus, Raymond - Waupaca County Post
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Armed robbery in Town of Oshkosh
TOWN OF OSHKOSH (WLUK) -- A clerk at a local convenience store was held at gunpoint Friday, according to the Winnebago County Sheriff's Office.Officials say it happened at the Fox Convenience Gas Station on the 5100 block of Jackson Street in the Town of Oshkosh.Officials say a man walked through th
Man arrested in Appleton wanted for human trafficking in 9 states
APPLETON, Wis. (WBAY) -A man being held in the Outagamie County Jail is accused of human trafficking in nine states, including Wisconsin.
Wisconsin primary: Kriewaldt, Wiegert and Wilz claim victories as sheriff
In Outagamie County, Sgt. Clint Kriewaldt, a former NFL player, won 73.5 percent of the vote to easily outdistance law-enforcement veteran Alex Bebris (14.5 percent) and patrolman John Brylski (12 percent) for a four-year term.
Oshkosh man sentenced for hiding corpse
OSHKOSH, Wis. - An Oshkosh man, found guilty of hiding a corpse, appeared in court Wednesday to learn his fate.
Schultz pleads not guilty in drug overdose death case
Schultz waived a preliminary hearing Tuesday, and pleaded not guilty. He returns to court Sept. 10 for a status conference. No trial date has been set, according to court records.
Woman charged with burglary - Waupaca County Post
Amybeth M. Marlega, 42, Manawa, is charged with burglary, theft and misdemeanor bail jumping.
The Buzz: Six reader questions get answers
Trigger Action Sports, the indoor shooting range, is preparing to open in about five weeks. “Right now, we are opening the third week of September with an Oct. 13 grand opening,” said owner George Butz Jr.
The Buzz: Planet Fitness in Grand Chute to move
“Planet Fitness will stay in its current location until the new location is finished later this year,” said Cory Kilsdonk, director of operations.