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Shawano athletes enjoy strong night of regional competition
Both the boys and girls teams earned fifth-place finishes, scoring 62 and 56 points, respectively.
Appleton man accused of 7th OWI after crashing into tree
Appleton Police say Randy R. Reynebeau, 44, will be referred to the Outagamie County District Attorney's Office for 7th Offense OWI; Open Intoxicants; Operating Left of Center; Operating without Insurance and Operating without a Seatbelt.
Menasha woman accused of accidentally shooting boyfriend in hip
Kristina M. Kriefall, 30, was charged in Winnebago County court with injury by negligent use of a dangerous weapon and negligent handling of a weapon, according to court records.
School start times, they are a changin’
The board voted to set the start time for middle and high school students at 8:10 a.m., which will push the end of the school day back to 3:30 p.m., starting in fall for the 2018-19 school year. The current school day has a 7:30 a.m. start with a 2:40 p.m. release.
New London house fire Monday afternoon displaces residents
Buy Photo(Photo: Dan Powers/USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin)NEW LONDON - Two people were will be staying in a hotel after they were displaced by a fire in the attic of their home Monday.The New London Fire Department was called to the house at 524 E. Quincy St. at 2 p.m. for a report of smoke coming fro
Police: Wolf hybrid bites juvenile in Green Bay
GREEN BAY, Wis. - A Green Bay officer seized a wolf hybrid on the city’s west side after the animal bit a juvenile Thursday, according to Green Bay Police, according to our sister station WGBA.A wolf hybrid is a mix of a wolf and a domesticated dog.Man Who Opened Suspicious Package Didn't Own ItThat
Green Bay School Board hires new Washington Middle School principal
The School Board affirmed that decision with a 6-1 to hire Olson. Board member Rhonda Sitnikau was the lone no vote.The hiring comes months after a February news conference when the district announced it would be hiring a turnaround principal in an effort to help the lagging school. It comes almost
Inspire helps students, businesses find each other
“Workforce development is a huge priority for the Shawano Country Chamber,” said chamber director Nancy Smith, who also serves on the board for Education for Economic Development. “The better informed students can be before leaving school can increase their ability to be more productive workers.”
Attorney sentenced to probation for felony heroin dealing charge
WINNEBAGO COUNTY, Wis. (WBAY) -An attorney accused of trading drugs in return for clerical work has been sentenced to probation in Winnebago County.David Templeton, 52, appeared in Winnebago County court Friday for a sentencing hearing on a charge of Manufacture/Deliver Heroin. He pleaded no contest
Hostile man in drive-thru, mom caught stealing clothes | Neenah, Menasha police blotter
Suspicious person, 600 block of West Winneconne Avenue. An older male was parked in the lot watching kids at the playground, and the caller thinks it’s suspicious. An officer found the male was sitting there to eat pizza.Assist citizen, 1100 block of West Winneconne Avenue. A caller found two 9mm sh
Fire damages Procter & Gamble paper mill in Green Bay
Green Bay Metro Fire Department firefighters responded to the mill, 501 Eastman Ave., at 6:34 p.m. Saturday. They found fire and heavy smoke in the production area.
Green Bay man breaks Guinness World Record at Cellcom marathon
"I feel ready. I feel really strong," said Kocken. "I'm going to trust my training, and go out and put in a good time."
Former Shawano city employee facing felony theft charges
SHAWANO, Wis.A former Shawano city employee is expected for a plea hearing next week on felony theft charges. He’s accused of stealing more than $5,000 in goods from the city and area businesses.58- year-old James Schoenhofen started working for the city in 1978, holding other positions before servi
NEW DEVELOPMENTS: New London Man Serving Life for Murder Reaches 20-Year Plea Deal
NEW LONDON, Wis. (WFRV) - Chad Magolski, initially serving a life sentence for killing 77-year-old James Park in New London in 2007, had his conviction overturned by a state appeals court.
Illegal wolf hybrid seized in Green Bay after biting child
Humane officer Mallory Meves responded to a call of a dog bite at 11:12 a.m. Thursday on the west side of Green Bay, according to the police department, where a 107.5-pound, 37-inch-tall white wolf hybrid bit a child unprovoked.
Five new officers join Green Bay Police Department
"It means a lot to be part of a community which I grew up with," said officer Scott Delsart. "Being able to do it for the city that I'm from, coming out of the military, being able to continue to serve others, is a privilege."
Boat capsized on Lake Winnebago, nobody had a life jacket
LAKE WINNEBAGO, Wis. (WBAY) -An off-duty firefighter/paramedic was, as the saying goes, in the right place at the right time.
Car accident in Green Bay causes chain reaction of property damage
GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) - A Green Bay family is frustrated after a car accident on their property set off a chain reaction of destruction Friday morning, resulting in not 1, not 2, but 3 of their cars sustaining damage.
Hortonville man charged, accused of soliciting nude images of girls on Facebook
The investigation revealed the 41-year-old man used a fake Facebook profile to communicate with girls in Texas, Illinois, Colorado, Nebraska and the United Kingdom, the department said.
Oconto County tourism spending up 3.8 percent, outpacing some peers
Overall, the county “placed very well” compared with the other counties in the region in that category and three of four others, said Paul Ehrfurth, executive director of Oconto County Economic Development Corporation.