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Long List Of Charges Against Hobart Man Dismissed

Brown County prosecutors have dismissed a dozen charges against a Hobart man who had been accused of starting multiple fires. Eight of the counts against James Ambrosius were for arson. During one of the fires at a property owned by his uncle and aunt, the uncle suffered a heart attack...
HOBART, WI
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Hobart man involved in Brown County arson to be sentenced in federal court, state charges dismissed

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) – Multiple felony and misdemeanor charges against a man from Hobart have all been dismissed in state court, but will be sentenced in federal court. According to court records, 25-year-old James Ambrosius was charged with seven counts of ‘Arson of Building without Owner’s Consent’, which are felony C charges. However, Ambrosius is still facing charges at the federal level.
HOBART, WI
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Fox Valley Army Reserve Unit To Be Deployed

NEENAH, WI (WTAQ) – A Fox Valley Army reserve unit, based out of Neenah, is being deployed to the Middle East. The 395th Ordnance Company will head overseas to do real-world ordnance oversight and support for service members in the Middle East. Officials say there are about 100 troops...
NEENAH, WI
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Garages being entered in Fox Valley

OUTAGAMIE COUNTY (WLUK) -- Sheriff's officials are warning of people going into garages and trying to get into attics. The Outagamie County Sheriff's Office says the reports are coming from the Buchanan, Combined Locks and Kimberly areas. On weekdays during the day, people are entering open garage doors, sheriff's deputies say.
OUTAGAMIE COUNTY, WI
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Citizens Academy in Clintonville

Police explain their procedures, operations, mission. The Clintonville Police Department recently concluded its first Citizens Academy. Participants learned how and why the department works the way it does. Police Chief Craig Freitag told the Clintonville Tribune-Gazette that he first suggested creating a Citizens Academy a few months after he accepted...
CLINTONVILLE, WI
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Van Deurzen announces run for Wisconsin’s 5th Assembly District

KAUKAUNA — Democrat Joseph “Joey” Van Deurzen has filed to run in the November 2022 election to represent Wisconsin’s 5th District in the state Assembly. The district includes the city of Kaukauna, along with much of northeast Outagamie County and part of Brown County. The seat...
KAUKAUNA, WI
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APPLETON, Wis. (WBAY) - In a room full of colleagues Officer Payne Hughes received one of about a dozen awards from the Appleton Police Department Monday. Only his came from saving a life during a call concerning a disturbance. “On arrival I located a male that was on the sidewalk...
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Kimberly sweeps FVA track and field titles

APPLETON (WLUK) -- Monday at the Fox Valley Association track and field meet, Kimberly was the story as the Papermakers captured the boys' and girls' team titles. In the boys' meet, Kimberly scored at least 21 points in three different events, and finished with 165.5 points, while Oshkosh North was a distant second with 87.5 points.
KIMBERLY, WI

Kenneth Stumpf, a Vietnam War hero who didn't consider himself a hero, died at 77. Now, he's being honored by his Menasha hometown.

MENASHA - Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Kenneth Stumpf was somewhat uncomfortable with his status as a Vietnam War hero. On April 25, 1967, Stumpf, a U.S. Army infantry squad leader with the rank of specialist, rescued three soldiers, one by one, who were wounded and pinned down by North Vietnamese gunfire near Duc Pho. His squad regrouped to eliminate two of three enemy bunkers before Stumpf, running through a volley of gunfire, destroyed the third with hand grenades. ...
MENASHA, WI
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Appleton Police Department Honors Officer for Lifesaving Actions

An officer with the Appleton Police Department was honored yesterday by his colleagues for his lifesaving actions. Officer Payne Hughes was called to a disturbance where he found a man laying on the sidewalk with a stab wound to his neck. Hughes jumped into action and provided first aid to...
APPLETON, WI
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