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Packers Attempted to Trade Aaron Rodgers Justin Herbert

Have you heard that there has been a bit of tension between MVP Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers front office? Surprising, I know. This topic has been discussed ad nauseam this summer, with stories being recycled as news and fake stories becoming the most influential among the Packer fan base. Due to this, it’s safe to say the majority of Packer Nation has turned on the reigning MVP, with many calling for an Aaron Rodgers trade so the drama can simply end.
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1 evaluated for smoke inhalation after fire damages 2 Algoma homes

ALGOMA, Wis. (WBAY) - Officials say a fire in Algoma early Tuesday afternoon caused one person to be treated for smoke inhalation. According to Algoma Fire and Rescue, crews were called to a fire at Kirkland and Arlington Avenue in Algoma at about 1 p.m. Before crews arrived, officials say...
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$30 million hotel, apartment development announced in Kaukauna

KAUKAUNA (WLUK) -- A $30 million development including a hotel and apartment complex is coming to downtown Kaukauna. Mayor Tony Penterman's office says the city council on Tuesday agreed to the development on the 3.1-acre Uptown Site. The city has owned the property, near the Fox River and bounded by Lawe Street, Wisconsin Avenue and Catherine Street, since 2018.
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Appleton, WIPost-Crescent

Here's what you need to know about changes for Mile of Music 8

APPLETON - After a gut-wrenching hiatus last year due to COVID-19, Mile of Music is returning to downtown this week. But it might not look, sound and feel quite like the all-original music festival Appletonians and music fans across the state and nation have come to know and love from the previous seven versions.
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Appleton businessman Mark Scheffler announces bid for GOP-held Senate seat

NEENAH – Creating a three-tiered cake as an edible visual of his three-tiered policy platform, longtime Appleton businessman Mark Scheffler announced his intent to enter the race for state Senate Tuesday. "I'm running for the Wisconsin Senate because our state needs leaders who understand the connection between a sustainable economy,...
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Appleton police clear scene, remove person from location

APPLETON (WLUK) -- One person may be charged with trespassing and damage to property after a situation near downtown Appleton Monday afternoon. Just before 1 p.m., police said on Twitter that they were "dealing with an unknown situation, possibly involving a weapon," in the 300 block of E. North Street.
Appleton, WIwearegreenbay.com

Egg roll recipe from GingeRootz Asian Grille

(WFRV) — Pork Egg Rolls. 1 package of spring roll wrappers (25-30) 4 bundles of bean thread noodle (soaked in warm water for 30 minutes and chopped up into 2 inch sections) 1 medium size carrot shredded (1 cup) ½ cabbage finely shredded (2 cups) 1 medium size onion diced.
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De Pere Legion wins state championship

DE PERE – Combining nine De Pere and West De Pere players into one team equaled a Class AAA Legion State Championship Aug. 1 for De Pere Legion Baseball in Plover. Behind the strong pitching of tournament MVP Ethan Susa and a sacrifice fly by Luke Brosig in the bottom of the fifth inning, De Pere bettered La Crosse 1-0 in the title game.
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Hobart Man Charged With Setting 8 Fires Over A 3-Year Period

HOBART, WI- An investigation has linked a Hobart man to eight arson fires set over a three-year period. Investigators in Brown County identified 24-year-old James Ambrosius as a possible suspect in a July 25th fire set at a business in Ledgeview. He was placed at the scene after a surveillance video was examined. Ambrosius admitted being at the location to steal money, but he denied setting the fire. Eventually, he admitted the arson, saying he set the fire to cover up the burglary. He then went on to admit setting several other fires in Ledgeview, De Pere, and Oneida.
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Viroqua, WInews8000.com

Viroqua Legion wins 4th state championship

Viroqua Legion Baseball defeated Denmark 4-2 Tuesday night to claim the program’s fourth-ever state title. Viroqua won their semifinal game earlier in the day over Waupun 12-10. It is Viroqua’s first Legion state title since 2005. COPYRIGHT 2021 BY NEWS 8 NOW/NEWS 8000. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THIS MATERIAL MAY NOT...
Appleton, WIwhby.com

Suspect in custody following Appleton incident

Appleton Police release more information on an incident that shut down a portion of East North Street this (Monday) afternoon. Officers were called to a residence in the 300-block just after 1:00 on the report of an alleged home invasion involving a weapon. A person was eventually taken into custody following a standoff. The suspect will be charged with trespassing and damage to property. North Street reopened to traffic around 3:15.
Green Bay, WIWBAY Green Bay

Brown County man charged with 8 counts of arson

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) - A 24-year-old man from Hobart is accused of setting fires at businesses and farms over the past three years. James Ambrosius is charged with 8 counts of arson and other crimes in Brown County. Ambrosius was questioned shortly after a fire last week where he...
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World of Outlaws revs it up at Outagamie Speedway

Finding Victory Lane at the right time can turn a driver’s season around. That’s precisely what Cade Dillard did Tuesday to win the FVP Platinum Battery Showdown at Outagamie Speedway. Dillard jumped on the roof of his car with joy, and signs of relief showing from the smile beaming across...
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Appleton Police Officer Receives Medal of Valor

A Lieutenant with the Appleton Police Department has been awarded the Medal of Valor after being attacked last year outside the police station. The incident occurred on March 31st of last year at around 4:15 AM, which is when LT. Ty West saw a vehicle parked near the department that had been tailing his squad car earlier in the morning.
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