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Wisconsin Woman Strips Naked in Front of Kids, so Cops Won’t Arrest Her

How not to get arrested IN FRONT OF YOUR KIDS...Do what this Wisconsin woman did and take off all your clothes! On second thought, just don't...ever. SanDeigoUnion. This Sheboygan, Wi woman had the best idea ever. As cops surrounded her home, and questioned her at her front door about the stolen items, she had that cartoon lightbulb go off above her head...If I strip down to my undies, there's NO WAY they will arrest me! This was NOT a good idea what so ever.
SHEBOYGAN, WI
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Stock the Shelves: This Plymouth farm gave 75,000 pounds of produce to support hunger relief. Here's how you can support too.

PLYMOUTH - About five years ago, Peter Seely, manager at Springdale Farm in Plymouth, decided to donate surplus produce to Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin. “I knew that there were some people that could use food,” Seely said. “I was also aware too that sometimes what they’re given is just canned stuff, or not the healthiest things, so there was some interest in getting fresh produce.”
PLYMOUTH, WI
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Expanded Highway 23 is Formally Dedicated in Greenbush

A host of dignitaries including the Governor as well as federal, state and local officials gathered in Greenbush on Tuesday to officially dedicate the newly-expanded Highway 23. It took more than a few snips of the ceremonial scissors by Governor Evers when Highway 23’s new configuration was dedicated on Tuesday afternoon at the Greenbush Town Hall. The project, long imagined and nearly as long in becoming reality, created four lanes and three new interchanges between Plymouth and Fond du Lac, improving safety and transit time on the key east-west route.
GREENBUSH, WI
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Lanes reopen on I-41 in Fond du Lac, crash cleared

FOND DU LAC, Wis. (WFRV) – The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) has given an update on the crash in Fond du Lac County on I-41 for both north and southbound lanes. According to WisDOT, the crash is cleared and all lanes of traffic are now open. There is...

Rising food costs hurt both Fond du Lac food pantries and already-struggling families | Stock the Shelves

FOND DU LAC – Temperatures are dropping in Fond du Lac, but prices are not. Though COVID-19 cases in Fond du Lac dropped significantly this year, the effects of the pandemic are still rippling through the area in the form of rising product costs and supply chain issues, digging a deeper hole for people and families that were already struggling to afford meals.
FOND DU LAC COUNTY, WI
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Sheboygan’s Fall Leaf Curbside Collection Begins Monday

With autumn in the air, the leaves are heading for the ground, and City of Sheboygan crews will soon be moving piles of those into trucks. Leaf collection from the curbside will begin Monday and continue through Friday, November 18th. City residents will be allowed to rake leaf piles into the street gutter for easier and faster pickup by City crews…something usually not allowed, The City makes the annual exception during this 6-week time period only.
SHEBOYGAN, WI
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Sheboygan man reached 110 mph in police chase, nearly hit motorcyclist, crashed into pond, charges say

A Sheboygan man allegedly reached 110 mph in a police chase and nearly hit a motorcyclist in the Racine area. Swedish scientist Svante Pääbo won this year’s Nobel Prize in medicine on Monday for his discoveries on human evolution that provided key insights into our immune system and what makes us unique compared with our extinct cousins, the award’s panel said. The prize was announced in Stockholm by Thomas Perlmann, Secretary of the Nobel Committee. Pääbo has spearheaded the development of new techniques that allowed researchers to compare the genome of modern humans and that of other hominins – the Neanderthals and Denisovans. While Neanderthal bones were first discovered in the mid-19th century, only by unlocking their DNA – often referred to as the code of life – scientists have been able to fully understand the links between species. This transfer of genes between hominin species affects how the immune system of modern humans reacts to infections, such as the coronavirus. “The small differences between these extinct human forms and us, as humans today, will provide important insights into how our body functions and how our brain has developed and so forth,” said Nobel Assembly member, Nils-Göran Larsson. About 1-2% of people outside Africa have Neanderthal genes. Pääbo, 67, performed his prizewinning studies in Germany at the University of Munich and at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig. Pääbo is the son of Sune Bergstrom, who won the Nobel prize in medicine in 1982. The medicine prize kicked off a week of Nobel Prize announcements. It continues Tuesday with the physics prize, with chemistry on Wednesday and literature on Thursday. The 2022 Nobel Peace Prize will be announced on Friday and the economics award on October 10.
RACINE, WI
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Autopsy scheduled for Friday in Manitowoc County fatal tavern fire

MANITOWOC COUNTY, Wis. (WBAY) - The Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Office continues to investigate a fatal fire above a bar in Cleveland. Action 2 News checked with investigators Thursday for an update. The department says an autopsy is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 7. Results will be available in 8-12 weeks, according to the county coroner.
MANITOWOC COUNTY, WI
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Lights Go Out in new Holstein Following Crash

Residents in New Holstein were without power for a while yesterday following a crash on the west side of the city. Very little information on the actual crash was released, but a photo released by New Holstein Utilities shows a power pole at the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and Plymouth Street was hit causing it to break into two pieces.
NEW HOLSTEIN, WI
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10-5-22 wrong way driver on i-41

Investigators say a woman who was driving southbound in the northbound lanes of Interstate 41 in Winnebago and Fond du Lac counties was apparently suffering from some mental issues. Shortly after 11pm Monday the Winnebago County Dispatch Center notified the Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Office that the woman had told authorities she was being held against her will. Fond du Lac County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Chris Dobyns says the chase, at Interstate speeds, started on 41 near Highway 76 in Winnebago County and ended when the vehicle ran over stop sticks placed on 41 near Townline Road in Fond du Lac County. Dobyns says it’s fortunate that the vehicle didn’t strike any other vehicles on the Interstate. The woman, and lone occupant of the vehicle, was taken into custody.
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Gobblefest 23 November 23rd

Buy tickets in advance and save $5 at the Butcher’s Block 4th and Everett, Fond du Lac. (Open Tue-Fri 10am-5pm and Saturdays 9am-1pm) Benefits Salute The Troops Inc WI. www.salutethetroopswi.org.
FOND DU LAC, WI
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10-7-22 fdl man charged in connection with stabbing outside press box tavern

A Fond du Lac man has been charged in connection with a stabbing incident outside a Fond du Lac tavern. Thirty one year old Vickendricka Jones made his initial Fond du Lac court appearance Thursday on charges of attempted first degree intentional homicide and use of a dangerous weapon as a repeat offender. Bail was set at $1 million cash. Jones is accused of stabbing a 40 year old Fond du Lac man multiple times outside the Press Box Tavern on Forest Avenue August 6. Police Chief Aaron Goldstein says the stabbing occured after the two men got into an argument. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for October 14.
FOND DU LAC, WI
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Fire causes extensive damage to Fond du Lac home

FOND DU LAC, Wis. — Fire causes extensive damage to a Fond du Lac home. Crews were called to the home in the 200 block of N. Brooke Street shortly before 1 p.m. Monday. They arrived to find the front of the home on fire. No one was inside...
FOND DU LAC, WI
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Jolly Good Soda Makes Top 8 in “Coolest Thing” Contest

Jolly Good Soda is holding its own in the “Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin” contest presented by Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce and Johnson Financial Group. Krier Foods of Random Lake, which makes Jolly Good, got the word Wednesday night that it will now be pitted against the Electric Fire Truck made by Pierce Manufacturing, Incorporated of Appleton. That truck was seeded #1 in the contest, while Jolly Good holds the 8th seed.
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The Top 15 Things Happening Around Sheboygan This Weekend!

The Weekend Whassup for Friday, 10/7/2022! The Point keeps you connected to the top 15 things happening around Sheboygan this weekend!. The Kohler Foundation Presents: Soweto Gospel Choir as they make a world tour stop at the Kohler Memorial Theater tonight (Friday) at 8! http://www.kohlerfoundation.org/distinguished-guest-series/kohler-foundation-presents/. The SCIO Farmer’s Market is...
SHEBOYGAN, WI
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REAL ESTATE | Future of strip mall under review following fire at Braising Pan

October 6, 2022 – West Bend, Wi – The fire, September 29, 2022 at the Braising Pan not only impacted the restaurant but the rest of the strip mall on N. Main Street. Dr. Michael Bardenwerper owns the building and said, “all four business are right now and for the foreseeable future unable to work/practice out of the location.”
WEST BEND, WI
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