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Storms cause damage, power outages

MILWAUKEE — Thunderstorms rolled through southeastern Wisconsin Sunday. They started in the northern counties and moved south,. Severe thunderstorm warnings were issued for almost every county at some point. As of 7:10 p.m., there were power outages across the area, with the most in Dodge, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Washington and...
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Acuity Insurance Promotes Three Employees

Three more employees at Acuity Insurance have been promoted. Stacy Blatz is promoted to Associate Actuary. Stacy started her Acuity career in June 2016 as an Actuarial Analyst. She has a bachelor’s degree from Bradley University where she minored in economics and majored in actuarial science – business. Stacy also holds the Associate of the Casualty Actuarial Society (ACAS) professional designation. She resides in Sheboygan Falls.
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Kiel Native Appointed to the Board Of Directors for Road America

Elkhart Lake’s Road America Inc. recently announced the addition of a Kiel native to its Board of Directors. Christina Laun Fugate is a partner at Ice Miller LLP in Indianapolis. She chairs Ice Miller’s Franchise and Distribution team and is a seasoned commercial litigator. Fugate’s appointment comes in...

Hornets stung on final play by Sheboygan

SHEYBOYGAN, Wis.—The M&M Hornets football team dropped a heartbreaker 33-30 to Sheboygan on Saturday. Down by three with 28 seconds left to play, Jackson Myszak hit Bryson Baxley for a 28-yard touchdown to put the Hornets up by three. The Hornets’ elation quickly evaporated, as Sheboygan took the ensuing kickoff to the house for the game-winning score. Myszak tallied four total touchdowns, throwing a second scoring pass to Jake Farley while tacking on touchdown runs of 10 and 27 yards. Zander Jurkiewicz hauled in a 19-yard touchdown pass from Dylan Beal. The Hornets of the Week were Myszak and Caleb Barstow. Henry Dobbins and Dayton Monfils were recognized as Linemen of the Week.
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Police: Fond du Lac man accidentally shot himself in the leg

FOND DU LAC, Wis. (WBAY) - Police responded to the Mobile Station on 362 North Peters Avenue Friday night around 10:08pm for a report of a man who shot himself in the leg. Officers on scene immediately began life-saving measures, the 21-year-old Fond du Lac man was later taken to a nearby hospital; authorities say he is in serious but stable condition.

Two Vehicle Crash Near Plymouth Results in Injuries, OWI Arrest

A two-vehicle crash near Plymouth Wednesday evening (September 20th) resulted in one person being injured and an OWI arrest. Details of the crash are still very scarce, but we do know that Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the area of Highway 23 and County Highway P at around 8:30 p.m.

St. Nazianz Man Killed In Manitowoc County Crash

A 48-year-old St. Nazianz man was killed last evening (September 22nd) in a two-vehicle collision in the Manitowoc County Town of Liberty. According to a news release this morning from Sheriff Dan Hartwig, the unidentified victim was driving an SUV westbound on County Highway C at about 6:30 p.m., when his vehicle struck an occupied parked semi-trailer unit.

Fond Du Lac Authorities Note Increase In Vehicle Entry Thefts

(Fond du Lac) Authorities in Fond du Lac County are actively investigating numerous incidents of catalytic converter thefts. Sheriff’s officials also report that there has been an uptick in vehicle entry thefts. They say these incidents have been occurring in various locations throughout the county and have generally occurred...

COVID-19 Still Being Monitored – Pace Static

The COVID-19 Pandemic, perhaps awaiting a formal demotion of status sometime soon by many accounts, is still being monitored, especially as the indoor season so well-suited to the spread of airborne diseases such as COVID and influenza, descends upon us. Public health agencies locally, state, and nationwide, have been encouraging...

9-24-22 fdl man seriously injured after accidentally shooting himself in leg

Fond du Lac police are investigating after a Fond du Lac man apparently accidentally shot himself in the leg. Shortly after 10pm Friday police were called to the Mobile gas station on North Peters Avenue for a report of a man who shot himself in the leg. Police Officers arrived on scene and immediately began life saving measures. The 21-year old Fond du Lac man was transported to the hospital where he is in serious but stable condition.

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Ripon woman charged with fentanyl-related death, overdoses at her home

FOND DU LAC COUNTY, Wis. (WBAY) - A Fond du Lac County woman has been charged in a fentanyl-related death and two overdoses at her home in Ripon. Carla Endeward, 54, is charged with eight counts, including First Degree Reckless Homicide, Recklessly Endangering Safety, Maintaining a Drug Trafficking Place, and Possession of Narcotics.

Salchert’s Meats Issues Recall

An area meat processor is issuing a voluntary Class-1 recall for a variety of its meat products. This includes products purchased on or before September 14th from Salchert’s Meats’ retail location in St. Cloud. Those products include vacuum-sealed frozen smoked chicken, dried beef and beef jerky. A Class-1...

Arenz, Schmidt Take Aim at MSA 360 Sprint Car Title

(PEDAL DOWN PROMOTIONS) September 23, 2022 – As the 2022 Midwest Sprint Car Association 360 Sprint Car Series season draws to close during a doubleheader weekend of competition culminating with the 2022 Plymouth Dirt Track Racing season finale at The Plymouth Dirt Track in Plymouth, Wis. on Saturday, Sept. 24, two former champions are seeking to wear the crown for the second time.