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Bottled Water Being Collected for Those With Contaminated Wells in Lincoln
Cory Cochart, Chairman of the Town of Lincoln has organized what is being called a bottled water drive. In a memorandum to residents & landowners in the Town of Lincoln, Cochart detailed why the water drive is being organized… Gallons or cases of sealed bottled water can be brought to the Lincoln Town Hall on Saturdays between 9AM & 12PM, & leave them on the … Continue reading
Fatal Accident in Kewaunee County
The Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a fatal accident that occurred late Friday afternoon in the Town of Ahnapee, at the intersection of County D & County K. Patrick Schneider, 27 from Hayward, Wisconsin was heading West on County K when he failed to stop for a stop sign at the intersection. His Chevy Tahoe collided with a Honda Ridgeline driven by 55 year old Dennis … Continue reading
KC Sheriff’s Department Investigating Thefts From Area Churches
The Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a theft & an attempted theft from two area churches. The sheriff’s department was called to St. Therese Parish Stangleville site in the Town of Franklin Tuesday, to investigate a forced entry. The perpetrators also attempted to gain access to a secured donation container but were unsuccessful. On Wednesday, the sheriff’s department was called to the Pilsen Site … Continue reading
Kewaunee County Board Primary Results
In primary balloting Tuesday for a seat on the Kewaunee County Board in district four, representing a portion of the City of Algoma, Thomas Romdenne led the way with 45 votes, followed by incumbent James Barlow with 31 votes. Barlow & Romdenne will appear on the ballot in the spring election on April 1st. Barry Kuzay finished third with 4 votes.
Vehicle Stolen From Garage Near Algoma
The Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Department is investigating an apparent vehicle theft reported early Sunday morning. At 5:46 Sunday morning, the report of a burglary to a garage & the theft of a vehicle was reported on County S, near Willow Road in the Town of Ahnapee. Sheriff’s deputies determined that a side door on the garage had been forced open & the vehicle was then … Continue reading
All Kewaunee County Snowmobile Open
The Kewaunee County Promotions & Recreation Department has announced that all snowmobile trails in Kewaunee County will open, effective noon Wednesday. Trails are reported to be in good condition, although there is a temporary trail closure near the Black Ash Swamp north of Algoma, riders are asked to avoid that area. For the most up to date information on Kewaunee County snowmobile trails, call the … Continue reading
Kewaunee County Snowmobile Trails to Close
The Kewaunee County Promotions & Recreation department has announced that all snowmobile trails in Kewaunee County will be closing Saturday at 6AM. Snowmobilers are reminded that they can be cited for riding on a closed trail. To find the lastest conditions on the Kewaunee County snowmobile trail system, call the 24 hour information line at (920)-388-7199.
845 & 837 Phone Lines Back Up & Running
Landline phones in the Luxemburg & Casco areas with the 845 & 837 prefix were down most of Monday after damage to an underground line. Crews identified & fixed the problem, & had the lines back up & operational at around 4PM Monday afternoon.
Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Department & DNR Investigate Gunshot Injury
The Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Department & the Wisconsin DNR are investigating an accidental self inflicted gunshot injury from Saturday morning. The incident happened just before 10AM in the Town of Franklin. The DNR, County Rescue & Franklin First Responders also responded to the scene. The 41 year old man was removed from the scene by an ATV & treated prior to being transported to a … Continue reading
Algoma Council Approves Management Contract With Sheriff’s Department
By a vote of 6-0, with two aldermen abstaining, the Algoma Common Council approved entering into a management contract with the Kewaunee County Sheriff’s Department to take over the administrative role of the Algoma Police Department. Over 60 residents of the City of Algoma were in attendance & more than 20 spoke during the public comment portion of the meeting, a majority of which were … Continue reading