Local News: Sunday, September 11th, 2016
Road Work Beginning Monday.
work will begin Monday for the intersection of
of Public Works tells us that beginning Monday, county crews will begin milling
the pavement in preparation for new asphalt. The road is expected to remain
open for east/west traffic with flagmen directing the flow of traffic during
the work. Beginning Thursday, new asphalt will be put down on the intersection,
with traffic being detoured using
day to complete.
Department of Public Works also says that on Monday, maintenance will be done
to the brick crosswalks on
and Third Streets and
be closed completely. The bricks in the crosswalks and the underlying concrete
will be removed with new stamped colored concrete placed in the crosswalk area.
intersection is expected to open by the weekend and
Monday the 19th. The intersection of
and Second Streets will then close on the 19th for the same repair
Dodge County Sheriff’s Office was called to an “aircraft incident” at the
afternoon. Authorities say a privately owned two-seat airplane had just landed
at the airport for fuel while traveling from
The plane veered off the runway and came to rest in a grassy area adjacent to
the runway and taxiway. The pilot was the only occupant of the plane and was
evaluated by medical personnel at the scene and did not receive treatment and
was not transported. The incident remains under investigation by local
authorities and the F-A-A. The incident was reported around 4:52 pm.
Police are looking for three individuals in their investigation into a strong
armed robbery that took place early Saturday morning. Police received a call
around 6:23 Saturday morning that a man covered in blood was walking down
investigation revealed the man was injured during a strong armed robbery and
substantial battery at a residence in the 300 block of
hospital and released. Oshkosh Police are looking for 22 year old William Marx,
22 year old Lee Hopfensperger and 23 year old Abigail Schutzbank for
questioning in the incident. They are believed to be in a red 2001 Ford
Explorer, license plate number 875YG, that has been reported as stolen. Anyone
with information should contact Oshkosh Police.
Receives a Harley
Army Sargent Dan Tinsley of Fond du Lac was given the keys to a Harley Davidson
Motorcycle on Saturday thanks to a Wisconsin based charity. Hogs for Heroes
made the presentation to Tinsley at Open Road Harley Davidson in
afternoon. Hogs for Heroes raises money to help injured
veterans buy a motorcycle. Tinsley served in
He received a purple heart for his service. He returned to
several veterans causes locally, namely Salute the Troops. Tinsley spoke at the
ceremony about his love for riding motorcycles and how motorcycles can provide
an escape from the day to day challenges that inured veterans face after they
return. KFIZ’s Spencer Wagen had a chance to talk to Tinsley one-on-one. You
can hear the full interview on Monday’s breakfast club.