(Osceola) A Campbellsport woman was seriously injured in a single vehicle rollover crash in the Town of Osceola yesterday (Sunday) afternoon. Fond du Lac County sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to Highway 45 at Woodland Drive around 2pm. Deputies on scene determined the vehicle was traveling southbound on 45, failed to maintain control, and entered into the west ditch. The vehicle overturned several times before coming to a rest. The 55-year-old was not wearing her seatbelt and was ejected from the vehicle. She was transported by helicopter to ThedaCare Regional Medical Center in Neenah. Authorities say alcohol is a factor in the crash.
(Wisconsin) Doctors from UW-Health are still very concerned with students coming to schools without masks and spreading COVID. Many districts are already having to either go back to digital learning or cancel classes due to outbreaks. UW-Health pediatric infectious disease specialist Dr. Jim Conway tells WISN that there are more worries than just kids being a little sick. Pediatric wards across the state are filling up with COVID patients much like the rest of the system, and Conway wishes people would stop thinking that children cannot suffer severe illnesses because of COVID. – WRN
(Juneau) The University of Wisconsin- Madison Extension Dodge County is now accepting applications for the Conservation Aids Grant Program. County conservation grants provide financial assistance to enhance county fish and wildlife programs. This Fish and Wildlife Management Grant Program was created to assist counties in the improvement of the fish and wildlife resources. Applications are due to Extension Dodge County no later than Monday, September 13. Applications received after this deadline may not be considered. For more information visit DailyDodge.com.
(Wisconsin) Southeastern Wisconsin will see an uptick in ATV/UTV vehicles traveling on authorized road routes this later this week. Dodge, Fond du Lac, Ozaukee, Sheboygan, and Washington Counties will be hosting the 14th annual Wisconsin ATV/UTV Charity Ride to benefit Make-A-Wish Wisconsin. The event, which has raised over $177-thousand-dollars since it started, will kick off on Thursday September 9th and runs through Saturday September 11th. Motorists in the area are asked to be extra aware of ATV/UTV’s that will be sharing the roadway. Those interested in taking part in the event can find additional information at DailyDodge.com.
(Horicon) The community is welcomed to celebrate a major milestone for a local bank. Horicon Bank is celebrating 125 years of community banking tomorrow (September 7th). A picnic in the park is planned at Discher Park in Horicon from 3pm to 7pm. The Horicon community has been home to Horicon Bank’s business for those 125 years and President Fred Schwertfeger says that makes it the perfect place to thank the bank’s customers and communities. He says this is just one small way to say ‘thank you’ for that continued support. Schwertfeger says everyone is welcome to come to this free, community event. Horicon is the center of the Horicon Bank administration for the 20 offices across the state of Wisconsin. Horicon Bank has been a community bank in central Wisconsin since 1896 and has grown to over one billion in assets.