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Meeting up with Principal Thennes of Lincoln High




Recently, I visited Lincoln High School and my friend Lee Thennes, Principal of Lincoln High School.  As a Lincoln alum, I enjoyed visiting the school and seeing just how much has changed for the better since I was a student. 


It was also nice to see Principal Thennes. Lee and I used to serve on the Manitowoc City Council together from 2004-2008. Principal Thennes is a doing a great job, and I look forward to seeing him continue to do great things for Lincoln High School and the Manitowoc area. 











 Talking with Students about Saying No to Drugs

Last week, I visited Valders Middle School to speak with students about avoiding drugs and the effects drugs can have on a person. The Manitowoc County K9 unit gave a demonstration of a K9 in attack mode taking down Manitowoc County Sheriff Dan Hartwig.



Catch me FRIDAY on WOMT 1240 AM Radio and on MONDAY on WCUB 980 AM

 I will be visiting with two local radio stations on Friday and Monday as part of the "Be My Guest" show.

 Listen to WCUB at 8:10 a.m. or WOMT at 9:30 a.m.(click on the blue links to listen online), and call in to 920-682-0351 with your questions during both radio segments. Thank you to Bob Ziegelbauer for switching me spots! I look forward to hearing from you!


20190514_132617(resize).jpgPictured above is Sen. Devin LeMahieu (Oostburg) and Rep. Terry Katsma (Oostburg)



Meeting with Representatives from Aging Advocacy Network    

On Tuesday, I attended a meeting with several people from the Ageing Advocacy Network. We discussed issues that affect the elderly in our local communities, including transportation access, and family care.  



Representative Paul Tittl


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Representative Paul Tittl

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  • State wildlife officials are reminding everyone to Keep Wildlife Wild – especially during this time of year when many wild animals are born, including white-tailed deer fawns. 
  • The public can find the latest results for a wide variety of wildlife surveys conducted in 2018 on the Department of Natural Resources’ website.  Data includes population surveys and estimates, harvest results and wildlife observation reports.
  • How did Wisconsin get its name? Well, it's complicated.


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