From: Green Bay Metro Fire Department Battalion Chief Chris Ehmann
Incident Date: 10/23/2016
Incident Type: Fire
Incident Address: 13xx Crooks St.
Incident Time: 15:52
Incident Description: Fire on stove top and kitchen floor
Cause of Fire: Under investigation
Origin of Fire: Stove
Estimated Dollar Loss: $1000
Number of People Displaced: None
Additional Information: Fire in lower unit of house with 4 apartments. Fire was found on stove and spread to the kitchen floor. GBMFD quickly evacuated occupants of the other units, extinguished the fire and ventilated the smoke out of the building. Cause is under investigation by GBMFD Fire Marshalls Office.
Written By: Timothy Zilch Photo’s: Alicia & Timothy Zilch
Clintonville Fire Department & Clintonville Ambulance was paged to 46 South Main for a structure fire Wednesday evening. Clintonville updated the fire to a MABAS working still Embarrass & Marion Fire Departments responded later on Clintonville upgraded the MABAS to a Box Alarm Level Manawa, Pella, Bear Creek & Shiocton brought an Air Wagon. Clintonville Fire Chief says 2 people were Air-Lifted to Milwaukee Hospital.
Written By: Timothy Zilch Photo’s By: Timothy Zilch
Residence from Clintonville & Many Communities turned out at Clintonville Lanes & Banquet Haul Saturday October 15th 2016 for The Just Breathe Benefit to support Jennifer Yaeger, who has cystic fibrosis (CF), is a young mother of three and is happily married to her high school sweetheart, Chad Yaeger. The family
lives in Clintonville. According to Jennifer, “CF has over 1,800 different mutations or genetic
types. I have had lung function percentage around the upper 30’s for as long as I can remember, probably since high school. I did get sick between that time with numerous hospitalizations, at least once a year. So my arms are
pretty much shot from all the picc lines because the IV drugs are hard on your veins. And I can come home with IV antibiotics.
Thursday evening Marion – Clintonville Ambulance Marion First Responders were paged to Marion Body works for a medical call, Once units were on scene they requested Marion Fire Department set a landing zone up at Marion wayside for Theda-Star Medical Helicopter. No other information was available when this post was published.
Clintonville Fire Department was paged Wednesday morning to 44 Main Street Bluebird Cafe for a gas line that was struck. No other information available. Clintonville Police / WE Energies / Clintonville Utilities were also on scene.
From: Green Bay Metro Fire Department Battalion Chief Robert Wiegert
Incident Date: 10/11/2016
Incident Type: Structure Fire
Incident Address: 1567 Deckner Ave. Ann Sullivan Elementary School
Incident Time: 10:51 AM
Incident Description: Fire in a men’s restroom
Cause of Fire: Under investigation by Fire Marshal’s Office
Origin of Fire: First floor men’s restroom
Estimated Dollar Loss: $100
Injuries: No reported injuries
Number of People Displaced: School evacuated for approximately one hour
Additional Information: GBMFD units were dispatched for a fire alarm sounding at Ann Sullivan Elementary School. En route reports were received of a fire in a men’s restroom. Fire Department units arrived within 5 minutes. The fire had been mostly extinguished by a building maintenance worker after being discovered by another school employee. All students and staff had safely evacuated the building prior to Fire Department arrival. Fire crews completed extinguishment, ventilated the building, monitored air quality and checked the remainder of the building for any other fires or fire spread. Fire damage limited to one stall in the men’s restroom and a garbage can. Smoke damage to the restroom and surrounding vestibule. Students were displaced for approximately one hour. School was back in normal operation after the incident with the exception of one restroom and surrounding vestibule. Investigators are continuing the investigation and will be interviewing a person of interest who is a student at the school.
Baiting and feeding ban in Oconto and Menominee counties will begin Nov. 1
GREEN BAY — As required by state law, a ban on baiting for hunting and feeding deer for recreational viewing or other purposes in Oconto and Menominee counties will take effect Nov. 1, 2016.
Chronic wasting disease was detected in a captive white-tailed deer on a private hunting preserve in Oconto County and reported by the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection in late September.
State law requires that the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources enact a ban on feeding and baiting of deer in a county in which the county or a portion of the county is within a 10-mile radius of the known location of a captive or free-roaming domestic or wild animal that has been tested and confirmed to be positive for chronic wasting disease or bovine tuberculosis.
Menominee County is within a 10-mile radius of the Oconto County property on which a CWD-positive deer was found. This Oconto County location is also within 10 miles of Shawano County (2.1 miles); however, Shawano County was already designated as CWD-affected in 2014, which means a baiting and feeding ban is already in place. CWD has not been detected in the wild deer population in Oconto and Menominee counties.
Department staff are aware of the challenge such a sudden change may present for hunters, wildlife watchers and businesses that sell bait and feed. It is important to note that the sale of bait and feed is not restricted, and other uses for these products are allowed. With the ultimate goal of having a healthy wild deer herd, department staff would like to thank Wisconsin’s citizens for their continued role in monitoring herd health and CWD.
Individuals may still feed birds and small mammals, provided the feeding devices are within 50 yards of a human dwelling and at a sufficient height or design to prevent access by deer.
For more information regarding baiting and feeding regulations and CWD in Wisconsin, visit the department’s website, dnr.wi.gov, and search keywords “bait” and “CWD” respectively.