Saturday, March 21, 2020

Campaign Video for Oshkosh Common Council Candidate Michael Ford

Here is a campaign video for Michael Ford, candidate for the Oshkosh Common Council. Because we were unable to tape recent shows with the candidates, I offered them the ability to create a video. This is what I received from Mr. Ford. And remember to vote on Tuesday, April 7. Do absentee voting if you can.

Monday, March 09, 2020

Pet Food Pantry Opens in Oshkosh

On the latest edition of Eye on Oshkosh, host Cheryl Hentz is joined by Carmen Scott, marketing and communications manager for NEW PAWSibilities Dog Rescue & Shelter in Oshkosh. One of the main topics of discussion was the RUFF Times Food Pantry that NEW PAWS just opened in January.

There are some people who have fallen on “ruff” times and find themselves unable to feed their dog(s), and because of that consider surrendering them. Because no one should have to surrender a family member because of what is – in most cases – a temporary situation, NEW PAWS has started a food pantry from which those folks in need can get the food necessary to feed their beloved furry family members.

Also discussed during the hour is why the majority of NEW PAWS dogs come from Kentucky and how people can help support the rescue – whether it be by donating to the food pantry to help those in need, by making some other financial or in-kind donation, or by volunteering to help them with many of their events and activities, or just around the rescue/shelter itself.

The show can be seen in its entirety here or by following this link:

Friday, August 16, 2019

Annual Walk for the Animals Only a Few Weeks Away

On the latest episode of Eye on Oshkosh, host Cheryl Hentz chats with Cheryl Rosenthal and Cari Tetzlaff from the Oshkosh Area Humane Society (OAHS) about their upcoming Walk for the Animals on Saturday, Sept. 14 Rain or Shine. They explain why this walk is so important and how animals and the people who love them are cared for by the money raised from this annual walk, now in its approximately 25th or 26th year, or thereabouts.

They also talk about the shelter’s new Behavior Department that they have created to help people overcome behavior issues their pet may be having, so they can “fix” them rather than the people feeling like they need to surrender their pets.  Lots of other issues were discussed during the hour. This is one show you won’t want to miss.

Thanks to the shelter for giving us the time they always do. They have a ton of helpful information and are a leading resource in the area – whether someone has adopted a pet from them or is having trouble with an animal in some other sense.  

Catch the show in its entirety here or by following this link:

Friday, August 02, 2019

Eye On Oshkosh - Oshkosh poverty, sex trafficking - taped 8-1-19

On this edition of Eye on Oshkosh, host Cheryl Hentz discusses the problem of poverty in the Oshkosh community, in the first segment, and how area churches, social agencies and concerned citizens are working together to do something about it. 

In the second segment of this show, Hentz and her guests will talk about and promote an upcoming event that focus on the issues of human/sex trafficking and how that is affecting not just women and young girls, but their families and friends, as well. Guests also discuss an upcoming presentation that is free and open to the public where a former sex trafficking victim will talk about her own situation, how she escaped from trafficking, and how it affected those in her life. One of the other messages from this presentation will be that trafficking is occurring everywhere, even in Oshkosh, and people need to know how to recognize it and how to help prevent it. This is an event you WILL NOT want to miss. Go to and search for Sex Trafficking Tickets Oshkosh to sign up or get more information. Meanwhile, this episode of Eye on Oshkosh can be seen here or by following this link:

Thursday, July 18, 2019

Eye On Oshkosh - Gordon Hintz and WI issues, taped 7-18-19

On the most recent episode of Eye on Oshkosh host Cheryl Hentz interviews state Assemblyman Gordon Hintz, representative from the 54th Assembly District, which covers the City of Oshkosh. Check out the show to hear Gordon’s take on many issues currently plaguing Wisconsin and what he feels is needed to fix them. Check out the show here, or by following this link:  

Thursday, July 11, 2019

Eye on Oshkosh - League of Women Voters - taped 7-11-19

You've no doubt heard of the League of Women voters, but do you really know what they do, or what they stand for? The organization is involved in a lot more than you might think. On this episode of Eye on Oshkosh host Cheryl Hentz talks with three members of the League of Women Voters of
Winnebago County. President Margy Davey, Kathy Propp and Susan Curran talk about the local League and the many things it is involved in, as well as what membership means and how people can get involved. See the episode in its entirety here or by clicking on this link:

Friday, June 21, 2019

Eye on Oshkosh - Smart Consumerism and the Better Business Bureau - tape...

Do you know how to protect yourself from door-to-door salesmen? What about from unscrupulous contractors? Are you a bride-to-be searching for a wedding photographer and not sure who to hire? Do you know how to protect yourself against credit card theft or fraud? Want to know what the
latest scams are and how to block robocalls from coming through on your number?

All these things and much more are discussed in the latest edition of Eye on Oshkosh. Susan Bach, regional director for the Better Business Bureau serving Wisconsin talks with host Cheryl Hentz about the ways you can be a smart consumer and protect yourself from people who are in the business of ripping people off. You need to watch this show – either here or by following this link: