Sunday, June 17, 2012

Here is what's playing this week on Eye on Oshkosh...

Be sure to join us starting Monday, June 18 when Cheryl talks with recently retired Winnebago County Board Supervisor Al Jacobson about his 10 years of service. Find out why he decided to step down from the board now, what some of most significant contributions were while on the board, and what his plans are for the future. In the second segment, Cheryl talks with Winnebago County Board Supervisor Bill Wingren and Winnebago County Sheriff John Matz about the upcoming reading of the Declaration of Independence on the steps of the county courthouse on July 4, why it’s so important, what you can expect if you go and some little pieces of trivia about the Declaration that you may not know. They’ll also discuss a few judiciary issues related to the sheriff’s department and the county jail.

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