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One-car crash kills Sheboygan teen

An 18-year-old Sheboygan man was killed and two other teens injured in a one-car accident early Friday morning in the town of Mosel.

According to the Sheboygan County Sheriff’s Department report, at approximately 2:07 a.m. the Sheboygan County Emergency Dispatch Center received two separate phone calls about a motor vehicle accident on County LS and Rowe Road, in the town of Mosel.

Upon arrival, deputies discovered an accident involving a single vehicle with three occupants, one of whom was deceased, one trapped with incapacitating injuries, and a third with minor injuries.

Preliminary investigation of the accident indicated that Steven Mc- Grew, 18, Sheboygan, was driving a 1998 Honda Civic southbound on County LS at a high rate of speed prior to the accident. The vehicle entered the east shoulder, corrected and rolled over numerous times before entering the west ditch north of Rowe Road and overturning again. One of the occupants was ejected from the vehicle at that point.

McGrew was transported to Aurora Medical Center in Sheboygan by Orange Cross Ambulance. The front seat passenger, Guy Kosolek, 18, Sheboygan, was taken to Theda Clark Medical Center in Neenah by Flight for Life.

A third occupant, William Oakley, 18, Sheboygan was ejected from the vehicle. Oakley died as a result of injuries sustained in from the crash.

Deputies, Howards Grove First Responders, Howards Grove Fire Department, Orange Cross Ambulance, and Flight for Life were all dispatched to the scene.

The accident remains under investigation.

Library holding ‘Food for Fines’

Once again this year, the Plymouth Public Library will hold a “Food 4 Fines” collection during the month of December.

Plymouth library patrons can bring non-perishable food items to the library and have overdue fines erased from their library card. Food items will be donated to the Plymouth Food Pantry at the end of December. “Food 4 Fines” is not valid for lost library materials or associated charges. Overdue fines only qualify for this promotion.

Come to the library...bring food...have fines erased!

For more information , stop in or call the library at 892-4416.

DOT holding art contest

The Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s Bureau of Aeronautics encourages children, ages seven to 17, to showcase their artistic talent by participating in its annual statewide poster contest.

This year’s theme is “Flying Saves Lives” – examples of possible themes include medical helicopters, relief transport planes, and aircraft used to put out wildfires.

The top three entries in three different age divisions will advance to the national competition, with the potential to be entered in the international aviation art contest. In addition, statewide winners will receive the following prizes:

· First place: $100 art supply gift certificate or an airplane ride for two

· Second place: $75 art supply gift certificate

· Third place: $50 art supply gift certificate

All artwork must be original and cannot be computer generated. For complete contest rules and the appropriate entry form, visit http://dot.

Entries must be postmarked by Jan. 17, 2014, and mailed to: Nicole Wiessinger , WisDOT – Bureau of Aeronautics , P.O. Box 7914 , Madison 53707-7914.

Holiday cookie, candy sale set

Blessed Trinity Parish in Sheboygan Falls will host its fourth annual Homemade Christmas Cookie and Candy Sale Saturday, Dec. 21.

The sale will run from 9 a.m. to noon in the Blessed Trinity Parish Church Hall basement. Assorted cookie and candy boxes will be on sale for $6 per box.

Blessed Trinity Parish is located at 319 Giddings Ave. in Sheboygan Falls.

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