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John Domol


Detroit, MI, United States

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Past articles by John:

Green Bay Salvation Army likely to miss holiday goal

The Salvation Army of Greater Green Bay has two days left to make up close to $145,000. → Read More

Historic Nicolet Elementary building goes back to the future for its revival

A building that's more than 100 years old, and on the list of national historic properties, is becoming the life-force of a city. → Read More

The last defense in reclaiming stolen valuables from holiday thieves

Each year–items from TVs to tractors, computers to hunting rifles–are stolen and never recovered. Now, digital technology has given property owners a way to get their items back. Serial… → Read More

Apartments, commercial developments headed for site of old Brin building

When the old Brin building burned down, it left a sizable chunk of downtown Menasha empty. And now, there’s a new plan for the block at the corner of Main and Tayco streets. The Brin theatre … → Read More

Remembering our fallen heroes during Wreaths Across America Day

Wreaths Across America Day made its way to Green Bay, where the Brown County Civil Air Patrol laid out wreaths to remember our freedom-fighters. → Read More

North Pole light display returns to Kaukauna following turbulent offseason

A light display that came close to ending last holiday season is back on its feet in a new location. → Read More

Freedom Fire Dept. eyes new $3.9-million building to address safety concerns

The town's fire chief says the department is running out of space and safety has taken a backseat. → Read More

UPDATE: Kewaunee County D.A. says deputy was justified in using deadly force on Nov. 19

The Green Bay Police Department is currently searching for the suspect and victim of a reported kidnapping. → Read More

Green Bay Police Chief denies rumors he’s leaving

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WFRV) — Green Bay Police Chief Andrew Smith is denying he’s leaving the department. A recent rumor stated that Chief Smith was going to be tapped as the next Chief of Police in Milwaukee. The report said Smith had even toured Milwaukee police headquarters, something he says is not true. Releasing a […] → Read More

Rainy, cooler weather puts a damper on apple season

Apple counts are down and if the weather doesn't shape up, it could end up hurting the season even further. → Read More

“Beachie” Beachkofski’s odd job during WWII

There are all kinds of roles in war: soldiers, sailors, airmen… and then they can get little obtuse from there. “My job was handling the payroll cards for 250 sailors,” said Rober… → Read More

Developers interested in turning old Sturgeon Bay quarry into neighborhood

A scenic overlook in the Sturgeon Bay area has caught the eye of developers who want to turn it into a residential neighborhood. → Read More

Pulaski-based Marquis Yachts catches attention from across the Pacific

Marquis Yachts has been around since the Eisenhower presidency and now it is catching eyes from across the Pacific. → Read More

Asking the community for solutions to the gun debate

Gun control is once more in the spotlight, and our community is saying about possible solutions to the violence. → Read More

WWII Army air base at AirVenture gives guests a trip through time

At AirVenture, planes and other types of aircraft take center stage, but there is a bit more to see than warbirds. A growing group of reenactors highlights the fight on the ground. → Read More

Electric helicopter headlines future aviation at EAA AirVenture

AirVenture is where many companies can put a new technology--such as an electric helicopter--on display for a worldwide audience. → Read More

50-Year Journey: Volunteering at AirVenture since the very beginning

In its 50th year in Oshkosh, volunteers are what give AirVenture wings to fly on. And some have been chipping in since the very beginning. → Read More

Appleton man dies in motorcycle crash

MOUNTAIN, Wis. (WFRV) — A 61-year-old Appleton man is dead following a two-vehicle crash involving a motorcycle Sunday night. According to the Oconto County Sheriff’s Office, the crash happened on State Highway 32 near County Highway W in the town of Mountain at around 8:12 a.m. Deputies who first arrived on the scene found the […] → Read More

Scream ‘N Conuts: A 17 year old’s new take on ice cream

A new business is making waves in Two Rivers, bringing along an unfamiliar take on ice cream cones. And its founder is only 17 years old. → Read More

UPDATE: Outagamie County Board overrides Nelson's veto on sales tax increase

Sales taxes will increase from 5 percent to 5.5 percent in Outagamie County come 2020. → Read More