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1234442_10152254974348662_704902762_nWOCO Radio is located 3 miles West of Oconto, Wisconsin on highway 22. The stations are locally owned and operated and covering everything local. So, for your news weather and local sports tune into WOCO radio.

WOCO prides itself on supporting local groups, schools and organizations. Check us out on your radio dial at FM 107.1 or AM 1260. FM radio is easy listening from the 50’s to today. AM radio is current and classic country music.

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(Keshena, Wisconsin) The Menominee Tribal Police Department criminal investigations division is asking the public's help in locating Robert S. Lyons, of Chief Little Crow Road. On June 7, 2017 at 3:44 p.m., Menominee Tribal Police Officers responded to an address on Chief Little Crow Road in Keshena, WI to investigate a report of a missing person. According to relatives of Robert, he was last seen on June 4, 2017 during the midafternoon hours leaving his residence on a red and white ATV. Robert resides at the Chief Little Crow Road address. Follow-up investigation by detectives revealed Robert was seen on June 4, 2017 by a METP Officer operating a red and white ATV in the Long Marsh area on the Menominee Indian Reservation. On June 9, 2017 the ATV in question was located by the Menominee Tribal Police Department on its side in the proximity of the area reported. Multiple leads by individuals of the community have resulted in several searches of different areas on the Menominee Indian Reservation. Currently, our detectives are working with the Federal Bureau of Investigations in locating Robert. At this stage of the investigation foul play cannot be ruled out. Robert is described as M/I, 5'9", 120 lbs., with black hair and brown eyes. Robert also has a tattoo of the word "Menominee" on his middle upper back from shoulder to shoulder, an eagle tattoo on the back of his neck, tattoos on his forearms and a tattoo with the words "Native Pride" on the calf of one of his legs. If anyone has information or knows the whereabouts of Robert Lyons please call the Menominee Dispatch Center at 715-799-3881 or Detective Levi O'Kimosh at 715-799-3589.

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