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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.

Our mission is to inform, educate and entertain the public. It is a mission of labor and love and we appreciate our loyal listeners.

WOCO is “The All Heart Radio”

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****UPDATE: SUSPECTS IDENTIFIED**** Thank you to everyone who called or messaged with tips! With your help, Captain Rehberg was able to follow up & positively identify a 15 year old male & 16 year old male as the individuals responsible for this vehicle break in. If you were also a victim of a vehicle break in recently, and have not reported it, please call 920-834-7700. Once again, thank you to everyone who contacted us with tips. Community involvement makes a great impact in solving these crimes as quickly as possible!

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This morning Chief Faith & the Oconto ATV Club kicked off the opening of ATV Routes in the City of Oconto. This is an exciting change for our city! Please remember to adhere to the routes and always obey ATV safety laws & regulations. We hope this can be a fun & positive new opportunity for everyone!

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Oconto Falls is hosting Oconto in baseball join Chuck for all the play by play action this morning on WOCO FM 11am is the first pitch ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to the 2017 Fairest of the Fair, Victoria Hull & 2017 Junior Fairest of the Fair, Grace Seefeldt. Tori is the daughter of Michael & Kathryn Hull of Mountain, and is sponsored by her grandparents, John & Sue Ratliff. She is currently a Freshman at UW-River Falls majoring in International Business & TESOL and a member of the Northern Riders 4-H Club. When Tori isn't busy studying she enjoys riding horses, art, reading, dancing and sewing. Tori also enjoys exhibiting her animals at the fair, which includes dogs, poultry and rabbits. Grace is the daughter of Dale & Becky Seefeldt, of Lena, and is sponsored by Jagiello Dairy LLC. Grace attends Lena Public School and is a member of the Lena Rocketeers 4-H Club. Her hobbies include: cheerleading, basketball, 4-H, cooking, baking and spending time with her pets. At the fair, Grace enjoys exhibiting dairy and beef cattle, as well as cooking and decorated cupcakes. The Fairest of the Fair Committee would like to thank our sponsors for the support, for without them we wouldn't have a successful Fairest Program! Thank you to the following generous businesses and individuals: Oconto County Fair Board, Oconto County Fairest Committee Members, GG's Cheese Mart, Gillett School District, Gillett Shell, Gina Cramer Realty, Mary Kay-Becky Dolata, Oconto Electric Cooperative, Oconto Floral-Becky Fahler, Peshtigo National Bank, Photography by Karen, Rhode's Oasis, Thompsons BP & Wichmans BP. We would also like to extend a huge thank you to the judges, parents, friends and family of all the contestants for the support. Photo Credit: Photography By Karen

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