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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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3 days ago

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This morning, Oconto Police Dept & Oconto Fire Department received a wonderful donation from Officer Belongia’s family & United Healthcare. “Erek’s Little Hero Bags” are bags filled with stuffed animals, coloring books, crayons, puzzles, stickers, and reading books for the police department and fire department to give to children during emergencies. Over 300 bags were donated!

Plaques were also given to the Belongia family, Chief Rehberg and Chief Reed, from United Healthcare. We are grateful for this generous donation & opportunity for Officer Belongia’s legacy to continue to make a positive impact on our community for years to come!
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4 days ago

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With the help of the community, the Oconto County Law Enforcement Executive Group (OCLEEG) was able to make the job of law enforcement in the county a little bit safer. OCLEEG sought help from the community to purchase bullet resistant gear to protect our law enforcement officers in the event they must face a suspect with a rifle. OCLEEG represents all the law enforcement agencies in Oconto County.

Oconto County Law Enforcement agencies have been training and exercising together to respond to and control active threats such as active shooter. Our law enforcement officers were not equipped with the ballistic protective gear necessary to counter the dangerous threats presented by an active shooter. Because the law enforcement officers in Oconto County did not have the financial resources to purchase this equipment, they sought assistance to purchase vests and helmets to provide protection to officers when they are called to respond to armed encounters.

The goal was to equip every officer in Oconto County with a rifle rated vest and a helmet. OCLEEG purchased this equipment for the deputies and officers at approximately $1000 for each officer.

Fifty vests and helmets were purchased with 28 going to the Oconto County Sheriff's Office, 9 to Oconto PD, 7 to Oconto Falls PD, 4 to Gillett PD, 2 to Lena PD, and 1 to Suring PD.

In the front row are donors Stu Winarski (Owner of Chrysler World), Jerry Parham (Chrysler World), and Beth Larson(The Bond Foundation). Not present is JoAnn Parham, Sharon Jansen, or representatives from Nelson Tactical, TransCanada Corporation, K.C. Stock Foundation, or the Zeitler Foundation.

The top row are members of the OCLEEG, Chief Brad Olson(OFPD), Sheriff Mike Jansen(and donor), Chief Mike Rehberg(OPD), Chief Deputy Ed Janke, Chief Phil Christenson(SPD), and WDNR Lieutenant Andy Lundin. Not present is Chief Jesse Keplinger(GPD) and Chief James Herald(LPD).
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6 days ago

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Nickolas Sharkey age 16 was last seen on June 03, 2018 in Oconto, Wisconsin.
He is 5’9” tall, weighs 130 pounds, and has brown hair and brown eyes.
If you have any information contact the
Oconto County police Department at (920) 834-7700 or
Private Investigator Kristalyn Jones at (414) 377-1002
Brown Jones Investigations License #29320431
Law Enforcement Case # c18-02003
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