The biggest news in January was also some of the most tragic, but also showed a community that cared.
Fire In Muskego
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Saturday, January 26, 2013
A busy weekend ushered in a busy week of meetings, with the key stories also being the most tragic. Here's to a better week ahead!
Last Saturday barely had begun when Kayla Corona, an 18-year-old Muskego High School graduate, was killed in a car crash on Henneberry Drive. Police say alcohol was a factor in the crash, but her family has also stated that the vehicle showed some sign of failure. Early Sunday morning, the news that broke was no better, as a home was totalled by fire on Hidden Creek Court. The cause of the fire, which is suspected to have started in the garage, is under investigation. Monday morning, Zachary Franck made his initial court appearance in the case of the sexual assault of a 12-year-old Muskego girl in December. He entered a not guilty plea before he was remanded into custody, where he will await trail. Perhaps a twist of ironic timing, a '…
Sunday, January 20, 2013
Nobody injured in blaze, which broke out around 4 a.m. Sunday on Hidden Creek Court and caused about $400,000 in damage.
A home on Hidden Creek Court was gutted by fire in the early morning hours on Sunday, with witnesses saying it began in the garage and spread to the rest of the home. No one was injured, but many of the firefighters who responded had up to a quarter-inch of ice on them from the water, said Tess Corners Fire Chief Skip Wojnowski. In addition, neighbors said the water that came from the hoses was as it was sprayed onto the home. The fire was called into police as one of the neighbors, Justin Pauly, let his dog Charlee out around 4 a.m. Seeing the fire, Pauly called 911 and then "ran around the neighborhood trying to wake people up," according to reports. "She never usually has to go out overnight, so I wonder if she sensed something," Pauly…