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Pleas Reached By Two In Local Drug Ring Busts

 Pleas have been reached with two of eight people arrested in a drug ring bust in Campbellsport on March 31 of this year. Lori Beth Merget, and John Michael Plzak entered guilty pleas in Washington County court on Monday, July 17.
Merget, 57, of Campbellsport pled guilty to two of the charges — conspiracy to commit manufacture/deliver schedule I, II narcotics, and party to a crime of possession with intent to deliver-heroin. Two other charges were dismissed but read into the court proceeding — conspiracy to commit manufacture/deliver heroin, and party to a crime of possession with intent to deliver heroin.
Both counts she pled guilty to are Class E felonies. A sentencing hearing for Mergert has been scheduled for Monday, Sept. 11, in Washington County Justice Center courtroom 1254. She was considered the leader of this drug ring.

For more information please check out this week's Campbellsport News.

Journey Of Faith Leads To Campbellsport

  About 30 teens from Fayetteville, AK, spent last week working at St. Matthew Catholic Church in Campbellsport.
By Friday, some members of the group were sore from landscaping and others had cuts on their hands from removing wall tiles. All of them were splattered with paint from their work painting the walls in the church basement.
But it was all worth it, they agreed.
"We are growing closer in our faith, and also closer to ourselves," said 14-year-old Gaby Montiel.
The group from Arkansas was just a small segment of the 286 teens and chaperones who converged in the area as part of an Alive In You mission trip.

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In This Week's Edition...

 Demolition began on the Campbellsport Middle/High School last week as the building project at the school is well underway. The oldest portion of the building, which included the middle school gym and some original classrooms, is being demolished and then a new portion and addition is being built in that area along with the remodel of several classrooms.
photo by Andrea Hansen Abler

  A crowd watches as Nathan Olson goes up with "patient" Tom Miller during a demonstration by the Campbellsport Fire Department at the Campbellsport Public Library's annual Family Fun Night on Monday, July 17. The fire department was showing how they can rescue injured patients in tight spaces or in challenging locations.
photo by Andrea Hansen Abler




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