CBS 58 Hometowns: Oconomowoc
OCONOMOWOC, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Natalie Shepherd was in Oconomowoc as part of CBS 58 Hometowns Thursday, July 14.
First stop on our @CBS58#58Hometowns stop today- @DockHounds! It’s the first professional sports team in Waukesha County. pic.twitter.com/aMXXRvqbhx— Natalie Shepherd (@NewsNatalie) July 14, 2022
Meet K-9 Tesla! She’s a support dog at the Western Lakes Fire District in Oconomowoc. #58hometownspic.twitter.com/9D5ixdaVND— CBS 58 News (@CBS58) July 14, 2022
Tesla and handler Matthew Haerter.— CBS 58 News (@CBS58) July 14, 2022
Chief Brad Bowen says Tesla helps first responders cope with what they encounter on duty. Western Lakes Fire District serves over 34,000 residents and covers close to 158 square miles. #58hometownspic.twitter.com/RizHQC1y9e
We’re checking out City Beach, a popular summer destination in the city of @WI_Oconomowoc.— CBS 58 News (@CBS58) July 14, 2022
It offers a public boat launch as well as canoe, kayak and paddle board rentals. ☀️?#58Hometownspic.twitter.com/idJp8kZnFW
Follow the yellow brick road to #Oconomowoc! So much to see and do. We’ll show you the highlights tonight on our @CBS58#58Hometowns. pic.twitter.com/g5ARUKYNeF— Natalie Shepherd (@NewsNatalie) July 14, 2022
Bird’s eye view of Oconomowoc #58Hometownspic.twitter.com/tzKTnrakYZ— CBS 58 News (@CBS58) July 14, 2022
Ahead of her visit, CBS 58 spoke with Oconomowoc Mayor Robert Magnus to tell us what makes Oconomowoc such a special hometown.