By Tim Kowols
Kewaunee County Sheriff Matt Joski will be pulling double duty this month as he heads off for training at Fort McCoy in western Wisconsin. Enlisting last fall, Joski will embark on his first initial training as a member of the Army Reserves after previously serving his country as a part of the United States Marine Corps 16 years ago. Counting himself lucky to have a great staff including David Cornelius as his Chief Deputy Sheriff, Joski says he will still try to make time to check up on how things are going at home.
Prior to being sent to Fort McCoy for his initial training, Joski had participated with the Army Reserves with his unit located in Oshkosh.