By Terry Kovarik
Door and Kewaunee County law enforcement officers will be on the look-out this holiday weekend for speeders and drunk drivers. But Kewaunee County Sheriff Matt Joski says he’s noticed that LaborDay visitors tend to be soberer than during other summer weekends.
Joski adds that doesn’t mean his department and others are letting up on their efforts to find and stop those driving under the influence. A conviction can be costly from 150 to 300 dollar fines and up to a nine-month drivers license suspension for a first offense. Fourth-time offenders could get between 60-days to a year in jail, fines from 300 to 2000 dollars and a loss of driving privileges for up to three years.