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Marathon County Sheriff Randy Hoenisch hasn't filed retirement papers yet (with video)

Hoenisch collects regular paycheck nearly 3 weeks after announcing plans to resign

1:54 AM, Mar. 15, 2013
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Marathon County Sheriff Randy Hoenisch has not yet resigned from his position as the county's top cop, despite announcing his intended retirement nearly three weeks ago.

Hoenisch, who earned $97,843 in 2011 and is the fourth highest-paid sheriff in the state, on Feb. 22 announced his retirement at a news conference. The announcement came just three days after a Daily Herald Media report revealed the sheriff had only been in his office for 1.75 hours so far this year and about 22 hours since August.

Citing what he called a "witch hunt" by the media, Hoenisch said he originally planned to retire ...

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