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Latest Clinical Report Card from CRL Senior Living Communities Shows Continued Success in Driving Quality Resident Care

Neenah, Wis. (July 6, 2010) — A continued focus on comprehensive resident care has helped CRL Senior Living Communities improve on its already strong clinical outcomes in several key areas,...

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Emerald Ash Borer: A Practical Discussion on Saving Your Trees

Emerald Ash Borer A Practical Discussion on Saving Your Trees By Rob Gorden Emerald Ash Borer is creeping into our ash trees undetected, destroying them from the inside, and threatens to devastate our...

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Legendary Singer Kate Smith Debuts on United States Postal Stamp

Her signature song, “God Bless America,” has been considered America’s unofficial national anthem. Today, Kate Smith, America’s “Song Bird of the South,” took center stage on a U.S. postage stamp...

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Never Stop Looking for Missing Children

Postal Service, Valassis, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children Commemorate “Have You Seen Me?” 25th Anniversary Greenfield, WI — The hopes of thousands of families are carried every day and seen...

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Southwest YMCA is now enrolling for Fall Preschool

The Southwest YMCA in Greenfield is now accepting students ages 2-4 in our Kids Club Preschool program. Children must be that age prior to September 1, 2010. The Philosophy of...

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Tips for Properly Fitting Your Children’s Feet with Sandals

GREATER MILWAUKEE, WI -- Summer is right around the corner and that means putting away the school shoes and purchasing sandals for your children. But how do you know if...

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What Homeowners Should Know Before Remodeling

It all begins with a dream of the perfect home – or perfect home sale. But when it comes to remodeling projects, homeowners should expect the unexpected according to members...

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Greenfield Post Office offers 24 hour service at their Automated Postal Center on Memorial Day.

Greenfield Post Office offers 24 hour service at their Automated Postal Center on Memorial Day, Monday May 21st, 2010. Manager Julie Joers from the Greenfield Post office, reminds you that the...

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Start Planning For Summer Remodels Now

The spring season is when local homeowners should seek out contractors who can turn their dream homes into reality through the process of remodeling, according to the Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement...

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Education and Cooperation Key to Lower Dog Bite Incidents

Greenfield, WI — For every letter carrier bitten, hundreds of children needlessly suffer the pain and trauma of dog bites. Whatever the reasons, dog bites are a serious problem...

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Mailbox Improvement Week Arrives in Time for Spring Cleaning

Mailbox Improvement Week Arrives in Time for Spring Cleaning Greenfield, WI— The U.S. Postal Service® is asking all Greenfield homeowners to inspect and repair their mailboxes during Mailbox Improvement Week, May...

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“First Lady of Cinema” Honored on USPS Postage Stamp

OLD SAYBROOK, CT — The U.S. Postal Service immortalized one of America’s true cinematic treasures — the only recipient of four Academy Awards for Best Actress — on what would...

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The Postal Service Makes it Easy to show Mom and your someone Special your Love with the New Love Stamp.

Show Them the Love In time for Mother’s Day, ideal for birthdays, and perfect for expressing that little word that is sometimes hard to say, the new Love: Pansies in...

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Service Impacts Continue for International Mail to Europe

WASHINGTON — The Postal Service is using all available airlift, rerouting mail through alternate airports and booking available ground transportation to move international mail in response to the ongoing closure...

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Service Impacts Continue for International Mail to Europe

Service Impacts Continue for International Mail to Europe Alternate Transportation Arrangements Being Made WASHINGTON — The Postal Service is using all available airlift, rerouting mail through alternate airports and booking available ground...

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Tax deadline is approaching rapdily, the Postal Service advises you to mail early.

With the deadline for filing income tax returns rapidly approaching, the Postal Service is getting ready for last minute filers. The Automated Postal Center (APCs) is available at the Greenfield Branch...

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Adoption Resources of WI partners with Photography Studio

Adoption Resources of Wisconsin (ARW) has partnered with Proud To Introduce Photography, to provide one family photography session to an adoptive family each month! ARW provides resources and...

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Early long-term care conversations can help seniors with transition

Early long-term care conversations can help seniors with transition Discussing the potential benefits of a senior living community well ahead of time can help them prepare for and embrace the change By...

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Batzner Pest Management Reminds You to Watch Out for “The Top Ten Pests of Spring”

David Letterman’s “Top Ten List” on late night network TV is an example of his offbeat humor. But what’s not funny is Jerry Batzner’s list of “Top Ten Pests...

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Break With Tradition this St. Patrick’s Day Holiday With a Savory Corned Beef Soup

The St. Patrick’s Day holiday brews up memories of corned beef and cabbage for many, but why not try this traditional favorite with a new twist for the holiday?...

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Community Watch

» Investigations begin into cause of fatal West Allis fire Updated:  3/18

» Greendale High to host anti-bullying event featuring ex-Packer Gilbert Brown 3/18

» 2 children killed, 2 survive West Allis duplex fire Updated:  3/17

» NOW sites roll out Facebook commenting system Updated:  3/14

» Marine veteran stops beating, holds man at gunpoint for police Updated:  3/13

» Man arrested for impersonating an officer at Scott E's Pub in Greenfield 3/13

» WIAA boys basketball state tournament photo gallery updated 3/9

» NOW Newspapers wins 22 awards in state contest 3/8

» South Milwaukee thrives in the clutch 3/1

» West Milwaukee offers grant for proposed offices 2/28

» West Allis man charged with possessing child porn Updated:  2/27

» Your snow photos: It's back and it's beautiful 2/27

» Ice cream shop planned for West Allis' Six Points area 2/27

» West Allis man arrested on 12th drunken driving charge 2/27

» Whitnall to conduct communitywide survey 2/26

» New program at Whitnall High School offers job skills, pay, diploma 2/26

» Farmers market coming to Greenfield, survey to help planning 2/26

» Retired Beloit schools official named Greenfield interim business manager 2/26

» WIAA Individual Wrestling Championship photo gallery updated with title matches 2/24

» New Berlin Eisenhower advances past Whitnall 2/23

» Key's heroics come against old coach 2/23

» Weymier plays hero as Whitnall edges Bay View in thriller 2/22

» West Allis leaders to discuss hiring director of public safety as city faces vacancies at police, fire chief 2/22

» West Allis man dies after shooting Adams County deputy Updated:  2/20

» Meyer's Family Restaurant to pay workers back pay after Labor Department probe 2/20

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