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Candy Flavored E-Cigarettes are a Trick, Not a Treat

Mint, cherry, chocolate, strawberry, and grape: these are the candy flavors many Wisconsin youth saw in their trick-or-treat bags this year. Unfortunately, they’re also the same flavors added to e-cigarettes...

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Oak Creek School Proposed Redistricting Segregates Franklin residents to One School

The New Oak Creek-Franklin Superintendent and ADHOC Community Task Force has proposed a 9-2 Final redistricting map that segregates all the Franklin residents in the Oak Creek school district into...

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WAWM Nurses Receive Special Training

This past July West Allis-West Milwaukee School District Nurses Suzette Chern and Marla Blom, along with our partner and sponsor from the West Allis Health Department,Yvonne Duemke and Sally Nusslock...

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2015 Southeast Wisconsin Festival of Books Announces Century Fence Essay Contest Winners

WAUKESHA – The Southeast Wisconsin Festival of Books is an annual community celebration of literacy and the arts, where local and national authors and readers of all ages come together...

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Teaching. Learning and Trauma

Alverno College is hosting a forum on teaching, learning and trauma, and the best ways for educators to respond to students who bring experiences of trauma, family difficulty and community...

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MATC to Hold Open House at Oak Creek Campus Oct. 17

Milwaukee Area Technical College’s Oak Creek Campus will hold an open house from 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, Oct. 17, at the campus, 6665 S. Howell Ave. MATC will hold four open houses...

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New Berlin Girl Wants to Increase Awareness of Poverty and Malnutrition in Guatemala

Join us for an interactive, two-hour event, as we come together to help 
each other and our children understand the issues of hunger in a unique and meaningful way. You may think hunger...

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Alverno tops U.S. News & World Report list of “Most Innovative Schools”

Alverno College is ranked number one on the list of “Most Innovative Schools” among Regional Universities in U.S. News & World Report’s 2016 America’s Best Colleges guidebook. Colleges in this...

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Alverno College Students Awarded Scholarships

Several Alverno College students have been awarded scholarships for the 2015/2016 academic year. • Cecilia Marrero, an Education major, has been awarded the American Family Insurance Scholarship in the amount of $650. • Mariah...

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Character Education Recognized in South Milwaukee: South Milwaukee School District Earns State District of Character Award

(South Milwaukee, WI – August 25, 2015) – Superintendent Dr. Rita Olson announced today that South Milwaukee School District received the State School District of Character Award from the Wisconsin...

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MCW Graduate School - Master & Certificate Programs Open House

The Medical College of Wisconsin Graduate School is hosting a Master Degree & Certificate Programs Open House on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 from 5:00pm-7:00pm. Any and all prospective students are...

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Alverno College Awarded Two-Year College Ready Grant from Great Lakes

Alverno College was one of nine colleges and community-based organizations that received a College Ready grant from Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation. Nearly $270,000 will fund two full years...

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Alverno College Elects Don Layden Chair of the Board of Trustees

Alverno College, ranked first in the Midwest for doing “the best job of educating undergrads” by U.S. News & World Report, announced the election of Don Layden to chair of...

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Registration Open K-3 through 8th Grade at St. Martin of Tours School

St. Martin of Tours currently has open registration for grades K-3 through 8th. St. Martin of Tours School is a small and vibrant school with strong academics and a...

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Wisconsin Wins: Thank You Retailers

The Wisconsin Wins Program is a campaign designed to decrease youth access to tobacco products. The Tobacco-Free Suburban Milwaukee and Ozaukee County MJC has been conducting retail compliance checks in...

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Students of All Abilities Enjoy Camp Greendale

Camp Greendale, a day camp for students of all abilities aged 5-12, was held June 15-19 at St. Luke's Church in Greendale. While students participated in traditional camp activities, the...

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GHS Rising Senior Elected Governor of Badger Boys State

GHS Rising Senior Elected Governor of Badger Boys State, State Delegate to Boys Nation Congratulations to Greendale High School student Jacob Malinowski, who has been elected by his peers as Governor...

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Thankful for a tobacco-free Dad

My name is Chula and I want to share this story about my dad with everyone. My dad is an amazing dad he has always been there for me and...

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One Daughter's Plea to Her Smoker-Dad on Father's Day

When I was young, my dad didn’t help me learn how to tie my shoes, learn my ABCs or multiplication tables. Instead, he was too busy smoking into the fireplace,...

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Alverno College Appoints Kevin Casey Dean of Arts and Sciences

Kevin Casey, Ph.D., has been appointed Dean of Alverno College’s School of Arts and Sciences. In this role, he will provide leadership to the School of Arts and Sciences and...

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Community Watch

» Mother of 2, day care center director named to Greenfield School Board 11/24

» Greenfield police dispatch two coyotes reported as aggressive 11/24

» Making way for project, Layton Avenue Baptist Church has new location 11/24

» Full advisory committee endorses West Allis high school boundary plan 11/23

» $2 Budget South Cinemas in Greenfield closes as of Monday, Nov. 23 11/23

» Christmas deadline nears for Holiday Helper donations in West Allis 11/23

» Updated state championship game rankings of area prep football teams and players 11/19

» Whitnall participates in global education conference in Washington 11/18

» Plans for National Avenue upgrade in West Allis ready for public input 11/17

» Greenfield residents worried about coyotes get reassurance, advice Updated:  11/17

» Draft ordinance to allow beekeeping in Greenfield clears health board 11/17

» Steering committee recommends West Allis high school boundary plan 11/16

» 169 smoke alarms installed in high-risk West Allis neighborhood 11/16

» Hay wagon collects ton of love for needy West Allis families Saturday 11/16

» Rock band's message to students aimed at kicking pain out of bullying 11/16

» Man cleared in earlier shooting accused of being high before fatal crash 11/12

» After incidents, Greenfield to hold info. meeting on coyote problem 11/10

» No-tax-increase proposed West Allis budget for 2016 going to a vote 11/10

» West Allis neighbors would pay for some traffic slowing measures 11/10

» Greenfield Highlands meets pond-lining deadline, rain needed for test 11/10

» Greenfield photographer's photo winner in bank's 2016 calendar contest 11/9

» Whitnall School District recognized for its efforts to communicate with residents 11/9

» After 2 coyote incidents, Greenfield alderman warns residents to keep pets safe 11/9

» Initial Reaction Podcast: What's the one recent sports question that bugs JP more than anything else? 11/6

» Wisconsin State Fair neighbors see threat to income from fair parking 11/4

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