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GERALD PETERSON IS AT IT AGAIN!!!!!

Hello I am a long time resident of Oak Creek Wisconsin and it sickens me to see what is becoming of our city. and Mr. Peterson we have you and the...

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New Berlin Author One of Three Wisconsin Writers

New Berlin resident Bill Taylor, author of “A Shooting Star Meets the Well of Death, Why and How Richard Halliburton Conquered the World,” www.rhalliburtonstar.com, was one of three Wisconsin writers...

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Transplant Homes at Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center Receive Special Delivery

Milwaukee, Wis.- Amanda Kelleher just got a little help getting some sleep at night. She’s been staying in one of Aurora Health Care’s “transplant homes” while her husband recovers...

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60th Wedding Anniversary

On August 21st, Julia and Alvin Moede of New Berlin, celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary. They have been blessed with five children and 9 grandchildren. They celebrated their special day with...

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Up and Coming Website for Teen Moms

My story is like many other young women’s in the Southeast Wisconsin area, I got pregnant in high school and had no clue what to do after seeing the little...

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August is “Cataract Awareness Month”: 6 Things you should know about CATARACTS

Cataracts are a leading cause of vision loss in the world. Fortunately, loss of sight is usually reversible with the most common (and extremely quick and safe) surgical procedure performed...

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Brain Injury Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc.’s new informational commercial

The Brain Injury Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc., BIRCofWI, is rolling out their latest advertising piece in the Madison East and Green Bay Department of Motor Vehicle Locations (DMV). Big Bend,...

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Immediate Need for O Negative Blood Donors

BloodCenter of Wisconsin offers State Fair tickets to those who come to the rescue. July 8, 2014 -- BloodCenter of Wisconsin has identified a critical need for O negative blood donations. As...

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Immediate Need for O Negative Blood Donors

BloodCenter of Wisconsin offers State Fair tickets to those who come to the rescue. July 8, 2014 -- BloodCenter of Wisconsin has identified a critical need for O negative blood donations. As...

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UW-Milwaukee Libraries LGBT Collection Receives Major Donation

Local philanthropist Will Radler has donated $65,000 to the UWM Libraries' LGBT Collection in honor of fellow philanthropist Joseph Pabst. Cream City Foundation will facilitate the donation. Radler chose to honor...

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Milwaukee/NARI Offers Tips and Suggestions for Updating the Garage

A home’s garage has traditionally been viewed simply as a place to park vehicles, but the general attitude towards the garage is different today, according to experts from the Milwaukee/NARI...

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Applicants Sought for Summit Credit Union's 6th-Annual 'Project Money'

“The past 7 months have been some of the toughest, yet most rewarding months for our family.” “We used to hate talking about money and it was a real stress...

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The Y's new family group exercise program disguises exercise as fun

The YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee has launched Recess Lab®, an innovative family group exercise program that disguises exercise as fun and is aimed at decreasing childhood obesity. Recess Lab® is a...

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UW-Extension Pruning Workshops Offered

UW-Extension in Waukesha and Milwaukee counties are offering two hands-on pruning workshops in March. Pruning workshops will be held on Wednesday, March 26, 2014 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm at...

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How to overcome a fear of flying

Twice a year, General Mitchell International Airport offers a class to help individuals overcoming a fear of flying. If you know someone who wants to see the world, but...

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5 Things you should know about GLAUCOMA

January is “National Glaucoma Awareness Month” Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness in the U.S., affecting more than four million Americans of all ages and races. But loss of sight...

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5 Things you should know about GLAUCOMA

January is “National Glaucoma Awareness Month” Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness in the U.S., affecting more than four million Americans of all ages and races. But loss of sight...

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Home About Us Elections Blog News Alerts Media Contact Us Ken Skowronski Leads Fundraising Leading Into December 17th Special Election

By Kyle Maichle, Editor of Wisconsin Election Watch, FRANKLIN – Republican candidate Ken Skowronski for the 82nd Assembly District leads his Democratic challenger in fundraising more than a week out from...

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Kids Making a Difference

Too often, you hear people talk about kids and their sense of entitlement. I would like to share a story about a fantastic group of kids who are quite...

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Greenfield Resident Turns 100

My Grandmother, Jessie (Jackie) Toppe, will be turning 100 years old on December 4th. She has lived in Greenfield since 2007, moving in with my parents after my grandfather died. She has...

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Community Watch

» Greenfield School Board nixes funding to explore charter school idea 11/25

» Layton Avenue entrance to Greenfield High School among road proposals 11/25

» Whitnall School District makes AP honor roll 11/24

» Hearings next week on I-94 ramps deemed critical to West Allis 11/24

» West Allis residents to name qualities needed in new superintendent 11/24

» Greenfield council approves 2015 budget after no one speaks at hearing 11/19

» Draft report admits economic harm to West Allis of likely ramp closure 11/19

» Low registrations cause drug, alcohol program postponement at Whitnall 11/17

» West Allis has possible developer for former lime pit 11/11

» Suburban roundup: Week three of the WIAA football postseason 11/10

» Election roundup: How the Milwaukee suburbs and Lake Country voted Updated:  11/5

» Greenfield ups emergency preparedness 11/5

» No more tag and bag, Advanced Disposal official says 11/5

» Daniel Riemer wins Assembly District 7 11/4

» Joe Sanfelippo re-elected in Assembly District 15 11/4

» West Allis to rescue Milwaukee County's portion of Root River path 11/4

» In Whitnall presentation, Your Choice warns people of consequences of drug use 11/4

» West Allis city budget finds no resistance 11/4

» Suburban roundup: Week two of the WIAA football postseason Updated:  11/3

» Man charged with felony stalking, accused of dropping sex toys near teens 11/3

» Photo Gallery: WIAA state soccer tourney day one 10/30

» Liberace still glitters in West Milwaukee lore 10/30

» Former West Allis strip club owner sentenced to prison for perjury 10/29

» Greenfield takes steps toward taxing district for infrastructure work 10/28

» West Allis to hold hearing on 0.28 percent levy increase 2015 budget 10/28

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