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Come and see a yarn bomb firsthand on the Old Courthouse Museum grounds!

The Yarn Bomb the Museum outdoor public fiber art exhibit opens on Wednesday May 11th and will run through August 13, 2016. The exhibit features local crafts people who...

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Milwaukee Sting Volleyball Center Grand Opening on April 9th

For 15 years, Milwaukee Sting Volleyball Club has dreamed of having its own home. This Saturday, April 9th, the dream becomes reality with the grand opening of the Milwaukee Sting...

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Come and visit us at the Old Courthouse Museum for Blast Into the Past Family Day

Come and experience the past on Saturday May 7, 2016 at 9am to 1pm at our free family-friendly, indoor-outdoor celebration! This year, we’re preparing for Yarn Bomb the Museum 2016. Make...

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An Opportunity for Advocacy

Volunteerism is a concept that we hear on the news, in our communities and in our social groups. It’s the willingness by people to do ‘work’ on behalf of...

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J&B Construction Provides Checklist to Help Homeowners Determine ff They Need New Windows

With the arrival of spring, homeowners look forward to opening their windows and letting in fresh air. This is the perfect time to evaluate the quality and efficiency of your...

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Milwaukee County Urges Residents to Apply for Energy Assistance Prior to Moratorium End

Milwaukee County DHHS to disperse $1.3 million to help residents avoid utility disconnection The Milwaukee County Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is working with partner agencies across the community...

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Ozaukee Master Gardener Plant Sale

Ozaukee Master Gardeners will hold its Heirloom Plant & Herb Sale on Saturday, May 21 from 9 AM - Noon at Concordia University Field House. Gardeners young and old can select...

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Knit-In at the Old Courthouse Museum

Come and join us for the April Knit –In Wednesday, April 6 from 10:30-12:30 at the Old Courthouse Museum 320 S 5th St West Bend 53095. This informal group will...

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The Road is Crooked: Bones, Names & the Search for Chief Kewaskum

Join librarian Steev Baker at the Old Courthouse Museum on Thursday April 7 10:30 to 11:30am as he shares what he uncovered during his ongoing research of Chief Kewaskum. Find...

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Marieke Westerman Joins Capture Marketing

Pewaukee, WI – Capture Marketing is excited to announce that Marieke Westerman has joined their team as Vice President. At Capture, Westerman will focus on strategic marketing plan development and execution,...

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Women Wine & Whiskey set new date for Women to Connect

Women, Wine & Whiskey - Inspiration Through the Smooth & Tough Times Women's Business Leadership Builds on Inspiration March 22, 2016 –Women, Wine & Whiskey - Inspiration Through Smooth & Tough...

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Purchase Your Winning Raffle Ticket

Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid is having a raffle! Only 400 tickets will be sold, and you can win up to $10,000!* Raffle tickets are $100 each and are...

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Save the Date! Sunday, April 24 – BD Annual Early Bird Community Rummage Sale!

The BD Early Bird Community Rummage Sale will be held on Sunday, April 24, 2016 from 10 am to 2pm at the BD Elementary School Gym, 5757 West Dean Road. Donations...

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Nicolet High School Seeks Varsity Boys Basketball Head Coach

Nicolet High School is seeking a varsity boys basketball head coach. Applications are open now until April 8, and interviews will begin by mid-April. Applicant requirements and a job description...

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Woman's Scholarship for Continuing Education

The GFWC Brown Deer Junior Woman's Club has established a scholarship fund to help women in Brown Deer who wish to continue their education.Scholarships up to $1,000 will be awarded...

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Brown Deer Resident Director for Acacia Theatre's "Autonomy"

Glenna Gustin, Brown Deer resident, is director of "Autonomy." Acacia Theatre presents “Autonomy” by Jayme McGhan, the story of Marney Rampart, a renowned physicist, author and atheist, who announced she...

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UW-Parkside M.B.A. Program in Top 50 Most Affordable

Dr. Michele Gee directs master's programs at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside and serves as the associate dean in the university’s College of Business, Economics, and Computing. She expressed great pride...

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All are Invited to the Sixth Annual Grand Slam Charity Jam Featuring Star-Studded Line-Up; The Jacksons, Andi & Alex from NBC's 'The Voice' and Many More

Kapco, Inc. and Medix are thrilled to present headliners, the Jacksons, featuring Tito, Marlon and Jackie, at their star-studded, Grand Slam Charity Jam event. Green Bay twin sisters, Andi &...

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Milwaukee Concert Band presents A Mix of Masters

The Milwaukee Concert Band presents a Mix of Masters on Sunday, March 6, at 2:00pm, at Brown Deer High School (8060 North 60th Street, Brown Deer). The Band will perform Alexander’s...

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Service Dogs on Interurban Trails

As spring is right around the corner, the trails around town will be filled with walkers, runners and bikers. In addition to the common courtesies we extend others, one...

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Community Watch

» Shorewood's Florsheim overcomes injuries to earn one final state medal 6/8

» Ballots fill up for fall elections 6/8

» Distance crew earns three track medals for Homestead boys 6/8

» Shorewood relay reaches potential, earns second at state 6/8

» Brown Deer, Homestead, Nicolet, Shorewood and Whitefish Bay Sports Shorts: June 9, 2016 6/8

» Whitefish Bay's first ice cream social of the season is June 15 6/8

» Nicolet state 200 track champ Dunlap has big admirer 6/7

» Tactically smart Davre wins two more state track titles 6/7

» Shorewood trustees approve new police department 6/7

» Former Burger King will become an Arby's 6/7

» Video: Bicyclist beats car in race from Shorewood to downtown 6/6

» Race car driver Hobbs will compete against Olympic cyclist Emery in Rider vs. Driver challenge 6/3

» Video: North Shore police train for active shooter situation 6/3

» Larry's Market operator Ehlers made his mark in cheese Updated:  6/2

» Wisconsin Beer Lovers Festival on tap at Bayshore 6/2

» Nicolet student displays Confederate flag, declares 'white privilege day' 6/2

» Cafe Hollander in Mequon raises more than $35K for chariy 6/2

» Initial Reaction Podcast: 2016 state track preview, and could Henry Ellenson land with the Bucks? Updated:  6/2

» Nicolet student's stunt involving Confederate flag condemned Updated:  6/2

» Shorewood boys to send four entries to state track meet 6/2

» Brown Deer boys advance three to state track meet 6/2

» Developer voted down on Oriole Lane project in Mequon 6/2

» Dunlap and Nicolet boys head to state track in speedy fashion 6/1

» Distance runners to lead Homestead track contingent 6/1

» Davre, Jackson look to lift Whitefish Bay to state track heights 6/1

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