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American Legion Post 449 awards Outstanding Public Safety Plaque to Elm Grove Police Department

ELM GROVE (Nov. 19, 2015) – The Elm Grove police department received a special Outstanding Public Safety Award for 2015 from American Legion Post 449. Awarded in recognition of their...

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American Legion Post 449 awards Outstanding Public Safety Plaque to Elm Grove Police Department

ELM GROVE (Nov. 19, 2015) – The Elm Grove police department received a special Outstanding Public Safety Award for 2015 from American Legion Post 449. Awarded in recognition of their...

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The Textile & Fiber Art Book Design of former West Allisresident Patrick Redmond, M. A., on exhibit at Textile Center, a national center for fiber art, Minneapolis, Minnesota

See: Re: "The Textile & Fiber Art Book Design of Patrick Redmond, M. A." Textile and Fiber Arts Books, 1988-1993, Designed by Patrick Redmond, M.A. Patrick Redmond Design Exhibition Dates: November 2, 2015 – December 26,...

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Roufus • Matter Combatives Practical Self-Defense Classes Now Offered at Roufusport

Wednesday, November 4, 2015 (Milwaukee, WI USA) Roufusport MMA Academy will begin offering their new Self-Defense program, Roufus • Matter Combatives, starting next Tuesday, November 10th at 7:00 pm at...

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Local Eye MDs answer top 6 questions about diabetic eye disease

Diabetes is reaching epidemic levels across all ages and races. Chances are you know (or are) one of the more than 29 million Americans with the disease. Whether or not...

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Ms Tiny Wisconsin

I would like to introduce Ms. Tiny Wisconsin, Kharma Goston. Kharma is the state representative for her age division in the state of Wisconsin. Kharma will be competing in...

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Brookfield Native Member of Winning ROTC Team

Rachael DeMeulenaere, Brookfield native and student at Marquette University, was a member of the female Cadet team to participate in the recent 3rd ROTC Brigade Ranger Challenge. Ranger Challenge, which...

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Old Laws Threaten Natural Health Care

Your yoga instructor may be marvelous, but did you know the state of Wisconsin can shut them down for no more than them helping you be healthier? A whole slew...

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Catholic Singles Halloween Dance

Dance - Halloween Theme Saturday, October 17, 2015 7:00 - 11:00 PM $7.00 per person Saint Aloysius Gonzaga Hall, 1414 South 93 Street, West Allis (enter parking lot from...

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Halloween Safety Tips

OAK CREEK, Wis. -- Halloween is approaching! Are you ready to celebrate this spooktacular holiday with your children? According to Beverly Anderson, Executive Director of Ebenezer Child Care Centers with locations...

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Protect your vision, know the 3 leading causes of blindness

Education is key to maintaining your health, vision and independence. To help you “see” life to the fullest, the doctors at Eye Care Specialists’ ophthalmology practice have summarized the symptoms,...

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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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Art and Nature Come Together at the First Annual Artists in The Garden Weekend at the Boerner Botanical Gardens in Whitnall Park, September 12th and 13th, 2015

Milwaukee County Parks, the Boerner Botanical Gardens, and the League of Milwaukee Artists are hosting the first annual Artists in the Garden weekend event on Saturday and Sunday, September 12th...

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Catholic Singles Labor Day Picnic

Catholic Singles Labor Day Picnic Monday, September 7, 2015 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM Greenfield Park Area #3 124th Street and Lincoln Avenue RAIN or SHINE We will have an OLD FASHIONED POTLUCK PICNIC Bring...

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Ensure Access to Natural Health Care

In the 1990s Minnesota natural health care practitioners were blindsided by prosecutorial actions leveled at them by the Board of Medical Practice. One action targeted a farmer selling colostrum milk...

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The State of Senior Health: Where Wisconsin Made Strides, and Where We Need to Improve

With America’s senior population expected to double in size by 2050, it is important that we ensure seniors in Wisconsin can live full and healthy lives. The America’s Heath Rankings...

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Whitnall Graduate and Layton Terrace Employee Completes Eagle Scout Project

Peter Haas has been a dedicated Layton Terrace since December 2012. He is a dining assistant, helping wash dishes as well as serve meals in the various dining rooms....

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Aimee Berg's Brain Tumors

My name is Dave Berg and my Sister Aimee Berg could really use some help. She was diagnosed on April 30, 1976 at the age of 7 with Leukemia. She...

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Restring Your Guitar at Cascio Interstate

Cascio Interstate Music SuperStore, 13819 W. National Ave. in New Berlin, will present a free "Restring Your Guitar Day" on Saturday, May 30 from 10am - 4pm. Replacing old, worn...

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Group Guitar Lessons, Every Monday night in June!

Beginning Guitarists of all ages - take note! On Monday evenings throughout the month of June, Cascio Interstate Music SuperStore in New Berlin will present Group Guitar Lessons with instructor Dan...

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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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