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Daddy & Daughter Dance Party

Recommended for Dads or Grandfathers with daughters/granddaughters ages 6-10 Spend Valentine’s Day with your best guy and learn a dance that you can share with everyone at your next family gathering. Participants...

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5 Fast Facts About Glaucoma

Glaucoma is a leading cause of blindness in the U.S., affecting 3+ million Americans. But loss of sight may be preventable—if you educate yourself about the latest advances in detection...

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Franklin Public Library Children’s Department adds

FRANKLIN, WI – Today’s children are born digital. What better way to start them off on the right digital track than with a trip to the library to explore Franklin...

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"Battle of the Bays" winner announced by BloodCenter of WI

Blood donor will attend Green Bay vs. Tampa Bay game December 21 Milwaukee, Wis. — December 16, 2014 — BloodCenter of Wisconsin has selected a Pewaukee blood donor and his guest...

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Home for the Holidays: Keeping You and Your Loved Ones Safe on the Road

The holidays are a time for family and celebration, but unfortunately this time of year also brings more danger to our roads. We hear the same advice time and time...

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The Landmark Senior Community Serves Something Good

December 2, 2014 (Milwaukee, WI)—Residents from The Landmark of West Allis, an independent senior community in West Allis, WI, gathered together on December 2nd to serve those in need at...

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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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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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Time To Move Voting Out Of Schools In Greendale

I live two blocks from my children's elementary school in Greendale. On election day I walk to pick up my two children from school and cast my ballot - all...

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Local Girl Crowned Prestigious Title

Lydia Berg, of Brookfield WI, has been crowned Miss Rodeo Wisconsin 2015. During the Wisconsin River Pro Rodeo in Merrill, WI this past weekend, she competed for 5 days in...

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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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5 Things you should know about diabetic eye disease

November is “National Diabetes Awareness Month” Diabetes is reaching epidemic levels in the U.S. Chances are you know (or are) one of the 25.8 million Americans with the disease. If so,...

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Ken Skowronski Leads 82nd District GOP Primary Field in Fundraising

By Kyle Maichle-Editor of Wisconsin Election Watch, FRANKLIN – Recently released figures from the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board show that Ken Skowronski leads all the Republican primary challengers in the 82nd...

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Muttley Crew rescue dog missing in Oak Creek

Saturday a dog that Muttley Crew (we named her Ava) rescued was able to slip her collar and get away from a volunteer when they were bringing her to my...

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Baby Blues and Anxiety Too

If you are feeling overwhelmed, exhausted, emotional and in need of support, this group is for you. Up to 20% of moms experience depression or anxiety durning pregnancy or postpartum. Turn your...

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Stand Up and Be a Hero for Our Veterans

The new Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) Volunteers for Veterans Program connects volunteers who are 55 and older with local partner agencies serving veterans and their families. Volunteer...

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Community Watch

» Free women's self-dense seminar in March 02:12 PM

» Oak Creek man who killed wife of 55 years sentenced to 8 years in prison 11:12 AM

» Franklin High Senior Mara Matovich to represent Wisconsin in U.S. Senate Youth Program 1/29

» Answers and winners of the Suburban Selfies contest revealed! 1/29

» Oak Creek's Meijer will open in August 1/29

» Drexel Town Square's Emerald Row apartments lauded for 'urban and pedestrian feel' 1/28

» Oak Creek High School may add boys volleyball, girls golf 1/28

» Greendale High School to host regional FBLA leadership conference 1/28

» Cudahy Sportsmen's Club to hire consultant for cleanup plan 1/27

» OCFSD school board member resigns 1/27

» Franklin police investigate home invasion of 83-year-old woman's Oakwood Road residence 1/27

» DNR orders cleanup of debris from shooting range on Lake Michigan 1/26

» Robert Sweetgall, the 'real Forrest Gump,' to lead two public sessions in Greendale 1/26

» With Mia Famiglia in Hales Corners closed, the chef prepares for a restaurant in downtown Waukesha 1/26

» Owners are reportedly closing Mia Famiglia in Hales Corners to a open new restaurant in Waukesha 1/23

» Chick-fil-A seeks Oak Creek's Drexel Town Square for new restaurant 1/22

» Azura Memory Care seeks to build 13th Wisconsin location in Oak Creek 1/20

» Alyson Dudek of Hales Corners will compete on "The Amazing Race" with boyfriend 1/20

» Forum evaluates six Greendale School Board candidates entering primary election 1/15

» Suburban Selfies contest extended through Jan. 25; two selfie solutions to get you started! 1/15

» Assisted living developers pursue Oak Creek neighborhood for facility 1/13

» With no buyer, YMCA to close South Shore facility in Cudahy Updated:  1/13

» Franklin horse farm sold to developer 1/13

» Man gets 5 years for hiding woman's nearly mummified corpse 1/12

» Matching grant awards $75,000 toward Hales Corners Park pavilion construction 1/9

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