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Clyman, WI

Hartland trustee under fire for flying misogynistic flag during Hometown Celebration

Hartland residents shared their outrage at Monday's Village Board meeting after a village trustee flew a flag with misogynistic language on it during the Hometown Celebration parade on June 26. Six residents spoke about the incident during public comment. According to residents, village Trustee Tom Truttschel, who was elected to the position in April, flew a...
HARTLAND, WI
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Alleged distracted driver causes 3 vehicle crash on I-94

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - A distracted driver reportedly looking at their phone caused a three vehicle crash on I-94 near Johnson Creek Wednesday afternoon, a Sergeant from the Wisconsin State Patrol reported. According to Officials, around 4:35 p.m. Wednesday during slowed traffic on I-94 a driver going westbound near mile...
JOHNSON CREEK, WI
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Wisconsin school district drops legal threat and use of 'bully tactics' against activist mom

A Wisconsin school district that sent a cease and desist letter threatening legal action against an activist mom dropped the issue Tuesday. The Oconomowoc Area School District board released a statement, which said, "We consider this issue closed... Please know our district is committed to moving forward, continuing to deliver on a high-value education for students and our community."
WISCONSIN STATE
Greater Milwaukee Today

Former Wisconsin governor discusses Alzheimer’s at Memory Cafe re-opening in West Bend

WEST BEND — The West Bend Community Memorial Library on Tuesday hosted former Wisconsin Governor Martin J. Schreiber, who talked about his book “My Two Elaines: Learning, Coping, and Surviving as an Alzheimer’s Caregiver” and his journey being a caregiver for his wife Elaine, who suffered from Alzheimer’s disease and passed away earlier this year, at the grand re-opening of the library's Memory Cafe.
WEST BEND, WI
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Oconomowoc Area School District won't pursue lawsuit

OCONOMOWOC — The Oconomowoc Area School District will not pursue legal action against a woman or her political organization for making comments the district considered defamatory. The district said Alexandra Schweitzer, president of the local political organization No Left Turn in Education-Wisconsin, has engaged in a defamatory campaign using...
OCONOMOWOC, WI

Oconomowoc Area School District tries to clarify cease-and-desist letter it sent to parent who complained about instructional materials

The Oconomowoc Area School District has released a statement intended to clarify what it meant by a cease-and-desist letter that it sent to resident Alexandra Schweitzer after she complained about what she called age-inappropriate instructional materials being made available to district students. In its statement, the district said the letter...
OCONOMOWOC, WI
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No injuries, 6 tenants displaced after apartment fire

We were given a unique vantage point of the fire response at Crow's Nest Apartments, where 4 apartments were damaged and 6 people were displaced. Nine more inmates received four-year degrees and had a diploma ceremony at the prison. Pro-Choice rally held at busy Green Bay intersection. Updated: 4 hours...
GREEN BAY, WI
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Waupaca County receives $10 million state workforce grant

We were given a unique vantage point of the fire response at Crow's Nest Apartments, where 4 apartments were damaged and 6 people were displaced. Nine more inmates received four-year degrees and had a diploma ceremony at the prison. Pro-Choice rally held at busy Green Bay intersection. Updated: 4 hours...
WAUPACA COUNTY, WI
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DEBRIEF: De Pere apartment fire

We were given a unique vantage point of the fire response at Crow's Nest Apartments, where 4 apartments were damaged and 6 people were displaced. Nine more inmates received four-year degrees and had a diploma ceremony at the prison. Pro-Choice rally held at busy Green Bay intersection. Updated: 4 hours...
DE PERE, WI
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Town of Jackson to review development proposals

JACKSON — The town will take up a full slate of development items at the Park and Planning Commission tonight, with residential subdivisions, a business expansion and a new business proposal coming in for the township. The Park and Planning Commission will meet at 7 p.m. in the board...
JACKSON, WI
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Boys’ discoveries in 1930’s farm fields around West Bend | By Dave Bohn

West Bend, WI – Over the last 15 years, Dave Bohn has been writing down memories of his childhood, growing up on the family farm, just south of West Bend on Hwy P. He hopes his writings will preserve the often-overlooked stories of ordinary farmers and everyday farm life in rural Washington County during the Great Depression through the eyes of a local farm boy.
WEST BEND, WI
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Prison inmates graduate with 4-year college degrees

We were given a unique vantage point of the fire response at Crow's Nest Apartments, where 4 apartments were damaged and 6 people were displaced. Nine more inmates received four-year degrees and had a diploma ceremony at the prison. Pro-Choice rally held at busy Green Bay intersection. Updated: 4 hours...
GREEN BAY, WI
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Inmates earn 4-year degree in Biblical studies while in prison

WAUPUN, Wis. (WBAY) - After 4 years and more than 8,000 hours of studying, 9 inmates at the Waupun Correctional Institution turned their tassels officially declaring them Trinity International University graduates Wednesday. The graduates, who are inmates serving 10 or more years, are now equipped to serve the correctional community...
WAUPUN, WI
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Boy Scouts are back home

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GREEN BAY, WI
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Submit your photos: Is your corn “knee high by the Fourth of July”

Washington Co., WI – Knee high by the Fourth of July is an old-timey saying in the farming community; an early visual that could signal a prosperous growing season. Below, Ephraim Gall, almost 2, is standing in the middle of an 80-acre cornfield at Elderberry Manor on CTH M just south of Paradise Drive about this time last year.
WASHINGTON COUNTY, WI
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