> click to READ

 
 
WAUKESHA COUNTY WASHINGTON COUNTY OZAUKEE COUNTY
CLASSIFIEDS AUTOS REAL ESTATE JOBS
 
 

  SUNDAY
January 22, 2017

 
Login to
e-Editions
 

         
HOME

 
   
  SPORTS
Main Page
AP Sports
Packers
Badgers
Bucks
Brewers
Admirals
Golden Eagles
Mil. Wave
Mil. Mile
Golf
Wauk. Golf
   
  AP
  Main Page
  AP World
  AP National
  AP Science
   
  TRAFFIC
  Main Page
  Cameras
  Travel Times
  Construction
   
  LOTTERY
   
  SLIDESHOW
   
  VIDEO
   
  OBITUARIES
  Milwaukee
  Waukesha
  Ozaukee
  Washington
   
 

AUTOS

  Main Page
  Classifieds
   
   
   
 
   
   
  HEALTH
  Main Page
  Cancer
  Dental Care
  Heart Focus
  Mental Health
  Hospitals
 
  Heroin Addiction
 
  HOME
  Main Page
  Local Building
  Local Interiors
  Local Kitchens
  Improvements
  More Ideas
   
  GARDENS
   
  FASHION
  Fashion Events
  Wedding Guide
   
  FITNESS
   
  CUISINE
   
  WEDDINGS
  RESOURCES
   
  NUTRITION
  Main Page
  Local Focus
   
  TRAVEL
  Fall Color Map
  Local
  Midwest
  Visitor's Guide
  Local Lodging
  Zagat
  Directions
  Mitchell Field
 
Guide to Area Lakes
   
  BOOKS
  Main Page
  Calendar
   
  PETS
   
  FAMILY
   
   
 
HINTS FROM HELOISE
   
 
Freeman
   
 
Daily News
   
 
News Graphic
   
 
Ocon. Enterprise
   
 
Sunday Post
   
 
Milwaukee Post
   
 
M Magazine
   
   
 
   
   
   
  SUBSCRIBE
  h.gif (115 bytes)
  CUSTOMER SERV.
  h.gif (115 bytes)
  CONTACT US
  h.gif (115 bytes)
  SUBMIT
AN EVENT
  h.gif (115 bytes)
   
   
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
   
   
   
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

   

 

 


 
 
Women's March on Madison draws thousands to protest Trump
Events
 


PERF. ARTS


MUSIC

 


 RESTAURANTS

 


GALLERIES

ART EVENTS

 


TV LISTINGS


MOVIES

 


AP ARTS

 


PUZZLES


HOROSCOPES

Horoscope.com
Astrolis
 


SOAPS
 

SUBMIT EVENT
 

MADISON — Women and their supporters rallied Saturday in Madison to protest against policies under the new administration of Republican President Donald Trump during his first full day in office. Tens of thousands of people filled the Library Mall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus as similar marches were held in Washington and around the world.
Dion Waiters scores 33 to help Heat beat Bucks 109-97
MIAMI — Dion Waiters tied a career high with 33 points and the last-place Miami Heat won a season-best third game in a row Saturday by beating the slumping Milwaukee Bucks, 109-97. Bucks coach Jason Kidd shook up his lineup, but they lost their fifth game in a row and second in as many nights. Following a defeat Friday at Orlando, the Bucks held a long players-only meeting that became heated at times.
Falcons roll over Packers 44-21 to reach Super Bowl
The Atlanta Falcons are headed to their second Super Bowl appearance in franchise history after routing the Green Bay Packers 44-21 in the NFC championship game. Matt Ryan threw for four touchdowns, including a 73-yard catch-and-run for a highlight-reel score by star receiver Julio Jones. The defense played just as crucial a role in containing quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Packers' offense.
Trump turns to routine matters after day of bashing media Circus museum director laments end of Ringling Brothers
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump, who spent his first full day in office berating the media over their coverage of his inauguration, will spend Sunday engaged in more routine matters, like overseeing the swearing in of high-level staffers. On the second full day of his administration, Trump will see the "assistants to the president" sworn in, according to his press secretary, Sean Spicer. BARABOO — The executive director of Circus World Museum in Baraboo says Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus has left an imprint on the community. It has been nearly 150 years since the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus began its live shows in Baraboo. And after more than a century of entertainment the company announced it would be ending its show tours in May.
2 teenagers chased by police die in car crash in Milwaukee How student loan servicers affect tens of millions of people
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police say two teenagers fleeing police in a stolen car were killed when they crashed into another vehicle. The Journal Sentinel reports the teens were in a Volkswagen Passat that was taken during an armed robbery at about 7:15 p.m. Friday. Police say officers tried to stop the car but the driver took off. Authorities say the driver failed to stop at a red light at an intersection in north Milwaukee and collided with another car.  0WASHINGTON — They aren't well-known. Their names are odd. And what they do — well, it's complicated. Yet student loan servicers — with names like AES-PHEAA and Nelnet — play a key role in the lives of the 44 million Americans who, combined, have amassed a $1.4 trillion mountain of student debt. And this week, regulators accused the largest of them, Navient, of making it harder for borrowers to repay loans.


TODAY IN BUSINESS


0Chinese express doubts about US relations under Trump
BEIJING — People in Beijing expressed doubts Saturday about President Donald Trump's ability to steer the U.S. economy and manage China-American relations, underscoring concerns over trade, Taiwan and other issues. While Trump didn't mention China in his inaugural address Friday, he referred often to the country during the campaign and upended diplomatic protocol after the election by speaking on the phone with the president of self-governing Taiwan, the island China considers its own territory.

TODAY IN SPORTS
Packers add WR depth, sign Max McCaffrey from practice squad
GREEN BAY — The Green Bay Packers have signed rookie receiver Max McCaffrey from the practice squad, adding depth at a position plagued by injuries ahead of Sunday's NFC championship game against the Atlanta Falcons.

     EVENTS
Waukesha Janboree
Waukesha JanBoree: “Flake Out!”, Friday through Sunday, Waukesha. Opening ceremonies at 3 p.m. Friday at Lowell Park, 2201 Michigan Ave., with events until 9 p.m., including ice sculpting, balloon glow and fireworks. Variety of Saturday events throughout Waukesha, including pancake breakfast, trolley rides, Frosty 5K walk/run, geocaching and much more. Sunday events range from ice fishing clinic, horse-drawn wagon rides and dog pull, all at Minooka Park, as well as activities elsewhere. For any cancellations due to weather, visit www.janboree.org or call 262-522-9356.

SLIDESHOWS



West Bend East vs. Hartford Union 01-04-17
Posted 01-10-17


Slinger vs. Watertown 01-03-17
Posted 01-10-17


2016 Photos of the Year
Posted 01-10-17


VIDEOS



West Bend polar bear plunge 2017
Posted 01-01-17


Giving thanks in Washington County
Posted 11-24-16


Project Gratitude in West Bend
Posted 11-21-16


Senator Ron Johnson in West Bend
Posted 11-07-16

Andrew Ounkham rescue reaction
Posted 10-03-16

A ribbon cutting ceremony for the Mamava Suite
Posted 10-02-16

 
 >>All videos
Judge won't toss charges against Wisconsin college student
MADISON — A judge refused on Friday to dismiss four charges against a suspended University of Wisconsin student accused of sexually assaulting and harassing women, rejecting his attorneys' claim that some of his actions were no worse than "Happy Days" television character Arthur Fonzarelli's flirtatious antics.

Medical center closes while DEA investigates
CADOTT — A medical center in northwestern Wisconsin is closed indefinitely as federal agents from the Drug Enforcement Administration investigate.

Baldwin supports pair of Trump nominees
MADISON — Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin is supporting a pair of President Donald Trump's appointees. Baldwin said Friday that she backs Gen. James Mattis for secretary of the Defense Department and retired Gen. John Kelly for Secretary of Homeland Security. 

Wisconsin legislators propose new gun crimes
MADISON — A group of Wisconsin legislators is proposing a bill that would create a number of new gun crimes. The bill would make it a felony for people to possess a gun if they've had three misdemeanor convictions in five years.

Wisconsin unemployment rate drops to 4 percent in December
MADISON — Wisconsin's unemployment rate is 4 percent, the lowest it's been since January 2001. The state Department of Workforce Development reported Thursday that the rate was 4 percent in December, down slightly from 4.1 percent in November.

Police chase in Milwaukee ends in fatal crash
MILWAUKEE — A police chase in Milwaukee has ended with a fatal crash. It happened at an intersection early Thursday morning when a van being chased by police ran a red light and collided with a semi, causing the rig to roll over.

Handful of rat virus cases seen in Wisconsin and Illinois
MADISON — Health officials are investigating how a rare rat virus called the Seoul virus infected eight people in Wisconsin and Illinois.

Mother, missing children could be in Black Hills
SIOUX FALLS, S.D.  — Federal authorities say two children taken by their non-custodial mother in Wisconsin are thought to be in the Black Hills area.

Former Walker co-chair holding fundraiser for Humphries
MADISON — The former chairman of Gov. Scott Walker's campaigns for president and governor is co-hosting a fundraiser for a state superintendent candidate who signed the petition to recall Walker from office.

Report: More work needed on identifying Great Lakes toxins
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — A report by a U.S.-Canadian agency says the two nations are behind schedule on identifying chemical pollutants in the Great Lakes and developing strategies to deal with them.

Apostle Islands ice caves inaccessible to visitors
CORNUCOPIA — The National Park Service says it's still too dangerous to explore the Apostle Islands ice caves off the Wisconsin shore of Lake Superior.

Rep. Moore to attend inauguration despite concerns
MADISON — U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore says she'll attend President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration rather than join fellow Democrats in a boycott because she's afraid Trump could use the absences as an excuse to bypass Democrats on the way to pushing an extreme agenda.

Minnesota officials seek tax break for Wisconsin workers
ST. PAUL, Minn. — A Minnesota lawmaker has proposed a bill to help residents who may pay higher taxes due to working in Wisconsin.

'Candy Man' agrees to surrender medical license
MADISON — A former Tomah Veterans Administration Medical Center doctor accused of overprescribing opioids has agreed to surrender his medical license, documents released Wednesday show.

Wisconsin retirees to see annuity payment increases
MADISON — Retirees in the Wisconsin Retirement System will receive annuity increases of between 1.3 percent and 1.9 percent starting in May.

Wisconsin state retirement funds grow in 2016
MADISON — The primary investment fund for Wisconsin state employees and retirees has grown 8.5 percent over the past year.

 

 
 
TOP NEWS
SPORTS
U.S. NEWS
BUSINESS
WORLD
HEALTH & SCIENCE
TECHNOLOGY
POLITICS


ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

 

 

 

 

 
 

> click to READ > click to READ

 
Apps now available for Apple and Android devices
Apple  |  Android Apple  |  Android Apple  |  Android Apple  |  Android

 

© Copyright 2017, Conley Group. All rights reserved.
Note:  External sites are not endorsed by Conley Group, Ltd.


"News... without fear or prejudice."



Legal Notice: By entering and using the gmtoday.com site, you are affirmatively stating that you have read and understand the terms and conditions set forth herin and are affirmatively indicating that you agree to be bound by same. We also have our privacy statement available online. 

Milwaukee events  |  Waukesha events  |  Washington Co. eventsOzaukee Co. events Milwaukee news  |  Waukesha Co. news Washington Co. News   |  Waukesha Freeman  |  West Bend Daily News  | Ozaukee Co. News Graphic | Oconomowoc Enterprise

 
 



> click to READ


  >click to READ






 
























 

CLICK  "REFRESH" IN YOUR WEB BROWSER TO VIEW MORE EVENT LISTINGS



CLICK HERE FOR

ALL
EVENTS