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September 20, 2014

 
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For Walker-Burke, 
quiet differences on environment
New president announces 
Marquette expansion

MADISON - With the November election six weeks away, neither Republican Gov. Scott Walker nor Democratic challenger Mary Burke have put forward any grand strategies for new environmental or outdoors policies.

MILWAUKEE - New Marquette University President Michael Lovell announced an expansion of the school's Milwaukee campus and plans to forge new partnerships during his inaugural ceremony address Friday. Lovell said Marquette has purchased about 7 acres that will expand the school's footprint to the east. He said the university will close on the property at the end of September.
Bullpen collapses, 
Brewers fall to Pirates 4-2
Packers' Bulaga could 
play against Lions

PITTSBURGH - Jonathan Broxton let loose a 96 mph fastball at Pittsburgh's Russell Martin, then turned and watched as it disappeared into the darkness. Kind of like Milwaukee's fading playoff chances. Martin hit a go-ahead, three-run homer off Broxton in the bottom of the eighth to spark the Pirates to a 4-2 victory on Friday night and deliver another blow to the Brewers' chances of reaching October.

GREEN BAY - Bryan Bulaga wasn't quite ready to say he will be back in uniform and on the field Sunday for the Green Bay Packers. "I'm not saying I'm definitely playing," the veteran right tackle said Friday. "We've got to still evaluate things that go into tomorrow." Bulaga is listed as questionable for Green Bay's NFC North road matchup against the Detroit Lions.

 

Economic agency lacked 
spending documentation
Purdue shooter sentenced
to 65 years in prison
MADISON - Wisconsin's semi-private job creation agency lacked supporting documentation justifying spending on expenses and grants during the first two years of its existence, according to a report released Friday. LAFAYETTE, Ind. - An Indiana man who admitted fatally stabbing and shooting a fellow Purdue University student inside a crowded classroom was sentenced Friday to the maximum 65 years in prison after telling a judge he lied about being mentally ill.
Wisconsin K-9s sniff out 
victims of tragedy, crime
WWII vet finally awarded Purple Heart
MANITOWOC - In their spare time, Grace Salm of Meeme and Julie Cramer of Oostburg hunt for bodies, dead or alive. The women are among 10 members - with 14 dogs between them - of the Great Lakes Search and Rescue K-9 Inc., a nonprofit, volunteer organization that provides trained dogs to assist law enforcement agencies in locating missing people and victims of drowning. OSHKOSH - After a 70-year wait, a World War II veteran from the Fox Valley received a long-overdue award. Air Force Staff Sgt. Fred Zurbuchen, 89, received a Purple Heart medal in a surprise ceremony attended by his family at the Experimental Aircraft Association museum in Oshkosh on Thursday afternoon.

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Pabst Brewing to be sold to Russian company
NEW YORK - The maker of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer is being sold to Russian company Oasis Beverages for an undisclosed sum. Oasis is buying Pabst with TSG, an investment firm known for its work with consumer products companies. TSG Consumer Partners will take a minority stake in Pabst.


TODAY IN SPORTS
Out of the box: No. 19 Badgers looks to spring run
MADISON - It was back to basics during the bye week for the Wisconsin offensive line. The 19th-ranked Badgers are determined to get their running game back on track - regardless of whether opposing defenses decide to crowd the box.

EVENTS


Cedarburg Wine and Harvest Festival
Kick off the start of autumn at the Cedarburg Wine and Harvest Festival this weekend. Enjoy various food items from vendors in the Festival Food Court, entertainment at the Main Stage or browse through the Shops at Cedar Creek Settlement and Cedar Creek Winery. Explore what Cedarburg has to offer for all ages.

SLIDESHOWS



August Photos of the Month 
Posted 09-05-14


Menomonee Falls vs. Kettle Moraine Lutheran 08-27-14
Posted 09-05-14


Catholic Memorial vs. West Allis Central 08-28-14
Posted 09-05-14


VIDEOS



Max Schippers
Posted 09-18-2014


Bridal Bliss 2014 Expo
Posted 09-09-2014


The Ozaukee County Historical Society sponsored a Revolutionary War
re-enactment
Posted 09-05-2014


Cedarburg Police Dept. ALS ice
bucket challenge
Posted 09-04-2014

Volunteers and the lake sturgeon at Riveredge Nature Center
Posted 09-04-2014

 

First day of school - girl and her service dog at Decorah Elementary
Posted 09-03-2014


 
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Fire burns at vacant community center
MILWAUKEE Firefighters are battling a blaze at a community center on Milwaukee's south side.

Hearing set on request to change Wisconsin ballot
MADISON A court hearing has been set for next week in the lawsuit filed by Republican legislative leaders seeking to force a change in the model ballot for the November election.

Attorney general candidates agree to debate
MADISON Wisconsin attorney general hopefuls Brad Schimel and Susan Happ have agreed to a debate next month.

Walker not getting involved in suit over ballots
MILWAUKEE Gov. Scott Walker says he's not getting involved with the lawsuit that two Republican lawmakers filed this week over newly redesigned ballots.

Wisconsin man pleads in dismemberment slaying
WAUSAU A Wisconsin man has pleaded no contest to a homicide charge after being found competent to stand trial on charges of fatally shooting and dismembering a Minnesota man.

Wisconsin drivers experience delays due to trains
OSHKOSH More rail traffic in Wisconsin is leading to more blocked railroad crossings, a trend affecting drivers across the state.

Ex-deputy gets 50 years prison in child sex case
ROCKFORD, Ill. A former northern Illinois sheriff's deputy who investigated child pornography was sentenced Wednesday to 50 years in federal prison on charges involving sex with a minor.

Christie to campaign for Walker in Wisconsin
MADISON New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is heading to Wisconsin later this month to campaign for fellow Republican Gov. Scott Walker.

Lawrence receives largest gift in school's history
APPLETON Lawrence University in Appleton says it's received an anonymous $25 million donation to support scholarships the largest gift in the school's history.

Divers search Kenosha Co. lake for missing boater
KENOSHA Authorities are expected to resume their search for a missing boater on a Kenosha County lake.

Hail causes lasting damage for some apple growers
STURGEON BAY The effects of hail storm in Door County two months ago are lasting. Apples are rotting on the branches at Fellner Orchards in the Town of Sevastopol, just north of Sturgeon Bay.

LED maker Cree files patent infringement suits
STURTEVANT Cree Inc., a maker of energy-efficient lighting, has filed patent infringement lawsuits against two competitors.

Elections official calls GOP complaint 'absurd'
MADISON Wisconsin's chief elections officer calls complaints by the state Republican Party over the newly redesigned ballot "absurd."

Packers event brings in 600 coats for needy kids
GREEN BAY A Green Bay Packers charity event has brought in more than 600 winter coats to be donated to needy children.

Minnesota man charged with homicide in Wisconsin
HUDSON A Minnesota man who called police to ask for help a passenger in his car who'd been shot has been charged in Wisconsin with first-degree intentional homicide.

Former Wisconsin teacher pleads guilty in sex case
STILLWATER A Minnesota man who taught in a western Wisconsin high school has pleaded guilty to having sex with two female students.

Man arrested after dead cows found in Wisconsin
BARRON Authorities say a 47-year-old western Wisconsin man was arrested after officials discovered 25 dead cows on his farm.

Wisconsin woman gets 9 months in jail for beating
CRANDON One of four people charged with beating a Wisconsin man and leaving him in the woods to die has been sentenced to nine months in jail.

Experts predict fall color peak in Coulee Region
LA CROSSE Wisconsin biologists are predicting vibrant fall foliage throughout the Coulee Region.

 

 

 
 
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