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MADISON — The Democratic race for governor and Republican primary for U.S. Senate top the ballot in Wisconsin on Tuesday, where the field of candidates looking to replace House Speaker Paul Ryan will also be narrowed. Some key races and other facts to know before voting: GOVERNOR'S RACE Eight Democrats are vying for the chance to take on Republican Gov. Scott Walker in November. State Superintendent Tony Evers is the only one to have previously been elected in a statewide race and he leads in the polls. 
Albies' homer in 7th lifts Braves past Brewers 8-7
ATLANTA — Ozzie Albies led off the seventh inning with a tiebreaking homer, one of three hit by Atlanta, and the Braves overcame 19 hits by Milwaukee to beat the Brewers 8-7 on Sunday. Ronald Acuna Jr. and Dansby Swanson hit two-run homers for Atlanta, which took two of three in a matchup of playoff contenders.
Packers OLB Reggie Gilbert making move, impressing in Year 3
GREEN BAY — The Green Bay Packers' defense needs someone to step up behind Clay Matthews and Nick Perry at outside linebacker. Reggie Gilbert is starting to make his move. After a strong showing during the team's preseason-opening victory over the Tennessee Titans on Thursday night, Gilbert got extensive work with the starting defense in practice Sunday, the first time the team was back on the field.
Trump tweets about Harley-Davidson boycott Development boom near Hartland
NEW YORK — President Donald Trump is backing calls for a Harley-Davidson boycott amid an ongoing steel tariff dispute. Harley-Davidson drew Trump's wrath in June after the manufacturer announced it is moving production of motorcycles sold in Europe to facilities outside the U.S. The company blames the decision on tariffs imposed by the European Union to retaliate for tariffs Trump imposed on a host of EU products.

 

HARTLAND - Village President Jeff Pfannerstill says he wants to cooperate with neighboring municipalities to resolve traffic issues on Winkleman and Lisbon roads that will result from a home building boom along the village’s northern border with Merton.
>>Five developers interested in Delafield Street strip mall property
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Lac La Belle Village Board to meet in closed session, again
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Village, restaurants create Richfield Dining Week

Wisconsin Hmong leader emphasizes cultural understanding Work continues on Wisconsin harbor destroyed by flood
EAU CLAIRE — When Vincent Xiong was in college, one of his professors asked him a question he couldn't answer. "Who are you?" his professor asked. Xiong casually replied, "I'm Vince." His professor pressed further: "Yeah, but who are you? Do you know your culture, where your parents came from? Can you speak the language? What religion do you practice?" SAXON HARBOR — The power of water is on constant display here. It can be seen from the erosion of the steep clay banks, the waves that crash into the breakwalls and the rising waters that have consumed the beach. The first nor'easter of the season arrived earlier this month and brought with it 5- to 6-foot rollers, temperatures in the 50s but a real-feel in the upper 40s thanks to the steady winds.


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Toxics from manufacturing turn up in public water systems
HORSHAM — Lauren Woeher wonders if her 16-month-old daughter has been harmed by tap water contaminated with toxic industrial compounds used in products like nonstick cookware, carpets and fast-food wrappers. Henry Betz, at 76, rattles around his house alone at night, thinking about the water his family unknowingly drank for years that was tainted by the same contaminants, and the pancreatic cancers that killed wife Betty Jean and two others in his household.

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Museum to honor Green Bay Packers' first black players
GREEN BAY — A Wisconsin museum is highlighting the contribution of the Green Bay Packers' first African-American players in a new exhibit, as the team the gears up to celebrate its centenary in professional football. Neville Public Museum executive director Beth Lemke says adding the exhibit called "Delay of Game" will help visitors "discover how the experiences, challenges, and contributions of African-American players have changed this community."

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Rebirth Brass Band
Whether seen on HBO’s Treme or at their legendary Tuesday night gig at The Maple Leaf, Grammy-winning Rebirth Brass Band is a true New Orleans institution. Formed in 1983 by the Frazier brothers, the band has evolved from playing the streets of the French Quarter to playing festivals and stages all over the world.


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Final Game at Carl. M Kuss Memorial Field 08-07-18
Posted 08-09-17


July Photos of the Month 
Posted 08-09-18


COLUMNS Not Just a Walk In the Park 08-02-18
Posted 08-09-18


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Final game at Carl M. Kuss Memorial Field in West Bend
Posted 08-08-2018


Washington Co. Fair 2018, Day One
Posted 07-25-2018


Saukville Disabled Veterans Rifle Shoot
Posted 07-20-2018


Dirty Ninja Mud Run
Posted 07-16-2018

Independence Day
Posted 07-06-2018

Tour of America’s Dairyland race series in West Bend
Posted 06-26-2018
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Greenfield officer hurt in squad car rollover during chase
GREENFIELD — A Greenfield police officer is recovering after his squad car rolled over as he tried to stop a vehicle during a chase.

Man found fatally shot in Milwaukee yard
MILWAUKEE  — Milwaukee police are investigating the fatal shooting of a man whose body was found in a yard.

Shooting victim is Milwaukee's ninth in as many days
MILWAUKEE — Three people were shot at a Milwaukee gas station, including one man who died, making his death the city's ninth homicide in as many days.

Tornado does some damage in Deerfield, no injuries
DEERFIELD — Three employees of a machinery business in Deerfield escaped injury when a tornado ripped the roof off their building.

Ex-Milwaukee TV reporter reaches deal in ballpark punch
MILWAUKEE — A former Milwaukee television reporter has reached a plea deal for punching a reporter from another station at a Brewers baseball game.

2 new exotic species identified in the Great Lakes
BRIDGEPORT, N.Y. — Two new exotic zooplankton species have crept into the Great Lakes, according to researchers.

Roofer charged in circular saw killing said he was teased
ELLSWORTH — A roofer accused of killing a co-worker with a circular saw in western Wisconsin said he was being teased and thought he was being drugged, according to a criminal complaint.

DNR board signs off on enhanced deer farm fencing
MADISON — The state Department of Natural Resources' board has unanimously approved an emergency rule that requires deer farms to upgrade fences in an effort to slow chronic wasting disease.

Opponents of Enbridge Line 3 pipeline project file appeal
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Opponents of Enbridge Energy's planned Line 3 replacement are asking the Minnesota Court of Appeals to declare that the environmental review for the controversial project fails to meet the legal requirements and needs to be redone.

Walker wants new Fox Valley interchange named for Ellis
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker plans to ask the state Legislature to name a newly expanded interchange in the Fox Valley in honor of former state Sen. Mike Ellis.

Parents of missing Wisconsin man head to Slovenia to search
MADISON — The parents of a Wisconsin man who went missing while vacationing in Slovenia have left for Europe to aid in the search.

Milwaukee police investigate shootings that left 3 dead
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating overnight shootings that left three people dead.

Police look for suspect in radio station shooting
MADISON — A shooting that wounded a disc jockey at a Wisconsin radio station appears to have been a targeted attack against a specific individual, police said Monday.

Containers to help Wisconsin law officers with meth cleanup
GREEN BAY — A federal agency is providing special containers to help law enforcement across Wisconsin clean up meth labs.

EEOC lawsuit accuses UW System of age discrimination
MADISON — The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission alleges the University of Wisconsin System refused to hire a former longtime employee because of her age.

Woman survives crash that kills horse in southeast Wisconsin
MOUNT PLEASANT — A woman was hurt when her car struck and killed a horse in southeastern Wisconsin.

Police: Shooting inside Madison radio station not random
MADISON — A shooting inside a community radio station in Wisconsin injured a disc jockey and sent station volunteers running for cover early Sunday, and police said it didn't appear to be a random attack.

Soglin portrays Gov. Walker as puppet in 1st campaign ad
MADISON — Madison Mayor Paul Soglin portrays Republican Gov. Scott Walker as a cartoon puppet in Soglin's first TV ad of the campaign.

Wisconsin students help build 'Nature Passport' boxes
MADISON - Students in the Madison School District have built wooden boxes that will hold activity booklets and be placed in parks and nature centers.

Group pushes back against Wisconsin 'Cocaine Mom' law
MADISON - A group opposed to a Wisconsin law that is designed to protect a developing fetus from a mother's alcohol or drug use is taking the fight outside the courtroom in hopes of gaining ground in the court of public opinion.

Body of a 55-year-old man found in Sheboygan fire
SHEBOYGAN - Authorities say a 55-year-old man was found dead after a fire in a home in Sheboygan County.

Alliance Energy plans to eliminate coal for energy by 2050
MADISON - A Madison-based utility says it plans to stop burning coal to generate electricity by 2050 and will reduce carbon emissions 80 percent by then.

Wisconsin man goes missing while vacationing in Slovenia
MADISON - A Wisconsin man has gone missing while vacationing in Slovenia.

Investigator: Pilot hit power lines, canyon before crash
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. - An investigator with the National Transportation Safety Board says a California pilot hit power lines and smashed his aircraft into a canyon before he came crashing down into the Colorado River.

Man convicted in attempted homicide of unborn child
APPLETON - A Wisconsin man accused of spiking his pregnant girlfriend's drink with an abortion-inducing drug has been convicted of attempted first-degree intentional homicide of an unborn child.

United Airlines carrier adding 150 jobs in South Carolina
WEST COLUMBIA, S.C. - A regional carrier for United Airlines is adding about 150 jobs in South Carolina.

Wisconsin Democrat governor hopefuls criticize Foxconn deal
MILWAUKEE - The eight Democrats running for governor of Wisconsin expressed support for giving more control to local governments and criticized the deal struck by the state to bring a huge Foxconn Technology Group plant to Wisconsin. 

Cabrera-Zepnick rematch tops legislative primaries
MADISON - Immigration attorney Marisabel Cabrera wasn't looking for more motivation to challenge Democratic state Rep. Josh Zepnick in next week's legislative primaries, but she got it six months ago. 

Fox Crossing officer cleared in fatal shooting
FOX CROSSING — A Fox Crossing officer is expected to return to work soon after being cleared in a fatal shooting.

Agency: Refinery fire caused by blast debris hitting tank
SUPERIOR — A raging refinery fire that forced the temporary evacuation of homes in the coastal Wisconsin city of Superior in April was caused by an explosion that sent debris hurtling into an asphalt storage tank, a federal agency said Thursday.

Wisconsin Ethics Commission picks new administrator
MADISON — The state Ethics Commission has selected a Florida attorney as its new leader.  

Mitchell turns camera on Walker tracker
MADISON — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mahlon Mitchell is trying to turn the tables on a Republican tracker.  

 

 
 
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