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August 17, 2017

 
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MADISON — A Wisconsin appeals court has taken the unusual step of correcting a ruling after a longtime pediatric allergist said an error in the original opinion implying he was a pedophile caused irreparable personal and professional harm. The 4th District Court of Appeals issued a ruling on July 20 that said three patients of Dr. Don Bukstein — who primarily treats children — alleged he had touched them in a "sexual manner" during an exam or treatment.

 

Pina's homer leads Brewers to 7-6 comeback win over Pirates

MILWAUKEE — Manny Pina hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning to lift the Milwaukee Brewers to 7-6 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates on Wednesday. Pina's one-out shot to right field came off Pirates reliever Juan Nicasio (1-5). The Pirates grabbed an early lead on Josh Bell's run-scoring single in the first.

Marquette signs deal to move with Bucks into new arena
MILWAUKEE — Marquette basketball is officially moving into the Milwaukee Bucks' new downtown arena. The Bucks and Marquette have signed a seven-year agreement for the Golden Eagles to play their home games at the Bucks' new home, which is slated to open for the 2018-19 season. Bucks president Peter Feigin was welcoming Marquette at an announcement on Tuesday on the main concourse at the arena construction site.
Wisconsin announces new effort to connect workers with jobs Olympia Resort listed for sale
MADISON — The state of Wisconsin is launching a new effort designed to match high school students with job openings. The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation announced the development of a new statewide platform connecting local employers with students. All nine of the state's regional economic development organizations are teaming up to develop an expanded version of the web-based platform called Inspire.

 

OCONOMOWOC - Olympia Resort: Hotel, Spa and Conference Center, a storied institution in Oconomowoc for several decades, is up for sale at a considerable price. The more than 135,000-square-foot property at 1350 Royale Mile Road and the rights to the businesses are being sold together at a listed price of $5.9 million - a rate of $31,052 per room, Devin Piehl, a broker at First Weber Commercial, said Tuesday.
>>Eagle's Landing development to go green
>>Von Trier eyes reinvention amid changing East Side
>>Clearing the table at Toucan
>>West Bend day spa to quadruple size with new building
>>Bringing paradise north
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Doctor says nail punctured Wisconsin man's heart Sen. Johnson: Should Wisconsin bear full Foxconn cost?
MILWAUKEE — A Wisconsin man who doctors say came perilously close to death after accidentally shooting a nail into his heart while working on his house calmly drove himself to the hospital and even parked his pickup truck in the lot before walking into the emergency room. Doug Bergeson is ready to get back to work this week after surviving a June 25 ordeal that others might not have taken in such stride. 

 

MILWAUKEE — U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson is questioning whether Wisconsin should bear the full $3 billion in financial incentives being considered to lure electronics giant Foxconn Technology Group to the state. Johnson raised the question since Illinois workers would also benefit from the plant, which is expected to be built in southeast Wisconsin near the border.
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Madison mayor comes out against $3 billion Foxconn bill
>>Kasich: Ohio 'pitching' Taiwanese electronics maker Foxconn


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In US, factory jobs are high-tech, but the workers are not
NORWOOD, Ohio — Herbie Mays is 3M proud, and it shows — in the 3M shirt he wears; in the 3M ring he earned after three decades at the company's plant in suburban Cincinnati; in the way he shows off a card from a 3M supervisor, praising Mays as "a GREAT employee."

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Young running backs getting up to speed in Packers camp
GREEN BAY — Ty Montgomery is getting much more attention this season in Green Bay Packers camp because of his expanded role on a potent offense. The converted receiver is now the starting running back in a young, but relatively inexperienced backfield. When Montgomery sits out a practice because of a lower leg injury, like on Tuesday, his absence tends to get noticed.

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Dodge County Fair opens Wednesday in Beaver Dam
To survive 130 years, you have to be willing to adapt to change. That’s the case this year with the Dodge County Fair, which opens Wednesday at the Dodge County Fairgrounds on Highway 33 in the town of Beaver Dam. After a long run of four days of musical entertainment on the main stage, fair organizers decided to change that up.

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Not Just A Walk in the Park Race 08-10-17
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Washington County Fair 2017
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Pioneer Kids Day in West Bend
Posted 08-10-17


American Towmen Spirit Ride
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Independence Day in West Bend 2017
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U.S. Open at Erin Hills Practice
Rounds Day 1 & Day 2
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U.S. Open practice round at Erin Hills
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Former officer sought $1.3 million from city of Green Bay
GREEN BAY — Newly released documents show a former Green Bay police officer wants the city to pay him $1.3 million for disclosing his personnel records.

Bethesda Lutheran Services announces Wisconsin closures
MADISON — Bethesda Lutheran Communities says it will no longer operate about 30 group home and other programs in Wisconsin for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Wisconsin parents of student who died in Rome sue university
MADISON — A Wisconsin couple whose son died in Rome last year is suing the university he planned to attend in Italy, alleging it didn't warn students about previous deaths near campus.

Republican Nicholson gets early endorsement in Senate race
MADISON — Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson has won the endorsement of the conservative national group Club for Growth.

Lawsuit filed in Milwaukee inmate's dehydration death
MILWAUKEE — Relatives of a man who died of dehydration at the Milwaukee County jail last year said in a federal lawsuit that he lost 34 pounds (15.5 kilograms) during the week he was deprived of water.

Contractor finds purple heart in rubble of Wisconsin house
RACINE — A contractor demolishing a house in southeastern Wisconsin has retrieved a Purple Heart from the rubble.

3 Milwaukee men charged in fatal shooting of 9-year-old girl
MILWAUKEE — Prosecutors have charged three Milwaukee men in last year's fatal shooting of a 9-year-old girl struck by a bullet as she watched TV.

Bait plays heavy role in bear diets in northern Wisconsin
MADISON — Researchers say bear bait could be playing a role in the high density of bears in northern Wisconsin.  New research from the state Department of Natural Resources and the University of Wisconsin-Madison shows bear bait makes up more than 40 percent of a black bear's diet in the region.

7 hurt when car crashed into tent at campground
BAGLEY — Authorities have arrested a driver who crashed into a tent at a campground in southwestern Wisconsin and injured seven people.

Donald Driver crashes another wedding reception
CADOTT — Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame receiver Donald Driver has surprised another newlywed couple by crashing their wedding reception.

Milwaukee police investigating fatal stabbing
MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee police are investigating the fatal stabbing of a 24-year-old woman.

Suspected drunk driver hits Milwaukee officer's squad car
MILWAUKEE - Authorities say a Milwaukee police officer has suffered minor injuries after a suspected drunk driver hit his squad car.

Sheriff's office: 6 seriously injured in Dodge County crash
ELBA - Wisconsin authorities say that six people have been seriously injured in a car crash in Dodge County.

Madison police to round up criminals as homicides increase
MADISON - Madison's police chief has announced plans to remove more criminals from the city's streets amid an increase in violence, but some critics say the plan has racist overtones.

35 arrested in Wisconsin in human trafficking sting
GREEN BAY - Authorities in Brown County arrested 35 men as part of an effort across the country late last month to crack down on human trafficking.

Wisconsin father, daughter die in Duluth swimming incident
DULUTH, Minn. — A Wisconsin father and daughter died after having to be rescued while swimming in Lake Superior in Duluth, Minnesota, while a rip current warning was in effect.

Farm production costs in Wisconsin hold steady
MADISON — New figures from the U.S. Department of Agriculture show production costs for Wisconsin farmers remained steady in 2016.

Officer critically hurt by suspected drunk driver goes home
ASHWAUBENON — A Green Bay area police officer has been released from a hospital 2 ½ weeks after being struck by a vehicle driven by a woman who allegedly was drunk.

 

 
 
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