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THIENSVILLE — Training police officers in emergency medical services and creating a separate countywide paramedic department were among the ideas to come out of an open house that Thiensville village officials hosted last month on the Ozaukee County fire and EMS study.

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CEDARBURG — Bluegrass at the Village, one of the largest bluegrass festivals in this area, is back and will host four bluegrass bands that will take the stage on the newly restored Cedarburg Train Station platform on Aug. 8 from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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TOWN OF LISBON — Residents in the Town of Lisbon are also experiencing issues with garbage and recycling collections, joining bigger municipalities including Waukesha and New Berlin in dealing with the problem.

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MADISON — With federal funds flowing into the state and local level in the name of infrastructure and economic development, Wisconsin Assembly Reps. Scott Allen, R-Waukesha, and Adam Neylon, R-Pewaukee, have put forward a bill to ensure some goes towards Waukesha’s ongoing work to secure clean water.

COPENHAGEN — Christian Eriksen sent his first public message from the hospital on Tuesday, thanking supporters for their “sweet and amazing” well-wishes after his collapse at the European Championship.

Shop LOCAL + HANDMADE with artists and makers at our free, family-friendly outdoor pop-up in Wauwatosa's East TOSA Neighborhood. We'll be set up in front yards in the 2600 block of North 65th Street right across the street from Center Street Park in Wauwatosa (65th & Clarke Street). The …

MADISON, Wis. — Postcards are being mailed this week to about 187,000 voters in Wisconsin who have not cast a ballot in the past four years, informing them that they will have their registration deactivated unless they take action within 30 days.

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A northern Illinois chemical plant that was rocked by an explosion and massive fires that prompted evacuations was inspected by a federal agency less than a month before the blast sent debris raining down onto nearby areas.

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GERMANTOWN — Big Boy is making a comeback in Wisconsin, with the first Badger State location in 26 years planned to open in Germantown next month and a Big Boy birthday event this week at the former Jerry’s Old Town site.

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THIENSVILLE — Training police officers in emergency medical services and creating a separate countywide paramedic department were among the ideas to come out of an open house that Thiensville village officials hosted last month on the Ozaukee County fire and EMS study.

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CEDARBURG — Bluegrass at the Village, one of the largest bluegrass festivals in this area, is back and will host four bluegrass bands that will take the stage on the newly restored Cedarburg Train Station platform on Aug. 8 from 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

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TOWN OF LISBON — Residents in the Town of Lisbon are also experiencing issues with garbage and recycling collections, joining bigger municipalities including Waukesha and New Berlin in dealing with the problem.

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WAUKESHA — Cooking classes and operations have begun at the new location for Chef Pam’s Kitchen, which moved over to 280 W. Main Street, allowing the business to expand its offerings.

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