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WAUKESHA — An ordinance currently in the hands of the Ordinance & License Committee would regulate keeping chickens on residential properties within city limits. The committee discussed the proposal on Monday but chose not to take action and instead are asking for more time to hear feedb…

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TRENTON — The Washington County Sheriff’s Office and multiple fire departments responded to a barn fire on County Highway Trunk Y in Trenton, …

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GRAFTON - If the people who packed the Grafton village board room Tuesday evening were hoping to share their opposition to a controversial apa…

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WEST BEND — The Threshold Incorporated is celebrating 60 years of providing services and programs to individuals with cognitive and physical d…

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WAUKESHA — About a year’s worth of Waukesha police squad car videos were lost due to an error in the backup process, but a department spokesma…

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DELAFIELD — The Delafield Common Council gave final approval to the city’s fire fee referendum Monday night, making only minor changes from pr…

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WAUKESHA — The theme of this year's Waukesha JanBoree, held Jan. 13-22, at venues across the city of Waukesha, was "Call of the Wild."

Thank you, Weekend Post readers.

Beginning February 1, we will no longer be publishing the Weekend Post. The final issue will be delivered on January 27.

The Post wishes to thank the Washington County community for many years of support in publishing the Weekend Post. A favorite of many readers throughout West Bend and Washington County, the Post was a great source for local features, event calendars, classified ads and home for many area advertisers. Once again, thank you Washington County! We have enjoyed printing the Weekend Post as much as you have enjoyed reading it.

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SLINGER — There was an air of jubilation at the Midwest High School Ski Conference meet out at the Little Switzerland Complex in Slinger Thursday night, so the fans brought out their cowbells, their “big head” cutouts of their favorite competitors and their warmest gloves and boots.

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