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OCONOMOWOC — Nicole Escobia was at a sleepover at her friend’s home in April when she received the call that would forever change her life.“I got the call early in the morning that my mom had …

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OCONOMOWOC — Earlier this week, John Koepke of Koepke Farms was working in his barn, swinging a hammer at a piece of steel and welding another piece to it — putting his Ivy League education to work as he’d say — in an effort to get parts fabricated to help a repairman get his irrigation system working again during the current dry spell.

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The Associated Press recently reported that the Girl Scouts had 15 million boxes of unsold cookies nationwide, but the troops in Washington and Waukesha counties overcame this challenge of selling cookies in a pandemic and only had 100 boxes left over this year.

MADISON, Wis. — Redistricting of local political boundary lines in Wisconsin would be delayed a year or more under a bill backed by Republicans and local governments that the state Assembly pa…

MADISON, Wis. — Gov. Tony Evers promised to sign bills banning chokeholds and making other policing changes passed by the state Assembly on Wednesday, while also calling on lawmakers to go far…

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GRAFTON — Grafton Chamber of Commerce held its annual awards banquet on May 25 at the Ozaukee Nonprofit Center. The Chamber recognized outstanding business, outstanding public servant, outstanding community partner, outstanding business person and introduced the new chamber president.

WASHINGTON — The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits rose last week for the first time since April despite widespread evidence that the economy and the job market are rebounding steadily from the pandemic recession.The Labor Department said Thursday that jobless claims ros…

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OCONOMOWOC — Nicole Escobia was at a sleepover at her friend’s home in April when she received the call that would forever change her life.“I got the call early in the morning that my mom had passed away from complications after heart surgery. I started crying and my friends gave me a group …

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OCONOMOWOC — Earlier this week, John Koepke of Koepke Farms was working in his barn, swinging a hammer at a piece of steel and welding another piece to it — putting his Ivy League education to work as he’d say — in an effort to get parts fabricated to help a repairman get his irrigation system working again during the current dry spell.

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WAUKESHA COUNTY — If there is one thing everyone in the greater Milwaukee area has talked about this year, it’s the almost crazed state of the local housing market.

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The Associated Press recently reported that the Girl Scouts had 15 million boxes of unsold cookies nationwide, but the troops in Washington and Waukesha counties overcame this challenge of selling cookies in a pandemic and only had 100 boxes left over this year.

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