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January 7, 2016 by Jeffrey Dentice (Register to contact)

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JEFF DENTICE AND PAUL FRAZIER WERE FRIENDS AT CUSTER, AND BOTH WENT TO VIETNAM. JEFF GRADUATED IN JUNE OF 66, AND IS ASKING IF ANYONE KNOWS IF PAUL FRAZIER GRADUATED IN 67 OR QUIT SCHOOL AND WENT INTO THE MILITARY. JEFF CAN BE REACHED AT: *****@wi.rr.com

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Jimmy Banks was Milwaukee's biggest soccer star. But he'll be known more for what he gave to the city.  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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'A slap in the face': Naval disaster was too far from Vietnam to honor victims on memorial wall  Green Bay Press Gazette

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MPS to break ground on $5.7 million athletic stadium at Vincent High School  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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5 candidates are vying for Milwaukee's 5th Aldermanic District seat. Here's what you need to know  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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Shooting reported near Barack Obama School  WISN Milwaukee

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Altercation at Barack Obama School: Police say pregnant student kicked pregnant paramedic  fox6now.com

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MPS school for mothers threatened  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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Obituary: Lucinda Gordon led a school for teen moms in Milwaukee and fought for civil rights  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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Lady Pitts likely to close  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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Funeral Saturday for Army paratrooper, DJ from Milwaukee found dead in barracks in Italy  fox6now.com

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Homeownership has not delivered on dreams for African-Americans  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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MPS school seeks to provide access to family-supporting careers  Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service

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