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VIDEO | After the Honor Flight at Horicon Bank

Washington Co., WI – Washington County veterans and those who have participated in the Stars and Stripes Honor Flight will be in attendance Saturday, Sept.

Roger L. Dudley Sr.  Stevens Point News

Roger L. Dudley Sr., 78, peacefully returned to the arms of the Lord on Sunday, Aug. 18, 2019. Born on April 27, 1941, to Lemuel and Elsie Dudley, Roger grew ...

‘Going to be great:’ MPS breaks ground on Pulaski HS football field project  WITI FOX 6 Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee Public Schools (MPS) students are getting a brand new football field, thanks to some help from the Green Bay Packers. On Tuesday ...

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

Although he is clearly the greatest player to come out of the Milwaukee area, it is Banks' work with kids and his contributions to the game that will be his legacy.

Gov. Evers Announces Staff Appointments for Governor's Office in Milwaukee  urbanmilwaukee

Dr. Shandowlyon Hendricks-Williams will serve as the Milwaukee Director, Edwin Huertas will serve as the Milwaukee Deputy Director, and Revelle Williams will ...

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

Milwaukee Public Schools will break ground Thursday on a $5.7 million athletic stadium at Vincent High School on the city's northwest side, part of a plan to ...

MPS school for mothers threatened  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Now that Milwaukee School Board President Michael Bonds has proposed merging Custer's comprehensive high school population with Lady Pitts High School, ...

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

MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee police responded to Barack Obama School of Career and Technical Education on Wednesday afternoon, September 30th for an ...

Ko-Thi dance Company Founder Discusses the Company's 50-year Impact on the Community  Milwaukee Courier Weekly Newspaper

By Rhea Riley. Founder of Ko-Thi Dance Company, Ferne Caulker joins Faithe Colas on There's Always Something Good to Talk About. (Photo by Faithe Colas).

MPS board to consider closing two schools, opening two schools  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Two schools in the Milwaukee Public Schools family would be closed and two new charters opened if the Milwaukee School Board approves proposals on the ...

Lady Pitts likely to close  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

A school that has served pregnant and parenting students for decades in Milwaukee Public Schools is likely to be closed at the end of the year so the district can ...

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

Seventy-four died, including three from Wisconsin, in naval disaster during the Vietnam War, but none of the names are listed on the wall.

Minority Labor & Employment – The Daily Reporter – WI Construction News & Bids  Daily Reporter

An informative discussion about Minority Labor & Employment within the commercial construction industry. marcuscenter-vertical-2 October 30, 2018.

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

Lucinda Gordon blazed trails in education, civil rights and the arts in Milwaukee.

Debbie Beyerl  Hub City Times

Debora A. “Debbie” Beyerl, age 61, of Colby, joined her heavenly father on Tuesday, October 2, 2018, with her family by her side after a courageous battle with ...

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

The vacancy came in May when veteran Ald. Jim Bohl, who represented District 5 on the city's northwest side for 18 years, took another job with the city.

Crime rises when opportunities fall | Journal Sentinel -  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

When Corey Campbell woke up on the morning of Oct. 2, 1989, he saw the barrel of a gun inches from his face. Fellowship in Public *Service* Journalism.

MPS agrees to close, merge, move schools  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Milwaukee School Board on Thursday night closed, merged or relocated about seven schools for next year to address space and facility issues in a district ...

DeNood, Betty Minash (Martin)

MADISON—Betty Minash (Martin) DeNood, age 89, passed away on Friday, July 13, 2018, at St. Mary's Hospital. She was born on Jan. 2, 1929, in Hartford, Wis.

In a splintered nation, 3 from Wisconsin received the Medal of Honor in 1968  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

1968 was the first year that Medals of Honor were awarded to soldiers of Wisconsin for *service* in Vietnam — three in all.

Milwaukee school board member's son wants teaching job back after bar fight  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The son of Milwaukee School Board Director Michael Bonds wants to teach again in Milwaukee Public Schools — a job he was fired from last year after being ...

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

In 1973, Hercules and Vivian Brown used their savings from their manufacturing jobs to buy a brick ranch-style house in the 4400 block of N. 39th St.

Bucks select local urban development group for arena district apartments

The Bucks today announced the selection of Milwaukee-based Royal Capital Group LLC to develop a 90-unit apartment complex within the new arena district.

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

MILWAUKEE -- Funeral services will be held Saturday, June 23 in Milwaukee for an Army paratrooper found dead in his barracks in Italy on June 1. A visitation ...

Back in his hometown to speak at a graduation, “Empire” writer Eric Haywood says “I love Milwaukee!”

MILWAUKEE -- Writers for FOX's hit show "Empire" are already hard at work on Season 2, but that didn't stop one of the show's writers from making a stop in ...

Milwaukee Talks: author Kay Rush

It's been a long time since area native Kay Rush lived in Milwaukee, but she's never forgotten about her hometown. Now, the European-based Rush has written ...

Moody Park Finally Reopens  urbanmilwaukee

With official business done, the splash pad was turned on, much to the delight of neighborhood youth. Photo by Adam Carr. Years ago, at the old Moody Park, ...

​Boys & Girls Clubs’ Daniels-Mardak center to reopen with $300,000 gift  Milwaukee Business Journal

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee has received a $300000 gift from Keith Mardak and Mary Vandenberg of Hal Leonard Corp. that will allow the youth ...

New chapter begins for Epikos Church in historic Paradise Theater home in West Allis  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Epikos Church, based in the landmark Paradise Theater, has a new lead pastor, though he isn't new to the West Allis congegration.

Inner City Sportsmen Club helps broaden horizons  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

There are four primary reasons people don't participate in traditional outdoor activities: no one to go with, no place to go, no experience or no fish and game.

130-foot yacht turns heads at the Port Washington Marina  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

A 130-foot yacht that pulled into the Port Washington Marina on July 20 has locals wondering if a drug kingpinjust floated into town.

Here Are The Best Sophomore Girls Returners In XC  MileSplit

Up next in our compiling of best XC returners are the sophomore girls.

Fish, wildlife stamps benefit conservation  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Wisconsin holds annual contests for the stamps, which are required of hunters and anglers who pursue the selected species. The 2016-'17 winning designs will ...

Casting Announced For Stone Soup Shakespeare's 2019 Tour: TWELFTH NIGHT  Broadway World

Stone Soup Shakespeare announces Casting for Twelfth Night. Announcing casting for Stone Soup Shakespeare's ninth regional Midwest tour. This Spring ...

House Confidential: John Daniels' Mequon Ranch Home  urbanmilwaukee

John W. Daniels, Jr. is the Chairman of the Quarles & Brady LLP law firm; this distinction alone would rank him among the most important African American ...

Veterans' return to Pearl Harbor is topic of documentary  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Old Glory Honor Flight to Hawaii last summer was filmed by a documentary crew for Milwaukee Public Television.

Leonard L. Kishner, M.D.  Tulsa World

Leonard L. Kishner, M.D., died Monday, February 10, 2014. Born March 20, 1919, in Milwaukee, WI, he was the second of two children of Louis Kishner (of ...

The many lives of Havenwoods  Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

I might be alone on this one, especially after the week we've had, but I think there's been a lot to like in the winter of 2013-2014. We've experienced the ...

Sports News, Sports Hall of Fame: Jeff Stovall  Beloit Daily News

Jeff Stovall returned to Beloit for the Academy 36 Football Camp. Move to Beloit was key. Jeff Stovall's athletic achievements at Beloit Memorial High School are ...

US Top 500 Outdoor 800m Returnees: Caitlin Collier Seconds Faster Than The Rest  MileSplit

Caitlin Collier ran 2:03.32 last year at Festival of Miles. Collier's time is almost three seconds above the rest of the field. The second-fastest returning time in the ...

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