Category: Local & State

Thirst Church to operate at old Meadow View Elementary

OCONOMOWOC — Thirst Church has entered into a lease agreement with the Oconomowoc Area School District to use the site of the old Meadow View Elementary School, W360-...

What should go in next City Hall time capsule?

New collection of items to be sealed in January 2021 – WAUKESHA — When contractors started preparing the foundation for the new City Hall, they found a surprise...

Getting ready for a blue wave

Milwaukee Marriott West, other county hotels hosting out-of-town delegates – WAUKESHA COUNTY — Often considered to be the nexus of the Republican Party in...

DNR Asks For Hunters To Record Their Wildlife Observations

With the start of the 2019 deer hunting season Sept. 14, the Department of Natural Resources is kicking off its 11th annual Deer Hunter Wildlife Survey. The easy-to-use...

Help Kids Kick Cancer By Giving Blood With The Red Cross

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and the American Red Cross encourages eligible donors to give blood to support kids, teens and young adults battling...

UWM at Waukesha Field Station plans fall fest; redo of Henrietta Lake boardwalk

SUMMIT — A new boardwalk on Henrietta Lake and a first-ever fall festival are planned to promote the little- known Field Station for the University of Wisconsin...

School barrier devices: Protection or danger?

Some fire agencies oppose proposed bill on secondary barriers in schools. WEST BEND — Lawmakers are considering a bill allowing schools to install a secondary barrier...

Vernon Town Board rescinds Mukwonago border agreement

TOWN OF VERNON — The Department of Administration will continue with its review of the proposed Mukwonago and Vernon border agreement despite the Town Board’s...

Mayville Library Tuesday Tech Talks To Begin Next Week

A series of casual discussions named “Tuesday Tech Talks” will explore free tools available to Mayville Public Library card holders to use on their smart phones,...

Waukesha Reads kicks off Tuesday

Featured nonfiction book highlights science and nature. WAUKESHA — The Waukesha Reads committee jumped at the opportunity to not only offer a book new to the...