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» North Lake commissioners delay decision on reducing fishing limits 03:00 PM

» Holiday brings change for village of Wales garbage pickup 02:43 PM

» Former Pewaukee administrator LaBorde a finalist for Grafton job 12:51 PM

» Oconomowoc Area Chamber of Commerce to kick off annual nature challege June 1 11:41 AM

» Village of Pewaukee accepting applications for deputy clerk-treasurer position 10:18 AM

» Man injured after being struck by car while walking along I-94 in Pewaukee 09:20 AM

» Divine Redeemer Lutheran School team wins Knowledge Bowl 09:02 AM

» Work underway on city of Pewaukee's new water tower 08:58 AM

» Pewaukee man gets jail, fine for fifth drunken driving offense 5/25

» Chief on the Street: top news stories in this week's Mukwonago Chief 5/25

» Rule for trailer parking in City of Oconomowoc 5/25

» Oconomowoc's Shorehaven plans history presentation 5/25

» Milwaukee man charged in shooting during failed drug rip-off in Sussex 5/25

» Second suspect in Sussex shooting charged with attempted homicide 5/25

» Video: Hartland's Jim McLoone reflects on Honor Flight, time in military Updated:  5/25

» Oconomowoc Police Chief Dave Beguhn to retire by end of year Updated:  5/25

» Pewaukee's CELA schedules open houses 5/24

» Lake Country Memorial Day programs scheduled 5/24

» North Prairie man dies after motorcycle/car crash in Mukwonago Updated:  5/24

» Sports Authority now plans to close all stores 5/24

» Initial Reaction: Talking with star Waukesha soccer players Dani Rhodes, Emily Cervantes Updated:  5/24

» Village of Wales Gulf War veteran to march in Washington, D.C., Memorial Day parade 5/24

» Town of Merton to hire part-time employee to assist treasurer 5/24

» Pewaukee Village Board waives part of condo's false fire alarm fees Updated:  5/24

» Arrowhead High School collects 831 pounds of medication at pill drop 5/24

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Best Summer Ever

 

We've made it easy for you to get out and go this summer. From hitting the trails for a bike ride or walk, to where to find beer gardens in the area, to the best places to swim in Waukesha County to the best summer drinks and summer reads, check out our 2016 summer guide.

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Preps hoops page

 

Keep up with all the happenings on the local prep hoops landscape with our weekly page, updated every Monday morning with area rankings, a Player of the Week, photos, games to watch and more.

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Weekend Happenings

Featured this week:  

Joe Hite: 7 p.m. May 27, Okauchee Lake Yacht Club, W340 N6338 Breezy Point Road, Oconomowoc. 7 to 11 p.m. Joe Hite will perform, and all proceeds will benefit the Okauchee Fireworks Fund. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Minimum $10 per person.

Burgundy Ties Plays: 8 p.m. May 28, Bucky’s Lakeside Pub and Grill, 50n 35016w Wisconsin Ave, Okauchee. The combination of their eclectic sound and live performance makes Burgundy Ties stand out as an original and inspired Milwaukee band. Visit www.burgundytiesband.com. Free.

Duck/Homemade Boat Race: 10 a.m. May 28, Nixon Park, 339 Maple Ave., Hartland. Races start at 11 a.m. There will be food for sale as well as other family-friendly activities. Entry fee per race is $5 and $1 to purchase a duck. All proceeds go to saving the swifts and to the Ice Age Trail. For rules and information, visit www.savetheswifts.com.

Rummage Sale: 9 a.m. May 26-27; 8 a.m. May 28, Rummage Sale, N41W29213 Prairie Wind Circle South, Pewaukee. Volunteers and donations needed. We will supply tax donation forms to donors. Anything not sold will be donated to Goodwill and Lake Country Caring.

All weekend happenings

 

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