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Baseball: Waukesha West sectional

July 22, 2014

Brookfield Central are headed to the state tournament after their sectional championship win, defeating Hamilton 4-0 on July 21. Catholic Memorial and Pewaukee also took part.

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Community Watch

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» Lake Country students post strong showing on ACT 8/28

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» Updated weekly rankings of area prep football teams and players 8/27

» Charity concert set for Sept. 6 at band shell in Oconomowoc 8/27

» Kettle Moraine elementary schools to hold ribbon cutting ceremonies 8/27

» Local runner bringing 'Girls on the Run' to Lake Country 8/27

» Decision expected on Lisbon convenience center 8/27

» Fall fundraisers benefit children with special needs 8/27

» Traffic study challenged at hearing 8/26

» Nashotah Clubhouse Bluesfest moving to new location 8/25

» Oconomowoc man pleads guilty to escaping juvenile center 8/25

» MSOE students to help design Pewaukee pedestrian bridge 8/25

» DNR to look at alternatives for Mukwonago River Unit and Lulu Lake state properties 8/25

» Oconomowoc Library hosting weekend rummage sale Aug. 28-29 8/25

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Weekend Happenings

Featured this week:  

St. Agnes Parish Festival: Aug. 28-30, St. Agnes Parish, 12801 W. Fairmount Ave., Butler. Rides, midway games, craft beers, live music, food plus Friday fish fry, Saturday chicken and ribs dinners, Sunday talent show, grand raffle, sheepshead. www.stagnesparish.org

St. Anthony on the Lake Dedication & Picnic: 5 p.m. Aug. 29, St. Anthony on the Lake, W280 N2101 Prospect Ave, Pewaukee. Guests will process out of church following Mass, making stops at each of the new spaces along the way for a brief prayer and song before celebrating at a picnic featuring food, beverages and live music.

Church Rummage and Bake Sale: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Aug. 29, Emmanuel United Church of Christ, 36821 Sunset Drive, Oconomowoc.

 

“Psych”: 7:30 p.m. Aug. 28-29; 4 p.m. Aug. 30, Theatre on Main, W359 N5920 Brown St., Oconomowoc. This comedy is written by local playwright Lisa Rowe and features James A. Skiba. General admission tickets are $18 for adults and $15 for students/seniors.

All weekend happenings

 

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