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Boys lacrosse: Kettle Moraine vs. Waukesha

April 22, 2014

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Community Watch

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» Village of Pewaukee changes course, won't hire finance director 03:19 PM

» History-making runner, Kathrine Switzer, to speak at Girls on the Run of Greater Milwaukee event 01:43 PM

» Overnight freeway, ramp closures on Highway 67 in Oconomowoc set for Thursday night Updated:  11:15 AM

» Town of Merton looking for a new town clerk 10:01 AM

» "Rallying the Troops" for Cancer 5/4

» Comfort Zone to host Lauri Badura as speaker 5/4

» Capitol Drive bridge repairs to cause lane closures in Pewaukee Updated:  5/4

» Prairie Village Park closed for construction 5/4

» Hamilton School Board names Brad Hoffmann as new Templeton Middle School principal 5/4

» Sediment closes boat ramp on Pewaukee Lake 5/4

» I.d., new restaurant in Delafield Hotel, to open mid-May Updated:  5/3

» Victim in Monday's fatal crash on Highway 16 in Delafield identified as 76-year-old Berlin man Updated:  5/3

» Eagle poppy days support veterans 5/3

» Oconomowoc Summer Farmers Market season kicks off on May 7 5/3

» Arrowhead facilities survey to hit mailboxes around May 9 5/3

» Petition seeks safer roads in town of Vernon 5/3

» Initial Reaction Podcast: Schobert, Watt, Packers and social media foibles of NFL Draft 5/2

» Just kids from Waukesha County: Joe Schobert, Derek Watt make history in 2016 NFL Draft Updated:  5/2

» Eastbound traffic resumes at Highway 16 crash scene Updated:  5/2

» Crash closes Highway 16 in Hartland 5/2

» Big Bend scientist's biotech therapy fights cancer 5/2

» Mukwonago man says cancer journey is worth it, if it helps somebody else 5/2

» Pewaukee's Christian Education Leadership Academy plans to boost enrollment, establish waiting list Updated:  5/2

» 10 Questions: with UPAF president & CEO Deanna Tillisch of Hartland 5/2

» Town begins huge revamp of roads 5/2

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Weekend Happenings

Featured this week:  

“Ask the Plant Doctor” Seminar with Melinda Myers: 11 a.m.-1 p.m. May 7, 1-3 p.m. May 8. Ebert’s Greenhouse Village, W1795 Fox Road, Ixonia. Gardening expert Melinda Myers will answer lawn and gardening questions. Free.

HAWS 33rd Annual Pet Walk: 10 a.m.-3 p.m. May 7, Sussex Village Park, Main St. and Weaver Drive, Sussex. Romp ’n Rally is hosted by The Friends of HAWS. Includes lure coursing, trail challenge, vendor marketplace, contests, demos, live music and food. hawspets.org. Free

“The Drowsy Chaperone”: 7:30 p.m. May 6, 7; 4 p.m. May 8, Theatre on Main, W35 N5920 Brown St., Unit 101, Oconomowoc. (262) 560-0564, theatreonmain.org

 

Lake Country Wellness Expo: 11 a.m. May 7, Oconomowoc Lakes Plaza, W359 N5002 Brown St., Oconomowoc. Event includes consultations, mini facials, free classes, circus yoga, essential oils, demonstrations, rock wall for kids from local vendors. More than 50 booths with giveaways. Food will be available for purchase. Free

All weekend happenings

 

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