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Fourth of July in Waukesha

July 4, 2014

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Community Watch


» Hartland-Lakeside/Merton joint school board meeting to address merger questions Updated:  11:58 AM

» Oconomowoc's aldermanic primary scheduled for Oct. 13 10:33 AM

» Plans in place to shore up Pewaukee Lake's Bill Brown Island 10:25 AM

» Dedication ceremony planned for Veterans Memorial Park in Oconomowoc 09:53 AM

» Man accused of intentionally causing rollover accident that killed his girlfriend 09:09 AM

» Former Oconomowoc family safe amidst historic South Carolina storms 08:58 AM

» Welsh Highlands agreements passed in Wales 08:53 AM

» Perk up the prairie at Meadow View School 07:41 AM

» Pewaukee Village Board votes to create finance director-treasurer position 10/6

» Legends come alive at Old World Wisconsin in October 10/6

» Fatal crash after argument leads to reckless homicide charge Updated:  10/6

» Yearlong aniversary celebration continues this weekend for St. Paul's Lutheran Church 10/6

» Hartland Fire Department open house on tap Oct. 10 10/6

» Complaint: Nashotah man assaulted girlfriend and her child, laughed about it Updated:  10/6

» Pewaukee's Horizon Elementary School holding grand opening of new space Thursday 10/6

» Lake Country trick-or-treat times 2015 10/6

» Hartland Marsh cleanup effort continues, but future uncertain 10/6

» Pewaukee man sentenced for Waukesha library sex incident 10/6

» OPL offers online courses 10/6

» Pewaukee police investigating 'suspicious' death 10/5

» Sparkle added to Pewaukee varsity cheer team 10/5

» Mukwonago Boy Scout Troop 229 places first at Camporee 10/5

» 2015 Halloween and fall events in Lake Country 10/5

» Lunch and a Movie on Oct. 30 10/5

» Mukwonago High School students chosen as merit semifinalists 10/4

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Weekend Happenings

Featured this week:  

Dousman FD Pancake Breakfast: 8 a.m.-12 p.m.  Oct. 11, Dousman Fire Department, 107 S. Main, Dousman. Also includes Flight for Life at 9 a.m.; room fire demonstration (live fire) at 10 a.m.; car extrication demonstration at 11 a.m.  plus balloon creations (8-10 a.m.),  bounce house.  Waukesha County Communications (9-1-1), Waukesha County Sheriff K-9, Waukesha County Mobile Command Unit, ATF vehicle.

Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser: 7 a.m. -12 p.m. Oct. 10, Oconomowoc Volunteer Fire Department, 212 Concord Road, Oconomowoc. Free will donations appreciated. Also includes fire trucks and displays, raffles, kids activities. Proceeds go toward the purchase of new emergency equipment.

Move Your Mutt for HAWS: 7 a.m. Oct. 10, Genesee Lake Road Town Park, Genesee Lake Road, Oconomowoc. Choose the 5K and bring your pet or run the 10K without your dog. There is also a one-mile walk. Raise $100 in pledges and race for free. Food and beverages available as well as vendor booths and adoptable pets from HAWS. $25 one-mile walk, $45 for 5K, 10K.


Tyke Hike: 10 a.m. Oct. 10, Lapham Peak State Park, W 329 N 846, Delafield. Please meet at the observation tower. Look for yellow ’Ice Age Trail Event’ signs. Tyke hikes are 60- to 90-minute slow-paced hikes promoting nature and family hiking in an outdoor educational setting. 


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