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Track: Woodland Conference Relays

May 7, 2014

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Community Watch


» Dave Pfeiffer resigns as Kettle Moraine football coach 5/23

» Caretaker allegedly stole credit card from resident at Oconomowoc memory care facility Updated:  5/23

» 'Click It or Ticket' campaign goes border to border 5/23

» Probation for man who threatened to kill Hartland police officers, burn down the department Updated:  5/23

» Mukwonago's Lorraine McAdams dies at 91 5/23

» Pewaukee man identified as victim of fatal Dane County crash 5/21

» Hartland judge Jennifer Dorow won't seek state Supreme Court appointment — for now Updated:  5/20

» Grand opening for Digital Media Lab in Hartland scheduled for May 24 5/20

» Pewaukee Village Board waives part of condo's false fire alarm fees 5/20

» Pewaukee man dies in Dane County crash Updated:  5/20

» Chief on the Street: top news stories in this week's Mukwonago Chief 5/20

» Point Burger Bar eyes former American TV site in Pewaukee for new location 5/19

» Longtime Sussex Hamilton boys golf coach Stan Grove to retire after 53 seasons Updated:  5/19

» Survey shows support for Oconomowoc elementary school upgrades, cool on high school plans 5/19

» Hartland's Jim McLoone reflects on Honor Flight, time in military 5/19

» Five hiking trails to try this summer 5/19

» Sensenbrenner hosts town hall meetings this weekend 5/19

» Charges filed in Sussex shooting 5/19

» Oconomowoc school district facilities survey shows mixed results 5/18

» Bicyclist critically injured in Delafield crash 5/18

» Camping on learning through inquiry at St. Bruno School, Dousman 5/18

» Oconomowoc school survey results presented tonight 5/18

» Oconomowoc High School awarded Outstanding Musical for sixth time in seven years 5/18

» North Prairie man dies after motorcycle/car crash in Mukwonago Updated:  5/18

» Pewaukee city planners approve Steinhafels Furniture's plan to fill wetlands for expansion Updated:  5/17

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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.




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.



Weekend Happenings

Featured this week:  

Water’s Edge Open House: 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. May 21, Smokey’s Muskie Shop, N27 W27250 Woodland Dr., Pewaukee. Free food and boat rides. See the boats, and meet the staff.

“Ernest in Love”: 7:30 p.m. May 21, Oconomowoc Arts Center, 641 East Forest Street, Oconomwoc.  The musical adaptation of Wilde’s classic, “The Importance of Being Earnest.”  Featuring Angela Iannone as Lady Bracknell. $30 adults, $26 seniors, $14 college students and younger.

International Musicians: 3 p.m. May 22, Good Shepherd United Methodist Church, 800 Lake Drive, Oconomowoc. Concert featuring musicians from around the world. Free.


Jubilate Chorale: 4 p.m. May 22, Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 145 E. Lisbon Road, Oconomowoc. Concert featuring beautiful music with texts that point to the indomitable human spirit and offer hope for the difficult times we face. The 32-voice Chorale welcomes the Children’s Choir of Waukesha and several area instrumentalists as special guests. Visit www.jubilatechorale.org for ticket information. $12-17.

All weekend happenings