An endless stream of cars with empty trunks traveled down the road that lead to Hemken Honey Company on a Monday afternoon in April.
Each vehicle left with the sight of Andy Hemken waving "goodbye" in the rearview mirror and with a number of wooden packages loaded in the back seat, each carrying thousands of honey bees. »Read Full Article
Being chosen as the ProHealth ParkWalk for Cancer ambassador is bittersweet for Sheila Meinecke, 35, of Mukwonago. It was an honor to be asked, but she wouldn't wish breast cancer on anybody.
Nearly 900 students from more than 20 area schools participated in the Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) District Solo-Ensemble Music Festival at Mukwonago High School on March 27 and 28.
Village of Mukwonago — Following a recommendation from Village President Fred Winchowky, the village board appointed Jerry Gasser to fill the vacant trustee seat with the term ending in 2016.
Village of Mukwonago – With two lanes of buses pulling out from Mukwonago High School at the end of the day and students waiting to cross Highway NN or walking along the road, it gets a little hairy, especially when buses make a right turn, past where students stand by the traffic light.
A local organization is helping in the fight against cancer one leaf raking job at a time.
Village of Mukwonago — If the Mukwonago Historical Society has its way, the original portion of the Martin Field House would be used as an extension of the Red Brick Museum. That is, if approvals by the village plan commission, and any other agencies involved in moving the structure, are met.
Mukwonago High School senior Kelly Gorman, was recently honored as a recipient of the 2015 Herb Kohl Foundation Excellence Scholarship.
Curbing the Epidemic, a presentation to educate parents about the growing problem of prescription opiate and heroin addiction in the community will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 7, in the Mukwonago High School auditorium, 605 W. School Road.
Village of Mukwonago — L'BRI PURE n' NATURAL, a direct seller of aloe based skin care, body care, beauty and health and wellness products, announced the purchase of a Mukwonago distribution center and office building located at 909 Perkins Drive.
The Mukwonago Village Players and St. James' Theatrical Ministry present the final shows of "Cheaper by the Dozen" at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 24 and Saturday, April 25 and at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 26 at St. James Parish Center, Highway NN, Mukwonago.