Most Mustang owners say their car is fun to drive, maybe not the best on gas, but has all the modern conveniences. However, not all can say that and their 2011 Shelby Cobra GT-500 Mustang earned more than $1 million in one day. Sporting a custom red, white and blue paint job along with the Wounded Warriors logo, Andrew Tully’s Mustang is certainly one of a kind. »Read Full Article
The Mukwonago Area School District is working to improve our communication with our community. Similar to many districts, we're more successful with phone calls, emails, and text messaging to connect with residents who have children in our schools.
LindenGrove — Mukwonago, Waukesha County Technical College, and Mukwonago High School have formed an alliance to help solve the problem of too few certified nursing assistants by coming together to offer Nursing Assistant at Mukwonago High School starting Feb. 29. The program will provide needed training in the southwest region of Waukesha County.
IRS scam calls are being made in Mukwonago according to village Police Chief Kevin Schmidt.
Sixteen mini-grants from the Mukwonago Area Public Schools Education Foundation were issued for the fall to honor creativity and innovation in student learning.
Village of Mukwonago — With the Mukwonago Community Library facing a $45,000 deficit, one employee was recently fired and another is set to resign within one week's time.
With barely a parking spot left and standing room only in the Big Bend Village Hall, residents came to listen to and voice their concerns on expansion plans for Papa Stache, a pub and grill located next to the mill pond in the village of Big Bend during a public hearing Jan. 28.
The vote is in ... well it can be for those needing to vote in this year's spring primary election via an absentee ballot.
Listening to Village of Mukwonago President Fred Winchowky tell Mukwonago Rotary Club members and local business men and women about the state of the village, I couldn't help but think how things have changed.
With a five-year charter agreement expiring this year, students and parents at Eagleville Elementary Charter School packed the Jan. 25 Mukwonago School Board meeting hoping to sway the board to keep the doors of the school open, despite declining enrollment numbers at the school.
A Mukwonago resident was elected to the Wisconsin Natural Resources Board for 2016 at its Jan. 27 meeting in Madison.