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Wil-Kil Pest Control Named One of Pest Control Technology’s Top 100 Pest Management Firms in the U.S.

Wil-Kil Pest Control, the Upper Midwest’s quality leader in pest management, was recently named one of Pest Control Technology’s (PCT) Top 100 pest management firms in the U.S. The...

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Hoops for Awareness

On Saturday, August 13th, Modern Woodmen will be hosting our inaugural Annual 3v3 Basketball Tournament and Family Fun Day. This event will take place at Hales Corners Lutheran from...

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SDNB Includes 'College and Career Ready Dispositions in Grading, Reporting

In response to a growing concern that students are graduating high school - and in some cases college - without the social and emotional skills to effectively navigate the worlds...

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Art Service Award given to the Waukesha Community Arts Project by Waukesha Creative Arts League

A $350 Service Award was given to the local service organization, Waukesha Community Arts Project, for their contribution to encouraging the arts in young people by the Waukesha Creative Arts...

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It's Raining Kittens at HAWS

To kick off our Kitten Shower we will have a Q & A session with HAWS' Cat Trainer Leann Boucha and Dr. Gretchen Jaeger, DVM. If you are...

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Bike Safety and Maintenance Program at Brookfield Public Library

Not sure how to fix a flat bicycle tire or properly fit a bike helmet? Do you need a refresher on the rules of the road? Stop in at...

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Learn about Native American Culture at the Brookfield Public LIbrary

Mark Denning, an Oneida/Menominee Indian born on the Menominee Reservation, will demonstrate the culture of American Indians past and present using storytelling and dance. This free program will take place...

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Waukesha resident earns highest Girl Scout honor with senior citizen art therapy project

Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast (GSWISE) has given Waukesha resident and Girl Scout Alyne Majewski the highest award in Girl Scouting–the Girl Scout Gold Award. A Girl Scout who receives...

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Waukesha resident earns highest Girl Scout honor with Old World Wisconsin trail restoration project

Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast (GSWISE) has given Waukesha resident and Girl Scout Alison Campbell the highest award in Girl Scouting–the Girl Scout Gold Award. A Girl Scout who...

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Swimming Pool Services Honored as a Customer Service Leader in Residential Construction

Pewaukee, Wis. – Swimming Pool Services Inc. has received a 2016 Guildmaster Award for its continued commitment to service excellence, based on customer surveys by an independent rating agency. Swimming Pool...

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Medical College of Wisconsin to conduct mass casualty training June 20-21 on Milwaukee campus

Medical College of Wisconsin to conduct mass casualty training June 20-21 on Milwaukee campus Milwaukee, Wis., - On Monday, June 20 and Tuesday, June 21, the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW)...

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Cigar Networkers of Milwaukee Presents - Know Your Leaf

As a public service, Cigar Networkers of Milwaukee – www.cigarmke.com - likes to educate the novice & experienced cigar smoker on the terms used with our passion. Cigar Networkers of Milwaukee...

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Waukesha County Genealogical Society to meet on June 22

The Original Government Land Surveys of Waukesha County WAUKESHA – On June 22nd the Waukesha County Genealogical Society will host an evening with Jerry Thomasen. Jerry will talk about the...

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Brookfield Chamber of Commerce launches app to promote local businesses

The Greater Brookfield Chamber of Commerce is launching a custom app June 15 to drive business growth and fuel B2B relationships in the area. The “MoreForYou” app, Wisconsin’s first regional...

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Support for K9s Keeps "Brewing"

Greenfield, WI, June 15, 2016: The public is invited to the 5th annual MECA Vest A K9 Fest, a fundraiser held on the grounds of the Milwaukee Emergency Center for...

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Eagles Soar at Menomonee Falls High School Graduation

A rare convocation of Eagles was present at the Menomonee Falls High School commencement ceremony on Saturday June 11, 2016. Less than 1 percent of the male population in the United...

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Support for K9s Keeps "Brewing"

Greenfield, WI, June 15, 2016: The public is invited to the 5th annual MECA Vest A K9 Fest, a fundraiser held on the grounds of the Milwaukee Emergency Center for...

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Support for K9s Keeps "Brewing"

Greenfield, WI, June 15, 2016: The public is invited to the 5th annual MECA Vest A K9 Fest, a fundraiser held on the grounds of the Milwaukee Emergency Center for...

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Support for K9s Keeps "Brewing"

Greenfield, WI, June 15, 2016: The public is invited to the 5th annual MECA Vest A K9 Fest, a fundraiser held on the grounds of the Milwaukee Emergency Center for...

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Free Identity Theft Prevention program at the Brookfield Library

Identity theft continues to be the fastest growing crime in the United States. The more you learn about it, the less vulnerable you are. On Tuesday, July 12, Laura Fay of...

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Community Watch

» Carroll University's new Lowry Hall gets final approval from Waukesha Plan Commission 6/24

» Waukesha native's Smart Program Training targets dementia progression 6/23

» OwnersEdge gives Green Bay business owner an alternative to selling 6/22

» Plea hearing set for Waukesha man accused of pointing unloaded assault rifle at police Updated:  6/21

» Waukesha's water diversion application wins unanimous approval 6/21

» Mother of girl charged in Slender Man stabbing struggles with daughter's fate 6/21

» Waukesha police report: June 23, 2016 issue 6/20

» Waukesha's iconic Gasthaus restaurant to close this weekend Updated:  6/20

» 11th-hour effort aims to kill Waukesha water plan 6/19

» Waukesha School District approves new principals at Lowell & Hawthorne 6/17

» Carl Zach Cycling Classic rolls into Waukesha June 19 6/17

» Waukesha celebrates nation's and city parks' anniversary this time 6/17

» Waukesha teen drowns in Marinette County lake during youth retreat Updated:  6/17

» Waukesha STEM Academy encourages engineering careers for girls Updated:  6/16

» Initial Reaction Podcast: MLB Draft's Wisconsin flavor and WIAA's postseason model Updated:  6/15

» Charge dismissed against Waukesha man accused of human trafficking Updated:  6/14

» Police looking for man who stole power tools worth $7,000 from Waukesha Farm and Fleet Updated:  6/14

» Former Waukesha fire chief seeks reversal of panel's decision to fire him Updated:  6/14

» Waukesha police report: June 16, 2016 issue 6/13

» Ex-Kmart site in Waukesha continues to evolve with new building Updated:  6/13

» First-quarter police & fire overtime for Waukesha higher than expected 6/13

» Waukesha panel OKs latest plans for Mad Rooster Cafe at old Hardee's Updated:  6/13

» Waukesha West dominates on its way to state tournament 6/11

» Review: Waukesha Civic Theatre's 'Fawlty Towers' effectively delivers British comedy Updated:  6/10

» Michigan legislators urge rejection of Waukesha's water application Updated:  6/9

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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.

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