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The Neighborhood Files, Summer
There is a lot crammed into the three-day weekend, and sometimes getting to a parade or ceremony gets lost. Do you make it a point to attend? Will you attend this year?
The Chargers did not have any individual champions against a tough field in their own sectional, but still sent athletes to the state meet next weekend in La Crosse.
Trustees said Tuesday they've come up with a different option to reroute Spring Creek.
The Chargers host the WIAA track and field sectional on Thursday, and will have representation in six events each for the boys and girls competitions.
Police & Fire
So it’s finally starting to warm up in Wisconsin, and suddenly there’s a nudity epidemic. This is our weekly weird crime roundup, OMG PD.
The FBI compiles crime statistics annually and Patch has used that data to create a searchable database for Wisconsin information.
The National Transportation Safety Board wants another lowering of the blood-alcohol standard for drunk driving. It stands at .08; the NTSB wants it at .05.
The Sussex Recreation Department's annual Rock-a-Thon was blessed with glorious weather, music from Dante's Bop and cheerful drivers passing by.
An amorous couple needed police assistance to deal with a “wardrobe malfunction.” Welcome to OMG PD.
Some Wisconsin legislators are hoping to prevent any government restrictions on the size of your soda. What about your own restrictions? If any?
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