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Historian to Lead Catholic Center for Holocaust Education at Seton Hill U.
Tim Crain's career as a historian of Judaism began in a Roman Catholic grade school.
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Fri Jul 11, 2014
After 39 years, Ma Jolie closes its Downer Avenue location
Milwaukee fashion pioneer Ma Jolie/ Footgear, quietly closed its doors at 2583 N. Downer Ave. at the end of June.
Peninsula Players Theatre to Welcome Christie Expert for and Then There Were None Talk, 7/22
Peninsula Players Theatre , in conjunction with its production of with Agatha Christie 's classic whodunit "And Then There Were None," will host Christie scholar Christopher Chan, July 22 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets to performances are available, admission to the pre-show seminar is free.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Appointee to Russia ambassadorship has strong state ties
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Warren C. Manske
Warren Clayton Manske, 89, of Menominee, passed away Monday, June 30. Born May 30, 1925 in Marinette, to Arthur and Elizabeth Manske, he graduated from Marinette High School in 1943 and served in the United States Navy during World War II for four years as an electronic technician.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Milwaukee's Dogg Haus hot dog restaurant expanding to Twin Cities
The Dogg Haus , a chain of five Milwaukee restaurants specializing in hot dogs, is to open five locations in the Twin Cities metro area, owner Mazen Muna announced today.
Milwaukee YMCA bankruptcy is challenge of a lifetime for Julie Tolan
Julie Tolan, president and chief executive of the YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee, gathers with a group of 5-year-olds at the Rite Hite day camp at the Rite-Hite Family YMCA in Brown Deer.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
As viewers show their loyalty to TV news types, WITI-TV adds new anchor
After it was announced last week that a popular South Carolina television news anchor's contract was not renewed, viewers lashed out on social media and even protested outside the station.
Ideological Differences May Turn The Governor's Race in Wisconsin
Polls show Republican Gov. Scott Walker and his likely Democratic opponent Mary Burke, in a virtual dead heat.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Japanese TV tours Milwaukee
The Kansai Telecasting Corporation visited Milwaukee over Memorial Day weekend, and the show it produced aired on Saturday, June 21 and is now online.
Milwaukee Talks: Marquette president Mike Lovell
On July 1, Michael R. Lovell took office as Marquette University's 24th president .
Sat Jul 05, 2014
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Matt Pommer: Is it fair to judge Gov. Walker on jobs results?
New federal numbers have added fuel to the debate over private-job creation during Scott Walker's years as governor.
Affirmative Action: Perpetuate or Phase Out?
One of the most important "precepts" of the natural law, enunciated by Aquinas, Suarez, Grotius, and other theorists, is the duty to work for, and contribute to, harmonious and just social and political conditions, according to one's abilities and state in life.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
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Wally Ellenson's transfer to Marquette sparks debate about brother Henry's future
Basketball and track standout Wally Ellenson made headlines a few years ago during his high school days.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
New Senior Pastor named at United Protestant Church of Grayslake
On Sunday, July 6, the United Protestant Church of Grayslake will welcome a new senior pastor, Rev.
Puhl's hardware found a home in Wauwatosa, and it stayed in the family
"If you had asked me 40 years ago what I would be doing today, this would not be it; I was in college for an art history major," said Puhl, who co-owns the nearly 40-year-old franchise with her sisters, Janice Puhl-Przybylski and Carolyn Fox.
Local Resident Performing In GYPSY At Sunset Playhouse
Ava Thomann will perform as Miss Cratchitt in "Gypsy" at Sunset Playhouse from Thursday, July 17th through Sunday, August 10th.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Local community honors historic signing of Civil Rights Act of 1964
A number of local civil rights leaders and litigators joined at the Marquette University Law School to discuss the history, progress and challenges of the legislation.
CLC Board Member Richard A. Anderson wins statewide college trustees' award
Richard A. Anderson of Grayslake, a 40-year member of the College of Lake County Board of Trustees, has been named one of two 2014 recipients of the prestigious Ray Hartstein Trustee Achievement Award, presented by the Illinois Community College Trustees Association .
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Wisconsin-Minnesota firm has new managing partner
The law firm of DeWitt Ross & Stevens in Madison and Milwaukee and its affiliate DeWitt Mackall Crounse & Moore of Minneapolis, today announced Bradley C. Fulton will assume the role of president and managing partner effective July 1, 2014.