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  1. Get the Miller Park Tailgate Checklist shirt nowRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Brew Crew Ball

    Grilling season never really ends in Wisconsin. And now you can literally wear your tailgate prowess on your sleeve with Breaking T's new "Miller Park Tailgate Checklist T-shirt! Baseball in Milwaukee is a little bit different than most other places.

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  2. What to do in Green Bay when you're not watching the Tigers and BadgersRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Advocate

    We have great news for LSU fans traveling for the football season opener against Wisconsin: Travel websites rate Lambeau Field the top place to see when visiting Green Bay. Now, you just have to figure out what to do the rest of the time you're there.

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  3. Party preparations start early for LSU fansRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Door Reminder

    Party preparations start early for LSU fans Green Bay company Bring It! Errands & Delivery helps with weekend preparations. Check out this story on greenbaypressgazette.com: http://gbpg.net/2bMMxXb A group of LSU fans hired Bring It! Errands and Delivery of Green Bay to ensure their Wisconsin weekend is well stocked.

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  4. West Milford hot sauce maker hauls home four new awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Item

    West Milford's Martin Olsen is running out of room to showcase awards given to Moe Mountain Hot Sauce, a concoction he started bottling for sale in 2014. Earlier this summer, West Milford resident Martin Olsen got a bit more than he bargained for from his sole entry to the International Flavor Awards.

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  5. Scout Releases Post-Summer Basketball Class Of 2017 Recruiting Top 100Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Anonymous Eagle

    Once all the various grassroots basketball tournaments of the summer wrap up, once all the shoe company sponsored camps are done, then the recruiting services can get around to reorganizing their recruiting rankings. You can click here for a discussion of the top three guys in the class - DeAndre Ayton, Mohamed Bamba, and Trevon Duval - as well as some tidbits about the players that make up the top 100, but you're here for Marquette's involvement with the top 100 guys.

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  6. N.J. woman hit by foul ball during batting practice sues major league teamRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | NJ.com

    A 47-year-old New Jersey woman injured by a foul ball before a Milwaukee Brewers game two years ago has sued the team, A South Jersey woman injured after being struck in the face by a foul ball at a Major League Baseball game two years ago has filed suit against the home team, according to a report. Morelli's suit says the Brewers violated Wisconsin's "safe-place" statute and didn't do everything "reasonably necessary to protect the life, health, safety, and welfare" of its visitors.

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  7. Take Ten: Biking trails, eventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Kenosha News

    Fifty years have passed since abandoned railroad tracks were converted into the 32.5-mile Elroy-Sparta State Trail, the first U.S. rail-to-trail project, and now at least 1,900 of these recreational paths crisscross the nation. A new guidebook, "Rail-Trail Hall of Fame: A Selection of America's Premier Rail-Trails" , recognizes Elroy-Sparta and 28 other trails as pioneering efforts that inspired similar projects in other places.

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  8. Georgetown County Airport celebrates South Carolina Aviation WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 27 | The Georgetown Times

    In the pilot seat of his A-36 Beechcraft Bonanza airplane, Douglas Decker taxis out to the runway at the Georgetown County Airport. Georgetown County officials highlighted South Carolina Aviation Week by hosting an Aug. 23 celebration luncheon at the Georgetown County Airport.

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  9. A travel guide to Milwaukee from someone who spent one night thereRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | Purple Row

    Welcome to Football Friday, a baseball column by Connor. Each week I will dive into the previous seven days of baseball news, shout my opinion into the void, discuss some things about the Colorado Rockies , and answer your emails.

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  10. Local AT&T Pioneers Donate Over 650 New Backpacks to Milwaukee Elementary School StudentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 27 | Milwaukee Courier Online

    Over 650 Milwaukee elementary school students have new backpacks filled with school supplies for the new school year, thanks to a donation today from the Milwaukee area AT&T Pioneers. The AT&T Pioneers visited seven Milwaukee schools to donate the new backpacks and school supplies as part of their annual "Tools for Learning Project."

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  11. Butter plant expansion forces closure of Hillsboro airportRead the original story

    Friday Aug 26 | Washington Times

    Those who land at the city-owned airstrip are asked to sign in on a faded yellow legal pad protected by Plexiglas in a self-serve kiosk constructed by Ian Collins, an Eagle Scout with Boy Scout Troop 83, Wisconsin State Journal reported. The plaque doesn't say in what year Collins built the structure.

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  12. Rad Milwaukee Woman: Amalia TodrykRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | OnMilwaukee

    Welcome to a series introducing the women who were nominated by professionals and will be honored at " The Rad Women Celebration: Being Rad for Social Change ." The event is hosted by the Women's Fund of Greater Milwaukee and will take place on Thursday, Oct. 20 at the Italian Conference Center.

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  13. A bleak choice between a a liara and your a drunk unclea for one Wisconsin focus groupRead the original story

    Friday Aug 26 | Watertown Daily Times

    For a small group of undecided voters here, the presidential choices this year are bleak: Hillary Clinton is a “liar” with a lifetime of political skullduggery and a ruthless agenda for power, while Donald Trump is your “drunk uncle” who can't be trusted to listen even to the good advice he's paying for. Describing the election as a cesspool, 12 swing voters participating in a focus group Thursday in this battleground state were deeply negative about both candidates, starkly describing their choice this year as one between a candidate they loathe and one they fear .

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  14. A bleak choice between a - liar' and your - drunk uncle' for one Wisconsin focus groupRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 26 | The Washington Post

    For a small group of undecided voters here, the presidential choices this year are bleak: Hillary Clinton is a "liar" with a lifetime of political skullduggery and a ruthless agenda for power, while Donald Trump is your "drunk uncle" who can't be trusted to listen even to the good advice he's paying for. Describing the election as a cesspool, 12 swing voters participating in a focus group Thursday in this battleground state were deeply negative about both candidates, starkly describing their choice this year as one between a candidate they loathe and one they fear .

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  15. MountainSummit: Veterans trek cross-country to find peace in 'Almost Sunrise'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | The Aspen Times

    Iraq War Veterans Tom Voss and Anthony Anderson in "Almost Sunrise." The pair are in Aspen for the MountainSummit screening of the film.

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  16. The Scorching Cynicism of Scott Walker's Assault on VotingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | The Nation

    As the federal courts intervene to restore early voting, the governor admits that he signed anti-democratic legislation without considering the consequences. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker delivers a speech on the third day of the Republican National Convention on July 20, 2016.

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  17. The Joseph Project: In Wisconsin, a Path out of Povertyby Alexandra...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 25 | National Review Online

    But, as Democrats and Republicans wage a bitter war over this year's presidential election, it's worth remembering just how much is at stake. It has been nearly 80 years since the progressive movement began its attempt to alleviate systemic poverty with federal action: first, in the , via Lyndon B. Johnson's "Great Society."

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  18. Hubbell Gas Connectors & Accessories Group Hosts Sold-Out Lyall Plant TourRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 24 | PRWeb

    The Hubbell group tour of R.W. Lyall's New Berlin, Wis., facility was held as a pre-summit session during this year's MEA Summit Oil and gas pipeline components manufacturer R.W. Lyall today said that it hosted a sold-out tour of its New Berlin, Wis., facility early this month as part of the Hubbell Gas Connectors & Accessories Group . The tour was offered as a pre-summit session during this year's Midwest Energy Association Gas Operations & Technical Leadership Summit held at the Wisconsin Center in downtown Milwaukee on Aug. 9-10.

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  19. Wauwatosa group runs free basketball camp for kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 23 | WauwatosaNOW.com

    Jody Bressett lost his home on the Bad River Reservation to severe flooding in July 2016. Bressett, a father of six, is a member of the community's fire department alongside his wife and oldest son.

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  20. FlyOtto Adds Speed to Charter BookingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 23 | Flying

    Pilots familiar with OpenAirplane, the service that created a universal rental-pilot system, will see FlyOtto , a new Web-based charter booking service, as a no-brainer. But FlyOtto creators Rod Rakic and Adam Fast wanted to focus FlyOtto on people who don't know the first thing about chartering an airplane.

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