Category: Special News

Mayville’s Annual Holiday Event Continues To Grow

Each year, Main Street Mayville, Inc. hosts an annual holiday extravaganza to celebrate the season. This year’s event, It’s a Wonderful Life on Main, is centered in...

NATO renews call for ‘global response’ to North Korea

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg calls Pyongyang’s missile launch ‘another reckless breach of UN resolutions’ NATO has called for “a...

Waukesha WRAP art exhibit winners heading to State contest

WAUKESHA — State Award winners of the Wisconsin Regional Artist Program will be going to the Wasau conference September 23. The art exhibit was sponsored by the...

Special-needs Scout to attend fourth national Jamboree

WAUKESHA — On July 19, 40,000 Boy Scouts, Venturers, Explorers and unit leaders will descend upon Summit Bechtel Reserve in West Virginia for the 19th National Scout...

Heavy accusation from the spiritual to Turkey! “Dangerous”

Iranian President Hasan Ruhani criticized the dam projects in Turkey. He talked about the dam projects on the Euphrates and the Dicle at a press conference held on sand...

Answer lies within for opioid addicts

Waukesha woman one of first to receive implants for fighting addiction WAUKESHA — Raynell Hammer of Waukesha has had her share of ups and downs: motherhood and...

Terror alert in Paris

At Charles-de-Gaulle Airport, passengers were evacuated shortly due to the terror alert. The passengers at the 2F terminal of Charles de-Gaulle Airport in Paris, the...

Brazilian chief prosecutor accused president

Brazilian chief prosecutor Rodirgo Janot accused President Michel Temer of corruption. The Brazilian chief prosecutor accused President Michel Temer of corruption....

Man enters, withdraws plea in alleged wrench attack on wife

WAUKESHA — A Town of Waukesha man who reportedly attacked his wife with a pipe wrench on Feb. 1 attempted to enter a plea in the case Friday morning as the first step...

One student helps improve policies for special needs students

HARTLAND — While dozens of middle school students in the area have graduated from the eighth grade this spring, Kelly Lyons was the first student with Down syndrome to...