Sports director JR Radcliffe and Time Warner Sports Channel's JP Cadorin discuss local sports. Latest episode: Gary Andersen and the Badgers fooball team have a bad week, plus a look back at Arrowhead-Homestead and a glance ahead to Packers opener.
Arrowhead’s Jordan Argue dives into the end zone to tie the score with 1:34 to play against Kettle Moraine on Sept. 6. With the extra-point, Arrowhead held on for a 28-27 win.
Following its 2013 state title, it seemed the Menomonee Falls girls volleyball team was due to fall off at least a little bit, but at the annual Becky Werner Invitational at Mukwonago, it was the other Indians again walking away with the gold.
The first 5,000-meter run in the history of Kettle Moraine's girls cross country program turned out to be a successful one Saturday for the Lasers.
Featured this week:
- “The Cemetery Club”: 7:30 p.m. Sept. 11-13, SummerStage at Lapham Peak, W329-N846 County Highway C, Delafield. $17, $15 for seniors and students (262) 337-1560 http://www.summer-stage.org.
- Opening Reception: 6-8 p.m. Sept. 12, Delafield Arts Center, 527 Milwaukee St., Delafield. Meet the artists and view recent paintings by Martin, Ragus, Hoffman and Lehman. The exhibition runs Sept. 12-Oct. 10., http://www.delafieldartscenter.org.
- Free Hawks Inn Tours: 1-4 p.m. Sept. 13, 20, 27, Oct. 4, 11, 18 (through Oct. 25), Hawks Inn, 426 Wells St., Delafield.
- Pewaukee Area Historical Society Harvest Fest: 12-5 p.m. Sept. 14, Clark House Museum, 206 E. Wisconsin Ave., Pewaukee. Free and open to the public (262) 691-0233 http://www.pewaukeehistory.org/.
Updates to this calendar are made weekly Monday afternoon.
One might imagine that volunteering to head an organization of 250 children in grades 5 to 8 might be a lot like herding cats, but Gary Wipperman would disagree.
Whether you're continuing a family tradition or starting a new one this fall, The Elegant Farmer offers a family-friendly, old fashioned farm harvest experience at its annual Autumn Harvest Festival, 10 to 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays through Oct. 26.
The village of Wales is asking that the public remember to obey traffic controls specifically in the southbound lanes along the west side from Brandybrook Road to County Highway E.
It was a longtime coming for many.
Village of Nashotah — Taxpayers in the city of Delafield and the villages of Nashotah and Chenequa will probably have to pay a combined total of $192,407 more for emergency fire and medical services in 2015.
Update: Due to technical issues, the launch of the new LakeCountryNow.com website has been delayed until Monday, Sept. 22. We look forward to the opportunity to continue to provide you with great local news on an even more exciting website.
Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) will have a little more time to raise funds for its Integrated Manufacturing Center campaign with the extension of a deadline.
City of Delafield — More than two dozen businesses and more than a dozen artists are expected to participate in this year's annual Fall Art Walk between 5 and 9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 12, according to Debra M. Smith, executive director of the Delafield Area Chamber of Commerce.
City of Delafield — A settlement has been reached between the city and homeowners Glenn and Pamela Koehn over a zoning and building dispute involving a fence they built at their 730 Main St. home.
Add the Athletic Fields Forever project to the impressive list of community partnerships that enhance the quality of life in Oconomowoc.
R&R Insurance Services, Wisconsin's largest singly-owned independent insurance agency, has acquired Snyder Insurance, an independent agency based in Oconomowoc.
Oconomowoc High School is on an upward trend, steadily increasing the number of students recognized as Advanced Placement (AP) Scholars every year since the designation first began in 2009.
Family Promise of Western Waukesha County (FPWWC) is on a roll. A key factor needed for the program that helps homeless children and their families has been resolved with the recent donation of a vehicle.
Working as interpreters at Old World Wisconsin for more than 20 years each, it seemed only natural that Anne Danko, 45, and Karl Kaphengst, 49, both of Burlington, would get married at a place they considered their second home.
The plan is still in its infancy, but if the stars align just right, Big Bend Library might just find a new home at S89 W22915 Maple Ave., in Big Bend.
Village of Sussex — Village Administrator Jeremy Smith has sharply defended the legality of a closed meeting of the village board on May 13.
Village of Sussex — Village officials are confident that their proposed plans for improvements on Main Street will be sufficient to handle an estimated additional 1,000 cars a day if a new YMCA/Village Hall complex is constructed on the existing local government campus on Main Street, across the street from the Piggly Wiggly grocery store.
Town of Lisbon — Town Chairman Matt Gehrke warned developers of a proposed fueling station/convenience center and car wash at the southwest corner of Highways Q and 164 that they will have to make major changes in their plans in order to gain approvals from the plan commission and town board.
This wasn't something Amanda Klug thought she would enjoy.
Anticipating traffic delays for the majority of the school year due to construction work on Highway 83 and 18 — which is expected to continue through November — Kettle Moraine High School Principal Jeff Walters reached out to families at the beginning of the school year, encouraging students to use bus transportation, if possible, to reduce traffic in the area.
What better way to start a new school year than by joining the fun of a superheroes-themed homecoming at Kettle Moraine High School?
A group of Kettle Moraine students spent one of the last weeks of their summer applying science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) skills in a seven day long class offered at Kettle Moraine Middle School, entitled "Design-It then Build-It."
Returning from the Labor Day holiday, work continues on the Highway 83 project.
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- 24th Annual Milwaukee/NARI Fall Home & Remodeling Show
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- Mukwonago's Bark for Life to Benefit American Cancer Society
- All God’s Children of Delafield Announces A New Playground Being Built; Special Participation Event Mon., Sept. 15
- Hamilton again on Newsweek’s “Best High Schools” list
- Public Hearing on Town of Merton Garbage Pickup
- Christ the King Church of Delafield Announces New Worship Schedule; Adds Singer/Guitarist/Songwriter Dave Gerhartz to Music Staff
- Household and Agricultural Hazardous Waste Special Collection: Saturday, September 13 – Oconomowoc
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