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August 2014

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Top Stories

Swallow School to hold off on referendum for now

After a series of tours, listening sessions and a communitywide survey, Swallow School District will not be going to a Nov. 4 referendum.

Hearing to be held on 16/83 expansion

Village of Hartland — The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (DOT) plans to hold a public information meeting on a proposed $8 million expansion and reconstruction of the highways 16 and 83 interchange that in the past has been opposed by Delafield city officials.

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Clinic in Delafield slated for approval

City of Delafield — The plan commission is expected to approve this week a business plan of operations for the Children's Hospital of Wisconsin clinic at 3195 Hillside Drive. The clinic is expected to open later this year. | 10:45 a.m.

Martifest to offer all-day music, fun in benefit for children

What better way to bid farewell to the waning days of summer than by taking in an all day music festival that benefits a local cause.

Hartland Plan Commission approves detailed plans for new subdivision

Village of Hartland — The Sanctuary of Hartland subdivision is one step closer to becoming a reality.

Pewaukee woman returns after exchange program

Laura Borth of Pewaukee has returned to the U.S. after having spent a year in Germany as a participant of the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals (CBYX).

November tax referendum in Chenequa

Village of Chenequa — Voters will be asked in a Nov. 4 general election referendum to approve a village real estate tax levy that is about $85,000 higher than allowed by state law.

Pewaukee's Harkens named to national Sailing Hall of Fame

College was over for Olaf and Peter Harken in the mid 1960s.

Pewaukee native wins gold in World Cup

Seven years of riding horses culminated in joy for Emily Gutenkunst.

Hartland, Chenequa police departments to crack down on impaired driving

Village of Hartland — Police in Hartland and the Village of Chenequa will be scouring the streets in the next two weeks of any impaired or drunken drivers.

Hearing to be held on 16/83 expansion

Village of Hartland — The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (DOT) plans to hold a public information meeting on a proposed $8 million expansion and reconstruction of the highways 16 and 83 interchange that in the past has been opposed by Delafield city officials.

Delafield alderman urges long-range planning for Lake Country Fire and Rescue

City of Delafield — Although Fire Chief Jack Edwards says he can trim another $94,000 from the $2 million budget for Lake Country Fire and Rescue, a Delafield alderman says that the chief and the governing body for the consolidated fire department need to be more aggressive in their long-range financial planning.

Hartland Village Board decides to move forward with quiet-zone improvements

Village of Hartland — The village board came one step closer last week to establishing quiet zones at the railway crossings on Cottonwood and Maple avenues.

Retired dancer opens ballet studio for children in Delafield

City of Delafield — "If you can't find it, build it" is the mantra of a retired professional flamenco dancer who lives in Hartland and could not find a storybook-style ballet studio for her young children.

Featured Article

Lisbon's Twin Pine Farm subdivision featured in Parade of Homes

Town of Lisbon — For the first time in at least 15 years, the Metropolitan Builders Association (MBA) is staging a Parade of Homes in the town of Lisbon and they are pleased with the success of the event.

Top Sports Story

Land O’Lakes

Muskies all business, win LOL West crown

Not even the presence of future Land O'Lakes Hall of Famers was enough for the underdog Lannon Stonemen on Aug. 17 in the LOL Western Division championship game.

Poll of the Week

Should the halftime performer at the Super Bowl be required to pay?

Yes, they get a lot of exposure that benefits them

No; they're providing a service and shouldn't have to pay

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