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Rep. Bill Kramer appears in court on sex assault charges

Rep. Bill Kramer sat with his head bowed low Monday morning as the clitter-clack of cameras echoed throughout Waukesha County’s intake court.

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Museum quilts featured in quilt show bed turning

With about 300 judged quilts, the Crazy Quilters' Guild of Mukwonago prepares for its 28th annual quilt show at Park View Middle School from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 26, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 27. Inspired by the New York American Museum of Folk Art show of 650 red and white quilts, this year's theme is red and white quilts. | 3:41 p.m.

Kedzie announces re-election bid

State Sen. Neal Kedzie (R-Elkhorn) has announced his re-election bid to the 11th State Senate District. He is seeking his fourth term. | 3:36 p.m.

Craig set to run again for State Assembly

Touting his conservative voting record and important work as chairman of the Assembly Committee on Financial Institutions as the chief reasons he should be re-elected to represent the 83rd District, state Rep. Dave Craig (R-Vernon) has announced his candidacy for re-election. He indicated there is more work still to be done in Madison to improve Wisconsin's economy. | 3:21 p.m.

Rock Freeway will be under construction until fall

Rock Freeway under construction until fall

 | 3:18 p.m.

Gracenotes to hold spring concert

Gracenotes to hold spring concert

 | 3:15 p.m.

Open house at St. Joseph's Big Bend

Open house at St. Joseph's Big Bend

 | 3:12 p.m.

Palmyra-Eagle Area School District keeping its name, trying to keep its students

Following community preference, the Palmyra-Eagle Area School Board has agreed to keep the district name as it is, dropping a proposal to change it. Palmyra-Eagle Area School District (P-EASD) Administrator Glenn Schlender admitted changing the district's name wouldn't "do diddly," but would have been a symbolic gesture of a bigger problem of divisiveness among district residents and students leaving the district.

Senior Lunches 04/21/14

The senior meal program offers nutritious meals for people 60 and older, as well as educational and recreational programs.

Town looks at modifying code for school bus parking

Town of Mukwonago — Nadine Movrich has parked the school bus she drives for Hanks Transportation by her house on Highway L for a number of years. She didn't know she was violating a town ordinance until she received notification informing her of the infraction, which was addressed at a joint Plan Commission and Town Board meeting April 2.

Upcoming meetings 04/17/14

Village of Big Bend

Medical fund works to replenish funds

The Mukwonago Catastrophic Medical Fund Inc. is hoping to replenish its funds with a pancake breakfast from 7 to 11 a.m. April 26 at St. James Catholic Parish Activity Center, 830 Highway NN East.

Ice Age Trail Alliance sponsored hikes

Ice Age Trail Alliance sponsored hikes

Wanago Gardening Club starting in Mukwonago

Wanago Gardening Club starting in Mukwonago

Have coffee with a cop on Thursday

Have coffee with a cop on Thursday

Local opportunities to hunt eggs

Local opportunities to hunt eggs

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Palmyra-Eagle Area School District keeping its name, trying to keep its students

Following community preference, the Palmyra-Eagle Area School Board has agreed to keep the district name as it is, dropping a proposal to change it. Palmyra-Eagle Area School District (P-EASD) Administrator Glenn Schlender admitted changing the district's name wouldn't "do diddly," but would have been a symbolic gesture of a bigger problem of divisiveness among district residents and students leaving the district.

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Softball

Indians begin Classic 8 play with three victories

Mukwonago's softball team went 3 for 3 to open play in the Classic 8 Conference, and hte defending league champion looks good in the early going.

Poll of the Week

Should college athletes be allowed to unionize?

Yes. Their efforts are bringing money to the school; their financial interests should be protected.

No. They are amateur athletes, and this is not needed.

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