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VIDEO: IKE Music - "Finding Ways"

Who says you need a big budget to make a great looking video? IKE Music grabbed their iPhones, hit the nearest scenic location, and with a little magic, we have the video for “Finding Ways”. 65 more words

Music

Open House 2017

Saturday, June 10th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sunday, June 11th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Green’s Friendship Acres
S63W24515 Townline Rd,
Waukesha, Wisconsin 53189… 102 more words

Soap

April 2017

Celebrate Earth Day with Green’s Friendship Acres.  Make soap with all-natural ingredients.

$5 off if you take both classes!

Soap Making Class

Saturday, April 22 from 1 to 3 p.m.  176 more words

Soap

Across Winsconsin

Wisconsin became the second state of our big Midwestern crusade. In general, I would characterize Wisconsin as boring and vacuous. Even the state parks in the north did not seem on par with many other ones we had visited throughout the country. 437 more words

Wisconsin GOP leaders speak at annual Lincoln-Reagan Day Dinner in Waukesha

WAUKESHA — Wisconsin’s top Republicans were in Waukesha Friday evening, March 3rd, to attend the 67th annual “Lincoln-Reagan Day Dinner.”

The night was a real celebration of what the Republican Party has been able to accomplish this year followed by what the party is hoping to accomplish in the coming months and the strong tie the White house now has with the state of Wisconsin. 514 more words

News

Waukesha "Bachelor" Viall To Be On "Dancing With The Stars"

Waukesha native Nick Viall will be one of 12 celebrities on A-B-C’s next edition of “Dancing With the Stars.” The roster for the show’s 24th season was announced this (Wednesday) morning. 95 more words

State News

Beyond the Basin: Water diversion in a Warming World

By Jillian Smith, University of Birmingham 

The Great Lakes–at the U.S. and Canadian international boundary–are the planet’s largest system of freshwater (Government of Canada, 2016). The five Great Lakes (Lakes Superior, Huron, Michigan, Ontario, Erie) represent more than twenty percent of the world’s freshwater supply (Canadian Geographic, n.d.). 724 more words

Climate Change