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Wisconsin City Wins Right to Use Great Lakes Water

The Great Lakes contain vast amounts of fresh water, but keeping that water safe is important because tapping too much could have devastating ecological effects on the lakes themselves and people living near them. 270 more words

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How to Improve Fuel Efficiency

When you drive, you will want to improve the fuel efficiency of your vehicle. By doing so, you can also help save on wear and tear of parts of your vehicle. 256 more words

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Weddings Through the Years

Have you ever wondered what the wedding trends were years ago? Let’s embark on a 100-year journey through the history of nuptials. The more things have changed, the more they’ve stayed the same. 321 more words

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Updates from Waukesha Meeting - 08/10/2016

We had 13 members attend our latest chapter meeting in Waukesha, including our newest member, Eunice Johnson with Transworld Systems. Her firm specializes in cash flow management including being nationally licensed as a collection agency, which allow her to help clients more efficiently manage accounts receivables. 105 more words

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Leading Causes for Accidents

Car accidents are a serious epidemic in the United States. Roughly 10 million people are involved in car accidents annually. It’s also the leading cause of death for teenagers in America according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 278 more words

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2003 Ford Thunderbird

Cost: $13,995

Mileage: 68,904 miles

Color (Exterior/Interior): Evening Black/Black Ink

Engine: 3.9L V8 cylinder

Transmission: Automatic

Fuel Type: Gasoline

MGP (City/Highway): 18/24

Vehicle Options: 17 inch Wheels; Electronic Climate Control; Leather Seats; Keyless Entry; Power Convertible Soft Top; and so much more!

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Antique Map of Oconomowoc Wisconsin 1885 Waukesha County

Antique Map of Oconomowoc Wisconsin 1885 Waukesha County
View of the city of Oconomowoc, Wisconsin Waukesha County. Drawn by H. Wellge. 1885

Year: 1885
City: Oconomowoc… 18 more words

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