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Germantown Police K9 has died | By Germantown Police Chief Snow

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January 27, 2020 – Germantown, WI – The Germantown Police Department has issued a statement regarding the death of its K9 officer Rambo.   As most of you know K9 Rambo, our second Department K9, retired a number of years ago. Rambo’s health began to decline several months ago.

Jobs, jobs, jobs at Wisconsin Stamping and Manufacturing in Germantown

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Germantown, WI – Welcome Wisconsin Stamping and Manufacturing of Germantown. The family-owned company was originally founded by the Erickson’s who got their start in a small, rented location and then moved to Butler in the 1970s.  In 2011, the facilities in Butler and Pewaukee were consolidated into a brand new

How much snow did you get in Washington County?

January 25, 2020 – West Bend, WI – Put the Jackson American Legion Auxiliary presidential ruler to work this morning measuring the snow from overnight. The reading reached up to President Andrew Johnson (1865-1869) which measured about three inches on the side with digits. That amount was registered over

Celebrating snow in Germantown as more winter white is on the way

January 22, 2020 – Germantown, WI – A bit more winter white is in the forecast. One family in Germantown took advantage of the snow and channeled a little “Frozen” as they recreated their own likeness with red and green scarves, carrots and what appears to be remnants from

Obituary | Gregory J. Rasmussen, 64, of Germantown

January 21, 2020 – Germantown, WI –Gregory J. Rasmussen, 64, of Germantown, Wisconsin passed away Monday, January 20, 2020 at Froedtert- Community Memorial Hospital in Menomonee Falls. Greg was born August 14, 1955 in Tomah, WI to Helene A. (nee Magelee) and Harry E. Rasmussen. He enjoyed his career

Jobs, jobs, jobs at Wisconsin Stamping and Manufacturing in Germantown

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Germantown, WI – Welcome Wisconsin Stamping and Manufacturing of Germantown. The family-owned company was originally founded by the Erickson’s who got their start in a small, rented location and then moved to Butler in the 1970s.  In 2011, the facilities in Butler and Pewaukee were consolidated into a brand new

VIDEO | Washington County Libraries looking for your feedback

Washington Co., WI – Surveying Washington County residents is critical for the future of library services. The goal of the survey is to better understand factors that determine the public libraries the neighbors in our community visit. Results will be incorporated into a final report presented to the Washington

Obituary | Floyd Charles D’Andrea, 84, of Germantown

January 20, 2020 – Germantown, WI –Floyd C. D’Andrea, 84, passed away Saturday January 18, 2020. He served in the US Air Force from 1953-1957. On July 5, 1997, Floyd married Stella Johnson Dornblaser. Floyd is survived by his wife Stella; children; Anthony (Mary) D’Andrea, Jill (Rob) Gottschlich, Lisa

VIDEO | Washington County Libraries looking for your feedback

Washington Co., WI – Surveying Washington County residents is critical for the future of library services. The goal of the survey is to better understand factors that determine the public libraries the neighbors in our community visit. Results will be incorporated into a final report presented to the Washington

Communities in Washington County receive over $8 million in General Transportation Aids

January 19, 2020 – Washington Co., WI – Neighbors in Washington County may want to buckle in for this next story. It looks like cities, towns, and villages across Washington County are set to receive over $8 million in local road funding. The true total for Washington County for

Jobs, jobs, jobs at Wisconsin Stamping and Manufacturing in Germantown

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Germantown, WI – Welcome Wisconsin Stamping and Manufacturing of Germantown. The family-owned company was originally founded by the Erickson’s who got their start in a small, rented location and then moved to Butler in the 1970s.  In 2011, the facilities in Butler and Pewaukee were consolidated into a brand new

VIDEO | Washington County Libraries looking for your feedback

Washington Co., WI – Surveying Washington County residents is critical for the future of library services. The goal of the survey is to better understand factors that determine the public libraries the neighbors in our community visit. Results will be incorporated into a final report presented to the Washington

VIDEO | Prepping for more snow in Washington County

January 18, 2020 – Washington Co., WI – Round one of a winter weekend is in the books and neighbors across Washington County are now bracing for round No. 2. The snow overnight Friday into Saturday measured around 5+ inches in the Washington County area. Snowblowers and shovelers were

Obituary | Gregory W. La Fleur, 67, of Glendale

January 18, 2020 – Germantown, WI – Gregory W. La Fleur, 67, of Glendale died January 10, 2020. Loving dad of Elliot, Collin, Sean and Andy (Charlie Shanaver) La Fleur. Beloved son of Barbara (the late Anthony) La Fleur. Dear brother of Toni (the late Tim) Rand, Jeff (Julie),

VIDEO | Washington County Libraries looking for your feedback

Washington Co., WI – Surveying Washington County residents is critical for the future of library services. The goal of the survey is to better understand factors that determine the public libraries the neighbors in our community visit. Results will be incorporated into a final report presented to the Washington

VIDEO | Washington County Libraries looking for your feedback

Washington Co., WI – Surveying Washington County residents is critical for the future of library services. The goal of the survey is to better understand factors that determine the public libraries the neighbors in our community visit. Results will be incorporated into a final report presented to the Washington

VIDEO | Washington County Libraries looking for your feedback

Washington Co., WI – Surveying Washington County residents is critical for the future of library services. The goal of the survey is to better understand factors that determine the public libraries the neighbors in our community visit. Results will be incorporated into a final report presented to the Washington

VIDEO | Washington County Libraries looking for your feedback

Washington Co., WI – Surveying Washington County residents is critical for the future of library services. The goal of the survey is to better understand factors that determine the public libraries the neighbors in our community visit. Results will be incorporated into a final report presented to the Washington

Jobs, jobs, jobs at Wisconsin Stamping and Manufacturing in Germantown

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Germantown, WI – Welcome Wisconsin Stamping and Manufacturing of Germantown. The family-owned company was originally founded by the Erickson’s who got their start in a small, rented location and then moved to Butler in the 1970s.  In 2011, the facilities in Butler and Pewaukee were consolidated into a brand new

Jobs, jobs, jobs at Wisconsin Stamping and Manufacturing in Germantown

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Germantown, WI – Welcome Wisconsin Stamping and Manufacturing of Germantown. The family-owned company was originally founded by the Erickson’s who got their start in a small, rented location and then moved to Butler in the 1970s.  In 2011, the facilities in Butler and Pewaukee were consolidated into a brand new

It looks like we survived the first snowmageddon of 2020

January 11, 2020 – Washington Co., WI – The first major snowfall of 2020 is in the books and it appears Mother Nature isn’t done yet. Plows and salters have been busy overnight in Washington County. The forecast calls for winds becoming strong; mostly cloudy, snow, 1-3″, colder; untreated

Bipartisan approach to protecting our water | By Assembly Rep. Dan Knodl (R-Germantown)

January 11, 2020 – Germantown, WI – Rep. Dan Knodl (R-Germantown) was pleased to see the new legislation proposed by the bipartisan Water Quality Task Force unveiled this week at the Capitol. “In a state bordered by two Great Lakes and the mighty Mississippi River, water quality is important

Rain/snow mix on tap for Washington County

January 9, 2020 – Washington County, WI – A complex scenario remains likely to unfold across Washington County and the Upper Midwest this weekend. Words like cold front and rain/snow mix along with measurable snow are some of the key words in the forecast. Accotding to TrueWeather: A cold

Ballot order for local races on April 7, 2020 Spring Election

January 9, 2020 – Washington Co., WI – The deadline to turn in candidacy papers for the April 7, 2020 Spring Election was Tuesday, January 7 and now the next task is to determine how the names are listed on the ballot. In West Bend city clerk Stephanie Justmann

Fiery crash in Germantown caused by 4th time drunk driver | By Lt. Dave Huesemann

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January 7, 2020 – Germantown, WI – On Monday, January 6, 2020 at approximately 7:28 p.m., Germantown Communications received reports of an erratic driver Northbound on I-41 north of County Line Road. Witness reports indicated the suspect vehicle was weaving in traffic, and it also stopped in traffic on

Jobs, jobs, jobs at Wisconsin Stamping and Manufacturing in Germantown

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Germantown, WI – Welcome Wisconsin Stamping and Manufacturing of Germantown. The family-owned company was originally founded by the Erickson’s who got their start in a small, rented location and then moved to Butler in the 1970s.  In 2011, the facilities in Butler and Pewaukee were consolidated into a brand new

VIDEO | Washington County Libraries looking for your feedback

Washington Co., WI – Surveying Washington County residents is critical for the future of library services. The goal of the survey is to better understand factors that determine the public libraries the neighbors in our community visit. Results will be incorporated into a final report presented to the Washington
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