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U.S. flag to fly at half-staff on Memorial Day | By Ron Naab

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Governor Evers signed Executive Order No. 77, relating to a Proclamation that the Flag of the United States and the Flag of the State of Wisconsin be flown at half-staff on Memorial Day.                   In accordance with this order, please ensure

U.S. flag to fly at half-staff on Memorial Day | By Ron Naab

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Governor Evers signed Executive Order No. 77, relating to a Proclamation that the Flag of the United States and the Flag of the State of Wisconsin be flown at half-staff on Memorial Day.                   In accordance with this order, please ensure

U.S. flag to fly at half-staff on Memorial Day | By Ron Naab

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Governor Evers signed Executive Order No. 77, relating to a Proclamation that the Flag of the United States and the Flag of the State of Wisconsin be flown at half-staff on Memorial Day.                   In accordance with this order, please ensure

Allenton Fohl-Martin Legion Post Color Guard holding Memorial Day ceremonies on Sunday, May 24 | By Ron Naab

Allenton, WI – The Allenton Fohl-Martin Legion Post Color Guard will be holding Memorial Day ceremonies at the following cemeteries on Sunday, May 24.   8:30 A.M. – St. Mathias Cemetery 9:00 A.M. – St. Peter’s Cemetery 9:30 A.M. – Sacred Heart Cemetery 9:45 A.M. – St. Anthony Cemetery

Successful delivery of fresh produce by Still Waters Church in Jackson | By Ron Naab

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Jackson, WI – Still Waters Church in Jackson delivered 150 boxes of fresh produce Wednesday morning, May 20. The convoy started at 8 a.m. and was out of product by 10:30 a.m. The committee thanks WashingtonCountyInsider.com and WTKM radio for assistance in getting the word out. Each box contained

Feeding America In Washington County | By Ron Naab

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Jackson, WI – Still Waters Church, 3617 Scenic Road, has been given a wonderful opportunity to partner with Feeding America to help feed Washington County. Before COVID-19 10,000 pounds of food was being distributed in Washington County weekly.  This is no longer happening.  Feeding America–Eastern Wisconsin is the leading hunger-relief

Feeding America In Washington County | By Ron Naab

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Jackson, WI – Still Waters Church, 3617 Scenic Road, has been given a wonderful opportunity to partner with Feeding America to help feed Washington County. Before COVID-19 10,000 pounds of food was being distributed in Washington County weekly.  This is no longer happening.  Feeding America–Eastern Wisconsin is the leading hunger-relief

Feeding America In Washington County | By Ron Naab

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Jackson, WI – Still Waters Church, 3617 Scenic Road, has been given a wonderful opportunity to partner with Feeding America to help feed Washington County. Before COVID-19 10,000 pounds of food was being distributed in Washington County weekly.  This is no longer happening.  Feeding America–Eastern Wisconsin is the leading hunger-relief

Feeding America In Washington County | By Ron Naab

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Jackson, WI – Still Waters Church, 3617 Scenic Road, has been given a wonderful opportunity to partner with Feeding America to help feed Washington County. Before COVID-19 10,000 pounds of food was being distributed in Washington County weekly.  This is no longer happening.  Feeding America–Eastern Wisconsin is the leading hunger-relief

Feeding America In Washington County | By Ron Naab

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Jackson, WI – Still Waters Church, 3617 Scenic Road, has been given a wonderful opportunity to partner with Feeding America to help feed Washington County. Before COVID-19 10,000 pounds of food was being distributed in Washington County weekly.  This is no longer happening.  Feeding America–Eastern Wisconsin is the leading hunger-relief

Traffic at 10 miles an hour I41 northbound at CTH K in Washington County |By Ron Naab

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May 15, 2020 – Washington Co., WI – Heads up to motorists who are northbound around noon today, Friday, May 15 on I41 in Washington County. Traffic is moving at about 10 miles an hour in the area of County Highway K. There is construction in the median in

Feeding America In Washington County | By Ron Naab

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Jackson, WI – Still Waters Church, 3617 Scenic Road, has been given a wonderful opportunity to partner with Feeding America to help feed Washington County. Before COVID-19 10,000 pounds of food was being distributed in Washington County weekly.  This is no longer happening.  Feeding America–Eastern Wisconsin is the leading hunger-relief

Feeding America In Washington County | By Ron Naab

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Jackson, WI – Still Waters Church, 3617 Scenic Road, has been given a wonderful opportunity to partner with Feeding America to help feed Washington County. Before COVID-19 10,000 pounds of food was being distributed in Washington County weekly.  This is no longer happening.  Feeding America–Eastern Wisconsin is the leading hunger-relief

Feeding America In Washington County | By Ron Naab

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Jackson, WI – Still Waters Church, 3617 Scenic Road, has been given a wonderful opportunity to partner with Feeding America to help feed Washington County. Before COVID-19 10,000 pounds of food was being distributed in Washington County weekly.  This is no longer happening.  Feeding America–Eastern Wisconsin is the leading hunger-relief

Feeding America In Washington County | By Ron Naab

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Jackson, WI – Still Waters Church, 3617 Scenic Road, has been given a wonderful opportunity to partner with Feeding America to help feed Washington County. Before COVID-19 10,000 pounds of food was being distributed in Washington County weekly.  This is no longer happening.  Feeding America–Eastern Wisconsin is the leading hunger-relief

Feeding America In Washington County | By Ron Naab

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Jackson, WI – Still Waters Church, 3617 Scenic Road, has been given a wonderful opportunity to partner with Feeding America to help feed Washington County. Before COVID-19 10,000 pounds of food was being distributed in Washington County weekly.  This is no longer happening.  Feeding America–Eastern Wisconsin is the leading hunger-relief

Feeding America In Washington County | By Ron Naab

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Jackson, WI – Still Waters Church, 3617 Scenic Road, has been given a wonderful opportunity to partner with Feeding America to help feed Washington County. Before COVID-19 10,000 pounds of food was being distributed in Washington County weekly.  This is no longer happening.  Feeding America–Eastern Wisconsin is the leading hunger-relief

Feeding America In Washington County | By Ron Naab

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Jackson, WI – Still Waters Church, 3617 Scenic Road, has been given a wonderful opportunity to partner with Feeding America to help feed Washington County. Before COVID-19 10,000 pounds of food was being distributed in Washington County weekly.  This is no longer happening.  Feeding America–Eastern Wisconsin is the leading hunger-relief

Feeding America In Washington County | By Ron Naab

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Jackson, WI – Still Waters Church, 3617 Scenic Road, has been given a wonderful opportunity to partner with Feeding America to help feed Washington County. Before COVID-19 10,000 pounds of food was being distributed in Washington County weekly.  This is no longer happening.  Feeding America–Eastern Wisconsin is the leading hunger-relief

Wildfire advisory from Badger Firefighters Association | By Ron Naab

Washington Co., WI – The Badger Firefighters Association is urging residents in the Fond du Lac, Dodge, Sheboygan, Washington, and Ozaukee counties to proceed with extreme caution burning rubbish, branches and leaves. The vegetation is still very dry and with low humidity and strong winds a fire could easily

No. 6 seed Slinger Owls topple No. 3 seed Grafton at Grafton to advance in WIAA tournament | By Ron Naab

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March 6, 2020 – Slinger, WI – Number 6 seed Slinger upended No. 3 seed, Grafton on Friday night in a WIAA Division 2 regional game on Grafton’s home court; the final 62 – 54. The Owls advance to face No. 2 seed Whitefish Bay at Whitefish Bay on

Slinger Owls advance with a comeback victory | By Ron Naab

March 1, 2020 – Slinger, WI – Saturday night was a hair puller for the Slinger fans, especially coach Tony Dobson for the first ¾ of the game. At the end of the first half Grafton Black Hawks were in the lead with a 23 to 19 score. Slinger

Slinger Lady Owls move forward in WIAA tournament | By Ron Naab

February 28, 2020 – Slinger, WI – The Slinger Owls girls basketball team hosted the Cedarburg Bulldogs in the second level game in the WIAA basketball tournament. Slinger’s coach Tony Dobson went home a happy man ready to prepare for Saturday night’s game at Slinger where the Owl’s will

Slinger Lady Owls end regular season with a victory over Homestead | By Ron Naab

Slinger, WI – The Slinger High School Lady Owls finished off the regular 2019-2020 girls basketball season with a victory over the Homestead Lady Highlanders. Slinger senior Anna Breuer led the team with 19 points giving the Lady Owls a 48 – 41 victory.   The 14 – 3

Girls basketball showdown at Slinger High School | By Ron Naab

February 11,2020 – Slinger, WI – The girls’ basketball showdown happened at Slinger on Tuesday night.  The two teams tied for first place at Slinger were the Slinger Lady Owls, coached by Tony Dobson and the West Bend West Lady Spartans, coached by Joe Pintens. Both teams came into
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