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Weekly entertainment calendar
South Milwaukee PAC:Cashore Marionettes "Simple Gifts & Life in Motion," 2 and 7:30. Waukesha Expo Center:Racing Memorabilia & Model Car Swap Meet, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. April 10, 1000 Northview Road, Waukesha, (414) 651-1980. West Allis Public Library.
Arrowhead, Milwaukee Hamilton advance in tourney
March 12, 2010 | The Arrowhead boys basketball team easily defeated Waukesha West tonight, while Milwaukee Hamilton pulled out a narrow victory over Brookfield Central in two key. parts of southeastern Wisconsin. In Milwaukee, 90 salt trucks.
Home and Garden Calendar
and a formal garden. 2220 N. Terrace Ave. (414) 271-3656; www.cavtmuseums.org. Wisconsin State Fair Park: Milwaukee/NARI Home Improvement Show, 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Feb. 7-9; 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Feb. 10. Wisconsin Exposition Center, 640 S. 84th St., West Allis.
Weekly entertainment calendar
American Legion Post 449:Big Band Dance with music by One More Time. Waukesha Expo Center:Racing Memorabilia & Model Car Swap Meet, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. April 10, 1000 Northview Road, Waukesha, (414) 651-1980. West Allis Public Library: Book Sale, 10 a.m.
West Allis native chosen to lead U.S. Speedskating
He assumes a key leadership role at a difficult time. fallen snow across roads and sidewalks in south central and parts of southeastern Wisconsin. In Milwaukee, 90 salt trucks hit the streets Monday night and are expected to be out until.
Weekly entertainment calendar
Villard Square Library:"History of Jazz in America" program, 5:30 p.m. Feb. 17, 5190 N. 35th St. Waukesha County Exposition Center: Wisconsin Expo Market Collectibles and Flea. Wisconsin State Fair Park: Milwaukee/NARI Spring Home Improvement Show.
West Allis looks to lighten up heavy sites
West Allis was built as a home for heavy industry — the city's name is linked to Allis-Chalmers Corp., a farm and construction. Monday urged those involved to stop radio and television advertising on the issue and also implied they should refrain.
Business in Wisconsin
Nonprofit Wisconsin Better Business Bureau relocated to 10019 W. Greenfield Ave., West Allis. Anchor Moving Systems, Menomonee Falls, handled the move. Real estate Cassidy Turley Barry brokered the sale of an industrial property at 3550 W. Elm St. to Pat.
REVIEWS
BASS FISHING..FROM NORTH TO SOUTH-INTRODUCTION
I would like to introduce my self, explaining who I am, what I am not. My name is Bob Szymakowski, judging from my last name you should be able to tell that I am not Southern, born and bred. I am from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and moved to North Carolina about 20 years ago. In Wisconsin i fished for walleye and used the Lake Michigan shoreline as my 'backyard'. In the 80's I fished from shore in Milwaukee three times a day. In the morning before work, the afternoon in a white shirt and tie from the Milwaukee pier and in the evening after work. I caught and ate so much salmon that even today i just cannot eat any, too much of a good thing, I guess. I was a member of the Great Lakes Sport Fisherman Society and wrote a monthly article for the news letter which was titled "THE SHORE LINE". The focus of the column was to present technigues that worked from shore to catch 'kings', 'lakers' and browns. It ran for six months until I made the move to North Carolina and what a move it was. I arrived from Milwaukee equiped with the best spinning tackle, I thought, which, again back to the thought, would work in 'bass country'. After all, you had to be quite and secretive to catch these 'shadow fish'. I was so wrong. But lets go to 'who I am not". I am NOT A PROFESSION BASS FISHERMAN. Never have been, nor want to be. It is just too hard . Alright maybe if I wasnt fifty five years old, didnt have a house and a mortgage, two dogs and a cat that need attention and a whole bunch of bunch of common sense, I might venture out. But that wont happen. So 'who am I', you have every right to ask. I was, am, still, very lucky. After moving to North Carolina

Central Bark Doggy Day Care
A day care center for dogs. Photos, rates, and hour information. Locations in Milwaukee and Waukesha.

West Allis, Wisconsin Root River Flooding
Site contains information about the MMSD, City of West Allis, and Parsons Engineering project to reduce the threat of flooding of the Root River and historical information about flood events.