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Milwaukee’s Youth Council Distributed CDBG Grants

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By Ana Martinez-Ortiz -  In the early afternoon of Oct. 25, a group of students representing the districts of Milwaukee, gathered at City Hall in the Common Council Chambers. Hailing from different backgrounds and schools, together they made up the Milwaukee’s Youth Council of 2017, and for this particular
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Bay View High School’s First Fusion Fest

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By Ana Martinez-Ortiz - Bay View High School’s first official Fusion Fest this past Monday night began with a series of random occurrences, luck, and chance. Dana Timm, the high school’s engineering teacher, known as Mr. Timm by his students, received an email informing him that the American Physical Society’s
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Lipscomb Service Cuts Will Hurt Area Families Severely

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By Nyesha Stone - wnov Chris Abele County Board Chairman Theo Lipscomb had County leaders identify budget cuts that would total more than $20 million, which would include service cuts, layoffs and worker concessions according to a recent press release. Because of this, County Executive Chris Abele wants the public to know how damaging
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Life with Mental Illness at MATC

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By Mrinal Gokhale -  Pieces_860wnovFor the second year in a row, the play ‘Pieces: In My Own Voice’ was showcased at Milwaukee Area Technical College Downtown (700 W. State St.) as part of Mental Health Awareness Day at the campus. The approximately two hour production took place on
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