Preps football photos of the week: Aug. 29

Aug. 29, 2014 10:27 p.m. | Teams were looking to continue winning ways or bounce back after opening-week losses Aug. 28 and 29.

Now Newspapers and Lake Country Publications compiled the best photos shared on social media featuring teams from our coverage area, predominantly in Milwaukee and Waukesha counties.

Here's the best sights and sounds from Week 2.

The social media story of Homestead at Arrowhead football

Aug. 29, 2014 11:20 a.m. | Homestead and Arrowhead met Thursday night after the two were among the state's best football programs in 2013.

Last year Homestead surprised a lot of people by beating Arrowhead early in the season, 13-7.

Homestead lost in a Division 3 Level 3 game to Kimberly, 37-7. Arrowhead won the Division 1 state title over Franklin, 45-24.


Here is what happened in the 2014 matchup.

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Allen leads Homestead football team to 24-20 victory over Arrowhead

Aug. 28, 2014 11:28 p.m. | Excited about it? Yes. The end-all and be-all for the season? Definitely not.

That was the attitude of the Homestead football players and coaches after they went into Taraska Stadium in Hartland Thursday night and, for the second season in a row, beat the two-time defending WIAA state D1 champs from Arrowhead, 24-20.

Everyone was on the same page afterward.

"It was a nice victory over a good team, but it doesn't make our season and we know we have a lot of work to do," said veteran coach Dave Keel.

"The first one felt great last year, it was a dog fight, and this one is a great feeling too," said all-state defensive lineman David Pfaff. "But we need to bring it home to Camp Randall this year (for a state championship). This is a building block to what we need to do to make that happen.

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Bay boys soccer team opens NSC defense with 3-0 win over GT

Aug. 26, 2014 10:29 p.m. | Only when forward Joey Borris headed in midfielder Sean Garwood's perfect diagonal crossing pass into the far left corner of the net at the 79:45 mark of the second half against Germantown Tuesday night did Whitefish Bay boys soccer coach Jeff Worzella take a deep breath.

The goal gave the Blue Dukes a more comfortable 2-0 lead which was extended to 3-0 eight minutes later when the two teammates traded places, this time with Garwood scoring off of Borris' corner kick.

And so with the 3-0 victory, the defending North Shore Conference Blue Dukes opened up defense of their 2013 league championship on a positive note.

"Oh yeah," said Worzella of the importance of the second goal. "In a 1-0 game, amnything can happen, one mistake, one slip, and you're tied, especially against Germantown, which is a great team and which gave us a real battle. It was a physical game, but we were able to survive."

The victory improved the Blue Dukes to 3-0-1 on the season while the Warhawks fell to 1-2.

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Reward offered in search for suspect in Mequon heroin dealing

Aug. 26, 2014 3:15 p.m. | The Ozaukee County Sheriff's Drug Task Force is offering a $500 reward for information that helps authorities identify a man suspected of distributing heroin in Mequon this year.

Photos of the unidentified suspect were distributed Tuesday. To provide information to a Sheriff's tip line, citizens can send a text message to the number, 847411, with the key word OZSO.

The man allegedly provided an undercover officer with 2 grams of heroin on June 12 at a parking lot of a McDonald's restaurant in Mequon, according to a criminal complaint.

Two other male suspects, both of Milwaukee, have been charged in Ozaukee County Circuit Court for their roles in heroin distribution in Mequon during June, according to Sheriff's Lt. Rod Galbraith, supervisor of the drug task force.

Matthew Brown, 29, was charged June 20 with three counts of heroin delivery and two counts of heroin delivery as party to a crime.

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Poll: Will Homestead or Arrowhead win in Week 2 matchup?

Aug. 26, 2014 10:25 a.m. | Week 2 of the preps football season showcases a huge matchup: Homestead at Arrowhead.

Last year Homestead surprised a lot of people by beating Arrowhead early in the season, 13-7.

And both teams were among the state's best in 2013. Homestead lost in a Division 3 Level 3 game to Kimberly, 37-7. Arrowhead won the Division 1 state title over Franklin, 45-24.

Who do you think will win this week? Cast your vote in our poll below and ask your friends who they think will win by sharing on Facebook and Twitter.


Shorewood man accused of voter fraud pleads insanity

Aug. 25, 2014 3:40 p.m. | A Shorewood man facing 13 counts of voter fraud has plead not guilty by reason of insanity.

Robert Monroe, a 50-year-old health insurance executive, is accused of casting two ballots in the April 2011 Supreme Court election between David Prosser and Joann Kloppenburg, two ballots in the August 2011 recall election between Alberta Darling and Sandy Pasch, five ballots in the Gov. Scott Walker recall election in June 2012, one illegal ballot in the August 2012 partisan primary election and two ballots in the 2012 presidential election, according to a criminal complaint.

Monroe will undergo a psychological evaluation on Sept. 16, and court proceedings in the voter fraud case will resume on Oct. 14, according to online court records.

Each of the 13 charges carries a maximum prison sentence of three years and six months, as well as a $10,000 fine. The investigation into Monroe's voting history was conducted in part under the auspices of a John Doe proceedings into Walker's campaign activity, according to the complaint.

Shorewood man charged with illegal voting enters insanity plea

Aug. 25, 2014 12:06 p.m. | A Shorewood man charged with illegally casting multiple votes in various elections, including five in the 2012 Wisconsin gubernatorial recall, has entered an insanity plea.

Robert L. Monroe, 50, will be examined next month by a forensic psychologist after entering a plea of not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect at a hearing on Friday. A report of the evaluation is due to be returned in October.

Monroe was charged in June with 13 counts of illegal voting, accused of casting multiple votes in four elections in 2011 and 2012 using addresses in Shorewood, Milwaukee and Indiana, the names of his son and his girlfriend's son in addition to his own.

The felony counts, which include providing false information to an election official and registering in more than one place, carry a total maximum penalty of up to 19 1/2 years in jail and a fine of $130,000.

Prosecutors in Milwaukee began investigating Monroe in early 2013 after the defendant's son, Benjamin Monroe, who was the initial suspect of the investigation, signaled that his father might have submitted a ballot "on his behalf" in the 2012 recall election.

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Bus driver dies after medical episode

Aug. 25, 2014 10:38 a.m. | Brown Deer — A Milwaukee County Transit bus veered off the road on Friday, Aug. 22, after the 57-year-old bus driver experienced a medical episode.

The accident occurred at 8:11 p.m. near Green Bay Road and Teutonia Avenue in Brown Deer. The driver, Milwaukee resident Robert Dowden, experienced a medical issue, and at some point either during or after the crash, went unconscious. Dowden, who was not breathing and did not have a pulse, was unable to be revived by emergency personnel.

There were four passengers on the bus at the time of the crash, none of whom were injured. The bus, which was found up an embankment and tilted to one side, was towed from the scene by MCTS.

Brown Deer and River Hills police responded to the scene, along with two engines, one truck company, a paramedic unit, a basic life-support ambulance and a battallion chief from North Shore Fire and Rescue.

New option emerges for Estabrook Dam problems

Aug. 24, 2014 11:39 a.m. | Milwaukee County officials are weighing a new option to address the aging Estabrook Dam, which has deteriorated to the point where the state has ordered that the Depression-era structure be repaired or torn down.

Officials are now considering constructing a structure of boulders and large rocks that they say could satisfy concerns of two competing constituencies:

■ It would be engineered to allow fish to have the run of the river by letting them swim over the top.

Environmentalists and angling groups are pushing for fish passage at Estabrook and would like to see the dam removed altogether to complement improvements in the river after removal of the North Ave. dam in 1997 and construction of a fish passage system at Thiensville in 2010.

■ It would also hold back water so motor boats could move over the river from near Hampton Ave. to north of Lincoln Park.

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Whitefish Bay hands Lancers, Kennedy opening-night defeat

Aug. 22, 2014 10:33 p.m. | It was not the type of debut that Brookfield Central coach Jed Kennedy was hoping for Friday night, as Whitefish Bay dominated the Lancers and rolled to a 20-6 victory at Central in the season opener.

“The defense was on the field most of the game,” Kennedy said. “What did they have, 75 offensive plays? We have physical kids up front but they just didn’t play that way.”
An elated Whitefish Bay coach Jim Tietjen had an answer for that.

“I was concerned with all these new rules about our conditioning,” he said. “But I felt our kids were in better shape. We got after them. There were points early in the game I felt when we drove on them, they were tired.

“They got the big guys and the heat takes it toll on them. We’re not very big, but our kids rose to the occasion. We had some questions coming in and we answered them.”

After BC senior linebacker Matt Patterson sacked Bay quarterback Jake Fisher to stop the opening drive, the Blue Dukes stopped Central on a 3-and-out and put together a 10-play, 74-yard drive.

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Preps football photos of the week: Aug. 22

Aug. 22, 2014 10:05 p.m. | As August ends, the Wisconsin preps football season begins.

Games started Thursday and continued through Saturday as programs faced off against Week 1 opponents.

Now Newspapers and Lake Country Publications compiled the best photos shared on social media featuring teams from our coverage area, predominantly in Milwaukee and Waukesha counties.

Here's the best sights and sounds from Week 1.

Whitefish Bay leads state in ACT scores

Aug. 21, 2014 6:01 p.m. | Whitefish Bay — Whitefish Bay High School's ACT scores have once again topped all other public schools in the state.

Whitefish Bay's Class of 2014 earned an average ACT score of 26.7, with 88.5 percent of students taking the test. Last year's senior class not only beat out the rest of the schools in the state, but also beat their predecesors in the Whitefish Bay Class of 2013, which led state public schools with an average ACT score of 26.

Whitefish Bay Superintendent Laura Myrah said the high school's most recent ACT score are in keeping with a long tradition of high test scores in the district.

"To our knowledge, we are the only public school district in Wisconsin that has scored above 25 on the ACT for 16 years in a row," Myrah said. "We attribute that success to our top-notch faculty up through all grade levels, our highly supportive and engaged families, and most obviously to our bright, hard-working students."

Not far behind Whitefish Bay was Homestead High School, where graduated seniors recorded the highest average ACT score in the history of the high school with a score of 26. Homestead ranked third among public schools in the state, tailing behind 26 by students from Williams Bay High School.

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Milwaukee police, U.S. marshals arrest teen in robbery case

Aug. 20, 2014 2:11 p.m. | Milwaukee police and U.S. marshals arrested a 17-year-old armed robbery suspect Wednesday.

Police say the teen, whom they arrested about 10:30 a.m. in a hotel parking lot in the 5400 block of N. Port Washington Road in Glendale, committed the robbery July 28 in the 3700 block of W. National Ave. in Milwaukee.

Police identify Milwaukee man fatally shot in Bayside store

Aug. 15, 2014 5:48 p.m. | The man who was fatally shot at a boutique eyeglasses shop in Bayside was identified Friday as Joshua Drake.

Drake, 22, of Milwaukee, was shot during an attempted robbery at Innovative Optique on W. Brown Deer Road about noon on Thursday, and the investigation continued late into Thursday night, with police questioning two "people of interest" in the case.

Police said during the course of the attempted robbery, shots were exchanged between the attempted armed robber, identified by police as Drake, and an armed employee of the store, Fox Point Acting Police Chief Christopher Freedy said in a news release.

Witnesses and store employees continue to cooperate with investigators, he said.

Drake had a prior conviction for taking part in an armed robbery in 2010.

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Mayoral race gets early start in Glendale

Aug. 15, 2014 4:07 p.m. | Glendale — It may only be August, but two candidates have already thrown their hats into the ring for the mayoral election in April.

The Glendale Clerk's Office has received declarations of candidacy from Fourth District Alderman Dick Wiese and Bryan Kennedy, who serves on the Glendale-River Hills School Board and the village's Fourth of July Committee.

Glendale has not held a mayoral election since former mayor Jerome Tepper resigned in February to be with his family in Virginia. Since Tepper's resignation, Common Council President JoAnn Shaw has served as acting mayor. The council recently decided to have Shaw continue in that role until April, when Tepper's term would have ended.

If no other candidates submit candidacy papers, Wiese and Kennedy will face off in a mayoral election on April 7. If more candidates enter the race, a primary election will have to be held on Feb. 17 to narrow the field down to two candidates, said Glendale Clerk Susanne Hanaman.

Although Wiese and Kennedy have both submitted their declarations of candidacy, they will not be able to start circulating nomination papers until December. Any candidates who want to appear on the spring 2015 ballot must submit their declaration of candidacy and nomination papers by Jan. 6.

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Four suspects arrested in Oak Leaf Trail robbery

Aug. 15, 2014 2:33 p.m. | Shorewood — One man and three boys have been arrested in a robbery that occurred on Oak Leaf Trail on Thursday, Aug. 14.

A 37-year-old Shorewood man was riding his bike on the bike path when he was confronted by the four suspects just south of Capitol Drive. Shorewood police say the group pulled him off his bike, beat him and took his bicycle and backpack. The four were arrested after climbing a fence and walking through a back yard in the 3700 block of Morris Boulevard.

An 18-year-old man was transported to Milwaukee County Jail, and three juveniles — ages 12, 14 and 16 — were referred to Milwaukee County Children's Court. The Shorewood bicyclist received his property back and was not in need of medical attention.

1 man, 3 juveniles arrested in attack on Oak Leaf Trail in Shorewood

Aug. 15, 2014 1:57 p.m. | Shorewood police have arrested one man and three boys in connection with a robbery on the Oak Leaf Trail.

The robbery was reported just before 6 p.m. Thursday on the Oak Leaf Trail, south of Capitol Drive, according to a post on the police department's Facebook page.

A 37-year-old Shorewood man was riding his bike on the path when the robbers confronted him, pulled him off the bike and beat him, police said. The robbers took the man's bicycle and backpack but were arrested after climbing a fence and walking through a backyard on the 3700 block of N. Morris Blvd.

The man, 18, was taken to Milwaukee County Jail, while the three boys, ages 16, 14, and 12, were referred to Milwaukee County Children's Court.

The bicyclist retrieved his bike and backpack and did not need medical attention, police said.

Police question 2 'people of interest' in fatal Bayside shooting

Aug. 14, 2014 11:00 p.m. | Police are questioning two "people of interest" after a man was shot and killed Thursday afternoon at a strip mall in Bayside.

The investigation into the shooting, which police say occurred after an attempted robbery at Innovative Optique on W. Brown Deer Road, continued late into the night.

Authorities have not identified the victim and said late Thursday that they had not taken anyone into custody for the shooting.

Officials entered the store Thursday night after waiting more than six hours for a search warrant to collect evidence and to perform an autopsy.

"With these types of cases, the investigation is going to be ongoing and very time-consuming," said Christopher Freedy, the Fox Point acting police chief.

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Nicolet cancels varsity football season

Aug. 14, 2014 8:39 p.m. | In a stunning development, Nicolet High School has elected to cancel the varsity football season in 2014, citing a lack of numbers within the program. The season was slated to begin with a game against Waukesha South on Aug. 22.

A statement from Nicolet athletics director Kirk Krychowiak was released Thursday and reads as follows:


"Nicolet High School has always considered excellence in athletics to be a key component of the quality education we provide to our students. The success we have achieved in our athletic programs is a direct result of the enthusiasm of our coaches, students and the community.


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Fatal shooting in Bayside eyeglass store

Aug. 14, 2014 4:40 p.m. | Fox Point — One of the men accused of robbing a Bayside optical store last week has been charged in the murder of one of his accomplices, who was shot by a store employee.

Tedric Sanders, 20, of Milwaukee, has been charged with felony murder in the death of 22-year-old Joshua Drake of Milwaukee. Sanders, Drake and three other people were allegedly involved in a deadly armed robbery at Innovative Optique, 333 W. Brown Deer Road, shortly after noon on Thursday, Aug. 14.

According to a criminal complaint, Drake, Sanders and another suspect entered the store wearing masks over their faces, pointing guns at store employees and asking, "Where's the money?" One of the employees, Federico Aguilar, shot at the suspects, killing Drake and injuring Sanders.

While Drake laid motionless on the floor, the other two suspects ran back into the silver Dodge Charger, where a driver and one other person were waiting. The vehicle was then involved in a hit-and-run accident on southbound I-43 before exiting at 11th Street and Highland Avenue to take Sanders to Sinai Samaritan Hospital for gunshot wounds.

If convicted on the felony murder charge, Sanders faces a maximum sentence of 35 years in prison. Felony murder charges can be issued against felony actors or co-actors when someone is murdered during the commission of a felony. Sanders has also been charged with bail jumping related to a recent incident in which Sanders fled from police during a robbery at Tower Optical in Wauwatosa.

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Southbound lanes of I-43 in Glendale reopened after crane crash

Aug. 13, 2014 10:03 p.m. | Two southbound lanes of Interstate 43 at Green Tree Road in Glendale have reopened after a crash closed them down for almost three hours.

Around 5 p.m., a truck with a crane attachment passed under the bridge, and the crane crashed into it, knocking some debris into the roads.

Two southbound lanes were closed by the crash, while the left "high speed" lane of the I-43 remained open through the night.

Bridge inspectors visited the crash site to help clear the roads, which were reopened around 8 p.m. An inspector from We Energies was also on the scene to inspect a gas pipe that was under the bridge but did not notice any leaking.

No injuries or car damage were reported, according to Fran McLaughlin, a spokeswoman for the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office.

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Bublr bike-share coming to Shorewood

Aug. 13, 2014 12:30 p.m. | Shorewood — The Bublr bike-share stations that were introduced to downtown Milwaukee last week will eventually make their way up to Shorewood due to a federal grant approval.

Midwest BikeShare, the nonprofit operator of Bublr Bikes, expects to have 10 bike-sharing stations installed in downtown Milwaukee by the end of the month. The program is expected to offer an additional 25 to 35 stations with 200 to 300 bikes next year, eventually expanding to 100 stations with 1,000 bicycles across Milwaukee, Shorewood, West Allis and Wauwatosa in the next three to four years.

Kevin Hardman, the launch director of Bublr Bikes, said he is introducing the bike share program to other nearby suburbs where residents have expressed interest. Customers will be able to rent bikes from automated kiosks for $7 per day or $20 per month and return the bikes to any station.

"All of the places we've touched on are dense communities, so this offers another easy and convenient transportation choice," he said. "If you look at the north end of Oakland Avenue, for example, where parking is at a premium, bike sharing is wonderful because it gives people a choice that didn't exist before."

Shorewood will be home to nine bike share stations as proposed in a $398,607 federal grant that was recently acquired through the state's Department of Transportation. The federal grant covers 80 percent of the cost of the Shorewood stations, while the remaining 20 percent is borne locally.

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David Bowen carries Democrat's 10th Assembly District primary

Aug. 12, 2014 11:58 p.m. | Milwaukee County Supervisory David Bowen defeated three other Democrats in the 10th Assembly District primary on Tuesday. No Republican is in the race, ensuring a victory for Bowen in November.

Man killed in Mequon car crash

Aug. 12, 2014 11:27 a.m. | Mequon — A 51-year-old Milwaukee man died in a car accident in the 10100 block of Cedarburg Road on Monday, Aug. 11.

The man's vehicle was headed northbound on Cedarburg Road, when at 4:46 p.m., his vehicle crossed the center line and struck a southbound vehicle head-on. The driver of the other vehicle, a 29-year-old Milwaukee woman, was transported to the hospital.

Alcohol does not appear to be a factor in the crash, according to a news release.

Tuesday morning traffic delayed due to I-43 crash

Aug. 12, 2014 10:44 a.m. | Glendale — Early morning commuter traffic was delayed for an hour on southbound Interstate 43 on Tuesday, Aug. 12.

All lanes of I-43 were closed at Good Hope Road, due to a three-car accident that occurred at 6:13 a.m. Fran McLaughlin of the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office said the lanes were closed to allow for a person to be extricated from one of the vehicles. That person complained of leg injuries from being pinned in the vehicle. No other injuries were reported as a result of the crash.

The accident caused traffic delays for more than 3 miles. The scene was cleared and lanes were reopened at 7:25 a.m.

Man robbed after meeting woman on Plenty of Fish dating website

Aug. 12, 2014 9:30 a.m. | A man reported his car, clothing and smartphone were taken by a woman he found on a dating website July 26.

According to the Glendale police report:

A man picked up a woman in Milwaukee after they met online on the Plenty of Fish dating website July 26.

The man took the woman to Bayshore Town Center, where he bought her lingerie items. The two then went to Day's Inn, 5485 N. Port Washington Road, before 7:30 p.m.

As the man was taking a shower, the woman took his car, valued at $21,000, with $4,000 worth of clothing and a $300 Galaxy S3 inside.

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Three killed in Glendale crash

Aug. 11, 2014 11:05 a.m. | Glendale — Three Milwaukee residents were killed in a car accident on Silver Spring Drive near the Glendale-Milwaukee border Friday night.

Davonna Wilson, 47, was driving eastbound on Silver Spring Drive with her 19-year-old daughter Koteeri Riley and her 48-year-old boyfriend James Taddey at 7:44 p.m. when her 1995 Lexus hit a sign, then a tree, before rolling over and coming to a rest on the sidewalk in front of 2455 W. Silver Spring Drive, said Glendale Police Sergeant Larry Slamann.

All three were declared dead at the scene. The vehicle was traveling at a high rate of speed, which was a contributing factor to the crash, Slamann said. Riley's boyfriend told police they were on their way to get pizza.

No other vehicles were involved in the accident. The accident remains under investigation.

Whitefish Bay latest to enact sex offender residency rules

Aug. 07, 2014 4:45 p.m. | Whitefish Bay has become the latest municipality in Milwaukee County to enact an ordinance imposing residency restrictions on registered sex offenders.

River Hills, Shorewood and Hales Corners are contemplating enacting ordinances as well.

If those villages pass ordinances, each community would have some form of residency restrictions for sex offenders.

The recent rush to restrict sex offenders appears to be a reaction to Milwaukee's new ordinance, which severely restricts the placement of registered sex offenders in the city. Mayor Tom Barrett, who with other city officials has said the city has had to house a disproportionate number of sex offenders compared with other municipalities, has called on the state Department of Corrections to come up with a statewide solution.

In River Hills, Village President Robert Brunner said the board would meet in September to discuss a residency restriction ordinance.

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Walmart opens Aug. 13 in Brown Deer

Aug. 05, 2014 3:19 p.m. | Brown Deer — The new Brown Deer Walmart will open on Wednesday, Aug. 13.

Located at the former Lowe's site at 6300 W. Brown Deer Road, the new Walmart store will open after a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony at 7:30 a.m. The grand opening celebration will include the presentation of $6,000 in grants from Walmart to the Brown Deer Police Department, North Shore Fire and Rescue and the Brown Deer School District.

The store, which will employ about 300 full- and part-time associates, will be open seven days a week from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. The store will offer fresh produce and a full line of groceries, including organic and natural selections. The store also features general merchandise, a full-service pharmacy and a one-aisle liquor department at the back of the store.

Walmart will also host a "Big Family Welcome" event from noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 16, offering family activities and free food samples while supplies last. The event will also give residents an opportunity to meet store manager Jason Radliff, who began his Walmart career in 2005 as an assistant manager.

"We are excited to open and bring a convenient shopping option to this area of the North Shore," said Radliff. "We would like to invite residents of the community to the grand opening Aug. 13 and the Big Family Welcome Event on Saturday, Aug. 16."

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Northbound lane of I-43 reopens at Mequon after 9 hours

Aug. 01, 2014 4:06 p.m. | The right lane of northbound Interstate 43 and the on-ramp at Mequon Road have reopened, nine hours after crews responded to a truck fire.

Delays of over three miles were being reported, and the lanes have now opened in time for expected heavy travel to northern Wisconsin this week.

Motorists are not out of the woods, though. The state Department of Transportation is warning of slow travel as cars heading north to the Packers Family Night and other events encounter heavy traffic and some lane closures.

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Concordia's Lake Moon Festival is Aug. 9

Aug. 01, 2014 1:26 p.m. | Mequon — Concordia University Wisconsin is opening up its campus to the community on Saturday, Aug. 9 for a night of food, music and a view of the lake from their restored bluff.

This is the first year of Concordia's Lake Moon Festival, but the university hopes it will become an annual tradition. Lisa Liljegren, Concordia's director of corporate and community relations, said the idea for the festival came about out of a desire to open up the campus to the community.

"Our idea is to get people who have never been here to cross I-43 and visit our campus and our beautiful bluff," Liljegren said. "We just wanted to open our arms wider and bring people here to have a good time."

The event features a 5K race that winds through the Concordia campus, an impressive live music lineup and a variety of other family-friendly activities. Food will be provided from Chuck's Place Family Restaurant in Thiensville.

Those who want to participate in the 5K race should check in between 4 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. The race starts at 6 p.m.

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Community Watch

» Preps football photos of the week: Aug. 29 8/29

» The social media story of Homestead at Arrowhead football 8/29

» Allen leads Homestead football team to 24-20 victory over Arrowhead 8/28

» Bay boys soccer team opens NSC defense with 3-0 win over GT 8/26

» Reward offered in search for suspect in Mequon heroin dealing 8/26

» Poll: Will Homestead or Arrowhead win in Week 2 matchup? 8/26

» Shorewood man accused of voter fraud pleads insanity 8/25

» Shorewood man charged with illegal voting enters insanity plea 8/25

» Bus driver dies after medical episode 8/25

» New option emerges for Estabrook Dam problems 8/24

» Whitefish Bay hands Lancers, Kennedy opening-night defeat 8/22

» Preps football photos of the week: Aug. 22 8/22

» Whitefish Bay leads state in ACT scores 8/21

» Milwaukee police, U.S. marshals arrest teen in robbery case 8/20

» Police identify Milwaukee man fatally shot in Bayside store Updated:  8/15

» Mayoral race gets early start in Glendale 8/15

» Four suspects arrested in Oak Leaf Trail robbery 8/15

» 1 man, 3 juveniles arrested in attack on Oak Leaf Trail in Shorewood 8/15

» Police question 2 'people of interest' in fatal Bayside shooting Updated:  8/14

» Nicolet cancels varsity football season 8/14

» Fatal shooting in Bayside eyeglass store 8/14

» Southbound lanes of I-43 in Glendale reopened after crane crash Updated:  8/13

» Bublr bike-share coming to Shorewood 8/13

» David Bowen carries Democrat's 10th Assembly District primary 8/12

» Man killed in Mequon car crash 8/12

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