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Hey, Menomonee Falls! It’s Friday, so let’s get you started with everything you need to know going on today in Menomonee Falls.


First, today’s weather:

Plenty of sunshine. High: 21 Low: 14.

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Here are the top stories in Menomonee Falls today:

  1. The Wisconsin State Assembly honored Waukesha parade victims with a resolution recognizing Nov. 21. The resolution mentioned the names of victims who lost their lives. (Waukesha Patch)
  2. Menomonee Falls police are looking for a man they said is connected to a credit card theft from a Planet Fitness. The man took credit cards from a locker at the gym on Appleton Avenue and tried to use them at nearby retailers, police said. (FOX 6 Milwaukee)
  3. See high school prep sports in the Menomonee Falls area. Patch is keeping track of boys and girls varsity basketball games near you this weekend. (Menomonee Falls Patch)

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Today in Menomonee Falls:

  • Rally for Wisconsin Fair Maps (12:00 PM)

From my notebook:

  • Ben Franklin Elementary: “Kindergarten is enjoying an interactive virtual author visit by Bob Shea. How fun!!!” (Facebook)
  • Hamilton School District: “Hamilton Band, Robotics host “An Evening with John McGivern”. Hamilton High School Charger Band and Charger Robotics invites the community to “An Evening with John McGivern” April 1 at 7 p.m. in the Hamilton Fine Arts Center (HFAC). Milw…” (Facebook)
  • Ben Franklin Elementary: “These first grade authors and illustrators are attending a LIVE meet with the author of the new book, Chez Bob. ?” (Facebook)
  • Northwest Now: “Milwaukee-area animal shelters sees an overwhelming response of donations for the Betty White Challenge, exceeding $136,000 in total.” (Facebook)

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Ethan Duran

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