Northside kindergartners Dawson Dickson and Joshua Kroll, dressed as clowns, tell the audience jokes between acts during "The Greatest Little Show on Earth" at the Monroe High School Performing Arts Center April 12.
In back from left, Sue Burkhalter, Sandy Cecil, Joe Wheelock, Paul Watkins and Peg Watkins, and in front, Donna Garwell, Anna Rhoe, John Rhoe and Lynne Rhoe are all regular volunteers at the Monroe Area Clothing Closet located at Monroe Church of the Nazarene. The clothing closet has had just over 1,000 visitors and given out more than 10,000 articles of clothing since it opened at the end of March 2017. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
A local nonprofit effort to provide free clothing to residents has seen a successful first year. Tuesday, April 24, 2018
State Sen. Leah Vukmir, R-Wauwatosa, has a history of not backing down amid controversy.
Decades ago she questioned her child's teacher about the research behind certain reading strategies. She stood by Gov. Scott Walker when protestors flooded the Capitol in Madison before the state approved Act 10 in 2011, dramatically restricting collective bargaining for most public employees. Tuesday, April 24, 2018