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United Way taking nominations for Dane County's best volunteers Video included

United Way of Dane County is looking for nominations for its Community Volunteer Awards. 

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Sister Georgeann, the weather observer at Mount Mary University in Milwaukee Video included

A nun in Milwaukee has been collecting weather data for decades. 

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VACT gears up for ‘Bus Stop’ and debuts new space Video included

The Verona Area Community Theater is excited to present William Inge’s “Bus Stop” as its debut performance in its new facility.

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March of Dimes gears up for March for Babies kick off event Video included

Join March of Dimes in the fight for healthy moms and strong babies at the annual city-wide kick-off to the March for Babies campaign on Wednesday, February 21 at Chick-fil-A in West Towne beginning at 7:00 am.

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Zor Shrine Circus kicks off in Madison Video included

Royal Bengal tigers, aerial trapeze artists, a quick-change transformation and performing elephants - and of course lots of clowns -  are just some of the acts featured as part of the Zor Shrine Circus being held in Madison this weekend.

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Rusty looking for home; DCHS gets ready for Toto's Gala Video included

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Dane County Humane Society is gearing up for their annual event, Toto's Gala.

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8-year-old boy performs Heimlich maneuver to save 7-year-old girl Video included

8-year-old Andrew Ramirez performed the Heimlich maneuver on his 7-year-old classmate who was choking.

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Madison Black Chamber of Commerce hosts inaugural awards dinner Video included

The Madison Black Chamber will salute the Black Business Community for its innovation, leadership and the movers and shakers in Madison.

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WI Dairy News: Dado's FFA Family Video included

Dado's family farm in Amery is committed to their cows and the Wisconsin Association of FFA.

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