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  2. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Wikipedia

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    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Front page of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Type Daily newspaper Format Broadsheet Owner(s) Gannett Publisher Andy Fisher Founded 1837 (Sentinel) 1882 (Journal) 1995 (Journal Sentinel) Circulation 48,158 Daily 75,061 Sunday (as of Q3 2022) ISSN 1082-8850 OCLC number 55506548 Website jsonline.com Milwaukee Journal Sentinel building The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is a ...

  3. David Behrendt dies at 89. He was The Milwaukee Journal's ...

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    Behrendt was The Milwaukee Journal's editorial page editor from 1984 to 1995. He joined the Journal as a reporter in 1960 after working as a reporter for the Decatur (Illinois) Review.

  4. Milwaukee Fourteen - Wikipedia

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    The Milwaukee Fourteen were fourteen peace activists who burned Selective Service records to protest the Vietnam War. On 24 September 1968, they entered Milwaukee's Brumder Building, site of nine Wisconsin draft boards, gathered up about 10,000 files, carried them to an open public space, and set them on fire with homemade napalm.

  5. 1993 Milwaukee cryptosporidiosis outbreak - Wikipedia

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    1993 Milwaukee cryptosporidiosis outbreak. The 1993 Milwaukee cryptosporidiosis outbreak was a significant distribution of the Cryptosporidium protozoan in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and the largest waterborne disease outbreak in documented United States history. It is suspected that The Howard Avenue Water Purification Plant, one of two water ...

  6. For more than a century, Milwaukee marked Memorial Day ... - AOL

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    Milwaukee Journal photos from the 1930s to the '50s show parade-watchers lining Wisconsin Avenue four deep along much of the route, watching as 50 units or more marched down the avenue. In 1930 ...

  7. A crash and the end of the line for Milwaukee's rapid ... - AOL

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    At the time of the crash, Speedrail's daily ridership was 5,000 to 9,000 people; about six months later, according to Journal and Milwaukee Sentinel reports, it was down to 3,500 to 5,000.

  8. Calvary Cemetery (Milwaukee) - Wikipedia

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    Calvary Cemetery is the oldest existing Catholic cemetery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Owned by the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, it is the final resting place for many of the city's early influential figures. The cemetery was designated a Milwaukee Landmark in 1981. With 75 acres (30 ha) and approximately 80,000 interments, the Victorian landscape ...

  9. Milwaukee, state leaders mourn death of Marquette President ...

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    Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson called Lovell, Marquette's president since 2014, "a great community partner." “His faith was deep, and his commitment to service went beyond the boundaries of ...

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