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  2. Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Wikipedia

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    The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is a daily morning broadsheet printed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where it is the primary newspaper and also the largest newspaper in the state of Wisconsin, where it is widely read. It was purchased by the Gannett Company in 2016. In early 2003, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel began printing at a new facility in West ...

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

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    Longtime Milwaukee journalist David Behrendt has died at the age of 89. Behrendt, who in recent years lived in the Seattle area, was a member of the Journal Sentinel editorial board from 1995 ...

  4. 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 ...

  5. 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.

  6. To fight segregation in Milwaukee education, activists ... - AOL

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    The Sentinel reported on May 20, 1964, that schools on the city's north side were "back to normal" the day after the boycott. A second MUSIC-led boycott, in October 1965, lasted 3.5 days; Gregory ...

  7. WTMJ-FM - Wikipedia

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    WTMJ-FM. WTMJ-FM was a pioneer commercial FM radio station, owned by the Journal Company, publishers of The Milwaukee Journal, and located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In the late 1940s, it was one of the first FM stations in America and among the most powerful. Although heavily promoted, the station was unprofitable and ceased operations in April ...

  8. What to know about Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office ... - AOL

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    May 3, 2024 at 4:19 PM. Sade Carleena Robinson. The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office said Friday that two dive searches in Lake Michigan to find additional remains of Sade Robinson have been ...

  9. August Palmisano - Wikipedia

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    August Palmisano (1928 – June 30, 1978), also known as Augie, was an American tavern owner. He owned Palmy's Bar, a tavern in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Palmisano was a reputed mobster and suspected informant. He was convicted of running gambling operations in the 1960s. He was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and had his phone ...

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