There are hundreds of pictures of Joe Angel Medina standing with the likes of local leaders, judges, district attorneys, state and U.S. politicians, and even Governor Scott Walker. Joe was very involved in politics and touched hundreds, if not thousands of people lives in a positive way!
Anyone who had the honor of knowing Joe understands that he didn’t pose in those pictures for glamor or recognition. These people were his friends, and they felt honored and grateful to have their picture taken with Joe! Just ask any one of them…
U.S. Marine, Reverend, President of the Wisconsin Latino Veterans Memorial Foundation, and Chair of the Wisconsin Assembly of Conservative… Continue reading
After a couple of seasons of downtown construction, and with a new brand and fresh makeover of the downtown Waukesha business district area, it’s nice to know that #LiveLoveWaukesha is back in full force and effect with its summer events and activities. Please join us.
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Aldermen have a duty to represent and serve the people. If they cannot fulfill that duty they should no longer hold a position in public office.
Joseph Glatzel has decided that enough is enough with what he believes is poor representation of the people in District 11 of downtown Waukesha by current Alderman, Erik Helgestad.
Mr. Glatzel has officially announced his “write-in” candidacy for the April 5th election just two weeks from now. The “Hot Potato Topic” that favors electing a new representative for District 11, is Mr. Helgestad’s failure to oppose any fee increase for special events in the city of Waukesha – despite a public outpouring of… Continue reading
The end to Waukesha’s Friday Night Live is in sight…
Remember the classic 1971 song, “American Pie” by Don McLean. The song is a tribute to the February 3, 1959, plane crash near Clear Lake, Iowa, that claimed the lives of rock and roll musicians Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and J. P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson. The world lost a lot of great musicians and a lot of music that day.
Fast forward to the current day in the city of Waukesha, WI.
The words, “The day, the music…. died,” resonate as I foresee the bleak future for downtown Waukesha if city officials get their way. Every resident and downtown… Continue reading
By Brian Huber, Freeman Staff (12-30-2015 Waukesha Freeman)
WAUKESHA — It’s time to recap as 2015 moves into clearer focus in our collective rear-view mirror.
Local personnel changes and crimes dominated the headlines throughout the year, as can be said for many years. The roots of some stories were planted in years past, like Waukesha’s plan to divert water from Lake Michigan, which the state advanced to other states for their review, or the Slender Man case from 2014, which remains unresolved.
But there were plenty of new stories to fill calendars for this year and into the next, be they in Brookfield with The Corners plan, or rebounding home… Continue reading