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Several community groups are collecting donations for 75 refugees expected to relocate in Appleton this year from Congo, Iraq and Myanmar.
The races for Wisconsin secretary of state and state treasurer, which have been stripped of most of their power in recent years, have gathered widespread interest despite renewed efforts by lawmakers who want to eliminate the positions entirely.
For the first time since his now famous instrument was stolen, Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra concertmaster Frank Almond plans to take the stage with the valuable Stradivarius violin.
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The Wisconsin state treasurer position would be eliminated under a constitutional amendment that's headed for a vote in the state Assembly on Tuesday.
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