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    Senior pictures and railroad tracks not a good match
    As high school seniors plan their senior portraits, Wisconsin railroad officials are urging them to keep the tracks off their list of potential backdrops. The symbolism can be very effective for a reflecting the life of someone looking to move one, with a high school senior sitting on a set of railroad tracks leading out of town. […]
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    Brewers are down, but not out
    The Milwaukee Brewers climbed back to within 3 1/2 games of the Pittsburgh Pirates for the final National League wild card spot by blanking the Pirates 1-0 on Saturday night at PNC Park in Pittsburgh. The Brewers didn’t score the game winner until a sacrifice fly in the top of the 9th. Matt Garza hit Andrew […]
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    Badgers rout Bowling Green
    The 17th ranked Wisconsin Badgers got off to a slow start in the first quarter, turning the ball over twice and allowing a 35-yard touchdown run.  But Wisconsin’s offense picked up the pace after that and the Badgers pulled away for a 68-17 win over Bowling Green at Camp Randall Stadium. The Badgers set program […]
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    Pirates widen the gap over Brewers in Wild Card race
    For the second straight night, the Milwaukee Brewers blew a late 2-0 lead and lost a game they appeared to have in hand.  Last night, the Brewers fell to the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-2 to fall 4 1/2 games behind Pittsburgh in the wild-card race with eight games left to play. When teams are looking to […]
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    Goodell says he’s ready to make changes
    During a news conference in New York on Friday, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell finally spoke publicly about the recent off-field violence issues that have cropped up and apologized for his role in poor decision-making and promised to revamp the leagues personal conduct policies. Goodell said his initial response to the domestic violence case involving Baltimore […]
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