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If you or your kids were planning on attending this afternoon's tryouts for Cal Ripken Baseball, you will have to wait. Tryouts have been postponed because of weather conditions. No make-up dates were...more>>
Some flew in over the weekend, others will wait until the last possible moment to make their return to “Titletown.” The Green Bay Packers are flying in from every corner of the country t...more>>
The Milwaukee Bucks look to even the series Monday when they take on the Chicago Bulls in game two. The Bulls took game one 103-91 over the weekend. Khris Middleton led the Bucks in scoring in game o...more>>
The struggles continue for the Milwaukee Brewers as they were swept in their weekend series by the Pittsburgh Pirates. Brewers lost Sunday 5-2. With the loss, Milwaukee is now (2-10). As an offense, ...more>>
The Turkey Board is back for another year of exciting photos submitted by our readers. Week one of the season is drawing near its end and following a successful youth hunt we...more>>
The Billings Wolves entered Saturday winless in the IFL. That all changed with the Wolves beating the Blizzards 56-37. After a 3-0 lead for Billings after the first quarter, the Wolves would get thre...more>>
The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers (2-8) allowed 12 runs through the first three innings and could not rebound as they lost 15-4 to the Peoria Chiefs (7-3) Saturday. Offensively, the Timber Rattlers only ...more>>
The Milwaukee Bucks fell to the Chicago Bulls Saturday 103-91. Five Bucks finished in double figures. Khris Middleton led the scoring with 18 points. Chicago was led by Jimmy Butler's 25 points and D...more>>
Kyle Lohse allowed six runs over six innings for his third loss of the season in Milwaukee's 6-2 to the Pirates Saturday. Lohse is now (0-3) to start the season; It is the first time in his 15-year ca...more>>
The Wisconsin Timber Rattlers recorded their first series win of the season with a 5-2 win over the Burlington Bees. Burlington had swept the Timber Rattlers to start the season and this go around the...more>>
Still sitting on two wins, the Milwaukee Brewers are losers of three straight following a 6-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates Friday. Jimmy Nelson started for the Brewers and despite pitching fairly d...more>>
Lee Remmel, a man associated with the Green Bay Packers since the Curly Lambeau era, passed away April 16. He was 90. He had retired Dec. 31, 2007, celebrating a 62-year relationship with the storied...more>>
Jordan Demmin kept her name atop the leaders for Packerland Conference Player of the Year with six strikeout performance against Oconto last night. An Algoma 4-2 win included just one earned run giv...more>>
The Milwaukee Brewers are calling Carlos Gomez's injury a hamstring 'defect' and have placed their leadoff hitter/center fielder on the 15-day disabled list. An official announcement is to come ...more>>
The Milwaukee Bucks finished the regular season (41-41), which is good for the sixth seed in the NBA Playoffs. The Bucks will take on the third seeded Chicago Bulls in round one. In four games this s...more>>
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