In Wisconsin, female politicians aim to turn the state blue



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A record number of women are running for office this year, with more than 3,300 winning major party nominations for state legislature seats. NewsHour Weekend in the spring asked Republican women in the deep red state of Indiana about their motivation. Now, Zac Schultz of Wisconsin Public Television poses the same question to Democratic nominees there.

Northwest Wisconsin FM Bandscan 1 of 2 – July 14, 2018



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This scan takes me to a new place in my favourite state! These scans were shot near Webster, Wisconsin, about an hour south of Duluth/Superior and 2 hours northeast of the Twin Cities. This particular scan was shot in the evening time, and some different stations came in compared to the morning scan the next day. All COLs with states will be in the descriptions (with the exception of Duluth, Minneapolis and St. Paul (in Minnesota) and Superior (in Wisconsin)).

As for all of my bandscan videos, this is for nonprofit, educational purposes only per fair use policy.

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88.3-(Faintly) WHWC/Menomonie, WI
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88.9-WOJB/Reserve, WI
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89.5-WJRF/Duluth
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89.9-WHSA/Brule, WI
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90.3-KMKL/North Branch, MN
90.5-KDNI/Duluth
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91.3-KUWS/Superior
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91.9-WINH/Hinckley, MN
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92.3-WRLS/Hayward, WI
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92.7-W224DN/Shell Lake, WI (tx for WXNK-AM 940)
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93.3-Either KBLB/Nisswa, MN or WBSZ/Ashland, WI
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93.7-(Faintly) KXXR/Minneapolis
93.9-(Faintly) WTBX/Hibbing, MN
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94.5-KSTP-FM/St. Paul tried to sneak in
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94.9-KQDS/Duluth
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95.3-WGMO/Spooner
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95.7-KDAL-FM/Duluth
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96.1-WJMC-FM/Rice Lake, WI
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96.5-WKLK/Cloquet, MN
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96.9-W245CT/Hayward, WI (tx for WCBN-AM 910)
97.1-KTCZ/Minneapolis
97.3-KDNW/Duluth
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97.7-WAQE-FM/Barron, WI
97.9-Didn’t catch it on this scan, but did get KFNW-FM/Fargo faintly a few hours later.
98.1-(Faintly) WWJO/St. Cloud, MN
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98.5-KTIS-FM/Minneapolis
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98.9-KTCO/Duluth
99.1-WKFX/Rice Lake, WI
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100.5-WSCN/Cloquet, MN
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101.1-WHSM-FM/Hayward, WI
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101.5-(Faintly) KFGI/Crosby, MN
101.7-KLDJ/Duluth
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102.5-KDKE/Superior
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102.9-(Faintly) KMNB/Minneapolis
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103.3-KUMD/Duluth
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103.7-(Faintly) KKBJ/Bemidji, MN
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104.1-KZJK/St. Louis Park, MN
104.3-KZIO/Two Harbors, MN
104.5-(Faintly) WAXX/Eau Claire, WI
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104.9-WLMX/Balsam Lake, WI
105.1-KKCB/Duluth
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105.7-WXCX/Siren, WI
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106.3-WPLT/Sarona, WI
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106.7-WATQ/Chetek, WI
106.9-(Faintly) Cross between KROC-FM/Rochester, MN and WMOZ/Moose Creek, WI
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107.3-(Faintly) WNXR/Iron River, WI
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107.7-KBMX/Proctor, MN
107.9-KQQL/Anoka, MN

oneida intertrible singers milwaukee wisconsin



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auntie mamie on the left.and auntie kim is on the rigth. uncle jim copper is in the back may 13 1993. everyone enjoyed there voices together they were proud to sing with each other. and had fun doing it together.some time later your cousin mandy joyed auntie mamie and auntie kim and sing at copper house.they try to bring the walls down .as many 8 to 10 singer. just kiding

President Reagan’s Campaign Trips to Iowa and Wisconsin on November 3, 1984



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Full Title: Trip to Iowa. President Reagan’s Remarks to Press at John Wayne’s Boy Hood Home in Winterset, Iowa, (White Huey Helicopter) on November 3, 1984, Departure from Madison County Airport in Des Moines, Iowa, Arrival at Airport, President Reagan Meeting Nancy Reagan and gives her Flowers in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, President Reagan and Nancy Reagan Tour Christmas Bazaar. Wesley Park Senior Center on November 3, 1984, President Reagan’s Remarks at Dinner at Wesley Park Senior Center, November 3, 1984, Cuts of Reagan-Bush Rally. Saba Serbian Orthodox Catholic Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on November 3, 1984

Creator(s): President (1981-1989 : Reagan). White House Television Office. 1/20/1981-1/20/1989 (Most Recent)
Series: Video Recordings, 1/20/1981 – 1/20/1989
Collection: Records of the White House Television Office (WHTV) (Reagan Administration), 1/20/1981 – 1/20/1989

Transcript:

Production Date: 11/3/1984

Access Restriction(s):Unrestricted
Use Restriction(s):Unrestricted

Contact(s): Ronald Reagan Library (LP-RR), 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley, CA 93065-0600
Phone: 800-410-8354, Fax: 805-577-4074, Email: [email protected]

National Archives Identifier:5730544

oakfield tornado 4square.wmv



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The 1996 Oakfield Tornado is the name of an F5 tornado which destroyed Oakfield, Wisconsin on July 18, 1996.
In addition, strong thunderstorms brought heavy rains, lightning, and gusty winds to that region of Fond du Lac County.
All of these elements resulted from the passage of a cold front.

The violent tornado developed outside of town and moved southeastward across Wisconsin taking direct aim at Oakfield.
At 7:15 p.m. the large tornado struck the 1,012 person town, injuring 17 people but killing none.
Damage estimates totaled over $40 million as 47 of 327 homes were destroyed.
Also 56 homes as well as numerous businesses and churches suffered heavy damage.
A state of emergency was declared by Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson allowing National Guard soldiers to be called
in to aid victims and clear debris.

The tornado was strong enough to level the Friday Canning Company, while throwing up millions of empty cans and leaving
them sprawled over a 50 mile (80 km) radius. Besides structural damage to buildings the tornado was very costly to farmers;
Crops, livestock, and farm equipment were also gone.

The original National Weather Service report from Milwaukee/Sullivan categorized the tornado to be an F3 to F4 tornado on
the Fujita scale. It was later upgraded to an F5, the most severe tornado possible. It would be the only F5 tornado to hit
the United States that year.
The tornado width when it reached its maximum strength was about 100 yards (92m) wide, making it one of the narrowest F5’s on record.
The tornado was documented by at least three experienced storm chasers.

There were eleven other tornadoes in Wisconsin from this storm complex, with one death at Marytown, Wisconsin.

Alto Ashford Auburn Brandon Byron Calumet Campbellsport Eden Eden Eldorado Empire Fairwater Fond du Lac doppler
Fond du Lac Forest Friendship Kewaskum Lamartine Marshfield Metomen Mount Calvary North Fond du Lac doppler radar
Oakfield Oakfield Osceola Ripon Ripon Rosendale Rosendale Springvale St. Cloud Taycheedah weather radar
Calumetville Dundee Garnet Johnsburg Malone Marytown New Fane Peebles Pipe St. Joe Taycheedah Van Dyne warning
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Horicon National Wildlife Refuge Winnebago County Calumet County Appleton Brillion Chilton Kiel Menasha
New Holstein Hilbert Potter Sherwood Stockbridge Brillion Brothertown Charlestown Chilton Harrison New Holstein
Rantoul Stockbridge Woodville Brant Brothertown Calumetville Charlesburg Darboy Dundas Forest Junction Hayton
Jericho Kloten St. Anna St. John Sheboygan County Washington County Dodge County Green Lake County

Bishop Darrell McFadden & The Disciples Shackles In Milwaukee Wisconsin 2017



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November 12th 2017 Toy Concert
Lead Vocals- Darrell McFadden
Background Vocals/ 2Nd Lead Vocals- Spanky Williams
Background Vocals- Sophomore & James
Musicians: Keyboards- Curtis Hayes
Bass Guitar- Bamps
Lead Guitar- Big Tye
Drums- Tron
Organ- Honorary Member Malcolm Ramsey (The God Brother Of Both Tron & Sophomore) & God Son Of Big Mike Of The Legendary Supreme Angels..

Philip G. Sneen of Elk Mound Wisconsin Obituary Father, Farmer & Friend



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Philip G. Sneen, 90, of 3504 Hoover Ave., Altoona, beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather peacefully went to our Lord on Wednesday, April 21, 2004 at Sacred Heart Hospital with his family by his side.

Philip was born October 31, 1913 and celebrated his 90th birthday in October, 2003. He was preceded in death by parents Joe and Betsy (Berg) Sneen; a brother, Adrain; sisters Evelyn Miller and Florence Sneen. He is survived by his loving wife Sylvia of 69 years, and daughters Carol (Phil) Stokes, Marlys Moholt and Sharon (Tom) Morse; 11 grandchildren, Michael, Mark, David, Eric, Melissa, Amy, Jeffrey, Jennifer, Andrew, Tina, and Betsy Jo and 15 great-grandchildren, sister Gladys Miller and brother Donald (Jean) Sneen. He is also survived by nieces, nephews, cousins and numerous friends.

Philip and Sylvia were married July 14, 1934. They farmed near Elk Mound for 55 years and were dedicated members of Spring Brook Lutheran and Shepherd of the Hill Lutheran Churches. Philip took great pleasure in his children and grandchildren, led a Christ-centered life and set a Godly example for all. His devotion to his wife, family and friends will never be forgotten. His memory will be cherished by all who knew him.

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Monday, April 26, 2004 at Shepherd of the Hill Lutheran Church in Elk Mound with the Rev. Dean Brockmeier officiating. Visitation will be Sunday from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Fuller-Speckien Funeral Home in Eau Claire and one hour prior to the time of services at the church. Interment will be held at Spring Brook Cemetery. Fuller-Speckien Funeral Home is assisting the family with arrangements. Sign the guest book online at htp://www.fullerspeckien.com.